1. Bruce Jenner reveals he is transgender right at the start of the interview.
2. Why Bruce is transitioning now, at age 65.
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It's not over until Damon Dash says it's over.
Technically, the custody battle is, in fact, over, but the legal war wages on!
Damon's ex-wife and fashion designer Rachel Roy recently won full custody over their kids.
On Thursday, only three days after the hearing, the Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder is firing back at his ex by suing her for $2.5 million.
That's right. $2.5 MILLION. But it actually has nothing to do with their kids, Ava and Tallulah.
Ha, even Abercrombie & Fitch is over its superficial hiring policy!
In a recent press release the company has outlined several major changes they'll be making in their stores and hiring policies in order to bring in more customers, and appease shareholders, naturally.
Most notably, sales associates will no longer have to look quintessentially "hot" to be given jobs at the company's stores in the first place.
A&F's notorious "Look Policy" banned heavy makeup, including eyeliner, French-tip manicures, certain hair-styling products and even mustaches.
Employees were also referred to as "models," but now, they will be called brand representatives.
Moreover, there won't be shirtless men baring their abs at every store opening, nor will advertisements be as sexualized as they were in previous years, with completely naked models in some cases.
With sales declining in recent years as well, Jeffries' management decisions suddenly didn't seem so great, and he was let go.
Only time will tell if the new direction the company is heading in will actually get people excited for the brand again.
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It seems the next Fifty Shades of Grey film will keep even truer to the book than the first!
We told you Fifty Shades Darker lost its director Sam Taylor-Johnson and writer Kelly Marcel. Now the confirmed sequel finally has a new screenwriter.
Of course, Niall Leonard isn't new to author E.L. James — he's her husband of 20 years!
Niall — who has screenwriting credits on the British television shows Wire In The Blood and Air Force One Is Down — reportedly did some uncredited work on the first film as well.
This seems like a clever move by E.L., who reportedly clashed with the previous writers over how closely the films should adhere to the books.
Rumor is E.L. wanted to pen the scripts herself, but the studio wouldn't let her.
We're guessing she'll get the movies she wants now. Or she and her hubby will have to have another creative meeting in the Red Room of Pain! LOLz!
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Parents will do anything to protect their baby.
This week, it's been reported the power couple's album is still underway. And it will be exclusively available on — you guessed it — Tidal!
Fuse host DJ Skee reported on Wednesday that Jay and Bey's record is nearly done and will "be released exclusively" on Jay's streaming service, which promises to be a better royalty deal for artists.
This highly anticipated album might just be what Tidal needs to give it an extra wind, as the company has sunk down out of the US iPhone top 700 download chart since its debut in March!
This joint project with his wife will mark Jay's fifth collaboration album, the most recent being 2011's Watch The Throne with bestie Kanye West — who, by the way, has recently deleted all of his social media support of Tidal. Inneresting…
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Full House is coming to Netflix with all your favorite family members… or maybe not!
The spinoff Fuller House will star Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber, but it's set to begin with a one-hour reunion special that brings back the entire fam.
Unfortunately, that still may not include Aunt Becky or Uncle Joey!
Lori Loughlin stopped by Access Hollywood where she revealed that not all of the cast had signed on! She said:
Jay Z made big waves announcing the launch of his streaming service Tidal, which aimed to make streaming music a better deal for artists and a pricier deal for consumers.
Tidal's social media push included a star studded spokes-panel of Mr. Carter's friends. Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and more of the industry's wealthiest artists urged users to switch to Tidal because of it's "high fidelity" sound.
But the public didn't seem to buy into the spectacle. After a couple of weeks into its release, the streaming service made less of a splash and more of a doggy paddle, barely competing with their streaming nemeses Spotify and Pandora.
Tidal cracked the US iPhone top 20 download chart for two weeks before it sunk all the way down out of the top 700! And they've only made their enemies stronger — Pandora and Spotify took the No. 3 and No. 4 positions of the US iPhone revenue chart!
It looks like the company's anti-Spotify movement only increased the public awareness of the streaming service!
Do U think it's too late for Tidal?
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There was a time when Disney dropping the ball meant that it was time for the next word in a sing-a-long!
With strong heroines like in Merida from Brave and Elsa & Anna of 2013's smash Frozen, Disney is stepping out of the old paradigms of princesses as damsels in distress. But it seems when it comes to Marvel, they have trouble knowing what girls want these days.
With Avengers: Age Of Ultron coming soon, shelves around the world are buckling under the weight of film tie-in merchandise. And yet across the board, it's tough to find merchandise relating to Black Widow!
Sadly, Disney itself seems to be the worst offender. They released