Dirty little secret
Kenny G is letting you in on the dirty little behind his trademark hair: He rarely washes it. The legendary saxophonist told Page Six at the premiere of his documentary "Listening to Kenny G" on Nov. 10 that he washes his hair just once every three weeks. "It doesn't get dirty," he said. "I'm a clean guy." When washing day comes, he doesn't use pricey products. Instead, he uses a drugstore brand Pantene's shampoo and conditioner and MOP defining cream. "Unfortunately, I don't have any endorsements," he said. "So I don't gain anything by using them, other than they're the right thing." For those doing the math, he washes his hair about 17 times a year!
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On the mend
Tayshia Adams is beginning to feel normal again after a brief hospitalization. Earlier in the week, the "The Bachelorette" alum worried her fans after she posted a photo from the hospital. The image was somewhat worrisome given that her health issue seemed to happen after running the New York City Marathon. She's now apologizing for "scaring" her fans but is also making it clear the marathon had nothing to do with her situation. In an Instagram video posted on Nov. 13, Tayshia explained that she'd been having intermittent stomach pain for a few days, but "nothing substantial." On Nov. 11, she sought treatment after not being able to sit up due to the pain. At the hospital, doctors determined she had "a really bad kidney infection." "It's getting better, [there's] a tad bit of pain, but [it] just feels not right quite yet," she said in the video posted to her Instagram Story. "But this morning, thankfully, I'm on the up and up." She said her lack of water intake was a culprit in her health scare. "I do not drink water, like, at all," she said. "And it's really bad, especially after a marathon, so that maybe could've been the effect that it may have had on this whole thing. But other than that, it's really just me."
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One exception to freedom…
Britney Spears is tasting freedom for the first time in nearly 14 years. Now, she can do what she wants — with one exception: The pop star is still forbidden from reconnecting with notorious former manager Sam Lufti. TMZ pointed out that a five-year restraining order that was signed by a judge in 2019 remains intact. The court order keeps Sam away from Britney and her family. Britney's parents consistently made unsavory allegations against Sam in Britney's pre-conservatorship life. In fact, the 2019 restraining order was actually the second one Jamie and Lynne Spears got against him; they did the same thing in 2008. Whether Britney even wants to reconnect with Sam isn't known. For what it's worth, after a judge officially terminated Britney's conservatorship on Nov. 12, Sam posted a message to social media that said, "Britney is a free woman."
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More of Duchess Meghan's thoughts about her father — and her father-in-law — have been revealed. As part of a lawsuit she filed against Associated Newspapers Limited, which owns the Daily Mail — the newspaper that published a private letter Meghan wrote to her father following her 2018 — several of her text and email exchanges with Jason Knauf, her former communications chief at Kensington Palace, have been released as Jason attempts to help the publisher in its appeal against a ruling that favored the Duchess of Sussex. In some of the messages, Meghan discussed the letter she was writing to father Thomas Markle Sr. during the time period he was criticizing the royal family and Meghan in multiple media interviews he gave after pulling out of her wedding. "The catalyst for my doing this is seeing how much pain this is causing H," Meghan said in an August 2018 text, using her pet name for Prince Harry. "Even after a week with his dad [Prince Charles] and endlessly explaining the situation, his family seem to forget the context — and revert to 'can't she just go and see him and make this stop?'" In the messages, portions of which were published by People magazine, she continued, "They fundamentally don't understand so at least by writing H will be able to say to his family… 'She wrote him a letter and he is still doing it.' By taking this form of action I protect my husband from this constant berating, and while unlikely perhaps it will give my father a moment to pause.'" She explained to Jason, who was weighing in and offering advice on how the letter should read, "Obviously everything I have drafted is with the understanding that it could be leaked so I have been meticulous in my word choice… Given I've only ever called him daddy it makes sense to open as such (despite him being less than paternal), and in the unfortunate event that it leaked it would pull at the heartstrings."
Taylor Lautner has found the one. On Nov. 13, the "Twilight" franchise star announced on Instagram that he and girlfriend Tay Dome are engaged. "11.11.2021," he captioned two beautiful images from the proposal. "And just like that, all of my wishes came true." The images showed Taylor in a suit as he got down on one knee surrounded by candles and flowers. A neon sign was illuminated above a fireplace with his last name. Tay shared the images of the proposal on social media too, writing, "my absolute best friend I CANNOT WAIT TO SPEND FOREVER WITH YOU." Taylor and Tay have been together for three years.
Emily Ratajkowski doesn't pay attention to her critics, but she's aware of them. Back in March, just 11 days after welcoming her son, Sylvester Apollo Bear, the actress posted a photo with a flat stomach, something that didn't sit well with many of her followers. Actress Claire Holt even called it "annoying." In a new chat with Stellar magazine, Emily commented on the online hate she get about her body. "I have a hard relationship with that kind of stuff because it's just my body and it's my experience," she said. "I think that women's bodies get talked about whether you snap back too fast or not quick enough, or your boobs are too big or too small, or you're too skinny or too fat or whatever." By now, Emily said, she's "gotten used to" the criticism.