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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's New Foundation Name Revealed. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are beginning a new chapter as the directors of their own charitable foundation. It's been nearly a month since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they will be parting ways with the Royal Foundation, as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton. But it seems like they took no time in establishing their own foundation titled, "Sussex Royal." According to documents obtained by E! News, the new parents are officially naming it the "Sussex Royal The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex," or "Sussex Royal" for short. With the creation of the charity, the Sussex's are truly creating a brand centered around their titles. Their business savvy plan is hardly a surprise considering they have PR guru Sara Latham joining them as one of the four directors. The American is currently their Communications Secretary, and formerly worked on robust political campaigns for Democratic candidates like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Natalie Campbell, who formerly worked at the Cambridge's Royal Foundation, rounds out the group of esteemed directors. In a previous statement, Kensington Palace shared that Meghan and Harry's departure from the organization was "designed to best complement the work and responsibilities of Their Royal Highnesses as they prepare for their future roles, and to better align their charitable activity with their new households." The statement concluded, "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are incredibly proud of what they have achieved together through The Royal Foundation. They are especially proud to have established a charity that has had, and will continue to have, significant long-lasting impact, changing lives for the better." E! News has reached out to their reps for comment. (Eonline)

Valerie Harper's Family Launches GoFundMe to Help with Medical Expenses Amid Cancer Treatment. The longtime actress, who beat lung cancer in 2009, has been battling leptomeningeal carcinomatosis since 2013. Valerie Harper's family is reaching out for financial help amid the actress' fight for her life. Harper's husband Tony Cacciotti and her longtime friend Deanna created a GoFundMe page for the 79-year-old star last Monday in order to help with the costs of her expensive cancer treatments, PEOPLE confirms. The iconic actress, best known for her role as Rhoda Morgenstern on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, has been battling leptomeningeal carcinomatosis since 2013. The condition, which the star was diagnosed with just four years after she beat lung cancer in 2009, occurs when cancer cells spread into the fluid-filled membrane surrounding the brain, known as the meninges. At the time, doctors told her she only had three months to live, but now, six years later, Harper is still continuing to receive daily treatments, which Deanna said has been "unrelenting," "continuous" and not entirely covered under her health insurance. "Valerie has been grateful over the years for the medical breakthroughs along this difficult journey but insurance doesn't cover everything," she wrote on the GoFundMe campaign. "There are unrelenting medical costs on a continuous basis." "Valerie is currently taking a multitude of medications and chemotherapy drugs as well as going through extreme physical and painful challenges now with around the clock, 24/7 care immediately needed which is not covered by insurance," she continued. "This is just part of the daily cost that is without a doubt a financial burden that could never be met alone." "This GoFundMe initiative [is] from Tony to ensure she receives the best care possible," Deanna added. "Your care and support is greatly appreciated." In a little over a week, the campaign has raised over $44,500 from Harper's friends, family and beloved fans. Harper's breakthrough role came in the 1970s when she played Rhoda Morgenstern on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Her incredible performance in the role earned her many awards, as well as her own spinoff show Rhoda, from 1974 to 1978. The actress later went on to star in the 1980s sitcom Valerie, which was later titled Valerie's Family and The Hogan Family, once Harper left the show. In 2009, however, Harper was diagnosed with lung cancer. Four years after beating that disease, the star learned she had leptomeningeal carcinomatosis and was given three months to live. Receiving the news initially, Harper recalled to PEOPLE, "I was stunned," but went on to note, "And in the next minute I thought, 'This could draw more attention to cancer research.' I think there's an opportunity to help people." By some miracle, the actress defied the odds and lived beyond what doctors expected, but continued to undergo chemotherapy. Speaking with PEOPLE in 2015, Harper said she was "feeling good" despite her health. "Sometimes I feel icky, but I'm feeling very good in New York," she said. "Maybe because I'm working or I'm talking about cancer in a positive way I think that might have something to do with it." "When I wake up in the morning I don't say 'Oh, I have cancer. I say 'Another day. How you feeling? Good? Good,'" Harper continued. "And when I do have little twinges of something I go 'Oh my god, is that a headache? What is that?' And I say wait a day or two, it might just be a headache and usually, it is so far." At the time, the actress added that she was at peace with her diagnosis. "I'm ready. I'm ready to go," Harper admitted. "Maybe that's the secret. That I'm absolutely I don't want to, my God, I want to live to be 102, but I am not banking on anything, really, because we shouldn't. We don't know what's around the corner. I think you just take each day and get the best out of it and do what you can and have fun." In 2017, Harper also revealed to PEOPLE that the secret to her survival was her husband of 32 years. "He's such a nudge," the four-time Emmy winner said of Cacciotti, 78, her former personal trainer who has since become her devoted caregiver. "He does everything for me, drives me everywhere, makes sure I'm eating healthy, walking and lifting weights. Really, he's the best nudge in the world." (People)

Natasha Lyonne Distracted Herself From the Emmy Noms With Some Curious Prep for Season 2 of Russian Doll. Russian Doll is officially an Emmy-nominated series, and that's an understatement. The acclaimed (and awesome) Netflix series, created by and starring Natasha Lyonne, scored a total of 13 nominations, and while that's not the most any show got (it's number eight on the list), it's still a very good number. The show scored nominations for outstanding comedy series, editing, sound mixing, stunt coordination, cinematography, music supervision, sound editing, production design, casting, and costumes, and Lyonne is nominated for Lead Actress, as well as two writing nominations. So needless to say she's got a lot to feel good about right now. "It's really something," Lyonne told E! News. She immediately shared the news with her fellow creators, EPs, and writers, Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland, and even called the costume director, who hadn't yet heard the news. "Jen Rogien, our costume designer, I got to Facetime with her and I was the one that told her about her nomination. I mean, that's when it starts to get just really unbelievable that all those specifics that you're talking about are recognized and seen." Lyonne says she was "aggressively trying to ignore the phone" as nominations were being announced on Tuesday morning, with some help from her dog Root Beer and a book on mathematics, which will apparently have something to do with season two of Russian Doll, and that's all she could tell us about season two. "A lot of equations," she says. "A lot of equations, handwritten, all of 'em. No calculators!" She was surprised by the love for the show, since Russian Doll is not exactly the most accessible subject matter. "For me with Russian Doll, it's such a personal effort and it's such a kind of deep dive into the deep end, I think you're kind of excited, with a sort of underdog's version of sort of a more cult-like response," she says. "You're hoping that just a few people will be into it, and so as a creator, to have it kind of connect in such a real way and sort of take us by surprise, it's wild." The 2019 Emmy Awards will air live from Los Angeles on Sunday, September 22 on Fox, starting at 8 p.m. EST. (Eonline)

Miranda Lambert Admits She "Has a Tendency to Creep" on Husband Brendan McLoughlin. Miranda Lambert is a giver. The 35-year-old country singer posted on her Instagram page on Wednesday night a video of her hot husband Brendan McLoughlin doing laundry while shirtless -- a sizzling promo for her new single, "It All Comes Out in the Wash." "He said he's happy for me and whatever it takes to get my song out there," Lambert told Billboard. "I do have a tendency to creep on him when he's doing house chores shirtless. And so I figured why not share that with my friends? I creep on him doing all kinds of things: mowing, laundry, dishes. So whenever the next promo comes around, I'm sure I'll have a video." Lambert had revealed this past February that she married her new beau, a 27-year-old New York City police officer. "It All Comes Out in the Wash" marks Lambert's first solo single in 15 months. "Having time off to write was great," she told Billboard. "I got to live some life for a little bit, which helps, but I'm definitely really excited to have new music to play on the road." "I think every girls has been through moments [in the song]," she said about the single. "Staining something important or calling someone you shouldn't, all of it. There's little things in life that you do that you go, 'Ah, I probably shouldn't have done that,' and it's fine. Everybody gets past it." Lambert's new single is featured on her upcoming new album, which is expected to drop later this year. Thanks to her husband's home and job, Lambert, who has a house in Nashville, spent much time in New York in recent months. She told Billboard that she thinks spending a lot of time in the city "kind of brought that into my art," noting that she has "been on a huge rock 'n' roll kick lately." She also enjoys the city's nightlife. "I sometimes take myself on dates," she said. "The other day, I took myself on a date. My husband was busy and so I went and had dinner and then went to the Red Lion to hear a rock cover band and got a few drinks. It was awesome. I love that about that city -- you can kind of just walk down the street and stumble into somewhere that has something amazing happening. I love the energy of that city and just the inspiration you can get if you look for it." (Eonline)

Lance Bass is saying bye, bye, bye to the drama that could have potentially come out of his recent comments about Vanderpump Rules stars Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney. The singer issued a public apology on Wednesday, July 16, days after he claimed the couple aren't legally married. Bass, 40, addressed his claims during the Wednesday, July 16, episode of Strahan and Sara. "I didn't know it was a secret," the former boybander explained, adding that he realizes he "spilled the tea." "I don't know reality television like that," Bass continued. "I apologize, I'm sorry. You'll just have to watch [Vanderpump Rules]. You'll have to see the show to see what really happens." Bass' clarification comes less than a week after he opened up about the legal status of Schwartz, 36, and 32-year-old Maloney's courtship during a "REALITY BYTES!" podcast interview on July 10. During the podcast, Bass spilled the beans while talking about the recent wedding between the couple's Pump Rules costars Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright that he officiated last month. "We just found out Tom and Katie are not married," the "Pop" singer claimed while sharing that he was nervous about what went into officiating Taylor and Cartwright's wedding. "They did not send in their materials right, so, they are not married." The former 'NSync member also added that the situation "might be a little storyline" on the upcoming season of Vanderpump Rules. Lisa Vanderpump officiated Schwartz and Maloney's August 2016 nuptials in which they said "I do" in front of cast members of the hit Bravo TV show in Northern California. More recently, the couple served as Cartwright, 30, and Taylor's matron of honor and best man at their wedding in Kentucky. Days after the newlyweds' extravagant celebration, Bass honored Taylor, his partner in a number of business ventures, in a series of Instagram posts for the reality star's 40th birthday. "Happy Birthday @mrjaxtaylor!! It was an honor to officiate your special day!" he wrote alongside photos from Taylor and Cartwright's special day. (US Weekly)

Stephen Curry is standing up for his wife Ayesha after she was mocked for doing the "Milly Rock" dance at her new restaurant. "Slow news day today, I see, huh?" the Golden State Warriors star, 31, said in a video shared on his Instagram Stories Wednesday. "Just make sure y'all send me the video of you dancing at your own restaurant opening." "And we're going to keep Milly Rocking until that happens," Stephen added while doing the dance, created by rapper 2 Milly. He then panned the camera to show Ayesha, who was hiding her face in embarrassment. "I hate you," she jokingly said. On Tuesday, Ayesha, 30, went viral after a video surfaced of her dancing at the opening of International Smoke in Del Mar, California -- her fourth restaurant. Social media users were quick to criticize her moves writing, "Ayesha Curry should go to jail for dancing like that... man flat out." "I feel so bad for Steph," another user tweeted. "When do we get to stop watching this lady? Curry look like he's at church and ready to leave?" a different tweet read. Nonetheless, Stephen wasn't the only one to come to Ayesha's defense. "So @AyeshaCurry was trending because she was dancing for her man? What's wrong with that? She doesn't have to be the best dancer. Her man knows what's up," one fan wrote on Twitter. "Ayesha Curry dancing was cute and she was having fun y'all just love to hate on women," another fan expressed. "I Milly Rock like Ayesha Curry all the time because I think it's funny. Sometimes women wanna dance goofy instead of twerking all the time. Let people live!!" one user tweeted. Ayesha has yet to publicly comment on the backlash, but instead has shared a plethora of photos of her new eatery. "Yesterday was a dream. We celebrated our 4th @internationalsmoke opening in Del Mar. I can't thank the team enough. I have no words. This will never feel normal," Ayesha captioned the slideshow, which starts with her cutting the ribbon. "I am so grateful. Thank you to my family and friends for coming to support me as well. We didn't get pictures because we had wayyyy too much fun," she added. Ayesha's other restaurants are located in Aventura, Florida; Houston, Texas; and San Francisco, California. The dancing incident comes after Ayesha was forced to shut down critics, who credited her success in the food industry to her husband. "I think a lot of people do not take me seriously," said the mom to daughters Riley, 6, and Ryan, 4, and son Canon, 1, in Working Mother's June/July cover story. "They think this is something I've obtained because of my husband's income. That's not true. He hasn't invested a dime in my restaurant business." Ayesha shared a particularly frustrating time when a male reporter "bashed" her on live television, telling her she should "be more like the other [basketball] players' wives," she recalled. "He literally said, 'They sit there, they don't cause any problems, and they look pretty.'" "Why am I not allowed to have a passion and a dream and a voice?" she added. "That started a fire in me. I could not be stopped, and I wanted to prove myself." And prove herself she has. The Food Network star has since added a cookware line and meal kit to her resume. Her hard work is paying off, too: The critics have quieted a bit. "Stephen doesn't get any negative [questions] about me," she told Working Mother. "Especially in the Bay Area, people say to him, 'I like her food a lot,' and that's been special for me." (People)

Luann de Lesseps is taking inspiration from Demi Lovato on her journey to sobriety. The Real Housewives of New York City star opened up about how she looks up to the "Sorry Not Sorry" songstress in an interview on Wednesday, July 16. "I'm doing great," de Lesseps, 54, told Access. "I am almost at 90 days [sober], and that's amazing. It's been difficult, and doing it in the public eye has been even more difficult, so I take it day by day ... I'm at the point where I can finally go to a party now and not drink, and I'm OK with that." The reality star went on to explain that it's taken her a while to get this far, but that she's "learned a lot" about herself and that she's grateful for where she is now. "You know who's really been inspirational also, is Demi Lovato," de Lesseps said. "Because she's been very public about her struggle and I think it's important. I think a lot of people are struggling and they don't know how to help themselves." The Bravo TV personality later gave a shout-out to Bravo's Andy Cohen who has "also been very supportive." De Lesseps was arrested and charged with battery, trespassing and disorderly intoxication in Palm Beach in December 2017. She went on to complete two rehab treatments and accepted a plea deal for the incident in August the following year. In May, the cabaret singer was ordered back to jail after she failed an alcohol test, which was a violation of her probation. She was able to strike another plea deal at the time that included her agreeing to take "weekly telephone counseling sessions with her treating psychiatrist," attend monthly in-person sessions, maintain a "breathalyzer monitoring device" and take an alcoholism medication prescribed by her doctor. Lovato, 26, for her part, revealed in June 2018 that she has relapsed after being sober for six years. The following month, the Camp Rock actress was hospitalized after suffering a near-fatal overdose, leading her to enter an intensive 90-day rehabilitation program. "I have always been transparent about my journey with addiction," Lovato shared on Instagram in August 2018. "What I've learned is that this illness is not something that disappears or fades with time. It is something I must continue to overcome and have not done yet." (US Weekly)

Bella Thorne and Tana Mongeau are no longer friendly exes. On Wednesday, Thorne, 21, revealed on Twitter that the two "are no longer good," claiming the YouTuber, 21, "broke girl code." "I'm over it," Thorne added. Mongeau appeared to be clueless as to what exactly Thorne was referring to, as she wrote back, "?????" "Imagine taking every time ur mad at me to Twitter but then telling ppl how much u care about me... . wtf is this b :/," Mongeau tweeted. Thorne continue the argument alleging that Mongeau "started dating me for Twitter." "How about u answer ur phone and talk to me instead of being on Twitter," Thorne added. A rep for Thorne did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. Thorne and Mongeau dated for a little over a year. In February, Thorne announced on Twitter that the pair had split. "Tana and I aren't together anymore, pls stop asking. We love U guys," Thorne shared. Mongeau also shared the news, writing, "i love her forever don't get that twisted. she changed my life forever. don't rly wanna talk on it." Mongeau also reassured fans at the time that there was no bad blood between the former couple. "There's no negativity at all," Mongeau tweeted. Their surprising feud comes less than a month after Thorne wished Mongeau a happy birthday with a heartfelt tribute on Instagram. For Mongeau's 21st on June 24, Thorne shared a photo of herself and the influencer sharing an intimate embrace while on a yacht. "Through thick and thin ???? I love you Tana happy bday you beautiful beautiful special girl," Thorne captioned the heartfelt post. On that same day, Mongeau announced her engagement to fellow YouTuber Jake Paul. In response, Thorne shared a slideshow of photos that show her crying on her Finsta account, which is an alternative Instagram account that is often more honest. "When ur ex gets engaged," Thorne captioned the post. The post caught the eye of Mongeau, who commented, "omg." Mongeau shared the news about her upcoming union to Paul just hours into kicking off her birthday. "JAKE JUST PROPOSED," she tweeted on Monday morning, writing in a separate message an hour later, "I'm... .. Engaged... ... ... ... ... ... " Mongeau dismissed rumors that the pair, who began making videos together about their relationship last month, were playing a joke on their followers. In response to a tweet from a fan who wrote that they would be "pissed" if their engagement turned out to be a stunt, Mongeau wrote, "it's not. i'm engaged. holy f -- ." The couple are set to tie the knot in a televised wedding in Las Vegas at the Grafitti Mansion on July 28. MTV will film the ceremony. According to a press release about the pair's upcoming nuptials, the wedding will be followed by a reception at the Sugar Factory, which will feature a full red carpet. While no guests have been confirmed, the event is promised to be "star-studded." Paul, 22, revealed their wedding date to a crowd at VidCon on Saturday. In a video shared by another YouTuber, Mongeau was on a panel giving a Q&A session to attendees when Paul appeared to surprise her by showing up on the stage, with Mongeau telling the crowd she was "speechless." Paul then read Mongeau a poem, recounting the day they first met and suggesting something intimate happened between the two, before diving into their relationship. "Two years later we turned into 'Jana,' no more broads in Atlanta, no more girls caught on camera. I'm loyal to you and all the spray Tanas," he wrote. As Mongeau and Paul bask in pre-marital bliss, Thorne is also content with her love life. Late last month, just a week after news of Mongeau's engagement broke, Thorne posted a series of cuddly photos with boyfriend Benjamin Mascolo. The images were taken while the pair, who are currently in a long-distance relationship, enjoyed the sun together on a boat during a trip to Sicily, Italy. Sitting on the Italian singer's lap, Thorne flashes the camera a big smile in one photo, while in another she gives her boyfriend a kiss on the lips. "I'm very happy w you," Thorne captioned the photos, adding a blue heart emoji. (People)

Logan Paul says he and KSI are thiiiis close to finalizing the details on a rematch ... and it's gonna BIG!!! Remember, the two YouTube superstars clashed at Manchester Arena in England for a 6-round Pay-Per-View boxing match back in August 2018 ... a match that ended in a majority draw. The fight did impressively well -- even drawing compliments from UFC honcho Dana White -- and leaving many wondering when they would run it back. But, when we spoke with Logan at Quavo's celebrity charity basketball game on Tuesday in Los Angeles ... he told us some of the big details are being ironed out as we speak. Paul says the fight will DEFINITELY take place in L.A. and the venue is down to either the Staples Center or The Forum ... two iconic arenas. As for KSI, Logan says he's confident he'll beat the brakes off his YouTube rival ... telling us, "KSI's a bitch, bro! I mean it!" Paul also says KSI hasn't been taking his boxing training seriously -- and "he looks like a f*cking meatball right now." Conversely, Logan says he's in the best shape of his life ... and as you already know, he's fighting all comers in the boxing ring he set up in the backyard of his L.A. home -- including fake Ivan Drago. (TMZ)

Peyton Manning ain't closing the door to the idea of running an NFL team -- telling TMZ Sports he REALLY likes being a fan right now ... but "we'll see." "I kind of like being a fan," the future Hall of Famer told us on his way out of Spago in Beverly Hills. "[I get to] go to a lot of games ... see the Broncos play, Colts play, see the Giants play ... so I'm kind of enjoying doing that part of it right now but we'll see." There are multiple teams who have reached out to Manning to run football operations -- but Manning clearly isn't ready to make that life commitment right now ... just a few seasons after retiring as a player. Peyton also weighs in on the current state of the QB position in the NFL ... and shouts out Patrick Mahomes from the Chiefs. The 43-year-old also talks about how the NFL has handled issues regarding players getting violent off the field ... explaining why he thinks Roger Goodell and his crew are "trying their best." Manning says the league has room to grow when it comes to those issues -- but ultimately "they're trying to do the right thing." (TMZ)

The guy who hit Tom Brady with a green laser pointer back in the AFC Championship game just fessed up to the crime ... but he'll avoid jail time after pleading guilty Wednesday. 64-year-old Dwyan Morgan was cited for disturbing the peace after he was accused of shining a laser pointer in TB12's eyes during the 4th quarter of the Jan. 20 Pats-Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium. Morgan was facing time behind bars for the offense ... the charge carried a maximum of ONE YEAR in jail plus a $1,000 fine if he was convicted. But, TMZ Sports has learned the judge decided to take things easy on Morgan after he pleaded guilty to the charge in court ... deciding only to hit him with a $500 fine. We're told Morgan paid that off ... and the matter is now considered closed. As we previously reported, sources close to Morgan told us he was a massive Chiefs fan who blamed an excessive amount of booze for the decision to break the laser out. We're told Morgan had no intention to ever to hurt anyone ... and didn't expect things to blow up the way they did. As for Brady, the whole thing never seemed to bother him ... after all, the guy went on to win his SIXTH Super Bowl just days later!!! (TMZ)

Nike says the Kawhi Leonard logo they created to put on merchandise in 2014 is distinctly different from the logo Kawhi sketched himself back in 2011 ... and they claim the proof is in the pictures. Remember, Kawhi -- who was under contract with Nike from 2011 to 2018 -- claims he got a cease and desist in late '18 from Swoosh execs who claim they own the copyright to the "Claw Design" and forbid the NBA star from using it elsewhere. In his lawsuit, filed in June 2019, Kawhi claimed he came up with the design while sketching around in college back in 2011. His version consists of his initials K.L. and jersey number #2 in a hand design. Leonard claims since he created the logo, he should have the rights to it. But Nike says that's simply not the case ... explaining they collaborated with Kawhi in 2014 to come up with an original design. Nike claims they submitted several concepts to him with a "number of proposed designs." In new court docs obtained by TMZ Sports, Nike admits Kawhi had sent them a copy of his K.L. hand-design sketch as part of the collaborative process. But, Nike says they eventually settled on an "original" version that is different from Kawhi's sketch. Nike claims Kawhi signed off on the company using the final "Claw Design" in 2014 -- so they filed a trademark application to effectively own the rights to the image. Nike says the company found out in 2017 Kawhi also filed an application to trademark the image -- and they were pissed ... saying he has no rights to it and had "fraudulently claimed to be the author and sole owner of the Claw Design." In their suit, Nike says Kawhi even acknowledged publicly that Nike should be given "all the credit" for the design for turning a "rough draft" into a professional logo. Nike is countersuing for copyright infringement, fraud and breach of contract -- and they're looking for a judge to stop Kawhi from using the design. They also want unspecified monetary damages. Translation ... Nike isn't backing down -- in fact, they're declaring war of their own!!! (TMZ)

The Washington Monument is more than a phallic symbol this week ... it's the backdrop for commemorating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11. The image is life size -- a 363-foot projection of the Saturn V rocket that launched 3 astronauts on the historic moon mission. The tip of the Monument is nearly 200 feet higher than the tip of the space capsule. The National Air and Space Museum is hosting a series of events to honor astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins' amazing mission that took them from Earth to the moon. There will also be a 17-minute show projected onto the Monument Friday and Saturday dubbed "Apollo 50: Go for the Moon" ... which will recreate the historic July 20, 1969 launch and subsequent lunar landing that paved the way for Neil Armstrong's most iconic quote after he was first to step on the moon. Fun fact ... Neil Armstrong said everyone got his famous words wrong ... he did not say "This is one small step for man ..." he says he said "This is one small step for 'A' man." Apparently the "A" got lost in transmission. The show will include a recreation of the famous Kennedy Space Center countdown clock on 40-foot wide screens ... which fans can view from the National Mall and near the Smithsonian Castle. (TMZ)

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