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ANGELINA JOLIE CELEBRATES SHILOH’S 11th BIRTHDAY IN DISNEYLAND: Angelina Jolie brought her kids to Disneyland on Friday, May 27th to celebrate daughter Shiloh’s 11th birthday. The crew included Shiloh of course, and her siblings Zahara, 12, Knox, 8, Vivienne, 8 and a contingent of pals from Cambodia. According to People, some of the Cambodian friends are actors from Jolie’s new film First They Killed My Father, set to air on Netflix this fall. Pictures of the family snacking on cotton candy, eating churros and hitting classic rides like Space Mountain and the Mad Tea Party surfaced on social media, and it looks like a fun time was had by all.

BELLA THORNE AND SCOTT DISICK ARE NO LONGER A THING: Blink and you missed it. Two weeks ago, 34-year-old reality star Scott Disick was seen romancing 19-year-old Bella Thorne at hot spot Catch L.A. Last week, they were spotted in Cannes engaging in poolside PDAs. But their budding romance came to a halt when he was spotted out with Chloe Bartoli. By Thursday, she was throwing shade on Twitter, writing, "Yo this #cannes fancy life isn't for me." On Friday, she underlined their split, Tweeting: "Hahahah I'm not talking to Scott or anyone else. #dontf-kwithit." According to a report in TMZ, Thorne was actually shocked – and repulsed – not only by Disick’s heavy drinking, but also by his carousing with other women.

LEONARDO DICAPRIO BOUNCES BACK FROM BREAKUP: Livin la vida Leo! Leonardo DiCaprio seems to be recovering just fine after splitting with girlfriend Nina Agdal earlier this month. DiCaprio was spotted in fighting form at Cannes, surrounded by a troupe of gorgeous ladies, including Bella Hadid and Rita Ora. DiCaprio has previously dated Gisele Bundchen, Bar Refaeli, Erin Heatherton, Toni Garrn and Kelly Rohrbach. The Daily Mail published a round-up of shots featuring Leo and the ladies at Cannes.

TINA FEY IS READY TO BE DONE WITH ACTING: If Tina Fey gets her way, she’ll be spending a lot less time in front of the camera. The writer, producer and comedian told The New York Daily News that these days her goal is "to be in hair and makeup as little as possible." The working mom has plenty of non-acting Hollywood projects in the hopper, including two shows she co-created: the third season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and the second season of workplace comedy Great News, soon to launch on Netflix.

JOY ANNA DUGGAR MARRIES AUSTIN FORSYTH: Joy Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth are married. "What an absolutely wonderful day our family will always treasure," the Duggar family’s website said Friday. The 19-year-old reality TV personality and her fiancé of nearly three months tied the knot in front of a church full of family and close friends, surprising fans when they announced that they exchanged vows months ahead of their scheduled October 28th wedding date. The wedding will be featured on the June 12th episode of the TLC docu-series Counting On, a spinoff of 19 Kids and Counting. Meanwhile, another Duggar is about to say "I do." After courting for a few months, Joseph Duggar popped to question to Kendra Caldwell while attending his sister Joy-Anna’s wedding. The pair, who met through their church, said they are "super excited." Joseph, 22, and Caldwell, 18, announced in March that they were courting.

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