And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
Brad, apparently, was especially upset about
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And now that the legal battle is over, a source tells People the 53-year-old feels great, saying:
"Johnny is very relieved that it's all over."
But there is still one outstanding issue… the El Lay condo he shared with his former flame. The insider explained that the movie star gets to keep the pad.
The confidante confessed that this means his ex has got to go, adding:
Wow, that was a doozy.
Not only did the couple show up thirty minutes late to their own event, but they barely disclosed any dirt on their private lives. We guess we'll have to wait until the show's premiere on September 11 for any REAL drama.
Luckily for our Perezcious readers, however, we were able to scrape together FIVE juicy tidbits from the duo's first public event.
We're doing the lord's work, you guys!
Check out our roundup (below)!
Adele has to say hello to her fans from the other side tonight.
On Wednesday, the soulful singer revealed that she is cancelling the second Phoenix, Arizona stop on her Adele Live 2016 tour, which was slated for that same night.
The gorgeous gal took to Instagram to explain that she was far too sick to perform, profusely apologizing to all her fans.
The British beauty posted a video on the site, and she certainly looked and sounded under the weather. She politely said:
"Hello, everyone, specifically everyone in Phoenix, in Arizona. I can't do my show tonight, my second show here. I'm really, really sorry. I've had a cold for a couple days, and I've been pushing through it. And I did my show last night, and I loved it. But I pushed too hard and my cold has gotten the better of me. And, as you can hear, even if I did the show, it wouldn't be very good."
The 28-year-old confessed that, as much as she didn't want to cancel her appearance at the Talking Stick Resort Arena, she just couldn't sing at all:
"I've been trying to sing all morning, and warming up, and nothing's really happening."
The lovely lady continued to apologize for disappointing her faithful fans, but said she just needs to put her health first:
"It's the last thing I want to do, but I have to look after myself, because I've got so many more shows to do."
The good news is, the pop powerhouse promised to reschedule the Phoenix show, so she could come back and "smash it!" Watch the momma-of-one's sweet, polite, and heartfelt message to the show's ticket holders (below)!
On Wednesday, the Superbad alum stopped by The Howard Stern Show to discuss his new movie with the Divergent actor, War Dogs.
While in the studio, Howard Stern asked the 32-year-old about his relationship with the 21 & Over alum IRL, saying:
"Rumor is you two f*cking hate each other."
This caused the Sausage Party actor to immediately burst out in hysterical laughter, exclaiming:
Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt just can't quit each other!
According to the mag, Jon has always struggled to cut Jennifer off completely. Apparently the actor relies heavily on the 46-year-old, especially since he has suffered from alcohol abuse in the past.
An insider confessed to the tabloid:
"Jon did and still does rely on Jennifer."
Aw, this totally makes sense! Not only did the couple date for eighteen years, but Ms. Westfeldt was 100% there for the Mad Men star when he completed a thirty-day stint in rehab in March of 2015.
While the exes have yet to release a statement confirming or denying the report, we have our fingers crossed for a good outcome. These two are adorable together!
So, do YOU believe the rumor?
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For a network focused on comedy, they sure are welcoming the drama!
As you may have heard, the world of late night TV suffered a sudden loss on Monday when Comedy Central decided to cancel The Nightly Show after just two seasons on the air.
While the news wasn't completely shocking since the Larry Wilmore vehicle is easily the weakest performer in the news satire genre, we were surprised the channel didn't try to save the show somehow before completely giving it the axe.
But we're not alone… Larry himself was just as surprised that the Daily Show spin-off didn't survive to see a Season 3 — and he's blaming the OG series for his own cancellation!
While speaking to Vulture on Tuesday, the comedian admitted that while his ratings weren't necessarily great by any means, that's actually all Trevor Noah's fault, saying: