Tyler Cameron Called Out Kanye West For Saying Kim Kardashian Dresses Too Sexy

Ooh Tyler Cameron is making headlines and they don’t have anything to do with Gigi Hadid. In fact, The Bachelorette alum is dishing out relationship advice and he’s so on point. You see, Tyler Cameron called out Kanye West for saying Kim Kardashian dresses too sexy and I’m all for it.

On Oct. 15, Cameron went in on West after retweeting a video clip of the rapper telling Kardashian her outfits are "too sexy." Obviously, West doesn’t seem to know who he’s married to because Kim Kardashian is sexy. That’s her brand and has always been her brand long before West came along.

Anyway, Cameron, being the lovable and understanding and perfect man that I’m hoping is still on the market, decided to give West some marital advice, and honestly, why not? He was almost married on national TV, y’know.

Cameron retweeted the revealing video clip and added his own special bro tip. "What not to do… You should want your significant other to be sexy and feel sexy. Ye lost his confidence. Fellas if you can’t stand the heat get out the kitchen. Encourage your significant other to be all they can be. Not hold them back," he wrote. Give this man a round of applause people because I couldn’t say it better myself.

Now, if you hear the entire clip, you’ll probably become even more frustrated with the ordeal. You see, the Oct. 13 episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians revealed the never-before-seen drama that went down right before the Met Gala. If you recall, Kardashian wore that stunning Thierry Mugler gown that she couldn’t sit down in, let alone go to the bathroom in, all in the name of fashion. She looked phenomenal to say the least. However, as confident and as poised as she seemed to be before stepping out on the pink carpet, Kardashian was hit with waves of anxiety after her husband admitted he didn’t like the outfit that took eight months to create. I know! Is that why West looked so mad in every photo?

Anyway, he begins by saying, "I went through this transition where being a rapper, looking at all these girls and looking at my wife, like, ‘Oh my girl needs to be just like the other girls showing their body off.’ I didn’t realize that that was affecting my soul and my spirit as someone who is married and the father of now … about to be four kids. A corset is a form of underwear, it’s hot, for who though?”

Kardashian then tells West he is making her feel uneasy before the big event. “So the night before the Met you’re going to come in here and say that you’re not into a corset vibe?” Kim responded. “You’re giving me really bad anxiety. You knew last night I had really bad anxiety and I don’t need any more negative energy and for you say you’re now not into me wearing a tight dress.”

This is when West states he’s not here for her hip-hugging fits. “You are my wife and it affects me when pictures are too sexy,” he said. *Rolls eyes*

Kardashian doesn’t just let it go, though. She responds. “You built me up to be this sexy person and confidence and all this, and just because you’re on a journey and transformation doesn’t mean I’m in the same spot with you,” she said. Girl, preach.

I understand West feels some type of way, but he can’t expect Kardashian to change her image after praising her for it and even helping to curate her image. Hopefully, West can come to terms with the fact that his wife can wear whatever she wants, however she wants and support her for it.

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JWoww's Ex-Boyfriend '24' Shares Message About Strength After Split

Zack’s post came just days after he issued an apology to JWoww and Angelina.

Zack Clayton Carpinello is finding "strength" after his breakup from Jenni "JWoww" Farley.

On Tuesday, the 24-year-old professional wrestler shared a video of himself working out along with a quote from Gandhi. In the black-and-white clip, Zack performs a squat clean (and he’s got quite a few plates on that barbell!).

"Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. -Mahatma Gandhi" Zack tweeted alongside the video.

Perhaps the quote was meant to be ironic, since it accompanied the video of him performing the feat of muscular strength.

Zack’s post came just a few days after his breakup with Jenni. The couple split following last Thursday’s episode of "Jersey Shore" that saw Angelina Pivarnick accuse him of getting handsy in Vegas.

On Thursday night, Jenni wrote about the incident on Instagram.

"After seeing tonight’s episode I’m pretty hurt," she wrote on immediately after the footage aired. "I feel disrespected by someone I called a friend and by someone who stated they loved me. For 5 months I was kept in the dark about this. For 5 months I was naive, probably laughed at and made into a story line that will forever haunt me."

"My heart hurts on so many levels," she added. "One thing I learned from tonight’s episode is know your value. Don’t ever lower your standards."

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But fans called out JWoww for "treating Angelina like shit" ever since she made her return to the show, despite Jenni’s claim that she considered her a "friend." Others felt Farley should be more upset with Zack than with Angelina.

"This is for both of them," Jenni maintained, adding, "She was all over him too. I saw her ass in his face. Real friend there. She stirred the pot knowing it would end up on TV. If she was a true friend, she would’ve checked him and then came straight to me. She lived for the drama and straight disrespect."

On Friday, Zack broke his silence and issued an apology to both Jenni and Angelina.

"I made mistakes that I cannot take back, which I take responsibility for," he wrote. "Jenni does not deserve any damage from anybody else. This is on me. I sincerely apologize to Jenni. I apologize to Angelina as well."

"I love Jenni, with everything I have, I make this known to her every day," he continued. "I will continue to make this known to her and her kids, who also have my heart. I will make it certain that nothing like this ever happen again, in any way regardless of the outcome."

Although neither JWoww nor Angelina have responded publicly to Zack’s apology, Jenni treated herself to some new jewelry over the weekend.

"Getting yourself jewelry always helps," JWoww wrote on her Instagram Story on Saturday, alongside a video of a box containing a pair of sparkling hoop earrings.

The Charles & Colvard Forever One 3.72-carat round Colorless moissanite hoop earrings in 14-karat white gold cost $3,399, according to the jeweler’s website.

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‘Watchmen’ Star Tim Blake Nelson Could Barely See Through His Mirror-Faced Mask

HBO’s Watchmen may be loosely based on an iconic graphic novel. And it may center on a world where superpowers and secret identities exist, and people wear masks. But Tim Blake Nelson, who plays a mystifying masked police officer named Looking Glass in the show, doesn’t see Watchmen the same way others might.

“I don’t consider this a superhero show,” he says on a Wednesday afternoon in New York City’s Gramercy Park Hotel. To his point, the Watchmen series only has one character with superpowers: Dr. Manhattan, the otherworldly being who now lives on Mars. “I consider it a humanist show, that asks what would happen if if the law allowed for the masking of retribution? How would that ramify? What sort of fractures with that widen your culture? And I think that the show really beautifully examines that.”

If Watchmen were a superhero story, Nelson would be far from a stranger to it. While the Tulsa native might be best known for his work with filmmaking stalwarts like The Coen Brothers (O Brother Where Art Thou, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs) he’s also had a pair of prominent superhero roles to his credit: one came in the DOA 2015 Fantastic Four film; the other as a villain in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk, the second film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and a role he’s been rumored to return to for years.

Watchmen is set in an alternate history universe, some 30 years after the events of the graphic novel (which showrunner Lindelof considers canon). In this world, Robert Redford (yes, that Robert Redford) has become the United States’ longest serving president in history, and police officers, like Nelson’s character, are forced to a life of anonymity, afraid they’ll be targeted after one particularly violent attack from a white surpremacist group.

“I don’t consider this a superhero show—I consider it a humanist show.”

The way Looking Glass maintains that anonymity, undoubtedly, is his character’s defining quality. Chrome in the same nature as a pair of reflective Aviator-sunglasses, the mask shows only what surrounds him in the room. When he looks into someone’s eyes, all they see is themselves. “Looking Glass’ mask goes beyond opaque.” Nelson says. “It blasts one’s image back at them.”

When the 55-year-old actor is in costume, he describes the chrome mask (which covers his entire head) as “a little more than translucent” when looking through—which made things so difficult that his goal was simply see 40% of the actors he was shared scenes with. “You need your partner, and what they’re giving you, so that you can give back to them. It’s like ping pong—you don’t want a situation where you can’t see the ball.” Luckily, this challenge didn’t persist throughout the entire production—eventually, Looking Glass’ mask had holes cut where his eyes were (with the eye slots digitally painted over in post-production), so that 40% skyrocketed to a more plentiful 100%.

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The nature of Looking Glass’s character, and his own position within the ecosystem of the Watchmen universe is a unique one; he’s got a cool mask; not a signature weapon, but a signature device (wait until you see ‘The Pod’); and fights crime. But, as Nelson says, he’s still operating within the system of government as it’s been set up. “I just look at him as a guy who justifiably wants to right wrongs,” he says. “And he’ll do that, using whatever means are necessary. And in this respect, it’s not about revenge. And it’s not about taking the law into his own hands. He’s working within the law.”

As one moment later in the show that distinctly pokes fun at a scene from The Dark Knight makes clear, Nelson thinks one of the key themes of Watchmen comes in examining vigilanteism—but Looking Glass doesn’t even fit that vigilante mold. “The work they do—or at least the work that he does, that defies any convenient label” he says.

Nelson’s scenes as Looking Glass are incredibly tense. The character is the Tulsa police force’s primary interrogator, and while he doesn’t have superpowers, per sé, his mask gives him a major advantage on anyone he comes into contact with.

“He’s watching somebody respond to the truth of their image, and that really puts somebody on the spot”

It makes the power dynamics totally shift—if anyone is lying to the face, it’ll only make them feel like they’re lying to themself. Their own image is all they’re getting back. “He’s watching somebody respond to the truth of their image,” Nelson says. “And that really puts somebody on the spot.” He compares the interrogation technique to T.S. Eliot’s poem Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, and the idea that someone’s been pinned to a wall, with no choice but to interrogate themselves.

Nelson seems fully-invested in the show’s writing, praising not only the conventions used, like his mask, but the world that the show exists in. Not only does the universe established in the comic persist, but Lindelof does masterful work in building out the show’s universe in the early episodes. There’s no part of you that ever doubts that what’s happening on-screen isn’t just a drop in the bucket of more happenings around the show’s world.

In fact, Nelson was drawn to this project, in particular, for these two reasons: his familiarity with the source material, and his respect for the previous work that showrunner Damon Lindelof has done—particularly The Leftovers. But even more than he enjoyed his work, Nelson enjoyed meeting the man himself.

“He radiates not only intelligence, but also decency, and sensitivity,” he said about his Watchmen boss. “And if you combine that with his unpredictable openness as a storyteller, which leads to places that completely surprise you, but at the same time feel inevitable. When you look back on every preceding moment, you realize that you’re in the presence of a real magician.”

When asked why now felt like the right time for this version, this continuation of Watchmen, Nelson first had a bit of fun with the show’s October 20th release date (“So that people can wear our costumes for Halloween”) before explaining that now is the “perfect,” time for the show with an answer that echoes what Lindelof himself has been saying when asked. “The original Watchmen was examining what most concerned us in 1985, which was the Cold War and the prospect of nuclear annihilation,” he said. “This show is examining what bedevils us today, and I think in a really deep way.”

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Ann Curry ‘Will Destroy’ Matt Lauer If She Speaks Out


There’s no love lost between former Today cohosts Matt Lauer and Ann Curry. Curry, who left the morning show in 2012, reportedly at Lauer’s behest, tweeted in support of Lauer accuser Brooke Nevils earlier this month. And a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly that the news anchor might know more than she’s letting on to the public.

“Ann has maintained a dignified silence, but a lot of people confided in her years ago and still do to this day,” the source tells Us. “She knows more than most about the man Matt really is, and when she finally speaks out, it will destroy him.”

Curry, 62, previously revealed that she reported Lauer, 61, for sexual harassment on behalf of a colleague in 2012, which NBC execs deny. They also deny that they covered up Lauer’s alleged abuse. Megyn Kelly has spoken about Lauer’s alleged inappropriate workplace behavior too. In 2018, she told Us, “I know too much that others don’t,” and on October 14, she praised Curry and Today alum Meredith Vieira, who encouraged Nevils, 32, to report Lauer, for “sounding the alarm.”

Former NBC employee Nevils claimed in Ronan Farrow’s new book, Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators, that Lauer raped her at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. “It was nonconsensual in the sense that I was too drunk to consent,” she said. “It was nonconsensual in that I said, multiple times, that I didn’t want to have anal sex.”

The former journalist fired back at Nevils’ allegations in a lengthy statement. Lauer categorized the incident as an “extramarital, but consensual, sexual encounter,” and claimed that her assertion that it was assault is “categorically false.”

For more on Curry and Lauer, watch the video above and pick up the latest issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now.

If you or anyone you know has been sexually assaulted, call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673). A trained staff member will provide confidential, judgment-free support as well as local resources to assist in healing, recovering and more.

With reporting by Jen Heger

 

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Teresa Giudice asked if she’s still in love with Joe in new ‘RHONJ’ clip

The future of Teresa and Joe Giudice‘s 20-year marriage appears to be a question mark, as shown in a new clip from Season 10 of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey.”

In a seven-minute video, which was released Tuesday, Teresa, 47, is asked by co-star Jennifer Aydin if she is still in love with her husband, who recently returned to his native Italy as he awaits a decision in his deportation case.

“I don’t know,” the mother of four replied.

In a separate scene, Teresa is seen on the beach saying, “I haven’t been happy in so long, now I just want to be happy again.”

The state of Teresa and Joe’s relationship appears to be a prominent plot point in the forthcoming season, which premieres next month.

At one moment in another trailer, Joe can be heard saying on the phone, “Alright, like I even wanted to get married? No.” Teresa is also seen reacting to cheating allegations.

Joe, 47, completed his 41-month prison sentence for fraud in March.

He and Teresa share four daughters: Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audrina, 10.

“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” returns to Bravo on Nov. 6 at 9 p.m.

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Jason Momoa on Marrying His Childhood Crush, Lisa Bonet: "Anything Is F*cking Possible"

Jason Momoa on Marrying His Childhood Crush, Lisa Bonet: “Anything Is F*cking Possible”

Jason Momoa has officially restored my faith in the power of manifesting. The See actor sat down with Esquire for the magazine’s November 2019 cover story and opened up about how he grew up fawning over his wife Lisa Bonet from afar. She was “literally my childhood crush,” Jason said during the interview, adding, “I mean, I didn’t tell her that. I didn’t let her know I was a stalker until after we had the kids.” Well played, my dude, well played.

The 40-year-old star’s childhood dreams finally came true when a mutual friend introduced him to Lisa in 2005, spawning a swoon-worthy 14-year romance. The devastatingly good-looking pair has raised two children that are practically Jason’s mini-mes, Lola and Nakoa-Wolf, along with Zoë Kravitz, whom Lisa shares with Lenny Kravitz.

Jason’s main takeaway from making a family with his “dream girl”? “If someone says something isn’t possible, I’m like, ‘Listen here, I married Lisa Bonet. Anything is f*cking possible,'” he told Esquire. A friendly heads up to my slew of celebrity crushes: I’m comin’ for ya. Consider yourself and your soon-to-be-flooded DMs warned.

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Gabrielle Union Defends Dwyane Wade's Post About Zion and Kaavia: 'My Girls'

Gabrielle tweeted, “Looks like love to me. I truly hope that everyone gets the love, support and hugs they deserve. Also Kaav ain’t with the dumb s–t. Peace & Blessings good people.”

Gabrielle Union is a fiercely protective mother and step-mother, so don’t come for her brood.

On Monday, the actress was quick to fire back after a fan posted a screenshot of her husband Dwyane Wade‘s Instagram and added an ignorant comment. Dwyane had shared an adorable picture of his two kids — Zion, 11, and Kaavia, 11-months — with the caption "My Girls" alongside two heart emojis.

The fan wrote, "What y’all think of this," to which Gabrielle tweeted, "Looks like love to me. I truly hope that everyone gets the love, support and hugs they deserve. Also Kaav ain’t with the dumb s–t. Peace & Blessings good people."

And social media users followed in support of the woke Wade family.

"People need to mind their business, whatever pronoun a father uses to identify HIS child is HIS business… especially when it’s based on love and he is not using a derogatory term, he loves his child and that should be the only topic of discussion," shared one fan.

In April, Dwyane shared snaps of his family at Miami Pride. "We support each other with Pride!" Dwyane wrote on Instagram. Some criticized this as well, but Dwyane defended his parenting style to Variety.

"I don’t really talk about it much because it’s Zion’s story to tell," Dwyane told the publication. "I think as a family, we should support each other. That’s our job. And my job as a father is to facilitate their lives and to support them and be behind them in whatever they want to do."

"I’m doing what every parent has to do," he added. "Once you bring kids into this world, you become unselfish. It’s my job to be their role model, to be their voice in my kids’ lives, to let them know you can conquer the world. So, go and be your amazing self and we’re going to sit back and just love you.”

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Liza Koshy Opens Up About The Burnout Of Being A Youtube Creator: ‘I Thought people Were Going To Hate Me’

Liza Koshy is dishing all about the new season of Liza on Demand and her experience of moving from being just a YouTube creator, to a lot more in her interview with Cosmopolitan.

The 23-year-old actress and creator revealed that prior to launching her show, she was feeling a burnout of being on YouTube.

“There was a point where I was like, I have to be this one person. I have to stay at the same pitch in my voice at all times,” Liza explained. “Otherwise, people are gonna think I fluctuate in my personality.”

She added, “I went into this spiraling dialogue, thinking people are going to hate me for doing something different. I read things online that weren’t the nicest things, I started being even more judgmental and not so nice in my head.”

You can check out Liza‘s full interview on Cosmo.com.

You can stream Liza on Demand now on Youtube.

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Matt Lauer ‘had an affair’ with a famous broadcaster, then pushed her out of NBC

There was a lot of information that came out about Matt Lauer as he was fired from NBC in November 2017 and more info came out afterwards. I’ve always thought that once Lauer was fired, women at NBC finally felt safe enough to start telling their stories (internally at NBC, or anonymously in interviews) without it leading to huge career repercussions, because that’s how much power Lauer had within NBC up until he was fired. Very few people could say anything about him to anyone. That being said, there were always rumors. Rumors of “affairs” and rumors of his sh-tty marriage and rumors of his treatment of female colleagues. This Page Six story reads like a blind item but I’m not going to be gross – this poor woman’s career was destroyed because she didn’t want to be Matt Lauer’s meat.

Disgraced “Today” anchor Matt Lauer allegedly had an affair with a famed and well-respected broadcaster, Page Six is exclusively told, representing a “clear imbalance of power.” The woman signed a nondisclosure agreement when she left NBC.

We have agreed not to name the broadcaster at her request, but a TV source said: “Matt had influence over everyone’s career — one word and your career would be sunk. I know there was a clear imbalance of power in this woman’s relationship with Matt.”

In his new book, “Catch and Kill,” Ronan Farrow also claims Lauer repeatedly harassed a fellow on-air NBC personality, who was allegedly forced to sign a strict NDA when she left the network in 2012. It’s not clear if it’s the same woman we’ve learned about. Farrow reports that the unnamed former NBC broadcaster claimed Lauer and another NBC exec propositioned her and made lewd comments about her during broadcasts. She said, “I was like meat on a hook … I would walk into work with a knot in my stomach. I would come home and cry.”

She alleged that when she turned the men down, she was “punished” and got fewer assignments, adding: “My career took a sharp nosedive.” Although she didn’t make a formal report to HR, she did tell colleagues. When she left, NBC forced her to sign a nondisclosure agreement that waived her right to sue and banned her from making disparaging comments about the network, the book states.

[From Page Six]

I think I know who it is, if it’s the same woman in Page Six’s story and Ronan Farrow’s story. But the thing is, it actually sounds like about three women who all got pushed out of NBC years before Lauer was fired. Part of Lauer’s argument is now that he did NOT have that much power at NBC. Which is clearly bullsh-t – he walked around 30 Rockefeller like a king, and whoever wasn’t “in favor” with him got pushed out or punished by the executives.

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Hollyoaks’ Nadine Mulkerrin welcomes first baby with co-star Rory Douglas-Speed

Nadine Mulkerrin and her Hollyoaks' co-star Rory Douglas-Speed have welcomed their first child together – a baby boy.

Nadine, 26, gave birth to their little son yesterday and has named him Reggie Speed.

Proud first-time dad Rory broke the news with an excited post, sharing the first picture of his new arrival being cradled in Nadine's arms.

"Welcome to the family wee Reggie Speed 15.8.19," he wrote.

"We love You man. So proud of Nadine, I didn't think I could love her anymore but my heart is bloody bursting! She was amazing throughout her labour. Women are seriously Superhuman x."

The happy couple, who met on the set of the Channel 4 soap, got engaged last December after dating for a year.

And she revealed she was expecting when she showed off her bump on the red carpet of the British Soap Awards this year.

Their characters – Joel Dexter and Cleo McQueen – got married themselves on Hollyoaks, and Rory followed suit months later with his own proposal.

"It was terrifying. I felt like I was on my knee for an eternity and I remember saying: ‘Go on, just say something!'" he joked to OK! magazine.

"I felt that she was always going to say yes because we always have a laugh about it, but in that moment when I was on my knee I thought, she’s saying no!"

Congratulations, Nadine and Rory!

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