Thirteen things that celebrities did this week, from funny to sad:

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Thirteen things that celebrities did this week, from funny to sad:

There were a lot of good things to say about Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly getting married.

Put your lips together. It’s been a slam-dunk for a long time now because of their love for the internet, good or bad. You might not know this, but MGK said that the engagement ring was something he made himself. Megan said that after they got married, they “drank each other’s blood” together. People had a lot to say about that, which is true.

  • It’s bad news for people who look good: After 16 years together, Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet have broken up, but they’re still friends.

Everyone has been squeezed and changed by these changes. There is a big change going on, and our family isn’t the only one who is going through it. Seismic changes that are taking place right now are making you feel and grow. It’s time for us to tell our family that we’re ending our marriage. Because of the pandemic, they may have split up, but it’s not clear.


  • Getting into a fight with Pete Davidson is making things even more bad between Ye and Kim Kardashian, as well. She on the other hand is living her best life at the same time.


During this paparazzi shot, Julia (L) and Kanye (R) are shown. Julia is wearing a tie-dye overcoat and stiletto boots, while Kanye is wearing jeans, a hoodie, and rubber boots. In the footnotes, Ye says that Kim isn’t letting him see his kids and that she and Pete have a bad relationship all around. Ye also said that Kim kept him away from 4-year-old Chicago’s birthday party over the weekend, which Kim said wasn’t true, but Ye didn’t believe her. When the party was over, he allegedly went to his own and then did the same thing. Also, he says that “God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass.” This is in one of his upcoming songs. Julia, on the other hand, is “just living in the moment.” She is dating Ye at the moment. Good for her.

 

  • As for Britney Spears and Jamie Lynn, it looks like their public feud may be over for now.

When the Grammy winner said she was sorry about some of the things she said about her sister, Jamie, she said she was “obviously hurt.” She said she needed help from her sister. Jamie said that they should talk in private, not in front of the public. She called the public fight “embarrassing” and said that she has tried to reach out to them many times.

  • The new trailer coming out. Netflix’s new show, Inventing Anna, looks deliciously wicked.

Emmy-winning actress Julia Garner stars in the drama miniseries “Anna Delvey,” which is about the real-life Anna Delvey who posed as a fake heiress in order to scam her way through New York’s elite while pretending to be a rich woman. The show comes from Shondaland and is the first show made by creator Shonda Rhimes for Netflix (to clarify, Bridgerton was produced, not created, by Shonda). For people who watch the trailer, I, too, was shocked by Julia’s strange accent.

  • Anna Marie Tendler talked about her divorce for the first time. John Mulaney was her husband.

Anna said that she was “heartbroken” that John had decided to break up with her after six years of being married. Artist: “Everything that’s happened has been shocking and I think it’s been a little bit out of this world.” It looks like she’s starting to process and heal, and we want her to be happy and do well.

  • In the movie The Mandalorian, Leonardo DiCaprio made Jonah Hill watch it with him. He didn’t make his girlfriend watch all of the Star Wars movies as he was running around with his lightsaber.

From an interview Jonah did with W Magazine, you can read the first tidbit about him. This is a fake account from the Twitter account @LeCinephiles. It fooled a lot of people, though.

  • In awards news: the Golden Globes did their thing with no one watching, and the Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced (with some snubs and surprises galore).

Some of the best: Michaela Jaé (Mj) Rodriguez made history by becoming the first trans woman to win a leading Golden Globe. Andrew Garfield’s first Globe win and SAG nomination made him cry. (And I’m sure these two lovely co-stars were cheering each other on.)

  • Season 9 of “Emily in Paris” was renewed for two more years (yes, that happened this week, not three years ago, if you can believe it). Lily Collins was excited. But the city of Paris, maybe not so much.

 

  • This week, celebrities paid tribute to Bob Saget, Sidney Poitier, and Ronnie Spector, who died this week.

During his time on Full House, Bob was best known for his role. He died at the age of 65 last week. Sidney, a Hollywood legend and the first African-American to win an Oscar, died on January 6. Halle Berry wrote a moving tribute to the actor in Variety this week, and you can read it here. When the lead singer of Ronettes died this week, Zendaya paid tribute. She was 78 years old. She will play her in a biopic about the group.

11. We all scream for Scream! (Sorry.)

So, the fifth movie in the popular horror series has finally come out, and it’s great! Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, David Arquette, Marley Shelton, and, of course, Ghostface, are all back in this new season of the show.

  • Tom Holland is the head of the company. Euphoria showed up? There’s a better chance than you think.

Fans went crazy when their spidey senses helped them find Tom lurking in the background of a behind-the-scenes Instagram picture. Zendaya is the show’s executive producer, and the boy has been to the set “at least 30 times.” We’re sure it’s going to happen soon. Then, keep asking Tom for the same thing.

13. Shadow and Bone came through with some cast announcements, and praise be for that!

There is finally going to be a second season of a fantasy TV show. I want it now, but I’ll settle for a spring release (Netflix, please). Patrick Gibson will play Nikolai Lantsov, Jack Wolfe will play Wylan Hendricks, Anna Leong Brophy will play Tamar Kir-Bataar, and Lewis Tan will play Tolya Yul-Bataar in the new cast.




 

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