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    An important rule for all Hollywood couples is to make normals jealous of their love. 


    Olivia Wilde stuck to the straight and narrow on Friday, when she shared a romantic Instagram for her husband Jason Sudeikis' 40th birthday. 


     






    How were your Tinder matches today? 


    Earlier this week, Wilde obeyed the celebrity rule to make normals jealous of their famous-only friend cliques with this picture of her and Naomi Watts. 


     



    We may look polite but we are both trained assassins. @michaelkors @naomiwatts

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     Basically a brown-noser at this point.


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    Just call him Rock-y Rozay! Rapper Rick Ross is engaged to marry his girlfriend, Lira Galore, she revealed on Thursday, Sept. 17.

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    From Drake-Meek to Minaj-Swift to Carney-White, beefs dominated summer 2015. And earlier this week, when Justin Bieber said on New York’s 95.5 PLJ that he doesn’t know who 17-year-old pop star—and fellow Canadian—Shawn Mendes is, the Internet seemed ready for another feud in the music industry.


     

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    This post originally appeared on Bustle.

    By Melissah Yang

    In a wrenching one-hour special, more than a dozen women sat down with A&E and recounted the allegations we've all become too familiar with: an offer of career advice, a drugged drink, and foggy memories of a sexual assault that, at times, felt unreal. As of August, more than 50 women have stepped forward and levied allegations of sexual assault and rape against longtime family TV superstar Bill Cosby. You saw New York Magazine's stunning Cosby story, which collected 35 of the alleged victims' accounts, but putting voices and faces to these claims, one right after the other, was an entirely different experience. While the A&E's special provided a platform for these accusers, one big takeaway is how much weight the men in Cosby: The Women Speak still had on the sexual assault narrative.

    Yes, the women spoke. Supermodel Beverly Johnson claims instantly knowing she was drugged after taking a sip of a cappuccino at Cosby's insistence. Former Playboy playmate Victoria Valentino said she felt humiliated after her alleged assault, a graphic account that claims she was forced into performing oral sex and was raped "doggy style."

    Other than archived footage of the comedian, who did not provide an interview to A&E, there were just two instances when a male voice entered the storyline, but both times they served as tools to legitimize the women's claims, as if to say, "If you don't believe them, there's this guy who will back them up."

    In July, Cosby Show co-star Joseph Phillips penned a personal blog post titled "Of Course Bill Cosby Is Guilty!" in which said he believed the allegations after a close friend, who has not come forward publicly, confided in him that she had the same experience with the comedian as the other women. In the post, Phillips asked Cosby to recuse himself from the public spotlight to "preserve just a bit of our enchantment" of his legacy. In his A&E sit-down, Phillips remembered his friend asked him a question, the same four-word question facing all of Cosby's accusers.

    "Two hours later, I've listened to the whole story, and she says, 'Do you believe me?' I say, 'Yes, I believe you.'"

    That simple question is so poignant because it forces you to ask yourself, "What would it take for you to believe these women's accusations?" Usually it's tangible evidence like DNA or video footage. Other times, like with Phillips, it's your history with somebody that convinces you of the truth. In many cases, a person with no dog in the fight will be the unbiased witness that provides authority. But with the controversy surrounding Cosby, it seems as if that voice needs to be male. If Phillips was a female co-star speaking up, I have a feeling she would have been lumped in with the rest of Cosby's alleged victims. In this case, one woman's claims, let alone 50, are clearly not enough.




    The second man heard in the documentary comes from a recorded comedy set by comedian Hannibal Burress. It was Burress' joke that flat out referred to Cosby as a "rapist" that initiated the wave of recent accusations, starting with Barbara Bowman's Washington Post story "Bill Cosby Raped Me. Why Did It Take 30 Years For People To Believe Me?" The subheading for that article, by the way, was "only when a male comedian called Cosby a rapist did the accusation take hold."

    And that's exactly what happened. "This guy is a man," Valentino says in the documentary. "A man is making a joke about it in his stand-up routine? And suddenly everybody believes him." Actress Eden Tirl adds, "There were many, many women who had come forward about it before this stand-up routine, so I think that's bullshit."

    With allegations going back as far as the 1970s, why are people believing them now? And why are others still not? A quick look at the tweets trending under the show's hashtag #CosbyWomenSpeak shows opinions on the comedian are heavily divided, and sometimes at a gross magnitude.




    As much as the documentary was about the women, the hour was still very much Cosby. A timeline of the comedian's lucrative career begot each harrowing accusation of sexual assault. You never did quite forget that in the center of all the controversy is still Cosby the family man. Even now, with Cosby set to be deposed in California on Oct. 9 in a civil suit, the focus is on what he will say and how that will transform his legacy.

    Regardless of whether the allegations are true, everyone deserves the courtesy of having their voice valued, and these women shouldn't need a man's presence to make their stories worth listening to. Even if these women hadn't publicly identified Cosby, they still should have been heard. So, were you listening? And when the time comes for you to speak up and share your thoughts, what will you say?





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    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Lil B and comedian Will Ferrell are all feeling the bern.


    All three were included on a list of 128 celebrities that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) announced had endorsed him on Friday. The list also included screenwriter Adam McKay, Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and actor Jeremy Piven.


    "As artists and citizens we believe it is time for government to once again represent the people and not just big money," McKay said in a statement sent by Sanders campaign. "Bernie Sanders is the only candidate speaking against the wide spread legalized corruption that has handed our government to billionaires, large corporations and banks.”


    Sanders has surged ahead of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire poll averages by more than 10 percentage points, according to HuffPost Pollster. Several Iowa polls have put Sanders ahead of Clinton. Polls this early in a presidential contest are not always indicators of the final outcome.


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    Gordon Ramsay -- yes, that Gordon Ramsay -- actually did something pretty darn heartwarming for a fellow chef. 


    Twitter user Aaron Merry, who uses the handle @Ejyptcentral, tweeted at the celebrity chef earlier this week, asking for some advice. Merry said that he has epilepsy, and after mentioning his disorder at work, he was fired from his chef job later that day.





    Ramsay's response to Merry was pretty much perfect.





    Turns out the celebrity chef wasn't kidding around, either. According to BuzzFeed News, Merry's father, Steve, said the HR director of The Ramsay Group later reached out to ask his son to have a meeting in London. 


    “It’s very easy to say things on Twitter and not back it up," Steve told the outlet. "We’re just incredibly appreciative of Gordon sticking to his word."


    Steve also said that the gesture proves that Ramsay's not such a big meanie after all. 


    "It just shows the kind of guy Gordon is and all that he is about. He didn’t have to do this but it shows he’s actually in touch with Joe Public," Steve told Metro.


    However the situation pans out, Steve said he and his son are grateful for Ramsay's offer. 


     


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    As an actress, Debi Mazar is well known for playing tough, street-smart, fast-talking characters like a no-nonsense publicist in "Entourage" and an outspoken mistress in "Goodfellas." The Queens native has had a lot of success with this niche, but becoming a Hollywood actress wasn't always the career move she envisioned when she first started working.


    As Mazar tells "Oprah: Where Are They Now?", she began working at a young age as a makeup artist and, despite her youth, ended up generating quite the roster of big-name clients.


    "When I was young, I'd say 16, I had a very lucrative, believe it or not, makeup career," Mazar says. "I was doing really cool people... Miss [Diana] Ross, Raquel Welch, Run DMC. I had met my friend Madonna in a club; I did her makeup when she was first starting."


    This friendship with Madonna is what helped Mazar find her calling in front of the camera.


    "I would do her makeup and she was like, 'Debi, want to be in the video?'" Mazar says. "I'd be like, 'Yeah, sure!'"


    Mazar ended up appearing in five of Madonna's music videos and soon realized how much she enjoyed performing.  "I had that performing bug, which I didn't even realize," she says. "But I looked good on camera [and] I was game for it."


    Her role in "Goodfellas" followed and the rest, as they say, is history. Today, Mazar can be seen on TVLand's "Younger" and also stars in the Cooking Channel's "Extra Virgin" alongside her husband, Italian musician and foodie Gabriele Corcos. She opens up about her marriage, parenting and past on Saturday's "Oprah: Where Are They Now?", airing at 10 p.m. ET on OWN.


    For more from "Oprah: Where Are They Now?", visit wherearetheynow.buzz.


    


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    Fatherhood is calling out to resident "Full House" hot uncle John Stamos.


    The star -- who fans loved and found very hot is his role as Uncle Jesse -- revealed as much while speaking to Us Weekly about his new show "Grandfathered." In the series, he plays a bachelor (also hot) who is shocked to suddenly discover he's a father and grandfather. 


    "My ovaries are rattling. Do men have ovaries?" Stamos, who has been hot throughout his career, told the magazine exclusively. "They're jingling. I can hear them jingling now." 


    Humans alive in the '90s probably remember what Stamos looks like in a parenting role (hot): 






    For more, head over to Us Weekly. 


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    Zoey Brooks was just a different kind of girl, and we wanted to see her world. But for 10 years we've been left in the dark. Until now.


    Ever since we learned Zoey (Jamie Lynn Spears) made a video that revealed her true feelings about Chase Matthews (Sean Flynnfor the PCA time capsule, fans thought we might finally get to see if Chase's feelings towards her were reciprocated. We came close: Chase got a hold of the video but stopped it before it got to the good part because he didn't feel right. 


    (What? C'mon, bro! Now's not the time to have a conscience!)



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    For a decade, fans have been waiting with bated breath to know what Zoey said about Chase in the PCA time capsule. 


    OK, maybe it wasn't bated breath. But, hey, it's not all our fault. A lot has been going on. Spears got pregnant, the show ended and some of the cast has even had legal issues, but none of that matters now. None of that matters because the creator of the show, Dan Schneider, is the man.


    "I never break a promise! I love you guys. I love 'Zoey 101.' This is for THE FANS," said Schneider as he posted a video showing "Zoey 101" cast members Flynn and Christopher Massey reprising their roles and reuniting to reveal what Zoey actually said. And good news, PCA! She liked him, too! 


    Whaaaaaaatttttt? Our teenage selves are having a meltdown right now. And our mid-20s selves are, too, because this is awesome and we're still not mature enough to handle it.


    Plus, the video ends with a "to be continued," so there could be more "Zoey 101" on the way.


    Current level of chill: None.




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    Some people are good at cooking. Others may be athletic. But Emma Roberts has a talent that actually matters: making the perfect bitch face


    And now she's revealing her secrets to the world.


    While hanging out with Jimmy Fallon on Friday's "Tonight Show," Roberts talked about how her "Scream Queens" character is going to be giving a lot of bitch face. And here are her steps so you can do it, too:


    Step 1: Narrow your eyes.




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    Step 2: Purse your lips.




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    Step 3: Twitch your mouth.




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    Step 4: And finally, flip your hair and GET OUT OF THERE!




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    There you have it! Follow these steps and you'll have perfect bitch face in no time!




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    What does this mean? Who cares?


    We don't really need an explanation for why Ariana Grande covered Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean?" at the Houston Toyota Center on Friday. We're just glad it happened.


    Grande has been making the media rounds recently promoting her new fragrance, announcing she has a new song coming out and even doing celebrity impressions on "The Tonight Show." 


    Did she do the cover just because she likes a viral mashup of her song "One Last Time" and Bieber's "What Do You Mean?" Perhaps. Or could all of this exciting stuff be in an effort to help move on from her donut-licking scandal earlier this year? Eh, maybe. But that range, tho!




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    Jessica Simpson stayed on brand as ever this week with a new extremely cute photo of her daughter, Maxwell, on Instagram. 


    According to the snap, her daughter continues to look like a classical painting of a child angel.



    Yes...Maxwell is perfection.

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    Previously on  Cute Children channel Simpson's Instagram, Maxwell and her brother, Ace, were a beach postcard and pool partiers.





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    The whole country freaked out this week after learning 14-year-old student Ahmed Mohamed was arrested because his homemade clock was suspected to be a bomb. There's plenty of reason to get upset (because it's totally ridiculous), but Bill Maher thinks people should take a look at the big picture.


    "Only 25 miles away, somebody did try to kill people," said Maher on Friday's "Real Time," bringing up an incident in Garland, Texas, earlier this year where an exhibit featuring caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad was fired upon. Maher admitted Ahmed deserved an apology -- because it was, in fact, just a clock -- but sympathized with those who err on the side of caution.


    "What if it had been a bomb?" he asked. "The lack of perspective on this is astounding."


    "Real Time with Bill Maher" airs Fridays at 10:00 p.m. ET on HBO.

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    When there's a "Ghostbusters" reboot, who you gonna call? This guy would be a good start.


    Ernie Hudson is joining the "Ghostbusters" new female-led rebootaccording to The Hollywood Reporter. Hudson had been critical of the reboot in the past, but he has changed his tune lately. (It's crazy how appearing in the movie can do that.)


    The three surviving original "Ghostbusters," Hudson, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, are now set to reunite in the film, which stars Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon. The fourth original member, Harold Ramis, died last year.


    There aren't many details on Hudson's role, or if he's reprising his old character Winston Zeddemore. We'll find out one way or another when the Paul Feig-directed movie hits theaters July 15, 2016. 




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    Naomi Watts was a vision as she walked the 2015 Emmys red carpet with Liev Schreiber on Sunday night. 


     The actress, who is out in support of Schreiber's nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for "Ray Donovan," looked amazing in a strapless dress.  Schreiber, who is also presenting during the award show, was dapper in a tuxedo. 






    Watts recently attended the Toronto Film Festival to promote her films "About Ray" and "Demolition." 


     


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    The temperature wasn't the only thing heating up the 2015 Emmy Awards. 


    Sofia Vergara and fiancé Joe Manganiello looked gorgeous arm-in-arm at the Emmys Sunday night at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Vergara glittered in a Saint John gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, and topped it off with her new perfume, Love, inspired by her upcoming November nuptials. 


    While the 43-year-old stopped to talk to Ryan Seacrest, Manganiello reportedly headed backstage for some food because he was hungry.  






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    Winter was far from everyone's minds at the 2015 Emmy Awards on Sunday night, including the cast of "Game of Thrones," who brought their A-game to the red carpet. 


    Lena Heady went for a stunning burgundy gown with a dangerously deep neckline, while Maisie Williams opted for a baby pink strapless number and furry shoes. Yes, it may have been sweltering hot, but the teen star rocked those furry sandals like only she could. 



    Carice van Houten kept the baby pink theme going with her own strapless frock, which she paired with a silver clutch. No furry shoes, though.



    Gwendoline Christie went for old Hollywood glamour and looked beautiful in a flowing, patterned gown, while Nikolaj Coster-Waldau looked dapper in a traditional tux. 




    Sophie Turner made sure to bring the drama in a strapless black and blue jumpsuit. 



    Then there was Alfie Allen, John Bradley and Conleth Hill, who showed up looking like the physical definition of #friendshipgoals.




    That is one seriously attractive cast. 


    "GoT" was nominated for a whopping 24 awards at this year's Emmys -- the most of any other show -- including Outstanding Drama Series. 


     


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    Everyone in TV may be at the Emmy awards, but the cast of "Orange Is the New Black" definitely had the most fun getting ready and walking the red carpet.


    On Sunday night, the ladies and gents of Litchfield showed us just how much they love going to the awards show together. (It's probably because Samira Wiley snuck some prison hooch on to the party bus.) Check out the photos and fun.



    #AAYYYYEEEEE!!!! #NetflixEmmysPartyBus #Emmys2015 #EmmysWeekend #AAAYYYYYEEEEEEEEE!!!!

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    Having fun on the #netflixemmyspartybus! With @scullymsc, @julie__lake, @emmacat

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    #OITNB #NetflixEmmysPartyBus #Emmys with @dianeguerrero_

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    Having fun on the #netflixemmyspartybus! With @scullymsc, @julie__lake, @emmacat

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    Twirl baby Twirl.

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    Keeping it classy!! Stair time photo shoot. #Emmys @mattmcgorry @yaelstone

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    Walking the red carpet! #Emmys #redcarpet #bestdramaseries #oitnb

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    True love. #oitnb #emmysweekend #emmys @lorrainetoussaint #TeamOrange

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    Andy Samberg used his opening monologue at Sunday's Emmys to pointedly -- and repeatedly -- remark on Hollywood's persistent sexism and racism.


    "The big story this year, of course, is diversity. This is the most diverse group of nominees in Emmy history, so congratulations Hollywood. You did it. Yeah, racism is over. Don't fact check that," the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star quipped. 


    “Of course, given our history being more diverse than ever isn’t always saying that much," he continued. "I mean, I bet on the day of Jackie Robinson’s first game the baseball commissioner was like, ‘This year’s Brooklyn Dodgers are more diverse than ever in history. You know? It’s good.’ It’s probably what he said.”


    “The wage gap between men and woman hired for major roles in Hollywood is still an issue," Samberg added. "Wait, I’m sorry I misread that. The age gap between men and woman hired for major roles in Hollywood is still an issue. Wait, I’m sorry I misread it again. It’s both! Still both. So crappy on two fronts.”


    It was Samberg's first time hosting a major TV event, and the "SNL" also noted in a musical number leading up to the monologue that he was qualified to host the show because he has "watched every damn show ... and I'm white."


    Jokes making fun of the tired trope of women not being funny? Also, check. 


    "I gotta say, Amy Schumer is really, really funny. You know, for a person," he joked.



    Samberg specifically called Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, too. "Well, I've gotta say, sure,  Donald Trump seems racist [prolonged pause] ... what else?" A number of other, uh, controversial men got similar treatment. 





     


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    Jeffrey Tambor took home the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series at the Emmys on Sunday night for his role in "Transparent." 


    The actor, who plays a trans woman named Maura Pfefferman on the Amazon original series, dedicated his award to the trans community with a beautifully touching speech. This is the first time the actor has won the award, and he made sure to make it count.


    "I've been given the opportunity to act because people's lives depend on it," the actor said while on stage. "Thank you for your courage. Thank you for your stories. Thank you for your inspiration." 


    Tambor beat out fellow actors Will Forte, William H. Macy, Don Cheadle, Louis C.K., Matt LeBlanc and Anthony Anderson. 


    "Transparent" director Jill Soloway also took home an Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series. 


     


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