Scarlett Johansson, Colin Jost spotted making out after 'SNL'
New couple alert? After she played Ivanka Trump on "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, Scarlett Johansson reportedly got super cozy with "SNL" star Colin Jost at the show's afterparty at the ice rink at Rockefeller Center. "Scarlett and Colin were making out at the bar at the 'SNL' season finale party at 30 Rock," a partygoer dished to the New York Post. "They would make out a bit, then go back to talking. They were at the bar in front of everyone," the insider noted. A second source also saw things heat up between the two and told the tab, "Scarlett and Colin were flirting and canoodling in full view of everyone at the afterparty, including the 'SNL' cast and crew," adding the the two were "laughing and seemed to really hit it off." Though Scarlett recently admitted her celebrity crushes include Gordon Ramsay and Anthony Bourdain, the soon-to-be-divorced actress said dating isn't a priority for her these days because she has "a young daughter" and is "more concerned" about her role as a mom. ScarJo and her ex, Romain Dauriac, have reportedly been duking out the terms of their daughter's custody amid their divorce.
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Pamela Anderson debuts dramatic makeunder
Lookin' good, girl! Pamela Anderson unveiled a dramatic makeunder at the Cannes Film Festival over the weekend when she hit the red carpet for the premiere of "120 Beats Per Minute." With her barely-there makeup, slicked-back hair, old-school glam blonde waves and elegant, floor-length Vivienne Westwood dress, the 49-year-old looked nothing like her '90s "Baywatch"-era self. "I know it sounds like a cliché, but happiness has a lot to do with beauty," she told W magazine last year. "Calm, peacefulness and not-constant stress are very, very important to feeling beautiful and confident. And that comes across whether you're wearing makeup or not."
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Ruby Rose admits 'being mean doesn't suit me' after Katy Perry dis
Ruby Rose is backpeddling on the digs she took at Katy Perry last week in response to Katy's new single, "Swish Swish." Rumored to be a diss track about Katy's nemesis Taylor Swift, Ruby tweeted that the song was a "sloppy mess of writing" and chastised Katy for "rebranding" herself "as a political activist only to ditch it and go low." Over the weekend, she apparently had a change of heart. "Being mean doesn't suit me and leaves me feeling dirty," Ruby tweeted. "Truth is being mean leaves more leaks in your camp than the titanic and I .. Get so triggered when I think bullies don't get held accountable and it makes me think I should say something.. but it's not place. I have always believed strongly that Karma exists and the truth always surfaces however I'm not god and I can't decide when or how that is. Clearly comes from being bullied in school & wanting to stick up for the underdogs. However I shouldn't stoop because then the msg is mixed."
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Duchess Kate marks children's hospice week with PSA about EACH
As the patron of East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH), Duchess Kate has worked to raise the profile of the organization, which offers bereavement services and various forms of therapy to families with children in hospice care. On Monday, May 22, Kate marked the start of Children's Hospice Week in the UK by releasing a PSA honoring the work EACH does. "For any parent, being told that your child may have a life limiting condition or may die young will be one of the most difficult and isolating experiences you can face," Kate says in the video (via E! News). "Having someone to help you come to terms with this news, and the professional care and support that comes with this, can make an enormous difference. It can help families make the most of every precious moment they have together." She continues: "As patron of EACH, I have seen the incredible difference that children's hospice and palliative care services can make for children, young people and their families. Across the U.K., more than 49,000 children and young people have life limiting conditions. For these families, having expert care and support is vital, and this is what children's hospices provide. They deliver first class care in a safe environment that feels as close to home as possible, full of color, warmth, love and support." Before signing off, Kate adds: "Today, as we mark the beginning of Children's Hospice Week, I hope you will join me in shining a light on the dedicated and inspirational staff and volunteers and the lifeline services they provide for children and their families. The work they do is extraordinary, and it really does make a world of difference."
Aisha Tyler shades Kanye West
The many faces of Yeezus? From Aisha Tyler's perspective, Kanye West isn't the same person in 2017 that he was when she appeared in a music video for "Slow Jamz" with him in 2004. A fan asked her about the video during New York Magazine's Vulture Festival panel on Saturday, May 20 and she minced no words in sharing her opinion about the rapper. "I just want to be very specific, I knew that Kanye. This Kanye and that Kanye, they are two different people. In fact, I think there have been several different Kanyes between," she said, according to the New York Post. In the video, Aisha and Kanye are dancing together at a party when Aisha tells Kanye to "do it faster." "In a very rare, fleeting moment of self-deprecation," Aisha explained, "Kanye says, 'I can't do it faster, but I know someone who can' and then we both look into the camera in a brilliant breaking of the fourth wall and it's last time in his life that Kanye's ever been ironic." When another panelist suggested, "It was Kanye that invented the fourth wall," Aisha agreed. "He did," she said. "That and men wearing skirts and also self-hate." Ouch.
Michael B. Jordan's house burglarized
2017's getting rough on celebs in the break-in department. Less than a week after TMZ reported Amber Rose and A$AP Rocky's homes were broken into, Michael B. Jordan's San Fernando Valley house was burglarized, according to the website. The suspect reportedly split with cash and jewelry, although a list of the items taken has yet to be released. TMZ notes other stars who've been the target of burglaries in the past few months include Alanis Morissette, Emmy Rossum, Nicki Minaj, Jamie Pressly and Scott Disick.
Jessica Simpson is done making babies
"I'm not pregnant on your show!" That's how a glowing Jessica Simpson kicked off her visit with Ellen DeGeneres this week — with a joking reference to the fact that in previous appearances on "Ellen," Jessica and her husband Eric Johnson were expecting their kids Maxwell, now 5, and Ace, now 3. Those days are over, the singer-turned-designer assured Ellen. "We got an IUD, nothing is going to get into that uterus," she quipped (via Us Weekly). "I have two beautiful children and I'm not having a third. They're too cute! You can't top that."
Abby Lee Miller's studio is up for rent
With "Dance Moms" star and convicted bankruptcy fraudster Abby Lee Miller getting ready to start her prison sentence, the studio she used to teach in is now available for rent. Radar reports a real estate agent confirmed the 8,692-square-foot space on Santa Monica Boulevard is listed at $3.50 per square foot, or $30,422.
Chris Cornell's funeral scheduled for Friday in Los Angeles
Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell will be laid to rest Friday, May 26, at a private funeral in Los Angeles, according to Variety. The late singer, whose death on May 17 was ruled a suicide, will be buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Public memorials will likely be announced at a later date, although musicians including U2, Metallica's Robert Trujillo and Ryan Adams honored Chris during their shows over the weekend. "For the lion that was Chris Cornell," Bono said, "we send a prayer to his lioness." The band then dedicated "Running To Stand Still" to Chris and his family.
Billy Bush addresses leaked Donald Trump tape
If he could go back in time, Billy Bush probably wouldn't have allowed Donald Trump to continue his now infamous "grab 'em by the p—-" comments when the two were on a live mic'd bus together in 2005. "I will admit the irony is glaring. [Trump] has his process for his participation [in the tape], and I have mine. I had to turn this into a positive," he said in a recent interview with the Hollywood Reporter. "Looking back on what was said on that bus, I wish I had changed the topic. I wish I had said: 'Does anyone want water?' or 'It looks like it's gonna rain. [Trump] liked TV and competition. I could've said, 'Can you believe the ratings on whatever?' I didn't have the strength of character to do it." As for the president's dismissal of the whole thing as "locker room talk," Billy said he didn't think the words the president used qualified as something other men might say behind closed doors. "I'm in a lot of locker rooms, I am an athlete, and no, that is not the type of conversation that goes on or that I've participated in," he asserted. The former "Today" host also said he doesn't think he'd interview the Donald again. "It would be a spectacle," he said. "In television, we love a spectacle, but I've come too far and learned too much. There are others that I'd rather interview, like Emmanuel Macron of France."