Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
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Before you die, you'll probably see at least three sequels to The Ring. Statistically speaking. LOLz!
OK, so you know the story by now — you watch a disturbing short film that looks like it was made by your college boyfriend, creepy stuff happens, seven days later you die.
But 14 years after the Naomi Watts flick, there's a twist, right? Yeah, it's about one minute in, and it happens to a perfectly nice lady's neck…
Yeah, just proceed with caution. It's an old franchise, but it's still scary af!
Ch-ch-check out the first trailer for Rings (below)!
Kate Gosselin's eldest daughters, Cara and Mady, have some very strong feelings about their dad Jon Gosselin!
Clearing the air in their tell-all interview with People, the twins reveal the truth behind their relationship with the DJ AND some of his recent statements.
You might remember Jon spoke about only being able to see four of his eight children at a time — and the 15-year-old girls say it's been their choice not to meet up him.
While Cara dished, "I wouldn't even know what to say about him," Mady had a lot more to offer about their father:
We have a feeling she might have to walk these comments back, at least when she's back in France!
But Natalie Portman got candid about her experience living in Paris for the past two years, and it seems she's glad to be back in LA.
Speaking with The Guardian, she said:
"People in LA are just wild. French people are very judgemental, or in Paris at least, about how you are and how you look. You would never wear workout clothes on the street or sandals or shorts or wild colors. It was fun to get back to where everyone's just being free."
True, Perezcious readers???
We feel like depending on where you are in Los Angeles, there can be A LOT of judgment placed on your clothes and looks. It's not just a Paris thing!
But at least she had plenty of vegan fare while in the City of Light:
It's his party… and she'll go if she wants to.
Scott Disick has a history of disappointing Kourtney Kardashian when it comes to his hard-pAArtying ways, so it should come as no surprise that the mother-of-three is still cautious about letting loose with her ex.
While speaking to Khloé Kardashian and Kris Jenner, Kourt admits that while she's enjoying co-parenting with her baby daddy… she's nervous that a night out would give him some false hope about the state of their relationship.
Hint: They don't really have one…
Still, this is definitely a step forward for all you Scott and Kourtney 'shippers out there!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of KUWTK before it airs Sunday, August 28 at 9 p.m. EST on E! (below)!!!
Well this is good to hear…
Anywho, the 19-year-old reality star was spotted on Tuesday with the three-year-old and the rapper as the threesome played a round of mini golf in Sherman Oaks.
And it turns out, the 28-year-old former stripper is totally cool with it!
Sources close to the Rob & Chyna star tell TMZ she "actually enjoyed" Kylie and King's lil playdate!
Well, considering the lip kit mogul is kinda like (and maybe one day will be) King's step mom AND his aunt, we're sure there will be many more opportunities for quality time in the future!
Choose your battles wisely, right?!
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Gina Rodriguez gets political!
While flaunting her shaved head (BTW, it looks amazing!) on the cover of Latina magazine's October issue, the Jane the Virgin star also talks politics and the influence of Hollywood.
And she's not afraid to tell it like it is:
"What I found was that when actors voice their opinions, it's so influential. It's almost as influential as the politics themselves. It could get very dangerous because I don't want anybody to make a decision about their future based off of my opinion. It's your future, just like it's my future but I'm one vote. I'm not all the votes. I'm not the politicians. I find that there is a lot of hate that comes from fans when you voice your opinion about a politician even though you're one vote."
She further opens up about the power of the Latino vote, urging her people to be more supportive of one another:
"Sadly our culture has been living the crab-in-the-barrel effect. We're so afraid there isn't enough room for all of us that we fight to get to the top. We don't need to do that. There's room for all of us. We're stronger in numbers. As Latinos, we put Barack in office. We could do the same in making sure that Donald Trump doesn't get in office. We are that strong."
In addition to politics, the 32-year-old touches on a variety of subjects in the interview. Read on for HIGHlights!