Leonardo DiCaprio is plays paparazzo to girlfriend, Camila Morrone, at Cannes
The romance between Leonardo DiCaprio, 44, and 21-year-old model and actress Camila Morrone, is still going strong — a fact they proved this week when Leo dutifully pulled out an iPhone and snapped photos of his lady as she smiled and sashayed in a flowing white polka-dot dress outside the luxe Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, France, a magnet for the stars during the Cannes Film Festival. "Press day jazz," Camila captioned a photo that showed her smiling i the dress. While Leo is in Cannes promoting Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" and his electric street car racing doc, "And We Go Green," Camila is at the festival for the premiere of her new film, "Mickey and the Bear," the story of a young woman coming to terms with what it means to stay in her rural hometown and continue looking after her dad, an Iraq war vet suffering from PTSD. The usually private couple started dating in December 2017, according to People. They were initially family friends — Camila's mom, Lucila Sola, 43 — yes, she's a year younger than the man her daughter's dating — was in a long-term relationship with Leo's good friend, Al Pacino, 79.
Kim Kardashian: 'Not a dry eye in the room' after Kanye West's latest Sunday Service
Kanye West has a devoted supporter of his new Sunday Service tradition in Kim Kardashian West. After being moved apparently to tears at the music-filled spectacle near the couple's home in the Hidden Hills section of Los Angeles on Sunday, May 19, Kim posted clips and photos of her favorite moments on her social media pages. "There's so many videos from today's Sunday service I want to share with you guys," she wrote on her Instagram Story (via the Daily Mail). "The rain forced us inside but it was magical. No mics, no band, no speakers but it was perfect. Not a dry eye in the room today. The choir sang Sia's Elastic Heart song and changed the words to a gospel song." The services have become weekly events and are usually hosted outside. Describing them as a "healing experience" for Kanye, Kim told Elle earlier this year: "It's just music; there's no sermon. It's definitely something he believes in — Jesus — and there's a Christian vibe. But there's no preaching. It's just a very spiritual Christian experience." The services began in January.
RIhanna opens up about embracing her curves as she enters the world of high fashion
With her new LVMH line, Rihanna is moving even further into the fashion world spotlight. The singer and designer recently sat down with T, the New York Times Style Magazine, for the publication's latest cover story, where she opened up about her evolution from music to Puma to Fenty Beauty to LVMH as well as how developing curves affected her persepective as a designer. "I've been slowly evolving throughout the fashion world. First wearing it, buying it, being recognized for my style and then collaborating with brands. I never just wanted to put my name on something and sell my license. I'm very hands-on, so I wanted to take it slowly and gain respect as a designer. I already had a relationship with them after the Versailles campaign and the makeup line, so they extended the offer to me and it was a no-brainer because LVMH is a machine. Bernard Arnault was so enthusiastic; he trusted me and my vision," she says. As for her decision to embrace her own "thicc" physique and those of others like her with the line, she says: "It just changed how I dress in terms of my proportions. You wear what looks good on you and that's it. I'm thick and curvy right now, and so if I can't wear my own stuff then, I mean, that's not gonna work, right? And my size is not the biggest size. It's actually closer to the smallest size we have: We go up to a [French size] 46. We're saying we can meet you at any one drop that we put out."
Jennifer Aniston forced to pick which pal she's closer to: Ellen DeGeneres or Reese Witherspoon
Jennifer Aniston's friendship is in seriously high demand in Hollywood — just ask Ellen DeGeneres and Reese Witherspoon, who stopped by the Monday, May 20, edition of Ellen's show. As the two began talking, the subject of Reese and Jen's newApple TV+ series, The Morning Show, came up. It wasn't long before Reese began hilariously insisting she and Jen are better pals than Ellen and Jen. "She told me that she was so excited to work with me because she was tired of hanging out with you," Reese joked, according to the Daily Mail. Ellen took the dig in stride, replying, "She'll say anything to make you feel better, that's the kind of girl she is. She loves to make people feel better." When Reese was offstage, Ellen sneakily called Jen on speakerphone so the audience could hear her when Ellen asked who she was closer to. After getting her voicemail, Ellen got a call back. Jen resisted but settled on letting Ellen have this one since they've known each other for "30 years," she said. Looking triumphant, Ellen announced: "We've cleared this up once and for all!"
Sophie Turner reveals she and Joe Jonas briefly split before their wedding
Turns out Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas almost backed out of their wedding. In a new interview with the Sunday Times of London, the "Game of Thrones" star reveals the two split briefly a day before they got married in Las Vegas. "It was the worst day of our lives," she said (via Page Six). "For a second we both had cold feet, then 24 hours later we were both, like, 'Never mind.'" Part of Sophie's change of heart might have come from the fact Joe, as she put it to the Times, "saved her life" during a "phase of being very mentally unwell." "He was, like, 'I can't be with you until you love yourself, I can't see you love me more than you love yourself.' That was something, him doing that," she said. As she recently told Dr. Phil while discussing her battle with depression: "I love myself now or more than I used to …"
Oprah Winfrey urges Colorado College grads to 'transform the world' by 'touching lives'
]The Colorado College class of 2019 got its first big, post-school life lesson courtesy of Oprah Winfrey over the weekend. People reports the 65-year-old media mogul — who just a few days prior, stopped by Newark, N.J.'s West Side High School to inform the student body she was giving the school half a million dollars — told Colorado College graduates to remember it is possible to change the world. "I'm here to tell you that you actually do get to transform the world every day by your actions. Small steps lead to big accomplishments," she said, according to People. "The most important thing is how you're touching other people's lives. … The truth is, you cannot fix everything," she acknowledged. "But what you can do, here and now, is make a decision, because life is about decisions. And the decision is that you will use your life in service; you will be in service to life. You will speak up. You will show up. You will stand up. You will sit in. You will volunteer. You will vote. You will shout out. You will help. You will lend a hand. You will offer your talent and your kindness however you can," she continued, "and you will radically transform whatever moment you're in — which leads to bigger moments." In closing, she said, "You have no idea what your legacy will be."
Jack Perry hasn't seen his dad's most famous show, '90210'
Luke Perry's son Jack Perry was still a baby at the height of his dad's long stint on "Beverly Hills 90210." And as Jack, now 21, told Us Weekly at the American Icon Awards over the weekend, he's still not convinced he's ready to get into the original version, let alone the reboot. "I haven't really seen the old one, so I don't know. I might have to binge on that first," Jack admitted. "I've seen it, like, once or twice when I was home sick from school, but I don't know. I thought it was kind of cheesy." He added that he has seen "a bit of" his late father's performance on his newer series, "Riverdale." "It's interesting to see him up there because that's not the guy that I know. It's a character," Jack said. "I'll probably go back and catch up on all that now. Yeah, there's obviously a lot of footage and whatnot and whether it really seems like him or not, to me, it's something he did and he was very proud of. So it'll be nice to go back and look and see all that." After Luke's death on March 4 at just 52, Jack honored him on social media by writing: "He was a lot of things to a lot of people. To me, he was always Dad. He loved supported me in everything, and inspired me to be the best that I could possibly be. I've learned so much from you, and my heart is broken thinking about everything you won't be here for. I'll miss you every day that I walk this earth. I'll do whatever I can to carry on your legacy and make you proud. I love you Dad." Luke's death has been attributed to a major stroke.
Lindsay Lohan's rep slams Paris Hilton over diss
For those of you who just can't shake the need for early aughts gossip, a rep for Lindsay Lohan has responded to Paris Hilton's nasty LiLo diss on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" last week. Paris was asked to say something nice about Lindsay but she only managed, "She's… beyond … lame … [and] …embarrassing." She later said she'd spoken to her mother about the comment and regretted it. But Lindsay's rep was not thrilled. "Obviously, Paris needs to feel relevant and is desperate for attention," she told Us Weekly, taking a a dig of her own. As Page Six reminds us, Paris and Lindsay were frenemies dating back to the early 2000s.
Sarah Jessica Parker launches website to save NYC libraries from severe budget cuts
Sarah Jessica Parker is going head to head with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on his plan to cut $11 million from coffers that support the Big Apple's library system. According to Page Six, the "Sex and the City" alum has launched a website encouraging her fellow New Yorkers to post online "sticky notes" letting the mayor know what makes their library branch so "essential." "As Carrie Bradshaw might, I couldn't help but wonder: Can New York City survive without strong public libraries?" SJP wrote in an email promoting the site. "Could, I as a New Yorker accept cuts to our wonderful, important, necessary, and beloved libraries? I'm sorry. I can't." Referring to her own branch, she continued: "It is not only a regular neighborhood stop for books, programs, and more, it is a cornerstone, a beacon, and one of the most beloved buildings in our community. I don't know what we'd do without it." The email seemed to be working within a few days. As of Sunday, May 19, hundreds of notes had been posted with messages like, "Libraries are the soul of our city!" and "Libraries connect me to a world where anything is possible." The proposed cuts come as the library system is requesting are expected to slash classes and librarian availability as well as increase the "$35 million in additional funding … to cope with rising costs, expanding and new branches to meet that growing needs of New Yorkers," according to a publicist for the libraries.
Honey Boo Boo, 13, is no longer living with her mother after drug arrest
In the wake of "Mama June" and her boyfriend, Geno Doak's drug arrests this past spring, June's daugther, Alana, the star of the "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" reality show that made the family famous, is no longer living with her mom. Insiders close to the family tell TMZ that 13-year-old Alana is now living with her older sister, Pumpkin, 19, while helping to care for Pumpkin's 1-year-old daughter. Family sources tell the website June's daughters are avoiding the "drama" June's been involved with lately, which, in addition to the crack cocaine arrest, involves her dismissal of a judge's order to stay away from Geno. Instead, June is reportedly living with him and spending lots of time at the local casino.