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They're so close they can taste it!
Celebrity Big Brother may seem like it only just started, but believe it or not, the 18th series is already down to its Final 6!
While Yours Truly didn't bring the prize home to the U.S. back in Winter 2015, we're happy to say that this time Americans have a 50/50 shot at taking home the crown during the CBB finale this Friday.
This is so tragic.
As we told you earlier, Scott Eastwood revealed in the September/October issue of GQ Australia he's had a hard time dating ever since one of his former girlfriends was tragically killed in a car accident.
Although the Suicide Squad actor didn't reveal her identity, more details and photos have come to light that identify the woman as 26-year-old model named Jewel Brangman.
In fact, matching up with Eastwood's retelling of the story, Brangman was driving from San Diego to Los Angeles back in September of 2014 when she rear-ended a van and was killed by the defective air bag.
As a result, her father filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Honda, the airbag manufacturer Takata Corp. of Japan, and Sunset Car Rental LLC of San Diego.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Honda determined the air bag inflated too forcefully, which spewed metal shrapnel and killed Brangman. So so sad.
The lawsuit said the defective air bag cut Brangman's neck, which caused a brain injury that ultimately led to her death, according to AP.
The outlet also reports that as of April 2016, 11 people have been killed by exploding Takata airbags.
You can see pictures of Scott and Jewel (below):
It's (Amber) Rose's turn!
The rumored cast so far consists of The Bachelorette's JoJo Fletcher, former Disney child star Jake T. Austin, and Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles — if she can find the time — but the addition of The Amber Rose Show host has made this installment some must-see TV!
But Amber wasn't the only big DWTS news announced on Tuesday — Season 16 winner Val Chmerkovskiy also revealed eight of the pros returning this September, including:
Amy Schumer is bravely speaking up about her past abusive relationships.
As we previously reported, the actress revealed in an interview with Marie Claire her first sexual experience wasn't consensual, and also opened up about it in her new memoir, The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo.
Sharing how her ex-boyfriend had raped her while she was sleeping, the 35-year-old explained:
"I think it's important to talk about. It's made me feel less alone when other women have come forward about being sexually assaulted. And also because you know it's not this perfect rape. People, they want you to have been raped perfectly, and they want you to be a perfect victim. People hear me say that and they go, ‘No, she's like a slut' and ‘I bet she knew' — like, right away, you start doubting. We're so critical and it makes victims really not wanna speak up, and so I think it's me saying, 'Look, I didn't have a perfect rape.'"
The Trainwreck starlet also recalled being in an abusive relationship in her 20s and actually fearing for her life. Like she revealed in her memoir, Schumer added:
"At first I would get hurt by accident, it would be like he'd grab me too hard and then I'd get a bad bruise, or he'd like push me a little and I'd like fall into something and get a worse injury, and these things I could kind of excuse."
Thankfully, she realized she needed out of the relationship:
"It just hit me like a ton of bricks, he's going to kill me eventually, and I need to get out of here. And honestly a big thought of why I did was for my little sister. I just thought, I cannot — I can't do this to her. I can't let her get this phone call."
Hopefully Amy's candid conversation will help more victims come forward and make rape less of a culture.
You can listen to her entire clip on the topic (below):