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January 22, 2022 at 11:15 a.m. PST
The Marvel Universe is in mourning after the death of French actor Gaspard Ulliel, who played Midnight Man in Marvel’s upcoming “Moon Knight” series, on January 19 following a skiing accident in the French Alps. , reported the AFP news agency. Variety reported that, according to AFP, Gaspard – a two-time César (the French version of the Oscars) winner – was airlifted by helicopter to a hospital in Grenoble, France, after suffering severe head trauma when he collided with another skier at the intersection of two slopes on January 18.
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Things have officially exploded between Britney Spears and her sister Jamie Lynn Spears. The two women publicly feuded throughout the week as Jamie Lynn promoted her new memoir, ‘Things I Should Have Said’. On January 17, Brit’s legal team sent a letter to her sister asking her to “cease and desist from making derogatory references to Britney during [the] promotional campaign. “Legal action was threatened. Then, in an Instagram post on January 18, the pop star ripped into her younger sister, saying she had lived a lavish life in her youth while Brit arrested her and supported family.”I’m sorry Jamie Lynn, I wasn’t strong enough to do what should have been done…i slapped you and mom on your fucking faces!!!!” Brit wrote, later calling her sister a “little selfish brat.” Then Jamie’s team fired back. “In your letter, you state that Britney is going to take the ‘high road,'” Jamie Lynn’s attorney wrote. you know from previous social media posts, Jamie Lynn had her children violently. threatened, and we have no doubt that these new intimidating and threatening social media posts will lead to similar threats of violence. To be clear, social media posts that include the cyberbull[y]ing that cause death threats to Jamie Lynn and his family, is neither the ‘high road’ nor anything that will be tolerated.”
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One and it’s done. After just a year of marriage to Dan Hayhurst, Pamela Anderson is divorcing…again…for the fifth time. Rolling Stone reported on Jan. 20 that the former “Baywatch” girl and Dan, who tied the knot on Christmas Eve 2020 at her Vancouver estate, are going their separate ways. “Pamela loves as genuinely as she lives,” said the source, who called the brief union a “pandemic whirlwind” that died down. Pam reportedly filed for divorce in her native Canada, where she and Dan lived.
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Jessica Alba was “awful” to work with 20 years ago, a former co-star said this week. Jensen Ackles and the Honest Company founder co-starred in James Cameron’s debut sci-fi show “Dark Angel.” To say the two didn’t see eye to eye during their time on set would be putting it lightly. “She was awful,” Jensen said of Michael Rosenbaum”inside of youpodcast, quickly noting that he wasn’t kidding. “I said that to his face.” The ‘Supernatural’ actor acknowledged that the actress was “under immense pressure on this show.” the block and I was harassed by the chief… Like the worst kind of quarrels that a brother and a sister could have. She resented me.” Jensen soon began calling out Jessica for her alleged shenanigans and earned her respect. He now says he “loves” her.
Shortly after Simon Cowell popped the question to his longtime partner Lauren Silverman, a report claimed the two were ridiculously in love. However, a few days after that, another report alleged that the “America’s Got Talent” judge was forced to propose. “Around Christmas, I know she was talking about [getting engaged], and he refused,” a source told Page Six. “They had reached a difficult point in the relationship — you could call it a crisis. There was misery. Maybe she had made it clear that she wasn’t going to stay unless they got married. 2014. “But then he put it in a safe and made it clear he didn’t want to get married after all,” the source said. “She’s a nice middle-class girl and she always wanted to get married. Her mum said she trusted Simon to ‘do the right thing’ before Eric was born. Well, she has been waiting for a long time – and so has Lauren.”
Vegas will wait
Just 24 hours before taking the stage, Adele suspended her residency show in Las Vegas. In a tearful Instagram announcement she posted on Jan. 20, the singer said “the show isn’t ready.” “Weekends With Adele” was scheduled to debut January 21 at Caesars Palace. “We tried everything we absolutely could to get it up and running on time and to get it good enough for you, but we were absolutely destroyed by shipping delays and COVID,” she said. holding back her tears. “It was impossible to finish the show. I’m gutted.” The “Easy On Me” singer has promised to do the show well and reschedule all the dates.
Just three days after his rep confirmed to TMZ that Emmy-winning comedian Louie Anderson was in a Las Vegas hospital battling diffuse large B-cell lymphoma — an aggressive cancer that’s the most common type of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma – the comedian died on January 21 of complications from the disease. The former “Family Feud” host was 68.
Amy Schumer is closer to being the woman she wants to be. On January 18, the comedian took to Instagram to share two Pictures of herself in a black swimsuit on a beach. In the caption, Amy – who in 2021 had her uterus and appendix removed following her painful battle with endometriosis – revealed she had also tried liposuction. “I feel great. Finally. It’s been a journey, thank you for helping me regain my strength @seckinmd (endo) @jordanternermd (lipo) never thought I’d do anything other than talk to myself after that your uterus hasn’t contracted for 2.5 years and you’re 40. @paulvincent22 vickie Lee (acupuncture) my girlfriend Nicole from drug addiction my friends and family. Let’s go!” Amy wrote, adding in a post on her Instagram story that she weighed 170 pounds.
Another star has died of COVID-19. Musician and actor Meat Loaf died on January 20, 2022 at age 74, his manager confirmed, although he did not share a cause of death. TMZ reported that the Grammy winner who gave worldwide hits like “Bat Out of Hell”, “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” and “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” is died of complications from COVID-19. It is not known if the artist (real name: Marvin Lee Aday) – who also appeared in films like “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and “Fight Club” – was vaccinated, although he publicly criticized the masks and what he called being “controlled”, he told the Pittsburgh Post Gazette in 2021.