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Bella Hadid is a fan of a sheer top! The model heated up Instagram with a seriously risqué photo of her posing on her most recent vacation in Saint Barthélemy. She struck a pose in an all white look, including a sheer, slinky halter. This led to an epic free nipple that has social media abuzz.

This isn't the first occasion of Bella going braless; back in September, she wore another sheer top that wowed London Fashion Week. The posting has been met with a lot of love, and heart emojis, from her fans.


Steve Harvey has a message to all of the haters out there: you can't bring him down. On Sunday night's (12/8/19) broadcast of Miss Universe 2019, Harvey made a comment directed to Miss Colombia about the 2015 snafu in which he mistakenly announced her as the winner of the contest: "You've forgiven me (but) the cartel has not. They're not handling it the same way." The comment immediately received a critical response online, labeling it as offensive.

But early Monday (12/9/19), Harvey tweeted a video of him saying "Now, listen, some bad things are gonna happen to you. That's life. Know that. The road the success is always under construction." – the caption of the video read ‘Quit tripping every time something negative happens to you." This was Harvey's fifth time hosting the pageant, which crowned Zozibini Tunzi from South Africa as the 2019 winner.


KENDALL AND KYLIE'S CONTRACTS ON KUWTK ARE DIFFERENT THAN THEIR SISTERS: In response to an online tweet from a fan that asked why Kendall and Kylie Kardashian are rarely on the show, Khloe Kardashian said that "Kendall and Kylie have different contracts. Kourt, Kim and I have an equal contract." This question comes in the midst of some sisterly drama stemming from a recent episode.

CHRISSY TEIGEN REVEALS CELEBRITY AIRPORT SECRET: In response to a recent Twitter fan question asking about how celebrities travel on planes, Chrissy Teigen answered in her typical candid style: "There is a terminal a mile from the airport that you pay membership for. They do the same security privately and take you to the plane in a car. I know. I know…"

NENE LEAKES CALLS OUT ANDY COHEN FOR SHADDY COMMENT: On Sunday Night's (12/8/19) episode of Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen commented on a lacy dress that NeNe Leakes re-wore this season of the show after wearing it previously two years ago. Lakes took to Instagram, saying "Can someone please tell me what was the point of this? Like I don't get it. That was 2 years ago I wore this dress ONCE, so I can't sit in a confessional with it…?"

KATE HUDSON'S SON RYDER ‘DOESN'T CARE' ABOUT GETTING HIS DRIVER'S LICENSE: On a recent episode of The Rachael Ray Show, Hudson chats about her family life—motherhood, in particular. She mentioned that her 15 year old son Ryder doesn't care about getting his license, saying "I don't know what it is about kids right now—they really don't care! I think maybe because Lyft and Uber."

JOSH DUHAMEL LINKED TO PAGEANT START AUDRA MARI: The couple were first seen out in May during a Malibu date, and were recently seen kissing in a Toronto airport. The news comes after Duhamel's recent split with singer Fergie. Mari, who is 21 years younger than Duhamel, was crowned Miss World American in 2016.


Warner Bros. recently gave the world an exciting glimpse into the new Wonder Woman 1984 film, and star Gal Gadot is letting the world know how emotional the film had made her. Gadot opened up to ET, saying "I'm not an easy crier. I'm not the type of woman who watches commercials and cries…(but) I had such a strong reaction to this movie. And it caught me off guard."

She goes on to detail the specific moment she felt so emotional: "It was the very beginning (of the film)…All of a sudden, I wasn't Gal, or Wonder Woman…I was a little girl from a suburb in Israel watching, all by myself, in the scene…" Gadot and her director Patty Jenkins debuted the trailer at Comic Con in Sao Paulo, Brazil; the film opens June 5th, 2020.


The 2020 Golden Globes nominations have officially been released, and Netflix is dominating the categories with a total of 34 nominations. Netflix distributed three of the five films nominated for best dramatic picture—"Marriage Story", which has six total noms; "The Irishman" with five; and "The Two Popes" with four. Their original television programs "Unbelievable" and "The Crown" both have four nominations.

Other film nominees include Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood" which appears not only in the best comedy film category, but features nominations for both Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. "Joker" also picked up several nominations, including best actor for Joaquin Phoenix. Among the film nominations for best actress are big names like Scarlett Johansson, Cynthia Erivo, and Cate Blanchett.

Some notable snubs include Robert De Niro in "The Irishman", the film "Cats" and the cast of "Game of Thrones" (except for Kit Harrington, who was nominated for best actor in a dramatic series). The Golden Globes is set to air on January 5th, 2020—hosted by Ricky Gervais.


Looking for photos of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynold's wedding day? Well, you'll have to go outside of typical wedding sites like Pinterest and The Knot. These websites have announced that they are no longer publishing pictures of weddings that took place on plantations. In a move that has been both controversial and praise worthy, the decision was made based on the fact that these spots have historically been used for slave labor.

Civil Rights group Color of Change commented on the issue, saying "Plantations are physical reminders of one of the most horrific human rights abuses the world has ever seen." In light of this movement, many websites have distanced themselves from photographs that are taken on plantations. Lively and Reynold were married at the Boone Hall Plantation in Charleston in 2012.


"GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE" RELEASES NEW TRAILER: The new trailer for the film "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" relocates the ghost hunting from urban NYC to a small town, where a family with connections to the original film must return to their roots. The film arrives in theater in summer 2020.

"HONEY BOY" DIRECTOR CRITICIZES GOLDEN GLOBES OVER GENDER AWARENESS: "Honey Boy" director Alma Har'el pointed out that the recent Golden Globes nominations failed to recognize any women in either the director or screenwriter categories. In order to solve this issue, Har'el suggests introducing gendered categories for writers and directors, just as there are for actors and actresses.

SIMON COWELL SET TO SIGN RECORD BREAKING DEAL ON ‘BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT': Simon Cowell is ready to sign a new deal with "Britain's Got Talent", in the midst of an NBC investigation around the culture of the workplace at "America's Got Talent". A source says Cowell is finalizing talk for a new five-year agreement—the longest deal he's ever done with a British broadcaster.

ATLANTA PAPER THREATENS CLINT EASTWOOD & WARNER BROTHERS WITH LAWSUIT: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution accuses the film of tarnishing their paper's legacy. This issue stems from the controversy around a character played by Olivia Wilde, who is portrayed as trading sex for information regarding Richard Jewell (the film's protagonist) as a suspect.

CW BUYS MILLENIAL COMEDY ‘OBSESSED': The CW has recently put into development a new dark comedy from writer Jessica Amento, Sweet/Vicious creator Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, Jane the Virgin creator Jennie Snyder Urman and her Sutton Street Productions, and CBS Television Studios, where Urman is under a deal.






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