The finale's almost here!
After a hard fought battle, it was revealed that
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Get ready for a lot of stars to shine this week at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia!
Lovato is planning on performing at the DNC, and word has it that Lady GaGa, Lenny Kravitz, and DJ Jazzy Jeff are going to be holding a free concert across the river in Camden, New Jersey for convention attendees.
On opening night, singer Janelle Monáe is scheduled to do some type of performance, too, and word has it that
The 45-year-old covers the August issue of GQ — sporting some new salt and pepper locks! — and instead of just any old interview, the magazine rounded up some of Damon's closest industry friends to share their personal memories with the actor.
Miz Stiles remembered:
According to docs, Bibbee — who is currently in a psychiatric ward at the Veterans Administration Hospital in California — has harassed the pair for quite some time, and even sent 189 pages of rambling threats to the actor's team.
In the documents, Bibbee also makes scary references to an assassination plot against George H.W. Bush, the Jon Benet Ramsey murder, and even the most recent massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
"Orlando is a false flag event to cover for LGBT criminal & pedophiles."
Not surprisingly, reports say Bibbee has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and possible schizophrenia.
In the restraining order, the judge orders Bibbee to cease all contact and stay at least 100 yards from the Clooney's. A breach of this order could result in a $1,000 fine and possible jail time.
Fortunately, George and his bride are safe and sound vacationing in Italy while all this dramz is going on back home.
Hopefully Bibbee gets the help he needs!
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Two awesome actresses in one awesome film?! Yes please!
Last year, it was announced that Sandra Bullock would star in an all-female Ocean's Eleven film directed by Gary Ross.
On Friday, it was reported that Cate Blanchett is in talks to join this kick-ass flick!
Known by execs as "Ocean's Ocho", the Carol star would be playing the Brad Pitt to Bullock's George Clooney. However, don't think this film is modeled directly after the 2001 hit. While the dynamic between the two leads is the same, the characters are completely different.
There were rumors that Jennifer Lawrence would also appear, but she may have to bow out due to scheduling issues. Boy, that would've been great!
This project is expected to film late fall/early winter.
Get excited, y'all!
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On Sunday, George and his lovely wife Amal made a special visit to Rome to meet Pope Francis and members of his arts foundation, Scholas Occurrente. The exciting meet-up followed a few days of romantic outings in Rome.
According to sources, the couple met with Francis to talk about their plans to help the religious leader's foundation. Mr. Clooney will reportedly serve as an ambassador for one of the organization's projects.
Per the org's website, the mission of Scholas Occurrente is to "promote social integration and the culture of encounter for peace". It's not surprising the duo is collaborating with the foundation's mission considering Amal is an activist and human rights lawyer herself. Not to mention the actor is a longtime supporter of charities and other global peace efforts.
Prior to the special gathering, the pair enjoyed an unbelievable dinner at eatery Dal Bolognese overlooking the city's Rome's Piazza del Puopolo. According to insiders, the outing was exceptionally perfect and picturesque.
A staff member gushed to Us Weekly of the fine dining experience:
"They ate antipasto with Italy's finest prosciutto, buffalo mozzarella cheese and culatello, a very fine cured ham from Emilia Romagna. All the food was washed down with an expensive wine from one of the most famous Italian wine producers, Gaja, particularly famous for top red wines."
Yum! Color us totally jealous!
We'll be sure to keep you updated on the rest of the couple's trip and their upcoming work with the foundation. We bet the Pope really appreciates Amal and George's help!
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