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Adele’s Boyfriend Was “Livid” Over This Fan Interaction At The Singer’s Show

Adele is seemingly having the time of her life performing at her Las Vegas residency, particularly when interacting with the audience. Each night has produced its fair share of hilarious moments, including footage of what looked like someone trying to slip the singer their phone number as she walked through the crowd. However, the “Easy On Me” musician has since cleared up the miscommunication.
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Brooke Burke Jokes She Has 'A Lot Of Work' To Do In Planning Her Wedding, Advises Not To Feel 'Guilty' When Eating This Holiday Season

Brooke Burke has been engaged to Scott Rigsby for over one year, but they are still in the process of figuring out their special day. "We don't have everything set. I have a lot of work to do! Everyone keeps asking, and I am like, 'I've got to pull it together.' We're start to plan and scout locations and visualize this very magical experience," the 51-year-old exclusively tells OK! while discussing the launch of Longevity: a nutrient dense, plant-based superfood free of wheat, gluten and dairy. "The kids all have an opinion, and they're so excited, which makes it so...
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Ashton Kutcher Reveals How Wife Mila Kunis Supported Him Through 'Life-Threatening' Health Scare

Ashton Kutcher detailed his battle with a rare form of vasculitis, an autoimmune disease that caused vision and hearing loss and left him largely immobile Ashton Kutcher is opening up about his 2019 health scare — and his doctor says wife Mila Kunis was key to his recovery. The actor, who first revealed his health struggle during an episode of National Geographic's Running Wild with Bear Grylls: The Challenge in August, suffered from a rare form of autoimmune disease vasculitis. The disease occurs when the body's immune system mistakenly...

Kirstie Alley’s ex-husband Parker Stevenson posts tribute after her death

Kirstie Alley’s ex-husband Parker Stevenson is mourning the late actress after her death at age 71. The “Hardy Boys” alum penned a letter to the Emmy winner via Instagram Monday, alongside a throwback photo. “Dear Kirstie,” he wrote, “I am so grateful for our years together, and for the two incredibly beautiful children and now grandchildren that we have.” The “Baywatch” alum, 70, concluded, “You will be missed. With love, Parker.” The former couple tied the knot in 1983, six years after Alley finalized her divorce from first husband Bob Alley. She and Stevenson welcomed son William “True,” 30, and daughter Lillie, 28, before calling...
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Brooklyn Beckham's wife Nicola Peltz shares cryptic post about 'tears she cried in 2022'

Nicola Peltz has had an incredible 12 months, having tied the knot to Brooklyn Beckham and starring in her new show Welcome to Chippendales. However, her blissful start to married life was somewhat tainted when reports began to flood in about her relationship with mother-in-law Victoria Beckham. WATCH: Victoria Beckham...

Gabourey Sidibe and Brandon Frankel's secret kitchen wedding

Gabourey Sidibe secretly tied the knot with Brandon Frankel - in their kitchen. The 'Precious' star broke the news that the pair married last March, shortly after their engagement, on 'Live with Kelly and Ryan' on Monday (05.12.22). The 39-year-old actress insisted she's not a fan of weddings, which is...

Jake Flint, 37, dies just hours after his wedding ceremony

It’s hard to think of a happier thing than a wedding. It serves as the joining together of two lives between people who want to be together. It’s a symbolic union of two individuals committing themselves to each other forever. Unfortunately, weddings don’t always have a happy ending.
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How Woody Guthrie's second wife changed modern dance and mental healthcare

About a Girl is a podcast about women from history who have largely overshadowed by the more famous musicians in their life. I had the privilege of scripting the latest episode, which tells the story of Marjorie Mazia, who was the second wife of Woody Guthrie (and arguably his true love, since she was his primary caretaker in the end of his life, even after he remarried). When she wasn't keeping Woody on task — editing his books, tracking his concerts and travel schedule, even reminding him to bathe on at least a weekly basis — Marjorie worked as a protege and personal assistant to Martha Graham, matriarch of the modern dance movement. While Woody was off doing his thing, Marjorie was performing in Pulitzer Prize-winning dance pieces across the country, and later opened the first dance school officially sanctioned to teach Martha Graham's methods.