Everyone copes in different ways!
In an interview with Style Like U, the 31-year-old admitted:
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It looks as though Kirsten Dunst has been rocking a diamond sparkler on THAT finger for awhile now. This fact simply adds fuel to the engagement rumors which started swirling around the actress this week.
As you surely know, on Tuesday, Page Six reported that Miz Dunst is now engaged to her Fargo on-screen husband, Jesse Plemons. According to the media outlet, the twosome took their relationship to the next level over Golden Globes weekend.
However, the Bring It On alum was photographed wearing a large diamond on her left hand while on the red carpet for the Palm Springs Film Festival back on January 2. Not to mention, the blonde stunner was seen sporting a similar rock (below) during her recent appearance on James Corden's The Late Late Show.
Do we need to keep our eyes peeled for a "save the date" card?
Apparently, a few sources told Page Six
Debbie Reynolds' death has affected many people.
And it seems as though the Singin' In The Rain star's biological family aren't the only ones mourning the late A-lister, as Miz Reynolds' Will & Grace fam have since paid tribute to the film icon. Awwww.
On Wednesday, the cast of the NBC hit — including Debra Messing, Sean Hayes, and Eric McCormack — took to Twitter to comment on Debbie's untimely passing. The red headed maven led the tribute as she wrote:
Many people have been affected by Carrie Fisher's passing.
This was proven to be true as countless celebrities and fans took to social media on Tuesday to pay tribute to the late Star Wars actress following her tragic passing. However, one MAJOR Fisher fan has since spoken out about the huge loss Hollywood's facing now that the film icon is no longer with us.
Yup, Tina Fey spoke to Time magazine about the impact Carrie had, not only on her life but, on the lives of women everywhere. The funny lady, who worked alongside her idol during the second season of 30 Rock, shared:
And according to a producer who worked on the first two seasons of The Apprentice, network television had done just that to make it's starring businessman seem successful when he really wasn't!
Emmy-winning reality TV producer Bill Pruitt, who has worked on The Amazing Race and Deadliest Catch, said Trump's real estate empire was crumbling when he was cast as the boardroom boss on NBC's reality show.
However, the popular business competition painted Trump as a successful businessman, a ratings "scam" Pruitt says permanently altered public perception of the "buffoon."
Speaking to Vanity Fair, he explained:
"The Apprentice was a scam put forth to the public in exchange for ratings. We were ‘entertaining,' and the story about Donald Trump and his stature fell into some bizarre public record as ‘truth.'"
In fact, Pruitt says the reality TV illusion of Trump was so successful, it ultimately led to his rise in politics and got him all the way to the White House!