And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
Brad, apparently, was especially upset about
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It's so nice to hear more from Austin Swift!
In an interview with People Magazine, the typically private Austin got candid on Taylor Swift's long road to fame and their mother's devastating cancer diagnosis. Considering Austin doesn't speak out too often, we were all ears!
According to Mr. Swift, he was inspired by Tay from a young age, revealing:
"When we were kids, I saw Taylor write songs every day for years when there was no one to play them to."
Yep, we can totally envision this. The singer was just destined to be a star!
The 24-year-old added:
"I remember watching her go door-to-door dropping off demo CD's at labels that never called. She was there when she was performing at karaoke contests and in the corners of parties with the same enthusiasm she now plays to stadiums full of her fans. Having seen that example, how much goes in, how long it took … That's always going to be bedrock for who I am and who I want to be."
Aww! What an adorable compliment.
On a more serious note, Austin recalled the moment he learned of his Andrea Swift's cancer news and how his friends at the University of Notre Dame helped him to cope:
Well, it's always good to give back!
In what will be the actor's first public appearance since his divorce settlement from Heard, Johnny will accept the inaugural Rhonda's Kiss Healing and Hope Award for his charitable cancer donations over the years at a concert being put on at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
The organization, Rhonda's Kiss, is hosting the event on Thursday, November 3 and all proceeds will go to Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute! If that's not enough to get fans excited, Weezer will be performing and Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath will be emceeing.
After news broke of the honor, Johnny — who lost his mother earlier this year to a long illness — released a statement saying:
We need to take a double take!
On Monday evening, Criss Angel looked almost unrecognizable as he walked the red carpet with his son for the Heal Every Life Possible charity event at the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. While the magician normally dons a rock star ensemble, Angel rocked a dashing suit for the pediatric cancer research and treatment benefit.
Not to mention, Criss' young son Johnny also dressed up for the event as he wore a crisp white shirt and navy slacks. Too cute!
We can only imagine the 48-year-old got spiffy for this particular benefit as the cause is near and dear to his heart. In case you forgot, the illusionist's toddler was diagnosed
After famously replacing Shannen Doherty on the hit TV show Charmed back in 2001, Rose McGowan has finally reached out to the 45-year-old amid her battle with breast cancer — oh, and also totally called out Hollywood for pitting them against each other all of those years ago. Better late than never, right?
On Tuesday evening, the Scream star took to Instagram to pen a powerful note where she tackled the industry's sexism problem and wished Miz Doherty only the best. Alongside a cartoon drawing of the two starlets, The Jawbreaker actress wrote:
Such a meaningful night!!
Shannen Doherty took part in Friday night's fifth annual Stand Up To Cancer telethon at the Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and shared a very touching, poignant message about her battle with breast cancer.
The star was part of a series of actors, performers, and other celebs who were all smiles at the feel-good event, and afterwards, Shannen shared a very touching message on Instagram (below):