Ricki Lake Reveals She's 'Found Love Again' Nearly 2 Years After Late Husband's Death. Nearly two years after the tragic death of her second husband, Ricki Lake is in love. "I found love again," Lake, 50, said Wednesday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California. "My husband, who passed from mental illness and suicide, it'll be two years on Feb. 11," she said of her late husband Christian Evans' death in 2017, "and I just recently found a brilliant new love." Lake is now dating boyfriend Jeff Scult, who founded clothing brand One Golden Thread. "He's making me really happy," she gushed of Scult. "We've been together for three-and-a-half months. We met through a mutual friend." Last week, she shared a smiling photo of the couple at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and captioned the Instagram post, "This is what happy looks like. ??." The new relationship comes at a bittersweet time for Lake, who will honor Evans' life on Monday, Feb. 11 -- the two-year anniversary of his death. In 2017, Lake revealed on Instagram that Evans, to whom she married in April 2012, had taken his life. Lake to reveal that he had been battling bipolar disorder and that his manic episodes had led to the couple's divorce in 2015 even though they continued their relationship until as recently as fall 2016. "I have to spread the word about recognizing this disorder and getting treatment as soon as possible," Lake told PEOPLE in 2017 after his death. "Christian didn't want to be labeled as bipolar, but he admitted he was in the note he left. That was him finally owning it. That was him giving me permission to tell his story." This month, Lake was able to share more of her own story with fans -- including the pain she experienced from the "darkest, terrible loss" -- on The Masked Singer. On Wednesday's episode of the Fox celebrity singing competition series, Lake was revealed as the raven -- a costume that "represented" herself. "For me, the raven and what it represented [was] the loss of my husband," said Lake. "So much of the last year-and-a-half has been getting over my darkest, terrible loss. It really resonated with me." "It was a lot fun. It was really fun to sing again and to have this production value. And being anonymous and getting to do something that was very public was a thrill. And I was also happy to be done," Lake said of her elimination. "I was in so much pain in the end. I wasn't the best singer, but I wasn't the worst. But I loved my costume and I loved my story. I got to share my story about my husband who passed away. It was a real cathartic experience." During the episode, the "clues" provided in the raven's video package for celebrity panelists Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Ken Jeong included her saying, "Looking back on my life, I have a bird's eye view. From death to love to birthing you, my greatest joy is being a mother to my flock." "I had sciatica during this period of making the show. I could barely walk. I had never had it before," said mother of two Lake, who shares sons Milo, 21, and Owen, 17, with ex-husband Rob Sussman. "A lot of the clues were about my beloved, my husband who passed away," she added, referencing Evans. While Lake admitted that she "was in a lot of pain during the process," the overall experience was positive: "but I still managed to have a great time!" Although Lake is now happy and in love, before she met Scult, she wasn't sure if she'd be able to find it again. While appearing on an episode of PeopleTV's Chatter at the end of October, the actress explained that the one thing she'd like to experience for the first time was something she has already felt. "I found true love with my husband who passed so I'm hoping to find love again," Lake said. "I don't think I will. I'm open to it, but I think what I had -- I was so lucky to have found that, it's what everybody wants in life." Though Lake filed for divorce in 2014 after two years of marriage, she and Evans continued their relationship until September 2016 amid his struggle with the mental illness. "I had true, unconditional love so I'd like to have something along those lines again," she continued. "But I feel like lightning doesn't strike twice." Added the Cry-Baby actress: "I had the real deal; I just didn't have it as long as I wanted it." (People)

Adrian Grenier goes on date with mystery woman -- and 2 dogs. Like a twist on a scene from "Lady and the Tramp," two dogs were seen on a double date at a Manhattan restaurant -- with their owners Adrian Grenier and a mystery woman. Spies told Page Six that the former "Entourage" star and a woman arrived together at Italian eatery Scarpetta with two dogs in tow. "Adrian was telling the hostess that the dogs -- dressed in vests -- were service dogs," said a source. Later, "Adrian and his lady friend were kissing in a corner banquette in the restaurant's bar area," while their pooches "were well-behaved and enjoyed a night out on the town." Grenier executive produced the new film "Beyond the Night" by writer-director Jason Noto. Animal lover Grenier has been a longtime advocate for dog adoption programs. (PageSix)

Meet G-Eazy's New "Bae:" Victoria's Secret Model Yasmin Wijnaldum. It looks like G-Eazy is living the good life with his new "bae" Yasmin Wijnaldum. The 29-year-old musician hinted at his seemingly new love interest in his Instagram Stories on Wednesday. G-Eazy, whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum, posted a paparazzi photo of Yasmin walking down the street wearing a big leather jacket, black pants and a black shirt. "Nice shirt bae," he captioned it. Although the shirt is hard to see in G-Eazy's photo, the 20-year-old Victoria's Secret model responded in her own Instagram Stories and provided a zoomed-in image of the tee. It's a direct shout-out to the "No Limit" rapper and his song "Leviathan." It's a picture of the Devil wearing a leather jacket dancing with a woman and says "Looks sweet, but the devil's in the details." That exact line is uttered towards the end of the song: "Liquor red cups, endless refills / Weed, cocaine, molly, E-pills / Looks sweet, but the devil's in the details / The flow switch pace when the beat builds." G-Eazy and Yasmin have yet to be photographed out together, but that sartorial decision is a relatively overt act of PDA. Although, she could just really like his album The Beautiful & Damned, which features "Leviathan." In November, the California native was spotted out on a date with a woman named Christina Roseann Ray and the two of them had a "steamy" make out session. That outing came right on the heels of his breakup with Halsey, his on-again-off-again girlfriend in October. Halsey and G-Eazy got back together in September after their major split in July after one year together. Just weeks before their October breakup, G-Eazy posted about his "queen" Halsey in a sweet birthday post during their romantic Italian getaway. "You're the brightest star in the sky. So grateful to get to travel thru life with you, so happy to call you my queen. Happy birthday baby," he wrote. Well, the "Without Me" singer has moved on too and has recently been linked to the British musician Yungblud. At just 20-years-old, Yasmin has already taken the modeling world by storm. She walked in the 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show for the first time and skyrocketed to fame after becoming the face of Prada when she was a mere 17. According to Vogue, she's half-Dutch, half-Surinamese and has walked on the runway for Atelier Versace as well as Prada. She made her New York Fashion Week debut in 2016 and was just on the cover of Vogue Espana. Like a good Gen Z'er, her passion for fashion began on the internet. "I always searched around the Internet for style inspiration, and I always watched the shows online!" she told Vogue. "I would have never thought that I would be there myself one day." Funny enough, she turned to Tumblr and YouTube for her ideas, so maybe she's giving a new meaning to G-Eazy's "Tumblr Girls." (Eonline)

Heidi Klum and fiance Tom Kaulitz have set a wedding date. Wedding bells are ringing for Heidi Klum and fiance Tom Kaulitz. The 45-year-old "America's Got Talent" judge confirmed to ET that she and the Tokio Hotel rocker have set a date for their nuptials. "Yeah, I think we did," Klum told the outlet without sharing any other details. "But you will find out eventually." And since the two share a German heritage, Klum joked that all of their plans are "coming along!" "We're two Germans, it will be very organized and on time," she joked. "Very, very much on time and very organized." Klum announced on Christmas Eve that Kaulitz had proposed. The supermodel and Kaulitz had been dating for a little more than a year when he popped the question and had been inseparable from day one. (PageSix)

A new kind of normal. When Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck started a family, they had to adapt to life with little privacy. The Peppermint actress, 46, reflected on raising three children with ex-husband Affleck, also 46, in the public eye in a piece for WSJ Magazine's March Women's Style Issue. "How do you adapt to your career? That's a big question. Being someone who is well known requires an enormous adaption. Who am I now? How do I go through the world? Then there's having children and, in my case, a career that's a very selfish one," Garner, who shares Violet, 13, Seraphina, 10, and Samuel, 6, with the Justice League actor, wrote. "The combination of those things is the largest adaption of all. When I had kids, I started considering how jobs worked for my family. How much am I going to ask of my partner and kids? What's worth it and what isn't?" The 13 Going on 30 star and the Gone Girl actor learned to shield their children from the spotlight to the best of their abilities. "Something Ben and I used to say to each other all the time is, 'We have to adapt.' We were surrounded by paparazzi," Garner explained. "There were so many things you wouldn't expect. We'd be left alone at Disneyland and then we would be at a park in Santa Monica. But if you love something, you'll do whatever you need to do." Garner and Affleck announced their separation in June 2015 and finalized their divorce in October 2018. The Argo director briefly dated Playboy model Shauna Sexton in the summer of 2018, while Garner has since moved on with businessman John Miller. Us Weekly broke the news in October that the Camping actress had been seeing the Cali Group CEO for several months. "They are more in love than ever," a source exclusively told Us in January, noting that Garner "admires John because he is just normal." Added the insider: "No one would be surprised if they got engaged by summer. John has discussed marrying Jen." (US Weekly)

Why Irinka Shayk Keeps Her Personal Life With Bradley Cooper Private. Like her partner Bradley Cooper, Irina Shayk won't talk about her personal life. Not that their pair's relationship is by any means shrouded in secrecy; the two, who have been together for more than three years and share an almost 2-year-old daughter, Lea de Seine Shayk Cooper, have been photographed out together many times. But their home life remains largely closed to the public -- they rarely speak about it in the press and certainly do not go into detail, and the model, the only one among them with social media accounts, keeps family photos off her Twitter and Instagram. "I have a lot of friends who share a lot of their personal life on Instagram or social media, very publicly," she told Glamour U.K. in a February 2019 digital cover interview, available online now. "I admire it and I think it's great -- but I think it's all about personal choice. Because my work requires me to be out there, I just decided my personal life will be quiet. That's why it's called personal, because it's something for you and your family and I feel happy with it." Shayk did talk briefly to Glamour U.K. about motherhood, in a physical sense. "In this modern world, in the 21st century, I really believe that if you have a baby, it doesn't mean that you have to wear a longer dress," she said. "One of my friends said, 'Oh you just posted a sexy picture. You're a mum now!' And I just said, 'So what!' I think it's really about who you are, who you wanna be and I really feel you just have to stick to your thing. I don't believe anyone should have to change just because you're a mother, no! I'm still me!" Meanwhile, Cooper has talked about fatherhood vaguely in the press. While promoting his now-Oscar-nominated film A Star Is Born, his directorial debut, the star told NPR last fall, "The one thing that I know in the future is: It's worth all the time to dedicate, even if one piece of art comes out of it in a half a decade, that would still be incredible as long as I can feel like it's the movie I wanted to make, which is this movie. So, I guess having a child, and having a family of my own -- which is a miracle and something I've always dreamt of -- has opened me up even more, I guess, to the day, and to be present." (Eonline)

They've come a long way. Jamie Lynn Spears' daughter, Maddie Briann Aldridge is happy and healthy after getting into a near-fatal ATV accident in February 2017. The Zoey 101 alum reflected on their journey on the crash's second anniversary and expressed her gratitude for all those who helped her eldest recover. Spears, 27, shared a slideshow of Maddie, now 10, laying in her hospital bed two years ago. "February 5th. Miracle Anniversary," she wrote on the pics, which were posted via Instagram on Wednesday, February 6. "We will ever [sic] let this day pass without acknowledging the mercy God showed us and thanking each one of you who prayed for us during this time. Again, thank y'all. God is so good." Maddie, whom she shares with ex-fiance Casey Aldridge, was riding on an ATV in Kentwood, Louisiana, on February 5, 2017, when the vehicle flipped into a pond. The child was knocked unconscious and remained submerged underwater until first responders arrived several minutes later and were able to get her out. She was airlifted to a hospital, where she remained for five days, but has since made a full recovery. Spears later called the event "a mother's ... worst nightmare" and thanked the team who helped care for her child. "We have to thank these 2 HEROS," the "How Could I Want More" singer captioned an Instagram picture of two of the rescuers standing with Maddie at her 9th birthday party in December 2017. "John and Victoria are the first responders, who literally saved Maddie's life, and they were able to celebrate ... another year of her life with us this past weekend!" That same month, the former Nickelodeon star announced she was expecting a baby with husband Jamie Watson. She wrote on Instagram: "Looks like we are starting off 2018 with another big milestone... sooo happy to announce that Maddie is FINALLY going to be a big sister." The pair, who tied the knot in March 2014, welcomed their first child together, a little girl named Ivey, in April 2018. (US Weekly)

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan's Custody Talks Over Daughter Everly Have Been 'Challenging and Emotional'. Since Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan announced their separation in April 2018 following nearly nine years of marriage, they've made an effort to keep things amicable. But lately, "it's been challenging and emotional," a source close to Dewan, 38, reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. Tatum's lengthy January 25 filing to establish a joint custody arrangement for their daughter, Everly, 5, makes it clear that the Magic Mike star, 38, is a doting dad. In it, he details how much he and his daughter love to swim, rock climb and snail watch together, and says he decorated her room in his rental home in a fairy-tale theme, so she'd feel comfortable. But even so "there are certain hurdles that they face," says another source. And for even more on the former couple's custody talks, pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now. (UsMagazine)

Ozzy Osbourne hospitalized for flu complications. Ozzy Osbourne, who has been struggling recently with health issues, has been admitted to the hospital again. "As some of you may have heard, Ozzy was admitted to hospital following some complications from the flu," his wife, Sharon Osbourne, announced in a tweet Wednesday. "His doctors feel this is the best way to get him on a quicker road to recovery." The 70-year-old rocker was forced to postpone his European tour last month after developing an upper-respiratory infection caused by the flu, which doctors warned could turn into pneumonia. Osbourne's health struggles have been going on for some time now as he also postponed a number of shows on his US tour last October after being hospitalized with two infections in his hand. "Thanks to everyone for their concern and love," Sharon, 66, added. (PageSix)

Liam Neeson is on the ropes and ducking faster than a pro boxer -- he's reportedly pulled out of an interview with Stephen Colbert on the heels of his tale of seeking race-based revenge. Neeson's backed out of a scheduled Friday night appearance on the 'Late Show' ... according to The Wrap. He's clearly doing everything he can to avoid any further questions about his confession this week that 40 years ago he went out trying to kill any "black bastard" ... to avenge a friend who'd been raped. We've reached out to Liam's camp and 'The Late Show' for comment ... so far, no word back. The cancellation comes on the heels of Lionsgate pulling the plug on the red carpet for the NYC premiere of Liam's new movie, "Cold Pursuit" -- again, effectively dodging questions. Talk about a PR nightmare -- Neeson made the bizarre revelation to The Independent on Monday. His follow-up interview on 'GMA' didn't help cool things down ... in fact, the backlash only intensified. Liam has expressed regret for his sick thoughts from way back then, but it's obviously not enough. (TMZ)

Liam Neeson celebrates 'Cold Pursuit' amid scandal. The red carpet for the premiere of the new Liam Neeson movie, "Cold Pursuit," was canceled on Tuesday night amid the scandal over his self-confessed racist behavior -- but the actor still showed up at the screening as well as the afterparty. The embattled actor -- who said during an interview published Monday in the UK's Independent newspaper that he was ashamed to say that 40 years ago he had wanted to kill a "black bastard" to get "revenge" for his friend after she was raped by an unknown black man -- stayed late at the Cinema Society party at Skylark in Midtown. "He mingled," said a spy at the party. "He was talking with guests." The source added, "People were definitely talking about his comments in their own scattered groups." The carpet was canceled hours before the premiere. A source told us, "Liam seems to feel that he's said what he needed to say." He was slipped into the screening at AMC Lincoln Square through a back entrance. He appeared on "Good Morning America" earlier Tuesday, denying that he's a racist and saying, "I went out deliberately into black areas in the city .?.?. It shocked me and it hurt me." (PageSix)

Tom Arnold files for divorce from fourth wife Ashley Groussman. It's over for Tom Arnold and Ashley Groussman. After announcing last month that they were splitting after nine years of marriage, Arnold filed for divorce on Wednesday in Los Angeles, The Blast reported. Arnold, 59, is requesting joint custody of their two children, Jax and Quinn. The exes are privately mediating a settlement to deal with all the financial details. The actor confirmed in January that Groussman had moved out of their shared home. "For the last ... three years, it's been very unusual in the house," Arnold told Us Weekly. "But my kids and I have a whole life, a wonderful life. I've been telling my wife, 'It's OK. Just do whatever you gotta do.' So, she moved out." "It's a long time coming and we have been together for almost 11 years. And very grateful. I have many good years," Arnold said. "I have my children because of my wife." This was Arnold's fourth marriage. He was previously married to Julie Champnella, Shelby Roos and Roseanne Barr. (PageSix)

Blac Chyna's personal life is a mess right now and, until she gets it together, Dream should stay with Rob Kardashian ... and that's coming from Chyna's own mother. Chyna's mom, Tokyo, tells TMZ ... her daughter's on a downward spiral, following recent incidents involving cops at her home and, of course, her short-lived relationship with rapper Kid Buu -- who allegedly got violent with BC. Mom's also concerned about his rap sheet. Tokyo didn't mince words -- "It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see something is terribly wrong." As TMZ first reported ... an anonymous person called cops last month, saying Chyna was intoxicated and neglecting Dream. Cops later determined everything was fine ... besides BC having a falling out with her makeup artist. There was also Chyna's fight with 'Love & Hip Hop' star Alexis Skyy over Rob -- and the cherry on top for Tokyo ... BC's fling with Kid Buu. You'll recall, she jetted off to Hawaii with her new BF. Our Rob sources said he had no idea, and couldn't reach his baby mama when it came time to hand off Dream. Chyna disputes that. Of course, Chyna's vacay went to hell when she and Buu got into a fight. Cops were called, but neither was arrested. As we told you, Chyna's now ex-BF has faced allegations of physically abusing a woman before. All the drama makes Tokyo think BC's judgment is clouded, and it's in Dream's best interest to be with dear ol' Dad. However, like any mama bear ... Tokyo's still defending Chyna against Kid Buu and has a stern warning for him. (TMZ)

Joy Behar explains why she dressed as 'beautiful African woman' in resurfaced clip. An old video clip has emerged of "The View" co-host Joy Behar trying to explain how -- and why -- she dressed up as a "beautiful African woman" for Halloween decades ago. The Wrap media editor Jon Levine shared the 2016 clip, in which Behar was seen discussing a New York Times piece about the resurgence of curly hair, Fox News reported. In the show, Behar showed her colleagues and the studio audience a photograph of herself with curly hair when she was 29. Co-host Raven-Symone asks, "Joy, are you black?" "I was so cute," Behar responded. "Joy... are you my auntie, Joy?" Raven-Symone quipped. Behar, now 76, explained that the picture was snapped during at a Halloween party where she dressed up as a "beautiful African woman" and stressed that the hair was actually haira. "Did you have tanning lotion on, Joy?" Raven-Symone asked. Behar answered that she wore makeup "that was a little bit darker than my skin." The clip resurfaced as Virginia Democrats are under fire for their use of blackface decades ago. On Friday, Gov. Ralph Northam apologized after a photograph emerged on his 1984 medical school yearbook page that featured a man in blackface and another in KKK garb. But during a press conference the next day, he reversed course and claimed he wasn't in that photo -- but did admit to wearing blackface when dressing up as Michael Jackson for a costume contest. Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring, who had called on Northam to step down, released a statement Wednesday that he also wore blackface in college. (PageSix)

Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower back in court for custody battle. Robert De Niro returned to Manhattan court Thursday morning to continue duking it out with his estranged wife over custody of their 7-year-old daughter. The "Raging Bull" star and his soon-to-be ex Grace Hightower spent the morning avoiding eye contact and thumbing through newspapers as their attorneys met for a half-hour behind closed doors in Manhattan Supreme Court on their divorce. When his lawyers emerged from the judge's chambers, a scruffy-looking De Niro, 75, spoke animatedly with them in the courtroom, his voice growing louder as the conversation continued. The lawyers then reconvened for their private conference. In December, De Niro filed for divorce from Hightower, a 63-year-old philanthropist to whom he's been married for 20 years. The notoriously private Oscar winner tried -- in vain -- to keep his divorce from going public by filing the case under an "Anonymous v. Anonymous" caption. The couple is locked in a custody battle over their daughter, Helen Grace, who was born through a surrogate. De Niro first filed for divorce from Hightower in 1999, just two years into their marriage. At the time, the duo warred over custody of their son Elliot, now 20, before reconciling. (PageSix)

Shannon Beador says her legal fees totaled over $220K in Jim Bellino lawsuit. Shannon Beador isn't done with Jim Bellino's $1 million lawsuit against her just yet. The "Real Housewives of Orange County" star was dismissed from the suit last month, with a judge ordering Bellino to pay her legal fees in the matter. Now, Beador filed court documents stating her attorney's fees totaled $220,894.55, per The Blast. O'Melveny & Myers represented the reality star in the matter. Bellino -- the ex-husband of "RHOC" star Alexis Bellino -- sued Beador and Tamra Judge for $1 million last year after he claimed they defamed him and his trampoline business. But Beador successfully proved to a judge that Bellino failed to prove how he would emerge victorious in a suit against her. O'Melveny & Myers declined to comment on why her legal fees were so high. (PageSix)

Bill Cosby moved to prison's general population unit. Bill Cosby has been moved to a general population unit as he serves three to 10 years in prison for sexual assault in Pennsylvania. The move last week comes after the 81-year-old actor spent about four months in special housing as he acclimated to the SCI-Phoenix in suburban Philadelphia. A state prison spokeswoman says Cosby has a single cell and is not on a ward for older inmates. Spokeswoman Amy Worden says inmates there can spend several hours a day in the gym or exercise yard, and other time in the library, class or day room. She says the legally blind Cosby has inmates assigned to help him at times, given his age and disability. Cosby is serving time for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home in 2004. (PageSix)

'Ray Donovan' actor Steve Bean dead at 58. Actor and comedian Steven Levy, aka Steve Bean, died Jan. 21 after a battle with cancer. He was 58 years old. Born in Lynn, Mass., and raised in Providence, RI, Levy attended Carnegie Mellon University and cut his theatrical teeth performing stand-up at local Pittsburgh-area nightclubs. In 1980, Levy teamed up with comic Chris Zito, a duo that became known as Zito and Bean. In Boston, Zito and Bean garnered an enthusiastic following. They became mainstays of the Boston comedy scene and enjoyed a three-year run with their own show at a popular club, Play It Again Sam's. After about a decade, Levy split from the duo to move to Los Angeles, where he joined the Groundlings Improv Group and wrote for such shows as the "Tim Conway Show" and ABC's "Dot Comedy." As an actor he landed roles on such series as "Quantum Leap," "Murder She Wrote," "Married with Children" and "Monk," and the Bobcat Goldthwait comedy "Shakes the Clown." Most recently, Levy appeared on episodes of "Shameless" and "Ray Donovan." In late 2016, Bean was diagnosed with sino-squamous cell carcinoma (nose cancer), one of the rarest forms of cancer. Levy chronicled his subsequent treatment in the essay "My Year Without A Nose" for Mel Magazine. Levy is survived by his wife, Caroline Carrigan; his son, Jacob Randall Levy; parents, Irwin and Dorothy Levy; sisters, Lauren Levy Brodie and her husband, Todd, and Jill Levy Sorota; nieces and nephews, Michael Miller, Allison Miller, Lindsey Sorota and Andrew Sorota; and great niece, Amelia Wilcox. Donations may be made to Cancer Support Community Pasadena at 76 E. Del Mar Blvd. #215, Pasadena, CA 91105. (PageSix)

Former boxing champ Rocky Lockridge -- who later had the most famous appearance on the show "Intervention" -- has passed away at age 60, his family confirms. Family members tell us Rocky died Thursday morning from complications from a stroke he suffered a while back. Lockridge was a stud fighter back in the '80s -- racking up multiple titles with victories over guys like Roger Mayweather. But he later became addicted to crack cocaine ... and his family brought him on the A&E show, "Intervention," in an effort to get him cleaned up. During one famous scene, family members were pouring out their hearts to Rocky and he belted out a cry that went viral. It later became an Internet meme known as "best cry ever." Rocky's son Ricky Lockridge confirmed his father's passing and said, "It is with great pain but a whole heart that I tell you family and friends that my father Ricky Lockridge aka Rocky Lockridge has passed away." "All he wanted was to be in the comfort of his home with friends/ family. God has called him to walk through the gates of heaven." Lockridge had reportedly been in hospital care for the past few weeks. As a boxer, he was 44-9 ... beating Mayweather for the WBA junior lightweight title in 1984. He then defeated Barry Michael for the IBF Junior Lightweight belt in 1987. (TMZ)


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