Blake Lively just trolled Ryan Reynolds in the most perfect way. Let's be honest, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are pretty much the only classic loved-up couple we've got left. First, we lost Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan have announced their separation, so we love gleaning insights into the couple's love life. Luckily for us, the couple let us live vicariously through their Twitter exchanges. Ryan shared this video with his 'twin brother', Gordon Reynolds, on Instagram and Blake perfectly trolled him with her response... "Sh*t. Your brother is hot. I've made a terrible mistake," she wrote. "You haven't made a mistake," Ryan replied. "You've been living with him for over a year." Never change, guys. Proving that the couple are as loved-up as ever, Ryan said *the* sweetest thing about his wife at the Deadpool 2 premiere recently. When asked for his response to being dubbed 'Mr Lively', which he was jokingly hailed by the stars of the film Book Club, he had the perfect response. "Oh, I'm Mr. Lively 24/7," he told ET. "And I'm happy about it. It's great. [It's the] best gig." Later on in the night, he continued his compliments, saying to Vanity Fair: "My family is everything to me, and that's what brought about Deadpool 2. Actually, for [screenwriters] Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, and myself -- we've been friends for 10 years, and in that time we all acquired families and sort of grown up a little bit. So we wanted to write that into the story. The idea of love and family is what's in Deadpool 2, even though I am still as immature as f*ck!" "[Blake has] immeasurably made my life better. She's my best friend. I absolutely love and respect her. She's the best thing that's ever happened to me." What a man! Blake showed her adoration for her husband by donning a gorgeous black and red dress (Deadpool's signature colors) and even rocked a Deadpool themed manicure. Could they be any more awesome? Despite rumors flying around last month that the couple were on the rocks, Ryan took to Twitter to bat away the fake news in the only way he knows how - by being totally hilarious. Responding to an article that suggested they were 'struggling' to spend 'quality time' together, he said: "I wish. I could use a little "me time"". Thanks for supplying us with a little comic relief, Ryan. The pair is notoriously private about their relationship, but Ryan's previously explained why this is. "I don't intentionally try to be evasive about that stuff," he explained. "If you ask me to describe my relationship, I mean -- words are too clumsy to accurately describe how I feel in that regard, particularly in an interview. It's a strange thing. I understand the climate we live in and why people are curious. But it's just tough and almost emotionally violent - for anyone, I think - to see your personal life summarized in a sentence." (British Glamour)

Whatever Nick Jonas has going with Priyanka Chopra appears to be the real deal, because she was his date for a wedding, and not just any wedding -- it was a family affair. The youngest JoBro and Priyanka were arm-in-arm at his cousin's wedding near Atlantic City over the weekend. She was draped in a gold dress, and Nick was suited and booted ... but no socks with his white sneakers. So chic. While they haven't made any official announcement ... all the "new couple" signs are there. They even traveled together for the wedding -- we got shots of them arriving at JFK airport. We're told Nick introduced Priyanka to his older brother, Kevin, and his wife, Danielle. Yeah, ya know it's beyond just banging when family meet-and-greets are going down. As for whether she met Nick's parents ... no Focking clue. (TMZ)

Anthony Bourdain's Ex-Wife Breaks Her Silence on His Death With Heartbreaking Message About Their Daughter. In the wake of Anthony Bourdain's tragic death, his ex-wife Ottavia Busia has addressed his passing with a message about their beloved daughter. The couple of nine years, who went their separate ways by 2016, shared an only child, 11-year-old daughter Ariane Bourdain. The exes remained amicable after their split with Bourdain telling People in 2016, "My wife and I live, have lived, very separate lives for years...There's no drama here. We get along really, really well and it's not a big lifestyle change happening here." Their amity was apparent in Busia's message to him early Monday on social media, particularly as co-parents to their daughter. "Our little girl had her concert today," Busia wrote to her late ex on Instagram along with a photo of Ariane at a microphone. "She was amazing. So strong and brave. She wore the boots you bought her." "I hope you are having a good trip, wherever you are," she concluded the caption. Bourdain died of an apparent suicide by hanging early Friday. His colleague Eric Ripert found him in his hotel room in France, where he was shooting for his CNN series, Parts Unknown. Busia's caption hits home for fans of Bourdain, who loved his daughter endlessly. "For me, [love] means the same thing it meant in 2012 and the same thing it will mean in 2014. It is the most glorious thing in the world to be the father of a little girl," he said on The Taste in 2013. "She warms my heart so much each day. She loves cooking in the kitchen with me, gets up on a little chair and takes it really seriously. We make ratatouille together, omelets, she loves it. She puts on her little apron." As he concluded, "She's the joy of my life." (Eonline)

Rose McGowan is defending her friend, and Anthony Bourdain's girlfriend, Asia Argento ... saying there is NO reason to play the blame game after his suicide. Rose says she knows people who knew Anthony, or just loved him on TV, want to "lash out and blame" someone for his death, but says Asia is not the one to blame. Rose is reportedly in Italy comforting Asia and calls her a "brave survivor." She wrote an open letter describing the chemistry between Asia and Anthony ... saying they both battled demons and, at times, both wanted to die. Rose and Asia bonded as alleged victims of Harvey Weinstein, and Rose says Asia "did the work to get help, so she could stay alive" for her children -- but "Anthony's depression didn't let him, he put down his armor, and that was very much his choice." As we reported, photos surfaced last week of Asia hugging and holding hands with a French reporter -- at the same time Anthony was in France. Rose says people shouldn't read into that because, "Anthony and Asia had a free relationship, they loved without borders of traditional relationships." And there's this ... Rose says Anthony sought help for his depression but, for some reason, didn't take the doctor's advice. She adds, "It is in no way fair or acceptable to blame her or anyone else, not even Anthony." (TMZ)

In the wake of Anthony Bourdain's death, the American chef's friends and colleagues are reflecting on his final days. "He was normal, normal. Just like himself," chef Jean-Yves Schillinger tells PEOPLE exclusively. The chef, 55, entertained Bourdain and French chef Eric Ripert at his Michelin two-star restaurant JY'S in Colmar, France, on Tuesday, participating in an on-camera conversation for Bourdain's Parts Unknown. "I didn't see anything unusual," Schillinger says. However, in an interview with the New York Times, Bourdain's mother Gladys said Ripert told her that "Tony had been in a dark mood these past couple of days." Gladys also said she had no indication that her son was thinking about suicide. On Friday, Bourdain, 61, was found unresponsive in his hotel room in Kaysersberg, France, by his close friend Ripert, according to CNN. Both were filming an upcoming episode of Parts Unknown, which featured Ripert introducing Bourdain to some of the best restaurants, vineyards and artisans along the French-German border. A police spokesperson in Strasbourg, France, confirmed Bourdain's death to PEOPLE on Friday but would not confirm the cause of death. The manner of death was classified as a suicide. Although Schillinger explained he hadn't seen Bourdain in a couple of years, he knew the late chef and TV host from Les Halles, Bourdain's former restaurant in New York. "It was a long time that I hadn't seen him. I knew him from his restaurant in New York and when he arrived here Tuesday. It was just like he always was. He was very professional, just as always," he explains to PEOPLE. Following the two-hour shoot at his restaurant, Schillinger accompanied Bourdain and Ripert to a nearby beer garden in Germany. "We went to the beer garden in Freiburg together and we were just talking, talking, talking about everything for two hours," he tells PEOPLE. "In Germany, I was surprised because he was very well known there. People recognized him, came over, asked for an autograph, for selfies. It was surprising because in France, no chefs, the public don't know him, but in Germany, his show is very popular and many people know him." "He was okay, he was like he was on television," Schillinger continues. "I could never have imagined that one, two days later he would be dead." Reflecting on Bourdain's legacy, Schillinger tells PEOPLE, "He wasn't a three-star chef, but he did make food accessible to people and that's something." Christine Speisser, who is the only woman in France to hold the title of Master Butcher/Caterer, tells PEOPLE she was scheduled to film for Parts Unknown on Friday morning, when Bourdain was discovered in his hotel room. According to Speisser, the television crew had everything set up at the outdoor market in Strasbourg's Place Broglie -- where she was to show Bourdain around -- and was ready for Bourdain and Ripert to arrive around 10 a.m. "For me, it was something exceptional," she tells PEOPLE. "It was an honor to receive chef Bourdain." "People knew he was coming to the market and everything was in place, ready to film," she continues, adding that a production assistant arrived and said, "there's a big problem." "It was like they were all struck by lightning. They all just sat on the ground," Speisser adds, describing the mood among the crew. "They didn't say what was happening, they probably didn't know everything," says Speisser's friend Christelle Schenck, 36, who had come to help out with the filming. After waiting for an hour, the team packed up and departed without a clear explanation. "Apparently, they need to cancel, we were told. They said we'll call you back," Schenck adds. Speaking with PEOPLE, French prosecutor Christian de Rocquigny said there was no evidence of foul play or violence in the chef and TV host's death. "Nothing suggested the involvement of a third person," Rocquigny told PEOPLE. A medical expert did not find any signs of violence on Bourdain's body and toxicology tests are being performed, the AP reported. Rocquigny explained to PEOPLE that "an autopsy is the priority" as police in Colmar continue investigating Bourdain's death. If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), text "help" to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741 or go to (People)

Insult comic Lisa Lampanelli went nuclear on a fan who tried to give her $100 to shut up in the middle of one of her gigs. It went down Sunday at the San Jose City National Civic center. Unclear what Lisa had said that ticked the guy off, but Lisa offered to give him his money back for his ticket. Instead of taking her up on the offer, the guy handed her a hundo to "shut the f**k up," which ... let's just say didn't smooth over the situation. It all went downhill from there. People who were there tell us Lisa then went postal on the crew manning the lights, and then went on a tirade after someone from the balcony called her a c**t. We're told Lisa eventually left the stage 30 minutes into what was supposed to be an hour-plus long set and never came back. (TMZ)

Jeff Bezos' home in Bev Hills was targeted by burglars who ended up leading cops on a crazy car chase ... TMZ has learned. The attempted burglary went down Wednesday night when the perps smashed a window at the mansion ... according to our law enforcement sources -- but something scared them off. We're told nothing was stolen from Jeff's crib. However, we're told cops think the guys who hit casa Bezos might be the same guys who, hours later, successfully burglarized another nearby mansion. Cops spotted a car fleeing the scene early Thursday morning and gave chase. The pursuit continued for 25 minutes but, in this case ... the bad guys won. They ditched the getaway car and fled on foot. The 3 suspects are still at large. (TMZ)

Neal E. Boyd, the gifted opera singer who won "America's Got Talent," died Sunday from heart failure ... TMZ has learned. He was in his hometown of Sikeston, Missouri, reportedly at his mother's home, when he died. The county coroner tells TMZ ... Neal passed around 6 PM and adds no autopsy will be done. We're told he had a known a health condition related to his heart. Neal won 'AGT' back in 2008 ... wowing the judges and the audience with his operatic voice. He recorded one album, "My American Dream," after the victory. In early 2017, Neal blacked out while driving, causing an accident that left him and his mother badly injured. They'd been slowly recovering since then. Neal was 42. RIP. (TMZ)

Blake Painter had a variety of drugs near his body when cops found him in his home, and it appears he'd been dead for several days ... TMZ has learned. According to the incident report from the Clatsop County Sheriff's Office in Oregon ... a concerned friend of the former "Deadliest Catch" captain came by to check on him and spotted him through a window lying on the floor of his living room, so he called the cops. The officer who entered the home says he could smell "the odor of decaying flesh" immediately and discovered Painter lying on his side ... his face, back and stomach were blue. The report says a bottle containing the painkiller Tramadol was on the couch, along with another bottle with an assortment of pills. There was also a pipe, tinfoil and an Altoids container with what cops believe were heroin and meth inside. The medical examiner discovered another small pipe in Painter's shorts. We broke the story ... Blake was found dead in his Oregon home on May 25. His friend told cops he'd been trying to reach Painter since Monday, and he'd been sober and happy in the days prior. Blake even took his daughters swimming the Sunday before he died. Painter was best known for being a captain on seasons 2 and 3 of "Deadliest Catch." He was 38. (TMZ)


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