The Daily Dish For August 30th


Report: Kim & Kanye Trying To Work Things Out

What’s really going on withKim KardashianandKanye West? Even thoughwe told youthat they weren’t getting back together, nowwe’re hearing otherwise

Sources are saying that the two are “working on rebuilding the foundation of their relationship.” It’s no secret that there’s a lot of love and history with them, but there are some major wrinkles that have to be ironed out. If that happens, Kim could possible withdraw the divorce petition.

The one thing both Kim and ‘Ye want more than anything is to keep a healthy and sturdy foundation of love and support for their kids,North,Saint,Chicago, andPsalm. That’s why she brought them to all three of his “Donda” listening events.

  • Of course,not everyone is buying the KimYe reconciliation act. Even though ‘Ye’s been telling people that they’re back together, one source said, “Everybody knows that isn’t true.” The real deal, according to the source is this – “Kanye wants to beatDrakein record sales, and he is putting on a big show of performance art to grab all the media attention.”

Source:TMZ

Legendary Ed Asner Passes At 91

Legendary actorEd Asnerhas passed away at 91. The seven-time Emmy winner, best known for his starring role as Lou Grant on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” died yesterday, surrounded by family. The sad news was confirmed via his Twitter account.

"We are sorry to say that our beloved patriarch passed away this morning peacefully,"the post read. "Words cannot express the sadness we feel. With a kiss on your head- Goodnight dad. We love you."

After years working as a character actor, Asner shot to fame on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” which earned him three supporting actor Emmys. When the sitcom ended, he reprised the role in the drama “Lou Grant,” which scored him two more Emmys for leading actor. More recently, he’s appeared in “Grace & Frankie,” “Cobra Kai,” and provided voices for “American Dad” and the 2009 animated film “Up.” Of course, he was also seen as Santa in "Elf."

  • Besides acting, Asner was known for his outspoken activism and his time as the Screen Actors Guild president from 1981 to 1985. Back in December, he was among a group of actors taking SAG-AFTRA to court calling for a better health care plan. Twice married and divorced, he’s survived by four adult children:Matthew, Liza, KateandCharles.
  • Hollywood is reacting to the news of Asner’s passing.Josh Gad, Katie Couric, Michael McKean, George Takei, Mark Hamill,and more stars havepaid tributeon social media.Check out their posts below.
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Source:Variety

Tom Cruise’s Car Stolen

Tom Cruise has been busy filming his new “Mission: Impossible” movie in the United Kingdom… where he was recently the victim of a theft you’d think only his character Ethan Hunt could pull off.

According to “The Sun,” thieves got away with Cruise’s luxury BMW, which had been parked outside Birmingham’s Grand Hotel. The high-tech crooks reportedly used a scanner to hack the signal from the keyless X7 Beemer’s ignition fob, so they could open the car even without getting their hands on the keys.

Luckily, Cruise is pretty tech-savvy himself, and his car was equipped with a tracking device. While police were able to get the car back, the thieves still got away with the thousands of dollars of luggage Cruise had left inside… which apparently has him fuming.

Source:The Sun

Kristen Bell Claims The Whole Bathing Thing Was A Joke

Kristen Bell thinks the great celebrity bathing debate has gotten a little out of hand. In a new interview, the star says people are treating it like “an actual Supreme Court case” when she claims the whole thing was just a joke.

As you’ll recall,several celebrities have piped up about their bathing routines after Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis told Dax Shepard on his “Armchair Expert” podcast that they’re not big on bathing their kids until “you can see dirt on them.” Kristenbacked them upearlier this month on “The View,” saying she’s a “big fan of waiting for the stink.” But now she says people are taking the whole thing too seriously.

First of all, Bell admits that she has “bad hygiene,” and that “everyone is different” when it comes to their beauty routines. But more importantly, she thinks folks need a lesson on “what is a joke and what is not,” pointing out that the celebrity bathing debate started on her husband’s podcast… AKA,“a room full of comedians.”

Source:Entertainment Tonight

Adam Levine Defends Olivia Rodrigo

As we told you last week, many fans have pointed out similarities in Olivia Rodrigo's songs “Brutal” sounding likeElvis Costello’s“Pump It Up" and "Good 4 U" sounding a lot like Paramore's "Misery Business." Costello has declined to pursue any claim against Rodrigo, but the singer did give Paramore songwriting credit for "Good 4 U." 

Adam Levine is coming to Rodrigo's defense, calling this the right move. In a video posted to his Instagram story, he said: 

"There’s all this drama over Olivia Rodrigo and the Elvis Costello song, and Paramore chimed in about a song that sounds like theirs. Look, these are tricky things and anyone who’s ever written a song knows that you rip something off inadvertently, and it makes it to tape, and then it’s released and then there’s a lawsuit. It’s a natural thing for it to happen, and sometimes it gets ugly and sometimes it’s warranted that people take legal action. Sometimes it’s not warranted that people take legal action. And I think there’s definitely become more of a gray area that’s reared its ugly head these days."

Levine also made a comparison to the "Blurred Lines" lawsuit that both Robin Thicke and Pharrell were apart of, as it "changed the game."

He went on to ask people to give Rodrigo the benefit of the doubt explaining that "When you take someone who’s a newer artist and she’s doing things that kind of emulate the ones from generations removed, I don’t know how bad that is. I think it’s kind of a cool thing to introduce a whole generation of young people to different musical ideas."

Source: Adam Levine 


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