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JOHN LEGEND CHRISSY TEIGEN DROPS ASKING PRICE ON BEVERLY HILLS HOME: John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have lowered the asking price for their Beverly Hills mansion by $6 million. According to Page Six, the couple first listed the home last summer for $23.95 million and dropped the price slowly over the past year. It is now listed at $17.95 million. Legend, 42, and Teigen, 35, first purchased the home (formerly owned by Rihanna) in 2016 for $14.1 million.

PETE DAVIDSON AND PHOEBE DYNEVOR FUEL DATING RUMORS: Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor are fueling rumors about their alleged romance by wearing matching necklaces. E! Online reports that the SNL star was seen on The Tonight Show wearing a "PD" necklace on April 6th while the Birdgerton actress was recently seeing the same piece of jewelry on a YouTube Q&A.

KATHERINE SCHWARZENEGGER LOOKS FORWARD TO FIRST MOTHER'S DAY AS A MOM: Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt is looking forward to having her whole family together for her first Mother's Day with baby Lyla. The best-selling author told E! News that the holiday has taken on a whole new meaning since welcoming her daughter with Chris Pratt in August 2020. She said, "I mean, Mother's Day every year has always been really special for me because I have such an incredible mom and being able to honor her and celebrate her every day, especially that day, is really important to me. It's always been an exciting holiday and then, of course, having my daughter now and being able to be a mom makes it a little bit more exciting in having my first Mother's Day."

CANDACE CAMERON BURE INSISTS SHE'S NOT FAKE: Candace Cameron Bure wants fans to know that her upbeat demeanor is not fake and Bob Saget is willing to back her up on that. The actress appeared on her former Full House co-star's Here For You podcast Monday (April 12th) where she asked Saget if he agreed with her fans' assumption that she was "fake" for appearing to be a "happy, positive person." He replied, "You are the opposite of fake. And I'm sorry –you're perky sometimes. What's wrong with being perky?"

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