Wednesday, December 6, 2017

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

The Big Bang Theory's Melissa Rauch Gives Birth to Baby Girl. Congratulations are in order for Melissa Rauch! The Big Bang Theory star announced the birth of her first child on Instagram Monday night. "I am beyond over the moon to share that our beautiful baby girl, Sadie Rauch, has arrived and our hearts are bursting at the seams with love for her," she shared with her followers. "I will never take for granted the difficult road it took to get here." Melissa added, "To those on that road: I'm sending you so much love today and always." Back in July, the actress first announced she was expecting in an essay for Glamour.com. In the personal letter, Melissa detailed her long road to motherhood that also included a miscarriage. "Here is the only statement regarding my pregnancy that doesn't make me feel like a complete fraud: 'Melissa is expecting her first child. She is extremely overjoyed, but if she's being honest, due to the fact that she had a miscarriage the last time she was pregnant, she's pretty much terrified at the moment that it will happen again,'" Melissa, who is married to Winston Rauch, began. "'She feels weird even announcing this at all, and would rather wait until her child heads off to college to tell anyone, but she figures she should probably share this news before someone sees her waddling around with her mid-section protruding and announces it first.'" The actress, who plays Dr. Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz on the CBS sitcom, also admitted that reading pregnancy announcements while struggling with fertility issues "felt like a tiny stab in the heart." Ultimately, the actress believes her experiences will impact her parenting style going forward. "I know it's made me grateful for every moment of my current pregnancy, and I hope it will make me a better mother in some capacity when I can finally hold the child that has been in my heart in my arms," she wrote. "To all the women out there who are dealing with fertility issues, have gone through a miscarriage or are going through the pain of it currently, allow me to leave you with this message: You are not alone. And, it is perfectly OK to not be OK right now." (Eonline)

Top Chef's Gail Simmons Pregnant With Baby No. 2. Top Chef's Gail Simmons has got a bun in the oven! A rep for Simmons confirmed to People that the Top Chef judge is pregnant with her second child. In a statement, Simmons and husband Jeremy Abrams said, "We are thrilled that a sibling is on the way for our daughter Dahlia Rae, who is almost 4." The celebrity chef and her music executive husband wed in a picturesque ceremony that was featured in Martha Stewart's back in 2008, before welcoming their first daughter in December 2014. Throughout her first pregnancy, Simmons admitted to People that it was a total breeze. "I really can't complain. It's been amazing," she said at the time. "I feel great and I have lots of energy. I still have a few months left, and then the actual parenting begins!" And pregnancy isn't slowing this successful celeb down. Simmons will continue to promote her new cookbook, Bringing It Home: Favorite Recipes from a Life of Adventurous Eating, which was released this October. Luckily, the mom-to-be will be able to take a much needed break from her judging duties, as filming has ended for the fifteenth season of Top Chef. Viewers can catch Simmons, along with host Padma Lakshmi and co-judges Tom Colicchio and Graham Elliot, when the "biggest, most epic installment" of Top Chef premieres Friday, December 7 on Bravo. Congratulations, Gail! (Eonline)

Matthew Morrison on Being a 'Present and Proactive' Father to Son: 'He's Teaching Me So Much'. Matthew Morrison is an actor and musician, and most importantly father to 7-week-old son Revel James Makai. The father of one, 39, recently told PEOPLE about his daddy-baby bonding time and the joys of newfound parenting as well as Sherpapa Supply Co., his line of gear and accessories designed for the modern dad and family man, which landed a coveted spot on Gwyneth Paltrow's goop gift guide this holiday season. "I revel in his bravery. It sounds weird but with especially with everything going on right now, he's so brave to come into this world. He's teaching me so much," Morrison said about his only child. "He can't talk to me yet but he's forcing me to learn how to communicate with someone who is trying to communicate with me. It's a lesson in patience. I've never been impatient with my child. I know a lot of parents can be," the star continued. "I'm learning how to communicate with him about him and what every burp and fart means." The Glee alum and Zach McDuffie, a photographer, entrepreneur and father to a three-year-old little girl, launched Sherpapa Supply Co. to create quality products for all parents. (Morrison and McDuffie recommend their popular reversible blanket for a future Christmas gift!) "Zach's the best example for me of a present, proactive father and that's what I want to be so it's been a great journey. It informs who I am as a father," Morrison said about building his lifestyle brand and raising his son. "I'm ready for anything, I'm so prepared. I love being prepared and that's basically why we started this company. Sometimes having a kid is planning a NASA launch." One particular thing he's recently proud of is his son's growth. "[Revel] moved out of his newborn diapers so he's on the next stage of diapers which is very exciting. But we actually try to do the diapers that aren't really diapers, the cloth diapers. It's a lot of washing, a lot of laundry. It's eco-friendly and we're trying to do that as much as we can," Morrison said. "The biggest one I would say I felt like for the first time maybe in the last week he saw me for the first time," he added. "He actually had that recognition and he smiled. I can't wait until we make him laugh and to hear his laugh." (People)

Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes Step Out at Same New York City Event. In the same room at the same time?! Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes made a rare appearance, albeit separately, at an event in New York City on Monday evening. The widely-speculated couple stepped out to support Prive Revaux Eyewear's flagship store launch, and E! News has exclusive details on their night out on the town. An eyewitness says Jamie, who is a brand partner for the eyewear line, arrived at 7:30 p.m. Looking suave in a gray wool coat, black jeans and a coordinating T-shirt, the celeb was seen mingling with fans and store employees. Our insider says Jamie then made his way to the DJ booth, and got the dance floor all the way turned up. "He was very friendly and had great energy," the source explains. As Foxx brought Odell Beckham Jr. onstage to hype the crowd up, we're told that's when Katie showed up "looking flawless." She channeled old school Hollywood glam in a satin LBD, which she paired with a vintage pink coat and black pumps. After leaving the DJ booth, the eyewitness says Jamie went into the back room where Katie had just entered. The actress ultimately departed without her rumored boyfriend, who stayed at the event for a while longer. Their latest outing comes almost three months after the A-listers hit several New York Fashion Week events. Their romance was seemingly confirmed in September when photographs of the pair holding hands on a Malibu beach made their way online. An E! News source described the coastal getaway as a "romantic date," sharing, "They went in the water and were splashing around, flirting and getting close." Despite never having addressed they're relationship status, Katie and Jamie have been linked romantically for upwards of four years and appear stronger than ever as one of Hollywood's most undercover pairings. "They are really happy," an insider previously told us. "It's easy and they are for sure very much in love." (Eonline)

Pink Reveals Important Dating Advice She Gave Daughter Willow. Pink recently gave some important advice to her daughter, Willow. The 38-year-old Beautiful Trauma singer is on the cover of Cosmopolitan's Jan. 2018 edition and inside the magazine, she revealed the advice she gave her 6-year-old daughter about dating. "She said to me the other day, 'How many boys can I have at once?' And I said, 'Excuse me?' I said, 'Probably none of them because they won't deserve you,'" she shared. "'They have to be kind, respectful, they have to be chivalrous, they have to be good to their moms, they have to be good looking, they have to be funny.'" Pink also dished to the magazine about the one famous woman she most admires. "Ellen DeGeneres," she said. "She always leads with kindness." When asked her hopes on womankind, Pink shared, "Equality, safety & respect." And when it comes to the one thing that people get wrong about Pink, it's "that I'm angry." But she would later say that she's "bats--t" because one fictional character she identifies with is Angelina Jolie's character in Girl, Interrupted. Pink also subtly addressed those Christina Aguilera feud rumors. When asked to describe certain duet partners in one word, Pink was first presented with Christina and Kenny Chesney. For Christina, Pink said "forgiven," while for Kenny, she said "charming." She was then asked about Nate Ruess and India.Arie. She described Nate as "(Pain-in-the-a--) voice!" While India. Arie she said, "F--kin awesome." She then described Sia as "Looney tunes," and Eminem "genius." The Jan. 2018 Issue of Cosmopolitan hits newsstands on Dec. 12. (Eonline)

Long Island Medium's Theresa and Larry Caputo Reveal What Went Wrong in Their Marriage. The truth about Theresa Caputo and Larry Caputo's marriage is stepping forward. One day after the couple announced that they had separated after 28 years, fans are getting a glimpse into what really went wrong with this famous TLC pair. On Monday's season finale of Long Island Medium, Larry opened up like never before about the state of his marriage. At the same time, he gave clues into what led to the split. "We're having a difficult time. I think a lot of the frustration has to do with us not spending the time together anymore," he explained to his close friend Danny. "Along with that comes the lack of communication so it's like losing your best friend. It's hard." Larry continued, "As much as I try to busy myself so I'm not thinking about it, it's still there. I know it's very trying for the both of us. I don't want to make it just about me. I know it's the same for Theresa also." In recent episodes, Theresa has opened up about her marriage to close friends. During the night's episode, the There's More to Life Than This author decided it was time to enjoy a girls' getaway to Nashville in order to evaluate her marriage. "Things at home have been really stressful lately and Larry and I have hit a bump in our relationship. And unfortunately, the truth is we're considering spending some time apart," she explained. "So, I've been trying to get my mind off of things by being more adventurous." Theresa added, "It's weird because sometimes it's like living two lives. In my work, I am crazy focused and in my life, my feelings and emotions are all over the place." Ultimately, the pair released a joint statement Sunday asking for privacy during their legal separation. The proud parents also made it clear that they are united in supporting their family that includes two children Larry Jr. and Victoria. "We're at a point where even the therapist is saying that maybe you should take a break from each other. I think the thing that bothers me right now is I don't know what the outcome of this is going to be and I just can't imagine our lives not together," Larry explained on Monday night's episode. "I just don't know where our lives would go from there." Long Island Medium airs Monday nights at 9 p.m. only on TLC. (Eonline)

Blake Lively Injured on Set of The Rhythm Section, Production Temporarily Suspended. Production on The Rhythm Section has been temporarily suspended after Blake Lively suffered an injury on set. A statement from the production company to E! News read, "Paramount, Global Road (formerly known as IM Global) and producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli confirmed that filming has been temporarily suspended on The Rhythm Section as Blake Lively sustained an injury to her hand whilst filming an action sequence. Production will resume as soon as possible." Lively has not commented publicly on the incident and E! News has reached to her rep for further comment. The A-list actress was recently photographed on the Dublin, Ireland movie set, her famous blond waves traded in for a blunt black blob. Directed by Reed Morano and based on the thriller novel series by Mark Burnell, the movie hones in on a woman (played by Lively) seeking revenge on those responsible for her family's plane crash. Unfortunately for Lively, this isn't the first time she's faced a medical emergency at work. While filming The Shallows, the actress was this close to breaking her nose. As she explained exclusively to E! News, "There's a scene in the movie where I'm under [a rusty metal] buoy and I pull up and I crack my nose on the buoy and I have this bloody nose. That was not a part of the movie -- that's something that happened while shooting!" She continued, "I thought I was either going to pass out or like my nose was going to look like a Picasso painting or I was going to have a really, really cool scene. Luckily, we ended up with a cool scene." And then in 2014, Blake slipped and fell down a hill while the cameras rolled on The Age of Adeline, leaving her with a bloody cut on her hand. Wishing Blake a speedy recovery! The Rhythm Section will hit theaters February 22, 2019. It's unclear if Lively's injury will impact the release. (Eonline)

John Mayer was admitted to a New Orleans hospital early Tuesday for an emergency appendectomy, his rep confirms to PEOPLE. "Early this morning, John Mayer was admitted into the hospital for emergency appendectomy forcing the Dead & Company December 5th concert in New Orleans to be postponed," a statement reads. TMZ reports the musician is currently undergoing surgery. The Grateful Dead offshoot are wrapping up their fall tour, which was expected to end Friday in Florida. Mayer, 40, also has a number of upcoming solo dates on the books, although it is unclear when he may be well enough to get back on the road. (People)

Danny Masterson Fired From Netflix Over Sexual Assault Allegations: "I'm Obviously Very Disappointed." After being accused of sexually assaulting three women in the early 2000s, Danny Masterson has been fired from Netflix. "As a result of ongoing discussions, Netflix and the producers have written Danny Masterson out of The Ranch," a Netflix spokesperson told E! News via a statement. "Yesterday was his last day on the show, and production will resume in early 2018 without him." Masterson released the following statement following the termination: "I am obviously very disappointed in Netflix's decision to write my character off of The Ranch," he wrote. "From day one, I have denied the outrageous allegations against me. Law enforcement investigated these claims more than 15 years ago and determined them to be without merit. I have never been charged with a crime, let alone convicted of one." The statement continued, "In this country, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. However, in the current climate, it seems as if you are presumed guilty the moment you are accused. I understand and look forward to clearing my name once and for all. In the meantime, I want to express my gratitude to the cast and crew that I've worked so closely with over the past three seasons. I wish them nothing but success. I am also so thankful to the fans that have supported me and continue to do so." This isn't the first time Masterson has refuted the allegations. He previously denied any wrongdoing and said the "false allegations appear to be motivated to boost" the anti-Scientology series starring Leah Remini, who reportedly encouraged one of the accusers to report the actor to the police. The Los Angeles Police Department previously confirmed it was conducting an investigation. "The Los Angeles Police Department Robbery Homicide Division, Sexual Assault Section, is conducting an investigation involving the actor Danny Masterson," the Los Angeles Police Department previously told E! News via a statement. "Three women have come forward and disclosed that they were sexually assaulted by Masterson during the early 2000's." Masterson's lawyer previously told Vanity Fair the L.A.P.D. "investigated this matter twice. The first time in 2004 and then again earlier this year. Both investigations have been closed. No charges have been filed against our client. Any suggestion that there is 'overwhelming' evidence against Mr. Masterson flies in the face of reason. If there were overwhelming evidence of felony conduct against anyone, let alone a celebrity, law enforcement would arrest and charge that individual immediately." Netflix has already aired one and a half seasons of The Ranch. The series is a multi-camera comedy series that also features Ashton Kutcher, Sam Elliot, Wilmer Valderrama and Debra Winger. (Eonline)

Dustin Hoffman got into a heated war of words with HBO host John Oliver on Monday night during a public Q&A session after he questioned the actor about recent sexual harassment allegations that were made against him. "You've made one statement in print -- does that feel like enough to you?" Oliver asked, in reference to an apology Hoffman made after he was publicly accused by a former production assistant in The Hollywood Reporter last month. "First of all, it didn't happen, the way she reported," the actor said, according to Deadline. To which Oliver replied, "It's that part of the response to this stuff that pisses me off. It is reflective of who you were. You've given no evidence to show that it didn't happen. There was a period of time when you were creeping around women. It feels like a cop-out to say, 'Well, this isn't me.' Do you understand how that feels like a dismissal?" Hoffman fired back, "You weren't there." "I'm glad," Oliver said. The event -- which was held to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Hoffman's film, "Wag the Dog" -- lasted roughly an hour and was filled with heated exchanges throughout the night, Deadline reports. "You've put me on display here," Hoffman told Oliver at one point. "You have indicted me... That's not innocent until proven guilty." The actor repeatedly tried to blame the time period for his actions, saying the atmosphere was different back then when the alleged abuse occurred. This prompted Oliver to go back on the offensive. "I don't love that answer either," the British comedian said. "What response do you want?" Hoffman asked. "It doesn't feel self-reflective in the way it seems the incident demands," replied Oliver. "I get no pleasure from this conversation," he added. "But you and I are not the victims here." Referencing reports in THR and Variety, Hoffman said: "Do you believe this stuff you're reading?" In response, Oliver flat-out said that he did "because she would have no reason to lie." Moments later, a person in the crowd shouted: "Thank you for believing women." (Page Six)

Dominick DeLuca, a former heavy-metal MTV VJ and co-owner of Brooklyn Projects skateboard shop in LA, will never forget the day Kevin Spacey allegedly assaulted him in 1997. In an open letter on his private Instagram account addressing Spacey, DeLuca said he was bent over some boxes in the storeroom of his LA shop looking for a hoodie for Spacey. "You came behind me and pulled my long hair and slammed your pelvis into my bent over body," DeLuca, a k a Brooklyn Dom, wrote. "You grabbed my ass, to which I said to you, 'I ain't down with that gay s–t' ... you replied, 'Everyone is gay for pay in LA at some point.'" A friend of DeLuca's arrived at the store "and basically saved the day," he wrote. "I was f–ked up by what you did for years but kept it inside ... to the point I needed therapy and eventually antidepressants." DeLuca, a friend of Justin Bieber and Vin Diesel, told me he was reluctant to tell his story because, "I don't want to look like I'm a fame whore." But he wants people to know that anyone can be a victim. "This doesn't just happen to young kids or females. It can happen to the straightest of the straight, like myself," DeLuca wrote. To Spacey, he said, "I hope you can somehow try and understand all the pain you've given people and hope you can come to realize that you're a predator, plain and simple." Spacey's lawyer Todd Rubenstein referred me to an e-mail address for Spacey's spokeswoman, who did not respond to questions. (Page Six)

Katy Perry and the Archdiocese of L.A. just won $15 million. Katy had a deal to buy a convent from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. It's unclear, but it looks like Katy want to use the convent as a home. Thing is, a restaurant owner named Dana Hollister claimed she had already bought the convent from 2 nuns. The Archdiocese went to the nuns and said they had no right to sell the property. That launched a 2-year battle over who had the right to sell the property. The jury determined Katy and the Archdiocese had the valid deal and were damaged because it never went through. Katy got $5 million from Hollister and the Archdiocese got $10 million which represented the profit it would have made off Katy. (TMZ)

Pierce Brosnan is being sued for carelessly started a fire that partially torched his neighbor's house. A fire ignited at Pierce's Malibu home in 2015 and spread to his neighbor Alexander Haagen's house, which would not have been damaged but for the fact that Pierce failed to properly dispose of rags that were susceptible to spontaneous combustion. Haagen got paid for the damage by his insurance company and now the insurance company has turned around and sued the former Bond star. Brosnan's home was extensively damaged in the blaze. (TMZ)

THE OTHER STUFF . . .

Alfonso Ribeiro named Entertainer of the Year. On Sunday, the Caucus for Producers, Writers, & Directors held its 35th annual awards dinner to both honor some of the men and women in the entertainment industry who work behind the scenes and to recognize some of the up-and-coming talent that received grants from the caucus. "We have for years honored people behind the scenes. Everybody thinks about celebrities, but behind the celebrities are all the people that make this industry work; that's all of us," said Tanya Hart, co-chair of the caucus. Hart emphasized the importance of recognizing new talent in the entertainment industry and maintaining a diverse population of honorees because those filmmakers would one day be in a position to effect change in the industry. The evening's hosts, "Grey's Anatomy" star James Pickens, Jr. and "Dexter" star Aimee Garcia, began the night's events by honoring the six filmmakers selected by the caucus to receive grants. Among the night's other honorees were Alfonso Ribeiro, who received the entertainer of the year award, and Michele Nasraway, who received the distinguished service award. "This is one of the awards that I'll look back on and truly love. That producers, directors, and writers are giving me an award is special, and what the caucus does by giving back and taking care of aspiring young filmmakers is very special," Ribeiro said. Ribeiro also commented on the future of diversity in Hollywood, saying that change is happening, but at a slow pace. "As the producers change from men to women and people of color, they will hire people that represent them. Stories in Hollywood are told from a first-person perspective and when the writers are writing from their perspectives and the projects are being produced, that's when you're going to have real change in the business." (PageSix)

Prince Harry Asks Prince William to Be His Best Man. From big brother to best friend and now best man, Prince William is slated to take on the role as Prince Harry's best man in his 2018 wedding to Meghan Markle. An insider tells E! News that the betrothed royal has already asked William to be his best man when Harry and Meghan tie the knot at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle this May. The source adds that Kate Middleton will not have a role in the nuptials, as she will have her hands full with three children (she's due to give birth in April) and plans to stay in the pews for the ceremony. Speaking of children, the insider informs E! News that Harry's niece and nephew, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, will have roles on the day of the wedding, as will Isabel Veronica Mulroney, the daughter of Meghan's best friend Jessica Mulroney and husband Ben Mulroney. Traditionally, there isn't a "best man" at a royal wedding. Instead grooms have "supporters." Prince Charles asked brothers Prince Andrew and Prince Edward to be his "supporters" when he married Princess Diana in 1981. However, Prince William broke with tradition and had Harry be his best man when he married Middleton in 2011. Kate's sister Pippa Middleton served as maid of honor. Clarence House announced last Monday that Prince Harry and the Suits star were engaged. The 33-year-old royal asked the 36-year-old American actress to marry him while cooking a chicken dinner at home in London. The proposal came a year and a half after they started secretly dating. At the time of the proposal, E! News reported that Prince Harry has informed Queen Elizabeth II and other close members of the royal family, and he asked Meghan's parents' permission before he proposed. The wedding will occur at the 14th century chapel that has been home to a long line of royal weddings beginning in 1863 and continuing into 2005, where Prince Harry's father, Prince Charles, and his stepmother, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, received a blessing on their wedding day. According to Kensington Palace, the Royal Family will pay for the wedding. (Eonline)

Meghan Markle Under Fire: Why Is the Future Princess the Subject of So Much Scrutiny? So much for the honeymoon phase. It's barely been a week since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their royal engagement, and already there is a bit of a cloud over the festivities. Post-engagement bliss is supposed to be exactly that: Living in a bit of a dream state while you savor all of the congratulations and kind words, marvel at the shiny new rock that one of you is wearing, and hopefully there are some presents, too. When you're a member (or member-to-be) of the Royal Family that time also includes the requisite photo opps, media attention and a major upgrade in glam squad. And Harry and Meghan have all that, sure -- her luscious locks are all the evidence we need -- but lately some major drama has been threatening to get in the way of all that. It started, as most of these familial scandals do, with an expose in The Daily Mail. One of Markle's childhood friends not only shared (and in all likelihood sold) a veritable boatload of private photos, covering everything from school plays to family vacations to her first wedding, but gave a revealing -- and some would say entirely disloyal -- interview. The subject matter ranged from the relatively innocent, like how they became inseparable in elementary school and what it was like to the all-girls private school, to more hurtful revelations like the fact that this friend believes that fame "changed" Meghan. A headline even circulated that the friend "blamed" Markle for the destruction of her first marriage. To add insult to injury, Markle's half-sister, Samantha Markle, has been telling anyone and everyone, well, anything and everything they want to know about the future royal. It's widely known that the two women aren't close (it's unknown the last time they even spoke) and it's worth mentioning that she has plans to release a book called The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister, so the timing of these interviews is anything but random. Samantha dished about whether Meghan will ask her father to walk her down the aisle and admitted that the relationship with Harry "created a rift" among the family. The future princess' uncle has also welcomed photographers into his home and spoke about the upcoming nuptials -- while his comments were decidedly more positive and not at all disparaging, it still represents a phenomenon that all those who experience near-instant fame have endured: When anyone you've ever met or spoken to comes out of the woodwork for their own 15 minutes (or 15 seconds) of fame. Kate Middleton went through the same thing when she began the public portion of her relationship with Prince William. It started before the engagement was official with the British press dubbing her "Waity Katie," in reference to her perceived patience inregards to getting the ring. (Perceived being the keyword: There is no evidence to actually suggest that Middleton was sitting around praying for an engagement to save her). During their courtship, several of Kate's college friends spoke to the press about what she was like pre-fame and what it was like to watch the future King fall in love with the future Duchess -- all without Kate's blessing, it can be assumed. There were leaked photos of everything from dorm room fun to that infamous lingerie fashion show. One reason for this woodwork phenomenon is, of course, the attention. But much of the sudden scrutiny that Meghan and Kate were (and are) subjected to take on a disturbingly misogynistic angle. It's hard to imagine that the love life Princess Charlotte's future boyfriends will be put up for as much public debate. Much of the negative talking points around Meghan relate back to her first marriage, often failing to recognize that her ex-husband was just as much involved in the divorce as she was. And, simply to play the devil's advocate, Prince Harry doesn't exactly have a squeaky-clean background. With his near-constant partying, the Nazi Halloween costume scandal and the shock of the nude photos that resulted from a wild Las Vegas night, he certainly wouldn't pass muster if he was subjected to the same scrutiny. The press is allowing Markle's former "friends" to subtly slut-shame her while failing to mention that Harry has been through his fair share of partners. But the real question during all of this is: Does it even matter? Will the headline-hungry people from Meghan's past have any bearing on her current happiness? The short answer is no. After all, despite what her friends and relatives may say to the tabloids, she gets the last laugh and the man of her dreams. Prince Harry is used to this level of scrutiny and by all accounts there is no amount of bad press that could change his mind. He's shown to be fiercely protective of Markle, starting at his insistence in the palace's unprecedented statement in defense of Meghan that was issued at the beginning of their public relationship. Given his familiarity with news cycles, there's a good chance that the future Royal couple haven't even looked at Google in the last week (and nor should they). The haters will keep coming, but all they have to do is keep looking forward. (Eonline)

Anna Faris is not just moving on ... she's moving. Check out the pics of Anna looking at houses in Venice, CA with serious boyfriend Michael Barrett. They checked out 2 homes ... super modern cribs, though not directly on the ocean. TMZ broke the story ... Chris Pratt filed for divorce Friday and Anna filed her response at the exact same time. It's unclear who's living in the family home, but we're guessing it will be sold as part of the property settlement. Unclear if Michael's moving in with Anna or whether he's just tagging along. (TMZ)

When she was 21, Ginger Zee locked herself in her bathroom and took every pill she could find in her medicine cabinet. "I'd lost all hope," the 36-year-old Good Morning America chief meteorologist tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week's issue. "I just shut down. It wasn't worth living. I was wasting people's time and space." Her then-roommate and ex-boyfriend realized what she'd done and got her to the hospital. Luckily, the concoction she'd taken -- mostly Benadryl and other benign substances -- wasn't lethal. But Zee was diagnosed with depression, something she opens up about at length in her new book, Natural Disaster: I Cover Them. I Am One, out now. "Depression for me has been a couple of different things -- but the first time I felt it, I felt helpless, hopeless and things I had never felt before," she says. "I lost myself and my will to live." At the time, Zee, who grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, had just graduated from Valparaiso University in Indiana and was struggling to find her footing, admitting that her career "did not kick off" in the way she expected. But looking back, she realizes the source of her depression could never explain the emotional roller coaster she found herself on. "It doesn't matter what's relative to another person's tragedy, or whatever it is that's making you feel low," she says. "In that moment, my brain, and probably a chemical somewhere within me, said, 'You need to kill yourself.' The only voices I could hear were telling me, 'You are not worth it.' " "It's very weird how that works," she adds. "I didn't question it. I didn't sit there and think about it. I just went for it. It's scary, the way your mind can overpower what is real and what is right. Now as a mother, to think that that could be my child? That is frightening." Zee -- who has previously been open about her battle with anorexia as a young girl -- had also been diagnosed with narcolepsy in college. She believes the medication she began taking, which heightened her emotions dramatically, played a part in her suicide attempt. "It amplified everything," she says. "Ups were amplified and downs were amplified. I've had to learn to live on that medication responsibly, because I can't not have it. You have to be really, really careful with it." But all while weathering her own personal storms, Zee never gave up her dogged pursuit of a career in TV news. "My professional life, in a strange way, has always been going up, up, up, while my personal life was just the complete opposite," she says. Zee was on air at the NBC affiliate in Chicago by the age of 25, and joined ABC's GMA in 2011. But in the months leading up to her move to New York, her depression began rivaling that post-college low. Ten days before starting the job at ABC -- and terrified her new coworkers would find out -- she checked herself into a mental-health facility. "I was in this place where I knew my personal life could affect this outstanding job and opportunity that I had," she says. "For the first time in a long time, I wanted to live and I knew that." During a weeklong program, she met a therapist who "changed everything" -- and has been working with him ever since. "I think that there's a reason that people have these jobs where they go to school to study something that all of us don't," she says. "That's because they studied how to help people. You need that person who's impartial." Zee has also benefited from an incredible support system that includes her mother, Dawn, and her husband Ben Aaron, 36. "I've been lucky to find a husband who doesn't judge my past," says Zee of Aaron, whom she wed in 2014. "In fact, writing this book, he wanted more, which says a lot. He's like, 'I want to listen. I want to be a part of that.' " "It's hard to just pick one thing that I am most proud of her for," Aaron tells PEOPLE. "She's the best mom, wife and meteorologist in the world. I often describe her as a goddess." The couple share son Adrian (who turns 2 this month) and are expecting another baby boy in February. Zee says becoming a mom has given her new strength and perspective. "I'm now focused on not just myself, but on keeping my family happy and healthy," she says. "You have bigger things than [your own problems]. That has helped a lot -- being a mother has helped incredibly." Zee also says writing her book was a form of therapy. "I didn't expect it to be as hard as it was," she says. "There were times where I would stop writing and get extremely emotional -- like, I thought I was over this. But edit after edit after edit, I developed a sense of pride and found a bit of closure in some of these parts in my life. I am so lucky that I get to do this. I'm so lucky I get to tell my story." "I realize, too, that just because I've been in a good place for six years and I've gotten myself to a much healthier mental state ... I don't think that I'm cured," she admits. "I don't think anybody's forever cured. But being aware of it, sharing it, talking about it, this is where I hope that the healing happens." And though she's nervous -- "terrified," in fact -- for the world to read it, she hopes being candid about her mental health struggles will spark a national dialogue. "This is the anti-Instagram book," she explains. "We get very polished on all of social media. I'm so worried, because there's still a part of me thinking, Oh gosh, this is a lot to tell people. But I keep being fueled by the fact that there might be -- and I know there is, because I've had them reach out to me -- [someone] in the same place that I was." "If this doesn't at least start the conversation in someone's household where they say, 'Mom, dad, sister, brother, friend, I actually feel like this sometimes. I have these moments, and it's weird because the woman I watch for 30 seconds on TV is talking about it. I thought that she had a baby and another baby on the way and the perfect husband and the perfect life because I saw it on social media. Then she told me this story, and she's really broken. But she still got to be where she is. That means that if I'm having these feelings, perhaps I can have that future,'" Zee says. "We should all treat each other with love and respect," she adds. "Because that glossy image you see is never the person that's really inside there. (People)

TV star Katharine McPhee -- who's reportedly dating pop composer David Foster -- accidentally crashed a weekend wedding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and was kicked out by the bride. McPhee was with close producer pal Hilary Shor -- whose credits include "Lee Daniels' The Butler" and "Children of Men." Shor posted their snarky commentary about the incident in a series of publicly available Instagram stories on her feed, calling the poor bride who denied them entry to her nuptials a "loser." One video seen by Page Six and captioned "Bride Bitch" shows McPhee in her room snottily noting, "What bride does her own wedding security? If you're doing your own security, you have a problem." A second clip's titled "dead bride #rude bride," and a third's called "loser bride bouncer" -- in which Shor quips to McPhee off-camera, "She could have had a Page Six, New York Post [article] of us coming and dancing the night away .?.?. By the way, I was ready to rock 'n' roll." McPhee is shown in bed giggling and chiming in: "I was ready to show some serious moves." McPhee also says in a video on the vacation: "Hi everyone, it's late-night shenanigans." Shor also posted captions of their wedding crash fail: "That bride voted for Trump I can feel it," and "Rise above the rude bride. She should be so lucky to dance with me, I got moves." McPhee, 33, is currently dating Foster, 68. Shor made her Instagram account private after we reached out and told us, even though we'd already seen the videos, "It was tongue-in-cheek. Katherine did not say anything like that. Do not run that it's not true." Well, they did want a Page Six item, didn't they? (Page Six)

Sex toys were to help Lauer's marriage: therapist. A therapist says she gave disgraced TV anchorman Matt Lauer the bag of sex toys that he kept in his office -- because he told her he was having marriage "struggles" and was too embarrassed to go to the store himself. The toys came up in 2016 on an episode of the since-canceled "Meredith Vieira Show," and the segment was reported on again last week after Lauer was fired amid sexual-misconduct allegations. Sex therapist Dr. Laura Berman told "Inside Edition" about her conversation with Lauer in 2007, as she was preparing for an appearance on his "Today" show. "We were in the makeup room, and he sort of asked the makeup artist to leave," she said. "He asked me about sexual aids and devices. He confided in me about some of the struggles he was having in his married relationship." Lauer told the sex therapist he didn't want to be spotted shopping for X-rated toys in public, she said. So "I brought him a shopping bag filled with toys from my line that were designed for couples, spicing things up," she said. On Vieira's show years later, Lauer was a guest along with Savannah Guthrie. Vieira, who at one time co-hosted the "Today" show, ribbed him for the "huge bag of sex toys" that she once found in his office. The anchor insisted they were from a sex therapist who appeared on the program and gave each host a bag of toys. But Berman said Lauer was actually "mortified" when Vieira found them in his dressing room. "She was in the closet of his dressing room about to jump out and scare him or something -- I don't know -- and she found the bag and was totally heckling him about it, and he was mortified," the sex therapist said. According to a Variety report, Lauer once gave a colleague a sex toy -- and attached a racy note describing how he wanted to use it on her. "I'm sort of crestfallen if any of those toys were used to harass any colleagues or any women," Berman said. Lauer married model Annette Roque in 1998. Roque filed for divorce in September 2006, but the couple later reconciled. (PageSix)

Music

Gwen Stefani made a fashion designer's dream come true ... by modeling her clothing onstage while she sang her final song. Gwen was rocking a private show for the launch of the new Renaissance Hotel in downtown Dubai Monday night when Safiya Abdallah caught her attention with a gift bag. Safiya -- a designer from California who moved to Dubai to work on her own line -- tells us she gave Stefani a custom beanie and bomber jacket right before the last song ... and Gwen closed out her set wearing the jacket. Abdallah might want to start making more of them ... we have a feeling demand's about to rise. (TMZ)

Good Charlotte Pays Tribute to Lil Peep with 'Awful Things' Cover. Good Charlotte gave Lil Peep a proper tribute during his memorial service on Dec. 2 in Long Beach, NY. The Joel Madden-led band performed a rock cover of the rapper's track, "Awful Things," in a video separate from the live-streamed service. Nick Suchak edited and directed the visuals. During a night filled with heartfelt speeches, fans, friends, and family members celebrated the life of the 21-year-old rapper, who tragically passed on Nov. 16. Lil Peep's grandmother Jenny Kastner noted, "He wasn't the modern-day Kurt Cobain, by the way. He is the first and only Lil Peep, and arguably left behind a legacy that will have a far greater impact. His kindness will live on through lots of people." (Billboard)

G-Eazy, Mariah Carey, Motorhead & More Accepting Monero Cryptocurrency for Holiday Sales. "As cryptocurrencies become more popular, it's important that my fans have choices when it comes to how they buy my songs and merchandise," said G-Eazy. Will you be doing your holiday shopping with cryptocurrency? The open-source cryptocurrency Monero is banking on it. On Tuesday (Dec. 5), Monero announced its new online shopping initiative called Project Coral Reef that allows music fans to purchase holiday gifts and merchandise from over 35 artists, including Mariah Carey, G-Eazy, Kaskade, Motorhead, Toby Keith, Fall Out Boy and more at discounted prices. "As cryptocurrencies become more popular, it's important that my fans have choices when it comes to how they buy my songs and merchandise," said G-Eazy in a statement. "Given Monero is one of the safest, most secure and most private cryptocurrencies, it's one of the best options for my fans this holiday season." As well as offering an alternate payment option, Project Coral Reef is a community-driven effort intended to raise awareness for Monero's secure and private system that runs with a unique protocol and code-base and possesses with algorithmic differences relating to blockchain obfuscation. Monero points this in contrast to the more widely known BitCoin -- which just passed $10,000 per coin -- where transaction information is publicly available on the blockchain. "Cryptocurrencies are fast becoming more popular to make purchases, but not all currencies are created equal and not all are as private and secure as people think. Project Coral Reef is a very important step towards the mainstream adoption of Monero," said Riccardo "fluffypony" Spagni, lead maintainer of Monero, in a statement. "For the first time, consumers around the world can use Monero to securely and privately buy their favorite artists' music and merchandise." The new initiative is launching in partnership with payment processor GloBee, music merchandising companies Global Merchandising Services and Manhead Merchandise, as well as the involved recording artists. "Our focus is to create the best environment for fans to engage with their favorite artists' merchandise and licensed products," said Christopher Drinkwater, head of e-commerce for Global Merchandise, in a statement. "With the emergence of cryptocurrencies as an increasingly popular way for consumers to purchase goods, it makes sense that we partner with a trusted digital currency such as Monero to allow fans to transact with artists in a way in which they have never been able to before." "As someone on the front lines of the music merchandise business, I know how passionate fans are in supporting their favorite band or artist," added Chris Cornell, founder and CEO of Manhead Merchandise. "I also know how much they value keeping their financial information private. Giving fans the option to use their Monero to purchase awesome gear at our artists' stores this holiday season is a win-win for our artists, and our fans' right to privacy." (Billboard)

Randy Travis' DWI arrest video has finally been released by Texas officials, and it's apparent the singer is out of it. The video is 3 hours long ... we've posted a portion where Randy is clearly agitated and praying to God. The 2012 footage of Randy's arrest was released Monday after a federal judge denied the country singer's request to keep it private. As we reported ... Travis filed a lawsuit in September to keep his arrest vid under wraps, claiming it would be a violation of his privacy rights because he was exhausted, intoxicated and medicated. Travis crashed his Trans Am and was found naked at the crash scene after walking to a convenience store ... also in the nude. Travis' rep tells TMZ, "Randy's behavior was extremely altered the evening of his arrest due to the state of his mental health, and substances in his body, causing him to do and say things that were entirely out of character," adding he suffered a severe concussion as a result of the crash. The rep goes on ... "Randy is deeply apologetic for his actions that evening. A man of integrity with a good heart, Randy does not and will never condone these type of actions that distort the true beliefs of Randy Travis and his entire family." (TMZ)

Movies

"Daddy's Home 2" actress Yamilah Saravong isn't bringing home the kinda dough Will Ferrell, Mel Gibson and Mark Wahlberg do, but the 11-year-old ain't doing bad ... on her hourly rate. We got a hold of Yamilah's minor contract for the film. She only appears in one scene but she's mentioned throughout the film because Wahlberg's kid in the flick has a crush on her. She got about $3,500 a week for the role and reportedly worked about 2 weeks -- plus, she got $60 a day for incidentals. Still not impressed? Yamilah's also making 2.5 percent of the film merch profits. And that's how ya haul in more than 7 large for ONE scene. Well played, Yamilah's agent! (TMZ)

Bryan Singer Fired From Directing Queen Biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Bryan Singer's schedule has suddenly become a lot freer. E! News can confirm the famous director is no longer working on 20th Century Fox's upcoming Queen biopic. "Bryan Singer is no longer the director of Bohemian Rhapsody," the studio said in a statement to E! News. The announcement comes after Fox had temporarily halted production on the film due to the unexpected unavailability of Bryan. In addition, reports surfaced that Bryan failed to return to the set after the Thanksgiving holiday. In a statement to the BBC, however, a rep for the director said there was a valid reason for his absence. It was "a personal health matter concerning Bryan and his family," the statement read. "Bryan hopes to get back to work on the film soon after the holidays." Bohemian Rhapsody was expected to chronicle the years leading up to Queen's unforgettable appearance at the Live Aid concert in 1985. Rami Malek was slated to play Freddie Mercury in a film expected to be released around Christmas time of 2018. "When you're able to open your eyes and see a different person staring back at you in the mirror, it's a very affirming moment," Rami shared with Entertainment Weekly when "first-look" photos surfaced. (Eonline)

Quentin Tarantino and J.J. Abrams Team Up for 'Star Trek' Movie. The pair are discussing a story idea with plans to assemble a writers room. Quentin Tarantino is ready to explore strange new worlds. The filmmaker has a pitch for a Star Trek film, and he has shared his vision with J.J. Abrams, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Tarantino and Abrams have plans to bring together a writers room to develop a film at Star Trek studio Paramount. Tarantino has an eye to direct the potential project. The studio had no comment. Abrams rebooted the franchise with 2009's Star Trek and also helmed 2013's Star Trek Into Darkness, before pivoting to Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Force Awakens. He remains a producer on the Star Trek franchise even as he readies 2019's Star Wars: Episode IX. Paramount previously stated it was developing a fourth Star Trek film to star Chris Hemsworth as Captain Kirk's (Chris Pine) father, but no director has been attached and it's unclear where this Tarantino development leaves the project. The latest installment, Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond (2016), was well-liked by critics but earned just $343.4 million worldwide, the lowest in the rebooted universe. In a 2015 Nerdist podcast interview, Tarantino revealed that he would be more likely to direct a Star Trek film over a Star Wars pic, noting he was a big fan of the original series. "The only thing that limited them was their '60s budget and eight-day shooting schedule," he said. "You could take some of the classic Star Trek episodes and easily expand them to 90 minutes or more and really do some amazing, amazing stuff." Tarantino called the time-travel-focused Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Yesterday's Enterprise" as one of the best Star Trek episodes ever written. Tarantino next tackles an untitled Charles Manson-themed project, which is due out in 2019. (Hollywood Reporter)

A husband/wife producing team is suing The Weinstein Company, claiming they were lured into a trap because the company knew Harvey was a ticking time bomb and the result was that their project was torpedoed. Scott Lambert and Alexandra Milchan claim they had a TV crime drama that was supposed to be directed by David O. Russell. Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore were attached. They say Amazon had agreed to produce 2 seasons at $160 mil, but the project was shelved in the wake of the sex scandal. The couple says TWC knew about Harvey's alleged sexual misconduct and did nothing, and that's why their project went in the toilet. They want more than $2 million in damages. (TMZ)

TV

Alec Baldwin is working on a talk show for ABC. Alec Baldwin is taking a shot at becoming a TV talk-show host. Page Six hears that the irascible actor is making a TV show for ABC based on his popular WNYC radio interview show and podcast, "Here's the Thing With Alec Baldwin." A source says that the former "30 Rock" star will begin to tape episodes in New York next week. We're told that the production is part of the deal Baldwin signed to continue hosting the ABC game show "Match Game." In August, Variety reported that under the deal, "Baldwin's El Dorado Pictures will develop scripted and unscripted projects under the ABC Studios banner." Since "Here's the Thing" started in 2011, Baldwin has interviewed dozens for people from celebrities to economists. (PageSix)

NBC has a succession crisis on its hands. While we're told that ousted anchor Matt Lauer's intense, long-running jealousy about potential rivals has left the network with no male contenders for his empty chair, a disastrous November sweeps means that the network's banner hire Megyn Kelly isn't a viable replacement, either. Industry insiders say that during his 20-year tenure at morning show "Today," Lauer -- who was booted last week after he was accused of sexually harassing colleagues -- was so ruthless in maintaining his spot as the golden boy of NBC that "Matt killed off, in their infancy, every man who could succeed him at the time that he was ready to hang it up -- so there's nobody to take his place. And now NBC is paying the price." We're told that Lauer's maneuverings have ensured that potential heirs including David Gregory, Josh Elliott and Billy Bush never got a shot at being groomed for the gig. (Before Bush was brought down by the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape with Donald Trump, he was already in Lauer's sights.) As a result, the male front-runner is Craig Melvin, a "Weekend Today" host of whom one network exec said, "I couldn't pick him out of a lineup." Meanwhile, we're told that Kelly isn't a viable savior for NBC. She was hired by the network amid great fanfare for a reported $23 million a year, but she just had the worst November sweeps ratings of any in the history of the 9?a.m. hour of "Today" -- across all demos. The all-important quarterly measurements of viewers tend to be higher in November than in July, when fewer people are watching TV in general, so the news that Kelly's numbers were lower in November than in July is particularly hair-raising for execs. Kelly took over in September. But network sources insist that Kelly doesn't want Lauer's old gig anyway. They also said that Kelly has grown her audience since the show premiered. We're told that Hoda Kotb will continue to fill in for Lauer "in the short term." Ironically, over at CBS, where Charlie Rose was let go, there are also no obvious big names to take over his role on "CBS This Morning." (Page Six)

Alec Baldwin is taking a shot at becoming a TV talk-show host. Page Six hears that the irascible actor is making a TV show for ABC based on his popular WNYC radio interview show and podcast, "Here's the Thing With Alec Baldwin." A source says that the former "30 Rock" star will begin to tape episodes in New York next week. We're told that the production is part of the deal Baldwin signed to continue hosting the ABC game show "Match Game." In August, Variety reported that under the deal, "Baldwin's El Dorado Pictures will develop scripted and unscripted projects under the ABC Studios banner." Since "Here's the Thing" started in 2011, Baldwin has interviewed dozens for people from celebrities to economists. (Page Six)

Stranger Things SEASON THREE is in the works-here's what's in store. More Eggos, more monsters and more synth 80s goodness. Stranger Things only returned to our screens for its second season lin October, but everyone is already talking about season three - and as you can expect, there is a lot of speculation about what's in store. But here's what we know about Stranger Things 3 so far... Is it definitely happening? YASSSSS! Netflix officially greenlit a third season for Stranger Things on December 1st, which isn't a huge surprise - especially following success of the second season. The show creators, The Duffers Brothers confirmed that work is in "very early days on season three and we're still figuring it out." While discussing the second season earlier this year, the Duffer brothers revealed that they had so many ideas that they've already got stuff lined up for season three. "As the episodes were written by the Duffers, they realized that there was too much story for nine episodes. So it forced us to be judicious in which stories we tell this season," executive producer Shawn Levy told Mashable. "So one of the surprises was, not all of our grand ideas are going to be serviced in one season... If we had 40 ideas going into the season, 30 [we] are going to pick, and the rest go in the back of our head for, hopefully, future chapters." In fact the creators have even teased a fourth series while executive producer, Levy has hinted there could be a fifth. Speaking to EW, Levy said: "Hearts were heard breaking in Netflix headquarters when the brothers made four seasons sound like an official end, and I was suddenly getting phone calls from our actors' agents. The truth is we're definitely going four seasons [sic] and there's very much the possibility of a fifth. Beyond that, it becomes I think very unlikely." Ross Duffer added: "If we're able to, there will be at least four, there could be more. I think there's going to come a point where why aren't these people leaving Hawkins? Like we're going to stretch credibility. It wasn't intended to be a seven-season thing." When will the release date be? Judging by the release dates between the first and second seasons, we predict season three will hit Netflix in late 2018 or even 2019 as some of the key cast members are rumored to be involved in upcoming Hollywood flicks. Millie Bobby Brown has been already confirmed to star in Godzilla: King of Monsters (which is already in its post-production stages) while Charlie Heaton (Jonathan) is starring alongside Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams in 2018 film The New Mutants. It won't just be set in Hawkins... One of the major highlights of season two was the episode titled 'The Lost Sister' which saw Eleven branch out of Hawkins and head to Chicago to find her telekinetic sister, Kali (aka Eight). This established a storyline outside of Hawkins which is likely to be revisited - especially since Eleven and Eight have unfinished business. "It feels weird to me that we wouldn't solve [Kali's] storyline," Matt Duffer told The Hollywood Reporter. "I would say chances are very high she comes back." The Mind Flayer isn't done with the kids just yet... The final episode Stranger Things 2 may have seen Eleven shut the gate on the Mind Flayer, but according the Duffer Brothers, that isn't the end of it. "They've shut the door on the Mind Flayer, but not only is it still there in the Upside Down, it's very much aware of the kids, and particularly Eleven," they revealed. "It had not encountered her and her powers until that final episode. Now, it knows that she's out there. We wanted to end on a little bit of an ominous note." Well, they can certainly tick that off. It will be more about the characters and their individual storylines As much as we loved all the creepiness of the Upside-Down, future seasons are keeping the characters front and centre. "As much density of story as our show has, we have to service the characters -- and the moments and relationships between characters -- above everything," said the show's producer, Shawn Levy. "If we stop being character-anchored, and we become pure genre, I think we take the beating heart out of Stranger Things, and we take the thing that people maybe don't write articles about the most, but I think it's what they love the most -- these characters on screen." Matt Duffer added: "It's not necessarily going to be bigger in scale. What I am really excited about is giving these characters an interesting journey to go on." Because the actors playing the children are ageing it's also expected series three will start a year after series two ends. Matt told The Hollywood Reporter: "Even if we wanted to hop into the action faster, we couldn't. Our kids are ageing. "We can only write and produce the show so fast. They're going to be almost a year older by the time we start shooting season three. It provides certain challenges. You can't start right after season two ended. "It forces you to do a time jump. But what I like is that it makes you evolve the show." The gang will be off to High School next year and along with that comes drama, puberty and more girl trouble. While Lucas, Mike and even Will (who was that girl at the school dance and will she be joining the 'party'?) may have already figured out the latter, we reckon season 3 will see Dustin blossom into Steve's mini me. Oh, and surely Nancy and Jonathan will finally become official? Although we'll always be #TeamSteve after his heroic role in season 2. As for bad boy Billy, we reckon there's a lot more to him than meets the eye. Will he start an affair with Mrs Wheeler (aka Mike and Nancy's mum) or will he have a bad-boy-one-good type transition like Steve? One thing is for sure - we'll be seeing more of Lucas's sassy younger sister Erica Sinclair, and to be honest, that's all we need to know. "There will definitely be more Erica in Season 3," Ross Duffer told Yahoo. "That is the fun thing about the show -- you discover stuff as you're filming. We were able to integrate more of her in, but not as much you want because the story [was] already going. 'We got to use more Erica' -- that was one of the first things we said in the writers' room." Ahmen to that! (British Glamour)

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