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Scott Eastwood is so super hot and hunky we can barely handle it!
Clint Eastwood's model son was spotted out and about in NYC, doing some shopping. He was checking out some merchandise at a Hugo Boss, which makes sense, seeing as how he's a model for them!
We bet he got tons of free clothes! And that's cool and all, but we wanna hear about the wiener.
This bums us out because we always thought that Clint and Dina Eastwood were a pretty good couple, but we might have just been plain wrong!
According to sources close to the two, Dina says she entered rehab because of the depression and anxiety stemming from her marriage beginning to fail.
Apparently she even said that it was the possibility of divorce that made her make the decision to get help!
From everything we've heard and seen, Dina Eastwood is a pretty rad person. That's why we're surprised to hear the Mrs. Eastwood has just checked herself into rehab — but NOT for substance abuse!
She admitted herself because of
Clint Eastwood has been a lifelong fan of golf and now we imagine he's realizing a lifelong dream of launching his own television network for the sport.
The iconic Hollywood star is serving as a founding shareholder and creative board chairman of the golf lifestyle network, Back9.
Chief executive James Bosworth, who has known and golfed with Eastwood since the 1990s, says the network will "bring a hell of a lot of fun to the game of golf."
Based on the programming that has been announced, it sounds like Bosworth is telling the truth. One show called Extreme Golf will feature celebs and athletes playing against each other on "the wildest golf holes imaginable," while Bachelor-style dating show Hole Lotta Love features a player finding Mr. or Mrs. Right during three holes of golf.
For once, golf doesn't sound that boring! Ha!
Eastwood is described as "a big picture sounding board" by Bosworth who says the J. Edgar director will meet with executives once per quarter to discuss programming and casting choices for the network.
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