Bigger is better
For Tori Spelling, bigger is better. The former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star revealed that she's going to get her breast implants redone, and she plans to go bigger. Because she has silicone implants, the actress knew she'd eventually have to replace them to stave off potential medical issues. "I got them when I was really young. And I didn't know that at a certain point they would have an expiration. I didn't know that you would have to do it again," the reality star star told E! News. "It really hit home for me when my daughter came to me and she's like, 'Mom, I'm concerned. You have put this off. You told me for years now that you need to get your boobs redone.'" Surgery is reportedly set for Feb. 27. Tori previously said on Jeff Lewis's podcast that she's going to get bigger implants than the ones she currently has.
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The late "Crocodile Hunter" star Steve Irwin's son, Robert Irwin, was nearly attacked by a crocodile during a feeding session at the Australian Zoo, and it was all caught on camera. In an Instagram video shared on Feb. 5, Robert detailed how the croc named Casper had recently moved enclosures because he was being eyed to be the star of the midday "Crocoseum" show. However, they needed to give the croc a bit of an audition to see how he was faring in his new environment. In the video, Robert, with food in hand, walks around the water that Casper is hanging out in. The 18-year-old said he was hoping for a "big" reaction, which would mean Casper was ready. Robert, though, got more than he bargained for, as he nearly ended up on the menu. The croc came out of the water and instead of going after the food Robert threw at him, the animal began lunging at Robert, who began shouting "bail, bail, bail." The team at the zoo safely got Robert out of harm's way. Robert said it was "one of the most intense" crocodile feeds he's ever done.
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Cause of death revealed
Bob Saget died of blunt head trauma, authorities revealed a month after his death in an Orlando, Florida, hotel room at 65. On Feb. 9, the late "Full House" star's family said in a statement, "The authorities have determined that Bob passed from head trauma. They have concluded that he accidentally hit the back of his head on something, thought nothing of it and went to sleep. No drugs or alcohol were involved." The medical examiner said in a statement, "His injuries were most likely incurred from an unwitnessed fall." The death has been ruled an accident, and the M.E. confirmed, "A toxicology analysis did not reveal any illicit drugs or toxins." TMZ, citing sources with "direct knowledge" of the autopsy, reported that the comedian died of a "brain bleed" and had "an obvious bruise" on the back of his head. The medical examiner's report further detailed fractures to his skull and bones in his face — and revealed Bob was positive for COVID-19 when he died.
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Alec Baldwin is back on the grind. Entertainment Weekly reported that the actor recently traveled to England, where he's starting production on a new project — his first since his involvement in the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins on the set of "Rust." Alec himself later took to Instagram to confirm he's working on the U.K. set of an independent feature called "97 Minutes." He called it "tricky," adding, "It's strange to go back to work." Production on the Western "Rust" has been suspended since October when the prop weapon Alec believed contained no live rounds discharged, killing the movie's cinematographer, Halyna, and wounding its director, Joel Souza. It's very likely that production will never resume.
Kimberly Stewart — the daughter of music star Rod Stewart and model-actress Alana Stewart — is getting hitched. The model-actress announced her engagement to "Room" and "The Broken Hearts Gallery" film producer Jesse Shapira on Instagram on Feb. 6 with a photo of them kissing as she showed off her beautiful Anita Ko diamond ring. "Forever," Kim — who shares a daughter, Delilah, with actor ex Benicio del Toro — captioned the sweet snapshot.
It hasn't exactly been a secret that "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Jennifer Aydin's husband once cheated on her, but she's now detailed specifics of his infidelity. On the Feb. 8 episode of "RHONJ," Jennifer explained how she found out just one day before giving birth. "I was pregnant. We had just moved to Jersey. It was my fourth kid," she told co-stars Teresa Giudice and Dolores Catania, as reported by Page Six. "[Bill] was not around, he was working a lot and he was really feeling himself for a bit. He was making money." She learned about his affair with a pharmaceutical rep after discovering a credit card receipt. "They went to a club, VIP, it was like bottle service. That was my first red flag and then I saw a text message in his phone and I confronted him with it, and he admitted it," she said, adding that she felt vulnerable because she was a "stay-at-home mom" with "no income" of her own at the time. "I was like, 'OK, do you want a divorce?' He was like, 'No.' I was like, 'Do you love her?' He said, 'No!' I said, 'Is it over?' He said, 'It's been over.'" Jennifer said she "got angry" and "threw things" at Bill while confronting him and "literally the next day I had [our son] Christian. Once the baby came and we were having our moments, I was just like, 'I want to make it work if he wants to make it work.'" The duo never spoken about it again, she said.