The 27-year-old added that his wife, Anna, has known about his lewd acts for years.
Now, she's remembering what she thought when he first told her:
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Even though it's a picture book with very few words, Kim Kardashian's selfie book is NOT rated PG-13, ya'll!
Not only are you going to be able to get a more in depth look into Kimmy's personal life with her family, you'll be able to see a few nudie pictures in the publication!
Seriously though, with a reality show, constant photos on Instagram, and nude photoshoots meant to "break the internet," how much more in depth can you get??
According to the business mogul, she wasn't set on publishing those naked selfies from the infamous iCloud hack (or "The Fappening") in her book, but she did anyway — and there's nothing anyone can do to stop her!
This is just so brave.
Not only did Jenni Rivera's eldest daughter Chiquis Rivera have to deal with the pain from her mother's unexpected death, but also all the vicious rumors that circulated about her family.
In a just-released memoir titled Forgiveness (Perdon), Chiquis reveals that she hadn't spoken to her superstar singer mom in the two months leading up to the plane crash that took Jenni's life:
"There was a distance … I think it's very normal in a relationship between a mother and a daughter."
One of the things that created the distance were rumors that Chiquis had slept with Jenni's third husband, Esteban Loaiza.
Say it ain't so, Octavia Spencer!
Well, she just did. LOLz!
It was reported earlier that the Red Band Society actor was accused of being a major diva around some kids at her own children's book signing in El Lay at The Grove on April 2.
So how bad was her alleged freak out? One supposed onlooker, Angel Guzman, described the event to DailyMail:
Earlier this week, we reported that Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin would be taking a break from writing episodes of the TV show to dedicate more time writing the book series that predicated the hit fantasy show!
Well, he got to work rather quickly!
Just days after the announcement, the author released on his website a preview chapter from the upcoming book The Winds of Winter!
The excerpt is told from the perspective of Sansa Stark, and we finally meet a certain character who was first mentioned in the fourth book in the series, A Feast for Crows.
The highly anticipated novel will be the sixth installment of Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire saga. The writer still hasn't set a date for Winds just yet, but has sadly assured fans it will NOT be published this year.
Obviously, the sneak peek is filled with spoilers, so read at your own risk!
CLICK HERE to check out the preview of The Winds of Winter!
What do movies such as E.T., Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, and Minority Report all have in common?
They're all science fiction based movies that are super awesome and were directed by Steven Spielberg!
And the director is reportedly heading back to that genre with this latest announcement!
Steven Spielberg has apparently signed up to helm the sci-fi movie called Ready Player One based on the popular book by Ernest Cline and the movie will be financed and distributed by Warner Bros.
Here's what the studio's President of Creative Development and Worldwide Production Greg Silverman said about the awesome announcement:
No matter how much JK Rowling loves her own characters, it must get tiring answering the same questions again and again.
We're sure one popular area of constant questioning is Dumbledore's sexual orientation. We can't remember the last time the sexuality of a children's book character was talked about so much. LOLz!
It was a pretty big deal back in 2007 when JK revealed that Dumbledore was gay, but that was a while ago and it's now common knowledge.
But one Harry Potter fan just had trouble accepting the fact that Dumbledore was gay. So they tweeted to JK Rowling and actually got a response!
The now deleted Twitter exchange read:
Well, bust our chifforobe!
HarperCollins publishers revealed the book jacket for the highly anticipated Harper Lee book Go Set A Watchman, the sequel to her Pulitzer Prize Winning novel, To Kill A Mockingbird!!
For now, we can pretty much only judge the book by its cover — but we like what we see!
The yellow leaves gazing from above, and the approaching train evoke a feeling of both mystery and familiarity. The timeless style definitely sets a similar tone of the 50th anniversary book jacket for Mockingbird.
It wasn't an easy task choosing the cover for the upcoming novel. A rep from HarperCollins explained: