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6:46 PDT, March 19, 2021

Show pause

“The Talk” is still feeling the effects of Sharon Osbourne’s spit with Sheryl Underwood. On March 14, it was announced that the show would take a brief hiatus while CBS reviewed their heated exchanges. The women were upset on March 10 when Sharon Piers defended Morgan’s controversial comments on Duchess Meghan, in which he questioned the validity of her mental health problems and her allegations of racism in the British royal family. Sharon urged Sheryl to “educate” her about racism and later said she was accused of being racist for supporting Piers. After the exchange, Sharon apologized on Twitter. Piers later claimed that “The Talk” producers put them under pressure. Then he requested an apology from “The Talk”. On March 18, Page 6 reported that Sharon expects to be released, but that she will not leave without a significant payoff. The following day, TMZ reported that Sharon had hired private security guards during the fallout when she received death threats.

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Sex confession

“Punky Brewster” star Soleil Moon Frye made a big reveal this week: the first time she had consensual sex was with Charlie Sheen. The child star’s memory came through her new Hulu documentary, Kid 90, in which she announced that her first sexual experience was an attack when she was 17 or 18. Later, when she was dating Charlie – she was 18, he was 29 – things were consensual. The former “Two and a Half Men” star was “so kind and loving,” said Soleil, adding that she was intrigued and excited by him. She referred to him as her “Mr. Big” – a reference to Carrie Bradshaw’s love interest in “Sex and the City”. On March 16, after the news was released from her private Tryst, Charlie responded with the class and told us Weekly that the actress was “a good egg”. “I wish Soleil all the best in her resurgence,” he said, adding that he has not yet seen her documentary. “It’s on my list and at the top.”

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Documentary bombs

Demi Lovato has covered her near-fatal overdose in 2018 in a new four-part documentary called “Dancing With The Devil”. There’s a lot to unzip, and not just on that fateful night: Demi says she was sexually assaulted by her drug dealer on the night of her overdose, which occurred after smoking heroin and taking oxycodone with fentanyl lacing. She was legally blind when she woke up in the hospital and she will have permanent blind spots that will keep her from ever driving again. She is not sober as she still drinks and smokes marijuana. She says she lost her virginity during a rape and implies that it was a Disney actor who took advantage of her. She also says she got into her failed engagement to Max Ehrich last year. “I feel too strange to have a man in my life right now,” she explained of her fluid sexuality. “I’m not ready to put a label on this this second, but I think I can do it. There are a lot of things I have to do for myself first. I want to allow myself the ability to live my life in the.” USA to live. ” as authentic a form as possible, which I haven’t done because of my past. “

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National TV separation

Matt James, the first black lead actor on “The Bachelor,” selected Rachael Kirkconnell at the end of season 25, but did not propose to do so. Even so, Matt said he was indebted to Rachael and introduced her as his wife. Shortly after the finale was filmed (but before it aired), three-year-old social media images surfaced showing Rachael at an Antebellum South-themed party. She “liked” other images that included a Confederate flag and posted QAnon conspiracy theories online. On the March 15 special, “After The Final Rose”, Matt said he and Rachael were no longer together and admitted that past racist acts were the cause. Matt said, “It’s heartbreaking. If you don’t understand that something like this is problematic in 2018, there are many of me who you won’t understand. It’s that simple.” Rachael admitted that she was still in love with Matt, but he essentially suppressed any hope of reconciliation, saying she had to face her behavior and work on herself. “When I questioned our relationship, it was related to your not fully understanding my blackness and what it means to be a black man in America,” he told her. “It broke my heart because this is the last conversation I thought we’d have. I didn’t sign up for this interview.”

Record setter

The 2021 Grammys didn’t exactly dominate the ratings as it was the lowest-rated show in history. Still, there were a few things worth talking about from the March 14 television broadcast. First, everyone greets Queen Bey. Beyonce is now the most famous Grammys singer of all time: when she took home her fourth prize of the night – and the 28th Grammy overall – she surpassed the record previously set by bluegrass artist Alison Krauss. She has now also won more awards than any other singer of any gender. (What made the day even more special for Bey? Blue Ivy, their eldest daughter with JAY-Z, won her first Grammy.) Taylor Swift had a big night, as did Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion. Cardi B may have had the longest moment. Her performance of “WAP” with Megan was sexually innocent and sparked complaints with the Federal Communications Commission. She also got a day-long beef with conservative expert Candace Owens. After a woman complained on social media that Cardi’s performance wasn’t suitable for children, the rapper replied, “I don’t make music for children, I make music for adults. Parents are responsible for what their children hear or see … stop expecting celebrities to raise your kids. ”


This week, Elliot Page became the first transgender man to appear on the cover of Time magazine. The Umbrella Academy star announced that they had undergone top surgery to remove breast tissue, resulting in a masculine appearance. “It completely changed my life,” he told Time, adding that it was “not only life changing but also life saving”. The “Juno” star noted he was recovering from the surgery when he came out as a transgender last December. In the interview, Elliot said he never recognized himself on the red carpet before coming out as a transsexual. “I’m really excited to act now that I am fully who I am, in this body,” said Elliot. “Regardless of the challenges and difficult moments, it doesn’t matter how I feel now.”

Divorce details

“She’s All That” actress Rachael Leigh Cook and actor Daniel Gillies have settled their divorce, but there is an interesting quirk in their records. One clause states that Rachael and Daniel must reveal the identity of a sexual partner to each other if they are to introduce that person to their two children. As part of the agreement, the ex-couple pays neither child benefit nor spouse’s benefit. Instead, Rachael and Daniel, who starred in “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals”, have a joint bank account that they fill evenly. They will also share custody of their four pets.


You’ve never seen Billie Eilish like this before. On March 17th, the Grammy winner made her debut with a shocking new look: she turned blonde! “Pinch me”, the 19-year-old singer labeled the picture of her new “Do”. Billie later announced on TikTok that she recently wore a wig – including at the Grammys on March 14 – after her hairdresser announced on social media that it had taken Billie weeks to safely get Billie off her trademark black Turning green hair into a platinum shade.


Prince Philip, 99, is back home at WIndsor Castle after a month of hospitalization in London. On March 16, Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth II’s husband had been released “following treatment for an infection and a successful procedure for a pre-existing illness”. The statement added, “His Royal Highness would like to thank all the medical staff who have looked after him … and everyone who has sent their good wishes.” The Duke of Edinburgh was initially hospitalized on February 16. Son Prince Charles told reporters his father’s return home was “very good news” and he was “thrilled”.

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