Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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Amy Schumer has ZERO interest in dealing with fake friends!
On Tuesday, the Trainwreck star stopped by Howard Stern's Sirius XM radio show and opened up about her disdain for "networking" in Tinseltown. Ooh, juicy… go on!
In a candid sit down, the blonde beauty dished to Stern:
Chris Rock is officially back on the market!
After a pretty complicated split, the Saturday Night Live alum and his now ex wife Malaak Compton finalized their divorce at a New Jersey courthouse on Monday. It's said the twosome appeared before a judge to settle their inneresting case.
In case you forgot, the duo married back in 1996 and had two children together — however a mysterious third child, named Ntombi, became the source of contention when
We just hope there isn't a connection.
The 57-year-old recorded 39 studio albums, leaving behind a vast musical legacy. However, in one of his most famous songs Let's Go Crazy, there are lyrics that coincidentally describe how he passed.
In the 1984 song, which was the second single off Purple Rain, the artist sings
It looks like The Academy is in hot water again!
But during the ceremony, he still managed to tell some racially insensitive jokes himself that played with Asian stereotypes — and some people weren't laughing about it.
George Takei, Ang Lee, and Sandra Oh were some of 25 Academy members of Asian descent that sent a letter to the Academy protesting jokes about Asian's during the Oscars last month.
These old and lame jokes included Rock's skit that introduced three Asian children as Academy accountants, and an ad-libbed comment by Sacha Baron Cohen suggesting that Asians have small peens.
The letter asked for "concrete steps" to make sure that award shows will avoid the "tone-deaf approach" to Asians in the future. The letter states:
Thankfully, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences was very quick to try and take steps to help diversify the awards, but it didn't keep some people like Jada Pinkett Smith from speaking her mind and boycotting the award show.
"Jada said she's not coming. I was like, ‘Isn't she on a TV show?' Jada's gonna boycott the Oscars? Jada boycotting the Oscars is like me boycotting Rihanna's panties. I wasn't invited!"
While several people found the bit pretty funny, we still hadn't heard Jada's thoughts on the diss until Saturday when X17 caught up with the actress at LAX!
When asked about Rock's crack, the 44-year-old responded by saying:
Ali G was probably the most surprising celebrity appearance at the 2016 Oscars — well, behind Stacey Dash obviously.
But while Stacey was simply unwelcome, Sacha Baron Cohen's deluded gangsta rapper character was expressly BANNED!
So how did he end up onstage, presenting alongside Olivia Wilde?
It took the help of his baby momma/partner-in-crime Isla Fisher!
Cohen revealed to ITV's This Morning on Monday: