Sharon Osbourne Says Her 'Heart Breaks' Over Ozzy Osbourne's Health Battle, But There's a Silver Lining
Sharon Osbourne is getting candid about her own grief surrounding husband Ozzy Osbourne's Parkinson's diagnosis.
"I just think of my husband, who was very energetic, loved to go out for walks, did a two-hour show on stage every night, running around like a crazy man," she tells English broadcaster Jeremy Paxman in ITV's Paxman: Putting Up With Parkinson's. "Suddenly, your life just stops -- life as you knew it."
She goes on, "When I look at my husband, my heart breaks for him. I'm sad for myself to see him that way, but what he goes through is worse. When I look at him and he doesn't know I'm looking at him, I'm like crying."
Sharon admits that there has been one silver lining to Ozzy's latest health struggles: "The family," she says. "We spend so much more time together."
Ozzy and Sharon recently revealed that they are relocating back to the U.K. permanently as they begin filming a new family reality show, Home to Roost. The 73-year-old Black Sabbath rocker is currently happily awaiting the arrival of daughter Kelly Osbourne's first child, which seems likely to be documented on the series.
Kelly recently revealed to reporters that she's already involved in the project, which will show how she and her Slipknot DJ boyfriend Sid -- who is half English -- split their time between the U.S. and the U.K. with their son.
"I'm doing the show too," she announces. "It's weird, at first I was like, 'Oh, am I going to get PTSD? Is this strange?' But the more we're kinda getting in the swing of it, it's just like second nature. I mean, I get paid to be myself, so, it's great."
Kelly also gushed to reporters about the close relationship she has been sharing with her dad throughout her pregnancy.
"My parents have been incredible and been with me every step of the way on this journey, 'cause my boyfriend is in a band, they tour, so, he's hardly been here, so, every milestone I've kinda gone through with my dad, and he's been great," she said. "Even though he sometimes says the wrong thing. I'll walk into the room and he'll go, 'Wow, you're big.' and I'm like, 'Thanks, Dad.'"
She added, "I will say, every single day he does this little song and this little dance about how excited he is, and he is so excited that it's a boy. It's the first -- out of me and my brother, it's the first boy, so, he's like planning all these things."
But Kelly admitted she's already had to set some grandparent boundaries.
"He wants to buy, like, 'We're gonna get him air rifles,'" she said of Ozzy's plans, "and I'm like, 'No, you're not. No, you're not. Absolutely not!'"
Well, that was short-lived! Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos might have celebrated their status as "empty nesters" after their youngest son, Joaquin Consuelos, went to college in 2021, but they've already lost the title.
The pair had been vocal about adjusting to their life post-kids, but on Wednesday's Late Night With Seth Meyers, Ripa revealed that they're no longer the only ones in their home.
"We were kind of empty nesters and then my mom had heart surgery," Ripa, 52, explained. "So now we're living with my parents. And Mark's like, 'That didn't take long.' The nest is full again but with older people."
She joked that her and Consuelos' parents have all needed their help at some point.
"We love collectively all of our parents, and we appreciate that they fall apart in different stages," she quipped. "So it's not like they're all with us all at once. It's like, first my mother-in-law will have surgery, then my father-in-law will have surgery, then my dad has surgery. They stagger the surgeries. They're thoughtful elderly people."
Back in 2021, Ripa opened up to reporters about the best and worst parts of being an empty nester.
"I will say the best part is there's no laundry in our house," joked the mom of three at the time. "There's no dishes. There's like, nothing! Nothing! There's nothing."
As for the worst part, it's the loss of her three kids -- Michael, 25, Lola, 21, and Joaquin, 19.
"The worst part is... people would say to us, 'Oh, don't blink because they grow up before you know it, and they'll be out of the house.' And when you're in it, you're so tired, you're so like, bone-tired in your bones that you can't believe that's true," she described. "But we did. We blinked, unfortunately, and now they are grown adults."
Demi Lovato was forced to postpone her Holy Fvck tour stop in Chicago on Wednesday after losing her voice. The 30-year-old singer announced the news just hours before she was set to take the stage at the Rosemont Theater.
“Rosemont, today I woke up and had absolutely no voice,” the statement, posted to the tour's official Instagram, read. “I’m so sorry, but it breaks my heart to tell you I have to reschedule the show. Tickets will be honored for a new date as soon as it’s announced.”
“This is the absolute last thing I want to do,” Lovato continued. “I’m having so much fun with you all and I can’t wait to see you again. Again, I’m so sorry and I appreciate your understanding. I love you all.”
She captioned the post: "If you have tickets, hang on to them - they will be honored for the new date as soon as its announced. Hope to see you all soon. Appreciate your understanding." Lovato also shared the statement to her personal social media page.
Lovato has been on the road for this tour since September, and while she's having a blast, she said in a since-deleted post in September that this will be her last tour. "I’m so f***ing sick I can’t get out of bed," she wrote on her Stories. "I can’t do this anymore."
“This next tour will be my last," she added. "Thank you guys.”
In August, Lovato spoke to reporters about her excitement for this tour, saying, "It feels so good to just be completely authentic in what makes me happy, to perform and sing, and I'm just really, really excited about it."
"I’m back to my roots and I’m no longer performing in little leotards and in stilettos, you know, trying to be someone I thought people wanted from me," Lovato continued. "Now I just get to be myself -- my genuine, authentic self -- and perform the songs that I want to perform."
Lovato's Holy Fvck tour is scheduled to run through November, where she's expected to wrap things up in Irving, Texas.
Britney Spears made it clear on Instagram that she has no interest in reconciling with her family, including her mother Lynne Spears. After Lynne, 67, pleaded with Britney, 40, to “unblock” her, the “Womanizer” hitmaker told her mother, “take your apology and go f*ck yourself.” Britney made those remarks in an Oct. 5 IG post, which included a quote by Rita Mae Brown that read, “One of the key to happiness is a bad memory.” In her caption, Britney crucified her family for their involvement in her 13-year conservatorship.
“For 13 years, I had to meet doctors weekly to bring up my past which made it worse !!!” Britney wrote, before claiming that her family members, including her brother Bryan and her sister Jamie Lynn “were either stoned or drunk off their asses” at the time. “I was the mother f*cking Saint who was scared to move or I knew my dad would put me somewhere if I didn’t cooperate … even in America, the land of the free 🇺🇸 !!!!” Britney added. “Years go by and he still puts me in a psych ward !!!!”
Britney said that “not one mother f*cking person” stood up for her during those hardships under the conservatorship that was led by her father Jamie. Then, she lashed out at her mother and sharply declined Lynne’s apology. “And to all the doctors for f*cking with my mind … I pray you all burn in hell !!!” Britney also said. “Kiss my mother f*cking ass 😊 !!!!”
The “Hold Me Closer” singer has been publicly blasting her whole family on social media since she was freed from her conservatorship in November 2021. On Aug. 28, Brit released an unfiltered video memo (which has now been deleted) that featured the singer talking openly about what she allegedly experienced under the conservatorship. Lynne responded to Britney and insisted that she’s only ever tried to “help” her daughter throughout her hardships. Lynne also told Britney that she “has never and will never turn my back on you.”
Britney previously accused Lynne of being the person that gave Jamie the “idea” for the conservatorship. “She secretly ruined my life,” Britney claimed in a since-deleted Instagram post in November 2021. Britney has not mended any of the relationships with her family members. She didn’t even invite any of them to her wedding to Sam Asghari in June.
Christian Bale is saying thank you to Leonardo DiCaprio—just maybe not for a reason you'd expect.
In a new cover story for GQ's November issue, the actor, 48, credited the obtainment of many of his leading roles to DiCaprio passing on them first.
Take Bale's part in American Psycho, for instance. It's been reported that DiCaprio was originally tied to the 2000 film before Bale was cast as Patrick Bateman. In fact, GQ writer Zach Baron said it's been rumored that Bale has lost several roles to DiCaprio, including the part of Jack Dawson in Titanic.
So how does Bale feel about this? "Oh, dude. It's not just me," he said. "Look, to this day, any role that anybody gets, it's only because he's passed on it beforehand. It doesn't matter what anyone tells you. It doesn't matter how friendly you are with the directors. All those people that I've worked with multiple times, they all offered every one of those roles to him first. Right? I had one of those people actually tell me that."
The Ford v. Ferrari alum then went on express his gratitude to DiCaprio. "So, thank you, Leo, because literally, he gets to choose everything he does," he continued. "And good for him, he's phenomenal."
When asked if he takes this personally, Bale said he did not. "No. Do you know how grateful I am to get any damn thing?" he replied. "I mean, I can't do what he does. I wouldn't want the exposure that he has either. And he does it magnificently. But I would suspect that almost everybody of similar age to him in Hollywood owes their careers to him passing on whatever project it is."
To be fair, Bale is a star in his own right, acting in a number of movies from The Dark Knight and The Big Short to The Machinist and American Hustle. Not to mention, he's been nominated for an Oscar four times, taking home the gold for his supporting role in The Fighter in 2011. And last year, he filmed three different movies: The Pale Blue, Amsterdam and Thor: Love and Thunder.
Bale told reporters he has "zero strategy" for his success, adding he "never considered myself a leading man." The reason?
"It's just boring," he said. "You don't get the good parts. Even if I play a lead, I pretend I'm playing like, you know, the fourth, fifth character down, because you get more freedom. I also don't really think about the overall effect that [a character's] going to have. It's for me to play around, much like animals and children do. Have tunnel vision about what you're doing, not think about the effect you're having."
Forget acting, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's daughter might have another career in her future: party planning.
The couple's daughter Wyatt celebrated her birthday on Oct. 1 and Mila shared how the 8-year-old called all the shots when planning the festivities.
"She wanted a luau birthday pool party theme—cause we live in L.A. and the weather is always nice—and then she wanted a geode cake," Mila told James Corden and Clea DuVall on the Oct. 5 episode of The Late Late Show With James Corden. "No first it was a pineapple—but then when you give an 8-year-old options—don't do that—it turned into a geode teal cake."
Kunis, who also shares son Dimitri, 5, with the No Strings Attached actor, went on to detail what she thinks is an ingenuous kids' party idea.
"My girlfriend threw her daughter one of those escape room parties, except she threw all the kids in the escape room and the parents got to watch them try to escape," The Luckiest Girl Alive actor said, "I highly recommend it. Throw your kids into an escape room and if an apocalypse happens, they're the first to go. They have no idea what they are doing."
Life with kids is always an adventure, especially when they want to be wherever you are—even when you're in the bathroom. During an exclusive interview with reporters last month, Kunis revealed that her home has a no closed doors policy—including the bathroom.
"It's just one of those where, for better or for worse," the Black Swan actress said, "as a family and the kids have all kind of embodied bodily function as a very standard norm."
Kunis also admitted, "I'd never thought that I would be the person that was able to go to the bathroom with the door open."
So why did she and Kutcher adopt this policy? Kunis said that the door being open became necessary because her family was knocking and asking to come in. She added, "I was like, ‘Oh, forget it. Just keep the door open.'"
Open bathroom door policy aside, Kunis feels fortunate. "I'm so fortunate "I have a great relationship with my parents, a great relationship with my brother" she told reporters. "I have an amazing partner. I have two little munchkins, like, I am very lucky."
Exactly one week after Sarah Jessica Parker‘s stepfather, Paul Giffin Forste, died from “an unexpected and rapid illness” on Sept. 28, the actress was pictured back on the set of the Sex and the City revival series, And Just Like That. Production on Season 2 of HBO Max’s sequel had already started before the death of SJP’s stepfather, but after taking time to mourn with her family and promote Hocus Pocus 2, the actress hopped back into Carrie Bradshaw’s shoes and filmed a scene with Kristin Davis.
As seen in the photos, Sarah wore leather heels and cargo pants, while carrying a pigeon handbag by JW Anderson worth $890! She also posted a photo of her own on Instagram, while providing fans a closer look at the handbag, and captioned it with: “First exterior. Streets of NY. X, SJ”. The bag is actually reminiscent of one Carrie wore in a season of Sex and the City — if you recall, she once carried a Judith Lieber handbag shaped like a duck, so this is very on brand for Ms. Bradshaw.
As for Kristin, she was spotted wearing a black skirt and sheer top with a white collar and pink bow. She also had a huge smile on her face, so we think it’s safe to say that she’s happy to be back on set with her good friend, Sarah.
Sarah announced the death of her stepfather, who married her mother Barbra in 1969, with a statement on Sept. 29. Then, over the weekend, SJP posted a tribute to her stepfather on Instagram, saying, “Godspeed. RIP Strong like a bull. Til the end. At home and among all those who loved you dearly, you will be missed always. We will take good care of Mommy, who you worshipped for 54 years.”
Jennifer Aniston, 53, and Justin Theroux, 51, proved they’re still very friendly when they met up for a dinner at Laser Wolf in New York City on Sept. 30. The former couple, who were married from 2015 until 2018, were photographed sitting at a table in a restaurant with Howard Stern, his wife Beth, Jason Bateman, Jon Hamm and Jimmy Kimmel. The photo was shared on Reddit and made its way across social media, bringing on speculation that the two could be reigniting a spark.
Jennifer and Justin didn’t appear to be sitting near each other during the big group dinner but they all seemed relaxed as they engaged in conversation. An unidentified woman sat between the exes but it’s unclear if she was Justin’s date or just a friend of the group. “Jen is just STUNNING in real life!” the caption for the photo, which was posted by a social media user, read.
Once the photo made its way to Twitter, users couldn’t help but comment. “Jen and Justin out to dinner together!!!! Either they’re just really good friends or else they still love one another,” one user wrote. “If Jen gets back with Justin that would be the best thing to happen in 2022,” another gushed. A third shared, “This woman deserves all the happiness in the world.”
Jennifer and Justin’s latest outing together doesn’t come as too much of a surprise since they are known to still be good friends. They have publicly shared sweet birthday messages to each other on social media since their split and have spoken highly of one another in interviews. Their friendship has also been dubbed one of the best post-breakup friendships in Hollywood.
As their friendship rolls on, Jennifer admitted she’s ready to date again in Sept. 2021. The beauty admitted it can be difficult to find someone, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, in an interview on SiriusXM’s Lunch With Bruce podcast. “No one of importance has hit my radar yet. But I think it’s time. I think I’m ready to share myself with another. I didn’t want to for a long time, and I loved really, being my own woman,” she said.
Eva Mendes took to Instagram on Oct. 5 to show love to Ryan Gosling. She captioned a series of photos from his new Gucci campaign with a simple: “Ummm……YES PLEASE,” proving that even after 11 years together, and two kids, she’s still not immune to the Barbie star’s charms. In the first photo Ryan is sitting on the tailgate of a pick-up truck overflowing with monogrammed Gucci luggage. Wearing a mustard colored Gucci suit with a white button up shirt and a skinny tie, the 41-year-old award winner stares pensively into the distance, a half-eaten hamburger in his hand. In the second photo Ryan lounges in the sand, casually supporting himself against a pile of Gucci bags, while he reads a magazine. In the final photo of the series he rocks a tan double breasted Gucci suit and pushes a bell-hop cart loaded with, you guessed it, more Gucci luggage.
Eva, 47, has been with Ryan since 2011 and they share two daughters, Esmeralda, 7, and Amada, 6. They’re fiercely private when it comes to their kids, but in recent months Eva has been posting on social media more often to promote her partnership with Skura Style sponges and giving fans a glimpse into her enduring romance with Ryan. In August she shared a video of her top cleaning must-haves while promoting her new sponges, and she inadvertently revealed her phone background — and it’s a photo of Ryan.
Ryan doesn’t have any social media, but Eva is always quick to promote his projects to her nearly 3 million Instagram followers. In July she shared a clip of Ryan doing a promotional interview for his movie The Gray Man, which premiered on Netflix that same month. During the interview Ryan revealed the one thing he would eat for the rest of his life and he used it as a chance to give Eva’s mother a shout out. He said he’d choose Eva’s mom’s “arroz con leche,” a rice pudding. “It’s like an angel is crying on your tongue,” he grinned.
Although Eva never shares photos of her daughters, she did share a video from their recent trip to Central Park. Although it was just a video of herself and she kept her kids out of the frame, she did get very candid about her parenting style in a lengthy caption. “Can’t say Park Time with my kids is my favorite,” she wrote. “Probably because I worry a lot. (That’s a whole other post). But when I give in and play with them -it ends up being some of the best memories we create. Then add to that the life lessons learned on the playground -for them and for me. Invaluable. Are you guys into conscious parenting at all? I am.”
Ryan is just as devoted to their girls, and in a recent interview he opened up about his commitment to parenting and how he considers his kids when he chooses projects.“I’m like a dad first, and part of the reason for doing the film was this opportunity for us to go to these interesting places and be there with my kids,” he told reporters. “You know it’s funny, we went to France and we went everywhere — we went to the Louvre and all these things. And if I asked them now, ‘What was your favorite part about France?’ They will say, ‘The fruit plate at the hotel,’” he added.
Kanye West, 45, gave a shout-out to Justin Bieber, 28, after publicly acknowledging that his wife Hailey Bieber defended the Vogue editor he recently criticized. The rapper shared a screenshot of an E! Online headline talking about the model sticking up for Gabriella-Karefa Johnson, who spoke out against his “White Lives Matter” shirt, and asked the “Baby” crooner if he was “canceled” in the caption. “Wait Am I canceled again??? Justin please let me know,” the caption read.
The response brought on a large number of comments from Kanye’s followers, who wondered where the situation would lead next. “damn…this is getting interesting,” one follower wrote while another exclaimed, “No one can cancel Ye!” A third shared, “Justin please let him know” and a fourth wrote, “Justin let him know!!!”
Kanye’s latest post about Hailey and Justin comes one day after Hailey shared support for Gabriella after Kanye mocked and clapped back at her comments about his “White Lives Matter” shirts. “My respect for you runs deep my friend!,” she wrote on her Instagram Stories, adding that “to know you is to adore you and to work with you is an honor. the most kind. the most talented. the most fun. the most chic.”
Shortly after Kanye shared his message to Justin, he shared a lengthy statement that defended his shirts and called the people giving them “all the attention” from fashion week “programmed sheep.” He also wrote that the boots “Gab”, seemingly Gabriella, wore were “trash” and mentioned Justin once again at the end. “JUSTIN GET YOUR GIRL BEFORE I GET MAD,” he wrote.
Kanye’s latest headline-making moments are happening two days after he caused controversy by wearing the “White Lives Matter” t-shirt during a surprise Paris Fashion Week appearance for his Yeezy collection. Models at the show also wore the shirts and photos of the event were shared by the “Jesus Walks” creator himself. He also reportedly gave a speech about his Sept. falling out with brands like Gap and Adidas and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian‘s 2016 robbery in Paris.
In addition to the controversy, Kanye received support from some people, including fans and familiar faces like right-wing political commentator Candace Owens. She took to Twitter to share a smiling photo of her and Kanye standing in the shirts and although she didn’t add a caption, it brought on both supportive and non-supportive responses in the comments section. “All lives matter,” one follower wrote while another wrote, “Cool shirt I like all variations of the saying. End of day, it’s just a shirt. People please don’t get all tangled up with this. #AllLivesMatter #PeaceAndLove.”