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Taryn Ryder at Yahoo Celebrity 6 hrs ago
During the Hot Topics portion, the panel — including Raven Symone, Nicole Wallace, Paula Faris, and Sherri — were discussing how millenials are in no rush to have children.
"I'm 29, I'm about to be 30 this year. I want a baby so bad," Symone said. "I've wanted a baby since I was 15."
Without missing a beat, Shepherd quipped, "I got one or two you could have of mine. I'll give them to you. Women with kids are like, 'Take mine.'"
Yikes. The View segment was taped just weeks after a judge ruled Shepherd, 48, would be held legally responsible for a child she had via surrogate with ex-husband Lamar Sally. Sally and Shepherd were battling in court over their now 10-month-old son who was already on the way when they split up. A judge ruled she must financially support the baby and that her name would be listed on the birth certificate.
"Girl, don't tell me about divorce being expensive," she said. "I'll tell you about divorce being expensive."
Taryn Ryder at Yahoo Celebrity 9 hrs ago
Back in February, the "Style" singer was asked to be in her friend Britany Maack's wedding and she shared the super sweet note her childhood bestie sent her. It read: "Taylor, You are more than a friend, you are more than a best friend, you are my sister. I cannot imagine having anyone else by my side on my wedding day… Will You Be My Maid of Honor?"
Well, Taylor is taking her MOH duties very seriously.
"I've never been a maid of honor before," Swift, 25, told Peopleon Wednesday. "This is my first time, and it's really, really important to me because this is my best friend, who I've known since I was born. And she's marrying someone I've known since I was 4."
On Tuesday, Swift accompanied her BFF to Reem Acra to hunt for wedding gowns (so no, she wasn't looking at dresses for herself) "because that's one of her [and my] favorite designers."
Maack shared a shot on Instagram: "Dressing up, but this time not playing. #weddingdress #nailedit."
One day before Lindsay Lohan's community service deadline, the 28-year-old has apparently finished her work. This was the final term of her sentence stemming from her reckless driving case in 2012.
At a court hearing in Los Angeles on May 7, the Mean Girls actress still had 115 hours of community service to complete. Superior Court Judge Mark Young told Lindsay there would be consequences, possibly jail, if she missed the deadline, which was tomorrow. He ordered her to redo the full 125 hours she claimed she was working on while in London (remember when she tried to count performing in Speed-the-Plow ?).
Assuming the judge accepts this community service, this will be the first time Lindsay has been off probation since 2007. Hard to believe!
Bruce Jenner has responded to the wrongful death lawsuit stemming the fatal crash he was in earlier this year.
In February, the Olympic champion was involved in a four-car pileup in Malibu that left one driver, 69-year-old Kimberly Howe, dead. Howe's two adult stepchildren, 57-year-old William Howe and 60-year-old Dana Redmond, sued Jenner, alleging the impact of Bruce's SUV "propelled" Kimberly into another lane, where her car was struck by oncoming traffic and she was killed.
According to papers obtained by E! News, Jenner calls the accident a "terrible tragedy," but believes the plaintiffs are "financially independent and successful… living and working and residing out-of-state for decades, who do not and cannot allege that they are financially dependent upon their stepmother for the necessities of life."
The 30-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is definitely living the single life right now. Although Khloé and on-again, off-again boyfriend French Montana were still hanging out earlier this month, a source tells Yahoo that the two aren't currently together.
"They are just friends," says one insider. "For now, at least."
In fact, Khloé was spotted out with Rick Fox last week. The E! reality star dined with the former NBA player, 45, Thursday night at Casa Vega, a Kardashian favorite.
"It looked to be a fun date," one restaurant-goer told Us Weekly. "She seemed happy."
Maybe we could get another season of Khloé & Lamar after all.
Nearly a week after 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar admitted to molesting five girls 12 years ago — some of whom were his sisters — old comments are coming back to haunt the famous family.
Gawker found an old quote from patriarch Jim Bob Duggar in which he stated, "R ape and incest represent heinous crimes and as such, should be treated as capital crimes. " He said this during his 2002 campaign for U.S. Senate, the same year he became aware of Josh's behavior.
Jim Bob and Michelle, who did not immediately go to the police when they found out about Josh's incidents years ago, released a statement in support of their 27-year-old son just last week.
Naturally, the private Knightley has kept the happy news (and gender) a secret; however, a few Twitter users have recently posted about seeing Keira out and about with her new baby.
While staring at man through mirror in hairdressers who I thought was Idris Elba, missed Keira Knightley walk past (+ baby) #celebspotfail
I'm pretty sure I saw Keira Knightley walking in Islington with her hubbie and new baby? #confused
Cheers to the new parents.
"Mara and I are thankful for your support and kindness during this time. I apologize for having a minor relapse and hope that people don't think too badly of me," Meyers, via his fiancée Mara Lane's Instagram account, began. "I stopped drinking immediately and it is no reflection on Damascus Cover as I was not meant to attend Cannes this year and I apologize to fans and colleagues."
Reports claimed that Meyers missed promotional duties for his film, Damascus Cover , which screened at the Cannes Film Festival.
"I am on the mend and thank well wishers and sorry for my disheveled appearance as I was on my way home from a friends and had not changed I feel I made a mistake and feel quite embarrassed but this was just a blip in my recovery otherwise I'm living a healthy life," he concluded, referencing the series of photos where a disoriented looking Meyers was snapped drinking vodka from the bottle. "Love and blessings. #Rebel #Angel."
Overall, his fans seem very supportive.
Damascus Cover will be Meyers's first starring role since Dracula .
Taryn Ryder at Yahoo Celebrity 6 days ago
The network issued the following statement on Friday: "Effective immediately, TLC has pulled all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting currently from the air. We are deeply saddened and troubled by this heartbreaking situation, and our thoughts and prayers are with the family and victims at this difficult time."
TLC wouldn't comment on Thursday after a police report surfaced of Duggar's past indiscretions, but instead ran a marathon of the show, which prominently featured Josh. Naturally, that sparked outrage from viewers and non-viewers alike.
According to TMZ, the fate of the show is "uncertain" and sources involved say no long-term decision has been made. However, cameras have been rolling this week. One day before Josh's past was uncovered, he tweeted out a picture while filming.
The Duggars have yet to comment on TLC temporarily pulling their show.
Taryn Ryder at Yahoo Celebrity 6 days ago
The awareness campaign, which started in Britain in 1988 to raise money for poverty-stricken children in the U.K. and Africa, arrived in the U.S. today with the same important purpose. Dozens of stars joined forces with NBC and participated in a three-hour telecast Thursday night in an effort to raise funds for children living in poverty here at home and abroad.
The show featured segments that told moving stories of children in need, as well as funny skits starring some of Hollywood's biggest celebs letting loose for a good cause.
In the words of host Seth Meyers, "We make you laugh, then we make you cry, then we make you open your wallet."
Here are three of our favorite bits:
The funds raised during the Red Nose Day campaign will be given to a variety of nonprofit organizations, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the Children's Health Fund, Feeding America, the National Council of La Raza, and the United Way. To learn more or donate, click here.