And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
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God, Kerry Washington can even make a gray sweatshirt look hot.
We bow to thee!
The Scandal star makes the most of her Shinola "Cassius Clay" top on the cover of Elle's April issue. Her tousled curls and those bedroom eyes are giving us life!
There are more sexy shots in the spread, but the real interesting part is Kerry's interview talking about motherhood and playing Anita Hill in the upcoming HBO biopic Confirmation, which she also executive produced like a total boss.
In a surprising reveal, Kerry says that playing Olivia Pope made her feel more confident about being a mom:
"Even though Olivia Pope has obviously made the decision that she is not a mom, playing her made me feel like I could be a mom. Because she knows there's always another way—there's always a way to fix it, there's always a way to solve it, to win. And I feel like playing her made me feel like, All right, I can do it. I will figure out how to juggle it all."
Kerry, we know you got it handled.
The 39-year-old diplomatically talks politics without naming names:
"I'm a person who's always been politically active and passionate about people's rights. I marched against the  Republican Convention. And as my career has expanded, it's been important for me to not stifle that voice. Because you want to be popular, you want people to hire you, and I have to make sure I don't do it less because I'm an actor."
Her passion for politics obviously extends to women's issues, which made producing the Anita Hill movie so important to her:
"This moment was so important because it created a language around women being able to protect themselves. The behavior that Anita Hill described was going on in a lot of offices throughout the country, and most people didn't think they were doing anything wrong. But this created awareness around that and around the need for women's voices to be heard in our public spaces, both testifying before Congress and sitting on the committee. It really was such a huge cultural shift."
Finally, she praises Shonda Rhimes for being the ultimate inspiration:
"She's been such an amazing resource, as a mom, and as a working mom…I am on one show and I have one kid, and she has three shows and three kids."
Hey, we bet Kerry could do it too.
Check out her spread in the gallery (above)!
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Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell looked SO in love this morning on Live With Kelly And Michael!
Hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan could only watch with awe and enjoyment as the two lovebirds joined them on set for an interview!
The couple, who of course revealed themselves to the world on Monday night's episode of The Bachelor, went on the morning show to discuss keeping their relationship a secret over the past 12 weeks and how they can't wait to go on a real date!
The two lovebirds also played a fun game together — The Bachelor Under Pressure — and by the end of it, it became clear: these two are perfect for each other!
Ch-ch-check out the fun video interview (below)!!!
We are already loving Gal Gadot!
The actress doing the long-awaited public service of bringing Wonder Woman to the big screen in next week's Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice is all about being a strong, independent woman!
And now we know her biggest inspiration!
Ellen DeGeneres brought the superhero on her show, where she proudly displayed a pic of her 4-year-old daughter, Alma — dressed as a different DC Comics hero: Supergirl!
Gal went on to explain her daughter looked up to the "courageous and strong" princes more than the princesses — who just fall asleep and got rescued!
Ch-ch-check out the interview (below) to find out how momma is going to change all that!
On Tuesday, Angelina Jolie-Pitt stepped up as a special envoy for the United Nations as she returned to the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon to comment on the Syrian refugee situation. Talk about being an inspiration!
Not only did Miz Jolie-Pitt give an emotional press conference where she asked the world's leaders to help millions of displaced people, but she also reunited with a girl named Hala and her family — whom she had met on her first visit to the region back in 2014.
A source revealed that the 40-year-old joined the family for dinner where they ate, talked, and colored together. Aww!
Surprisingly, Hala opened up to AJP that she was eager to return to Syria — mainly to be able to place flowers on her mother's grave. We're not crying, you're crying!
Not to mention, her father was also ready to return home and has hopes to gain a vocational skill to use before they get back.
And it seems that this poignant meet up inspired some parts of Angelina's address (below). She noted:
Sia is flying higher than ever with her latest album This Is Acting, which is made up completely of tracks that she originally wrote for other artists!
And the Elastic Heart songstress continued to soar when she stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night for an uplifting performance of Bird Set Free!
Joined by the typical Sia dancer donning a two-tone wig and a flesh colored unitard, the singer belted out her powerhouse vocals from a platform towards the back of the stage.
BTW, Bird Set Free flew around a bunch of coops before it returned to its original writer. It was first written for Pitch Perfect 2, then turned down and sent to Rihanna, then turned down again and sent to Adele — but ultimately landed back in Sia's nest!
And we're glad it did, because no one can sing the track quite like she can! Check out the show-stopping performance (above)!
How do you solve a problem like Maria Sharapova?
Well, according to her former coach, you don't have to — because she didn't do anything wrong in the first place!
The tennis star is currently under fire after admitting to failing a drug test at the Australian Open last week, and while she's been suspended from playing for the time being, one industry pro is still on her team.
Coach Robert Lansdorp trained Maria back when she was just 11 years old, and now he's saying there's "no way in hell" that the 28-year-old would intentionally break the rules!
In fact, the tennis mentor spoke to the Daily Mail on Tuesday accusing the World Anti-Doping Agency of causing a witch hunt, saying: