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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We knew Avengers: Age Of Ultron would be big, but WOW!
The superhero sequel made $27.6 million on Thursday night, obliterating Marvel's record for preview night showings (previously held by the first Avengers, which pulled in $18.7 mil).
That number places it fourth all-time in preview nights, behind Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 ($43.5 mil), and Twilight Saga movies Breaking Dawn Part 1 ($30.3 mil) and Eclipse ($30.1 mil).
The film is currently tracking at $190-200 million, which would NOT
Get ready for every season to be the Summer of George!
Hulu is trying to take on Netflix any way they can and their latest move may tip the scale in their favor!
The streaming giant has reportedly bought the SVOD, or subscription video on demand, rights for Seinfeld but it's the numbers they paid in the deal that have many eyes popping from their sockets!
That's because the deal that Hulu made with Sony Pictures TV for all 180 episodes is a whopping $180 million dollars!
That's a lot of cheddar but it may be worth it for the show many consider to be the greatest series ever!!
This deal is going to be a festivus for the rest of us!!!
"Sometimes I'm a little more iron fist than velvet glove. I'm straight to the point… I've made people cry. I have to say, 'This isn't personal. This is what needs to get done, and it's just as simple as that. And… we're not crying anymore.' I'm learning to tone myself down."
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Is Brian Williams' time at NBC over?
Smart money says that the anchor is done at NBC Nightly News after being caught embellishing multiple stories, but according to inside sources he won't give up his job quietly!
One source says:
"Brian is saying he's not going down without a fight and [is] threatening to make it really ugly — worse than Ann Curry."
Brian IS represented by the same lawyer as Ann Curry, and NBC did
Jay Z is pulling out all the stops to keep Tidal afloat!
Earlier this week, the Holy Grail rapper defended the slow start of his new streaming service in a Twitter rant, reminding us that iTunes wasn't built in a day.
Now, the music mogul announced plans for a "b-sides" concert, featuring songs that haven't been performed in a decade — or ever!
The catch? You have to sign up for Tidal to see it, of course!
The concert, set for May 13 at an "intimate New York City venue," will be live-streamed on Tidal's website for subscribers to see.
Fans can also win tickets to the concert by creating a playlist on Tidal and sharing it on Twitter with hashtag #TIDALXJAYZ!
The winners will be chosen based on the diversity of artists and genres as well as the quality of sequencing — so brush off those mixtaping skills, y'all!
Are U excited enough for Jay's Tidal-only concert to sign up?
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Things have been on the up since Bruce Jenner's interview with Diane Sawyer, including the prices of his memorabilia!
One item of Bruce's that is selling especially well these days is his Wheaties cereal box, which features the Olympian crossing the finish line at the 1976 Olympics.
Since this past Friday, about nine of those boxes have already sold on eBay and another one has gone up for auction at $265!
That's a whole lot more than it was selling for BEFORE the interview, when the prices of 12 sold between February 14 and April 22 only reached around $69.
There are also some Bruce action figures, featuring himself at the Olympics, that are selling for whopping prices which have reached $1,250! The 65-year-old's Olympic jersey, signed running shoes, and lithographs are fetching top dollar at $500, $7,900, and $200 respectively.
Looks like someone's star is on the rise!!!
( From Perez: Bruce stated in the interview to use "he" and "him" so we will do so in our coverage until that changes. )
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That changed on Sunday afternoon after the Holy Grail rapper prepared the Twitterverse for a "stream of consciousness coming," counting down to an inevitable Twitter rant of #TidalFacts.
Even without the hashtag, it's obvious why the music mogul is speaking out for his company Tidal. The rapper's streaming service is getting washed over by waves of criticism from regular users to fellow artists.
After all the negative press, Tidal has plummeted out of the Top 500 most-downloaded apps, while competitors Pandora and Spotify are at an all time high.
So, the rapper took to the interwebs to remind everyone that Rome (aka iTunes) wasn't built in a day, and he's in it for the long haul!
Ch-ch-check out Jay's defense in the Twitter rant (below):