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NICOLE KIDMAN AWKWARDLY EXPLAINS INFAMOUS ALEXANDER SKARSGARD EMMYS SMOOCH: Nicole Kidman dished on her epic lip-lock with Alexander Skarsgard at the 2017 Emmy Awards. When he won Best Supporting Actor for his role in Big Little Lies, his co-star Kidman stood up and laid one on him … as her devoted husband Keith Urban watched and clapped. On The Graham Norton Show, Kidman attempted to address the situation when Norton brought it up, but somehow made it even worse. "I did kiss him because...but you gotta understand, I did everything with Alex," Nicole shared. "We saw it!" Graham said. "Alright I'm backin' off," Kidman said. "I've got an amazing, supportive, gorgeous husband who I love more than anything in the world and I gave Alex a congratulatory kiss and he's like a mannequin." Huh? " I mean, not a mannequin." Wisely at that point, she decided she’d said enough. ASHTON KUTCHER ON WHY PICTURES OF HIS KIDS AREN’T ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are outspoken about not raising stereotypically privileged Hollywood kids. In a recent interview with The Thrive Global Podcast, Kutcher shed some light on why he keeps their life so private. "We don't share any photos of our kids publicly because we actually feel like being public is a personal choice….My wife and I have chosen a career where we're in the public light, but my kids have not," he told host Arianna Huffington. Kutcher and Kunis both starred on the sitcom That ‘70s Show. "So, I think they should have the right to choose that and I actually don't think that they should have images of them as children that are out there, that somebody could potentially blackmail them with. It's their private life; it's not mine to give away." Do you think share photos of kids on social media is more or less fraught when you’re a public figure? JULIANNE MOORE STRIPS DOWN FOR JOHN HARDY CAMPAIGN: Julianne Moore proves once again that age is just a number. The stunning 56-year-old posed topless with $40,000 worth of bling for a new John Hardy jewelry campaign. Hardy’s latest "Made for Legends" campaign celebrates dramatic, powerful and inspiring women. JUDITH LIGHT SAYS KEY TO HAPPINESS IN MARRIAGE IS LIVING APART: Judith Light adores her husband of 32 years, Robert Desiderio, and credits their happiness to living apart. "It’s been the best," the 68-year-old actress told People Magazine Monday. "I highly recommend it." She says that he loves the West Coast, while she adores NYC. "He loves California, and I would never ask him to leave there and he would never ask me to leave here," she explained. "Now, mind you, I go back and I shoot Transparent and I’m there four or five months, so I’m there all the time, so when I’m done there, I come back here and he’s flying here today, so we’re going to be together for a few days and then I’ll go back to California, so it really is this kind of supportive … we’re on each other’s team." Would you want to live apart from your partner? JUSTIN HARTLEY CAN’T WAIT TO GET MARRIED: This Is Us star Justin Hartley is getting ready to tie the knot with fiancé and Days of Our Lives actress Chrishell Stause, and he can’t wait. "We’re almost done," he tells People. "We hired a wedding planner to take care of all that stuff, and we’re just sort of going to show up and have a good time." Hartley and Stause got engaged in 2015. Last year, he told People that his daughter Isabella, 13, will have a huge role in the big day. "I think I’m going to have her do maybe the ring bearer and the flower girl, and maybe if she wants to she can sing," Hartley told People in October 2016. "She sings, as well. She can do whatever she wants."


It’s official! Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander got married over the weekend in Ibiza, sources tell People. The lovebirds exchanged vows at La Granja farmstead resort in front of friends and family, sources tell the magazine. In photographs captured on Sunday by The Daily Mail, Vikander, 29, and Fassbender, 40, are wearing bands on their ring fingers. Before the ceremony, the pair was spotted hanging on the Spanish island Friday. Vikander was wearing a white, summery gown with matching sunglasses and Fassbender was showing off his abs in shorts and an unbuttoned shirt. They got to know each other during the shooting of 2016’s The Light Between Oceans, in which Vikander played his wife. While promoting the movie, Vikander told Entertainment Weekly that she and Fassbender liked to keep their private life, just that: private. "I think we’ve made a clear statement that we keep certain things just between us," Vikander said. "It was very easy to unite, but that’s quite personal." They made their public debut as a couple at the Golden Globes in 2016.


Actress Alyssa Milano was one of the first to share the #MeToo hashtag and call for a social media campaign to highlight and empower victims of sexual assault and abuse. Milano tweeted: "If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet." The tweet also shared a screenshot of a note from a friend, which read: "If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote, 'Me too' as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem." Since then, her tweet has garnered more than 42,000 comments, 15,000 retweets and 31,000 likes, and countless other #MeToo threads have been started. Milano did not say that the campaign was a reaction to the dozens of women who have come forward with allegations of harassment, assault and rape against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, but many have assumed it is a response. Lady Gaga, who has spoken out about her experiences as a rape survivor, was among the scores who joined the #MeToo campaign. Gabrielle Union, Barry Crimmins, Anna Paquin, Patricia Arquette, Debra Messing, Rosario Dawson and Evan Rachel Wood were among other bold-faced names who also joined the #MeToo campaign.


The Weinstein Company is in talks to sell to Tom Barrack’s private equite firm Colony Capital. The movie and TV production house is still reeling from the ever-expanding sexual assault and rape allegations against its founder, Harvey Weinstein. Weinstein was fired by the company’s board on October 8th, three days after a bombshell New York Times story detailing decades of harassment landed. Since the story broke, Courtney Love, Eva Green, Minka Kelly, Rose McGowan, Ashley Judd, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Beckinsale, Heather Graham, Cara Delevingne, Mira Sorvino, Angelina Jolie, Lysette Anthony, Angie Everhart and several other famous actresses and lesser-known celebs have come forward accusing him of everything from predatory behavior to rape. In all, more than two-dozen women have accused him of misconduct and three have accused him of rape. POTENTIAL SALE & BOARD NEGOTATIONS The Weinstein Co. said it is negotiating "for a potential sale of all or a significant portion of the company's assets." "We will help return the company to its rightful iconic position in the independent film and television industry," Barrack said in a statement. Barrack has been in the news a lot recently as a rumored candidate for White House chief of staff. He is a close confidant of President Donald Trump. Meanwhile, estranged brothers Harvey and Bob Weinstein are set to face off against each other at a company wide board meeting scheduled for today (Tuesday). Harvey is in Arizona at sex rebab and will call in on speakerphone, according to TMZ. Sources tell the outlet that the board is anticipating a showdown incovlving cursing, screaming and threats of lawsuits. Harvey’s lawyer, Patty Glaser, is expected to argue that per his contract, Harvey can’t be ousted from the board as long as he reimburses the company for expenses incurred from a sex harassment claim. The company is expected to argue that he violated their code of conduct, and therefore they do have grounds to fire him. DONNA KARAN & WOODY ALLEN APOLOGIZE FOR WEINSTEIN COMMENTS Meanwhile, designer Donna Karan is still regretting those comments she made suggested that women are asking to be harassed when they dress a certain way. Woody Allen is walking back his recent remarks as well. After making her initial comments, she released an official statement apologizing, while underlining her ongoing support for women throughout her career and condemning sexual assault. Then on Monday, WWD ran an interview in which an "embarrassed" Karan apologized profusely and blamed her comments on jetlag. "And I was confused by the question," she said. "I mean, I hadn’t been paying attention to any of the news, and you hear little stories here and a little story there. And quite honestly, it wasn’t my place to say anything. Sometimes the press can kind of gear you on, and I didn’t feel it was appropriate." She continued: "So the fact of what I said was—it was inappropriate and I just went off. And I shouldn’t have done it. I was exhausted, I was tired and— when it came back to me, I was shocked that I even said this myself. Because I was preparing in my mind what I was going to say in the theater. And I just went off on something that I shouldn’t have, and I apologize profusely. I regret it so strongly. There is currently a 14K petition asking Nordstrom to drop her line, DKNY. After telling the BBC that the Weinstein scandal is "tragic" for the women involved and "sad for Harvey that his life is so messed up," Allen, who has been accused of sexual misconduct and child molestation in the past, released a statement to Variety reworking what he’d said. "When I said I felt sad for Harvey Weinstein I thought it was clear the meaning was because he is a sad, sick man. I was surprised it was treated differently. Lest there be any ambiguity, this statement clarifies my intention and feelings."

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