Moving forward

Khloe Kardashian still doesn't want to dump Tristan Thompson in wake of cheating scandal

Fans who are expecting new mom Khloe Kardashian to dump cheating boyfriend Tristan Thompson might want to prepare to be disappointed.

"They are both 100 percent committed to moving past this and focusing on the overwhelming joy they have in their life right now with their new daughter," a source told "Entertainment Tonight," adding that with the birth of their daughter on April 12 bonding them, a breakup is "not even on the table right now."

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Tristan, however, is aware he's wronged Khloe, whom he's been dating since the summer of 2016. "Tristan knows he's got to step up now though and can't screw up," the source explained.

According to Radar Online, Tristan is doing whatever Khloe's momager, Kris Jenner, is asking of him right now.

"Tristan is not only filming the family reality show, he is doing whatever she says," an insider told Radar. "He is so far in the dog house that he doesn't want to create any more problems with the family. So he's filming ['Keeping Up With the Kardashians'] and just letting Kris run the show."

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Meanwhile, it's emerged that the NBA player's father, Trevor Thompson, is contemplating writing a tell-all book about his son and his reality TV star girlfriend.

"I have a big, big story about what happened. I can write a book about what happened," Trevor told Radar Online, explaining that it would be both "really good and sad."

It remains to be seen whether Khloe will stay in Cleveland, where she gave birth, to work things out with the Cavaliers player or if she'll return to California to be near her family as she recovers from the birth and learns to care for her newborn.

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Before the cheating scandal broke, Khloe spent a lot of money on baby items in anticipation of travel, TMZ reported on April 15. She spent just under $4,000 at celebrity-loved Beverly Hills baby boutique Petit Tresor on about 20 items including a BabyZen Yoyo Travel Stroller, a Medela Pump On-The-Go Station and a Storksak Travel Diaper Bag.

Two days before Khloe gave birth, news broke that Tristan had spent time with strip club bartender Lani Blair over the April 7 weekend, when Lani was photographed arriving at and leaving his New York City team hotel. Video also surfaced from October 2017 showing Tristan kissing and being intimately groped by another women at a hookah bar near Washington D.C. Since then, more allegations of infidelity have surfaced, though neither Tristan nor Khloe has commented.

face it

Shannon Beador says 'I don't recognized myself' after bad face fillers

Shannon Beador is answering the question that so many people had after the recent "Real Housewives of Orange County" reunion: What happened to her face?

It turns out, she got some bad face fillers.

"I wanted to look good for the reunion, so I went elsewhere to try a couple of natural and non-invasive treatments that have been very effective in tightening people's skin, but it didn't work at all on my skin," the reality TV star said on Instagram while touching her face.  "So, as the reunion was around the corner, it was suggested that I try a natural filler in my face and in my cheeks that stimulates the growth of collagen. And I was running out of time, so I said, 'Okay, go ahead and do it.'" 

Shannon admits that she didn't properly research the treatments like she normally does, and she's clearly displeased with the results.

"I'm having a really difficult time looking myself in the mirror," she said, noting that her boyfriend and kids have been supportive of her. "I don't recognize myself."

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Shannon eventually went to a trusted clinic near her home to fix the botched filler work.

In an Instagram Stories video, Certified Nurse Practitioner Jennifer Rosenfeld said, "I'm injecting a product that dissolves filler and Shannon is being a great sport because this doesn't actually feel that great."

Shannon replied, "I'm good — anything to get rid of it."

Mullet man

Kaley Cuoco is 'appalled and disturbed' by husband's new haircut

Kaley Cuoco didn't sign up for her husband's new hairstyle. 

Late Thursday night, the "Big Bang Theory" actress posted a selfie in which her husband, Karl Cook, kisses her on the cheek… while sporting a mullet. 

"I don't remember saying 'in sickness and health oh and mullets,'" she captioned the Jan. 21 Instagram photo that shows her feigning a scared look.

Earlier in the day, the actress posted several videos of Karl's new 'do.

"I want the world to know I had nothing to do with this disgusting mullet," she said on her Instagram Story. "I am appalled and disturbed, and there aren't a lot of words."

Karl, waving his hair back and forth, said, "It was Kaley's idea. She loves my hair. It wouldn't have happened if she wasn't ok with it. You all know that."

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Afterward, she posted a video of her husband in equestrian attire while still sporting the mullet.

"Don't be jealous, ladies. Please try and contain yourselves," she joked. "He's taken. Sorry."

Karl, however, was living it up with his mullet, even getting a "blowout" from a leaf blower. 

"This is the only proper way to blow out a mullet, don't you think?" he said while getting blasted with air from the leaf blower. "I feel alive."

Back on

Olivia Jade returns to YouTube after nearly a year of silence

After over a year of radio silence on YouTube, Olivia Jade Giannulli is back on the vlog beat, but she doesn't want to "rehash" the scandal that sent both of her parents to prison.

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The daughter of Mossimo Giannulli and Lori Loughlin vaguely touched on her parent's college admissions scandal while addressing her 1.86 million subscribers on Jan. 21, her first YouTube video since December 2019.

"I wanted to film this little intro part just because I didn't want it to, like, just start the vlog and me not address anything," she said. "Obviously did my 'Red Table Talk' interview and I think if you have any questions for me or you have anything to say or you're like, 'Why are you back?' you can go watch that interview. I think I kind of disclosed what I felt I needed to say on there."

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Back in March 2019, "Fuller House" star Lori and her husband were accused of paying a middleman $500,000 to get Olivia and her older sister, Bella, into the University of Southern California via its crew team, despite neither of the women having any real experience in rowing. Coincidentally, after getting accepted into USC, Olivia said she wasn't interested in school.

"I don't know how much of school I'm going to attend but I'm going to go in and talk to my deans and everyone and hope I can try and balance it all," she said in a since-deleted video from fall 2018. "But I do want the experience of game day and partying, I don't really care about school. As you guys all know."

In the midst of the scandal, Olivia went MIA on YouTube, and her parents eventually pleaded guilty. They were both sentenced to prison over the admissions scam.

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While both parents were incarcerated, Olivia did an interview on "Red Table Talk." 

"I don't mean to say that in a dismissive way or a pretentious way," she said in her new YouTube broadcast. "I think what I was trying to get across is that I felt like the thing I wanted to do the most is apologize for so long and I felt like I got to do that at 'Red Table.' And so although I can't change the past, I can change how I act and what I do going forward. I just didn't want anybody to take it the wrong way and it seemed like I was being like, 'I went on 'Red Table' and now my name is cleared.' Like no, that's not it."

"But just for my own mental sanity, I don't want to keep rehashing things," she continued in the new video. "I just want to move on and do better and move forward and come back and do what I love, which is YouTube. So you don't have to watch. Nobody's forcing you. But I didn't want that to be misread, okay? Enjoy."

Lori was released from prison on Dec. 28. Mossimo is currently imprisoned, but he is begging a judge to let him serve the rest of his five-month sentence at home. His team is arguing that the conditions in prison are "far more extreme than what the court recommended."

Drinking stories

George Clooney admits he was drunk on set of this film…

George Clooney has revealed that he wasn't exactly his best (or most sober) self while filming 1996's "One Fine Day."

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While chatting with Michelle Pfeiffer, his co-star from the movie, as part of Variety's Actors on Actors series, he recalled one particular time during which he was drinking heavily with his pal Rande Gerber the night before filming.

"I was in New York, I was staying at the Morgans Hotel, and my friend Rande Gerber, who is my partner now in the tequila company [Casamigos] — I had the day off. So I had a few drinks," he said. "We stayed up and had a few vodkas or something. Then I came home at 1 in the morning. … I was pretty hammered."

"I woke up at 5 in the morning. I was like, 'I feel OK.' Then I looked in the mirror, and I was like, 'Oh, I'm still drunk,'" he continued. "I got to the set, and we walked to the trailer and I sat down and you looked at me. You go, 'What?' And I was like, 'I didn't know we were going to work today.' And you go, 'You're still drunk.' It's a scene we did in a oner where you and I are talking back and forth to each other. I kept trying to spray whatever mouth spray I could because I smelled like a…"

"Like a brewery," Michelle quipped.

George corrected her, claiming he smelt more like "a distillery."

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Michelle also recalled the time the two-time Oscar winner came to the set with a facial injury.

"I took an elbow in the face from one of the crew members, and it broke my eye socket," George explained. "And I was like, 'I can still shoot.' I remember we actually shot scenes where we blocked half of my face with a kid."

Dustin Diamond completes first round of chemotherapy

Dustin Diamond has completed his first round of chemotherapy following his cancer diagnosis, and he will schedule another round in the near future, TMZ reports.

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The former "Saved by the Bell" star is still in the hospital as he deals with stage 4 small cell carcinoma, which is more commonly known as advanced lung cancer.

Dustin, who famously played Screech on the beloved teen sitcom, will begin physical therapy, his team tells the webloid. While recovering, Dustin is reading fan mail, learning new songs on his bass guitar, playing video games and making fan videos on social media.

The actor, TMZ said, "is keeping a positive outlook and is looking forward to spending more time with his girlfriend."

On Jan. 11, Dustin was hospitalized after feeling uneasy and experiencing pain all over his body. He also discovered a lump in his throat. Dustin's medical team felt it was "likely" cancer, and on Jan. 14, those fears were confirmed.

"It's serious, but we don't know how serious yet," his rep told EW at the time. "He's at an undisclosed hospital in Florida and will probably go home after treatments. We just want him to get well soon."

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After his diagnosis, one of Dustin's "Bayside High" classmates revealed that he reached out to the ailing actor

"I connected with Dustin earlier this evening and although the news of his diagnosis is heartbreaking, we remain positive that he'll overcome this," Mario Lopez tweeted alongside two pictures from the nostalgia-inducing show on Jan. 15. "Praying for him & his family and for a speedy recovery. God Bless."

That same day, Tiffani Thiessen posted a photo of Dustin on her Instagram Story and wrote, "Thinking of you Dustin."

Happy lady

Carol Baskin reacts to Joe Exotic's failure to get pardon

Although Joe Exotic and his team are disappointed that Donald Trump failed to pardon the "Tiger King" star on his way out of office, there is one person ecstatic about the decision: Carole Baskin.

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A happy Carole told TMZ, "If I understand the notice I got from the prison system, he's already gotten another month added to his sentence by not obeying prison rules."

In the waning hours of Trump's presidency, there had been murmurs that the outgoing POTUS may issue a pardon for the flamboyant "Tiger King" star, who is serving a 22-year prison sentence for his role in a murder-for-hire plot to kill Carole, his chief rival, as well as other animal abuse charges. 

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Ever since the popularity of Netflix's "Tiger King" docu-series, Joe's team has been trying to free him, and they hoped Trump would be sympathetic.

According to reports, Joe's team had a limo and hair and makeup team ready in the event that a pardon came through

"We are as disappointed that the President did not sign Joe's pardon, as we were confident yesterday that he would," Joe's team said. 

Carole isn't crying, but handed out some free advice for the imprisoned former zookeeper.

"If Joe really had a change of heart, he could do what Mario Tabraue did to lessen his 100 year drug trafficking conviction to 12 years by turning state's evidence against the other animal exploiters," she said.

Homicide arrest

Food Network winner arrested over death of toddler

Ariel Robinson, the winner of "Worst Cooks in America," was arrested for homicide in South Carolina.

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The victim was a 3-year-old girl.

Fox Carolina reported that Ariel and her husband, Jerry Robinson, have been charged with homicide by child abuse and are being held at the Greenville County Detention Center without bond.

Reports claim police responded to a call about an unresponsive juvenile victim last week. That victim, Victoria Rose Smith, was pronounced dead at the hospital.

The Greenville County Coroner's Office said the little girl died of multiple blunt force injuries. 

Ariel, a mother of five, won Food Network's "Worst Cooks in America" last August. It's not known if the victim was a family member.

Splitsville

Clare Crawley and Dale Moss split: 'This is the healthiest decision for both of us'

It's over for "The Bachelorette" couple Clare Crawley and Dale Moss.

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On Jan. 19, TMZ reported that Dale, 32, broke things off with Clare, 39, over the weekend, and there is a suspicion that distance was a factor — he lives in New York City, while she lives in Sacramento, California.

Moments after the report hit the Internet, Dale confirmed the split on Instagram. 

"I wanted share with you all that Clare and I have decided to go our separate ways. We appreciate the love and support we've received from so many people, but this is the healthiest decision for both of us at this time," he wrote. "We strongly believe in leading with love and always remaining true to oneself – something our families have taught and instilled in us throughout our lives. We only hope the best things for one another."

The split ends one of the fastest on-screen romances of all time. The duo met over the summer while filming "The Bachelorette" in a bubble environment. The moment Clare met Dale, she mentioned that he was "husband" material. She then continued to fall hard for Dale, essentially snubbing the other guys vying for her heart in order to focus entirely on him. 

After just three weeks of filming, Clare left the show with Dale by her side. She was replaced by Tayshia Adams.

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Prior to the split, there had been reports that Clare and Dale were experiencing turbulence in their romance. Just a few hours before Dale's announcement, an Us Weekly source said, "Dale and Clare are technically still together but there are serious issues they are working through. They're in communication but on a break."

Interestingly enough, Clare posted an intimate image with her now-former fiancé to her Instagram on Jan. 9. He shared a video with her a few days earlier.

Just last month, Clare mistakenly referred to Dale as her "husband," prompting many to wonder if they'd secretly tied the knot. 

On Dec. 10, the former star of "The Bachelorette" posted a video on her Instagram Story in which she said, "Nothing makes me happier than grocery shopping with my husband." She later told her followers they were not married and blamed her wording on a "slip of the tongue."

While gushing about Dale in November, she said, "Everything he was looking for was everything I was looking for. He doesn't even realize he does this for me, but last night, I was having the worst anxiety ever, and [he] showed up when I was pacing around the pool with anxiety. He just grabbed my hand and paced with me around the pool. That's all I've ever wanted is a man to show up for me — not only when it's easy, not only when it's good and fun and pretty in ball gowns and all that. But, like, show up when I'm in my yoga pants and no makeup, and my hair's in a greasy knot. Like, show up for me. He's done that every single time."

Leaving the legacy

Aaron Spelling's son, Randy, dishes on why he fled Hollywood

Randy Spelling grew up as Hollywood royalty as the son of mega-producer Aaron Spelling and brother of Tori Spelling. With that upbringing came tremendous pressure to be somebody special in Tinseltown, but it was a life Randy didn't want.

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In a chat with Page Six, the 42-year-old spoke about growing up the son of "such a legend" and why he decided to leave it all behind for a quiet life in Oregon.

"I realized I have to forge my own path because if I don't it's going to kill me," he said. 

Aaron was one of the biggest names in entertainment while producing a string a massive hits, including, "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Charlie's Angels," "Dynasty," "Melrose Place," and "The Love Boat."

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While Randy's sister Tori went on to fame, he opted to become a life coach. Although he first thought that he would continue the family's glitzy legacy (in fact, it was all but assumed), his father's death in 2006 changed things.

"I was just trying to fill myself in any way I could and started filling myself with the wrong things and got caught up in addiction," Randy said. "So I went to rehab and after I thought, 'Gosh, I have this second chance, who do I want to be? What makes me happy? What am I here for?' And all these existential questions that I really set out on a path to answer."

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It was then that he discovered life coaching, something he's now done for 13 years.

"It was just, 'Hey this sounds really interesting,' so I did it and it was suggested I work with people and I started doing that and I realized, 'I think I'm good at it,' and it just propelled me to do more," he said. "I've been on both sides of the coin from having everything to being very concerned, 'How I am going to make this happen for my family?' and I can tell you happiness doesn't come from money. It can bring less stress and afford more choice but I work with people who have very little and CEOs and I can tell you happiness has nothing to do with money."