ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Star of HBO's "Vinyl" James Jagger married artist Anoushka Sharma in England, at a ceremony attended by his family including his father Mick Jagger and his mother Jerry Hall. James formally wed Anoushka at Cornwell Manor in Oxfordshire this past weekend, after the pair reportedly tied the knot in a private ceremony on top of a hill in the Catskills last September. Guests included Rupert Murdoch, the executive chairman of 21st Century Fox and News Corp, and the owner of the New York Post, who accompanied his wife, Jerry. Also there was Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, James' sisters Georgia May, Elizabeth, Karis, Jade and brother Gabriel Jagger. The happy couple danced to British band Madness' 1981 classic "It Must Be Love." (Page Six)

Cesar Millan Is Engaged to Jahira Dar. It's more than puppy love: Cesar Millan is engaged to Jahira Dar! The former Dog Whisperer With Cesar Millan star announced the news via Instagram Monday and shared a post-proposal picture with his 689,000 followers. "I'm so happy!!! She said yes!!! I always knew that I wanted someone to share my life with who was sweet, adventurous, honest, and loving, but I got more than that! She is beautiful inside and out, extremely supportive of my entire family and me... " the Cesar 911 star wrote in the photo caption. "AND SHE LOVES DOGS." Cesar proposed March 24 in Greece amid a romantic tour of Europe. The self-taught dog behaviorist, 46, can't believe he found Jahira. "After six amazing years together, I am so happy I asked her to be my wife. Thankfully, she said 'yes!'" he told People. "My pack is complete!" The couple began dating in August 2010, just two months after Cesar's wife of 16 years, IlusiĆ³n Millan, filed for divorce; they have two sons, Andre Millan and Calvin Millan. "Jahira came into my life at just the right time," Cesar said of finding love after heartbreak. "She was instrumental in helping me rebuild my life and my family after my divorce and break from the Dog Whisperer television show. She is compassionate, gentle, instinctual, spiritual, intelligent, fun, strong, adventurous and loving. She embodies the principles that I prize the most -- honesty, integrity and loyalty. On top of all of that, she loves dogs and mother nature just as much as I do." A wedding date has yet to be announced. Congratulations to the happy couple! (Eonline)

50 Cent Just Met a Third Son He Never Knew He Had. Surprise! 50 Cent just revealed he has a third son who he just met for the very first time. The rapper took to Instagram to share a photo with a young boy from a meet and greet he held in New York earlier this month for his liquor brand, Effen Vodka. Turns out, the fan is actually his child. "My life is full of surprises," 50 wrote beside the photo. "This little guy is my son DAVIAN. He started crying, I was thinking why you crying i gotta pay for this shit. LMAO." Throughout the rest of the weekend, the rapper continued to share details about his child. He even took a moment to gush about Davian for his smarts, sharing a letter from a teacher that praises his efforts in school. "This kid is smarter then a motherf--ker!!!" 50 couldn't help but brag. He continued, "I'm a get Big Floyd to give him some hands," referencing Floyd Mayweather. He also shared a third photo of the young boy in what appears to be a modeling picture. "This is Davian doing his, I'm cooler then my dad look," the rapper wrote. "Talking about meet me at Red Stix. LMAO." 50 Cent already has two other children from previous relationships: Marquise, 19, and Sire, 3. It appears good looks run in the family. In March 2015, 50 revealed his toddler -- his child with ex-girlfriend Daphne Joy -- had landed a $700,000 modeling gig with Kidz Safe. "He's super cute, you gotta pay for it," he joked with Power 105.1 at the time. However, Sire won't be able to touch the money until he's 18-years-old as 50 made sure to put it into a trust for now. (Eonline)

Looks like these two have finally buried the hatchet! LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville had a very surprising Twitter exchange over the weekend, as the "Can't Fight the Moonlight" singer celebrated her 5th wedding anniversary with the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star's ex-husband. LeAnn and Eddie Cibrian took off to Mexico to celebrate, leaving Eddie's children with Brandi with their mother. Glanville was happy to care for her boys, and took to Twitter to wish the couple a happy anniversary. Despite blowing up at each other in the media at the beginning of the year, it appears things have finally settled down between them all. In January, Brandi said she had an issue with Rimes posting photos of her children on social media, especially during the holidays. "It's horrible. If my ex-husband, if their dad isn't posting pictures, why is she?" she asked at the time, adding that Rimes has a "lack of respect" for her. Eddie chimed in, blasting his ex as a "liar." Things started to take a turn for the better last week, when Rimes told her followers on Instagram to stop saying negative statements about Brandi. "It's time to forge a new path," she wrote. "On my page any nasty comment about @brandiglanville will be deleted and not tolerated. Any hate period will be deleted. Stop the comparison, Stop the hate. Stop the trash talk." "Brandi and I are two separate people who are on our own paths, but working toward the same goal of a healthy, happy family," she continued. "There is no perfect mom or stepmom. We are both doing our best. Leave it be and let's spread some love." Can you believe they've put the past behind them?! (Too Fab)

Beyonce Fans Really Can't Tell the Difference Between Rachel Roy and Rachael Ray. Clearly, there aren't enough Rachels in Hollywood these days. Talk-show host and famous chef Rachael Ray is feeling the wrath from Beyonce fans all around the world this weekend. But as it turns out, all the anger and attacks is being misdirected at the wrong person. The likely target is none other than designer Rachel Roy. It all started Saturday night when Beyonce released her sixth studio album on Tidal. In one of the songs titled "Sorry," Jay Z's leading lady sings about a cheating lover with the words, "He only want me when I'm not there / He better call Becky with the good hair." While nobody was (and is) 100 percent sure who this Becky person is, some started to speculate that it's Roy the fashion designer. After all, her Instagram post that has since been deleted didn't do her any favors. "Good hair don't care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self-truths, always," she wrote on Instagram. "Live in the light #NoDramaQueens." Perhaps it's an act of rage. Maybe people are just hangry. Regardless, followers began swarming Ray's social media platforms with lemonade emoji's and plenty of not-so-nice comments. "30 minute meal hoe," one wrote on Sunday afternoon. Another added, "Go caramelize SOME onions." Wait, is that really an insult because we're pretty sure Ray would enjoy it? If you're not surprised by the news, perhaps this will put you over the edge. BuzzFeed pointed out that Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson -- who is one of just 10 people Beyonce follows on Twitter -- was confused by the Rachels. As a result, he tweeted, "I thought Rachel Roy was Rachel Ray. I've never heard of Rachel Roy. I thought it was a typo." Stay strong Rachael Ray, this too shall pass. (Eonline)

Some Guy Found Troian Bellisario's Phone and Used it to Get Backstage at Coachella. A random Los Angeleno had the luxury of finding Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario's phone at Griffth Park Trails, and let's just say the rest is history. OK, we won't yada yada yada our way through this story, because it's pretty epic. Over the weekend the random person tried to get in touch with the TV star by using everything at his disposal: social media. It began with an Instagram post of her packed bag. "Hey i found your phone/bag outside griffith. I texted some contacts in ur phone with my number but nobody's responding," he wrote. "I gotta head out in 30 mins please hit me up. Lol you have a lot of followers." Getting no responses, the kid took off and posted one final photo of the band Disturbed. Fortunately, Troian eventually acknowledged his efforts and responded. "Guys. I am so so sorry. I just got a hold of the person who has my phone. (My new phone because apparently my old one was hacked) and I am rushing to get it. Thank you for all the concern and alerts," she captioned a selfie. "This will teach me not to unpack my car before a hike when I'm daydreaming like an idiot. Also thank you @docdanger for loaning me your phone. I changed all my Pw but I apologize for the previous posts and if they weirded anyone out. Xx." But when you have a celebrity's bag and phone, you obviously have to have some fun. The curious bag discoverer happened to stumble upon some A-list Coachella wristbands and was ballsy enough to ask the star if he could use them. What's the worst she could say? Based on their text message conversation, as seen on Instagram, she said yes! And that's where the fun really began. Troian, who has been accidentally dubbed "Trojan," forgot to change her Snapchat password. He took a pic of the crowd while he was onstage with Skrillex and wrote, "Thank u Trojan wish you were here!!" "Okay The guy who has my phone and my wristbands is now on stage with @skrillex this is a better #coachella2016 than I had. Enjoy it Jack," she captioned the screengrab. "My snapchat is the best it's ever been. gaia17 if you wanna watch. LOL." Then the phone finder, who we learned was named Jack, wound up at a party with Zedd. The EDM DJ left a nice message for Troian on her Snapchat. Jack might have had a tad too much fun, as he disappeared for a little while, leaving the actress a tad worried about him and her stuff. Eventually he responded. "I am alive lol," he texted her. "I was at Skrillex's house until like 6 a.m. I think." Casual. The two finally met up at Troian's Game of Thrones viewing party, where he got to stay and hang. Yes, finding a phone really got this guy the best weekend of all time. Just remember, if you see something, say something -- it might just get you into A-list parties. (Eonline)

Prince's Former Fiancee Sheila E Remembers Music Icon Following Private Ceremony. Sheila E continues to remember her close friend Prince just days after attending a private ceremony in honor of the music icon. The "Purple Rain" singer was found dead Thursday at age 57 at his Paisley Park studios in Minnesota. On Saturday, Sheila E joined Prince's family at a private gathering to mourn the iconic musician. A rep later confirmed that his body was cremated on Friday. "It was very somber, quiet. We were playing his songs, his music at a very low volume and it was hard to hear. Some songs were harder than others to listen to," Sheila E told E! News. "Later on, we kind of said, 'Wow. We could sit here for probably weeks or a month and listen to all the songs he recorded and not duplicate one song. You can't really say that with any other artist that has that much music. It was hard. A lot of crying, a lot of grieving." Sheila E was joined at the gathering by Prince's siblings as well as close friends. She told E! News that the event felt "more like a fellowship." Sheila E and more of Prince's loved ones also stepped outside the gates this weekend to thank the scores of fans who flocked to the complex after news of the singer's death and set up a makeshift memorial. She said that the sight is something Prince would absolutely appreciate. "He would be happy. I think the fans are doing what he would have wanted them to do, which is celebrate his music. Not mourn him, but celebrate and have parties because he loved to have parties. He loved to entertain," Sheila E said. "You don't realize how many lives he's touched and I don't think he really realized it." She said the singer appeared happy when she last spoke with him. She said the two did not talk often, but when they did, they were able to pick up right where they left off. Sheila E met Prince backstage at one of his concerts in 1978. She later became his drummer and after several years, he proposed -- on stage, during his performance of his most famous hit, "Purple Rain." The two never married. Prince, Sheila E said, lived in the "now." There has been much speculation about Prince's health since his death, as the cause remains under investigation. Much of it started earlier this month when he canceled a couple of concerts and later fell ill on a plane, prompting an emergency landing and a short hospitalization. Prince "didn't have his regular color" and looked pale at his most recent meeting at a Jehovah's Witnesses congregation in March, a source told E! News. Another source said he had been "sick" since his plane scare and that he was "very religious and adamant about not taking any sort of medication." Some Jehovah's Witnesses refuse to take them, while all are prohibited from accepting blood transfusions. At a dance party on April 16 at Paisley Park, Prince reassured fans about his health status, saying, "Wait a few days before you waste any prayers." Sheila E hopes the studios will turn into a "Graceland" for Minnesota. She also said a public musical celebration in honor of Prince is being organized and that she will serve as its musical director. Other artists and several of his band members are set to perform, she added. (Eonline)

A glimpse at life in Purple. Musician Tommy Black tells Us Weekly about what the scene was like inside Prince's Paisley Park compound, and how the late artist -- a devout Jehovah's Witness -- had a swear jar and a no meat rule inside his home. Black, Scott Weiland's bass player, shares some anecdotes about Prince's lifestyle from one memorable, throwback encounter at Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota. "Not only was Prince a very important part of my youth, we also share the same birthday [June 7]," Black tells Us. "I've encountered him multiple times over the years at the Viper Room, Opium Den and other Brent and Jen Bolthouse clubs back when they managed our band. But here's my favorite story." Black then remembers the time when he and his other bandmates visited Paisley Park after playing a show in the state. Upon their arrival, there were several stipulations about their conduct inside the compound. "The guy at the desk said, 'We will order you food but this is a meat-free building. If you want meat you have to eat it on the bus. Also no curse words. If you do its $20 each curse word,'" the musician recalls to Us. "We then entered a small club ... where Prince was jamming with a drummer," Black says. Inside the venue, there were bowls of cauliflower and Tootsie Pops. Then, Prince started yelling on stage about a tape and stormed out of the room. Moments later, the "Purple Rain" singer returned with a videotape held high above his head, which he popped into a VCR. The tape's footage rolled and showed, on an overhead projector, Prince performing at his show from earlier that evening. The singer then wanted to record something with one of his guests, singer Nikka Costa -- who had also performed that evening -- so the night's other guests got the grand tour of Paisley Park. The sprawling estate included a section with a climate-controlled vault that housed "thousands" of reel tapes from Prince's various shows. "There were lyrics in the patterns on the carpet. Gold cages with doves in them and male and female signs on the bathroom doors," Black tells Us. "Downstairs housed all his clothes, a tour bus, a purple BMW 840 and the freaking Purple Rain motorcycle!" Black adds that no photos were allowed inside the compound. Later, he asked Costa about what it was like recording alongside the seven-time Grammy winner. "The best part she told me was she slipped and cursed again," Black tells Us. "And Prince says 'Thats $40.' So, she wrote him a note that said, 'Here's your f--king $40' and [she] put $60 in the envelope!" He concludes: "That night was unforgettable, and I was incredibly lucky and fortunate to have had that experience. It was his music that he gave us. He rewrote the rules and never second-guessed a thing." Prince died at age 57 at his Paisley Park compound last Thursday, April 21. The coroner completed his autopsy last Friday, and the results are still pending. On Monday, TMZ released chilling audio from when Prince's plane had to make an emergency landing in Illinois due to a medical emergency. It was believed that the artist had supposedly overdosed on painkiller Percocet at the time, and had been administered a "save shot" once the plane hit the runway. (US Weekly)

Erin Andrews Settles Peeping Tom Lawsuit With the Nashville Marriott Hotel. Erin Andrews has reached a settlement with the Marriott Hotel in her peeping tom lawsuit. The sport reporter's attorney, Randall Kinnard, tells E! News, "The litigation is over. The terms of the settlement are confidential. Erin Andrews is satisfied with the settlement, and she was very courageous throughout this litigation." The lawsuit stems from a 2008 video of Andrews that was posted online where she appeared nude while changing clothes in a hotel room. Michael David Barrett pleaded guilty one year later to stalking the sportscaster and shooting the video through a peephole in an adjacent room. While Barrett was sentenced to 30 months in prison, Erin also eventually sued the hotel for $75 million. In March, a jury reached a verdict in the highly publicized case, ruling that that Barrett was 51-percent at fault and required him to pay out more than $28 million to Andrews. West End Hotel Partners, which owns and operates the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University, was found to be 49-percent at fault and asked to pay out more than $26 million. However, the Dancing With the Stars co-host filed papers at the end of March, claiming that the Nashville hotel owner and its operator should pay the total $55 million. According to court documents obtained by The Tennessean, Andrews argued that the hotel defendants are jointly and severally liable for all of the plaintiff's damages. In addition, the final judgment "should reflect that each defendant is jointly and severely liable for the entire verdict." It appears this chaos in her life has finally come to an end. (Eonline)

The ashes of Prince were gingerly carried away from the mortuary where he was cremated. Prince's nephew, Pres Nelson, did the honors as his mom, Prince's sister Tyka, cleared the way. We don't know the identity of the woman walking behind Pres. Pres shielded the urn by placing it underneath his jacket. So far, the family hasn't said where the ashes will be strewn. (TMZ)

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In Defense of Kelly Ripa: Why I'm Glad She's Not Backing Down Amid Live! Drama. For once, Kelly Ripa isn't smiling -- and for good reason. Live! With Kelly and Michael fans were surprised on Tuesday when it was announced Michael Strahan would be leaving the daytime talk show to join Good Morning America full-time in September. Just as shocked as we were? The woman who has spent four years by his side, and 15 years at Live!'s table. Turns out, Ripa basically found out about the major move along with the rest of us. And she was not happy about it, deciding not to appear on Wednesday's show and has yet to publicly comment on Strahan's exit (with a source telling us the two haven't spoken since it was announced). And you know what? Good for her. Here's how I see it: Sure, Ripa is making A LOT of money hosting the show (reportedly $15 million per year). She's (probably) set for life. Her kids are (probably) set for life. But she's also made ABC and Disney, who distribute the show, A LOT of money. Her name is on the show -- it's the first name on the show. She is, at least, half of the show. When the discussions about Strahan's departure started, she shouldn't have just been informed, she should've had a seat at the table. Instead, executives decided to inform Ripa of Strahan's exit on Tuesday morning in a meeting, which Strahan attended, along with Live!'s executive producer Michael Gelman, and Dave Davis, the general manager of WABC, just before the rest of us found out. Again, this is the person whose name is in the show's title. A source told E! News that Ripa was "livid" with how the situation was handled. And can you blame her? It was 2011 all over again, when she was informed of Regis Philbin's exit just 20 minutes before he announced it on-air. Forget being offered a chair at the table; she wasn't even invited to the party. Five years ago, Ripa showed up the next day to do her job (though she and Philbin did not speak for years after his exit). This time around, Ripa took a different approach. She was absent from Wednesday's show, with Ana Gasteyer filling in for her. A rep for the show explained Ripa would be absent until next week due to a "previously-scheduled vacation," which has reportedly now been canceled due to the Live! madness. The vacation? Oh, just her 20th wedding anniversary trip with husband Mark Consuelos and her family. Of course, Ripa's absence lead to a flood of coverage, with headline after headline and think-piece after think-piece analyzing the situation and Live!'s future. (It was recently renewed through 2020 and the show's producer are saying they are committed to its future.) Everyone waited with bated breath for Strahan to address his exit on-air. And he did and it was lovely, with the former NFL star thanking Ripa, saying, I've learned so much from her, and she's just been an amazing influence on me." Still, it felt a little off, mostly because it wasn't Ripa sitting in the seat next to him. In a conversation with a friend about the clusterf--k (Is there a better word for this situation?), I found myself focusing on their view that Ripa should still be showing up to work, despite her unhappiness, because she's "being paid millions of dollars to do this job." And that's true. She is. But does that mean she shouldn't demand to be treated with the same respect her male co-stars? (It's worth noting Strahan reportedly did not have a say in how Ripa was told the news, with executives wanting to prevent any leaks.) "Some of this is about gender roles -- about mostly male bosses and a female star and about how women on television are treated," MSNBC's Brian Selter told E! News, and Ripa's situation reminds me of the op-ed Jennifer Lawrence penned for Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter in 2015, about the gender wage gap in Hollywood. In it, she acknowledged that her "problems aren't exactly relatable," given her celebrity status and salary, but still faced major backlash over speaking out about making less money than her male co-stars. "Some news show called my essay a 'bratty display,'" Lawrence told Entertainment Weekly after her piece was published. Similarly, Ripa's actions are being called into question as possibly being "petty" and unprofessional by the media and viewers. Like Lawrence, there's no arguing that Ripa's problems are relatable for most people. But that doesn't mean she should let the powers that be know they can treat her this way and she'll still plaster a smile on her face, offer adorable anecdotes about her children and pretend it's OK. Because it's not; she deserves better and isn't apologizing for being aware of that. That's not being petty, it's demanding respect from the people you've worked with for 15 years who didn't give your opinion or feelings a second thought -- twice in five years -- when making a major decision about the show with your name in the title. No wonder she was just spotted walking in NYC with a copy of David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giant. (Eonline)

"Sex and the City" is coming to the Hamptons: Author Candace Bushnell has bought a historic new house in Sag Harbor and will be spending time there over the summer. "Killing Monica" author Bushnell, who also has an estate in Connecticut, said in an Observer interview last year, "Two of my best girlfriends just moved to Sag Harbor. And it's so much fun to go there and visit them! It's so cute .?.?. and they both have these little houses, but they're charming." But her advice for going to the Hamptons: "Take a Xanax. Because it's a really, really long drive in the traffic. And then when you get there, there's more traffic." Sources tell us that Bushnell bought a charming two-bedroom, two-bathroom original 18th-century farmhouse on the edge of the village with the help of broker Simon Harrison. She plans to restore the original barn in the garden, the source added, and could stable some of her horses there. (Page Six)

Dree Hemingway, great-granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway, talked about shooting the film "Live Cargo" in the Bahamas -- where Ernest lived from 1935 to 1937 -- at Anne Hearst's dinner for the film, produced by her son Randy Harris. Dree said, "The hotel I was staying at was filled with pictures of [Ernest]. The owner said, 'Why don't you bring your mom down, and we will go deep-sea diving and drink a lot?'?" I laughed and said, "'My mother doesn't drink, I don't write, and I guess you recognized me because Papa and I look a lot alike.'" (Page Six)

Erin Andrews attempted to fly under the radar with an alias -- but a photog broke the code. The "Dancing with the Stars" and FOX Sports host was spotted at LAX with her limo driver, who clearly failed Covert Operations 101 -- since her fake name, "Emmy Bean," was in clear sight after they met. If nothing else ... she managed to dodge creepy taxi drivers. (TMZ)

Sacha Baron Cohen, Isla Fisher Join Simon Cowell, Queen on U.K. Rich List. Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik drops from the top spot, while Daniel Radcliffe, Adele and Robert Pattinson are among the top 10 young earners. Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik dropped two places to the third spot on the annual Sunday Times Rich List of the 1,000 wealthiest Brits. Published by the newspaper owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, the list of Britain's richest also includes such new entrants as Sacha Baron Cohen and wife Isla Fisher and such celebrity mainstays as Simon Cowell, Paul McCartney and Richard Branson. The Sunday Times estimated Blavatnik's fortune at $16.8 billion (£11.6 billion), down nearly £1.6 billion from last year, while Branson is ranked 19th with $6.5 billion (£4.5 billion). Cowell's estimated fortune rose to $434 million (£300 million), almost within reach of Queen Elizabeth II's $477 million (£330 million). Baron Cohen and Fisher's joint fortune is estimated at $152 million (£105 million), enough for the 936th rank on the list, according to the paper. As reported last week, Adele is the highest-ranking British female, and the country's richest female ever, on the Sunday Times music rich list with an estimated fortune of $123 million (£85 million), up by £35 million. On the Young Rich List sub-section, she ranks seventh, just ahead of Daniel Radcliffe with $107 million (£74 million), up £5 million from 2015, and no. 10 Robert Pattinson with an unchanged fortune estimated at $94 million (£65 million). One Direction, meanwhile, was worth a combined $191 million (£132 million), according to the paper's estimates. Somewhat of a surprise on the list is Salma Hayek, who was ranked as the number 8 among all women. The Sunday Times said she earns an estimated $17 million (£12 million) per year from her Hollywood work. But together with husband Francois-Henri Pinault, owner of luxury group Kering, her fortune was estimated at $3.4 billion (£2.35 billion). The paper also said that Kate Middleton helped send David Reiss, the founder of fashion chain Reiss, onto the rich list for the first time, ranking his family 410th with an estimated fortune of $361 million (£250 million). Property tycoons David and Simon Reuben, who own London's Millbank Tower and London Oxford Airport, among others, top the list with an estimated fortune of $18.9 billion (£13.1 billion). Overall, the list includes 120 billionaires, up from 117 in 2015. Their combined wealth of more than $497 billion (£343.9 billion), rose 5.8 percent from 2015. (Hollywood Reporter)

Lil' Kim, is that you? The 41-year-old rapper took to Instagram over the weekend to flaunt her new look -- blonde hair and a lighter complexion. Kim posted a six-photo collage to her Instagram, making various facial expressions. She gave the photo a simple caption, "Miami heat." The selfie collage immediately caught the Internet's attention. Within hours of the photo appearing online, social media users were speaking out about the musician's drastic makeover. "I can't believe this is Lil Kim," one Twitter user wrote alongside the rap star's photo. Another tweeted: "I grew up listening to Lil' Kim, I loved her because she was so confident & I admired that, not realizing she was hurting. @LilKim." Although social media users are now speaking out about Kim's new appearance, the striking series of photos isn't the first time the rapper has shown off her blonde look. Last week she uploaded an Instagram photo, indicating that she had gotten a new do. "Loving my hair!!! Thank you so much @tigerbahmb @killshair for the slayage!!! Hair provided by @Paintedwomanbykameco," she captioned the post, which included three photos of her hair on full display. Last month, Kim's new look was on full display as she was spotted on a girls' night out with Kim Kardashian West. The two took to West Hollywood hotspot Craig's for dinner. Kim posted Instagram video clips of herself and the reality star performing their own version of Carpool Karaoke. (People)

EJ Johnson: I'm not becoming a woman. EJ Johnson set the record straight regarding all transitions besides his weight. "All the people that are so quick to say that, like, because I wear womenswear sometimes, that means I'm transitioning," the "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills" star declared in a clip from the show's upcoming fourth season. "People are just so ignorant and dumb sometimes." The 23-year-old, who has shed more than 100 pounds since undergoing gastric sleeve surgery in August 2014, regularly flaunts his fashion-forward styles on Instagram. "If I come out in a Diane Sawyer interview and I'm like, 'Diane, I just want to let the world know, I am becoming a woman.' Until that day, everyone needs to have a seat," quipped the son of Magic Johnson. Season 4 of "Rich Kids" premieres May 1 on E!. (Page Six)

Music

98 Degrees to Headline Nostalgia-Fueled My2K Tour with Openers Ryan Cabrera, Dream and O-Town. 98 Degrees will hit the road for a nostalgia-fueled tour, PEOPLE can exclusively announced. The boy band will be joined by fellow late-'90s sensations girl group Dream and boy band O-Town, as well as early-aughts breakout Ryan Cabrera on the My2k Tour, kicking off July 8 in Kansas and wrapping August 28 in California. The 35-city tour is the headlining crew's first in three years, as the "I Do (Cherish You)" singers- brothers Drew and Nick Lachey, Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons-haven't hit the road since they joined New Kids on the Block's sold-out The Package run in 2013, the same year they released their 2.0 album. The band's fellow touring acts have also been working on new music. After finding major success with "He Loves U Not" in 2000, Dream took a hiatus in 2003 but last year announced they're working on a new album and released a cover of the "O Holy Night" for the holidays. As for O-Town, who were assembled on the first season of Making the Band in 2000, they also took a break in 2003 before regrouping in 2013 as a quartet, sans former member Ashley Parker Angel. They released their LP Lines & Circles in 2014. And Cabrera has been making music consistently since releasing his 2004 debut Take It All Away, which went double-platinum. Last year, he released his Wake Up Beautiful EP, and he recently launched Beyond the Sky, a collaborative project in which he's making new music with singers like Nash Overstreet. Tickets to My2k are available for sale Friday at 10 a.m. ET. (People)

Forever thankful. Lady Gaga became the latest celebrity to pay an emotional tribute to the late legendary performer Prince, sharing a heartfelt message via Instagram to the man she so admired. Posting an image of the singer, who died at his Paisley Park studio in Minnesota on Thursday, April 21, the "Born This Way" singer shared her thoughts on death as she paid tribute to one of her idols. "I tend to believe that when we die our souls hover for at least a moment if not longer before they either rest or are recycled into the consciousness of an already living being or maybe a newborn baby," Gaga, 30, said as she pondered Prince's passing. "Isn't it amazing Prince shared his soul with us so deeply before his death, and now after we will be replenished endlessly by both his legacy and all that he still has to give from the beyond," she continued. "Thank you for sharing your life with us Prince. Giving up your anonymity because you felt compelled to share your gift. We learned so much. You just found God early, he needed you upstairs to innovate in heaven." As Us Weekly reported previously, the singer's closest friends and family members gathered for a private memorial service at Paisley Park on Saturday, April 23. "A few hours ago, Prince was celebrated by a small group of his most beloved: family, friends and his musicians, in a private, beautiful ceremony to say a loving goodbye," the singer's rep told Us in a statement on Saturday. "Prince's remains have been cremated and their final storage will remain private. We ask for your blessings and prayers of comfort for his family and close friends at this time. The cause of death remains unknown, and it will be at least four weeks before we receive the results of the autopsy. An announcement will be made at a future date for a musical celebration." (US Weekly)

Wendy Williams Thinks Rachel Roy Is Getting Paid by Beyonce and Jay Z. Wendy Williams isn't buying any of the lemonade that Beyonce is selling. While many people have speculated that "Becky with the good hair" -- a lyric from Bey's new album -- references Jay Z's alleged involvement with Rachel Roy, the daytime host called the whole thing into question during a taping of The Wendy Williams Show on Monday. In fact, she even insinuated the power couple paid off the fashion designer to take part in the drama in order to help sell more records. "So Rachel Roy, first of all, you're not this fighting girl," Williams began. "Unless you're on Jay Z and Beyonce's payroll, and they pay you to mix it up for I guess sales for the Lemonade." But that wasn't the only bit of critique Williams had for Queen B. She continued, "Quite frankly, I wish Beyonce had held off on the album after Prince. Like, the weekend had blown over. And Bill Cosby, don't get beside yourself. Long after prince is gone, and Beyonce and Jay Z are still together, we are going to circle back around and still deal with you." Williams also couldn't help but laugh at all the crazy measures the BeyHive has taken to slam Roy -- including changing her Wikipedia page -- but she really got a kick out of the fact that they keep confusing her for Rachael Ray. "They are swarming on our neighbor, Rachael Ray," Williams explained as she and the celeb chef share the same studio. "Similar name but not the same thing. Like, leave this white lady alone!" The TV Host is referencing the BeyHive fans who have continued to swarm Ray's Instagram page with lemonade emojis and rude comments. "30 minute meal hoe," one wrote on Sunday afternoon. Another added, "Go caramelize SOME onions." (Yes, that is supposed to be an insult). "Rachael is no dumbbell. She used the moment to put out a delicious recipe for lemonade," Williams concluded, adding. "So stupid. So stupid." (Eonline)

The Game came this close to cutting a hit song with Prince, but ultimately ... a curse killed the project. Game was in Bev Hills -- shopping for a Prince party, btw -- when he revealed his Prince experience ... meeting up to discuss a collabo a few years ago. You gotta see Game explain how his commitment to cussing ended up sinking the deal. Yes, he actually chose the four-letter word over getting Prince on the track. No hard feelings though. As Game puts it, "That's the evolution of people in their lives." (TMZ)

Zayn Tops Pop Songs Chart With 'Pillowtalk'. Zayn does what he didn't with One Direction: crown the top 40 radio airplay tally. Zayn zips from No. 3 to No. 1 on Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart (dated May 7) with "Pillowtalk." Notably, with his first entry on the mainstream top 40-based radio ranking, he achieves an honor that he didn't as a member of One Direction. The boy band tallied three Pop Songs top 10s before Zayn departed the act in March 2015, climbing as high as No. 3 with its first entry, "What Makes You Beautiful," in 2012. (Post-Zayn, 1D added its fourth and fifth top 10s, "Drag Me Down" and "Perfect," which reached Nos. 6 and 10, respectively.) "Pillowtalk" previously crowned the all-format airplay/sales/streaming-based Billboard Hot 100 upon its Feb. 20 debut, becoming just the 25th title dating to the chart's Aug, 4, 1958, launch to enter on top. (One Direction has peaked as high as No. 2 on the Hot 100 with "Best Song Ever," with Zayn as a member, in 2013.) "Pillowtalk" is the lead single from Zayn's debut solo album, Mind of Mine. The set debuted atop the April 16 Billboard 200 and has sold 144,000 copies in the U.S. in its first four weeks, according to Nielsen Music. All charts will update April 26 on Billboard.com. (Billboard)

Marc Anthony Signs Grammy and Latin Grammy Award Winning Producer Sergio George to Magnus Media. Marc Anthony's Magnus Media entertainment company signed eighteen-time Grammy and Latin Grammy award winning producer Sergio George. The partnership was announced April 25. Magnus will oversee George's interests in all areas of the entertainment industry throughout the worldwide. The relationship also includes the formation of a venture to jointly develop talent and music content. "Sergio has been an integral part of the success of my music career. He's a musical genius," said Anthony about the new partnership. "I'm sure that with his knowledge and the business platform we're able to provide him at Magnus, we'll achieve even more incredible feats in music and other areas. I'm looking forward to this new stage of our professional relationship." George and Anthony collaborated for the first time in 1993 on the salsa singer's debut tropical music album Otra Nota. They then reunited for Anthony's award-winning production Marc Anthony 3.0. The 2014 "Producer of the Year" Latin Grammy winner in George has worked with other Latin music stars such as Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Victor, Luis Enrique, Prince Royce, among others. "I am extremely happy and blessed to join Marc Anthony and Michael Vega in this exciting venture with Magnus Media. Marc and I have been friends and music partners for over 25 years. He is a true visionary with a vast amount of success ... I could not have entrusted better professionals to embark on this new career path with me and I am truly honored for this opportunity," said George in a press release. In his new Billboard cover story, the "Vivir Mi Vida" singer said the creation of Magnus Media was born out of "f---ing frustration." "Some of the biggest influencers on the planet are Latino artists and athletes. I'm really interested in seeing how this pans out. If it works, we'll be miles ahead of a lot of people." George joins Cuban duo Gente de Zona and Chino Y Nacho, Alejandro Sanz (signed to a deal for licensing, sponsorship and endorsements) and radio personality Enrique Santos to be signed under Magnus Media. (Billboard)

Movies

Wolverine Is Back in New X-Men: Apocalypse Trailer. You almost had us, Hugh Jackman! The new trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse debuted Monday morning, and you're definitely going to want to watch it in full. Sure, the trailer shows more action, fighting and even some lighthearted humor, but it's the last four seconds that will leave your jaw dropped. Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) approaches Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) and Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee) and notices how busy they've been -- they're surrounded by bodies -- and McPhee's character explains they've received "a little bit of help." All of a sudden, an arm appears and the telltale claws pop out of a hand -- hello, Wolverine! He wasn't expected to be in this installment, but we're certainly glad to see him his arm. The newest trailer goes into more depth about Apocalypse's (Oscar Isaac) backstory, telling viewers that he's been "amassing mutants to take their powers," but he's always had four followers known as the Four Horsemen: Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Archangel (Ben Hardy), Psylocke (Olivia Munn) and Storm (Alexandra Shipp). At one point, however, it looks like Charles Xavier (James McEvoy) tries to stop Magneto from joining Apocalypse. "Erik, don't join them," Xavier implores. "Whatever you think you saw in me, I buried it with my family," Magneto responds. The X-Men are going to have the fight of their lives, as they have to defeat Apocalypse and his growing army. By the looks of it, they have a lot to overcome because Sydney, Australia, is already engulfed in flames. The students turn to Mystique to help get in fighting shape, but in order to do so they're going to have to "forget" everything they know. X-Men: Apocalypse hits theaters May 27. (Eonline)

'Doctor Strange' Screenwriter: "Every Single Decision That Involves the Ancient One Is a Bad One". No matter which way Marvel went on the comic book character, it was going to lose, argues C. Robert Cargill. Why is Tilda Swinton playing the traditionally-Asian Ancient One in Marvel's upcoming Doctor Strange? It's a decision that has left many upset, but according to C. Robert Cargill, one of the writers on the movie (Jon Spaihts and director Scott Derrickson also took passes on the screenplay), there was no way the studio could avoid upsetting audiences. "There is no other character in Marvel history that is such a cultural landmine, that is absolutely unwinnable," Cargill said during an appearance on the Double Toasted podcast. "I've been reading a bunch of people talking about it, and the really frustrating thing about it this week, is that most of the people who have thoughts on it haven't thought it all the way through and they go, 'Why didn't they just do this?' And it's like, I could tell you why. I could tell you why every single decision that involves the Ancient One is a bad one, and just like the Kobayashi Maru, it all comes down onto which way you're willing to lose." (For those unfamiliar with the Kobayashi Maru, clearly more Star Trek is needed; it's a training scenario for Starfleet cadets in the mythology that is famously impossible to win.) Cargill continued by describing the comic book incarnation of the Ancient One as "a racist stereotype who comes from a region of the world that is in [a] very weird political place. He originates from Tibet, so if you acknowledge that Tibet is a place and that he's Tibetan, you risk alienating one billion people who think that that's bullshit and risk the Chinese government going, 'Hey, you know one of the biggest film-watching countries in the world? We're not going to show your movie because you decided to get political.'" An alternate possibility, of casting an Asian actor or actress in the role, is also dismissed by Cargill. "If you are telling me you think it's a good idea to cast a Chinese actress as a Tibetan character, you are out of your damn fool mind and have no idea what the f -- you're talking about," he said. "Oh, 'she could be asian!' Asian? She could be Japanese, she could be Indian, really? The levels of cultural sensitivity around this thing is, everyone is staking out their one particular place and not realizing that every single thing here is a losing proposition." Cargill credited director Derrickson with making the decision to cast a woman in the role. "There's not a lot of talk about, 'oh man, they took away the job from a guy and gave it to a woman.' Everybody kind of pats us on the back for that and scold us for her not being Tibetan," he said. "And that's just the way it's going to go. We knew that the Social Justice Warriors would be angry either way." Doctor Strange opens Nov. 4. (Hollywood Reporter)

Kate Moss, Joan Collins, Jerry Hall Set for 'Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie' Cameos. Stella McCartney, Perez Hilton, Gwendoline Christie, Jean Paul Gaultier and Poppy Delevingne will also be joining Edina and Patsy for champers, darling. Much like last year's Entourage cinema outing, the upcoming Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie has lined up an impressive assortment of celebrity cameos, this time with a slightly more British feel. The Fox Searchlight film, due out in both the U.K. and U.S. on July 1, on Monday revealed a long list of stars joining Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley for champers, including Kate Moss, Gwendoline Christie, Jean Paul Gaultier, Jerry Hall, Joan Collins, Mark Gatiss, Perez Hilton, Poppy Delevingne, Sadie Frost, Stella McCartney, Suki Waterhouse and Tinie Tempah. Coming some four years after Ab Fab last aired on TV (although this was only for three episodes to mark the show's 20th anniversary), the hotly anticipated Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie sees Edina and Patsy forced to flee the French Riviera after being '"blamed for a major incident at an uber fashionable launch party." The two hatch a plan to make their escape permanent and live the high life forever. The first trailer from the film is due out later this week. (Hollywood Reporter)

TV

Michael Strahan Is "Excited" for Kelly Ripa to Return to LIVE! Kelly Ripa has been absent from LIVE! With Kelly and Michael for the past few days, but she intends to return Tuesday. Despite any drama that may be taking place behind the scenes, Michael Strahan said Monday morning that he's looking forward to his co-host's return to their morning show. "She's going to be back tomorrow, which we are all excited about," he said on-air while co-hosting with Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell. Strahan also explained that had already requested Monday off to celebrate her 20th wedding anniversary with husband Mark Consuelos. Ripa's ongoing absence sparked speculation about the show's future, but that was put to rest when it was renewed through 2020. She announced her return in an email to LIVE! staffers Friday. "(Sorry for this late Friday night email). I wanted to thank you all for giving me the time to process this new information. Your kindness, support, and love has overwhelmed me," she wrote. "We are a family and I look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday morning. Love, Kelly." Ripa and her family were scheduled to go on a celebratory trip to Turks and Caicos over the weekend, but they called off the trip amid the drama surrounding Strahan's full-time move to Good Morning America. With exception to her Friday evening statement, Ripa didn't comment on Strahan's departure, but a source told E! News exclusively that she was anything but silent behind the scenes. "She was livid," the source shared. "It wasn't pretty." The source also said Strahan "has no bad blood towards her at this point and is looking forward to start his new chapter with his new team." While Ripa was out on hiatus, Strahan gushed over her and their team at LIVE! on GMA. "It's like my second family here. I'm going to miss everybody at Live!" he said. "I've been sitting next to Kelly every day and having a lot of fun on that show for the last four years. I'm very thankful for her -- to her -- because I learned so much from her." We'll just have to wait and see what Tuesday brings! (Eonline)

Ellen Pompeo Says Grey's Anatomy Is Thriving Without Patrick Dempsey: ''It's Amazing How Much You Get Done Without a Penis.'' In its twelfth season, Grey's Anatomy is "doing very, very well." So said Ellen DeGeneres, who invited Ellen Pompeo to be a guest on Monday's episode of her eponymous talk show. "Everybody thought because Patrick [Dempsey] was leaving that it wouldn't do well, but it's doing very well," she noted. Pompeo, who plays series lead Dr. Meredith Grey, offered a fiery response. "It's amazing how much you get done without a penis!" After the audience's laughter died down, Pompeo said, "We miss him dearly, but yeah, the show is doing very well." "I'm just gonna let that one go," DeGeneres said. Pompeo understands why viewers were "really upset" about Dempsey's exit, but said Dr. Derek Shepherd's death was necessary. "I think the change is part of the reason why the show goes on so long. I think people tune in to see, 'What is the show look like now? What is Meredith going to do without Derek?' I think they get so upset about the change, but change is precisely what everyone always needs to sort of get to the next place. For me, too, it's, 'How do I act without him?' It's more challenging for me. I'm more invested. I have to work harder to find my groove without my missing part. It keeps me more engaged. I'm more engaged this season than I have been in a long time, because for the fans, I want to make sure the quality stays good." "They're there for us," Pompeo added. "I want to be there for them." When the show returned without Dempsey last fall, Pompeo was bothered by the focus on Dempsey's role within the show. "Let's keep it really real for a second and say this is really difficult for my ego," she told Entertainment Weekly. "It's OK! We all have one!" She compared Meredith to Viola Davis' How to Get Away with Murder character, Annalise Keating, and to Kerry Washington's Scandal character, Olivia Pope. "It's like, Annalise Keating carries the show, Olivia Pope carries the show, but somehow, Meredith Grey needs someone. Why can't I just be the lead of the show the way Annalise and Olivia can? Why can't I be on that poster by myself?" Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes shared Pompeo's perspective. "It was so interesting for me to discover that audiences, especially women, are so conditioned to believe that there's a singular fairy tale that nobody stops to think that that might not be the definition of happiness," she told the magazine. "Meredith knew that already. We got to the point in the season when Meredith said, 'I can live without you, but I don't want to,' which for any woman is a very powerful statement. It means: You compliment me, but you don't complete me." (Eonline)

Cote de Pablo Won't Return to NCIS for Michael Weatherly's Exit. Michael Weatherly's DiNozzo will say goodbye to NCIS without the help of Ziva. Cote de Pablo reportedly confirmed she will not return to help Weatherly's NCIS character ride off into the sunset. The comments were made during an appearance at Babson College while promoting The 33. CBS did not return request for comment. During the question and answer, de Pablo spoke out about the direction of Ziva and certain "political things" that played a part in her decision. "...And scripts not being good enough, I chose not to," she said in a fan video from the Q&A. "Look, I love this character. I worked eight years crafting this character and loving her... " NCIS executive producer Gary Glasberg wouldn't confirm whether or not de Pablo would appear in Weatherly's final episode, but he did tell E! News the character will be a factor in his exit. "Tony's relationship with Ziva absolutely will have an impact on his reason to depart," Glasberg told us. "There's no part of Tony DiNozzo that Ziva David isn't a part of. She's a huge aspect of who his character is so it would be unfair and wrong to write this episode, to produce this episode and not have her character be a part of it." Weatherly has been with the CBS drama since the start, 13 seasons ago. But now the character is at a crossroads. "He really has to make some really significant decisions, big enough that would pull him away from his NCIS family," Glasberg teased. "That was really the challenge of all this, and in thinking about it for the last six months, is how do we come up with something that's big enough that would have Tony no longer be a part of this group? And hopefully the fans and the audience will find that satisfying." NCIS airs Tuesdays, 8 p.m. on CBS. (Eonline)

Kelly Ripa's Friend Andy Cohen Can't Believe Michael Strahan Left Live!: "Your Name Is in the Freakin' Title!" Where in the world is Kelly Ripa? After it was announced that Michael Strahan would be leaving Live! With Kelly and Michael later this year to join Good Morning America full-time, a "livid" Ripa called in sick Wednesday; Ana Gasteyer filled in at the last minute. Ripa had already requested the rest of the week off to celebrate her 20th wedding anniversary with Mark Consuelos -- a trip she later canceled. In her absence, Erin Andrews co-hosted on Thursday and Friday, while Shay Mitchell joined Strahan on-air Monday. In an e-mail to Live! staffers late Friday, Ripa wrote, "I wanted to thank you all for giving me the time to process this new information. Your kindness, support, and love has overwhelmed me. We are a family and I look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday morning." Andy Cohen, Ripa's close friend, confessed that even he was stunned by the morning show drama. "I've been getting so many questions about what's going on with my friend Kelly Ripa, and 'How's she doing?' and 'What do you think?'" he said Monday on SiriusXM's Radio Andy. "You know, I want to say that she...I know she spent the weekend celebrating her 20th anniversary with Mark, which has been a long-planned vacation. So don't get her trending on Twitter today because she's not at work. She is on a long-planned vacation. You know, when I look at this whole situation, it's worth nothing, the two of them, Kelly and Michael, they had such great chemistry. And I'm just looking at this and it just seems like a premature end to a great relationship that ended way too prematurely. So much has been written about this situation and how it was handled. I've been a TV executive or producer for 25 years, so I'm always fascinated to see how TV things go down. I can't say this went down the greatest way." Cohen added that he agrees with many of points made in "The Morning Show Wars, Kelly Ripa and TV's Disposable Spring," Maureen Ryan's op-ed for Variety. "The thing that no one is talking about is, to me, is that the job of co-hosting Live! is the greatest job in TV. She's so good at it and he's really good at it, and it's a job you take and you take it for life. She's been at that job for 15 years. I was celebrating on her 15th anniversary show about two months ago. You keep that job. You don't go anywhere," he said. "So I can't get over that he left Live! where he was co-hosting Live! With Kelly and Michael. Your name is in the freakin' title! You can spend your life here! You can spend 15 years here and make serious bank, by the way. And still do GMA twice a week or do Pyramid or whatever else he's doing." "He left and went to GMA. He is now one of five people sitting at that crowded anchor desk. It's like 18 co-anchors and here's my thing: What happens if the ratings don't go up? What happens if there's not a pickup? Then what's going to happen to that sweet man? Honestly!" Cohen said. "Because by then she'll have a new co-host. I don't know. I just don't see how you leave the greatest team in TV to be one of five people." While he had once considered a possible debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to be "the TV event of the year," he's now more excited for Ripa's return to the set Tuesday. "I am really looking forward to tomorrow morning on Live!," Cohen said. "And I've spoken to Kelly a bunch of times. I can't wait to see what she says. Right? Who's not going to be watching that tomorrow? I just think she had this great relationship on TV. You know? And it was a big, bad breakup." Cohen then suggested their mutual friend, Anderson Cooper, should succeed Strahan. "I just think he would be so good," he said. "He would be so good co-hosting that show." (Eonline)

Game of Thrones Premiere Ends With Fairytale Twist We Did Not See Coming. So has Game of Thrones secretly just been an extra messed up Disney fairytale this whole time? Sunday night's long-awaited season six premiere ended with quite the evil queen twist when Melisandre (Carice van Houten) pulled a Mother Gothel (from Tangled, y'all) by removing her stone choker (along with literally everything else she was wearing) and revealing herself to be an extremely old, wrinkly woman with long scraggly hair. Surprise! Betcha didn't see that coming! While we totally did not see that coming, maybe we actually should have. She's worn that choker in every episode -- since way before they were cool again -- and we should know how things in fantasy worlds work. Giant fancy stones are hardly ever just there for purely decoration, and young, beautiful women with terrifying witchy powers are hardly ever what they first appear to be. Now the question is: what does this mean? Has she been stealing the youth out of people? Or stealing their life forces? Or is she wearing the Philosopher's Stone? How old is she really? Only time and more episodes will tell, but we've never been so here for Red Woman storylines that don't potentially involve her resurrecting Jon Snow. Speaking of the poor former lord's commander of the Night's Watch, even after this show spent months basking in our grief, it still knows exactly what we want, and that is to know the fate of Jon Snow. The very first shot of the premiere featured Jon exactly where we left him -- lying in the snow, surrounded by blood, dead as a doornail. While he was eventually moved out of the snow, he remained dead throughout the episode, despite a visit from Melisandre. No one was more upset than Ghost, and only Ghost was more upset than Ser Davos (Liam Cunningham), who knows that all hope is not lost. There are many in Westeros who owe their lives to Jon Snow, and he has the Red Woman on his side. "You haven't seen her do what I've seen her do," he says, and we cut to her disrobing and disyouthing, and then we cut to our jaws scattered across the freakin' floor.

Real Housewives of Dallas stars Brandi Redmond and Stephanie Hollman are standing behind fellow cast mate Tiffany Hendra after finding out she was in topless sex scenes in a racy film. "She says it's not porn, I've not seen it," Hollman told FOX411 in our New York Studio. "I don't want to see it because then I'd look at her differently, I'd be like oh, I'm picturing you naked right now." "I actually had it sent to me on my phone and I was like Oh! Oh my gosh!" Redmond said. " I did see a little clip of it. It's humorous, and believe me, I did not continue to watch it. But it is humorous and I can see why she's getting a lot of negativity about it." "We didn't know about her past when we were filming but she's such a wonderful person, she has a good spirit. We do love her," Redmond added. Hendra appeared topless several times in a Cinemax series, but says it wasn't even close to porn, telling US Weekly: "My nudity rider said that they couldn't show below my belly button or below the top of my butt," adding, "No one is calling 'Game of Thrones' stars porn artists!" Redmond and Hollman claimed they had no skeletons in their walk-in closets to hide-sort of. "I'm sure people could find some drunk college pics. But I've not done anything illegal. I've never been in a porn movie, I don't think," Hollman said. "Unless a boyfriend has a secret tape, then I hope I was skinny that day!" "If something comes out that I'm unaware of, things that are made up and false, I'm strong enough and thick-skinned enough to just avoid it and move on," Redmond said. Whatever happens, the best friends say they'll stick together through thick and thin. "I think our relationship is better than most marriages," Hollman said. "We really love each other and we don't fight ever. We complain about our husbands." (Fox News)


'Saturday Night Live' to Cut Ads by 30 Percent for Season 42. To make up for some of that lost revenue, NBC will offer advertisers the opportunity for sponsored content within the weekly live show. Saturday Night Live is the latest franchise to see its advertising load shaved. In an ongoing effort to improve the linear TV viewing experience in an increasingly fractured landscape, NBC announced Monday that SNL will cut 30 percent of its load by eliminating two commercial pods next season. Turner and Viacom as well as A+E-owned newcomer Viceland are among the other media outlets that have announced similar plans to reduce primetime ads. "As the decades have gone by, commercial time has grown. This will give time back to the show and make it easier to watch the show live," noted SNL creator and executive producer Lorne Michaels, with NBCUniversal as sales chairman Linda Yaccarino adding: "Since 1975, SNL has shaped and driven conversation. We are excited to try something new and unique that will shape and drive advertiser content, too." To make up for some of that lost revenue, NBC will offer advertisers the opportunity for sponsored content within the weekly live show. According to AdAge, the series intends to feature native pods six times a year. The news comes as SNL enters its 42nd season with a presidential election as its backdrop. To date, the live show is averaging more than 6 million viewers and a 1.9 rating among the coveted 18-49 demographic. NBCU brass is likely to hammer home the potential for such a strategy during its upfront presentation to advertisers on Monday, May 16th. The network group announced in late March its plan to roll up a series of cable and network presentations into one two-hour event. (Hollywood Reporter)

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