Busy Philipps was taken to the emergency room on March 20 because her eyes were in extreme pain. It turns out that she had sunburned eyes, something she got during a 10-hour magazine photo shoot. On her Instagram Story late on March 19, the "Cougar Town" alum let her fans know that she was in pain, saying it felt like "shards of glass in both my eyes." Busy didn't know what the problem was but tried to remedy it with allergy medication and napkins soaked in cold water. After finally going to the hospital, she was diagnosed with photokeratitis, or inflammation of the cornea caused by excessive exposure to ultraviolet light — i.e., the professional lighting and sun from the magazine photo shoot. The bizarre condition is most common among people who have blue eyes. She is now recovering.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have some serious trust. In fact, they won't even have a prenup, People magazine reported on March 20. "Historically, members of the royal family have not had them," royal author Ingrid Seward told the mag. "They are more popular in the United States — it's just not a British thing." The BBC reported that prenups can't be legally enforced in U.K. courts. A British judge would take one into consideration, but prenups don't carry as much weight in the U.K. as they do in America. In related news, 600 invitations for the royal wedding went out this past week… but, sorry, you're probably not invited.
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Andy Dick must steer clear of his wife and their two children for the next five years, a judge ruled. The Blast reported on March 19 that a judge barred the controversial comedian from being within 100 yards of his family — he can't even go near his and Lena Sved's home. A restraining order sought by Lena was granted last month and will remain in effect until March 13, 2023. On Feb. 20, Lena filed documents in Los Angeles requesting court-ordered protection from the actor. She claimed that drunken arguments with their son led her to take action.
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On March 20, Caitlyn Jenner shared a makeup-free selfie on Instagram in which the tip of her nose is red and raw. "I recently had to get some sun damage removed from my nose. PSA- always wear your sunblock," she captioned it. While the image was jarring, Caitlyn didn't say whether the skin removed was cancerous. However, People magazine confirmed that Caitlyn had a cancerous basal cell carcinoma removed from her nose.
Shade with a capital "S"
Darren Aronofsky thew a little thinly veiled shade at his ex, Jennifer Lawrence, this week, saying she was "emotionally overwhelmed" while shooting 2017's "mother!," which Darren directed. In speaking to The Economist Radio about Jen's claims that she tore her diaphragm because she was "hyperventilating" too much during some intense scenes, he said, "I wasn't pushing Jennifer on that day. I was pulling her back, [encouraging her] to remember that we were just making a movie. … I don't work well with method actors. I work best with actors who basically when you say cut, it's over and the emotion is gone, and when I say action, they're able to go deep into it." He continued, "But part of acting is finding emotions and finding places to go that are extreme because that's the stories we tell. I've never had that situation where an actor was so emotionally… um… overwhelmed by the material that they lost control and hurt themselves." Yep, that's shade, folks! The former couple hasn't really exchanged pleasantries since they split in November 2017 after "mother!" flopped at the box office. Last year, Jen said Darren was obsessed with the film and the negative reviews it received. "We'd be on the [press] tour together, I'd come back to the hotel and the last thing I want to talk about or think about is the movie, and he comes back and that's all he wants to talk about," she said. "I was doing double duty of trying to be a supportive partner while also being like, can I please, for the love of God, not think about 'mother!' for one second?"
Eddie Redmayne is officially a father again. The Oscar-winning actor and his wife, Hannah Bagshawe, welcomed a son on March 10. They named him Luke Richard Bagshawe Redmayne. The couple announced their baby boy's arrival in the "births, deaths and marriages" section of London's The Times newspaper on March 17. Luke joins big sister Iris Mary, 21 months.
Fred Savage strongly denied that he harassed and physically abused a costumer on the set of his FOX show, "The Grinder," in 2015. A former crew member filed a lawsuit against the actor on March 21 claiming he created "an extremely hostile work environment" and that his "aggressive behavior, intimidation, and constant use of profanities aimed toward female employees was left unchecked." The woman claims Fred was vile toward her with his words, and stated that he physically slapped her hand away from him several times. "These accusations are completely without merit and absolutely untrue," Fred countered in a statement. "FOX conducted an extensive internal investigation into her claims, a process in which I fully participated. After concluding a thorough investigation, FOX determined that there was absolutely no evidence to support these accusations. None of her claims could be substantiated because they did not happen."
Are you ready for it? Taylor Swift is still the queen. This week, Taylor's "Reputation" album made history, becoming the only album released within the last two years to sell 2 million copies in the United States. She's now had six album cross the 2 million barrier. (It's fair to say that her reputation is just fine, among her fans at least.) The last album to sell 2 million units was Adele's "25" in 2015. To give you an idea of how impressive her feat is, only one other album sold more than a million copies in 2017, Ed Sheeran's "÷ (Divide)."
"American Chopper" star Paul Teutul Sr. is broke, and it's worse than you think. The 68-year-old reality TV star has already filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. On March 21, though, it was reported that he owes $22,364.60 in state taxes for his Newburgh, New York-based restaurant, Orange County Choppers Cafe. Paul is also facing foreclosure on his home in Montgomery, New York. In addition to all that, Paul is also in the middle of a fraud lawsuit — several business partners claim he sabotaged a TV project, which led to them losing millions of dollars. Late last month in his aforementioned bankruptcy filing, Paul said he owns $1,801,729 in assets, but owes 50 creditors $1,070,893.44. Paul said he makes $15,070.93 per month but spends $12,612. Adding to his problems, he said there is a $32,000 judgment against him and that he owes $151,230.98 to the Town of Crawford, New York, for taxes as well. In addition to all that, he said he owes about $21,000 to multiple credit card companies. Got all that?
Smoking, and it's alarming
Owen Wilson reportedly caused an entire Miami hotel to be evacuated because he was smoking. The New York Post claimed on March 22 that the actor and a blonde woman were sharing a smoke by the bathroom at the Tavern at Hotel Croydon when the lights started flashing. "Owen set off the smoke alarm in the hotel by smoking a cigarette near the bathroom," a source said. "The entire hotel was evacuated." Surveillance video showed Owen and the woman dancing when the alarm went off.