After putting Dean McDermott through the ringer on reality TV after he cheated on her with ‘True Tori,’ Tori Spelling is now speaking out in support of her husband. This isn’t really surprising; I think it was clear from watching even an episode of ‘True Tori’ that she loved him even as she was hurt by his cheating, like any wife would be. RELATED: Tori Spelling pampers herself with a Mother’s Day massage.
Oh my word. I thought I’d seen everything, even when it came to the Kardashians. Kim Kardashian recently admitted she’s producing a book of selfies that will come out next April. If you want some specific selfies of Kim, and want to wear them, then you don’t have to wait that long: the “Crying Kim Tee” can be yours for $55. RELATED: Kardashian sisters are willing to block filming of upcoming season of ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians.’
I think everyone was surprised when it was announced that Ben Affleck was going to portray Batman in the upcoming ‘Man of Steel’ sequel, ‘Batman vs. Superman.’ It seemed like everyone had an opinion. Lucky for Ben, this isn’t his first time at the rodeo. He kept his mouth shut and got in shape for the role. For the first time, he talked about how he handled it while also discussing his upcoming film, ‘Gone Girl.’ RELATED: Things are looking suspicious for Ben Affleck in ‘Gone Girl.’
Remember Tallulah Willis’s inspiring video for the ‘What’s Underneath’ project, where she talked about her struggle with Body Dysmorphic Disorder? It sounds like she’s still struggling, unfortunately. Her parents, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, reportedly gave her an “ultimatum” to get help. RELATED: Tallulah Willis opens up about experiencing Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
Who says being royalty means you don’t like a good bargain? That’s not the case for the former Kate Middleton, now known as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. The future Queen of England was spotted shopping at the designer outlets at Bicester Village in Oxfordshire. It is time to get your fall wardrobe ready! RELATED: Kate Middleton visits Sports Aid.
Actor-comedian Robin Williams has been open about his past struggles with addiction and depression. He’d even discussed feeling suicidal before. After the (in my opinion, overly-detailed) coroner’s report about how Robin was found by his assistant, making it clear his death was a suicide, I’m sure everyone’s been wondering what made this experience with depression different from the past. His wife, Susan Schneider, provided some information that may shed some insight. RELATED: Here’s a video of Robin Williams winning an Academy Award in 1998.
Remember the story about Kendall Jenner supposedly trying to stiff Mercer Kitchen out of the money she owed for a meal when they allegedly refused to serve her alcohol? She is said to have left the restaurant without paying. The server claims that when she followed Kendall out of the restaurant for the money, Kendall threw the money at her before leaving. Now Kendall’s attorney, Marty Singer, has fired off a letter, accusing the server of lying. RELATED: Did Kendall Jenner behave like a diva, throwing money at a restaurant server?