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Troian Bellisario Opens Up About Her Eating Disorder: I Couldn't Get Anyone to Understand. Troian Bellisario may be known for her role as Spencer in the spine-tingling, larger-than-life melodrama Pretty Little Liars, which is wrapping up its final season, but the actress is about to reveal a whole new side of herself with her latest role. Troian is giving the world a glimpse into her personal pain with her upcoming film, Feed, which she also wrote and directed, based on her struggles with an eating disorder. In Interview magazine, the 31-year-old gave a revealing interview with Pretty Little Liars director, Lesli Linka Glatter, in which she discusses her film and her own recovery from her eating disorder. "I found there were so many people who thought that it was about losing weight or being skinny, and I couldn't quite get them to understand that it was about control on a very, very literal level," she explained. The 31-year-old also explained that what she was going through was very isolating. "I couldn't get anyone -- even the people who loved me the most, even my boyfriend or my mother or my father -- to understand what that experience was truly like for me," she added. Troian, who is the daughter of NCIS super producer Donald P. Bellisario and is married to Suits star Patrick J. Adams, also says she actually wrote the film before she was in PLL, but that the show's intense shooting schedule prohibited her from putting her focus on it. Troian said, "I found myself attempting to communicate something in a scene, and somebody had the realist point of view, where they were like, 'Can you just say the line? Let's get a move on because we've got to get this.'' Now that the show's over, the actress has finally been able to turn her attention to something else... Harry Potter's Tom Felton plays opposite Troian, in the film, which follows, "Olivia and Matthew Grey, 18-year-old twins born into a world of privilege and high expectations. There are almost no boundaries between them; even their dreams are connected," according to IMDB. Feed is certainly her most personal role, but this isn't the first time that the PLL actress opened up about her personal struggles. Previously E! News covered the actress' talking about her ED and her issues with self-harm and how it all began. In the February 2014 issue of Seventeen, Troian first talked about her eating disorder, explaining she "started self-harming" during her junior year of high school. "I would withhold food or withhold going out with my friends, based on how well I did that day in school. Being a teenager is chaotic because you're kind of coming into your own, but you're not an adult; you're fighting with your parents over responsibilities and freedom. I didn't know what was right and what was wrong, so I think I created this bizarre system of checks and balances to create order in my world. But it really backfired." In the 2014 interview, the brunette also talked about how the battle was still happening. "Honestly, it's an ongoing struggle. Especially for a woman on a show that has the word 'pretty' in it! Sometimes I feel like I'm trying too hard, like I don't belong. I just look around at Lucy, Shay and Ashley and I'm just like, 'Why am I on this show?' Sometimes I've felt like a fraud. Like, I'm not like these other girls -- I don't dress like that and I don't know how to do my hair. The minute I'm off that stage, I try to get as 'me' as possible. I do that by piling on my black eyeliner, and I put on my ripped tights. Dressing like myself again helps." But it appears as though Troian has turned her struggle into art... Feed is due out in July. (Eonline)

With her divorce from Ben Affleck finally proceeding, Jennifer Garner is happy, healing and looking forward to a bright future. Subscribe now for an inside look at her new life -- only in PEOPLE. Jennifer Garner is settling into her new life as a single mom. The actress, who filed for divorce from Ben Affleck on April 13, is "doing okay," an insider tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story. "This has really been the most difficult decision for her. But it's time to focus on the future." Garner, 45, and Affleck, 44, who each asked for joint custody of their three kids, Violet, 11, Seraphina, 8, and Samuel, 5, continue to effectively co-parent together, according to sources. While Affleck lived in the guest house on the couple's L.A. property since he and Garner announced their split in June 2015 after 10 years of marriage, the actor has now moved to a nearby home to remain close to his family. "They want to be sure the kids are comfortable," says a source close to both. "It's all in step with what they've always said was the most important thing: their children." Between her family and career -- Garner has three upcoming films, Wakefield; The Tribes of Palos Verdes, which she stars in and executive-produced; and Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda -- the actress hasn't begun to think about dating again just yet. "She will eventually, but it will be a while before she does," says the insider. "She's certainly not jumping up and down and screaming, 'I'm single!' and planning dates. She still says Ben was the love of her life." For now, Garner is most content to be with her kids and looking forward to their life together. "She seems happy to be single and able to move forward," adds the insider. "She has a very positive attitude about the future." (People)

Whitney Port's pregnancy hasn't been easy, but she has a bevy of pals to turn to for advice once her little one arrives. While chatting with Us Weekly about The Hills baby boom, the fashion designer, 32, revealed which former MTV costar she'll be asking for parenting advice. "I love Audrina [Patridge]. Audrina is such a great girl. I will reach out to her if I feel like I need anything," Port told Us of her pal, who welcomed her first child, Kirra, with husband Corey Bohan in June 2016. Port announced she's expecting her first child with husband Tim Rosenman in February, just one month after her friend and former costar Lauren Conrad announced that she's also pregnant. In April, Us exclusively revealed that Hills villains Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag are also expecting. "I'm so excited for everyone," Port told Us of her Hills costars. "It's really awesome and I'm really [excited] that we're all pregnant, but I have not had the chance to chat with anybody yet." Port has been vocal, however, about her difficult pregnancy. "I would say the hardest part was definitely the first trimester," Port, who recently teamed with Bundle Organics, told Us. "Just the exhaustion, morning sickness ... I just had a really hard time dealing with the fact that I wasn't in control of my body anymore and that I couldn't really go and do the things that I used to do." Now in her third trimester, Port joked that she's definitely not feeling sexy. "I'm starting to feel like a cute pregnant lady as opposed to a pudgy pregnant lady, but I can't really say that sexy is a word that I would use to describe myself right now," she said. Luckily, Rosenman, Port added, has been a "sweet and supportive" husband she can lean on. "We went to an amazing nursing class and they taught him all these different moves and massages and techniques that he can use to make me feel better, not only throughout my pregnancy, but during my labor and he's always offering to do that and willing to do it," Port shared. "He's been really amazing." (US Weekly)

Pink was in the mood to gush. It was the 11th anniversary of her and husband Carey Hart's Costa Rican beach vows, and to mark the moment, she dreamed up a sweet dedication to her "care bear." Sharing a photo of them kissing with her 1.8 million Instagram followers, she captioned the January 7 post with a series of emojis and a touching message. "I'm very lucky to be able to say that you're mine," she wrote to the retired BMX biker. "Thanks for sticking around." That perseverance has kept their union alive. To maintain the 16-year romance, the motocross athlete, 41, and the three-time Grammy winner, 37, "take breaks," she admitted on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last year. Two of them, to be exact. The couple broke up in 2003 while dating, and then split again in 2008, even going so far as to draw up divorce papers. "We've had two breaks," Pink (born: Alecia Moore) explained. "The first one was about a year. And the second one was 11 months." Their strategy may be unorthodox but it works. Nearly a decade after their second reconciliation, the motorcycle-loving, tattooed pair are a tight-knit unit, complete with daughter Willow, 6, and son Jameson, 5 months. "They've been through a lot, but they are solid now," an insider reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. "They love their life together." Pink, a high school dropout and former drug user, today revels in a quiet life of preschool drop-offs and making Rice Krispies treats for bake sales. "I honestly can't believe how responsible I am," she told Us during a phone interview May 10 -- eight days before she and Hart biked 100 miles to raise money for nonprofit No Kid Hungry as part of the Chefs Cycle event. "All of a sudden I'm a soccer mom and doing the damn thing. No one would have guessed this for me. Honestly, I didn't realize that you could enjoy it so much." These days, the singer gets her kicks on the ball field. While watching Willow play T-ball in early May, "I was screaming my head off," she admitted to Us. "I made my baby cry!" Soon, she looks forward to making her kids cringe: "Embarrassing them is the fun part!" It shouldn't be hard considering kindergartner Willow is already unimpressed with her hit records. "The other day, I picked up her friend, who started singing, 'Raise Your Glass,'" she recalled. "My daughter rolled her eyes and said, 'That's not even one of the good ones!'" (US Weekly)

Ryan Seacrest & His Girlfriend Shayna Taylor Get Cuddly on a Beach. Ryan Seacrest and his girlfriend, Shayna Taylor, are enjoying some sunset cuddles! On Tuesday, 26-year-old Taylor made the couple's relationship Instagram official when she shared an image of the two cuddling up on a beach. In the photo, the duo sit on a lounge chair overlooking the setting sun as the Live with Kelly & Ryan host, who has his arms wrapped around Taylor, gives her a sweet kiss on the neck. The personal chef simply captioned the photo with three emojis: a green, blue and yellow heart. Additionally, Taylor made her profile image on the photo and video-sharing app to one of herself sitting on Seacrest's lap in the same beach chair. Earlier this month, PEOPLE exclusively revealed that Taylor had moved into Seacrest's new pad in Manhattan, New York, where he films the ABC talk show. After dating several years ago, Seacrest, 42, and the blonde beauty reconnected over the last year and most recently stepped out at the MOCA Gala in Los Angeles on April 29. And last month, the radio host and his girlfriend enjoyed a romantic getaway to Paris. On a recent episode of Live with Kelly & Ryan, Seacrest revealed that he has not yet gotten engaged, but he admitted that he's been close to popping the question. "I did get close and I didn't do it and it was the right move. But I love the idea -- and I know you're going to ask me -- of marriage because my parents have been married for 47 years," said Seacrest. While Seacrest believes in the idea of marriage, he hasn't rushed to the altar because he doesn't want to "screw it up and a lot of times they get screwed up" -- but he does "think about" engagement. "I figure the longer I wait, the older I'll be, the closer to death I am, so I can get it in," he explained, and added, "and not screw it up. (People)

Jerry O'Connell wants his twin daughters to remain Daddy's little girls forever. When asked how he plans on someday having the birds-and-the-bees talk with 8-year-olds Dolly Rebecca and Charlie Tamara, he told Ask Men, "I was hoping they can learn it from an episode of 'Pretty Little Liars' on Freeform or something." O'Connell, 43, also confessed that wife Rebecca Romijn is the main disciplinarian when it comes to their girls. "I would rather my wife deal with that," he said. "I don't want to say anything that might make the girls want to rebel." His "good cop" attitude continued into his strategy for how to handle his daughters' dating lives in the future. "If I really didn't want them to date someone, I would probably just have to act like I really like them," he said. "If I really like them, then [the girls] would go, 'Oh well there really must be something wrong with this guy.'" Then he changed course, announcing, "They can date boys when I'm dead." (Page Six)

Marc Anthony's Love Life Is Becoming One Giant Mystery. Marc Anthony, who recently became a single man, is living it up as a bachelor. The question is, with who? Just this past weekend, the 48-year-old performer, posted a photo of himself with Italian model Raffaella Modugno. "Making memories. Happy Memorial Day weekend. Wishing you the best!" he captioned the pic. But wait, what about Mariana Downing? In March, Marc and the 21-year-old model made their red carpet debut. At the time, E! News learned that the two had been dating for a few months. They had already done a bit of traveling together, and they were in love. But given her busy modeling schedule, they didn't see each other all of the time. When Downing's schedule permitted, she traveled to be with the artist. Then this past weekend, there was a plot twist. After Marc had shared the post with Modugno, photos surfaced of him and Shannon de Lima. Yes, his ex-wife. In the pics, the two seem flirty as they enjoy a Miami day aboard a gorgeous yacht. Oddly enough, the pics weren't taken over the Memorial Day weekend. Instead, Telemundo reports that they're from about a month ago. This, of course, got people talking. But Shannon had a simple response to the entire situation. The Venezuelan model's said, "Everybody just chill." Before that, she posted a photo of herself in a white bathing suit with the caption, "I take my beach days very seriously!" The photo also seems to taken be on a luxurious yacht. Then there was a post on May 21 that could be hinting at something. Shannon shared a photo of herself and her adorable son Daniel, but it was the post's caption that caught our attention. "Love doesn't have to be perfect. It only has to be sincere. And above all, together it needs to be able to win any battle," she wrote in Spanish. But this isn't this reunion at sea isn't the first encounter for the friendly exs. A day before New Year's Eve, the two were spotted in the Dominican Republic at the same time. The former couple even attended the same Enrique Iglesias and Gente de Zona concert. It's worth noting that Anthony was sitting on one side of the venue with Downing, while Shannon sat with Manuel Sosa, the father of her 9-year-old son. E! News reported in November 2016 that Anthony and De Lima decided to split, and one month later they made an official announcement. "After much consideration, we have mutually and amicably decided to end our two-year marriage," the two said in a statement to E! News. "We ask for privacy during this difficult process, and no further comments will be made from either one of us about this personal matter." They have no children together and officially divorced in 2017. (Eonline)

An L.A. home owned by LeBron James was the target of a hate crime -- someone spray painted the n-word on the front gate and detectives are now investigating, cops tell TMZ Sports. Here's what we know ... multiple LAPD units and a neighborhood patrol vehicle responded to the home early Wednesday morning. We're told the word was scrawled on the outer gate. We're told investigators are looking for security footage from neighbors which may show the perpetrator. Records show LeBron bought the house back in 2015 but it does not appear he lives there on any regular basis. The graffiti has since been covered up. We're told LeBron was not at the home at the time of the incident -- he's presumably in the Bay Area gearing up for Game 1 of the NBA Finals, which starts Thursday. (TMZ)

Erin Moran died purely from complications of advanced cancer ... according to the Harrison County Coroner, whose final autopsy results confirmed what Erin's husband had said. The coroner's report says, "no illegal narcotics were involved in her death" ... and she was stage 4. Erin's husband, Steve Fleischmann, had written an open letter describing Erin's months-long battle with squamous cell carcinoma. The "Happy Days" and "Joanie Loves Chachi" star died last month, at the age of 56. Steve and Erin were together for 25 years. He says she died holding his hand. (TMZ)

A bodyguard for rapper Wale has been accused of carrying a loaded firearm near a Boston nightclub without a license and has been arrested. The Boston Globe reports Eric Miller pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to charges including unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a large-capacity feeding device. Bail was set at $50,000 cash. The newspaper says the prosecutor and Miller's defense attorney have identified him as a bodyguard for hip-hop artist Wale, a Washington native behind songs including "Bad" and "The Matrimony." Police say Miller was arrested at the nightclub on Sunday after he was identified as one of the participants in a fight. Police say Miller told the officers he had placed a gun in a nearby vehicle and they recovered it. Authorities say Miller didn't have a valid firearms license. (Page Six)

Playwright, director, teacher and actor Robert Michael Morris, best known for playing the lovable Mickey Dean on HBO's "The Comeback," died Tuesday. He was 77. The cause of death was not immediately known. Morris began his acting career as a member of the Catholic University Repertory Company before shifting his focus to academics. After many years as a theater teacher in high schools and colleges across the U.S., he moved back to New York City where he worked in commercials and off-Broadway, most notably in the NY production of Cary Churchill Cloud Nine directed by Tommy Tune. He was again drawn back to teaching when he received a call from Michael Patrick King (one of his former college students) to audition for the role in 2005's "The Comeback," a part King and Lisa Kudrow wrote with him in mind. After his success on the first season of the HBO comedy series, he appeared in numerous other television shows including "Will & Grace," "Arrested Development," "How I Met Your Mother" and "2 Broke Girls." When "The Comeback" was revived by HBO in 2014, he reprised his signature role co-starring opposite Kudrow as Valerie Cherish's hairdresser and "guard dog." King said of Morris' passing: "Robert Michael Morris was an inspiration to write for and to be around. His creativity was only matched by the joy and gratefulness he felt for each day he got to live his life as an artist." Morris most recently guest-starred as Stan Hoister on "The Middle." (Page Six)

Former Bond Girl Molly Peters has passed away at age 75. The announcement was made on the verified James Bond Twitter account on Tuesday. The cause of death is unknown. Peters previously starred in the 1965 film "Thunderball" opposite Sean Connery. The Daily Express reported Peters was the first Bond Girl to remove her clothes on-screen. The move not only sparked controversy, but several scenes involving Peters and Connery were ordered to be removed by The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) for being "too racy" for audiences. The BBFC did not immediately return Fox News' request for comment. The UK-based publication added that the English actress was discovered by filmmaker Terence Young. "It was exciting for me and I was very nervous since I'd never actually been on a sound stage before," Peters recalled. "In another corner of the studio, I saw this very tall, handsome man. And I remember Terence Young said to me, 'Darling, of course you know Sean, don't you?' Well, I never met Sean in my life!" Despite her fame, Peters still had trouble understanding the public's fascination with her. "Because I was blonde, I had a tan, and wore a white dress, people wanted to touch me," she said. "I found that very strange. And I think it was because of the different coloring -- I don't know. Or perhaps, in their eyes I'd become something unattainable to them. I don't know what it was." Peters wasn't the only star from the 007 franchise to pass away recently. On May 23, Roger Moore's children announced on Twitter that the former James Bond actor died at age 89. "With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that our father, Sir Roger Moore, passed away today. We are all devastated," the statement said. (Page Six)

THE OTHER STUFF . . .

Young Prince Harry Originally Couldn't Believe Princess Diana Had Died. In the days following Princess Diana's tragic death on August 31, 1997, the royal family went about business as usual. They even attended church services the very next morning without mention of her death. In fact, things seemed so normal that Prince Harry -- who was 12 at the time -- didn't actually know whether the news was real or not. Biographer Tina Brown's Channel 5 documentary Diana: 7 Days That Shook The Windsors revealed heartbreaking details about how Harry and his older brother, Prince William -- who was 15 at the time -- had to handle the painful loss. "Prince Harry actually asked his father, 'Is it true that Mummy's dead?'" Brown explained. "The children couldn't understand why everything was as normal, except a couple of hours earlier they'd been told their mother had died." According to Brown, the royals' initial reaction to Diana's death was to "do as they had always done," which meant going to church at Balmoral where they were staying due to the fact that it was a Sunday. Other than going about business as usual, another thing that caused some backlash that day was the fact that Crathie Kirk church made absolutely no mention of Diana's death during the services. This caused people to believe they were treating her with the same "cold detachment" they always had, even after her death. Royal biographer Ingrid Seward summed up the public reaction in the documentary, saying, "The first thing we saw of the boys was when they were going to church for Sunday service. And people were saying, 'How could they? These boys have just lost their mother.'" However, the documentary suggested that Queen Elizabeth II firmly believed any reference to their mother would be "heartbreaking" for William and Harry, and she even ordered all TVs and radios to be removed or hidden at Balmoral to protect them from the traumatizing details of her death on the news. As you may recall, Diana was killed in a car accident in the Pont de l'Alma road tunnel in Paris, France. Dodi Fayed and Henri Paul, the driver of the Mercedes-Benz, were also pronounced dead at the scene. Originally, people blamed the paparazzi for the accident, but it was later discovered that Paul had lost control of the car while driving drunk. Both Harry and William have opened up quite a bit in the recent months leading up to the 20th anniversary of their mother's death. They've both admitted to burying their emotions regarding such a tragic loss. Prince Harry said he learned how to shut off his feelings and only sought emotional support after he came close to several breakdowns. Prince William recently opened up to GQ about his similar experience, saying, "I am in a better place about it than I have been for a long time, where I can talk about her more openly, talk about her more honestly, and I can remember her better, and publicly talk about her better." The royal continued, "It has taken me almost twenty years to get to that stage. I still find it difficult now because at the time it was so raw." (Eonline)

Noel Crane who? Tuesday was a Felicity-filled day for Felicity Porter (err Keri Russell) and Ben Covington (a.k.a. Scott Speedman) as they reunited for both Russell's Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony in Los Angeles and a joint appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The longtime pals went down memory lane as they talked about their on-screen romance on the coming-of-age WB drama, which ran from 1998 to 2002. When talking to host Jimmy Kimmel about Felicity's infamous haircut, that Russell got in real life after season one, the actress, 41, made a quip about how Speedman was a "disaster of a boyfriend." "A young 20s boyfriend is called a disaster of a boyfriend," Russell said of Speedman, who was 23 when he landed the gig. The Animal Kingdom actor added: "Not much has changed." As for an official Felicity reunion anytime soon, both stars were less optimistic of it actually happening. "Some people are on some high-class shows," Speedman joked about Russell's FX show, The Americans, and Scott Foley's show, Scandal. "I'll do it in a heartbeat. I'll be on Lifetime in no time," he added. At the Walk of Fame reception, the pair were joined by Felicity co-creators Matt Reeves and J.J. Abrams, both of whom spoke at the ceremony. Back in October 2015, Entertainment Weekly staged a Felicity reunion between Russell and Speedman for the first time since the cult-favorite drama wrapped over 15 years ago. Also joining them was Foley, who played earnest and bookish RA Noel. Tuesday was also a big night for Russell's character on her hit FX show, The Americans. The season five finale marked the end of its penultimate installment opposite onscreen love and real-life partner Matthew Rhys. Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs weekdays at 11:35 a.m. ET on ABC. (People)

Orlando Bloom's mum has sent a copy of his CV to every national newspaper in Britain. Enthusiastic fan of Jilly Cooper, books, horses and singing. Not a made-up person. The only thing standing between a journalist and a star is usually their fearsome PR-but now Orlando Bloom's mum has proved that she's even more hardcore than that, by sending her son's CV around to every newsroom in Britain. Fed up with "repeated inaccuracies in the media" about Bloom's "upbringing and career", Sonia Copeland Bloom, 75, has written a four-page document of which The Times reports she "pointedly sent a copy to every national newsroom in the country." Mrs Copeland Bloom, a former journalist, has listed her son's filmography, his honorary degree at the university of Kent, his humanitarian awards, and patronage of the New Marlow Youth Theatre, and then added in his nine O-levels and his degree from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Full proud mum points go to adding in stats detailing his "meteoric rise to fame" and a page of reviews (good, naturally), calling her "fabulously uncomplicated and effortlessly sexy" son "lean and athletic" and "dashing and debonair" (these thankfully not from the pen of Mum.) "I have the pleasure in enclosing a copy of his CV which is both up to date and 100 per cent accurate," Bloom's mum wrote in an accompanying note. No word yet on whether any of the newsrooms has offered the Pirates of the Caribbean actor any work experience, although we'd be surprised if Page 3 hadn't shown an interest in the wake of his naked paddleboard pictures. Mrs. Copeland Bloom has form in rushing to her 40-year-old son's defense. Earlier this month, she wrote a letter to the Kentish Gazette newspaper defending her son after her was criticized for using the term "pikey" on national radio. "I think anyone listening would have known it was said jokingly about the place where he was born and bred," she wrote. "Orlando, I feel sure, was referring to the fact he enjoys mixing with people from all walks of life." Orlando's diary will be open for playdates with suitable friends soon. (British Glamour)

Is Bella Hadid dating Lewis Hamilton? They'd make one hot couple... She's been single since her very public split from The Weeknd last year, but now it looks like Bella Hadid might have a new man, Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton. The pair have been spending time together in Monaco following the Grand Prix on Sunday, where Hamilton finished seventh place. Bella wore her new favorite piece, a high-waisted thong bikini, as they took a break from partying to sunbathe on a yacht and ride around on jet skis (and we're not at all jealous). Also on board was Bella's friend, supermodel Winnie Harlow, who denied rumors that she was dating the racing driver last year. Stay tuned - the jury's still out on this one. (British Glamour)

John Daly still supports Tiger Woods in a big way -- and says the best way to hush critics after his DUI arrest is to get back on the golf course. TMZ Sports spoke with Daly -- who's famously battled alcohol issues in the past -- and John dished out some sincere advice to Tiger when it comes to avoiding DUIs in the future. Daly points out that he's never been arrested for DUI himself -- but understands how people under the influence of booze or Rx pills can make the mistakes that can lead to trouble. (TMZ)

Barron Trump was watching television Tuesday at home with Melania when Kathy Griffin's photo appeared on the screen, and his initial reaction was that something terrible happened to his father. Trump family sources tell us Barron was in front of the TV watching a show when the news came on and he saw the bloody, beheaded image. We're told he panicked and screamed, "Mommy, Mommy!" As it was put to us, "He's 11. He doesn't know who Kathy Griffin is and the head she was holding resembled his dad." Melania called out Kathy, saying what she did was disturbing, wrong and "makes you wonder about [her] mental health." (TMZ)

Apollo Nida's now taking aim at "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" in his quest to get his prenup with Phaedra Parks rendered null and void. Apollo filed docs saying the court should scrap the prenup he signed in October 2009 because several months after the ink dried ... Phaedra was cast on 'RHOA' and the money started rolling in for the couple. In the docs, obtained by TMZ, Apollo says their financial situation drastically changed for the better, and that should be taken into consideration when it comes time to divvy up the dough in their contentious divorce. Translation: The numbers don't add up in Apollo's favor under the prenup, so he wants a do-over. As we've reported ... Phaedra insists their prenup is ironclad, and Apollo's just trying to weasel out of it. Phaedra had no comment on her ex's latest filing. (TMZ)

Tori Spelling Now Owes a $220,000 Default Judgment. Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have already been fighting an uphill battle with their finances, but things have just taken a turn for the worse. E! News has obtained the court documents in which a judge ruled they will now have to pay off a $220,000 default judgment. The ruling came after the couple missed a subpoenaed court appearance last week regarding the couple's on-going legal battle with City National Bank, who is suing them after they allegedly failed to pay off a $400,000 loan from 2010. According to the docs, Tori and Dean failed to pay $185,714 plus an additional $2,407 in interest and $681 in late charges for a total of $188,803 from the 2010 loan. Additionally, the bank is asking Tori for $17,149, which she allegedly overdrew in September and has yet to repay. Thus, in total, City National Bank was seeking about $205,000 in damages from the couple. The couple missed the deadline to respond to the bank's allegations in court on May 22. Therefore, the judge granted the bank's motion for default judgement, ordering them to pay $202,066.10 to City National Bank plus an additional $17,730.56 for a grand total of $219.796.66. On top of the default judgment, the couple has faced several other financial battles over the last year. The state of California hit them with a tax lien for $259,108.23 for unpaid state taxes from 2014, according to legal documents obtained by E! News at the time. Furthermore, American Express sued Tori last year for failure to pay a $37,981.97 balance. Then, in November, she was slapped with another lawsuit by the company for failing to pay $87,594.55 on one of her American Express platinum credit cards. In September, E! News confirmed that on Aug. 11, 2016, a judge ordered Tori to repay the full $87,594 amount, plus $855 in court fees. Despite it all, Tori has never hid her struggle with finances. "It's no mystery why I have money problems. I grew up rich beyond anyone's wildest dreams. I never knew anything else," Tori wrote in her 2013 memoir, Spelling It Like It Is. "Even when I try to embrace a simpler lifestyle, I can't seem to let go of my expensive tastes. Even when my tastes aren't fancy, they're still costly. I moved houses to simplify my life, but lost almost a million dollars along the way." (Eonline)

Mohamed Hadid Pleads No Contest to Charges Involving 30,000-Square-Foot Mansion. One of Mohamed Hadid's mansions may just be a little too massive. The real estate mogul pleaded "no contest" to three charges involving erecting a structure other than what's permitted, failing to make the building conform to code and failing to comply with an order issued by the Department of Building and Safety, U.S. News confirms. While Mohamed was not physically in court Tuesday, his attorney Robert Shapiro was present to enter the "no contest" pleas. Sentencing is scheduled for June 27 where a judge will hear evidence from both Mohamed's lawyers and the plaintiffs. "These were serious violations," L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer said in a statement to LAist. "It was essential to hold the defendant accountable for committing them. We have building and safety rules for a reason, and no one is above the law. At the sentencing hearing we'll make our case for strong and appropriate sanctions." The home in question -- that is nicknamed the "Starship Enterprise" -- is described as a 30,000-square-foot mansion that features seven stories. According to city records obtained by the Los Angeles Times, many of the home's amenities went unapproved including "an entire story... created below basement level." At a hearing earlier this month, Mohamed's attorney said his client was seeking to get loans and complete the house so that it did not continue to languish. While some critics would like to see the house demolished, Mohamed previously voiced his disapproval at the possibility. "Demolish this house? Never!" Mohamed shared with Town and Country magazine. "That would really cause problems: the trucks, the dirt, the dust, the noise, the hauling. It could take years. That would be insane." He added, "This house will last forever. Bel Air will fall before this will." (Eonline)

Despite their tumultuous past, Megyn Kelly is ready to sit down with President Donald Trump. PEOPLE caught up with Kelly, 46, ahead of the premiere of her news magazine show Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly, and the incoming NBC anchor opened up about what fans can expect from the broadcast. First up, there begs the question of whether Kelly would have the president as a guest on the show -- considering she found herself at the center of a public spat with Trump, 70, throughout much of his 2016 campaign. "Heck yes," she said without hesitation. "We would not say no to the sitting president. Although, I don't think that's how we're starting it -- that's not how we're going to kick it off." So how are they kicking things off? PEOPLE can confirm interviews on the show include Russian President Vladimir Putin, author J.D. Vance and Dancing with the Stars co-host Erin Andrews. "She is strong. That woman has had to deal with a lot and to hear her tell it and to get into the specifics, many of which we've never heard before, is just ... I mean, you'll be glued to your seat," says Kelly of Andrews, who will be opening up about her stalker ordeal and cancer diagnosis. "I wasn't able to move at the end of her recitation of all that had happened." As for how Sunday Night might compare to her Fox News show The Kelly File, which concluded after she left the network in January, Kelly says the two are "vastly different products." "[The Kelly File] was one-dimensional for me," she says. "People who know me know me as much softer than the person I was in cable news, and more emotional in some ways, and I would say more spiritual. I think the beauty of this show, and frankly, the entire NBC opportunity, is that I'm going to be able to tap into all of that and feel just more well-rounded." "I'll put it to you this way: It was very, very rare that I ever cried on Fox News -- I think it happened twice in my 12 years there. And I've already cried repeatedly [at NBC]!" she says with a laugh. "I'm just a hot mess over here. But it's been lovely. The chance to feel emotion is always welcome in our jobs, so it's really been enriching for me." Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly premieres Sunday at 7 p.m. ET on NBC. (People)

Music

Andrew Garfield Dons Drag and Lip-Syncs Whitney Houston's "I'm Every Woman." Andrew Garfield, the time has come for you to lip-sync...for your life! The drag show revue Werq the World Tour stopped in London Tuesday, and Garfield just so happened to be in the audience. The Academy Award-nominated Hacksaw Ridge actor, 33, surprised fans by wearing a curly wig and lip-syncing to Whitney Houston's "I'm Every Woman." Garfield attended Tuesday's drag show with Nathan Stewart-Jarrett and Russell Tovey, his co-stars in the London revival of the play Angels in America (now playing at the National Theatre). The actor, whose impromptu performance occurred during the "Wig in a Box" segment, back-flipped and vogued as the audience went wild. "Oh my, God!" host Michelle Visage marveled. The event, staged at Troxy, featured current and former competitors on Logo's RuPaul's Drag Race, including Violet Chachki, Kim Chi, Shea Coulee, Detox, Shangela and Sasha Velor. The pre-show, meanwhile, featured local queens Joe Black, Jodie Harsh, Lydia L'Scabies and Meth. Visage posed for a photo with Garfield and actress Laverne Cox after the show and shared it on Instagram. "What a show, what a night! Thank you as always. YOU ARE MY HEART AND SOUL. Andrew Garfield, you are my new friend," she wrote. "I am SO proud of you for not just lip syncing Whitney tonight in a wig no less, but for opening your mind and heart to all it has to offer." As for the Orange Is the New Black star, Visage wrote, "You keep doing what you're doing...you are a trailblazer, a beauty and a [diamond]. I LOVE YOU #werqtheworld #tour." Now all Garfield needs is a drag mother and a stage name. (Eonline)

Train's Pat Monahan to Sing National Anthem for NBA Finals Game 1. As the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers prepare to face off for a third consecutive year in the NBA Finals on Thursday (a first in the league's 71-year history, by the way), Train frontman Pat Monahan will be lending his vocals for a performance of the national anthem before Game 1. Monahan, a Bay Area native, will also be singing in front of his hometown, as the teams invade the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. The Grammy winner is also no stranger to sports: NFL star Marshawn Lynch recently made a cameo in Train's wild "Drink Up" video. Catch Monahan's performance and Game 1 of the Finals live on ABC at 9 p.m. ET on June 1. (Billboard)

Migos, Bruno Mars, Future & More to Perform at 2017 BET Awards: Exclusive. Migos, Bruno Mars, Future, Trey Songz and Tamar Braxton are the first wave of performers set for the 2017 BET Awards. As recently announced, comedian Leslie Jones will host the awards show that will air live on Sunday, June 25 at 8 p.m. ET from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Beyonce leads this year's slate of nominees with seven nominations, followed by Mars with five nods. Additional nominees include Solange, Chance the Rapper and Migos, with four nominations apiece. The 17th annual BET Awards will cap the BET Experience at L.A. Live in Los Angeles (June 22-25). Among the talent slated for the four-day festival's various events -- including nightly concerts at the Staples Center, a celebrity basketball game and the Genius Talks series -- are: Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, Desiigner, Bryson Tiller, Rae Sremmurd, Jhene Aiko, New Edition and Wizkid. (Billboard)

Fifth Harmony Reveal First Post-Camila Single, 'Down,' Feat. Gucci Mane. Six months after five became four, Fifth Harmony have announced their first post-Camila Cabello single. The group posted an Instagram pic on Tuesday (May 30) of the cover for their upcoming single, "Down," which will feature Gucci Mane. The song is due out on June 2 and that is pretty much all we know about the track at this point. It was the second tease in two days, though at press time no music had been released. Clearly the ladies have been logging sometime in the studio. Gucci's also been grinding, recently dropping his latest project, the Metro Boomin-produced Droptopwop mixtape. (Billboard)

The Beatles' 'Sgt Pepper's' Marching to No. 1 in U.K. The Beatles' Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (EMI) is marching back to No. 1 in the U.K., a half century after it first conquered the sales chart. The remastered 50th anniversary edition of the hyper-influential album has shifted 24,000 combined sales at the halfway stage of the new chart week and grabs pole position on the Official Albums Chart Update. Sgt Pepper's takes a "considerable lead" over Ed Sheeran's Divide (Asylum) at the midweek point, according to the Official Charts Company, and will earn the chart crown if it maintains its winning position late Friday when the weekly chart is published. The Beatles' celebrated eighth album logged 27 weeks at No. 1 in 1967 and 1968 and racked up 15 consecutive weeks at the top of the Billboard 200. It's also topped its fair share of Greatest Albums of All Time lists and is recognized as the best-selling studio album in U.K. history, with more than 5 million sales. The only albums to shift more copies are greatest hits compilations from Queen and ABBA. To mark its 50-year milestone, Sgt Pepper's was released in several configurations May 26, highlighted by a six-disc set with four CDs, a DVD and Blu-ray with the remix, outtakes, mono album mix, video content, posters and a book. Check out the chart update here. (Billboard)

Movies

'Wonder Woman' Gets Banned in Lebanon. The move isn't expected to make much of a dent at the box office given that the Warner Bros. tentpole was only scheduled to play in 15 locations. Lebanon has officially banned the Warner Bros. tentpole Wonder Woman just hours before the film was set to premiere in Beirut. The decision was made by the Lebanese government, taking issue with the fact that the film's star, Gal Gadot, is Israeli and served in the military (all Israeli citizens serve in the military). Lebanon is officially at war with Israel. The move isn't expected to make much of a dent at the box office. The movie was only scheduled to play in 15 locations. It is tracking to open domestically at $87 million and is expected to do brisk business overseas. The ban was decided by a six-member Ministry of Economy committee. (Hollywood Reporter)

Snow White Parody Film Under Fire for Body Shaming. Many people are not happy about a new Snow White movie due to the message they say it promotes. Plus-size model and body image activist Tess Holliday drew attention to an ad for the upcoming English-language Korean animated film Red Shoes & the Seven Dwarfs, which shows a tall and slim Snow White standing next to a shorter and fuller-figured version of the character. It reads, "What if Snow White was no longer beautiful and the 7 Dwarfs not so short?" The movie was recently screened at the Cannes Film Festival. "How did this get approved by an entire marketing team? Why is it okay to tell young kids being fat = ugly? @ChloeGMoretz," Holliday tweeted Tuesday. Chloe Grace Moretz, who provides Snow White's voice in the movie, and the film's producers and distributor, have not commented. Many people on the Internet have, and are not happy about the ad. 'As a mother of a teenage daughter and a woman in general this is so so incredibly disturbing. #WTH," wrote Twitter user @CourtLovesLife. "No wonder kids have issues with body image," tweeted user @Quatchi1974. Enough of the size shaming. We are all unique and thus beautiful in our own way." Others seemed less fazed. "Really think people are being overly judgmental. Bad ad doesn't mean bad movie. The people working on the film know the script. We don't," wrote user @Nightw0lf414, adding, "We shouldn't get pissed or offended by things that won't bother us for the rest of our lives." Meanwhile, a trailer for the film, which hit YouTube in March, was also met with much criticism. The video shows Snow White terrifying two dwarfs by transforming from a thin woman to a fuller-figured one. "Ah, now I can breathe," she says, burping after gulping down a beverage while sitting in lingerie on an arm chair. "What is this misogyny animation?" one user wrote. "What a shame to create this stuff!" (Eonline)

Johnny Depp's "Whistle-Blower" Says She Was Told Not to Question His Sister's Spending. Johnny Depp's already ugly legal battle with his former business managers is getting even more personal, as newly unsealed deposition testimony alleges The Management Group kept him in the dark about his finances and claims the star's sister spent his money unchecked because his business manager was afraid of her. Depp sued in January, claiming TMG and its principals, Joel and Robert Mandel, treated his money as their own and cost him millions. The Mandels countersued, claiming Depp knew he was short of funds but continued to spend at a breakneck pace. Ex-TMG employee Janine Rayburn says she believes the actor didn't know the state of his finances -- and the court on Friday gave Depp the green light to amend his lawsuit to include claims arising from her testimony. The court also ruled that the transcript of Rayburn's March 2 deposition should be public. TMG fought to keep those claims under seal, citing a confidentiality agreement and claiming the woman lied under oath. L.A. Superior Court judge Teresa Beaudet found that contesting what is the truth is the very heart of litigation and keeping all such arguments confidential is not in the public interest. Rayburn was an account manager at TMG from mid-2008 through the end of 2010, and handled the day-to-day business for eight clients including Depp. She says her job entailed processing bills, depositing checks, recording investments and meeting other client needs. "I do not believe that Johnny was aware of his financial situation," Rayburn testified. "To my knowledge, financial statements were not sent to him." When cross-examined by TMG's attorney Michael Kump, Rayburn testified that she did not work on the team that prepared any cash flow analysis documents or budgets and did not have personal knowledge as to whether they were sent to Depp. "The Court's unsealing of whistle-blower testimony and the handwritten notes she took in 2010, both of which the Mandels sought to block from public view, reveal a stew of unethical and illegal acts," Depp's attorney Adam Waldman tells The Hollywood Reporter. "These acts include Joel Mandel's instructions to the whistle-blower, who served as Mr. Depp's account manager for two and a half years, to falsely notarize 'fake' documents and to alter numbers in his financial statements, all of which instructions she repeatedly refused." She claims one of those instructions was to notarize Depp's signature on a document when he wasn't present. "I have no idea what the transaction was for," she said during her deposition. "It was only the signature pages, so I couldn't tell." Rayburn claims her refusal to commit those acts and her questions about the handling of Depp's account got her fired, although at the time she was told it was because she "wasn't a good fit." Her severance agreement shows she was paid $40,000; she agreed not to divulge confidential information and the parties agreed not to disparage each another. TMG maintains that Rayburn is a "serial liar" who is disgruntled about her firing. "Under cross-examination, Janine Rayburn fully admitted that she was not part of the team at TMG that created Depp's financial statements and that she has absolutely no personal knowledge regarding what TMG told Depp about his finances," says attorney Kump. "Depp's reliance on Rayburn's highly speculative statements is ridiculous. Indeed, the one conversation Rayburn claims to have overheard while at TMG confirms that Depp and his closest advisers have been discussing Depp's tremendous spending problems for at least a decade." Rayburn says she had a feeling she was going to be fired, so she made notes about things she thought were "odd" with plans to tell Robert Mandel and Howard Leiter about her concerns. In her notes, she calls the former an "idiot" and says he didn't believe her. Also in those handwritten notes, entered as an exhibit, Rayburn calls Depp's sister Christi Dembrowski a "nasty bitch" and says Mandel did whatever she wanted because he was afraid of her. Dembrowski runs her brother's production company and brought TMG to him in the late '90s, as part of a short list of other potential business managers for him to interview. Rayburn claims the company was using Depp's money to pay for Dembrowski's personal expenses -- including her daughter's wedding, trips and a new pool -- without express permission from the star. She says she asked Dembrowski about the spending on two occasions and "her response was, 'he's my brother. My money is his money. His money is mine.'" (Dembrowksi's attorney Dylan Ruga did not immediately respond to a request for comment.) Waldman says Rayburn's claims are more than just one half of a he-said-she-said equation. "Mr. Depp's forensic accountants Edward White & Co., and Miriam Fisher, head of the tax department at Latham & Watkins, have independently verified many of the whistle-blower's most damning allegations," he says. "One is that Joel Mandel apparently altered financial statements before they were submitted to banks. The Mandels' purpose in securing over $75 million in bank loans in Mr. Depp's name was to use the loans to pay themselves and Mr. Depp's entertainment lawyer over $70 million in improper contingent fees and to shovel out nearly $10 million to third parties as sham 'loans' without Mr. Depp's knowledge." "The idea that Johnny Depp borrowed 1 cent to pay TMG or his entertainment lawyer, Jake Bloom, without his knowledge is libelous and beyond outrageously false," says Kump. "At trial, Depp will be proven to be a liar and a fraud." Further, a TMG spokesman called claims that Mandel was afraid to defy Dembrowski "absurd" and questioned why Depp would want Rayburn's testimony to be public while fighting that of his former reps. "It's more than ironic that Johnny Depp and his attorneys are relying on the testimony of a low-level employee who lied numerous times but filed motions late Friday to quash testimony from two of Depp's closest advisors and critical witnesses in the case, Jake Bloom and UTA's Tracy Jacobs." Waldman says that argument is irrelevant. "We would not stop anyone from testifying in this fraud case," he says. "The suggestion that a common motion to limit an overbroad subpoena request bears any resemblance to the Mandels' failed attempts to muzzle and then hide a whistle-blower's testimony regarding their illegal conduct is absurd." Depp unceremoniously ended his relationship with TMG in 2016, shortly after the firm advised him to start liquidating real estate assets to pay his bills. He then hired White, who discovered the alleged misconduct while reviewing the actor's finances. Depp claims TMG cost him $8 million in unnecessary tax penalties and fees, loaned without permission $10 million of his money to parties close to him, secured a $12.5 million hard money loan with his residuals and failed to repay itself for a $5 million bridge loan it issued without his knowledge, which triggered nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings on his Hollywood Hills home. While TMG maintains it did everything it could to keep the star financially afloat and Depp was aware of the situation. It's too early to definitively say how Beaudet will handle this case, but her recent decision favoring transparency is a strong indication that much of what plays out leading up to the 2018 trial will be public. (Hollywood Reporter)

TV

Vanessa Hudgens Joins So You Think You Can Dance as a Judge. Vanessa Hudgens is hopping on the hot tamale train. The actress, known for such classics as High School Musical and Spring Breakers, is officially joining the judging panel on So You Think You Can Dance alongside Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy. Hudgens has never served as a permanent reality show judge before, but did serve as a guest judge in a 2016 episode of Project Runway. However, she did show off some serious dance skills as Rizzo in the Fox's Grease Live early last year, so we don't doubt her dancing expertise or her charm. She will make her judging debut in the June 12 premiere. "I am so excited for Vanessa to join Mary and me on the judging panel for the 14th season of So You Think You Can Dance," Lythgoe said in a statement. "There was instant chemistry in the audition rounds, and I know the SYTYCD fans will love her as much as we do. Vanessa is an accomplished artist and brings her own brand of enthusiasm and energy to our panel." After a Next Generation season of dancers between the ages of 8 and 13, and featuring judges Paula Abdul, Jason Derulo, and Maddie Ziegler along with Lythgoe, SYTYCD is returning to its roots. Season 14 will feature dancers ages 18 to 30, along with all-star partnerships and the return of judge Mary Murphy, who left after season 11. So You Think You Can Dance premieres Monday, June 12 on Fox. (Eonline)

Animaniacs May Be Coming Back to a TV Near You. Sit back and relax and get ready to laugh 'til you collapse, because Animaniacs is apparently on its way back. Thanks to Steven Spielberg and Amblin Television, the beloved cartoon variety show is reportedly being rebooted, though no network is currently attached and Warner Brothers declined to comment. The original Daytime Emmy-winning series, which ran from 1993 to 1995 on Fox Kids and Kids' WB, starred the three Warner siblings named Yakko, Wakoo, and Dot and featured a variety of segments, including "Pinky and the Brain" (which was later spun off) and a very catchy song about the state capitols. After the show arrived on Netflix last year, it was announced that the original voices of Yakko, Wakko, and Dot -- Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, and Tress MacNeille respectively -- would be heading out on an Animaniacs tour, which had its first tour date in April. IndieWire was the first to report the news. Animaniacs is not alone in terms of returning beloved kids' & cartoon series. Netflix is working on a new Magic School Bus starring Kate McKinnon, as well as an animated Carmen Sandiego series starring Gina Rodriguez. Samurai Jack also came back to Adult Swim earlier this year, and the Powerpuff Girls returned to Cartoon Network in 2016. Are you excited for more Animaniacs? What other series do you want to see brought back from the dead? How many state capitols can you name thanks to that very educational tune? (Eonline)

It's the End of Bloodline, But What About a Damages Revival? This is it, Bloodline fans, this is the end. "We've really crafted something here that goes to deep emotional places... that feel true to the world and the characters," co-creator Todd A. Kessler told E! News ahead of the final season dropping on Netflix. "Ideally the audience will be very entertained, surprised and hopefully very satisfied." E! News spoke with Kessler and Norbert Leo Butz, Kevin Rayburn on the Netflix series, before season three premiered and the two revealed what they walked away with from the three-season drama. "I took a dolphin statue I think," Butz said. "My sunburn, my tan leathery skin." Kessler had replicas of the Rayburn family sign made and took one home. At the end of the day, Butz said he'd miss "just about everything" about Bloodline. "You just don't get writing like this very often, you don't get showrunners like this... it's just a great company with Netflix and then the best actors you can hope to work with... It's a once in a lifetime job. The bar is set so high for me with the next TV gig," Butz said. But is it really the end? Revivals are all the rage in TV these days, but this is it for the Rayburns, Kessler said. "I think this is it. I think the Rayburns will have a drafting affect on me, personally, for quite some time. Just in terms of thinking about them, but how this season and series ends, as Norbert was saying, provides an end to the story," he told us. But what about Damages, Kessler's Emmy-winning legal drama series starring Glenn Close as Patty Hewes and Rose Byrne as Ellen Parsons? "We have not discussed that. I would highly doubt that, but anything is possible," Kessler teased. Bloodline season three is now streaming on Netflix. (Eonline)

Wendy Williams tearfully paid tribute to a Manchester victim during her talk show on Tuesday, May 30. Martyn Hett, who was one of the 22 people killed after Ariana Grande's concert last week, was supposed to visit Williams' show. "Martyn was supposed to be in our Wendy audience this week. He saved for two years to have a fabulous time in New York and come to our show. He called it a trip of a lifetime on his social media," the host, 52, explained. "He's remembered as a man who loved life, like all my people, who loved life with passion, courage and laughter." Williams spoke with a friend of Hett's in London who said that Hett would have been floored by the tribute. The TV personality then showed the audience the empty seat where Hett would have sat. "So Martyn, in honor of you, we're keeping that chair open," she said. "And our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family." As previously reported, more than 50 others were also injured during the May 22 suicide bombing. Grande, 23, who was physically unharmed, will hold a benefit concert in Manchester on Sunday, June 4, with Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and more. (US Weekly)

Ariana Grande's Manchester Benefit Concert: ITV Moves 'Britain's Got Talent' Finale. "ITV and 'Britain's Got Talent' have no desire to distract from this important cause," says a statement about the change from Sunday to Saturday. Ariana Grande's charity concert in Manchester on Sunday has led U.K. TV giant ITV to move the season finale of its hit competition show Britain's Got Talent from that night to Saturday. The season-11 finale of the show, created by Simon Cowell and featuring a panel of judges that includes Cowell and Amanda Holden, will now air at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, while the British Soap Awards is being moved from Saturday night to Tuesday at 8 p.m., ITV said. In the U.K., Grande's concert will air live Sunday on BBC TV, BBC radio and Capital Radio Networks. "Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert is bringing artists and the public together and will raise funds for the Red Cross' Manchester Emergency Fund," ITV said in a statement. "ITV and Britain's Got Talent have no desire to distract from this important cause." Grande will be joined by such big names as Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, Usher, Niall Horan and Take That at Manchester's Old Trafford cricket ground two weeks after a bomber killed 22 people after a Grande concert in the city. (Hollywood Reporter)

Scott Pelley is out at "CBS Evening News," Page Six has exclusively learned. Sources tell us that 'Poison Pelley's' office was being cleared out on Tuesday while the anchor was away on an assignment for the network's news magazine "60 Minutes." We're told that he's being shifted permanently to "60 Minutes." Insiders tell us that CBS News president David Rhodes "is making [Pelley] move to '60 Minutes,'?" and that the pair "don't get on." Another TV insider said while Pelley's ratings have been down, "There's also been friction between him and [Rhodes]." Added a source, "[Pelley] was pushed out of the 'Evening News.' It's been coming for a long time. This could have been handled better -- [Pelley] is away on a story, and they're cleaning out his office. It's not the correct way to treat the face of CBS news." No replacement has yet been named, but CBS has a deep bench of anchors who can fill in. Sources say there was confusion on Tuesday among staff at CBS's Hell's Kitchen headquarters as workers began dismantling the office of Pelley -- dubbed 'Poison Pelley' by Page Six after he yelled at a reporter in 2013, "You wouldn't last 10 seconds at CBS News!" Others insist Pelley is moving to the "60 Minutes" offices. We reported in December that Pelley was on his way out of the anchor chair on the flagship news show -- where he has sat since he succeeded Katie Couric in 2011. At the time, the network denied the story, telling us, "There's no truth to this." But now, there is a lot of truth to it. CBS News didn't comment. (Page Six)\

It's Kathy Griffin who's been cut off ... by CNN, because she was just fired by the network, which means she will not ring in 2018 with Anderson Cooper. The network is reacting to the photo of Kathy holding a bloody, beheaded image of Donald Trump. Her apology clearly wasn't enough for CNN. As we reported, Anderson Cooper also lashed out at his former co-host and friend, saying, "For the record, I am appalled by the photo shoot Kathy Griffin took part in. It is clearly disgusting and completely inappropriate." Griffin did the New Year's Eve special since 2007. (TMZ)

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