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    If you're a Black Keys fan eagerly awaiting the band's next album, a lover of soulful blues rock or simply looking for the perfect album to cruise along the beach to with the windows down, meet The Arcs.


    The new band, comprised of Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss and Nick Movshon, and featuring Kenny Vaughan and the female singers of Mariachi Flor De Toloache, dropped their debut album, "Yours, Dreamily," last week. A dreamy gift of garage blues wrapped in fuzzy, soulful guitar, the album is a refreshing shift from Auerbach that you'll want to keep on repeat all weekend long.


    The Arcs released their first video for "Put a Flower In Your Pocket" last month, and now, The Huffington Post is exclusively premiering the band's new video for their first single, "Outta My Mind." The video features a heavy dose of the psychedelia with trippy visuals flourishing the band's on-screen performance. Auerbach also showcases a funky guitar riff in between cuts to viral videos about a Chinatown brawl and the Meek Mill-Drake Twitter beef.




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    We don't spend all of our time wondering what type of stars Blue Ivy and North West will grow up to be -- just a good chunk of it. Both girls have famous, skilled parents, extreme baby fame, and the odds, just like, ever in their favor. 


    So we were very grateful this week when Beyoncé hinted at a potential future music career for her own tot with some adorable photos of Blue Ivy joining her onstage during what appears to be a rehearsal. Blue Ivy holds a mic (sing it!!!!) and walks around with a cool bouncy ball.


    A dream come true.




     Another one of our dreams come true. 




    We dreamed this, too. 




    Current predictions are that Blue Ivy will dominate the music industry while North West takes on the fashion world, and that we will continue to find our fascination with celebrity babies slightly alarming.


    They're so cute, though!


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    Soap operas are known for their over-the-top storylines and melodramatic dialogue, but back in Lisa Rinna's days as a soap star, it wasn't the wild plot that took an emotional toll on the actress. 


    Beginning in 1992, Rinna spent several years (on and off) playing Billie Reed on "Days of Our Lives," a character who battled cocaine addiction, endured being on trial for her father's murder, was involved in a complicated love triangle with someone originally believed to be dead and even survived being shot. It was Rinna's first major television role, and, as she tells "Oprah: Where Are They Now -- Extra," it was truly a trial by fire.


    "Soap work is really fast and furious," Rinna says. "You [filmed] one show a day, back in the day. Now they do numerous bits of shows per day."


    Filming an entire episode in one day was a process that required a lot from the actors, and not everyone could handle it.


    "When I started, you'd have 20 to 40 pages of dialogue to memorize every single day," Rinna says. "You had to learn so fast. It was sink or swim… [It's] some of the hardest work you'll ever have to do."


    The pressure was so great, in fact, that Rinna often broke down when she came home after an intense day of filming.


    "I would come home and I would get in the bathtub and I would cry. I would have a really good cry," she admits. "It was all-consuming."


    Though difficult to go through at the time, Rinna now looks back on her soap opera days as the training ground that honed her skill and gave her a strong foundation for the rest of her career.


    "It prepared me for anything else," she says. "I really am grateful for that."


    "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" returns with new episodes on Saturday, Sept. 19, at 10 p.m. ET. Upcoming guests include Candace Cameron, Danny Pintauro, Tracey Gold, Chaz Bono, Holly Madison, MacKenzie Phillips, Chaz Ebert and more.


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    After sharing an adorable throwback photo of himself hanging out with a dog last week, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson one-upped himself by actually saving a pup's life. 


    The wrestler-turned-actor just adopted two French bulldog puppies -- Hobbs and Brutus -- and as soon as he brought them home, he had to rescue one. The Rock shared a photo of the aftermath on Instagram along with a play-by-play caption of how it all went down.



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    "Bring them home and immediately take them outside so they can start learning how to 'handle their business and potty like big boys.' I set them both down and they both take off in a full sprint and fall right into the deep end of our pool," he wrote, adding, "Hobbs immediately starts doggy paddling while Brutus (like a brick) sink heads first to the bottom of the pool." 


    Naturally, the "Fast & Furious" star sprinted after the pups and dove into the pool to save little Brutus from drowning. Once he was out of the water, Brutus was a little shaken up, but otherwise totally fine. 


    "He was a little delirious.. took a moment, threw up all the water he swallowed and looked up at me as if to say, 'Thank God you didn't have to give me mouth to mouth!' and then ran off to play with his brother," Johnson wrote. 


    Looks like Brutus and Hobbs are in great hands. 


     


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    Harry Styles: musician, hair icon, and now, resident grammar-corrector.


    At a One Direction concert last week, the singer spotted a fan's poster in the audience that read: "Hi Harry! Your so nice." Styles called the fan onto the stage to both sign the poster and change the "your" to the grammatically correct "you're." 




    Maybe he was a copy editor in another life? 





    The sign-holder thanked Styles on Twitter, and the world thanked the sign-holder for making a One Direction concert go viral for something besides an unfortunate fall.


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    Kylie Jenner -- recent high school graduate, home owner, Snapchat queen, and now one of the thousands of young women in Hollywood who has posed in revealing clothing against a white backdrop for photographer Terry Richardson. 


    The 18-year-old reality star is Galore's cover girl for its Bombshell Generation issue, and while the cover line claims "The only thing that is predicable about her is she is completely unpredictable," the photo shoot is everything we've come to expect from Jenner (and from Richardson's photographs). Perhaps we're reading into things too much, but in one photo Jenner is holding a stuffed tiger, leading us to believe it's commentary on her relationship with her boyfriend, Tyga.





    And while most people think Jenner has been in quite the hurry to grow up -- with her own sister Khloe Kardashian claiming she's not a "normal" 17-year-old in an interview with Complex in July -- Jenner disagrees. 


    “The reality is that I don’t even want to be 18. I wish I could be 17 for the rest of my life. I don’t want to get any older. I just want to be young and enjoy it, but this lifestyle absolutely made me grow up faster,” she told the magazine. “For me, age is just a number."


    For more with Kylie Jenner, head over to Galore


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    It may be hard to keep up with their busy lives, but Kendall and Caitlyn Jenner will always find time for each other. 


    Caitlyn shared a cute snap of herself and her daughter Kendall on Twitter Tuesday, proving that their bond is stronger than ever. The 19-year-old model is seen with a big smile on her face as she hugs Caitlyn, who's literally glowing. (Seriously, she looks amazing!)


    The 65-year-old "I Am Cait" star captioned the pic, "So great spending time with @KendallJenner! Love my little girl." 


    So adorable.





     


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    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jean Darling, an actress who appeared in the silent-film series "Our Gang" and the original Broadway production of "Carousel," has died at age 93.


    Darling's son Roy Hamilton-Bowen said Tuesday that his mother died Friday in Rodermark, Germany, after a sudden illness.


    Darling appeared in the "Our Gang" series between 1927 and 1929, when the short films began incorporating sound into the productions. Some of the films were later repackaged as "The Little Rascals."


    In 1945, she starred as Carrie Pipperidge in the original Broadway run of "Carousel" and later appeared as Aunt Poppy in children's programming on Ireland's RTE radio and television broadcasts.


    Hamilton-Bowen says his mother remained active up until her death and recently had finished writing a crime novel.


    Darling was born Dorothy Jean LeVake in Santa Monica, California, in August 1922. Her son said the precise date is unknown because a fire destroyed her birth records.


    She moved to Dublin in 1974 and moved to Germany two years ago, Hamilton-Bowen said. 


     


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    We're getting hot just looking at her. 


    New York City saw record-breaking heat Tuesday with temperatures in the 90s, but the weather was seemingly no factor for Kim Kardashian's wardrobe choices. On Tuesday, Kardashian opted for a velvet jacket, black pencil skirt and knee-high leather boots for an afternoon out in Soho. 


    At least the sheer top let some air in. 





     


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    When you watch a reality dating show purportedly about finding "true love," you learn to take every relationship formed with a giant grain of salt (or an entire salt shaker of giant grains of salt). But once in awhile, you see a pair whose love is so convincing that you buy into it completely.


    On this season of "Bachelor In Paradise," that couple was Carly Waddell and Jade Roper. (Sorry Tanner, you and Jade are pretty adorable too, but we need to talk about this BFF-ship.)



    Carly and Jade first became friends during Chris Soules' season of "The Bachelor." They didn't find love with America's most boring farmer, but they did find love and affection with each other. And on "Bachelor In Paradise," their relationship got a chance to shine. 


    We saw them supporting each other's romantic decisions, giggling about being "horny" for the dudes they were dating (holler! ladies have sex drives, too!), and coming through for each other when things got tough. Everything about Kirk and Carly's 11th-hour breakup gave me uncomfortable flashbacks to terrible breakups in my past, but the one silver lining was seeing just how deeply Jade felt for Carly -- and how quickly she lent her emotional support in a heartbreaking moment.


    When Carly leaves Kirk after their initial breakup talk, she runs across the beach with tears streaming down her face calling Jade's name. Off-camera, viewers can hear Jade's voice: "I'm here. I'm here. I'm here," she says over and over again. Later on, Jade steps in when Kirk is trying to speak to Carly after she's repeatedly told him she doesn't want to have a conversation. "I feel like you should respect her," says Jade. Sometimes a woman needs a best friend to say what she can't.




    Since filming "Bachelor In Paradise," Carly and Jade have been palling around Nashville, singing Taylor Swift songs and making adorable #friendshipgoals t-shirts. These could just be social media moments curated by two reality TV stars, but it feels like much more than that. What could be more realistic than two women forming a lasting bond while trapped at a Mexican resort/adult summer camp for a month with nothing to do but chill? It's far easier to picture finding a best friend in Paradise than a long-term boyfriend.


    "The Bachelor" franchise is built around the idea that every person's biggest goal in life should be -- and is -- to find everlasting heterosexual romantic love, hopefully marked by a giant Neil Lane diamond. But more often than not, the relationships that really outlast the media frenzy are the platonic ones. (See: Andi Dorfman, Sharleen Joynt and Kelly Travis, William Holman and Kirk DeWindt, Lesley Murphy and Catherine Lowe, JJ Lane and Clint ArlisJaclyn Swartz and Rachel Truehart... the list goes on.)


    Jade and Carly may just be the latest besties to steal the hearts of "Bachelor" viewers, but there's something deeply heartening about seeing women lust after a loving, supportive lady friendship rather than a lackluster "real man." 


    #RelationshipGoals, indeed. 














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    Selena Gomez's new album "Revival" drops Oct. 9, and to promote it, she's posing nude.


    This sultry snap is a pretty good way to catch some attention, even though it has nothing to do with the music. 





    The 23-year-old teased the sexy black and white photo, earlier on Tuesday, cryptically posting "THIS IS MY..." on Instagram and Twitter. 



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    Former MTV "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham managed to land a gig on yet another reality show -- this time across the pond. The 24-year-old erotic novelist, who has her own sex toy line, is currently a houseguest on "Celebrity Big Brother U.K.," and lets just say it's not going very well because she threatened to "kill" everyone on Monday night's episode.


    While it makes for great TV, Abraham's profanity-laced rant during a confessional probably isn't going to help her win. In a room separate from other contestants, she told the camera:


    "Oh, because I was going to f**king obliterate the f**king scum that you have in this f**king house. Yeah, and I’m just going to say this; if my f**king flip-flops are not f**king fixed because of your goddamn mouth over the f**king intercom, I am going to straight up f**king kill this whole f**king house!"


    The reason for the rant? It doesn't really matter, but if you must know, Abraham blew up after getting into a huge fight with Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton over rationing food.


    If you haven't been watching the show, it's good to know that this season pits "celebrities" from the U.K. against "celebrities" from the U.S., with Jenna Jameson, Janice Dickinson and Daniel Baldwin included among Abraham's teammates. 


     


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    Stephen Colbert told us he'd have George Clooney as his first guest for the debut of "Late Show," but he forgot to mention a few other things -- mainly, that the old Colbert is back.


    Everyone was worried about how Colbert would be on "The Late Show" since he was supposedly dropping his "Colbert Report" character, but rest easy, Nation. If the premiere was any indication, that's not totally the case. 


    To open the show, Colbert brought out his old Comedy Central colleague Jon Stewart for an ultra-patriotic rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner."




     


    He then showed off his new studio, which was like the "Colbert Report" studio on steroids, complete with a Captain America shield and a chapel-style ceiling dedicated to Colbert.




     


    And, as always, he wasn't afraid to call out his guests.




    (That's what you get for being chill and coming on the show, George! That's what you get!)


    The new "Late Show" host went on to fit in hilarious product placements and trash Donald Trump, as the crowd occasionally interrupted with chants of "Stephen! Stephen! Stephen!" As Colbert told Jeb Bush during the show, he may not be necessarily playing a "narcissist conservative pundit" anymore, but he's still got the "narcissist" part down.


    It's not technically "The Colbert Report," but c'mon, Stephen ... yeah it is. 




     


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    How else would you expect to kick off a show of the most American American who ever America'd?


    Stephen Colbert's opening on Tuesday night consisted of the man of the hour singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" with real Americans. As they finished the song on a humble baseball diamond, an umpire stepped forward and removed his mask.





    "PLAY BALL!" yelled a well-rested Jon Stewart.


    And with that, "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" was underway.


     


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    Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, America's sweetheart, graces the cover of the October issue of Shape magazine. 


    Clad in all white, the "Big Bang" star poses braless and stares off the page and right into our souls.  



    In her cover story, Cuoco-Sweeting advocates a "do you" philosophy in terms of feeling good.


    “It took years for me to figure out what my body needs and that what works for my friends doesn’t necessarily work for me," she said. 


    For more, head over to Shape, and pick up a copy of the October issue, on newsstands Sept. 15.


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    On Sept. 7, the popular reality series "Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood" introduced its first gay couple. In a "shocking" reveal, model and producer Milan Christopher and rapper Miles Brock entered the series as music collaborators who also happen to be madly-in-love. There was only one hitch: Brock's unwillingness to be fully "out" with Christopher, fearing repercussions from his family, the hip-hop industry, and his longtime girlfriend Amber. 


    The couple's rocky, complicated relationship is, in many ways, like any other in the franchise, which follows hip-hop artists and hangers-on in cities including Atlanta and New York. Produced by rap entrepreneur Mona Scott Young for VH1, the franchise has set record-making ratings for the network with its stories of love and betrayal -- usually accented with lots of shouting matches, fights, and drink throwing. It's also been criticized for being too "ratchet" and perpetuating negative representations of black relationships that focus on dysfunction. 


    And yet, when the inclusion of Christopher and Brock was announced last month, it seemed like it could mark an exciting turning point for the franchise, and for black reality television at large. Could the inclusion of these new cast members mean a chance at redefining depictions of black love on screen? Could reality television, particularly shows that focus on black people, finally be ready to embrace the LGBT community? 


    Yes. But also, no. 




     Miles and Milan's first scene as a couple on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood 


    During the episode, viewers expressed reactions to the Milan/Miles storyline on social media that varied from confusion, to disgust, to pride. Many were shocked at the reveal that the two men were a couple (earlier in the episode Milan only refers to his secret lover as "bae"), others uncomfortable with watching two men kiss eachother on screen. 


    The reactions, in a way, echo the feelings of the straight male cast members on the show -- artists like Ray J, Omarion, Fizz, and Rich Dollaz, have allegedly refused to film "scenes" with the couple or even be spotted at the same events with them. When asked about the addition of Miles and Milan back in August, singer Omarion told TMZ: "Nah, hell nah, all that shit ain't in my storyline. Keep that shit out my motherf***king storyline. Don't bring that shit nowhere near me."


    At the other end of the spectrum, some tweeters have recognized that the couple reflects the reality of a changing, more accepting cultural landscape. 









    There have been same-sex romances on the franchise before -- but only between women. Last year, on "Love & Hip-Hop: New York," model and singer Erica Mena had a torrid love affair with fellow model Cyn Santana. (Several scenes of the femme couple were clearly presented to titillate, featuring them naked in a bubble bath or rolling around in sexy lingerie.) In smaller storylines, cast members like Ariane Davis, Margeaux Simms, and Joseline Hernandez on "Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta" have revealed that they are either lesbian or bisexual. These revelations haven't been met with nearly as much vitriol as the new season's "It" couple.


    The disparity in how these relationships are received by viewers and cast mates alike highlights how much there is to unpack in the kinds of black men viewers are comfortable seeing. When the Oxygen network premiered its show "The Prancing Elites" earlier this year, it was an example of reality television taking a step to better represent members of the black LGBT community. The show follows a dance troupe with gay and gender-nonconforming dancers who defiantly perform in femme dance attire. While the show itself was met with positive reviews, it was also hit with a petition from viewers who claimed it was degrading to black men. 


     




     Miss Lawrence, relegated to the Gay BFF role during the first few seasons of "Real Housewives Atlanta" 


    Historically, black gay men on reality shows like "Love & Hip-Hop" and "Real Housewives" have been relegated to B or C casts -- they come in to make sassy jokes and play the best friend, but rarely are they ever given their own storylines that don't revolve around the straight main cast members. 


    In the case of Milan and Miles, it seems that the storyline that they get may simply be perpetuating more stereotypes.  A super trailer for this season of "Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood" hints at Miles Brock's girlfriend angrily learning that her boyfriend is "on the DL." Obviously, the ultimate goal of this storyline is juicy drama. But the drama takes away from celebrating Miles and Milan's relationship by reinforcing the myth of the so-called  illicit "down low" lifestyle (and the false narrative that black people are inherently more homophobic than other races).



    Last month it was announced that the upcoming eighth season of Bravo's wildly popular "Real Housewives of Atlanta" will introduce its first transgender housewife, model Amiyah Scott. The fact that people like Milan Christopher and Amiyah Scott are being integrated into these popular reality shows is a sign of progress. On his Instagram page, Christopher has proudly shared articles written about the history-making nature of his arrival on "Love & Hip-Hop." In spite of whatever negative comments he's been recieved, he clearly views his precense on the show as proof that #LoveWins.


    Yes, reality television, as a genre, is known for being "trashy." In many ways, it's the antithesis of reality, so who cares how the black LGBT community is portrayed, right? Wrong. Shows like "Love & Hip-Hop" are all about heightened emotions and crazy drama, which is fine. But if networks don't make an effort to educate rather than sensationalize what it means to be black and gay, these storylines could possibly do more harm than good. 


    What's made the reality television genre so enduring and entertaining for so long is that, at its core, it lays bare the most basic and visceral elements of human interaction. It's lowbrow, but its potential to educate and change the way people think about and see the world can't be underestimated. For now, the presence of these cast members is a shift in the right direction. One can only hope that in the midst of all the drama, the reality that LGBT people in the black community exist and love just like anybody else doesn't get overshadowed. 


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    Bella Hadid and The Weeknd made it pretty clear they're a couple in New York City Tuesday night. 


    The model and singer, real name Abel Tesfaye, were photographed holding hands as they headed into Up & Down in Manhattan's West Village after dinner together. The two began dating four months ago, according to TMZ. 



    The Weeknd, 25, didn't say much about his relationship when speaking with the New York Times Magazine earlier this year. 


    ‘‘Probably my and my manager’s biggest fear is if this kid falls in love, we’re done, we’re finished," he said. When asked about whether he's in love with 18-year-old Hadid, he replied: ‘‘I don’t know, to be honest with you. I don’t think so. Maybe. It’s no, it’s yes, it’s maybe." 





     


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    Back in June, Kylie Jenner confessed to getting lip injections after months of denying that she turned to medical professionals to plump her pout. 


    Now that the truth has set her free (and she's finally 18), she's all too happy to talk about the cosmetic procedure that arguably raised her profile from the Kardashians' kid sister to a social media powerhouse in her own right. 



    There are are no secrets anymore when it comes to the reality star's lips -- not even what or who is plumping them. 


    "I still do Juvéderm for my lips. I go to Dr. Ourian in Beverly Hills. He’s the best, and he’s super natural about it," she told the New York Times. "I was going to somebody before, and it was just looking crazy. I would recommend that anyone who gets it done go for a filler that lasts only two to four months. It’s annoying to keep going back, but you have the option of stopping it."


    If her doctor's name sounds familiar, it's because he's the Kardashian family's go-to man, whenever they need a -- well, for whatever they need. Ourian has appeared on  "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" several times, including when Kim underwent laser treatment on her breasts to remove stretch marks, and recently made a cameo in Khloe's Instagram video while she was getting a tattoo removed


     


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    It's been a hell of a year for Dustin Lynch. 


    The "Cowboys and Angels" singer catapulted onto the country music scene following the release of his album, "Where It's At," last September. The title track off the record is Platinum-certified and the second single, "Hell of a Night," just hit No. 1 on both the Mediabase and Billboard Country Radio Airplay charts, finding a solid place on Billboard's Hot 100, as well. 


    "What I’ve learned over the last couple of years is to be present," Lynch told The Huffington Post in an interview ahead of his "Today" show debut last week. "You’re only going to get so many No. 1 songs, so you got to soak it all in. This is a huge win for not only me and my team, but my record label and this whole village of people that spend time away from their families on the road allowing my dreams to come true. I still crank the song up; try to blow the speakers with it."




    The 30-year-old got his start alongside some other country up-and-comers, including Kip Moore, Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line, as he beat around the Nashville music scene. "It’s kind of weird, you have a class of people that rise at the same time in Nashville. We all played the club thing, we all got publishing deals, then this guy got a record deal, I got a record deal, and we all got songs on the radio together. It’s been neat growing together, and hopefully we’ll continue to grow together and keep on living the dream."


    And living the dream he is. After opening up for acts like Keith Urban, and most recently Luke Bryan, Lynch is set to headline his own tour -- kicking off this November in Richmond, Virginia. 


    "It’s exciting, but a little nerve-wracking, too. There’s a lot more to do than when you’re a support act on another tour," he told HuffPost. "I’m nervous because I want my fans to leave and go, ‘Wow. That was worth the money and worth our time, let’s go do it again.' So whatever it takes to create that experience is what we’re going to do. If anyone has ever been to our show, it’s high-octane, high-energy -- we’re there to party," he continued. "We might give you a breather to go take a bathroom break once, but that’s about it!"



    Lynch is not taking any of his success for granted and plans to hit the road for another 300-plus days this upcoming year. 


    "It's mind-blowing to me because I didn’t assume that people would buy my album or song, learn the words, spend money to come to a show and then sing it with me. It’s a crazy, crazy thing to think that this is real life right now," he said. 


    His biggest goal, though? 


    "I want to get home to my family on Christmas. Sounds like a movie, right?" 


     


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    Confused by the constant divorce rumors surrounding Ellen DeGeneres' marriage? So is Ellen. 


    While sitting down for Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show on Tuesday, DeGeneres admitted she's usually the last to know when gossip sites claim her 7-year marriage to Portia de Rossi is on the rocks. 


    "We don't know anything about it until somebody tells us," the 57-year-old told Stern. "I don't read the tabloids, and I don't have a publicist." 


    She added: "I don't understand why they do this. We're kind of flattered because for a while no one cared about us and we thought 'Oh, lesbians aren't worthy of tabloid stories' so now we're kind of flattered that they care about us."  




    DeGeneres then set the record straight: she and de Rossi are not living separate lives or headed for a messy, drawn-out $220 million divorce battle. Seven years into their marriage, they're pretty much just another boring married couple. 


    "We really don't almost break up, we don't fight, we're madly in love, and I guess it's boring," she said. 


    This isn't the first time the daytime talk show host has spoken out against split rumors. Late last year, DeGeneres devoted a monologue on her talk show to dispelling the reports.


    “It’s so ridiculous to me," she said. "There’s not one ounce of truth to any of it. I’m very happily married. In fact, the only thing we ever argue about is who loves who more. That is all. It really is true."


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