Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Invitations Sent and Revealed. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding invitations have been sent! Kensington Palace said on Thursday, two months before they will tie the knot, that the invites "have been issued in the name of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales" and also shared a photo of several of them. About 600 people have been invited to their wedding ceremony, which will take place at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle -- a venue that had already been announced, and to a lunchtime reception at St George's Hall, hosted by Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. In addition, around 200 guests have been invited to a private reception at Frogmore House, hosted by the Prince of Wales. Barnard & Westwood, a printing company that has worked with the royal family since 1985, produced the invitations, which were die-stamped in gold and then burnished, and contain beveled and gilded edges that allow the gold border to be viewed when looking straight down, as opposed to just being visible from the sides. The invitation features The Three Feather Badge of The Prince of Wales on top and black text. The guests' names were added later by a calligraphy printer. "His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales...requests the pleasure of the company of ______ at the marriage of his royal highness Prince Henry of Wales with Ms. Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on Saturday, 19th May 2018 at 12 noon followed by a reception at Windsor Castle," the invitation states. It also reads, "Dress: Uniform. Morning coat or lounge suit, day dress with hat." "The wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle will be a truly special occasion and we are thrilled to be able to create equally special invitations for their guests, said Barnard & Westwood Managing Director Austen Kopley. "We are incredibly honored to continue our longstanding work for The Royal Family, and to be involved in such an important moment for the couple and their family and friends." Kensington Palace has not released any names on their wedding guest list. Harry and Meghan announced their engagement in November and are set to tie the knot on May 19. (Eonline)

Hilary Swank Explains Her 3-Year Hollywood Hiatus. Hilary Swank is making a comeback after largely taking some time off from acting to be there for her father. In recent years, the 43-year-old Oscar-winning star of Million Dollar Baby and Boys Don't Cry has not appeared in many large acting projects. She revealed on HuffPost Live in 2015 that her father, Stephen Swank, had undergone a lung transplant and moved in with her. She said she was his sole caregiver, adding, "There's been job opportunities I've passed on, and things that I said 'I can't,' but really what we're here for is our family." Swank, who recently returned to TV with the upcoming series Trust, talked about her father again in an interview on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday. "He's great, thank you for asking," she told host Stephen Colbert. "They'd given him a short time to live if he didn't get a lung transplant and thankfully, he got one and he's alive and thriving and well. I took three years off to be with him and help him through that life journey." Trust, which debuts on Sunday on FX, marks Swank's first TV series role she played Carly on Beverly Hills, 90210 in the late '90s. Swank stars alongside another actor who took a Hollywood hiatus in recent years, Brendan Fraser. Swank has undergone more personal turmoil over the past few years. After Million Dollar Baby was released in 2004, the actress continued to act on the big screen, appearing in movies such as P.S. I Love You and Amelia before causing controversy and losing many fans in 2011 for attending the birthday party of Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrofv, who was accused of orchestrating human rights violations. Human Rights Watch condemned her appearance and urged her to return any money or gifts. Swank later issued an apology and her rep said her personal appearance fees would be donated to charity. Swank later said in a Gotham magazine interview, "A Turkish real estate company invited me to help promote peace by celebrating the rebuilding of a war-torn city and meeting people who were rebuilding their lives. That's how it was presented to me, and I thought, 'Absolutely, yes.' When I was there, I was asked to wish the president a happy birthday, and I did. Shame on me for not having researched the trip more fully, but I didn't know President Kadyrov's record." Since the controversy, Swank appeared in a few independent films. In 2016, Swank underwent relationship turmoil. That June, it was revealed that the actress and Ruben Torres called off their engagement, a few months after he proposed. (Eonline)

John Stamos "can't wait" to become a father as he shared a funny Instagram photo of himself wearing a fake baby bump. The Fuller House actor couldn't help but crack a joke with an old photo of himself on the set of Full House wearing a white T-shirt with the words "Bun in the Oven" written across it. Stamos, 54, who is expecting his first child with wife Caitlin McHugh, expressed his humor and excitement at his impending fatherhood in a sweet caption, writing, "This is the longest 9 months of my life! #cantwait 4 #fatherhood." The couple tied the knot on Feb. 3 in Studio City, California, a source told PEOPLE. The reception was held at Stamos' home in Beverly Hills. McHugh wore a white, strapless ballgown with a tulle skirt, while Stamos wore a black tux. A source told PEOPLE, "Caitlyn looked absolutely stunning in a princess dress." "They exchanged vows in front of family and close friends. It was a very touching ceremony. There were tears but mostly smiles. John and Caitlyn looked very happy." Stamos proposed to McHugh after almost two years of dating in October 2017 at Disneyland -- one of McHugh's favorite places. She is an active Disney bounder, a superfan who dresses up in character at the amusement park. "The [pregnancy] happened. Then I said, I better have a ring on her finger because it's the right thing to do, and I wanted to marry her anyway," Stamos told PEOPLE exclusively in December. "So I called her parents to ask, and it was like, 'You better!'" "She loves Disneyland and [at the park], I got on my knee and asked her," Stamos said. "I pulled the ring out. I don't know how she did it, but she went to hug me and slipped her finger right in it. When the park closed, we ran around the park in our Disney onesies." (People)

Inside Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's Post-Divorce Lives. Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are adjusting to their new normal. One month after the A-list couple went public with their separation, E! News has exclusive details about their day-to-day lives and why they've had "minimal contact" recently. A source explains to E! News, "They have completely moved on and are not looking back. They are working out their financial affairs privately and hope to come to a resolution relatively quickly." The insider adds, "Jen and Justin are both moving on full speed ahead." As for how exactly Aniston and Theroux are moving forward, we're told the exes have continued their usual routines on opposite coasts. "Justin is in New York doing the same things he's been doing for the last few months," the source shares. "He gets coffee with friends, works out at his boxing gym and walks his dog. He rides his bike around town and really enjoys his simple way of life in the city. He recently traveled to Paris and London for fashion week but is now back in New York." Likewise, our insider says the Friends alum is "maintaining her same lifestyle" and is mostly spending time at her home in L.A. The source elaborates, "She does private yoga sessions at her house and has most people come to her. She has been busy socially, going out to dinner with friends and celebrating birthdays. She gets her weekly facials and loves having dinner at Sunset Tower." Aniston also enjoys "Sunday night dinners" with Courteney Cox and their gal pals "whenever possible," the source continues. "She is doing just fine and will be ok. She has a lot of great people in her life who are very supportive and who she considers family," the source also tells E! News. Onward and upward, as they say! (Eonline)

Chris Evans and Jenny Slate Break Up -- Again. Unlike Jenny Slate, Chris Evans doesn't discuss his love life. In a New York Times profile on Evans published Thursday, Reggie Ugwu casually revealed the couple has broken up for a second time, writing that "their on-again, off-again relationship, beloved by the internet, recently ended." Evans, for his part, did not offer additional insights, and Slate made no mention of their split when she appeared on The Late Late Show this week. E! News has reached out to reps for Evans and Slate for comment. Ugwu's reference to Slate was made in regard to how Evans has been an ally to women during the #MeToo movement. "One book he found eye-opening was Rebecca Solnit's The Mother of All Questions. Mr. Evans read it while dating the actress Jenny Slate," Ugwu wrote, "...and decided that he needed to listen more and speak less." Evans is outspoken about cultural and political issues on Twitter, but in the #MeToo era, he said, "The hardest thing to reconcile is that just because you have good intentions, [that] doesn't mean it's your time to have a voice." Evans is currently starring on Broadway in Lobby Hero, which ends its limited run May 13. He first began dating Slate in 2016 after meeting on the set of the drama Gifted. The actors broke up in early 2017, but later reconnected as Evans was shooting Avengers: Infinity War in Atlanta. After their initial break up, Slate described how it felt to date Evans, whose exes included Jessica Biel and Minka Kelly. "To be quite honest, I didn't think I was his type. Eventually, when it was like, 'Oh, you have these feelings for me?', I was looking around like, 'Is this a prank?'" Slate told New York. "I mean, I understand why I think I'm beautiful, but if you've had a certain lifestyle and I'm a very, very different type of person -- I don't want to be an experiment." To his credit, Evans never made her feel inferior, she said. But in Hollywood, "I'm considered some sort of alternative option," she added, "even though I know I'm a majorly vibrant sexual being." Despite portraying Captain America onscreen, Evans is "so unpretentious," she said. "...Chris is truly one of the kindest people I've ever met, to the point where sometimes I would look at him and it would kind of break my heart. He's really vulnerable, and he's really straightforward. He's like primary colors. He has beautiful, big, strong emotions, and he's really sure of them. It's just wonderful to be around," Slate said. "His heart is probably golden-colored, if you could paint it." Around the same time, Evans told USA Today, "You know, relationships are tricky. There are lot of moving pieces. But I am endlessly grateful for having met her. She will be in my life always." Calling Slate a "very, very special person" and an "incredible human being," he added, "You spend five minutes with her and you cannot find something bad to say about her if you tried." (Eonline)

Ellen Pompeo Maintains Her $20 Million Salary Didn't Cause Grey's Anatomy Cast Shakeups. Ellen Pompeo continues to deny rumors that her $20 million salary caused Jessica Capshaw and Sarah Drew to leave Grey's Anatomy. During Thursday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 48-year-old star of the medical drama addressed rumors that her eight-figure salary didn't leave enough money for her co-stars to return. "It's absolutely not true," she told host Ellen DeGeneres. "I mean, I'm not involved in these kinds of decisions. However, there's a few problems that you encounter doing a show for 14 seasons. One of them is the writers have a really hard time creatively thinking up new stories for all these characters. I think we have 16 regular cast members, and it's always sad when we lose people -- whether they want to go or they don't want to go. It doesn't make it any easier." Pompeo also said it's important for women to build each other up. "You don't have to pit [women] against each other. We're not enemies," she said. "We do lift each other up and support each other, and we're not victims. We're very strong and we're capable of many, many things." Back in January, The Hollywood Reporter published an article about Pompeo in which she revealed her paycheck. When DeGeneres asked Pompeo about her decision to reveal the figure, Pompeo replied, "there are certain moments where it's important to be really truthful about our pain and about our struggles." She then compared the experience to DeGeneres coming out as gay over 20 years ago. "Sometimes you have to go through painful things to just be an example," she said. Pompeo also talked about how "shocked" and "moved" she was to have women approach her and share their own stories of fighting for equality. "I think, as women, we're afraid to ask. We're afraid to be vocal," she said. "We're taught not to be. They like us quiet -- as we've seen from this administration. I think it's really important to encourage each other, encourage other women to stand up and be strong and know we'll be OK and we have each other's backs." In addition, DeGeneres dispelled the idea that if one person succeeds, another person can't experience the same success. "Look at us. This is two Ellens -- both with TV shows. We're both doing great," Pompeo said. "There are two seats at the table." (Eonline)

Sarah Hyland Says Doctors Are "Not Listening" to Her Ongoing Health Struggles. Sarah Hyland wants her voice heard. For the past several years, the Modern Family star has opened up to fans about her health struggles. Wednesday afternoon was no different as the actress took to Twitter and expressed a few frustrations many can empathize with. "For those who are chronically ill and in chronic pain: Have you had the experience of doctors not listening to you?" she asked her 1.6 million followers. "If so, how do you not tear their heads off with your bare hands? :)" One follower said she uses her education and stubbornness to her advantage. "You don't want to meet a pissed off version of me that's also in pain -- not a girl to be messed with," the fan shared. Sarah simply responded, "Preachin to the choir sister." Back in 2012, Sarah revealed in Seventeen magazine that she had a lifelong battle with kidney dysplasia. As a result, she underwent a kidney transplant that same year. While she has tried not to share too much information about her health struggles, fans grew concerned when she missed the 2017 SAG Awards for some "health reasons." A few months later and Sarah went on Twitter to provide fans with some additional information on her circumstances. "I haven't had the greatest year. Maybe one day I'll talk about it but for now, I'd like my privacy. I will say this year has brought a lot of changes and with that, physical changes," she wrote on Twitter. "No one's head should be bigger than their body but considering I've basically been on bed rest for the past few months, I've lost a lot of muscle mass. My circumstances have put me in a place where I'm not in control of what my body looks like." "There's no need to worry," Sarah added. "I've been down before and I'll probably be down again in my lifetime but I'm steadfast and solid and will conquer my obstacles." Best wishes, Sarah. (Eonline)

Kevin Smith Says He Lost 17 Lbs. in 9 Days With Post-Heart Attack Diet of Just Potatoes. You say potato; I say diet food? It's been less than a month since Kevin Smith's massive "widow-maker" heart attack laid out the comedy king and almost took his life. Now, just weeks later, the director, who was told by doctors he had to lose 50 lbs, is making serious changes, namely that he's gone on a very strict diet, currently consisting of only potatoes. In his podcast Hollywood Babble-On, the first since his heart attack, the 47-year-old explained that he's following the diet from illusionist Penn Jillette's book, Presto!: How I Made Over 100 Pounds Disappear, which details eating just potatoes for two weeks before incorporating salads and vegetables, but not fruits or nuts, for the next three months. In the podcast, Smith admitted that the extreme diet appealed to him because "it dials in to certain personality traits." "It's a pretty intense program, but it's been interesting," said the funnyman, who appears to be taking his life-threatening situation seriously. "And of course necessary for my health and stuff. But once I get to a decent place, then I can think about eating again." The New Jersey kid also said that he can't go back and eat the way he did when he was younger. "I'll never eat the way I used to. The way I used to eat wasn't f--king horrible. It was in my childhood that's what my doctor said," said the star. The father of one, also said eating "animal-related products" is now out and said that his daughter Harley Quinn, who is a vegan, was all about the diet change. "My kid is thrilled because she's a vegan, 'She's like, 'Welcome home brother,;" said the Comic Book Men producer. "This doesn't come from a personal philosophy, this comes from an 'I have to.' I don't know if I call myself a vegan, maybe a non-animal eater. The program is so far manageable," said the star, who tweeted about his "massive heart attack" from the hospital. On Wednesday, the social media superstar posted an Instagram photo of himself, wearing a jersey that had been gifted to him by the writing staff of Super Girl to commemorate surviving the heart attack. The image also showed his drastic and quick weight loss. "My new jersey commemorating my life & death battle with arch nemesis, The Widow-Maker! This open-heart crest, drawn by @supergirlcw storyboard artist @jeremysimser, was a gift from sweet storyteller @etcarrasco and the @supergirlwriters in the show's writing room," wrote Smith." Glad to see Smith is on the mend! (Eonline)

Britney Spears' dad is calling Kevin Federline's bluff that he needs more child support to care for the 2 kids he had with the singer ... we've learned Jamie Spears will demand to see Kevin's 2017 tax return to see if he's working for a living or sponging off her. We've learned K-Fed's lawyer sent Jamie Spears a letter Tuesday demanding her 2017 tax return. Kevin will be getting the exact same letter in the next day or so. We're told Jamie Spears ain't budging ... he won't agree to pay Kevin a cent over the $20,000 a month he's been getting until Kevin gives him a full accounting on how the money is being spent. Jamie believes Kevin is misusing some of the $20k by spending it on his 4 other children from different women. So far K-Fed and his lawyer haven't provided such an accounting, although they have demanded more child support. Jamie's position -- the kids needs haven't changed, so the only issue is whether $20k a month cuts it. We're told Jamie wants to make sure the kids are getting what they need from both Kevin and Britney, and if a judge ultimately says she should pay more, he'll be down with it. But he wants to control the purse strings to make sure Kevin isn't squandering the cash on matters unrelated to Sean and Jayden. (TMZ)

Tarek El Moussa got swindled out of $35k by a crooked realtor who later got his ass arrested for doing the exact same thing to others ... so claims Tarek, who's suing the realtor to get his jack back. The "Flip or Flop" star is going after Mario Gonzalez and MCR Realty ... claiming, in docs obtained by TMZ, he struck a deal in April 2014 to buy a house in Cypress, CA. Tarek, however, says he grew suspicious after Gonzalez told him to wire a $35k deposit, but reluctantly agreed to wire the cash. Things went south from there. Tarek says Gonzalez went radio silent for months, so he went to cops. Tarek says he later learned Gonzalez had been arrested. We checked ... and Gonzalez was arrested by the L.A. County Sheriff's Dept. in December 2016 for grand theft. Gonzalez also had his real estate license revoked. Tarek's suing for his $35k plus damages. (TMZ)

Kanye West might have to strap on his fightin' shoes ... because a company has come out of nowhere to compete for the right to use his Yeezy nickname. According to new legal docs -- obtained by TMZ -- Kanye's company was outmaneuvered by a Chinese company that swooped in and filed trademark paperwork in an effort to stake its claim to the popular Yeezy brand name. Kanye's company has owned the name Yeezy for footwear since 2013, but for whatever reason abandoned the trademark for other clothing items besides shoes in 2017. The Chinese company -- listed as Fujian Baby Network Technology Co. -- seized the opportunity by immediately filing trademark paperwork for the term "Yeezy Boost" for its clothing products. The rapper's company then refiled its application for Yeezy clothing, but the trademark office said not so fast ... because the Chinese company now has dibs. The good news -- Kanye shouldn't have to worry about this affecting Yeezy sneakers, but if he wants to branch out and start making mittens or even g-strings ... he might be in for a legal battle. (TMZ)

One of Bill O'Reilly's former co-workers isn't standing for what she considers his trash talk about FOX paying sexual harassment settlements -- she's filed a defamation suit against him. Former FOX News anchor Laurie Dhue is suing Bill for comments he made after FOX News paid settlements to 5 women ... including Laurie, who reportedly got over $1 million. In her suit, Laurie takes umbrage with Bill's statement that he was fired over "completely unfounded claims." Further, she says his claim, during a Matt Lauer interview, that he "never mistreated anyone on [his] watch in 42 years" is not only a lie ... it's also damaging her career. As she puts it, no one's going to hire a journalist who's been labeled a liar. And there's this bizarre aside -- Laurie says her image has been used in online ads for male enhancement pills, which also feature O'Reilly. Seems like she's saying she's been unnecessarily dragged into the penis pill market, due to her association with O'Reilly. A former junior producer at FOX, Rachel Bernstein, filed a similar suit in December against O'Reilly. We've reached out to a rep for O'Reilly ... so far no word back. (TMZ)

The man that Aubrey O'Day had her now-famous "Spanx-ripping" romp with after filming the finale of a reality show may be accused sexual predator Russell Simmons -- although Simmons firmly denies it. After news broke that the Danity Kane singer had an affair with Donald Trump Jr. after meeting him during the filming of "The Celebrity Apprentice" in 2011, a podcast surfaced in which she detailed a wild affair with a reality-show star. There was speculation on Tuesday that the man in question was Don Jr. or Diddy (with whom she filmed "Making the Band"). Page Six is told it could actually be Simmons. O'Day appeared in two episodes of the rap mogul's largely forgotten 2010 reality show, "Running Russell Simmons." In the "Risk!" podcast that O'Day recorded in 2012 she said that she and an unnamed man had flirted during filming, and that after she performed in the finale, "I was walking through the hallways and got pulled into this bathroom and he threw me up against the wall and looked at me for two seconds and then we started making out like crazy." O'Day did perform on camera with her band at a star-studded charity event in the finale of the series. But a rep for Simmons told Page Six on Wednesday, "Russell Simmons never had an intimate relationship with Aubrey O'Day. To be clear: He was not the man Ms. O'Day described as having met on a TV game show that she had a romantic relationship with." Simmons has been accused of sexual misconduct, including rape, by some 12 women. He has consistently denied any wrongdoing. (Page Six)

Bobby V is listed as the suspect in a rape that allegedly happened last weekend, according to cops now investigating ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell us ... the R&B singer was named by a woman who filed a police report in Cobb County, GA early Monday, March 19. We're told the alleged rape occurred Sunday. It's unclear where or what the circumstances were. We do know Bobby lives in the area. Cops say they have an open investigation into the case, so they're keeping details under wraps for now. Bobby's rep tells us they are pursuing legal action "against what appears to be a weak yet calculated attempt to obtain financial gain through ulterior motives in the matter." The rep did not say the alleged victim requested money directly from Bobby but called her version of events an apparent false report. The rep added, "Bobby takes any allegation against women very seriously. However, false allegations damage true victims of sexual abuse." You'll recall ... Bobby claimed he was the victim of an extortion plot last year, when a video surfaced online of him allegedly skipping out on a prostitute without paying. (TMZ)

The sexual assault case against Ed Westwick is being reviewed by the L.A. District Attorney's office. A spokesperson for the D.A.'s office confirmed to Us Weekly that the case was submitted by the Los Angeles Police Department on Tuesday, March 20, and is currently under review. As previously reported, the LAPD was investigating a claim made by actress Kristina Cohen in November last year that the Gossip Girl star held her down and raped her in 2014 during a visit to his home. Westwick, 30, previously denied the allegation, tweeting, "I do not know this woman. I have never forced myself in any manner, on any woman. I certainly have never committed rape." Two other women subsequently came forward to make similar allegations against the British actor, with actress Aurelie Wynn taking to Facebook to detail a similar incident in 2014, while Rachel Eck told Buzzfeed on November 14 that he had groped her breasts and pushed her up against a wall after she and her ex-boyfriend visited Westwick at a villa at the Sunset Marquis hotel in West Hollywood that same year. The actor, who was fired from the BBC's Ordeal by Innocence after the allegations surfaced, tweeted at the time that the additional allegations were untrue. "It is disheartening and sad to me that as a result of two unverified and provably untrue social media claims, there are some in this environment who could ever conclude I have had anything to do with such vile and horrific conduct," he wrote. "I have absolutely not, and I am cooperating with the authorities so that they can clear my name as soon as possible." (US Weekly)

Send in THE clown ... to God. Frank Avruch, TV's original Bozo the Clown, died Tuesday in Boston after a long battle with heart disease ... according to his family. He was 89. The Boston legend created Bozo back in 1959 and played the lovable clown until 1970. Although Frank wore a lot of hats -- as a local host on radio and WCVB-TV -- he'll most be remembered for wearing that red-orange wig, oversized red shoes and pajamas with the frilly collar. Avruch is an inductee of the National Television Academy's Gold Circle. Bozo's survived by his wife Betty, 2 sons, grandchildren, and, of course, his cousin Homey. After Frank had the role some other clown, Larry Harmon, slipped into Bozo's famous getup. Harmon died in 2008. Have a great time under the Big Top, St. Peter. (TMZ)

Queen Latifah Announces Her Mom's Death With Emotional Tribute. Queen Latifah is mourning the loss of her mom. The actress shared news of Rita Owen's death in a statement to E! News on Wednesday, saying, "It is with a heavy heart that I share the news my mother, Rita Owens passed away today. Anyone that has ever met her knows what a bright light she was on this earth." "She was gentle, but strong, sweet, but sassy, worldy but pragmatic, a woman of great faith and certainly the love of my life," Latifah continued. "She had struggled with a heart condition for many years and her battle is now over. I am heart-broken but know she is at peace. Thank you for your kindness, support and respect for our privacy at this time." Owens last joined her famous daughter on the red carpet in 2016. According to People, Owens was diagnosed with heart failure in 2004. She was able to manage the condition for so long thanks to proper medication, a chest defibrillator and healthy diet low on salt and fats. Latifah discussed her mom's health battle as recently as last September, telling the magazine, "I've just learned how much you can love a person and just how strong my mother is. I've come to respect her in ways you can't even imagine." "As a caregiver," the Girls Trip star reflected, "it's just like being a parent, like some things really don't matter. All the kind of frivolous things sort of fall to the side because there's something way more important than all that. And when we go through these things together as a family, I realize, these are the important things, these are the important moments." Our thoughts go out to Queen Latifah and her family during this difficult time. (Eonline)


Gisele Bndchen to detail Tom Brady marriage in new book. Gisele Bndchen is following in husband Tom Brady's literary footsteps. On Wednesday, the Brazilian bombshell announced the forthcoming release of her new book, "Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life." "I'm excited to announce the publication of my book, 'Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life,'" the supermodel shared on Instagram. "Looking back on some of the experiences I have lived through these past 37 years, what I've learned, the values that guided me and the tools that have helped me become who I am, has been a profound and transformative experience." Due out in October, "Lessons" will touch upon Bndchen's prolific modeling career, her nine-year union with Brady, 40, as well as motherhood. The couple has two children, son Benjamin, 8, and daughter Vivian, 5. Bndchen is also stepmother to Brady's 10-year-old son, John, whom he shares with ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan. "I'm happy I get to share with you my journey through many of the ups and downs that made me who I am today!" she exclaimed. Bndchen's book comes 13 months after the release of Brady's "The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance," detailing the Patriots quarterback's training methods. (PageSix)

Mike Pence's daughter revealed she bought a copy of the sold-out parody children's book that trolled her vice-presidential father. "I have bought his book," Charlotte Pence said of John Oliver's gay-themed love story, A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo, that was released in response to Marlon Bundo's A Day in the Life of the Vice President, the tale about the family's pet rabbit written by the 24-year-old and illustrated by her mother, First Lady Karen Pence. "He's giving proceeds of the book to charity, and we're also giving proceeds of our book to charity, so I really think that we can all get behind it," Charlotte told ITK as reported by The Hill on Wednesday. "It doesn't have to be divisive. I think that everybody can come together over Marlon." The proceeds from Oliver's book have been pledged to The Trevor Project and AIDS United. "Happy to support charities and important causes," Charlotte, the oldest daughter of the second family, tweeted on Wednesday. The Last Week Tonight story follows Marlon Bundo as he meets another bunny named Wesley and they decide to get married. However, a ruling stink bug -- who bears some resemblance to the vice president with his white hair and red tie -- declares that "boy bunnies don't marry boy bunnies" (also bearing some resemblance to Pence's enduring opposition to LGBT rights). "I'm all for it," Charlotte told Fox Business in an interview on Tuesday, adding, "Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery." Charlotte is also donating proceeds from sales of her book to A21, an anti-human trafficking nonprofit. Purchase Marlon Bundo's tale on Amazon or at www.betterbundobook.com. The Pence book is also available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble booksellers. (People)

Kate Middleton Keeps It Cute and Casual for Last Engagement Before Maternity Leave. Kate Middleton is squeezing in one more royal engagement before the arrival of baby no. 3. The Duchess of Cambridge attended her last official engagement before taking maternity leave on Thursday. Kate kept it cute and casual by wearing a cream-colored coat by Goat over a Hobbs floral top and black jeans. She accessorized her look with a pair of black heels. The soon-to-be mother of three had a packed itinerary for her final engagement. Joined by her husband Prince William, Kate started the day by stopping by the Copper Box Arena in London for a Team SportsAid event. Kate is a patron of the organization and has frequently shown her affinity for sports -- doing everything from hockey, rock climbing and sailing. "Some of you may know that I love sport," Kate said at SportsAid's 40th Anniversary dinner back in 2016. "I love cheering on teams and athletes that I am passionate about. I love the physical challenge sport presents and the mental strength it gives us all. And I love the way it so often brings people together to work as part of a team." Even Prince William got in on the fun and played wheelchair basketball with athletes hoping to compete at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. However, this wasn't the only form of competition the royals enjoyed. They also took part in a Commonwealth quiz alongside athletes, coaches and supporters. Afterwards, William and Kate headed to St. Luke's Community Center, where their Royal Highnesses put their culinary skills to the test and helped prepare this year's Commonwealth Big Lunch. The Big Lunch is a project that encourages people to enjoy a meal with their fellow citizens once a year. The royals were all smiles as they mixed and mingled with attendees over the meal. Kate is expected to give birth to the third child in April. It will certainly be a busy Spring for the royal family. On May 19, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will tie the knot at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. (Eonline)

Cynthia Nixon Gets Support From Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis After NY Governor Bid. Several of Cynthia Nixon's former Sex and the City co-stars, including Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis, have expressed support for her after she revealed that she plans on running for governor of New York. The 51-year-old actress and liberal activist, who played lawyer Miranda Hobbs on the HBO series, announced her bid on Monday. She will challenge current governor Andrew Cuomo for the Democratic nomination. The 60-year-old politician is seeking his third term. When asked what she thinks about Nixon running, Cattrall, who played Samantha Jones on Sex and the City, tweeted on Thursday, "I support & respect any former colleague's right to make their own career choices." Davis, who played Charlotte York Goldenblatt, says she has already donated to Nixon's campaign. "I'm sorry I'm not in NYC to join the party tonight, but I gladly donated @CynthiaNixon for Governor!" she said on Twitter on Wednesday. "I am so proud of @CynthiaNixon , no one cares more than she does about EVERY person getting a fair change and a good education. I know that she would be an excellent Governor!" she wrote on Monday. "I'm excited to support someone I have [known] for 20 years to be one of the most intelligent and caring people in my life!" Willie Garson, who played Stanford Blatch, said on Instagram, "I can't think of anyone who's more prepared, more caring, more educated on the issues and more READY than @cynthiaenixon....please join her on this journey, together we can turn things around with candidates such as her." Sarah Jessica Parker, who played main character Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City and lives in New York City, has not commented publicly about Nixon's bid for governor. If Nixon wins, she would become New York's first female and first openly gay governor. The New York general election will take place on Nov. 6. (Eonline)

Tyler Perry Refused to Be Outbid by Blue Ivy Carter at an Auction. Tyler Perry says he "could not be outdone by a 6-year-old" when he outbid Blue Ivy Carter for a piece of art. This past weekend, Beyonce and Jay-Z brought their daughter to her grandmother Tina Knowles' 2018 Wearable Art Gala and the child stole the show by bidding on a couple of art pieces at an auction. She lost an acrylic painting of a young Sidney Poitier to Perry. She had bid up to $19,000, after which Jay-Z appeared to try and stop her from going higher, and Perry won the piece for $20,000. "Somebody else was bidding against me. I didn't know who it was," Perry said on NBC's Today show on Thursday. "I look over and it's her. She's taking the paddle out of Jay's hand and Beyonce's hand and she's bidding. I'm like, this kid's not outbidding me today. You gonna learn today, little girl, I'm getting this painting. But Jay-Z actually pretended to pull it out of her hand and stop her bidding. But it was for charity so it was for a great cause." "I got the painting," he said. "I could not be outdone by a 6-year-old." Blue Ivy did win another art piece at the action, for a bid of $10,000. Beyonce herself also made a winning bid of $17,000 on a set of Lorraine Schwartz panther earrings. (Eonline)

Pink's daughter Willow is fascinated by makeup! The enigmatic 6-year-old took over her mother's iPhone camera on Wednesday with a makeup tutorial that seemed a cross between a fabulous unicorn and Pink's stage makeup. "My little girl and her first makeup tutorial #backstage #rockstarintraining #likemamalikedaughter," Pink, 38, captioned the footage of her oldest child on Instagram. Willow seemed attentive about applying pink lip gloss first, as well as a long blue streak across her forehead. She continued with bright pink blush and blue paint underneath her eyes with glitter sprinkled on top. Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Willow was probably sharing her secrets to getting the glammed up look she sported last week right before attending her mother's concert in St. Louis. Her face was covered in a multitude of colors including yellow and blue under her eyes with bright pink lipstick and blush. She completed her look with a healthy amount of pink glitter all the way up and down the length of her nose, with a bit right above her lips for good measure. "Willz make up for the St. Louis show," her dad, Carey Hart, captioned the memorable shot. Willow's creative look mirrored that of one she put together before Pink's Chicago concert earlier this week, posing with her mom and 14-month-old baby brother Jameson Moon for a backstage selfie. For the evening, the youngster sported bright-red lipstick and round patches of pink blush on her cheeks while Jameson seemed distracted by something off camera (maybe a donut?). In December, the "Just Like Fire" singer spoke to Cosmopolitan about Willow, revealing that she strives to instill a sense of individuality in her little girl. "Another very important thing I tell my daughter is it's very fun to be weird and it's very boring to be normal," Pink said, adding, "I have a rule with Willow that we don't say mean things and we don't say things we don't mean." "I want her to speak her truth and I want her to practice it now with me so that she can be good at it later," she continued. "I think one of the most helpful things to remember in life is to be true to herself." (People)

Owen Wilson and a blond date in South Beach, Fla., were so smokin' -- they set off an alarm that evacuated an entire hotel. Spies said that the Butterscotch Stallion -- Wilson, 49, who's been photographed in Miami showing off his fit bod on the beach -- appeared after midnight with a woman at the Tavern at Hotel Croydon. When the pair were allegedly sharing a smoke by the bathroom, lights began flashing. "Owen set off the smoke alarm in the hotel by smoking a cigarette near the bathroom," says a source. "The entire hotel was evacuated." Video footage of the incident shows Wilson's date dancing with him as the alarm goes off. They then casually slip out and into the night as Wilson ditches his drink on a patio and the woman puffs away. Other guests were seen shuffling downstairs in their pajamas. The hot hotel's owned by Alan and Nathan Lieberman's South Beach Group. Wilson's currently working on an animated film, "Naya Legend of the Golden Dolphin," with Kate Winslet, Gerard Butler and Quvenzhane Wallis. He dropped out of a planned TBS series in which he'd play God, with Daniel Radcliffe as an angel, called "Miracle Workers." His rep did not get back to us. (Page Six)

Kylie Jenner turned heads earlier this week for posting a photo of herself using a Waist Gang Society waist trainer less than two months after giving birth to daughter Stormi -- and some fans weren't exactly kind about it. Dr. Cynthia Robbins, a Texas-based OGBYN, spoke exclusively to Us Weekly about 20-year-old Jenner's bold choice and recommended that the Life of Kylie star avoid wearing the slimming accessory. "A waist trainer is a very tight garment that can be clinched tighter and tighter to pull in the floating rib and anatomically compress," she explained to Us. "This is worn higher, does not stabilize the pelvis and I feel puts harmful compression to the abdomen. It has a temporary result that is no different than anything too tight around skin." Dr. Robbins suggested that women looking to tone down postpartum opt for a safer alternative such as Belly Bandit wraps. "After the delivery of a baby, the body has had ligaments and cartilage softened by a hormone named Relaxin. This hormone has been produced at the end of pregnancy to allow for structure shifting as the baby moves through the birth canal," she said. "I advise patients to wear a support wrap or belly wrap postpartum to stabilize the patient's pelvis so that it is held in place and no longer shifts. This allows for early resumption of exercise and for earlier return to normal function and pre-pregnancy shape. This is a healthy way to quicken recovery." Although Jenner stayed out of the limelight during her pregnancy, she has been active on social media since welcoming Stormi in February. The Kylie Cosmetics creator recently shared pictures of herself lounging in a hot tub via Instagram and has also Snapchatted several photos flaunting her post-baby figure. The makeup mogul has also been busy raising Stormi, who she shares with boyfriend Travis Scott. A source previously told Us that Jenner has a strict policy for friends and loved ones visiting the baby and she is committed to keeping Stormi "healthy and indoors" within the walls of her Hidden Hills, California, estate. (US Weekly)

Meghan McCain is adding more fuel to her feud with Teddi Mellencamp. The two famous daughters have been beefing from afar since "The View" co-host McCain dubbed the "Real Housewives" newbie "boring" while appearing on "Watch What Happens Live" in February. In an interview with TooFab last week, Mellencamp responded, "I would never comment on how I think Meghan McCain does at her job," adding, "I just wouldn't. That's not my place. I'm about empowering other women to be the best they can be." But that rebuttal didn't cut it for the daytime debater, who gave another pointed interview this week about Mellencamp. "Even I thought that response was boring," McCain dished on the podcast "Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino" on Wednesday. "That was such a boring response. If you're going to cat fight with me, then fking cat fight with me, like come up with something better than that. You're boring." Adding to her rant, McCain said: "That's boringness of all boring, like you're not even answering in a good way." As for the other "Housewives of Beverly Hills," McCain said, "I hate Dorit [Kemsley] this season." "I've really tried to like Dorit," she lamented. "I've tried and tried. I don't like her, I don't like her accent [or] her wigs." But in McCain's eyes, Erika Girardi -- whose icy relationship with Mellencamp has played out on camera this season -- can do no wrong. "Erika could probably, like, run over my cousin and I still wouldn't be mad," she said of the newly minted author. Mellencamp fired back at McCain's latest barb in a statement to Page Six on Wednesday night. "For someone who thinks I'm so boring she sure has a lot to say about me," she said. "Of all the horses I have ever ridden, I have never been on one as high as the one Meghan sits on," the former pro equestrian added. (Page Six)

Kevin Hart is about to break the hearts of a lot of fans in Philly ... because according to the pint-sized funnyman, LeBron James has no plans to come to the cheesesteak land, and Kevin knows, cause Kevin tried. We got Hart leaving UCLA and asked if he's tried to recruit his buddy, James, to bolt Cleveland and join the young core of Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid in the city of brotherly love. Kevin says he definitely put on for his hometown, trying to get LeBron to make a move ... but that LeBron's response was not very promising. "He said kiss his ass." Hart said he only sweetened the deal with $40 bucks (c'mon Kev), but when we asked seriously he says no city has a real shot at LeBron, because Hart believes he'll stay put. "I don't see him leaving, other people think he will ... I don't see him going nowhere." (TMZ)

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Zay Jones is home with his parents and going to be okay after the penthouse meltdown that led to his arrest Monday night ... this according to Jones' dad. We broke the story ... Jones was busted for felony vandalism after a bloody, naked struggle with his brother at a downtown L.A. apartment. We're told Zay smashed a hole in a balcony window on the 30th floor of the apartment ... and his brother Cayleb was fighting to save him from jumping. Robert Jones -- who played 10 seasons in the NFL -- tweeted the update Wednesday afternoon ... thanking his followers for praying for his son. Zay -- a 2nd round draft pick in 2017 -- was released from custody earlier. He's due in court next month. The Bills released a statement Tuesday night, saying "We are still in the process of gathering more information on the matter. At this point, we will have no further comment." (TMZ)


Celine Dion Cancels Las Vegas Concerts to Undergo Surgery. Celine Dion is ready to put her health first. On Wednesday afternoon, the Grammy winner took to social media and announced she would be canceling her Las Vegas shows in March and April. According to the post, Celine has been dealing with a condition in her middle ear known as Patulous Eustachian tube. The diagnosis causes hearing irregularities and makes it extremely difficult to sing. The singer has been experiencing the condition for the past 12-18 months. During this time, she has used various ear drop medications to treat the condition. Ultimately, the medications have no longer been working. As a result, Celine will undergo a "minimally invasive surgical procedure" to correct the problem. "My luck hasn't been very good lately... I've been so looking forward to doing my shows again and this happens... I just can't believe it!" Celine said in a statement. "I apologize to everyone who planned to travel to Las Vegas to see my show. I know how disappointing this is, and I'm so sorry." The woman responsible for huge hits like "A New Day Has Come," "All By Myself" and "The Power of Love" is expected to resume performances at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on May 22. And for those who purchased tickets to one of the now canceled shows, a refund will be available. Earlier this year, Celine was forced to cancel seven concerts "on doctor's orders" after suffering from congestion and irritation of the vocal chords due to a lingering cold. Fortunately, Adele was able to catch one of her friend's shows before she took some time off to recover. "Queen Celine! What a show, an absolute highlight of my life, thank you so much for the attention to your crowd and insane humor," she said on Instagram after attending the January 12 show. "Happy new year lady." We're wishing Celine a full and speedy recovery. (Eonline)

Shawn Mendes Returns With "In My Blood" and Fans Are Going Wild. There's nothing hold Shawn Mendes back. The 19-year-old singer-songwriter has just released "In My Blood," the first single from his forthcoming third studio album, which doesn't have a release date or title. It's his first new music since 2017's "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back," the only single from his re-released sophomore album, Illuminate. (That track peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.) Before he dropped "In My Blood," Mendes shared his excitement with fans in a note, posting it on social media. "I know I've been pretty quiet during this album process and I just wanted to thank you with all of my heart for being there and supporting me the entire time," Mendes wrote. "This song is the closest song to my heart that I've ever written and I hope you guys love it and all the new music coming your way. I love and appreciate you all so much!!! Thank you!" To no one's surprise, fans are already going wild for the track: Mendes co-produced the song with Teddy Geiger and co-wrote it with Scott Harris and Geoff Warburton. He will debut the track on TV March 28 on CBS' The Late Show With James Corden. Little else is known about Mendes' album, but producer and songwriter Ryan Tedder did drop a few clues Wednesday during an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music's Beats 1. "I've done somewhere between, I don't know, five or six songs with him," he said. "For fear of death, I can't comment on the album at all, but I will say that it is the coolest. It's going to be amazing." Calling Mendes "classic," "lovely" and "timeless," Tedder said, "We banged out three songs in like a day. A few weeks later, his team asked if I would want to take a greater role in his album." The teen sensation and Tedder "hit it off" right away, he said. "I told his team my goal for that guy is stadiums -- and I think he's going to do it. And this album, I believe, will do it. I'm almost weird about it, because the songs are so good. I don't even want to really talk about it enough to say that it is great, it is authentic, it is new, it is different, it is cool, it is edgy. It is everything." The pop singer phoned in to the U.K.'s 96-106 Capital FM Friday to promote his rockin' new single. "It's funny. I've been playing it for a lot of people, and everyone's like, 'Wow, this is so not what we expected.' And I'm like, 'Really? I had no idea. I thought this is what people would have expected.' But it's raw. I kind of go there on the electric guitar zone and push myself," Mendes explained. "It's probably the deepest song I've wrote thus far -- it's super vulnerable." (Eonline)

Rod Stewart on Elton John's Retirement: "It Stinks of Selling Tickets." Two months ago, Elton John announced his farewell tour -- a 300-night event spanning three years, set to begin this fall. In just a few weeks, he'll release two cover albums and perform in a pre-taped CBS special with some of the biggest names in music, including Miley Cyrus and Keith Urban. So, when John's longtime friend Rod Stewart stopped by Bravo's Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, the "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" rocker wanted to tease him a little. The conversation began when a viewer called in to get his thoughts on John's retreat. "I did email her and said, 'What, again dear?'" Stewart responded. "And I didn't hear anything back!" Unlike John, the 73-year-old rocker said, "I've never spoken about retirement, and if I do retire, I won't make an announcement. I'll just fade away." Stewart added that planning a farewell tour "stinks of selling tickets." Fellow guest Cyndi Lauper, who is touring with Stewart this summer, joked a fake retirement publicity stunt is "not a bad idea," saying, "We could say, 'For the last time, we are retiring.' And then one more time. 'Well...maybe the second to last time.'" "It's dishonest," Stewart said. "It's not rock and roll." Stewart also addressed a recent incident in which John walked offstage because a fan repeatedly put his hands on the piano keys during "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting," his closing number. "I sort of understand, because the person kept [tapping him]," he said. "I don't mind it. I love people coming up on stage. It's a laugh, but I can see why he was pissed off with it. I've had people come on stage while I was singing and I've nearly had me teeth knocked out." John appeared on CBS' The Talk just hours before Stewart made his comments on on WWHL, where he discussed his plans for the farewell tour. Fans "can expect, probably, the best production they've ever seen from me," the 70-year-old singer said. "I think they can expect a retrospective of what my career has been like. It'll be happy and joyous, and poignant and sad." (Eonline)

Viceland Drops Trailer For New Queer Ballroom Scene Docuseries 'My House'. "When I'm vogueing, I just completely let go. It has a purpose of helping me escape whatever is going on," says a voice at the beginning of the new trailer for My House, premiering exclusively on Billboard. The new Viceland show, a half-hour docuseries, follows members of New York's queer ballroom scene including Alex Mugler, Precious Ebony, Tati Mugler and Justin LaBeija. The series was co-created and executive produced by Elegance Bratton. It premieres Wednesday, April 25 at 10 EST. (Billboard)

Jena Rose Doesn't Need Any More 'Reasons' to Leave on New Single: Premiere. Texas singer-songwriter Jena Rose has all the reasons she needs to move forward on her latest single "Reasons," premiered Thursday (March 22) on Billboard. "Reasons" touches on unhealthy relationships, similar to her breakthrough single "Sweet Love" -- but Rose's latest release displays her virtuosity, as she ably writes from the perspective of a close acquaintance and trades dance beats for a more solemn and direct stride. "When you're in a position where you ultimately feel stuck, it's hard to think of anything except for reasons to leave," Rose tells Billboard. "It's so important to find the strength within yourself to be able to say that enough is enough." Rose is currently preparing for the release of her upcoming Reasons EP next Friday (March 30) along with a supporting spot on Echosmith's Inside a Dream tour starting next month. Ticket information and dates can be found on her website here. (Billboard)

Punk Legends 7 Seconds Break Up After 38 Years. 7 Seconds formed in Reno, Nevada in 1980, and they've been together ever since, switching up lineups but never doing the breakup/reunion thing. The band's early records were enormously important to the development of melodic hardcore and straight edge, with the band howling grand and life-affirming and unpretentious hooks without compromising their speed or ferocity. As their influence has kept reverberating throughout the decades, they've kept touring hard and recording very good songs. But now they're finally calling it a day. In an honestly heart-rending Facebook statement, longtime frontman Kevin Seconds says that he never wanted to break the band up but that lingering injuries, as well as problems with depression and addiction, have forced the band to give it up. Seconds writes: So basically, we're a great big and old punk rock mess and the 4 of us can't really find a way to clean ourselves up or work around the rubble enough to play out as a live band... Those who have worked closely with us or who have followed us throughout our 38 years know how dysfunctional we can be but we always managed to pull our shit together at just the right time. This time around, the reality of being middle-aged, working class, not terribly relevant and not being able to bounce back from injuries and personal problems has become a weight just too great for us to bear and all signs finally point to retirement. No more band member replacements or even fill-ins. 7Seconds is Steve, Troy, Bobby and Kev. Pretty much always has been and will be. Admittedly, 2 years shy of a 40-year anniversary has me feeling a little down but there are more important things that milestones and the health of my band brothers and family trumps everything else at this point. When the time came, I never wanted for us to do a big retirement tour, but I had hoped we could at least have a big hometown (Reno) show before we took ourselves out. That's not going to happen. (Billboard)

Superorganism Give Camila Cabello's 'Havana' a Dark Spin for Spotify Singles Series. The UK pop collective Superorganism -- who released their debut album earlier this month and had a pretty impressive run at SXSW last week -- recently recorded two songs at RAK Studios in London as part of Spotify's Singles Series. One of them is their own "Everybody Wants To Be Famous" and the other is a cover of Camila Cabello's "Havana," the No. 1 single from the former Fifth Harmony member's superstar-making solo album from earlier this year. It applies their glitchy filter to the song's already immaculate sheen. The group also recently covered Pavement's "Cut Your Hair." (Billboard)

Ozzy Osbourne is suing AEG, claiming the entertainment group is essentially blackmailing him to perform at the Staples Center ... or else. Ozzy is scheduled to perform at the O2 Arena in London, but AEG has a giant string attached ... they won't let him play the O2 unless he also performs at Staples in L.A. Ozzy feels this is effectively a violation of the antitrust laws, which prohibit businesses from gaining a stranglehold on customers. Osbourne has set his sights on the newly refurbished Forum in nearby Inglewood ... not so much because he's set on performing there, but because he wants a bidding war between Staples and The Forum so he can line his pockets with more money. According to his agreement with AEG, if Ozzy performs anywhere within a 25-mile radius of L.A. he MUST perform at Staples, and that takes away his leverage. As for the O2 Arena ... the only way he can play there is if he plays ball with AEG in Los Angeles. The lawsuit includes an email from Sharon Osbourne to AEG, saying, "Shame on AEG for bringing artists into a power struggle that you're having with your competition, Live Nation." Ozzy wants a judge to invalidate the provision in his contract that forces him to perform at Staples. (TMZ)

Officials to turn over Prince investigative files to family. Prosecutors in Carver County have agreed to provide Prince's siblings with documents connected to the county's investigation into his death. John Goetz, an attorney for Prince's siblings, says prosecutors agreed to give him the medical examiner's autopsy investigation this week. He expects to get the rest of the investigative files next week. Prince was 57 when he was found alone and unresponsive in an elevator at his Paisley Park estate on April 21, 2016. An autopsy found he died of an accidental fentanyl overdose. The source of those drugs hasn't been determined. Goetz was seeking the investigative data so the family could determine who might be culpable in Prince's death, before time to file civil claims expires. Goetz and his clients must keep the data confidential. A judge hasn't yet signed off on the agreement. (PageSix)


Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool 2 Trailer Introduces X-Force -- and Features a Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Joke. The merc with a mouth is back. 20th Century Fox debuted the first full-length trailer for Deadpool 2, after releasing a buzzy teaser trailer in February. Starring Ryan Reynolds as the antihero, it introduces a new threat, Cable (Josh Brolin), sent back in time to murder a mutant who, at the time, is just a small child. The marketing campaign is appropriately irreverent. Take, for example, the studio's logline for the film: "After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry's hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor -- finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World's Best Lover." Expect nothing less from the movie studio "that brought you 27 Dresses and The Devil Wears Prada." In the trailer, Deadpool assembles an even larger team of allies -- similar to the X-Men, but less noble. "I can't let Cable kill this kid, but I can't do this alone. We're going to form a super duper f -- king group. We need 'em tough, morally flexible and young enough to carry their own franchise for 10 to 12 years," he explains to Weasel (T.J. Miller). "We will be known as X-Force." "Isn't that a little derivative?" Domino (Zazie Beetz) asks. "You're absolutely right," Deadpool says. "Now, let's go get our f--k on!" The trailer ends with a meta joke involving Reynolds' wife, Blake Lively, and one of her first films. "Doing the right thing is messy, but if you want to fight for what's right, sometimes you have to fight dirty," he says. "That's why Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is pure pornography." Directed by David Leitch, Deadpool 2 debuts in theaters May 18. In addition to Beetz, Brolin, Miller and Reynolds, the film stars Morena Baccarin, Terry Crews, Brianna Hildebrand, Stefan Kapicic, Jack Kesy, Shioli Kutsuna, Eddie Marsan, Karan Soni, Leslie Uggams and others. (Eonline)

Antonio Banderas Shaves His Head -- and His Eyebrows! Antonia Banderas is known for his fancy blade work in the Zorro films, but this time he is drawing attention for a different type of blade work. The Spanish actor sported a freshly shaven face and head -- including his eyebrows -- when he promoted his show Genius: Picasso, in Madrid. As part of playing the world-renowned artist, Pablo Picasso, the actor has shaved all his hair in an effort to find a likeness to the famous painter. His bald head is a fresh departure from the classic curls the Zorro star previously sported. Nonetheless, the 57-year-old effortlessly pulls off the bold look. The actor can also be seen wearing grey hair in the National Geographic series, which has previously drawn acclaim for its representation of Albert Einstein, who was played by Geoffrey Rush. Banderas will play the enigmatic artist in his later years, alongside Alex Rich who will portray him in his youth. The ten-part series premieres April 24 on National Geographic. (Eonline)

Priscilla Presley's documentary tells 'actual story' of Elvis' life. Priscilla Presley produced a new two-part documentary on Elvis. So, why? "Because books and things on him were by nobody who knew him. This one was a long time coming. Took a year to do. Seven years ago, I looked for the proper moment and considered now the right time for people's attention span. It's a three-hour story. "We show influences on his life. How he started. It was no easy beginning. He struggled. You'll see it's heart-wrenching. Town to town. Working bars, boonies. No overnight success, he worked his butt off. Alone. This is the actual story of his life. "He took breaks. When he came home, I remember he'd do a little song in between. He could be a good husband. In Graceland, we had our own life. He'd say, 'Buy this .?.?. get that .?.?.' "I knew Elvis as just Elvis. His ups and downs. No Hollywood life, even though people like Bobby Darin were around. I never even saw him perform until he played Vegas. "It's fascinating archival footage. Like when he first started out. You see his mother singing. It's the only existing recording of his mother. It's haunting. Not a bad voice. "You see behind-the-scenes frustrations. His own voice leads the way. You see him alone. In uncharted territory. His [manager] Col. Parker relationship. What happened to a movie he was supposed to make. R & R was not glamorous. "There's a warehouse under lock and key with an archivist and tour guide. Things like artifacts, jewels, collections, antiques, furniture, clothes he picked out. We have it all. I've been consumed with it. "And I'm still involved with his legacy. My daughter and son haven't a normal 9-to-5 life. They still ride through Graceland on a golf cart." "Elvis Presley: The Searcher" is on HBO April 14.

'Carol' Screenwriter Phyllis Nagy to Direct 'The Vanished' for CJ Entertainment. The Academy Award nominee will also write the screenplay for the film, which is based on a bestselling book that tells the true story of the "johatsu," disenfranchised Japanese who mysteriously disappear every year. Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Phyllis Nagy has signed on to write and direct a feature film adaptation of the best-selling non-fiction book The Vanished for South Korean powerhouse CJ Entertainment. Nagy is best known for her screenplay for Todd Haynes' 2016 film Carol, for which she was nominated for a best adapted screenplay Oscar. She also was nominated for two primetime Emmys in 2006 for writing and directing Mrs. Harris, the HBO film starring Annette Bening and Ben Kingsley. Written by journalist Lena Mauger and photographer Stephane Remael, The Vanished tells the haunting true story of the disappearance of people in Japan every year. Nearly 100,000 Japanese vanish without a trace annually. Known as the johatsu, or the "evaporated," they are often driven by feelings of shame and hopelessness, leaving behind failed careers, disappointed families or mounting debt. "The stories and images of the johatsu that are woven through Lena Mauger and Stephane Remael's remarkable book moved me profoundly," Nagy said. "Those who are disenfranchised, who have no voice, who are, in fact, wiped clean from the rolls of our collective society -- these narratives, though specific to Japan, increasingly find their terrible parallels in all corners of the world. And these global connections and resonances draw me powerfully to this tale. I can't wait to begin to dive in with this material with CJ." CJ Entertainment is developing, financing and producing the feature film. The project marks the South Korean company's second French book adaptation, following the 2013 international hit Snowpiercer, directed by Bong Joon Ho and starring Chris Evans, Song Kang Ho, Octavia Spencer, Ed Harris, and Tilda Swinton, which CJ adapted from the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige. CJ says the film will remain true to its source material in that it will be set in Japan. Producing for CJ Entertainment are Tae-sung Jeong, CEO of CJ Entertainment, and Francis Chung, vp of global co-productions and head of U.S. production. Mike Im, the company's head of international, is executive producing. Said Chung: "With The Vanished we had always wanted to tell the story in an intricate yet delicate fashion. Everything about Phyllis, from her storytelling approach and style, to her research and investment into the material, makes her the perfect writer and director for this project. We're thrilled to be working with her and know audiences will ultimately be treated to a masterfully crafted story for the big screen." Fred Lee, CJ Entertainment's Los Angeles-based director of development, and Khan Kwon, CJ's Seoul-based development & production executive, are overseeing development of the project. Nagy is represented by UTA and Casarotto Ramsay. In addition to The Vanished, she is currently at work on an adaptation of best-selling novelist Patricia Cornwell's first Scarpetta novel, Postmortem, which she will also direct. Nagy's attachment to the project was negotiated by Adam Mehr at Pryor Cashman on behalf of CJ Entertainment. It follows CJ's announcement last month that it had closed a deal with Academy Award winner Geoffrey Fletcher (Precious) to write the adapted screenplay for an English-language remake of the popular horror film The Housemaid. CJ also is developing, financing and producing that film. (Hollywood Reporter)

Bill Murray Says Parkland Kids Remind Him of Students Who Helped End Vietnam War. "The thing that's so powerful about students is that, when you haven't had your idealism broken yet, you're able to speak from a place that has no confusion, where there is a clear set of values," the actor says. Bill Murray sees something in the students of Stoneman Douglas High School that remind him of the youth who rallied to end the Vietnam War. In a recent op-ed for NBC News, the actor said we live in "interesting times," and he was blown away by the activism of the young people, all pulling toward a single goal: gun control. A gunman opened fire at Stoneman Douglas on Feb. 14 killing 17 people and wounding more than a dozen others. "I was thinking, looking at the kids in Parkland, Florida who have started these anti-gun protests, that it really was the students that began the end of the Vietnam War," Murray said. "It was the students who made all the news, and that noise started, and then the movement wouldn't stop." The comedian said he believes the "noise" the students are making now will get results. "You've got to surround a deeply political issue like gun control or a war, to come at it from every single direction," Murray said. "You can't just focus on one thing or aim for just the one goal. Ending the Vietnam war was not a simple thing, either: You had to make sure that all our people were safe; we had to make sure that they were as safe that you could be." Murray recalled how some felt the U.S. losing the Vietnam War would be disastrous for the country. It wasn't. "For children to be concerned about going to school, worried about what could happen to them at school, that makes for a horrible moment. It's just a horrible place for us to be at," he said. "The thing that's so powerful about students is that, when you haven't had your idealism broken yet, you're able to speak from a place that has no confusion, where there is a clear set of values." He continued, "But there are idealists left over the age of 18, I'm sure of it. Idealism is a voice that's inside of you; it's your conscience. That can really deteriorate along the way, depending on the road that you follow, and it can become almost dysfunctional, but it's there. Everyone has it. Sometimes it's just a whisper, but, in some people, it's a shout." (Hollywood Reporter)


Drew Barrymore Reveals Why She Loves Santa Clarita Diet's Blood and Guts (And What They're Made Of!). Drew Barrymore eats brains for a living. Well, they're not exactly brains, but on Santa Clarita Diet, they're supposed to look like them. Barrymore returns as Sheila Hammond, an undead realtor with a hunger for human flesh, in Santa Clarita Diet season two alongside Timothy Olyphant as Joel Hammond. The new season picks up right where season one ended; Shelia is still an insatiable zombie (of sorts), occasionally giving in to her hunger for humans. The result? Barrymore gets covered in fake blood, guts and all sorts of things that look like they're straight out of a zombie apocalypse. "I like it," Barrymore told E! News. "I think it's just different. I come home from work and I can't even get in my car without going to the shower in the facilities and having to get clean or I'm going to get blood all over the car... I think this is fun." In real life, the guts and organs are just as unappetizing. "The most disgusting, weird stuff," Barrymore said. "And I have to act like, 'Mmm,' it's like ecstasy, and I'm just disgusted." Barrymore said the gross-looking items she eats are dried apples, wet cake, beet shakes, grains that "ferment, so by the time I eat them they're rotten" and "plastic rubber." "It's not plastic rubber," Olyphant said. "It is plastic rubber!" Barrymore maintained. "It's an edible plastic rubber. It tastes like latex. It's disgusting." Olyphant has not tried the TV guts, but said, "I know for a fact you cannot eat plastic rubber." "But there's an edible plastic," Barrymore continued to maintain. The chemistry between the two is just as dynamic on screen as it is off. The actors play husband and wife who fully support one another, zombie affliction and all. On paper, the show sounds like it could be a very dark, bloody mess. Barrymore said when she met series creator Victor Fresco she wasn't sure what to think. "I don't want to do dark for dark's sake," she said. But she met Fresco and got the pitch of the show and was sold, thanks to the part of the show that people relate to: the marriage. "I think this show is about a marriage that functions and works, especially under the most difficult circumstances, but they still talk about regular domestic issues or household chores... I think in this day and age the world is so crazy they almost need a little crazy with their crazy. I just like the balance of it all," Barrymore said. In the middle of all the craziness that comes with being and living with an undead woman, Joel watched a documentary on jugglers, much to the delight of Barrymore and Olyphant. "I don't care how crazy your circumstances were, human beings will still continue to talk about their daily riff-raff," Barrymore said. "I find this show to be oddly old fashioned. It's both inspired and new and fresh. There's something very old fashioned about it. Like you said once, it feels like a movie from the '40s or something," Olyphant said to Barrymore. Santa Clarita Diet returns Friday, March 23 on Netflix. (Eonline)

Terence Tells Megan to "Stop Bulls--ting" Him During Tense Fight on The Arrangement. Fake it until you make it doesn't work at The Institute! Megan Morrison (Christine Evangelista) is in way over her head on The Arrangement this week. She agreed to start doing private therapy sessions with Terence (Michael Vartan) for one reason: to destroy him. But it's not going to be that simple pulling one over on Terence. "Working in this industry, it puts these standards, this enormous pressure on people, on women... " Megan shares with Terence during their first session, but he's not buying it. "Megan, don't externalize blame. It's an escape on self- reflection. Talk about you. What do you feel?" Terence asks her. Once again Megan tries to go a little deeper and more personal in her approach. "Sometimes I find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning," she reveals. "I just lie there waiting to be judged. Picked a part by a world that doesn't know me. That's overwhelming." Terence goes along with her cliche response and checks in on the stomach pains she's experiencing, which have apparently disappeared. At the end of the session Terence has some surprising news for her. "I'd like to accelerate things," he tells a stunned Megan. "You have to stop bulls---ting me," he tells her. Even though she's about to deny that she's not giving her all to therapy, Terence let's her know who's in control. "Yes you are. You're deflecting. There is something else at the core of your stress. Somewhere you don't want to go," he cautions her. "But if you want my help and you want to get better, we have to go there -- and we will. Time to dig deep." Brand new episode of The Arrangement Sunday at 9 p.m., on E! (Eonline)

Once Upon a Time Is Welcoming Back Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, and More for the Series Finale. Before we say goodbye to Storybrooke for good, a whole host of fan favorites will return for one last hurrah. E! News has confirmed that the two-night Once Upon a Time series finale will indeed include appearances from nearly all of the original stars who departed at the end of last season as co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis rebooted the series. And when we say nearly all, we mean it. The finale, fittingly entitled "Leaving Storybrooke," will include appearances from Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas and Emilie De Ravin, who join a longer list of previously announced returning stars that includes Jared Gilmore, Sean Maguire, Rebecca Mader, Beverley Elliot (Granny), Lee Arenberg (Grumpy/Leroy), Keegan Tracy (Blue Fairy/Mother Superior), Tony Amendola (Geppetto/Marco), Victoria Smurfit (Cruella de Vil), JoAnna Garcia-Swisher (Ariel), and Robbie Kay (Peter Pan). "Seven years after we set off on this magical journey, we prepare to say goodbye to the cast, crew and writers that made the 'happily ever after' that is Once Upon a Time possible," Kitsis and Horowitz said in a statement. "We couldn't think of a more fitting way to say farewell than by reuniting so many of the characters that our fiercely loyal fans spent years with on their adventures. We hope everyone joins our Once family, old and new, for what we hope will be the sendoff of a lifetime befitting this stellar cast and its incomparable fans." Morrison, Gilmore, de Ravin and Mader have all made appearances in season seven episodes already, however this will mark the first time fans have gotten to check in with Goodwin and Dallas' Snow White and Prince Charming since leaving them behind in Storybrooke at the end of season six. Of course, the returning stars will join season seven regulars Lana Parrilla, Robert Carlyle, Colin O'Donoghue, Andrew J. West, Dania Ramirez and Mekia Cox. The two-night finale will air on May 11 and 18. Once Upon a Time airs Fridays at 8 p.m. on ABC. (Eonline)

Tamar Braxton getting all butt hurt over her estranged husband's portrayal on "Braxton Family Values" makes zero sense to her sisters, who say they're gonna keep trashing him ... like family should! Trina, Towanda and Traci Braxton told us Wednesday, Tamar's stance is hypocritical because she's guilty of airing the dirty laundry of other family members in the past. We broke the story ... Tamar thinks the show's new season has been edited to vilify her soon-to-be-ex, Vincent Herbert. The sisters didn't exactly deny doing it, but said they just keep it real by sharing their true feelings ... whether cameras are rolling or not. As for any contact with Vincent, sure sounds like the ladies still have Tamar's back ... as they did in October. Remember, we got them fresh off a plane on the way to comfort her after news of Vincent's alleged infidelity broke. (TMZ)

Hallmark to debut 34 new Christmas movies in 2018. Spring has just sprung, but Hallmark is already busy preparing to deck your halls this Christmas with original holiday movies. Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will unveil 34 new original Yuletide flicks in 2018, EW has learned. That's a new record for the pair of networks, which last year debuted a combined 33 holiday films. (And that number was up from 2016, when 28 new Christmas movies aired.) Hallmark Channel will unveil 22 of these 34 movies, while sister network HMM will premiere a dozen. Hallmark Channel will begin to roll out the new ones on Oct. 27 as its Countdown to Christmas programming block begins, while HMM starts its "Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas" campaign on Nov. 4. All of this holiday comfort food will be served by some familiar faces, of course: Danica McKellar, who last year anchored Coming Home for Christmas, will star in one of Hallmark Channel's 22 films. Meanwhile, Kellie Martin will star in HMM's tentatively titled Vet, which is being described as "an emotional story of heroism and homecoming." Hallmark's holiday festivities begin when the calendar reaches the halfway to Christmas mark, with HMM's Gold Crown Christmas programming block from June 29 to July 8 and Hallmark Channel's Keepsake Christmas from July 6 to July 15. Like last year, both of these programming blocks will feature re-airings of their respective classic original Christmas movies, but unlike last year, they're not planning to premiere any new ones. Lifetime also is stepping its Christmas game, announcing last week that it will debut original 14 holiday TV movies in 2018. (Entertainment Weekly)

Kelly Macdonald Boards BBC Drama 'The Victim' From 'Man in the High Castle' Writer. John Hannah and James Harkness also star in the legal thriller from Rob Williams, which is now shooting in Scotland. Trainspotting and Boardwalk Empire star Kelly Macdonald has joined The Victim, an upcoming legal thriller for the BBC that has been created by The Man in the High Castle writer Rob Williams. John Hannah (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Sliding Doors) stars alongside Macdonald in the four-part drama, which has now begun filming in Scotland, together with rising name James Harkness (Rogue One, Darkest Hour). Jamie Sives, Karla Crome, Ramon Tikaram, Cal MacAninch, Chloe Pirrie and Isis Hainsworth round out the cast. Set in Edinburgh and Greenock and focusing on Scotland's unique legal system, The Victim is told through the eyes of the plaintiff and the accused. Anna Dean (Macdonald) is the Edinburgh mother of a 9-year-old boy who was murdered 15 years ago by a then 13-year-old. Having campaigned to be told of the killer's new identity and whereabouts, she is accused of revealing his new name online. But what exactly is she guilty of and what is she capable of doing in her son's name? Craig Myers (Harkness) is a hard-working family man from Greenock who becomes the victim of a vicious attack after being branded online as a notorious child murderer living under a new identity. Is he simply the tragic victim of mistaken identity or the convicted murderer he's suspected of being? An STV Productions drama for BBC One, The Victim is being directed by Niall MacCormick (The Long Walk to Finchley, Complicit), with Jenny Frayn producing. Executive producers are Sarah Brown and Rob Williams for STV Productions, and Elizabeth Kilgarriff and Gaynor Holmes for the BBC. (Hollywood Reporter)

'Santa Clarita Diet' Stars Drew Barrymore, Timothy Olyphant on the Accidental Relevance of Season 2. "I think we were more on the pulse of the outside world than we may have even intended to be," Olyphant says of how much the latest batch of episodes of Netflix's zombie comedy touch on the current political climate. Santa Clarita Diet was quick to establish its strong feminist perspective when its first season debuted last year. As Drew Barrymore's meek suburban realtor Sheila Hammond transformed from living to undead, she also became noticeably more confident and assertive, even aggressive. Now with the second season of Netflix's zombie sitcom premiering Friday, as more and more women are speaking out via the #MeToo movement, the show's take-charge female characters seem even more timely. It's a perspective that Barrymore ironically attributes to the vision of male creator and showrunner Victor Fresco. "I think Victor is a feminist himself, so I think he writes really lovable and admirable men, but I also think he writes a very strong woman," Barrymore tells The Hollywood Reporter. "Myself and [onscreen daughter] Abby (Liv Hewson) have this ferocious, yummy empowerment that is really all coming from him. He just inherently gives women a great opportunity. I certainly had more of an awakening and a more exciting time becoming Sheila than some other characters [I've played]. She had something to her that really was like a weird wake-up call for me. And that's a man writing a woman." Still, in terms of overt references to current gender politics, that's something for a potential third season, she cautions. "As far as whether we get into the political climate of harassment and equal pay and marching and all of that stuff, that's up to Victor to figure out if he thinks that his show is the appropriate place for that," she adds. And while neither Barrymore nor fellow star Timothy Olyphant, who plays Sheila's husband Joel, could talk specifics about the upcoming 10 episodes, Olyphant tells THR that he felt by the end of production on season two, "We were more on the pulse of the outside world than we may have even intended to [be], but lately perhaps things are just crazier in the outside world than they used to be." He adds, "The two have come together in an odd way." Barrymore also hopes that the series' irreverent comedy takes viewers away from the craziness of the real world. "I feel like one of the best political efforts I could make would be to be a part of something that takes people out of their lives and entertains them but something that isn't just violent or bloody for that sake or empty comedy," she says. "I think this show has a lot of unique tones going through it, and at the end of the day, it is about a family and people who are trying to make it work, and that's exactly what we're all trying to do out there, trying to survive this crazy world that we're living in right now. I feel like that's one of the ways that I could best serve anyone is to just take them out of their own troubles and fears and pains or whatever for a 10, 30-minute episode binge of something that is a comedy but it's got balls. And this world, we've gone so far in that direction, that I don't think anything less irreverent would be relevant." Within the world of the show, after learning at the end of the first season that there isn't a cure for Sheila's undead condition, Joel quickly accepts that there's no going back to the way things were. "He's pretty clear on this is the new normal, and he comes to terms with that pretty quickly," Olyphant says. "Now it's about how to make a relationship work within those circumstances." And while he was preoccupied with finding a cure for Sheila in season one, in season two, Joel's focus shifts wider. "Joel is determined to try to figure out how this happened and hopefully keep it from happening to anyone else," Olyphant says before joking of the lofty goals, "Essentially save humanity. You know, keep the marriage together, keep it working, keep the family together and oh, by the way, if you can, save humanity." Barrymore adds, "All from the Santa Clarita zip code." (Hollywood Reporter)

Jay Leno Returns to The Tonight Show to Joke About Sexual Misconduct Scandals. Jay Leno is always a welcome presence on The Tonight Show. The former host made a surprise appearance during Jimmy Fallon's monologue Wednesday. "I think I pulled something on that last joke," Fallon pretended. "I'm not sure I can go on, actually. But this is the Tonight Show. We have to go on. I need someone to tag in for me. Anyone? Can someone tag in for me please?" The camera cut to Leno, who was waiting in the wings, fully ready to sub in for Fallon. To start, Leno joked, "I've been standing back there for nine months!" With that, Leno got to doing what he does best. "Folks, sexual harassment is a big issue. People finally are taking it seriously. In fact, scientists at Northwestern University did a study about the differences between men's brains and women's brains. This is fascinating. Listen to this: It seems women's brains are located in their heads. This explains a lot! And a lot of really talented and really accomplished actors have been accused of sexual harassment. Also...Steven Seagal," the comedian deadpanned. "In fact, I was talking about this just yesterday with my Uber driver, Kevin Spacey. It's not just actors. Matthew Weiner, the creator of the hit show Mad Men, he's been accused. Let me tell you something, OK? When your last name is Weiner, just introducing yourself to people is sexual harassment." "I'm sure you know former congressman Anthony Weiner is in jail for sexting an underage girl. What you might not know is when he got caught, he actually called Bill Clinton to apologize. See, that's when you know your life is going off the rails, when your sexual behavior offends Bill Clinton, OK? Matt Lauer, fired from the Today show -- and Matt had to learn the hard way. When Al Roker says 'no,' he means 'no.' How about Charlie Rose walking around naked in front of interns? When did newsmen start behaving this way? I never met Walter Cronkite prancing around in front of Margaret Thatcher: 'Take a look at that, Margaret!' 'And that's the way it is.'" After addressing "levels of sexual harassment," he brought up Harvey Weinstein. Summarizing one woman's story, he said, "He meets a woman in a hotel lobby, asks to go up to his room, she says no, he then opens his pants and masturbates into a potted plant. Now, admittedly I have been out of the dating game for a number of years; it's just hard to believe the protocol has changed that much. And I gotta ask the women: Has that ever worked? A guy hits on you, you say 'no,' he does that and you go, 'Oh, what a fool I was!' How about Harvey? Has he thought it through? Let's say the woman did change her mind -- the man is 65 years old! By the time he's done with the potted plant it's, 'Uh, sweetheart, you're going to have to come back tomorrow." Leno ended his bit by referencing the scandal surrounding Stormi Daniels and Donald Trump. "Luckily, those are just media types and Hollywood people. Can you imagine what our country would be like if the President of the United States acted like that?" he joked. "As you know, President Trump allegedly paid a porn star $130,000 to cover up their affair. If that turns out to be true, it'd be the first time Trump has fully compensated someone for all the work they did." After Leno left the stage, Fallon returned to interview Zoey Deutch and James McAvoy. (Eonline)


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