Karlie Kloss laughs off pregnancy speculation. Karlie Kloss was unfazed when fans asked if she was pregnant after she posted photos from her "second wedding" to Joshua Kushner. Her fans freaked at the pics from the three-day blowout in Wyoming, and she joked in the comments: "Not pregnant just love [French fries]." Kloss and Kushner wed in October in front of 80 guests. This time, the crowd included Princess Beatrice, Ellie Goulding, and Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom. (PageSix)

Camila Cabello Splits from Relationship Coach Matthew Hussey After More Than 1 Year Together. The "Senorita" singer and British dating coach have called it quits after more than a year of dating. Camila Cabello has split from her relationship coach boyfriend, Matthew Hussey, PEOPLE confirms. The "Havana" singer and the British native have called it quits after more than a year of dating. The Sun was the first to report the news. Cabello, 22, and Hussey, 32, reportedly struck up their relationship in February 2018 after meeting on the set of Today. A year later, they made their romance red carpet official when they attended Vanity Fair's Oscars after-party together in February 2019. Just days before their split was confirmed, Cabello dropped the steamy new music video for her duet with Shawn Mendes, "Senorita." In the music video, Cabello and Mendes play lovers -- she a waitress and he, a mysterious motorcycle rider -- who can't seem to quit one another. The two meet in a club and have an instant connection as they cuddle up on the dance floor. That attraction boils over to a motel room, where they share a passionate evening (and morning). Cabello and Mendes previously worked together on their 2015 hit "I Know What You Did Last Summer," which appeared on Mendes' album, Handwritten, and first sparked relationship rumors between the pair (though they denied dating). While their chemistry onscreen in the "Senorita" music video is undeniable, filming those love scenes together apparently wasn't easy. "The whole music video was funny because we were both really nervous," Cabello admitted on Thursday prior to the video's release, during a live chat with fans on YouTube. "I had to drink a lot of wine!" Cabello previously opened up about her relationship with Hussey -- who is best known as a New York Times bestselling author and "love-life strategist" -- in the cover story for Marie Claire's holiday 2018 issue, in which she said, "He's so similar to me... In person, we're just weird and silly and stupid together. He makes me the happiest I've ever been in my life." The former Fifth Harmony singer went on to say that they connected on a level that's different from her sultry stage persona. "Basically, there's the me that I really am, on the inside, which is the nerdy one -- the kind of introverted, shy one -- and then there's the sexy, overly confident one, doing great dance moves and being super sassy," she said. (People)

Emma Stone Suffers Shoulder Injury After 'Slipping on a Floor': Source. The incident comes after it was revealed that Stone will star in Disney's Cruella, a live-action film based on 101 Dalmatians. Emma Stone is recovering after falling over and injuring herself. A source close to the actress tells PEOPLE Stone, 30, hurt her shoulder after "slipping on a floor" at a home. It is currently not clear if the painful incident was at a property she is staying at while in London ahead of her new film project or a friend's residence. However, the accident did not happen at a Spice Girls reunion concert says the source, despite a report that Stone broke her shoulder after tumbling off a pal's shoulders while watching her favorite band. Spice Girls member Emma Bunton shared an Instagram photo of herself with Stone following a show on June 13. "When Emma met Emma," Bunton, 43, wrote in the caption of the photos, and she added the hashtag "#2become1" in reference to the group's 1996 hit of that name. It was also reported that the injury has negatively impacted her role in Disney's live-action film Cruella as she has been ordered by doctors to rest for two months. The insider tells PEOPLE that while painful, her injury will not affect her upcoming role. "Production on her next film had not yet begun and this is not causing major issues in any way. They continue to be in pre-production, and she'll begin once healed," the source adds. According to Variety, Stone will play Cruella De Vil, the villain who repeatedly tried to capture the puppies in 101 Dalmatians. At this time, Emma Thompson is in early talks to star opposite of Stone, Variety reported. Earlier this month, it was announced that Easy A, the 2010 teen comedy film that saw the breakthrough performance for Stone, is making its return as a spin-off, The Hollywood Reporter revealed. Stone starred as high schooler Olive Penderghast, who takes inspiration from The Scarlett Letter to enhance her social standings to mixed results. Bert Royal, the screenwriter of the original film, is writing the new script that will be set once again at Ojai North High School in California. But the spinoff will feature new students dealing with the struggles of high school and teenage life. Royal will also make his directorial debut for the film, which is still in early development at Screen Gems, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The original producer, Zanne Devine, is additionally set to return. The film was Stone's first lead role in a film and shot her into stardom. She also earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. Stone followed up her strong performance in Easy A with further success in hit films such as Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Help, and Birdman. (People)

Olivia Munn's health suffered after accusing Brett Ratner. Olivia Munn says speaking out against Brett Ratner took a toll on her health. The "X-Men: Apocalypse" actress told Women's Health in a new interview that speaking out against the disgraced director in 2017 resulted in what she thought was lupus, but was really a stress-induced rash. "One of the things that stresses me out more than anything, is how do we do right by [the silence breakers]?" the 38-year-old said. Munn was one of the six women that spoke out against Ratner, alleging that he masturbated in front of her on a film set in 2004. After she came forward, Munn said she "took a lot of hits" but did not regret naming Ratner. "Where is the line? If you don't draw a line in the sand and say, 'I'm not gonna work with these people,' then it's going to continue," she said in a Rogue interview last year. Ratner's multimillion-dollar contract with Warner Bros. was not renewed. He has denied all allegations leveled against him. When it comes to supporting women's equality in the workplace and protection against sexual harassment Munn told Women's Health that being an advocate means doing more than just using hashtags. "You can pretend to be a real-life hero in movies and TV shows and on Instagram," she said. "But the real advocates are the ones who stand beside the people who make a difference in the world." Munn also got a scene removed from the film "Predator" in 2018 after learning she was in a scene with a registered sex offender. "I am relieved that when Fox finally did receive the information, the studio took appropriate action by deleting the scene featuring [Steven Wilder Striegel] prior to release of the film," Munn said at the time. (PageSix)

Blac Chyna says she always knew she'd be vindicated in her hairdresser knife case, 'cause the lady was simply thirsty for the spotlight -- but she ain't gonna drink from Chyna's fountain. BC says Tuesday's decision by the L.A. City Attorney's Office to reject cases against Chyna and her hairdresser -- each claimed to be the victim -- comes as no surprise ... as she maintains she never did anything wrong. Chyna tells us her former employee -- whose name she refuses to say -- was obviously only looking for her 15 minutes. The proof, she says, is the woman took her bogus claims to media outlets and also her own social media ... BEFORE going to the police, attempting to smear Chyna. The City Attorney's Office says there was insufficient evidence to prosecute, and Chyna insists that supports her account .. that she did NOT pull a knife or threaten anyone, as claimed by she whose name Chyna won't speak. Plus, no other witnesses came forward to corroborate the woman's story, and there was never a smoking gun ... or knife. What is clear is that something WAS thrown in the surveillance vid, and Chyna says it's the hairdresser hurling soda cans. One piece of good news for the hairdresser -- BC isn't planning on taking legal action against her for allegedly filing a false police report. She says she's letting this go and hopes the hairdresser does too ... but she's thrilled LAPD and the City Attorney cleared her name. (PageSix)

The woman who claims NHL star Evander Kane stiffed her out of $3 MIL for aborting his child was ordered to reveal her real name in court in order to proceed with the case ... so she's decided to unmask herself. An L.A. County Superior Court judge ruled Hope Parker -- who had previously used the alias "Jane Doe" in her lawsuit against Kane -- cannot use the alias moving forward. "There is no clear California law allowing her to remain anonymous," the judge said in a ruling. But, instead of dropping the case and keeping her identity secret, Parker has filed new documents using her real name ... sending the message that she's not backing down. As we previously reported, Parker claims she had been dating Kane on-and-off from 2015 to 2018 ... and says she had two abortions during that time. But, Parker says when she got pregnant for a THIRD time with the San Jose Sharks forward ... she did NOT want to abort it -- until he offered her $3 million. She claims she went through with the procedure ... but when but Kane never ponied up the cash -- she sued, seeking over $6 MILLION in her lawsuit. Kane filed legal docs of his own back in 2018 essentially saying that since he's not accused of committing a crime, the accuser should not be able to hide behind an alias. The strategy was pretty clear -- if the judge forced her to reveal her name, Kane believed she would be more likely to drop the suit out of fear of embarrassment. But, that's not the case ... Parker is actively working to amend her lawsuit to add her real name, according to court docs. As for the allegations in the suit, Kane previously issued a blanket denial -- and later argued in legal docs that even if he did agree to the $3 million deal, it was made in a private, consensual sexual setting and the court has no authority to enforce it. (TMZ)

DA claims Cardi B plotted attack on strip club rivals. Cardi B commissioned an assault against a woman she thought was sleeping with her husband, Offset, planning the wild 2018 Queens strip club brawl on social media and discussing paying two people for the job, new court documents allege. The Bronx-born rapper and co-defendants Tawana Jackson-Morel and Jeffrey Bush used social media to coordinate the time, day and location of the brawl -- with Jackson-Morel and the "I Like It" star also discussing money being exchanged for the beat down, according to the Queens grand jury indictment. The "Bodak Yellow" rapper, 26, pleaded not guilty in Queens Supreme Court on Tuesday to two felony charges of attempted assault charges plus additional misdemeanor charges after she allegedly roughed up two bartenders at Angels Gentlemen's Club in Flushing last August. If convicted, she faces up to four years in prison. "Not guilty, sir, honor," the Bronx performer -- real name Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar -- told Queens Supreme Court Justice Joseph Zayas while nervously fidgeting with her hair and swaying on her heels. The rap royal's lawyer defended her to a scrum of waiting press and fans outside the courthouse, calling her "a kind human being." "I know Cardi on a personal level. I know Cardi as a wife, as a mother, as a daughter, as a sister," attorney Drew Findling said. "It'll ultimately be a positive outcome in favor of Cardi," he said. "We love you girl! Stay strong," fans shouted as she was escorted into the building at 3 p.m. by burly security guards while wearing a navy double-breasted pantsuit with pink lapels and a matching hot pink Birkin bag. The charges stem from a wild brawl at a Queens strip club where she allegedly hurled a hookah and bottles of champagne at bartender sisters Rachel Wattley, 21, and Sarah Wattley, 23, at the jiggle joint. Cardi is also accused of siccing members of her crew on the women because she believed one of the women had sex with her husband, Offset. According to the Queens District Attorney's office, Cardi's cronies ordered a drink from Rachel Wattley shortly after 3 a.m. on Aug. 15 before Jackson-Morel grabbed the woman's hair and slammed her head into the bar and punched her while Bush recorded the attack. The rapper returned with the duo on Aug. 27 when they turned their ire to older sister Sarah. Jackson-Morel allegedly threw a cocktail into her face while the rapper and Bush also hurled bottles of booze at her, the indictment alleges.

'The Wire' actor Tristan 'Mack' Wilds arrested for driving with a suspended license. Actor Tristan "Mack" Wilds, known for his role as Michael Lee in the critically acclaimed series "The Wire," was busted early Wednesday for driving with a suspended license. Wilds, a native of Staten Island, was pulled over in his black 2017 Jeep Wrangler in front of 500 E. Houston St. at 12:48 a.m. for driving with tinted windows. Cops discovered he had a suspended license and an active warrant and arrested him for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. He was awaiting arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court on Wednesday morning. He's played supporting roles opposite Ryan Gosling in the film "Half Nelson" and Dakota Fanning in "The Secret Lives of Bees." More recently, the 29-year-old was cast as Dixon Wilson in the 2008 remake of the TV show "90210." In 2015, Wilds starred in Adele's music video "Hello" as her love interest. His lawyer, Eric Sanders, didn't immediately return a request for comment. (PageSix)

UFC Hall of Famer B.J. Penn got into a fight with a bouncer at a strip club in Honolulu late Monday night ... with the altercation spilling onto the street ... and TMZ Sports has the video. We spoke with the owner of Club Femme Nu who told us Penn was escorted out of the bar around midnight because he was acting "very drunk." While the 40-year-old MMA legend was being escorted out, things turned physical -- and Penn began to fight the door guy. Multiple witnesses watched as Penn -- a former UFC lightweight and welterweight champion -- smothered the door guy to the ground and took control over the other man. At one point, you can see Penn shoving his forearm into the other man's throat. Several men can be heard asking B.J. to stop fighting and let the guy up -- but he never does. One of the bystanders finally decides he's seen enough and begins punching Penn in the head in an attempt to end the fight ... but the other men call him off, so B.J. and the bouncer can finish their fight 1-on-1. Eventually, someone calls the cops and we're told several squad cars arrived at the scene -- but B.J. had already left the premises by the time the officers got there. Attempts to reach Penn for comment were unsuccessful. (TMZ)

Musician Jeff Austin dies day after canceling shows due to 'medical emergency'. American bluegrass musician Jeff Austin, who co-founded the Yonder Mountain String Band, died over the weekend at a Seattle hospital -- just one day after canceling a series of tour dates due to an unspecified "medical emergency." The 45-year-old mandolinist's death was confirmed Monday on his social media pages. A cause was not given. "It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of a beloved family member, mandolinist, singer, songwriter and founder of The Jeff Austin Band, and Yonder Mountain String Band, Jeff Austin. Austin passed away June 24, 2019 in Seattle, Washington," a statement said. "He was a dear friend whose music touched the lives of so many and will be sorely missed." Austin, a Chicago native, spent 15 years playing with Yonder -- which performed at the Democratic National Convention in 2008 -- before leaving the jam band to pursue a solo career in 2014. He was touring with his own group, the Jeff Austin Band, when he suddenly became ill over the weekend. "My friends... due to a to a medical emergency I am unfortunately unable to play," Austin wrote on Facebook Saturday. "Thanks for your understanding and continued support." The father-of-three was forced to pull out of sets at ROMP music festival, Back Home Appalachian Arts & Music Festival, and Smoky Run Music Festival on Saturday before his apparent hospitalization. Austin would later die at a Seattle hospital. The musician's booking manager, Barron Ruth, said he passed Sunday after being put into a medically induced coma. "We are saddened to report that we have lost our brother Jeff Austin," read a statement from Yonder on Facebook. "Remembering the incredible times and magical moments puts us at a profound loss for words. While we honor his memory, we will continue to pray for his family and for the journey they now face without him." Austin is survived by his wife, Devlyn, and three kids -- Lily Rose, Penelope and Jude Patrick -- ages 12, 5 and 2. A bio posted online by Austin's family describes him as a "prominent figure in the neo-progressive bluegrass of the new millennium." Numerous musicians, bands and music venues were honoring him Tuesday on social media, along with friends and fans. "We are deeply saddened that we have lost Jeff Austin," tweeted the group Umphrey's McGee. "The UM organization mourns his passing, while celebrating the joy & laughter he brought to so many of us." The live online music site, nugs.net, said: "Jeff Austin's music touched so many and had such a profound influence on the bluegrass and jam communities. You will be dearly missed." (PageSix)


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