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Taryn Manning mad stylist didn't tell her SAG Awards dress only cost $200

Everyone loved Taryn Manning's SAG Awards dress. Everyone except for Taryn Manning, that is!

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"The Orange Is the New Black" actress earned raves for the Adrianna Papell gown with a high-low hemline that she wore during the Los Angeles-based award show on Jan. 21.

The sleeveless black number, which she wore with white pointy-toe Aquazzura pumps with ankle straps, retails for $199 at Macy's, where it's also available in royal blue.

Taryn seemed pleased enough with her look on Jan. 22 when she took to Instagram to share a photo of herself on the red carpet.

In the caption, she thanked each of the brands who contributed to her look, including Adrianna Papell, and the stylist who brought the whole thing together.

"Thank you @sagawards #24 thank you #adriannapapell #aquazurra #kimberlymcdonald #ricardobasta #gabrielandco @merricures @chaunielle_brown @zogalistwins @orensegal1 #sagawards xoxo," she captioned the shot of herself.

But by Jan. 24, Taryn was singing a different tune when a TMZ cameraman caught up with her at an airport in Los Angeles.

"I saw your dope $200 dress. That's so cool," the cameraman tells the actress, who responds, "Shut up!" in a video published on the website on Jan. 25.

When the photog asks why, she replies, "You know why!"

"You wanna know why? Because that way other people can buy [it]," she continues. "Did you say my $200 dress? Is that what you said?"

"Yeah, it was cool," he says.

"No, it's not," says Taryn. "It's whack. It's whack that the stylist didn't tell me that. But now everybody else can afford it. So that's what's cool about it, but it still sucks for me."

Continues the actress, "I wanna be in, like, a superstar gown."

"The designer got a lot of press," she concludes. "She should pay me a lot of money."

Taryn's "OITNB" co-star Jolene Purdy and "The Big Sick" actress Zenobia Shroff also donned gowns by Adrianna Papell during the SAG Awards, though neither of them have bit back about being dressed in the affordable fashion brand.

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Baby No. 1!

Frankie Muniz and Paige Price are expecting their first child

"Malcolm in the Middle" alum Frankie Muniz is going to be a dad!

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The actor, 34, and his wife and longtime partner, Paige Price, announced they're expecting their first child together in a YouTube video on Saturday. The video also appears in a new section on the couple's website called "Baby Muniz."

"We were shocked and thrilled to hear the news that we're going to be parents," Frankie captioned the post, adding that the couple is "currently travelling through Jackson, Wyoming," so they "decided to make a little video" to share with fans and friends.

"Nothing compares to hearing your little one's heartbeat… the second I heard that heartbeat, reality set in. I was throwing out baby names and future career choices," Frankie jokes in the sweet clip, which shows the couple goofing off, dancing and rubbing Paige's belly.

The two go on to explain they'd been told chances of conceiving were slim, saying happily that they "beat the odds" and "are officially 15 weeks along and counting!"

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(It's unclear if their chances of becoming parents were affected by the health issues Frankie's suffered in recent years, including two strokes that left him with memory loss and a racing crash that caused lasting physical impairments.)

The parents-to-be got married this past February in Phoenix. "Baby Muniz" is due in March. Congrats!

Album Cameo

Megan Fox makes a romantic cameo on Machine Gun Kelly's new album

The Megan Fox – Machine Gun Kelly lovefest now has a soundtrack.

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On Friday, MGK released "Tickets To My Downfall," his fifth studio album, featuring the singer on vocals and guitar alongside Blink-182's Travis Barker on drums. The pop-punk excursion also features a number of guests, including Halsey, MGK's buddy Pete Davidson and — you guessed it — MGK's first and apparently only love, Megan.

Both Pete and Megan contribute voice work to "Kevin and Barracuda Interlude." But it's "Banyan Tree" track where the singer and his "twin flame" share a more personal peek into their hearts.

At one point, the interlude features Megan asking her love if he "remembers the stuff you do with me?" (via ET).

MGK then assures her, "Yes, of course I do. I cherish you."

She responds by saying, "It was just four months ago that we were right here and I met you. That's not possible."

Later, she tells him: "You just got my initials tattooed on you. I just got your nickname tattooed on me."


It's a good bet they really did get matching tats to commemorate their romance.

Megan, 34, and MGK, 30 met on the set of the film, "Midnight in the Switchgrass," and started dating after Megan and her husband Brian Austin Green called it quits (again).

Since then, they've been anything but subtle about their feelings for one another on social media and even in interviews.

Last week, during a chat with Howard Stern on his SiriusXM show, MGK revealed he'd fallen in love "for the first time" after having completed "a big chunk of the album."

He said he realized he "didn't know what [love] was" until he and Megan "made eye contact."

Things got serious fast after that.

"That was my first experience with being open to love and stuff like that. I definitely wasn't set up to believe that that's something that could ever exist," he said on the show.

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Megan, who appears in MGK's "Bloody Valentine" video, has been similarly open about discussing the couple's relationship. Speaking to Lala Kent on her podcast in July, Megan recounted falling for MGK this way:

"I knew right away that he was what I call a twin flame. Instead of a soul mate, a twin flame is actually where a soul has like ascended into a high enough level that it can be split into two different bodies at the same time. So we're actually two halves of the same soul, I think."

"Tickets To My Downfall" also features appearances by Blackbear, Trippie Redd and Iann Dior.

Progress For Vogue

Lizzo's Vogue cover represents major 'progress,' says Andre Leon Talley

Former Vogue editor Andre Leon Talley is impressed — both with Vogue's October cover, which features Lizzo, and with what it says about Anna Wintour, as far as her recent vow to improve inclusivity at the magazine, which she admitted has a history of publishing "hurtful and intolerant" content and failing to "to elevate and give space to Black" content creators.

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"Proud to see the very, very beautiful, stunningly elegant [Lizzo] on Vogue's current cover," Talley posted on Instagram Friday, sharing the Hype Williams-shot cover of Lizzo in a lightweight, flowing red Valentino dress. "Progress is advancing at full supersonic Concorde speed," he continued. "Dame Anna Wintour made a promise and she kept her word. Her public apology was right on. In the years I worked there, under her reign, this cover would have never been published, even if it were a trial."

Talley was referring to an apology letter Wintour reportedly sent Vogue employees in early June, as George Floyd's killing at the hands of white police sparked what would become a monumental national reckoning on systemic racism in America.

"I want to start by acknowledging your feelings and expressing my empathy towards what so many of you are going through: sadness, hurt, and anger too," Wintour wrote to staff at the time. "I want to say this especially to the Black members of our team — I can only imagine what these days have been like. But I also know that the hurt, and violence and injustice we're seeing and talking about have been around for a long time. Recognizing it and doing something about it is overdue."

Wintour, who's edited the magazine since 1988 and since 2013 has also served as the artistic director for Condé Nast, which publishes Vogue, continued: "I want to say plainly that I know Vogue has not found enough ways to elevate and give space to Black editors, writers, photographers, designers and other creators. We have made mistakes too, publishing images or stories that have been hurtful or intolerant. I take full responsibility for those mistakes."

She went on to encourage employees to give their "feedback" directly to her, writing, "I value your voices." Finally, she promised to be proactive about the changes many, including Talley, have long said were needed.

"This is a historic and heartbreaking moment for our country and it should be a time of listening, reflection and humility for those of us in positions of privilege and authority," she wrote. "It should also be a time of action and commitments."

Talley's relationship with Wintour has had notorious moments of ugliness through the years. As he said in his lengthy Instagram post about the October cover, "in the years I worked there, under [Wintour's] reign, this cover would have never been published, even if it were a trial," adding that the advertising departments would have shut down any attempts to go with a plus-sized Black woman as a cover star, despite the singer's massive popularity.

The cover story itself deals at the idea of body positivity, which Lizzo says needs to be extended beyond "the mainstream narrative" so that it can benefit "the people that this term was created for …girls who are in the 18-plus [size] club."

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"I think it's lazy for me to just say I'm body positive at this point … It's easy," she explains in the piece, wihch features the singer looking utterly gorgeous in pieces by Valentino, Moschino Couture, Gucci and LaQuan Smith. "I would like to be body-normative. I want to normalize my body. And not just be like, 'Ooh, look at this cool movement. Being fat is body positive.' No, being fat is normal," Lizzo says in the piece.

In the piece, the singer also weighs in on racial justice, reflecting on how she lost hope after 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot and killed, her response to Floyd's death in Minneapolis, where her career began, and the importance of voting as an act of protest.

Surprise Split?

Max Ehrich says he learned about Demi Lovato split 'through a tabloid;' Demi reportedly disagrees

Just two days after People confirmed Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich had called off their engagement, Max, 29, announced he only discovered the relationship was over when he saw the news in a "tabloid." A source close to Demi, however, disagrees.

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"Imagine finding out to the status of your relationship through a tabloid… ," he wrote on his Instagram Story early in the morning on Saturday, Sept. 26, according to JustJared. "While your [sic] in the middle of filming a biopic movie about a Pastor in a Christian Church whose intention of the film is to help people."

He added "God bless" and signed off with a dove Emoji.

After Max's post grabbed headlines Saturday, an insider told People Max had already been informed of their revised "relationship status."

"Demi made Max aware that the relationship was over and it was going to come out in the press," the source said.

The former couple's seeming disagreement comes after a week of rumors suggesting Demi, 28, no longer trusted Max after screenshots surfaced earlier this month that appeared to show her fiance flirting with other pop stars.

One allegedly showed him calling Ariana Grande "my wife," while another claimed he told Selena Gomez to "MARRY ME NOW" during an Instagram Live. Demi said at the time the screenshots looked fake.

Then, after a week of rumors suggesting the couple was on the verge of a split, People cited a source "with knowledge of the situation" as having confirmed they were done.


"It was a tough decision, but Demi and Max have decided to go their separate ways to focus on their respective careers," the insider reportedly said. "They have respect and love for one another and will always cherish the time they spent together."

After the report was published, Demi posted a video of herself on her Instagram Story that showed her looking in a mirror without her ring on while wearing a shirt emblazoned with the phrase, "Dogs Over People."

If they have indeed called it quits just two months into their engagement, it would be on par with what's been a fast-moving relationship from the beginning. The pair just started dating in March but quickly became smitten with one another, judging from their frequent, PDA and love-filled social media posts.

Then, in Malibu on July 22, the former "Young and the Restles" star popped the question to Demi. She said "yes" and shared another moving tribute to Max on Instagram, announcing the engagement.

As of Saturday morning, posts featuring Max — including those with photos from the moment he proposed — were still on Demi's Instagram.

Max is currently filming "Southern Gospel" in and around Atlanta, according to imdb.

Ex issues

Brian Austin Green seemingly responds to ex's 'angry' comments

Brian Austin Green is mocking unflattering comments his ex recently said about him… or so it seems.


On his recent "…with Brian Austin Green" podcast, the "Beverly Hills, 90210" star appeared to reference Vanessa Marcil while jokingly describing his attributes.

"I'm just angry," Brian laughed. "I'm angry and I'm sad all the time. And I just don't know what to do about it. I'm more angry today, I don't know why. My temper it's legendary."

Continuing to sarcastically claim, "If you check around the industry, I'm known as the angry, sad guy. And the diva on set. They're just complete opposites, being angry and sad, like, they don't seem like they would mix together."

Brian's co-host Derek Russell also seemed to make reference to Vanessa's recent comments that she never loved Brian, despite having dated from 1999-2003 and sharing a child, Kassius.

"I've been there for you every step of the way, but I never loved you, Brian," Derek said. "I never loved you."

Brian, wryly said, "That's a shame."


The sarcastic comments came just a few weeks after Vanessa's Sept. 11 Instagram post, in which she spoke of her plans to fly on Sept. 11, 2001. She referenced Brian in the story, as he was driving her to the airport when the planes stuck the World Trade Center twin towers.

"I think you still love Brian Austin Green," a fan responded.

"I was never in love with him but I am very proud of the fact that my son loves his dad unconditionally and has chosen to forgive," Vanessa said, referring to past comments in which she said Kassius had been "cut out" of Brian's life.

"I celebrate Kassius' love for his father and remain extremely grateful that Kass was finally invited back into his father's life and was able to meet his youngest brother for the first time & finally start seeing his other two siblings again," she wrote, according to Us Weekly. "5 years apart with no explanation is devastating for children. For siblings. My son is also an incredible & protective big brother."

She continued, "That was part of his anger towards me and so the reason why he fought me for so long knowing it would hurt our son & change our son forever. I did however feel sorry for him. I still do. He's a very angry/sad human being who still has too much shame to take full responsibility for his actions as a father. I consciously knew that I could work through childhood traumas through him and I have. I have great empathy towards him and other people who are still in pain from their childhoods."

Out and proud

Lili Reinhart opens up about her 'nonchalant' coming out

Lili Reinhart's sexuality wasn't a secret to those who knew her best, but she was always "afraid" of coming out.

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However, over the summer, she announced to the world via Instagram that she was bisexual… In fairness, she thinks everyone is bisexual.

"I guess, coming out is not a nonchalant thing," she said on Tuesday's episode of the "LGBTQ&A" podcast. "It just didn't seem like a big deal to me. And it also, the way I look at the world right now, I'm like, 'Isn't everyone bisexual?'"

Lili, 24, casually announced she was bisexual while encouraging her social media followers to attend a LGBTQ and Black Lives Matter protest in West Hollywood in June. 

"Although I've never announced it publicly before, I am a proud bisexual woman," she said in her message at the time. 

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The sexuality reveal was a long time coming. 

"I've wanted people to know that I am bisexual, but I've never felt that there was a right time to do it," the "Riverdale" star said on the podcast. "I was afraid of coming out. I didn't want people to tell me that I was lying to get attention or something. And so I just kept my mouth shut."

She added, "Also I've told people in the past and they've told me, 'Oh, it's a phase.' And I'm like, 'Okay, great, thanks.' So that's discouraging, obviously."

Looking back, Lili is proud of the way she handled her reveal.

"It's not a secret. It's not something that I was ever ashamed of. And I felt like in that moment, I wanted to show my full support for this community," she said. "And the fact that I belong to it, it was very freeing in that sense. It felt very much like, 'Yeah, I'm here. I've been here the whole time. I am part of this.'


Lily Collins is engaged to director beau — See her ring!

Lily Collins is hearing wedding bells.

On Sept. 25, the actress announced on social media that she and director Charlie McDowell have gotten engaged.

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"I've been waiting my lifetime for you and I can't wait to spend our lifetime together…," she captioned a series of Instagram photos in which she shows off her ring. 

Vogue described the ring as a vintage-style pink ring, designed by LA-based jeweler Irene Neuwirth. 

Charlie, who directed "The One I Love" and "The Discovery," also posted an Instagram photo of his bride-to-be with her new bauble.

"In a time of uncertainty and darkness you have illuminated my life," he wrote. "I will forever cherish my adventure with you."

The couple didn't indicate where the engagement took place, but they are surrounded by desert terrain in the photos. Following the announcement, a slew of celebrity pals congratulated the betrothed duo, including Ashley Tisdale, Ciara and Zoey Deutch.

Lily, 31, first confirmed that she and Charlie, 37, were dating in August 2019.

Prior to dating Lily, the director dated Emilia Clarke, Hilary Duff and Rooney Mara, who he was with for six years.

Hot bod

Channing Tatum shows off washboard stomach

Channing Tatum is stomaching 2020 just fine.

On Sept. 24, the actor showed off his amazing body in a shirtless Instagram selfie, proudly proclaiming that "daddy is finally back."

"It's been a long road back," he wrote alongside the photo, which appears to have been taken in a trailer. "Injuries, life, and just insanity in general. Ha daddy is finally back boooi!! Gonna be a fun next 10 year run."

He continued, "To all those that have been there for me and held me down through it all. I love you. I'm gonna make ya proud. Let's goo."

Channing also poked fun at a bottle of hand sanitizer that appeared in the image, a necessity during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

"Also peep the purell bottle. Keep it clean out there folks," he said. 

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Channing has been busy of late, having recently announced that he's written a children's book called "Sparkella."

"Guys, I don't know about you but things got a little weird for me in quarantine," he said on Instagram last month. "I ended up accidentally locking myself in my 7 year old daughter's room. And I ended up finding my inner child. So this is what I created for my little girl. From what is, I guess, the little girl in me. Thanks for reading."

Channing is also working on his film "Dog," which he is producing, co-directing and starring in. The film follows an army ranger and his dog during a road trip en route to a friend's funeral.

"It's already been a crazy ride. And we've only just begun. And if we survive the rest, it will be one of the most insane stories that I've ever been a part of. And I've been a part of some pretty crazy ones in this life of mine," he wrote alongside a photo from the "Dog" set on Sept. 21. "This photo is from our first day of production on the first movie that my partner Reid and I are directing. This is our story. It's taken us two years to get it to the starting line. The next eight weeks will be like riding a bull on sickmode in ludicrous speed. God be with us. In Dog we trust." 

Rocky romance

Demi Lovato and fiancé split: Reports

Just a few months after getting engaged, Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich have split, according to multiple reports.

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"It was a tough decision, but Demi and Max have decided to go their separate ways to focus on their respective careers," a source told People magazine on Sept. 24. "They have respect and love for one another and will always cherish the time they spent together."

Earlier in the day Page Six reported that the relationship was on the rocks.

"It's not over yet," a source said, "but it's on its way there."

The split comes amid reports that Max flirted on social media with other pop stars. Earlier this month, screenshots seemed to show the former "The Young and the Restless" star calling Ariana Grande "my wife." He also allegedly told Selena Gomez, Demi's former friend, to "MARRY ME NOW" during an Instagram Live. He also supposedly appeared in Miley Cyrus's comments.

At the time, Demi dismissed the screenshots as doctored.

"It's really sad when people FAKE images to put women against each other," she wrote on Instagram. "If women have conflict that's between them NOT YOU."

In addition to the alleged comments, fans noticed that Demi's sister and bodyguard both unfollowed Max on social media, which many saw as a sign of trouble.

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Max hasn't appeared on Demi's Instagram since late August. She last appeared on his Instagram on Aug. 31. At the time, he called Demi "the hottest person on the planet."

Demi and Max got engaged on July 22.

In a touching post at the time, she said she fell in love with Max from the moment she met him.

"It was something I can't describe to anyone who hasn't experienced it firsthand but luckily you did too.. I've never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life (other than my parents) flaws and all," she wrote alongside images of the beachside proposal. "You never pressure me to be anything other than myself. And you make me want to be the best version of myself."

She continued, "I'm honored to accept your hand in marriage. I love you more than a caption could express but I'm ecstatic to start a family and life with you. I love you forever my baby. My partner. Here's to our future!!!"