Sean "Diddy" Combsmay go by “Love” these days, but his Instagram account hasn’t been showing some people any.
Earlier in the year, fans started noticing that some of the rapper’s photos on his Instagram account had been cropped to kick some fellow stars out of the images. Take this snap of Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar and Nas, for example. The original also featured French Montana, but when it appeared on Combs’ social media account, Montana had been literally left out of the picture.
Finally, the mogul cleared up all the mystery.
“I take a lot of pictures with a lot of different celebrities because we’re all family and stuff,” he explained to Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday. “Sometimes my photography editor—he doesn’t let me know when he’s taking people out of the pictures.”
“I just found out about this,” he admitted. While he may be late to the trend, it already has a name: the #DiddyCrop. Meanwhile, the #DiddyShop is for when photoshopping takes place.
Directed by Ruben Fleischer, Venom stars Riz Ahmed as Carlton Drake and Michelle Williams as Ann Weying. The film, distributed through Columbia Pictures, debuts in theaters Oct. 5, 2018.
“I’m so scared of it. It’s so big!” Larsa screams.
Kourtney decides to calls the exterminators to let them know the problem hasn’t been fixed. “There’s a tarantula currently…it’s insane. There’s one right now, we’re looking right at it,” she tells pest control.
The pest control employee assures Kourtney they’ll send someone out but warns her that it is tarantula mating season so it may take multiple sprays to solve the problem. But just as he tries to put Kourt’s mind at ease, she and Larsa spot another giant spider and run inside the house!
“Kourtney, I’m leaving!” Larsa yells. “I promise I’m going back to Beverly Hills. This Wild, Wild West is not for me!”
As the star of the new Tomb Raider, Alicia Vikander is used to playing a fighter. But in a new interview with Vogue, the 29-year-old actress shared how Julianne Moore came to her defense when an unnamed man in a position of power made a joke at her expense on the set of Seventh Son.
“I was really embarrassed, and I would have just laughed it off,” Vikander told the magazine. “But Julianne turned to him and said, ‘If you ever do that again, I’m walking out of here and I’m not coming back.'”
Her eyes went glossy. “She was just, like, ‘Don’t you f–king say that again,'” Vikander recalled. “It showed me that she had the power. And that meant so much to me.”
Jamie Dornan has to draw the line somewhere.
The 35-year-old actor flashed part of his penis during a sexy montage with Dakota Johnson in Focus Features’ 2015 hit Fifty Shades of Grey, and in subsequent interviews, he mulled over the idea of baring even more of his body in future installments of the film trilogy. But, as he explains in a new interview with ELLE, he ultimately decided to keep his privates…well, private. Asked about a rumor that the studio offered him an additional $1 million to do full-frontal nudity in Fifty Shades Freed (out Friday), he laughed, “It was $30 million—to show one testicle.”
“No, that whole thing with offering more money to go nude?” he asked. “That didn’t happen.”
And who knows? Dornan might’ve agreed to show his genitals onscreen, had any of the films’ directors felt it was integral to the main characters’ love story. “I don’t know if I said I wouldn’t. You see my arse quite a lot. That doesn’t really bother me. You see a lot of Dakota’s tits. I would show my tits if I had them. I just thought, ‘We don’t need to be flashing the rest if it’s not essential to the story,'” he explains. “We’re not making porn, as much as people think we are.”
Baby Stormi‘s name is complete.
If fans were wondering if there was anything more to the moniker Kylie Jennerpicked for her first child, the mystery is up. E! News has learned Stormi Webster is the little lady’s full name, with her last name coming from dad Travis Scott‘s legal moniker, Jacques Webster. Unlike her famous mama, whose middle name is Kristen, E! News has learned the baby does not have a middle name.
The 20-year-old new mom confirmed the highly anticipated name on social media earlier this week along with the first photo of her daughter. The sweet snap quickly became the most-liked Instagram photo of all time with more than 15 million likes and still counting.
As the trailer chronicles, the newly empowered Renée goes about her days as if absolutely nothing can stop her, strutting into the office, twirling in a bar, telling executives “modeling is an option for her” and confidently stripping naked to give her new beau a “sneak peek.”
The movie also stars Emily Ratajkowski, Aidy Bryant, Busy Philippsand Michelle Williams. It’s expected to hit theaters in June.
Prince William made a surprise visit to Ark Burlington Danes Academy on Thursday to talk to students about cyberbullying.
At one point, the Duke of Cambridge spoke about society’s unrealistic beauty standards for women and criticized the vast amount of “fakeness” and “touched up” pictures across the web.
“I worry for you girls … so don’t try and recreate or think that’s what, you know, you’ve got to aim for,” he said. “There’s a lot of fakeness online so don’t worry about that.”
Students Samara Hackett-Valton and Sophie Crowder, both 15, acknowledged the pressures William described.
“I take hundreds of pictures and delete them all because they’re not what I want,” Hackett-Valton said. “It’s because of the celebrities. If they posted pictures of themselves just out of bed that would make a huge difference.”
“I thought I was the only one who got daily pictures from Neal,” Bobby interrupted. Seems Neal is sending quite a few updates to the new Fab Five.
Neal isn’t the only new friend who has been keeping the guys in the loop about their new lease on life. Episode three of the series features Cory, a white police officer, with whom Karamo said he needed to have a frank discussion with about the political climate between police and black Americans.
“I felt like it was a call to duty,” she explains. “I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him…It was always about the country.”
“That makes sense,” Mathews says.
And then she gets real.
“I was haunted by tweets every single day,” she says. “Like, what is he going to tweet next?”
When Mathews inquires if the President has anyone around him to take him to task over his tweeting, Omarosa admits she tried. “And then all of the people around him attacked me,” she adds. “It was like, ‘Keep her away from him. Don’t give her access. Don’t let her talk to him.’ And Ivanka‘s there, Jared‘s there, and it’s…”
In October 2017, 79 actors and filmmakers from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe came together in Atlanta to celebrate 10 years of movie-making history, beginning with 2008’s Iron Man. “I literally am in dead center in the front row,” says Robert Downey Jr., who made Tony Stark a film legend. “I’m looking around going, ‘Any one of these people could be dead center.”
Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, admits it’s atypical to have so many stars in one room. “It felt like being at the Academy Awards or something. Every person had been in one or all of my favorite films,” he explains. “I think everyone was aware this was coming to a close. We’d all been on this remarkable journey together. There was a huge excitement and buzz to that day.”
Tom Holland, who joined the MCU as Spider-Man in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War, was wide-eyed as ever. “There was like a sea of people who I’d grown up watching in one place hanging out,” he said. Even Don Cheadle, who’s been playing War Machine for eight years, admitted, “There’s a ton of fanboy-ing and fangirl-ing going on in that room with each other.” Chris Pratt, who plays Star-Lord, said it was a “dream come true” to be in everyone’s company.
It’s never too early to start the sex talk—just ask Jessica Biel.
During an appearance at the 2018 MAKERS Conference on Tuesday, the Sinner star and Tryst Network collaborator sat down with CEO of WCG and CEO of Evofem Biosciences Saundra Pelletier and former Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Elaine Welteroth for a candid conversation about sex and relationships.
“How do parents…pick up where sex education leaves off in the school system?” Welteroth asked the other two women. Biel spoke from experience, explaining to the ladies and everyone in the audience that she had already begun having conversations with her and her husband Justin Timberlake‘s son, 2-year-old Silas.
Fifty Shades Freed hits theaters Feb. 9 and we can’t wait to see how Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey’s sexy story ends.
The film stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan and is the final film in the series. The first two films, Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker, grossed nearly $950 million globally—leaving fans clearly craving more.
In the new movie, Anastasia and Christian tie the knot. But as the couple enters newlywed bliss, certain problems arise, including the return of Jack Hyde.
We’ve already seen a few sneak peeks of the film from the trailers, and they’re full of all of the steamy scenes you’d expect. Still can’t wait until tomorrow to get your Fifty Shades fix? Check out this gallery and get in the mood for Fifty Shades Freed.
Law & Order: SVU has been on the scene for 19 seasons, and one thing has remained constant: Mariska Hargitay.
The long-running show has featured a revolving door of ensemble cast members, from detectives to ADAs, all turning in memorable performances through the years. The latest exit happened in the Wednesday, Feb. 7 episode when Raúl Esparza left the show. Esparza played ADA Rafael Barba since season 14 of the series.
Take a walk down Law & Order: SVU memory lane with us and take a look back at how the NBC police drama has handled character exits in the past. Warning, this may make you long for characters of yesterday. Should you feel the urge to revisit, there are always marathons on USA Network and Law & Order: SVU season 1-19 are streaming now on Hulu.
Count on athleisure to be inclusive.
Any doubters need to feast their eyes on the Adidas Originals presentation at New York Fashion Week, the collection—designed by 23-year-old Amsterdam Fashion Institute student Danielle Cathari—features everything cool, laid-back souls want to live in: deconstructed tracksuits, cropped bustiers with an athleisure twist, oversize denim with a matching mini-skirt and the brand’s signature triple lines running in every direction.
There are enough bold colors to go Instagram crazy. However, the real appeal of this presentation (besides Adidas brand ambassador Kendall Jenner or how perfectly Hailey Baldwin‘s blunt lob complemented her striking red ensemble) is the apparent diversity among the models.