How Gwyneth Paltrow Changed Her Approach to Love After Her “Conscious Uncoupling”

In 2014, Gwyneth Paltrow catapulted a peculiar phrase to national stardom: “conscious uncoupling.”

It was late March when the Oscar winner and her husband of more than 10 years, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, penned a joint statement shockingly announcing their separation. 

“We have been working hard for well over a year, some of it together, some of it separated, to see what might have been possible between us, and we have come to the conclusion that while we love each other very much we will remain separate,” they explained in the joint message. 

However, in assurance to the public, the two added that though they would no longer be linked by wedding bands, they were perhaps in a better place than ever before. “We are, however, and always will be a family, and in many ways we are closer than we have ever been. We are parents first and foremost, to two incredibly wonderful children and we ask for their and our space and privacy to be respected at this difficult time. We have always conducted our relationship privately, and we hope that as we consciously uncouple and coparent, we will be able to continue in the same manner.”

5 Times Kim Zolciak-Biermann Clapped Back After Being Scrutinized for Her Parenting Style

Dog Days of Snapchat: Back in June of 2016, Kim took to Snapchat to show videos of her daughter Ariana Biermann wearing an electric dog collar. Kim’s husband Kroy Biermann proceeded to shock his stepdaughter because she said she would do it in exchange for hanging out with her friends. When some followers expressed their concern, Kim replied, “She’ll do anything to hang out with her friends. Anything—a dog collar. Eat poop, eat poop.”

Gloves Are Off: Just days after the dog collar controversy, Kim posted video of her two youngest sons being handcuffed on Snapchat. “Do I put dog collars on my kids, but I put handcuffs too,” she shared with video of the boys having fun in their pajamas. “KJ’s trying to pick the lock.” Instead of focusing on “haters” who were questioning the acts, Kim decided to document her trip to Costco.

Kendall Jenner Tops Gisele B√ľndchen to Become 2017’s Highest-Paid Model

Kendall Jenner is the top-earning model of 2017!

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was just named the highest-earning model in the world by Forbes. To secure the top spot on the list, the 22-year-old beat out Gisele Bündchen, who had been No. 1 on the list every year since 2002.

Jenner made an incredible $22 million this year, while Bündchen earned an equally impressive $17.5 million. Coming in third on the list is expecting mom Chrissy Teigen, who earned $13.5 million in 2017.

The View’s Meghan McCain and Ben Domenech Are Married

This Thanksgiving week is turning into one Meghan McCain will never forget.

The View co-host and Ben Domenech got married Tuesday evening in Arizona, E! News confirms.

“Meghan McCain and Ben Domenech were married today at the McCain family lodge in Sedona, Arizona,” a rep for McCain said in a statement to People. “The bride’s father, Senator John McCain, gave her away and they were married by John Dickerson. Following the ceremony, McCain and Domenech celebrated with dinner and dancing surrounded by their family and close friends.”

Fans of the couple were speculating that this could be a special holiday for the pair. In addition to Meghan being absent from The View this week, she also posted an Instagram hinting that wedding bells could soon be ringing.

“#AlmostTime,” Meghan wrote on Instagram with a pair of slippers that read “I Do!”

Gizele Oliveira Talks About Helping Ming Xi After Her Fall at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

This year’s 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show marked the first time that model Gizele Oliveira walked as an angel. 

She strutted behind model Ming Xi and witnessed the Chinese fashion model get tangled in her flowing, sheer ensemble then take a tumble on the catwalk. 

As the Brazilian beauty watched it all unfold in front of her, she could only think of doing one thing. 

“I just thought about helping her. She was having a hard time getting up with the long dress, high boots, and the wings,” the 24-year-old model tells E! News. “Helping was the first thing that came to mind as it was all happening.”

The Voice, Pitch Perfect 3 Team for Your New Favorite Mash-Up

The Voice’s 12 artists competing for the top prize include Adam Cunningham, Addison Agen and Jon Mero from Team Adam Levine; Chloe Kohanski, Keisha Renee and Red Marlow from Team Blake Shelton; Davon Fleming, Noah Mac and Shi’Ann Jones from Team Jennifer Hudson; and Ashland Craft, Brooke Simpson and Janice Freeman from Team Miley Cyrus.
 
Pitch Perfect 3 finds the Bellas out of college and doing their best to make it in the real world, a world where making music with your mouth generally isn’t enough to get by. The ladies reunite for an overseas USO tour for a final time of misadventures and stellar music. Rebel Wilson, Hana Mae Lee, Ester Dean, Alexis Knapp, Chrissie Fit, Kelley Jakle, Shelley Regner, Elizabeth Banks and John Michael Higgins also return for the sequel. New additions include The Crown’s John Lithgow and Orange Is the New Black’s Ruby Rose.

Meghan Markle Moves Out of Toronto Apartment Ahead of Rumored Move to London

The moving news has lead to even more speculation that the Canadian-living American actress is gearing up for a big move across the pond to live in London, the same city as her royal beau, so that the two can get engaged.

Rumors of an imminent engagement have been swirling ever since the duo made their first joint appearance at the Invictus Games on Sept. 25.

Over the past year, Prince Harry and Markle have made headlines for the rare times they’ve been photographed together, like a London date night, sneaking a smooch after a polo match and on the way to Pippa Middleton‘s wedding reception over the summer.

Janet Jackson and Jermaine Dupri Are Reconnecting After Her Split

What’s really going on between Janet Jackson and Jermaine Dupri?

There’s been a lot of speculation in recent months about the relationship status of the exes, who split in 2009 after seven years together. Now, a source tells E! News that Janet and Jermaine are reconnecting and “getting close again.”

According to the insider, the duo reconnected after her split from Wissam Al Mana and before Janet went on tour and are “consistently in contact.”

Janet split from Al Mana in April 2017 after five years of marriage.

Four months before their split, the duo welcomed a son, Eissa Al Mana, in January.

David Cassidy Dead at Age 67

Partridge Family alum David Cassidy has died after being hospitalized for organ failure. He was 67.

His rep told E! News in a statement, “On behalf of the entire Cassidy family, it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, our uncle, and our dear brother, David Cassidy. David died surrounded by those he loved, with joy in his heart and free from the pain that had gripped him for so long. Thank you for the abundance and support you have shown him these many years.”

The singer, actor and former ’70s teen idol is survived by his children, Arrow actress Katie Cassidy, 30; and son Beau Cassidy, 27.

David was hospitalized for kidney and liver failure last week, spurring his family to rush to his side. He was in need of a liver transplant, TMZ had reported.

Remembering David Cassidy’s Life in Pictures: From The Partridge Family to Emmy Nominee

In the wake of David Cassidy‘s passing, it’s time to cherish the iconic career he left behind. 

The 1970s teen idol passed away TKTK after being hospitalized for kidney and liver failure days earlier. Around the world, fans are paying tribute to the late Partridge Family star and remembering his beloved contributions to TV and music, namely his years on the iconic Partridge Family and the songs he brought to the stage. 

After landing the breakout role as Keith Partridge, the young star quickly amassed international fame as he stole the hearts of fellow teen fans and toured the world to serenade sold-out stadiums with his hits. 

This Is Us’ Chrissy Metz on Kate’s Heartbreaking Yet All Too Relatable Struggle and What’s Next

Yes, Metz is hoping Kate and Toby do eventually decide to try again. “I do think that once they get the bearings about them they will try again and there’s a lot of hope,” she said. “I think they will be amazing parents and I’m excited! Like, who are they going to cast as the kids?! But anyway, that’s just me! But there’s a lot that they’re still sorting out as a couple and as individuals and that’s what we constantly do.”

David Cassidy, Dead at 67: A Look Back on His Teen Idol Days

The world has lost a teen idol…

Partridge Family alum David Cassidy died on Tuesday after being hospitalized for organ failure. He was 67.

His rep told E! News in a statement, “On behalf of the entire Cassidy family, it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, our uncle, and our dear brother, David Cassidy. David died surrounded by those he loved, with joy in his heart and free from the pain that had gripped him for so long. Thank you for the abundance and support you have shown him these many years.”

The singer/actor played Keith Partridge, opposite Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, and real-life stepmother Shirley Jones, from 1970-1974. While on the family friendly show about a ragtag family of performers, Cassidy cemented his place as international heartthrob.

Cassidy struggled with alcoholism later on life, but will be best remembered for his awe-inspiring feathered hairdo, his making-the-girls-go-crazy teen idol status, his beloved bell-bottoms and his slew of hits including “C’mon Get Happy,” “I Think I Love,” and “Cherish.”

It can safely be said that once The Partridge Family hit TVs, the world woke up in love with David Cassidy.

Take a look at photos of the late teen idol from back in the day when he (and his ‘do) made all the girls go wild…

And the Dancing With the Stars Season 25 Winner Is…

At long last, we have a new champion, Dancing With the Stars fans!

Now that the last samba has been strutted, the last score awarded, and the last Bruno Tonioli critique has had us wondering exactly what he’s taking sips of during commercial breaks, the highly-coveted mirrorball trophy has a new owner and season 25 is officially over. So which of the final three came out on top and is deserving of congratulations?

Why, none other than Jordan Fisher and his pro partner Lindsay Arnold!

While certainly a front-runner all season long, Jordan faced some stiff competition from his fellow finalists Lindsey Stirling (dancing alongside pro Mark Ballas) and Frankie Muniz (along with pro Witney Carson). Those were some pretty close final scores!

Rashida Jones Denies Leaving Toy Story 4 Over John Lasseter Misconduct Claims

Rashida Jones is disputing a report from The Hollywood Reporter that said she and Will McCormack left Toy Story 4 over an unwanted sexual advance made by the head of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation, John Lasseter

Instead Jones said in a statement sent to E! News that she and her longtime writing partner exited the project, which they were signed on to co-write, because of issues pertaining to gender and race inequality at Pixar. 

The Parks and Recreation star wrote in an email, “We feel like we have been put in a position where we need to speak for ourselves. The break neck speed at which journalist have been naming the next perpetrator renders some reporting irresponsible and, in fact counterproductive for the people who do want to tell their stories.”

Jones continued, “In this instance, the Hollywood Reporter does not speak for us. We did not leave Pixar because of unwanted advance. That is untrue. We parted ways because of creative and, more importantly philosophical differences.”

Ninjaman and His Son Found Guilty Of Murder


Ninjaman and his son, Jamiel, were found guilty of murder in the Home Circuit Court on Monday.

The dancehall legend, real name Desmond Ballentine, his Jamiel, and Dennis Clayton were found guilty by a seven-member jury who deliberated for three hours. According to the prosecution, the three men murdered 20-year-old Ricardo Johnson, aka Ricky Trooper, from Marl Road, Kingston 13 in March 2009. The three weeks trial was held in camera behind closed doors, which means the public or the media did not have access to the courtroom.

Ninjaman, 51, and his two co-accused are facing life imprisonment for the crime. He will be back before the judge next month for his sentencing hearing and is currently behind bars. During the month-long trial, the prosecution introduced seven witnesses including a man who is in witness protection who testified that the three men fired two shots at him but he ran for his life. He was the star witness for the prosecution who argued that on the day of the murder, the three men had an argument with Johnson who was sweeping a yard on Marl Road. The men then left the scene and returned a short while later with guns blazing.

Following an investigation, cops arrested Ninjaman and his co-accused. The dancehall deejay was granted a JM$2 million bail in 2012 following numerous delays in the trial. The case has seen 23 mentions in the court and 17 delays up until last month when a judged revoked the deejay’s bail and ordered the trial be concluded. The murder case was tried in a special court that deals with cases over five years old with Justice Martin Gayle presiding over the high profile case.

Ninjaman and his two co-accused have maintained their innocence and will likely appeal the conviction. He will likely be housed in the same Tower Street prison as Vybz Kartel.

Who is Ninjaman?

Ninjaman is one of the pioneers of hardcore dancehall music. The famed deejay was born in Annotto Bay, Jamaica, on January 20, 1966. He then moved to Kingston at the age of 12 and started deejaying at the age of 14 under the name “Double Ugly” while working with some local sound systems like Black Culture.

He changed his name in 1980 to Ninjaman and started deejaying on Killamanjaro sound system. That same year he released his debut single “Uglyman” and started being around artists like Early B and Super Cat who were established acts at the time. By the mid-1980s, Ninjaman started recording and producing himself and there he found his breakout hit “Protection” a song that features Courtney Melody. That song elevated his profile as a dancehall artist and from there he started working with producers like Ini Kamoze, Philip “Fatis” Burrell, Steely & Clevie, Bobby Digital, and King Jammy.

In the late 80s to early 90s, Ninjaman scored a number of hit songs and established himself as a clash artist thanks to his notorious clash with Supercat at Sting 1991. That clash is down in history as one of the most fierce lyrical battles in dancehall history.