The Daily Dish for February 27th

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KYLIE JENNER: Sisters Say "Push Present" Too Lavish


Kylie Jenner got a “push present” from Travis Scott: A Ferrari LaFerrari with red interior and butterfly doors. The sticker price runs at 1.4 million dollars!

Even Kylie’s famous sisters, who flaunt an extravagance lifestyle on social media, think that Ferrari is too much. Now that she’s a mother, the family believes 20-year-old Kylie ought to tone it down.

A source told People magazine, (quote) “Everyone thinks it’s the most ridiculous gift ever. Kylie has been obsessed with cars. She likes to show off her wealth.”


JAMES FRANCO: Love On the Rocks


James Franco will be single before too long.

His girlfriend of four months, Isabel Pakzad, has grown to distrust Franco in the wake of sexual misconduct accusations. A source told Entertainment Tonight, (quote) “The relationship has been really rocky. The aftermath of the allegations really put a strain on their relationship.”

Their 15-year age gap might play a role, too. Franco turns 40 years old next month. Isabel is a college student in Los Angeles.

His friends say that Franco is focused on recovering his career to a fault. One of them said, (quote) “That’s the priority and they both know that the relationship will be doomed.”


TRENDING NOW


Now buzzing on Facebook and Twitter.

#TheBachelor: Fans are reacting to the latest episode as they took it to the fantasy suites.

Stacey Dash: The former Clueless star and FOX News commentator is running for Congress.

Kim Kardashian: She shared the first photo of her baby girl, Chicago West.

Bill Cobsy: His daughter Ensa died Friday at the age of 44.

Weinstein Co.: The embattled company announced it's going declare bankruptcy after a deal to sell the it fell apart.

Anthony Davis: The New Orleans Pelicans star had a record night with 53 points, 17 rebounds and five blocked shots.

Metallica: The band announced dates for the North American leg of its WorldWired Tour.


HEATHER LOCKLEAR: Arrested for Domestic Violence


Guys aren't the only perpetrators of domestic violence. Heather Locklear got picked up on that charge last night (Sunday).

Cops responded to Heather's home in the L.A. area after her brother witnessed her and her boyfriend fighting, and saw a physical mark on the boyfriend. When officers arrived, the 56-year-old was allegedly belligerent with them -- so she got slapped with three charges of battery on a law enforcement officer as well. She was cuffed and taken to a hospital for observation.

This isn't Heather's first run-in with the law -- she's been arrested for DUI and has had addiction issues with prescription drugs. (TMZ)

Heather Locklear was ARRESTED on domestic violence and battery on a cop. #tmz #heatherlocklear

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HOLLYWOOD BUZZ


Most of the original Murphy Brown cast has signed on for the revival at CBS. Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud will all join Candice Bergen for the 13-episode series set to launch in the fall. So far, only Charles Kimbrough, who played Jim Dial, has not signed on. 

Heather Locklear's boyfriend, Chris Heisser, was arrested for DUI Monday morning, just hours after she was busted for felony domestic violence, TMZ reports. The actress was arrested Sunday night after getting into a fight with Chris.

The Weinstein Company says it will file for bankruptcy after a deal for the sale of the company fell apart, according to NPR.

FOX has canceled M. Night Shyamalan’s Wayward Pines after two seasons.


DIANE WARREN: Is This Her Year?


Belinda Carlisle's "I Get Weak" broke into the Top 10 this week in 1988. Thirty years later, the song's composer Diane Warren is still making news.

Warren's composition “Stand Up For Something” is in the running for Best Original Song at Sunday night's Oscars. Performed by Common and Andra Day, it's taken from the drama Marshall, the film about pioneering Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.

The song gave the prolific Warren her ninth Academy Awards nod. She tells Timemagazine, "It would be nice to take [the Oscar] home, especially with this song... because of everything I’ve ever written, this is probably the most important song of my life."


DOLLY PARTON: Dolly Goes to Washington


Dolly Parton makes her way to the nation's capital tomorrow (Tuesday) to present the Imagination Library's 100-millionth book to the Library of Congress. She'll announce a partnership with the Library of Congress, then read to a group of schoolchildren at the event. The ceremony will be streamed live on YouTube and Facebook.                                           

On Wednesday, Dolly will appear on ABC's Good Morning America to sing a song from her recently released children's album. 

The Imagination Library, which Dolly founded, distributes free books to children up to the age of five.


LORDE, JACK ANTONOFF: We're Not an Item


Despite what seems to be photographic evidence to the contrary, Lordeand Jack Antonoff continue to insist that they are nothing more than friends.

The British tabloid The Daily Mail printed some shots of the two hugging in Auckland, New Zealand, but in an Instagram chat today she responded to a fan's question about it by writing, "Guys, no! Jack and I are not dating … I love him. He’s awesome, but we’re not dating!"

Last month, Antonoff offered much the same answer, though in harder-to-understand language. He called rumors that he'd dumped Lena Dunham for Lorde "dumb heteronormative gossip."


CAMILA CABELLO: Love Conquers Hate


Camila Cabello has found a silver lining in the dark clouds hovering over just about every issue in America -- the music is gonna be fantastic!

She tells the Times of London, "This is a great time in music, when artists are vocal about things going on in their communities, whether #MeToo or #BlackLivesMatter. As a Latin person, it’s my responsibility to bring up things I know about. How could I know about these things and not say anything?”

Camila goes on to say that she's particularly intent on showcasing her own roots on songs like "Havana," noting that the love given to that song has "made me even more proud of where I’m from. Speaking out about your culture gives you the sense of passion and anger at what’s happening, and the realization that you have to fight that with love and truth.”

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