Tristan Thompson shares sweet reaction Khloe Kardashian's pregnancy post
#RelationshipGoals times a thousand. After keeping their stork news quiet for months, Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson finally admitted Khloe's expecting her first child this week. In the wake of her candid Instagram post, Tristan shared some thoughts about his girlfriend of more than a year. "My love," he commented. "Thank you for allowing me to be apart of your journey and entering your life that day at the bel air hotel. One of the best moments in my life," the Cleveland Cavaliers player wrote, referring to their first meeting. "I'm soo happy to be on this journey together with you and creating this angel from the man above. Everyday I give thanks to him for bring[ing] us together." He continued: "I love you soo much and I know our little angel feels the love we share together and will know that mommy and daddy loves them unconditional forever and ever amen." Before signing off on the post, Tristan added a shoutout to Brandon Jennings, who introduced the couple.
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Did Hailey Baldwin send Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber to couples therapy?
News that Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are in couples therapy apparently upset Selena's mom so much she ended up in the hospital. But after all those years together, what was the issue that finally got the on-off pair to seek professional help? According to TMZ, Justin and Selena went to Christian couples' therapy after Selena found out Justin was in touch with his ex, Hailey Baldwin. The website reports he only contacted Hailey "to clear the air" after their split but Selena found their communication to be inappropriate.
Catt Sadler: Pay gap isn't Jason Kennedy's fault
"Speak the truth, even if your voice shakes." That's what E! reporter Catt Sadler posted on Instagram on Thursday, Dec. 21, after quitting her job because her cohost Jason Kennedy, was allegedly making almost twice as much as she was. She went on to ask friends and fans to understand that Jason wasn't responsible for the pay gap. "I couldn't let another minute go by without acknowledging the overwhelming love and support I've been receiving the last 24 hours. Leaving E was one of the hardest decisions I've ever made, but your messages and heartfelt comments are comforting and affirm for me that I made the right decision," she wrote. "So many of you have similar stories, similar struggles, legitimate frustrations and I want you to know I hear you and feel for you. As a result, I have a renewed sense of purpose and genuine passion to right the wrongs. We are stronger together and I feel your strength at my core." She added: "If I had one ask, it is to please not place blame on my friend Jason Kennedy. He has done right by me in every respect. It hurts me deeply to see that some are vilifying him," she added. "I repeat, his hands are tied on this matter and if you're angry – rightfully so – direct that emotion at the decision makers who failed us, not him. All my love + gratitude."
Gal Gadot to be honored with #SeeHer Award at Critics Choice Awards
Wonder Woman is gettin' some love, courtesy of the Association of National Advertisers, The CW and the Critics' Choice Awards. On Jan. 11, director Patty Jenkins is set to give Gal Gadot the "#SeeHer Award" in Los Angeles, according to E! News. The honor is given to women who "push boundaries" and "recognize the importance of accurately portraying women across the entertainment landscape," according to E!. "Gadot broke through this year as a powerful voice advocating for women, not only on screen as the iconic Wonder Woman, but in life as well, using her platform to encourage those in the entertainment industry and beyond to strive for fairness and parity across genders." #SeeHer aims to accurately portray all women and girls in media so that by 2020 — the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote — they are reflected as they truly are," the organization said in a statement. Speaking to the website, ANA AFE #SeeHer chairman Stephen Quinn said, "Having critics once again recognize the importance of #SeeHer and including the award in the broadcast is another key milestone for the movement. Entertainment plays such a large part in influencing culture. There has never been a more important time to lean in and support our #SeeHer mission of increasing accurate portrayal of girls and women in media. Gal and Patty are role models for our #SeeHer mission and we are delighted to have them recognized by the critics and the industry."
Matt Lauer's wife spotted visiting NYC law firm amid divorce rumors
Matt Lauer's marriage may not survive his sexual misconduct scandal. The New York Post reports the former "Today" host's wife, Annette Roque, was seen going into the law firm Latham & Watkins this week. According to the Post's sources, Annette is likely considering what kind of settlement she might get from her husband in a divorce. In 2006, she filed for divorce from Matt due to what she described as "mental abuse, extreme mental and emotional distress, humiliation, torment, and anxiety." A source told the Post she withdrew the filing after being offered a payout and a post-nuptial agreement. "The post-nup will likely specify how much Annette would get if they divorce, but she is expected to challenge it given Matt's earnings since 2006, and given how he has humiliated her," said the insider. "There are also issues over all the property and land they own, both in the Hamptons and abroad." Earlier this month, sources told the Post the couple of nearly 20 years have been living separate lives for much of their marriage.
Chloe Grace Moretz gets a restraining order against alleged stalker
Chloe Grace Moretz has been granted a restraining order against Terry Daniel Quick, who will now have to stay 100 yards away from the actress and her relatives. TMZ reports Terry allegedly "harassed" Chloe and her mother and brother, following, harassing and "stalking" them. "Quick's online posts, harassment and stalking has become seriously alarming, annoying and harassing," Chloe said in court documents. Terry has reportedly followed Chloe "from LAX to her home" and followed her and her boyfriend Brooklyn Beckham to a concert and a club. The restraining order was approved on Nov. 30, according to E! News.
Kit Harrington talks 'GOT' finale
What happens to Jon Snow and friends in the final season of "Game of Thrones?" Fans will have to wait until 2019 to find out, but Kit Harrington recently admitted to Deadline that he's "understandably more affected by it than I thought I would be," when asked about the end of the series. Unlike with other seasons, he knows there's something special about his last stint in Westeros and the regions that surround it. "Well, I think there's a certain pressure I've not felt before," Kit told Deadline in a recent interview. "Whereas before, every year there's always been a bit of pressure, this season is one where we could easily let people down. Obviously, we don't want to do that so we're very much stepping up everyone's game which is very apparent, at least to me. We're all growing a bit and I think everyone's attention is very focused on what we're doing in a way that it's always been, but it may be more apparent.
Betty White to be honored with Lifetime Achievement Award
Betty White has performed on the silver screen for the better part of seven decades — an achievement the International Cinematographers Guild (ICG, IATSE Local 600) plan to celebrate on March 2 when the organization presents the actress and comedian with the Lifetime Achievement Award. "It is such an honor to be recognized for a lifetime of doing what you love," Betty said in a statement published by the New York Post. "I do not ever take it for granted."
Olivia Munn writes an essay on sexual misconduct in Hollywood
Tired of seeing all those stories about sexual misconduct in the news? Worried the alleged perpetrators aren't getting a fair shake? Olivia Munn's not. In fact, as she says in an essay for EW (via Vulture), 'The possibility of an overcorrection is much less worrisome than all of the injustices that led us to this moment." Olivia has accused producer Brett Ratner of sexual misconduct, as have five other women. And she doesn't want anyone else to experience what she has experienced. "When people ask how these men in powerful positions were able to hurt so many people for so many years, I look to the people at the top and ask those questions," she writes. "The system that lets men like Ratner and Allen back in, is the same system that creates disparity. It's tilted to roll back into their favor while the rest of us are saddled with a Sisyphean task." At the end of the day, Olivia says, "This is not a 'women's' issue, this is an abuse-of-power issue … and until we eradicate the diseased roots of our infrastructure and make foundational, systemic changes, nothing will change."
Lana Del Rey opens up about 'Lust For Life' and working with Sean Lennon
With a new No. 1 album, "Lust For Life," on the charts, Lana Del Rey is back in action in a big way. As she recently told Billboard, she owes part of that success to Sean Lennon. Asked about the track "Love," she explained: "It started as 'Young and in Love,' but I didn't really like that title; that wasn't the point of the song. Then I worked with Sean Lennon. The Lennon legacy is so tied in to that one word. So I thought, 'You know what? I just want to go for it.' The whole record is pointing its little nose in that direction. And I liked that it was pretty literal — it felt nice and comfortable to not necessarily have layers to all of the singles. That one and 'Lust for Life' were kind of just about having fun." As for her creative process, Lana said she "wanted to see if ['Lust For Life'] would be heard for what it was really saying." She felt that it was. "Overall, from what I read, it was interpreted correctly. Which is a good sign for me: It means I'm not seeing things one way and the culture is seeing things the other way," she said, "That means you need to check yourself, and I don't want to check myself. I want to stay in the flow."