Martin Scorsese almost quit making movies after working with Harvey Weinstein: 'I decided it was over'
Legendary director Martin Scorsese came close to quitting Hollywood during a peak time in his career in the early 2000s.
In a recent GQ interview, the director revealed working on 2002’s "Gangs of New York," starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Cameron Diaz and Daniel Day-Lewis, left him frustrated due to interference from disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein.
"I realized that I couldn’t work if I had to make films that way ever again," Scorsese told the outlet. "If that was the only way that I was able to be allowed to make films, then I’d have to stop. Because the results weren’t satisfying. It was at times extremely difficult, and I wouldn’t survive it. I’d be dead. And so I decided it was over, really."
Weinstein’s company, Miramax, had the rights to "Gangs of New York," a long-time passion project for Scorsese, and the two reportedly clashed behind the scenes.
"There were reports of numerous points of friction, such as Weinstein turning up on set and harrying Scorsese to work faster; or that Weinstein was unhappy with Day-Lewis’s less-than-attractive get-up in the film, which he claimed just wouldn’t look good on a poster," according to a report in The Independent last year.
It reportedly got so heated Scorsese flipped over a desk during a meeting about the name of the gang in the movie, the Dead Rabbits, which Weinstein didn’t like.
According to The Independent, the film’s executive producer, Michael Hausman, warned Weinstein's team not to bring up the name, "but during a meeting with Weinstein’s assistant, the topic came up."
"When the meeting started, the first thing out of his mouth was that Harvey doesn’t like the name, Dead Rabbits" Hausman said. "Marty went over and threw a desk upside down – with a PA’s computer on – and ran out of the room. We didn’t see him for the rest of the day."
Despite the frustrations, he made his next film, "The Aviator," starring DiCaprio as Howard Hughes, but he was stuck working with Weinstein and Miramax again because they co-distributed the film alongside Warner Bros.
"And I was against that. There was a meeting, and I was forced into that position," Scorsese said. "I’d already been, uh, made pregnant, as they said. And there’s no way you’re getting out of it.
"But the shoot went well, the editing went well until the last couple of weeks of editing. And they came in and did some things that I felt were extremely mean."
According to the "Taxi Driver" director, Warner Bros. and Miramax cut off funding for the film, and he completed it with $500,000 of his own money.
The experience left him considering quitting.
"I just said, ‘I’m no longer making films.,'" he recalled in the interview.
However, he went on to make 2006’s "The Departed" starring DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Mark Wahlberg and Jack Nicholson.
"The Departed" tells the story of police and mafia characters deeply entrenched in each other’s worlds, accompanied by intense violence that doesn’t leave many characters alive by the end.
According to Scorsese, Warner Bros. asked if the leads, played by DiCaprio and Damon, could live.
"What they wanted was a franchise. It wasn’t about a moral issue of a person living or dying," he said.
Scorsese also recalled a test screening where both the audience and filmmakers left happy, but not the studio.
"And then the studio guys walked out, and they were very sad because they just didn’t want that movie. They wanted the franchise. Which means: I can’t work here anymore."
"The Departed" earned five Oscar nominations and won Scorsese best director and best picture.
Many felt the honor was long overdue based on his previous films, including the films he struggled with Weinstein over — "Gangs of New York," which had earned 10 Oscar nominations, and "The Aviator," which earned 11, including a best supporting actress win for Cate Blanchett.
But Scorsese, who has been nominated nine times for best director with one win for "The Departed," told GQ he didn’t continue making films in search of awards.
After he didn’t earn an Oscar for "Raging Bull," Scorsese said he "understood that that wasn’t my lot in life. But I always said this: Just be quiet and make the movies. You can’t make a movie for an award. Sure, I would’ve liked it, but like, so what? I mean, I had to go on and make pictures.
"I don’t live — you have to live in a community that is really an industry. You have to be part of the industry in such a way. …. I don’t know if I think like them. I just mind my own business here."
The director’s next film, "Killers of the Flower Moon," reunited Scorsese with DiCaprio for their sixth film together and De Niro and Scorsese for their 11th.
Based on David Grann’s nonfiction bestseller of the same name, it tells the true story of the murders of members of the Osage Nation in Oklahoma by White settlers in the 1920s after recently discovered oil makes the Osage people some of the richest in the country.
DiCaprio plays a World War I veteran who returns home to work for his uncle (De Niro) and marries an Osage woman, played by Lily Gladstone, who is eventually pulled into the greed and violence perpetrated against the tribe.
"Killers of the Flower Moon" is set to hit theaters Oct. 20 and later stream on AppleTV+.
Legendary actor Michael Caine is back.
The two-time Academy Award winner recently walked the red carpet for the London premiere of his new movie "The Great Escaper," marking the 90-year-old actor's first appearance on a carpet in over two years.
Here is a look at a few other stars – 90 and above – proving age is just a number, with some still working in Hollywood.
Throughout his five decades as an actor, 90-year-old Caine has won two Academy Awards, one BAFTA, three Golden Globe Awards and three SAG Awards. His breakthrough in film came in the 1960s, when he starred in the movies "Zulu," "The Battle of Britain," "The Italian Job," "Gambit" and "Alfie."
He received many of his award nominations in the '70s and ’80s for starring in "Sleuth," "Beyond the Limit," "Educating Rita," "Hannah and her Sister," "Jack the Ripper" and "Dirty Rotten Scoundrel." During the 1990s, he appeared in "Jekyll and Hyde," "Little Voice" and "Cider House Rules."
The 2000s did not see Caine slowing down either, with the actor starring in "Miss Congeniality," "Batman Begins," "The Quiet American," "The Prestige," "The Dark Knight," "Inception," "The Dark Knight Rises," "Now You See Me," "Interstellar" and "Tenent."
In his new movie, "The Great Escaper," Caine plays a World War II veteran who escapes from his care home to attend a commemoration event for the 70th anniversary of D-Day. It is set to open in theaters on Oct. 6.
Caine was married to Patricia Haines from 1954 to 1958, and they had a daughter named Dominique. He has been married to Shakira Baksh since 1973, and they have a daughter, Natasha Haleema.
Legendary actor, filmmaker and playwright Mel Brooks is one of 18 entertainers to achieve "EGOT" status by winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award.
The 97-year-old icon got his start as a comedy writer on the variety show, "Your Show of Shows," before creating the hit show "Get Smart." He went on to direct, write and appear in very successful films, including "The Producers," "Blazing Saddles," "Young Frankenstein," "The Twelve Chairs," High Anxiety," "History of the World: Part 1" and "Spaceballs."
Later, he voiced a character on "The Electric Company," "The Muppet Movie," "Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks," "Hotel Transylvania 2" and "Hotel Transylvania 3," "Toy Story 4," and appeared in "History of the World: Part II" and "Only Murders in the Building." He also released seven comedy albums and wrote on the soundtracks of five movies.
Brooks was married to Florence Baum from 1953 to 1962, and they had three kids, Stephanie, Nicky, and Eddie. He was then married to Anne Bancroft from 1964 until her death in 2005. They have one child, Max.
Ninety one-year-old actress Rita Moreno has also achieved EGOT status. She began acting in the '50s, with supporting roles in "Singing in the Rain" and "The King and I" before getting her breakthrough with her Oscar-winning performance as Anita in "West Side Story."
She took a small break from acting, before starring in "Popi," "Carnal Knowledge," the Broadway play "The Ritz," later starring in "The Electric Company," "The Muppet Show" and "Nine to Five." After appearing as a guest on TV for a few years, she starred in "Where on Earth Is Carmen San Diego" and "Oz" on HBO.
Later, she starred on "Cane," "Happily Divorced," "Rio 2," "Nina's World" and "One Day at a Time." She then starred in the 2021 remake of "West Side Story," "80 for Brady" and "Fast X."
Moreno had an on-again-off-again relationship with Marlon Brando from 1954 to 1962. She then married Leonard Gordon in 1965 until his death in 2010. They have one daughter, Fernanda, and two grandsons.
Bob Newhart got his start as a comedian, capturing audiences with his comedy album, "The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart," shifting to acting in 1972 in "The Bob Newhart Show." The 94-year-old legend went on to win three Grammy Awards, an Emmy and a Golden Globe Award.
The actor then went on to star in "Newhart," "Bob" and "George & Leo," before appearing in the movies "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde" and "Elf." He went on to appear in "Horrible Bosses," "Hot in Cleveland," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Young Sheldon."
While acting, he also released the comedy albums, "The Button-Down Mind Strikes Back," "Behind the Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart," "Bob Newhart Faces Bob Newhart" and "The Windmills Are Weakening."
Newhart married Virginia Lillian "Ginnie" Quinn in 1963 and were together until her death in April 2023. They have four children, Robert, Timothy, Jennifer and Courtney.
When Newhart turned 90-years-old in 2019, he told Closer Weekly he doesn't think he'll ever retire, saying, "I don’t think I’ll ever stop performing. It’s in my blood."
Dick Van Dyke won a Tony Award in 1961 as a member of the original cast of "Bye Bye Birdie," before becoming a household name after starring in "The Dick Van Dyke Show" from 1961 to 1966. In that time, he starred in "Mary Poppins" and the film version of "Bye Bye Birdie."
He has received two Golden Globe nominations, won four Emmy Awards, received a Kennedy Center Honor and was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame. Later, he starred in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," "The Comic," "The New Dick Van Dyke Show," "Diagnosis Murder," and the various TV movies based on the show.
He then starred in "Night at the Museum" and its sequel, "Curious George," "Mary Poppins Returns" and "Days of Our Lives." Earlier this year, Van Dyke competed on FOX's "The Masked Singer."
Van Dyke married Margerie Willett in 1948 and after a long separation, they divorced in 1984. They had four children, Christian, Barry, Stacy and Carrie Beth. He was in a relationship with Michelle Triola Marvin from 1976 until her death in 2009. He married Arlene Silver in 2012.
The now 93-year-old Tippi Hedren was a model before getting discovered by Alfred Hitchcock and getting starring roles in his films "The Birds" and "Marnie," the former earning her a Golden Globe Award.
She later starred in "A Countess from Hong Kong," "Tiger by the Tail," "Roar," "Pacific Heights" and "The Bold and the Beautiful." After appearing in a series of TV movies and as a guest on a few shows, Hedren starred in "The Birds II: Land's Edge," "Citizen Ruth," "Dream On" and "I Heart Huckabees."
She continued to act, starring in "Diamond Zero," "Dead Write," "Free Samples," "Return to Babylon" and "Something Horrible."
Hedren was married to Peter Griffith from 1952 to 1960, and they had one daughter, Melanie Griffith, who is an Academy Award nominated actress. Griffith's daughter Dakota Johnson is also a famous actress. In November, Griffith posted a photo of her and her mom cuddling on the couch, writing "thankful that my Mom is still here with us" in the caption.
Hedren went on to marry Noel Marshal from 1964 to 1982 and Luis Barrenechea from 1985 to 1992.
Everyone's favorite teacher, 96-year-old William Daniels got his start on Broadway, where he stayed for decades before making his film debut in 1963's "Ladybug Ladybug." He went on to star in "A Thousand Clowns," "Captain Nice," "The Graduate" and "Marlowe."
Later, he starred in "The Adams Chronicles," "Oh, God," "The Nancy Walker Show" and "The Blue Lagoon," before starring in "Knight Rider" and "St. Elsewhere," a role which earned him two Emmy Awards. From 1993 to 2000, Daniels starred as Mr. Feeney in "Boy Meets World," the role he is most recognized for.
He later appeared in "Blades of Glory," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Girl Meets World." He recently made an appearance at 90s Con, along with the rest of the "Boy Meets World" cast.
Daniels married actress Bonnie Bartlett in 1951, and together they adopted two kids, Michael and Robert.
Clint Eastwood starred in a few movies, such as "Star in the Dust" and "Lafayette Escadrille," before gaining widespread recognition for "Rawhide." Throughout his career, he has won four Academy Awards and three Golden Globes.
His name is synonymous with westerns, as he starred in many, including "Paint Your Wagon," "Joe Kidd," "Bronco Billy," "Hang 'Em High" and "Two Mules for Sister Sara." He also starred in "Pale Rider," "The Rookie," "Million Dollar Baby," "The Bridges of Madison County," "Gran Torino," "The Mule" and "Cry Macho."
Eastwood has directed and produced many successful films, in which he also either starred or appeared in, including "Dirty Harry," "Sudden Impact," "Unforgiven," "True Crime," "Mystic River," "Invictus" and "American Sniper." He currently has a project in production called "Juror #2."
Eastwood was married to Maggie Johnson from 1953 to 1984 and Dina Ruiz from 1996 to 2014. He has eight children, Scott, Kyle, Francesca, Alison, Morgan, Kimber, Kathryn and Laurie.
Barbara Eden, 92, began her acting career in 1956 with guest appearances, before getting a starring role in "How to Marry a Millionaire." She continued to act in films, such as "The Yellow Canary" and "The Confession," before starring in her most iconic role, in "I Dream of Jeannie."
Later, she starred in "Flaming Star," "Harper Valley P.T.A.," "I Dream of Jeannie... Fifteen Years Later," "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" and "Loco Love." Most recently, she appeared in "My Adventures with Santa." She's also released three books and two studio albums.
Eden was married to Michael Ansara from 1958 to 1974, and they had one son, Matthew. She later married Charles Fegert from 1977 to 1982, and then Jon Eicholtz in 1991.
She recently spoke with Fox News Digital about her friendship with Elvis Presley and the relationship advice she gave him.
In his career spanning seven decades, 92-year-old William Shatner is best known for originating the character of Captain Kirk on screen in the 1966 series "Star Trek." He would go on to play the character in the first seven movies in the franchise, ending with "Star Trek Generations."
Following the end of the series, he appeared as a guest on various shows, before starring in "A Whale of a Tale," "Land of No Return," "Visiting Hours," "Loaded Weapon 1," "TekWar," "A Twist in the Tale" and "Miss Congeniality" and its sequel. He later starred in "Boston Legal," for which he won an Emmy.
In October 2021, Shatner became the oldest person to fly into space, when he participated in Blue Origin NS-18's second spaceflight.
Shatner was married to Gloria Rand from 1956 to 1969, and they have three children Leslie, Lisabeth and Melanie. He later married Marcy Lafferty from 1973 to 1996, Nerine Kidd from 1997 until her death in 1999, and Elizabeth Anderson Martin from 2001 to 2020.
"The King of Queens" recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The popular show followed the lives of a delivery driver and his middle-class family in Queens, New York. Kevin James played Doug Heffernan; Leah Remini portrayed his wife, Carrie; and Carrie's quirky father, Arthur, was played by the late Jerry Stiller. The beloved sitcom debuted on CBS on Sept. 21, 1998. After nine seasons, the popular series ended on May 14, 2007.
James and Remini reminisced about the milestone and shared some of their favorite memories of the show on social media.
"25 years ago today, we aired. I am so incredibly blessed to have taken this ride with the insanely talented @leahremini and Jerry Stiller. I love you both so much… and thank you to the GREATEST FANS in the world," James penned on Instagram with a cover photo of the television show.
Remini took a trip down memory lane as she laughed at old memes that resurfaced of her on-screen husband, James.
Here is what the cast has been up to since the end of the show.
Kevin James, 58, first rose to fame after he played the role of Doug Heffernan for nine years on "The King of Queens."
In 2006, James received an Emmy Award nomination for the popular sitcom, for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series. After the show ended, James and Remini collaborated on the spinoff "Kevin Can Wait" in 2016. That sitcom ended in 2018.
James continued his career by starring in several popular film comedies, including "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," "Grown Ups," featuring Adam Sandler, and the 2011 movie "Zookeeper."
In 2001, he met his now-wife, Filipino model Steffiana de la Cruz. The couple tied the knot in 2004 and share four kids together. In 2005, James and de la Cruz welcomed their first child, daughter Sienna-Marie. Two years later, another baby girl, Shea Joelle, was born.
In 2011, the pair had their first son, Kannon Valentine. Four years later, they welcomed another daughter, Sistine Sabella.
Several days after the "King of Queens" anniversary, James took to Instagram to share a photo of his viral meme to promote his upcoming comedy tour.
"So happy I found this headshot," he captioned his social media post.
Leah Remini, 53, played James' on-screen wife, Carrie, a legal secretary, on "The King of Queens."
Remini celebrated the show's 25th anniversary and revealed that joining the sitcom changed her life.
"Today marks the 25th anniversary of the King of Queens," she captioned a video clip of her and James on the show.
"By the time I signed on as Carrie Heffernan, I had been to hundreds of auditions, was cast in many pilots and some short-lived series, and was finally offered ‘The King of Queens,’" she continued.
"As soon as production started on season one, I knew I was home, and I am blessed to say I was part of a truly special show that went on for nine seasons and 207 episodes and still lives on successfully in syndication."
Remini went on to shout out the cast members who made her time memorable and made her "laugh every day," including James, Stiller, Gary Valentine, Patton Oswalt, Victor Williams and Nicole Sullivan.
After joining James in the "King of Queens" spinoff "Kevin Can Wait," Remini was one of the hosts on the daytime show "The Talk," with Sara Gilbert, Julie Chen, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete and Marissa Jaret Winokur.
She continued acting in television, starring in shows including "In the Motherhood" and "Family Tools."
Remini was a member of the Church of Scientology in 1979 and left in 2013. She shared her experience in her book, "Troublemaker," and continues to be outspoken about the church. Remini recently said she was "relieved" that actor and Scientologist Danny Masterson was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison after being convicted of rape.
She additionally competed on season 17 of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" alongside pro Tony Dovolani, finishing in fifth place.
Remini recently judged season 17 of "So You Think You Can Dance."
Jerry Stiller played Arthur Spooner, the eccentric father of Remini's character Carrie, who lived with her and her husband Doug.
Before starring in "The King of Queens," Stiller, who started his career in the 1950s alongside his wife Anne Meara, had a resurgence in the '90s with his iconic character Frank Costanza on the television show "Seinfeld."
He wrote an autobiography, "Married to Laughter," about his 50-plus-year marriage to Meara, who died in 2015. Stiller and Meara were considered a top comedy act in the '60s, appearing on "The Ed Sullivan Show" approximately 36 times.
In 2001, he appeared in the hit comedy "Zoolander," which his son, Ben Stiller, starred in and directed. He played Zoolander’s manager, Maury Ballstein.
In May 2020, Stiller died of natural causes. He was 92.
Gary Valentine portrayed James' on-screen cousin, Danny Heffernan. Valentine is James' older brother in real life and also starred on the "King of Queens" spinoff "Kevin Can Wait."
He has also featured in several other projects with James including "Home Team," "Here Comes the Boom," "I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry," "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" and "Zookeeper."
Patton Oswalt played Doug Heffernan's nerdy friend Spencer "Spence" Olchin on "The King of Queens." After he starred on the popular sitcom, Oswalt was featured on "A.P. Bio" and narrated the sitcom "The Goldbergs." He also did the voiceover for the lead character of Remy in Pixar’s "Ratatouille." His other film credits include "Young Adult," Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and "Eternals."
In 2016, Oswalt won an Emmy for his Netflix special "Talking for Clapping."
Playing Doug Heffernan's best friend and co-worker on "The King of Queens," Victor Williams portrayed Deacon Palmer.
Williams went on to star on several other television series such as "Sneaky Pete," "Flight of the Conchords," "The Affair" and "Happy Together."
His film credits include "Cop Land," "November Criminals" and "The Animatrix."
Aside from his TV series and film projects, Williams has been featured in commercial gigs, including ads for Verizon Fios.
Nicole Sullivan played Holly Shumpert on "The King of Queens." Her character was hired by James and Remini's characters to look after their on-screen father, played by Stiller.
Sullivan's profession on the show was a dog walker; however, her job required her to accompany Stiller's character on walks, as well.
Sullivan was also a cast member on "MADtv" for six seasons.
Her other film and TV credits include "Scrubs," "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command," "Kim Possible" and "Family Guy."
In 2012, Sullivan was featured on "Cougar Town" and appeared on "Black-ish" from 2014 to 2022.
Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce's romance has 'real potential': 'They both have strong family values,' expert says
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have been dominating headlines and sparking an internet frenzy since the superstar attended a Kansas City Chiefs-Chicago Bears football game Sept. 24, and a dating expert is weighing in on why the public is so invested.
Swift was seen in a luxury suite at Arrowhead Stadium for the game with Kelce's mother, Donna, wearing Chiefs gear and cheering on the tight end. Following the game, Kelce and Swift were spotted leaving together in his convertible.
Kelce first shared his interest in Swift after attending her Eras Tour stop in Kansas City. After the show, he revealed he had made a friendship bracelet, a must-have for Swift's show, with his phone number on it, but he didn't get a chance to give it to her.
Swift's loyal fan base appears to be in support of her romance with the NFL star after her split from Joe Alwyn, her longest relationship to date. She also recently dated The 1975 frontman Matty Healy.
Alessandra Conti, a celebrity matchmaker, told Fox News Digital she believes "Taylor and Travis are absolutely in the beginning stages of a romantic relationship."
Speaking on why the public — specifically Swift fans — are reacting so positively to the star's new rumored romance, Conti said, "Swifties are rooting for Taylor and genuinely want Taylor to be happy.
"Fans are also rejoicing about the public nature of this relationship; for six-plus years, Taylor kept details of her personal life completely out of the public eye, with the exception of her songs, of course. Taylor fans are excited to see Taylor with a man who is pursuing her so publicly."
There has been chatter online whether Taylor and Travis make a good couple. According to Conti, "the pairing is a total nod to the classic Americana theme that Taylor sings about."
"As a couple, it is clear that there is real potential here," Conti said. "In terms of compatibility, age-wise, they are both 33 and are most likely at the chapter of life where they are dating with the intention of finding their forever partner to start a family with. They both have strong family values; Travis was raised in the Midwest, and Taylor spent a majority of her younger formative years in Tennessee."
Swift has been in several relationships since she became a household name. However, according to Conti, Kelce's public pursuit of Swift is why her fans are responding so positively to this new rumored romance.
"This is also the first time the public is seeing a man actively pursue Taylor Swift," she said. "A lot of A-list celebrity women have major issues with finding a partner because a majority of men are intimidated by pursuing a woman at such a high level. And they have the misconception that these women are bombarded with actual suitors, which is simply not the case, or I wouldn't have a job in Hollywood."
As rumors swirl around Kelce and Swift, here's a look at the pop star's relationship timeline, leading up to this potential pairing.
Swift and Jonas dated from July 2008 to October 2008, when he infamously called it off with a 25-second phone call.
He reportedly inspired the songs "Last Kiss" on her album "Speak Now," and "Forever and Always" on "Fearless."
The actor and singer dated in 2009 after meeting on the set of Swift's music video for "You Belong With Me."
Till spoke about the relationship with MTV in 2009.
"We dated for a little bit. But there was no friction because we were too nice. We just really both liked each other," he said.
"[But] most relationships work out ’cause you get along, and then you don’t, and then you make up, and it’s passionate. And with us, I really just liked her as a friend. That’s the only reason that didn’t work out."
Swift and "Twilight" star Taylor Lautner dated in the fall of 2009. They co-starred in the movie "Valentine's Day."
Lautner inspired the song "Back to December." There seems to be no animosity between the exes as the actor attended the Kansas City show of Taylor's Eras Tour.
Lautner appeared on stage and hugged Swift before back-flipping off the stage. This was a nod to a scene from "Valentine's Day."
The two musicians briefly dated from December 2009 to February 2010 after collaborating on the song, "Half of My Heart."
The songs "Dear John," "Ours" and "I Knew You Were Trouble" are rumored to be about Mayer.
Mayer reacted to the "Dear John" lyrics in an interview with Rolling Stone in 2012.
"I never got an email," he said. "I never got a phone call. I was really caught off guard, and it really humiliated me at a time when I’d already been dressed down. I mean, how would you feel if, at the lowest you’ve ever been, someone kicked you even lower?"
The former couple dated from October 2010 to January 2011. Many songs on Swift's 2012 album "Red" were rumored to be about him.
Fans have always been particularly interested in Swift singing about leaving a red scarf at Jake's famous sister Maggie's house and never getting it back.
The two singers dated from November 2012 to January 2013, and he was Swift's source of inspiration for "Out of the Woods" and "Style."
Swift and the deejay dated from February 2015 to May 2016 and went public at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.
The songs "I Did Something Bad" and "Getaway Car" are supposedly about him.
The Marvel star and Swift dated briefly from May 2016 to September 2016 as they jetted around the world from England to Australia. They met at the 2016 Met Gala.
"Getaway Car" is thought to be about Hiddleston.
Swift and Alwyn began dating in May 2017. In her 2020 documentary, "Miss Americana," Swift recalls falling for the English actor.
"I also was falling in love with someone who had a wonderfully normal, balanced life," she said. "We decided together we wanted our relationship to be private."
They rarely made public comments about each other, but her 2019 album "Lover" was inspired by him, and they even wrote songs together ("Betty" and "Exile") for her 2021 album "folklore" under the pseudonym "William Bowery."
Taylor's relationship with Alwyn was her longest to date. Reports surfaced in April the couple called it quits after six years together.
A month after her split from Alwyn, reports surfaced that Taylor began dating Matty Healy.
In June, a source told People magazine of the breakup. "She had fun with him, but it was always casual. They are no longer romantically involved."
Earlier this year, Travis Kelce revealed he made a friendship bracelet for Swift with his phone number on it and intended to give it to her during her Eras Tour stop in Kansas City.
He made the revelation during the "New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce" podcast in July. Fast-forward to last Sunday when Swift attended the Kansas City Chiefs' game at Arrowhead Stadium. The internet began exploding over the possibility of the pair being a couple.
"The public has never experienced a partner of Taylor's being quite as vocal as Travis has been; he has a podcast with his brother where he commented on the budding relationship and even has been answering tweets regarding the pairing," Conti said.
Conti noted that since both Swift and Kelce are masters at their crafts they would be a powerhouse couple.
"They are both incredibly hardworking and driven in their respective fields, and at the height of their careers; Taylor is on a record-breaking world tour, and Travis is a top NFL tight end."
'Golden Bachelor's' Gerry Turner reflects on wild first night and the surprising moment that 'embarrassed' him
"The Golden Bachelor" star Gerry Turner opened up about meeting the 22 women who were vying for his heart following the show's premiere on Thursday.
In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, the 72-year-old widower shared his thoughts on the episode's biggest moments including his "quick" connection to some of the women, the one limo arrival that "embarrassed" him and the surprise cameo from Jimmy Kimmel's aunt Concetta "Chippy" Potenza, 84.
Turner, who ultimately sent six of the contestants home, told the outlet that the "variety of entrances" made by the women was the highlight of the night for him.
"That was a night that I had looked forward to for so long. I was really thrilled for it to finally arrive, and it was immensely fun to watch all the women get out of the limousines," the retired restaurateur said.
In keeping with "Bachelor" tradition, a number of the women hoping to make a lasting impression on Turner staged attention-grabbing limo entrances complete with costumes, props, gags and stunts.
Leslie, 72, pushed a walker while wearing a gray wig and nightgown as she met Turner. The fitness instructor then stood upright, threw the walker aside and ripped the wig and nightgown off to reveal her long brown hair and strapless black dress.
April, 65, arrived carrying a basket of eggs and then danced around Turner as she clucked like a chicken. The therapist later became the first contestant to pull Turner aside for a one-on-one conversation during which she gave him a handmade calendar that was filled only with the month of April and featured photos of herself on every page.
70-year-old Theresa greeted Turner in a robe before telling him that she had her birthday suit on since it was her birthday. Turner appeared nervous as she began to open her robe, but Theresa revealed that she was wearing a nude bodysuit underneath.
Renee, 67, met Turner in a cheerleading tracksuit and performed a routine for him with pom-poms while Edith, 60, popped a canister of golden confetti.
However, Turner admitted that it was contestant Sandra's entrance that left him "embarrassed." The 75-year-old retired executive assistant told Turner that she was "awfully nervous" and wanted to use a "zen practice" to help her calm down. Sandra then began to chant "F---" repeatedly as Turner laughed.
"I was embarrassed by that," Turner told the Hollywood Reporter. "I kept hoping that she was going to say a different word, and it repeated and repeated. So yeah, enough said."
However, Sandra was one of the 16 women who received a rose from Turner at the episode's conclusion.
Contestant Faith surprised Turner when she arrived at the mansion on a motorcycle. Turner referenced her entrance as he explained his decision to later give the 60-year-old high school teacher the "First Impression Rose."
"Of course, her entrance on a motorcycle stood out," Turner said. "Later, when I met her for a brief conversation, her singing really stood out. But I think the reason she got that first impression rose was the look in those soft brown eyes. That was really pretty wonderful."
During the episode, Turner kissed Faith, April and Theresa, the latter of whom he presented with a cupcake to celebrate her birthday. Prior to the premiere, Turner admitted that he had broken a promise he made to his daughters and granddaughters. The Indiana native revealed that he had previously assured his family that he would not kiss any of the women on night one.
Turner became a widower after his wife passed away suddenly in 2017 due to a bacterial infection. The two were high school sweethearts and had married in 1974.
During his interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Turner said he didn't find it "surprising at all" that he was open to exploring his relationships with the women through physical affection.
"I was there to find my forever partner, and I was willing to become a little vulnerable, a little open," he explained. "So when some of those feelings moved me and moved another one of the women for something like that, I didn’t hold back."
Turner also revealed that he almost gave Theresa the first impression rose. "Certainly, there was nothing negative about why she didn’t get the rose," he told THR.
He continued, "It’s more of a positive statement about Faith making the first impression. But with Theresa, it was a close second — I’ll say it that way. There were a number of women who made great entrances that night that could have won that first impression rose just as easily as Faith or Theresa."
During the episode, Kimmel's Aunt Chippy made a surprise appearance as a bonus contestant, telling Turner that she was "curious." Upon entering the mansion and meeting the other contestants, Aunt Chippy noted, "This ain't no 80-year-old club that's for sure."
Aunt Chippy was later seen sleeping on a sofa. Turner told THR that he found her cameo "very enjoyable."
"She was such a good sport, not only as she got out of the limo, but also later on, several hours later, she’s behind the mansion, sitting on a sofa," he recalled. "I stopped briefly to talk to her and complimented on her courage to do what she had done and so forth. Very enjoyable moment with her."
During the show's first rose ceremony, Turner eliminated six contestants including Patty James, the mother of "The Bachelor" alum Matt James. Turner, who admitted that he had been dreading the ceremony, teared up as the women left.
In his interview with THR, Turner said that he was "a little bit" taken aback by his emotional response after the rose ceremony.
"That was somewhat of a surprise, but in an energy — and emotionally charged night like that, feelings are bubbling just below the surface," he said.
Turner continued, "Getting to know the women as a group and how confident and poised and well-educated they were, the connection to them was quick, and it was deeper than someone would imagine just on such a short time. So having to send some of them home was extremely difficult at that point."
Though Turner revealed that the evening didn't end until 7:30 am the following morning, he remembered "being wide awake and energized still at that time and enjoying the opportunity to have conversations."
"I really liked it," he added.
However, Turner admitted that he faced some tougher times than he had anticipated while filming the show.
"I knew that each rose ceremony would be a very difficult moment. I’m probably a softie anyway, so of course those were very difficult evenings and ceremonies," he said.
Kellie Picker's late husband Kyle Jacobs was honored at a private memorial service last month after the musician's death by suicide at the age of 49 in February.
The three-hour celebration of life, held Aug. 21 at Franklin First United Methodist Church in Franklin, Tennessee, was attended by hundreds of mourners who paid tribute to the late songwriter and vocalist. Pickler, 37, did not appear to take part in the ceremony, which was livestreamed and can be viewed on YouTube.
"While this celebration was long in coming, it was necessary for us, his parents, to cope with the shock of his passing and to work through adjusting to this life without our beloved son," Jacobs' family wrote in a statement, per People magazine.
"Thus, Kyle's Celebration of Life was created and presented in a thoughtful and thorough way to best honor how Kyle lived his life."
"Kyle was a Lover of Life!" the statement continued. "He loved his family and his friends, and he earnestly showed love and brought joy to countless others he did not even know. Remembrances continue to come to us daily. He was known for his genuine, humble spirit and an ability to touch another person’s life in a moment.
"We would like to thank all of you who helped with the celebration, starting with the counsel, love, prayer and professionalism of our church family.
"Second, we wish to thank everyone who helped with putting this event together. The stories told, the songs sung and the love shared were a testament to Kyle and to how he was able to draw people together in friendship, work and fun!"
The ceremony opened with an invitation to prayer by Curb Records founder Mike Curb, who shared words of remembrance for Jacobs. The service included emotional speeches and musical performances by Jacobs' family, friends and colleagues. The celebration of life concluded with his song, "You Are With Me."
On Feb. 17, a representative for the Nashville Police Department confirmed in a statement to Fox News Digital that Jacobs had been found "deceased from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot in an upstairs bedroom/office."
According to the statement, Pickler "reported that she awoke a short time earlier, did not see her husband and began looking for him. After she and her personal assistant were unable to open the door to the upstairs bedroom/office, the assistant telephoned 911."
An autopsy report confirmed Jacobs' cause of death to be suicide, per People magazine. According to the outlet, toxicology results revealed Jacobs had no drugs in his system at the time of his death, though he had a history of "pseudoseizures, gastrointestinal bleeding, elevated liver enzymes and chronic alcohol use."
Six months after Jacobs' death, Pickler broke her silence in a statement to People magazine.
"One of the most beautiful lessons my husband taught me was in a moment of a crisis, if you don’t know what to do, ‘Do nothing, just be still.’ I have chosen to heed his advice," the country star said in August.
"Thank you to my family, friends and supporters, for the countless letters, calls and messages that you have sent my way.
"It has truly touched my soul, and it’s helping me get through the darkest time in my life. As many of you have told me, you are all in my prayers."
At the time, Pickler told the outlet she was planning an "intimate memorial for my husband, which will happen later this fall," adding "that is what Kyle would have wanted. Love & Blessings, Kellie."
Pickler and Jacobs announced their engagement after a year and a half of dating in 2010. They were married in a surprise ceremony on New Year's Day in 2011.
If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, please contact the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
Britney Spears admits social media is "addicting," but she's not taking it "too seriously."
Spears posted two photos with a man, identified by E! News as her pal and manager Cade Hudson, leaning in close to her and almost giving her a kiss on the cheek.
In the caption, she wrote, "I woke up and just cried because I felt grateful to be in such a beautiful place !!! Then I thought about my relation between my life and Instagram at the moment !!!"
She continued, without specifying her location, saying Instagram is "addicting... but in my personal opinion the moment you start to take yourself too seriously is when people quit !!!"
The "Baby One More Time" singer also addressed using apps like FaceTune to alter her photos on social media.
"Hey I'm not promoting FaceTune for the rest of my life but seriously when I have days of depression I look and see the new apps and it makes me feel silly !!! I'm like wow this is cool !!! I see things in a brighter way and so what if it's enhanced !!!" she said.
"I’m just trying to understand people that say they don't participate in it !!! Yet they’re on complete defense for some reason making accusations and downplaying it by saying all pictures are fake and are all retouched !!! Nothing is real … honestly who f---ing cares !!! If you’re so entitled and perfect why should you even care if someone is experimenting with apps on their phone ??? Why even mention it ??? If you’re so much better than that ??? But are you ??? Come on !!!"
Spears recently sparked alarm from fans and followers after she shared a video of herself dancing with knives on Instagram.
The Ventura County Sheriff's Department conducted a welfare check at Spears' home Wednesday after she shared the original video, Fox News Digital confirmed.
After the welfare check, Spears shared another video of herself dancing with knives and clarified they were fake.
"I know I spooked everyone with the last post, but these are fake knives that my team rented from Hand Prop shop in LA," she explained. "These are not real knives. No one needs to worry or call the police. I’m trying to imitate one of my favorite performers Shakira … a performance I was inspired by !!! Cheers to us bad girls who aren’t afraid to push boundaries and take risks."
In the post, Spears also made mention of her divorce from her husband of 14 months, Sam Asghari.
"I say this because I’m going through a divorce and having to reflect my past in a book was … let's just say not easy !!!" she said of her focus on "positive affirmations."
"I'm just saying !!! But I take one day at a time learning to breathe !!! Self love is so unbelievably important !!!" she added.
Spears is preparing to release her memoir, "The Woman in Me," Oct 24.
Paris Jackson is shutting down critical comments of her appearance on social media.
The only daughter of Michael Jackson attended the Christian Louboutin "Rouge Stiletto" Beauty Event during Paris Fashion Week and shared video of herself on the red carpet on Instagram earlier this week.
People responded to her look, a deep cut jumpsuit and a bold lip and eyeshadow look, with less than positive comments.
"OMG she looks so old I'm not a hater I like her but I don't remember the moment she took age that fast," wrote one person, who added, "no matter what she looks beautiful."
"She’s pretty but looks older then me lol," wrote another.
"Definitely look older than 25," said a third.
Others tried to defend her, saying the lighting intensified the look and made her appear older.
"Relax people the light is causing a shadow on her face. Why is old such a label for undesirable beauty standards anyway!? She is beautiful and deserves to be treated with kindness," someone wrote.
Jackson didn’t let the criticisms stop her from a cheeky response a short time later.
In a video, appearing without makeup and her hair in a messy bun, Jackson wrote, "this is no filter no makeup and regular lighting for the people that wrote really sh---y comments about how old and haggard I look in my last video.
"I am literally 25. Just young and haggard, thank you very much."
Jackson called out comments on her appearance in the past.
In a tribute video to her late father, she explained why she doesn’t always post about her father on his birthday. While doing so, she pulled her hair up into a bun. As she did that, she revealed some armpit hair that spurred trolls in the comments, accusing her of wanting to show off and claiming she wasn’t hygienic.
"I wasn’t tying my hair up to show off my armpit hair," Jackson wrote on X, formerly Twitter. "I’ve not shaved it for years and forget it’s there all the time. get over yourselves.
"I was pulling my hair up to show my glass cutting jawline."
Jada Pinkett Smith shared her thoughts on the arrest of a suspect in connection with the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur.
"Now I hope we can get some answers and have some closure. R.I.P. Pac," Pinkett Smith wrote on her Instagram story, accompanied by a white dove emoji.
Shakur, born Lesane Parish Crooks, was shot and killed on September 7, 1996, in Las Vegas in a drive-by shooting at the age of 25.
On Friday, police indicted Duane "Keffe D" Davis on the charge of open murder with the use of a deadly weapon along with a gang enhancement.
Chief Deputy District Attorney Marc DiGiacomo said a grand jury had been seated in the case for "several months." The district attorney described Davis as the "on-ground, on-site commander" who "ordered the death" of Shakur.
Pinkett Smith and the rapper met at the Baltimore School for the Arts in Maryland in the late 1980s and became close friends.
Earlier this month, the "Girls Trip" star shared a video of her and Shakur lip-syncing and dancing to "Parents Just Don’t Understand" by Will Smith in his Fresh Prince days, and DJ Jazzy Jeff, while teasing her memoir, "Worthy."
"I never would have imagined that this video would become a tangible memory, of the last time Pac and I, were simply kids together," she wrote in the caption.
She also noted that Smith became her eventual husband, writing, "Not in a million years would I have dreamed that the Fresh Prince and I would become, um, very acquainted," adding, "Not in a million years did I imagine three lives, their fates, would be so intertwined."
Though she and the late rapper had a close relationship, Pinkett Smith told People in 2017 that the two were never romantically involved.
That same year, she also revealed on a SiriusXM interview with Howard Stern that she had been a drug dealer when she and Shakur met and reiterated their relationship was based on survival rather than romance.
In an earlier Stern interview, she revealed that "there was no physical chemistry" between either of them, and they once kissed, but "it had to be the most disgusting kiss for both of us."
Though they were never a couple, Pinkett Smith said their relationship was close and complicated during a 2019 episode of her series "Red Table Talk."
"Him feeling like, 'You’re the only stability I got. I can’t afford for you to put that attention elsewhere. I need that stability.’ So for him, it was . . . we were an anchor for each other. So any time he felt like that anchor was threatened . . . oh my god," she recalled of their friendship.
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Sarah Ferguson expressed her shock and grief as she mourned the death of her former personal assistant, Jenean Chapman, who was murdered in Texas this week.
The 63-year-old Duchess of York paid tribute to Chapman in an Instagram post that she shared on Friday.
"I am shocked and saddened to learn that Jenean Chapman, who worked with me as my personal assistant many years ago, has been murdered in Dallas aged just 46. A suspect is in custody," Ferguson wrote.
She continued, "Jenean was loyal, hardworking, beautiful and fun and my heart breaks for her family and friends. I heard from her just a couple of months ago and she seemed so happy. Her family is raising money to transport her body back to New York City and pay for legal and funeral costs."
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"I will be making a donation and supporting the family in any way possible," Ferguson concluded.
According to Fox affiliate KDFW, Dallas police said that Chapman was found dead in a downtown Dallas apartment on Monday. On Tuesday, a medical examiner determined that her cause of death was homicide.
The outlet reported that James Patrick, 48, who had been identified as the prime suspect, was arrested by University of Texas police at a hospital on Wednesday and charged with Chapman's murder. Investigators would not disclose the reason why Patrick was hospitalized.
Chapman's sisters Nicole and Crystal told KDFW that Chapman and Patrick dated on and off for six years before marrying in July.
The two admitted that they were "completely blindsided" by the news of their sister's death and Patrick's arrest.
"We just know in the last year, the relationship got really rocky," Nicole told the outlet.
She went on to explain that Chapman moved to Patrick's home state of Texas five months ago. She said that the family was not present when Chapman and Patrick married last July.
"That’s why I use the word ‘blindsided.’ because we did not see this coming," Crystal said. "We knew that they had arguments, and that’s typical in relationships. It was a bit toxic, but we would never think it would be taken to this extreme where my sister would ultimately lose her life."
In an interview with the Dallas outlet NBC5, Crystal and Nicole praised their late sister and her achievements.
"She was a force to be reckoned with, she was a role model. She was an amazing person, and I still look up to her. I always look up to her as like what I wanted to accomplish in my corporate career," Nicole said.
They told the outlet that Chapman began working for Ferguson after graduating from Syracuse University with a TV, film and production degree.
"Her first job out of college was working with Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York," Crystal explained. "So she worked with the royal family as a personal assistant, and then from there, she worked at Def Jam, so she worked with the Simmons family."
Crystal and Nicole told NBC5 that Chapman's career took her from New York to San Francisco and then to Dallas.
"She was just an accomplished intellectual," Nicole said. "She was a kind person and compassionate. She had a heart of mush."
Actress Demi Moore arrived to the Saint Laurent fashion show in Paris wearing a sheer black dress with opaque fabric placed over her chest to cover her body. She paired the look with minimal jewelry, black sunglasses and black heels, wearing her long hair down in loose waves.
When she arrived to the fashion show, Moore posed for photos outside, where she experienced an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction. While adjusting her hair, the actress raised her arm, unwillingly lifting the fabric covering her chest. She didn't let it get her down, however, as she quickly adjusted her dress and carried on taking photos.
During the show, Moore was joined by celebrities like Kate Moss, Hailey Bieber, Austin Butler, Zoë Kravitz, Diane Kruger and many others.
Singer Cher attended the Balmain Womenswear Spring/Summer 2024 fashion show, wearing a long white jacket with black embroidery on the front and down the side. She wore a black crop top underneath and black pants.
The 77-year-old star sat front row at the show alongside her boyfriend, 36-year-old music executive Alexander "AE" Edwards. While the pair received criticism for their relationship due to their age difference, Cher continues to respond to critics, writing in a now deleted post on X, formerly Twitter, "LOVE DOESN'T KNOW MATH, IT SEES," followed by two heart emojis.
"On paper, it's kind of ridiculous," she said in a December 2022 appearance on "The Kelly Clarkson Show." "But in real life, we get along great. He's fabulous. And I don't give men qualities that they don't deserve."
Her appearance also comes as she's accused of kidnapping her son, Elijah Blue Allman, in November 2022, according to court documents previously obtained by Fox News Digital. The accusation was lobbed at the pop star and actress in divorce documents filed by Allman's estranged wife, Marie Angela King.
Amber Valletta left little to the imagination when she arrived to the Saint Laurent show wearing a sheer black gown.
While at the show, Valletta sat next to model and actress Shalom Harlow. The two posted a video of themselves on Instagram from inside the fashion show, captioning it "twisted sisters."
Both models shot to stardom when they were discovered as teenagers in the late ‘80s and early ’90s, respectively, and became very close friends.
Jennifer Lawrence posed for photos at the Dior fashion show wearing a white button-down shirt tucked into a black maxi skirt with minimal accessories.
After gaining national attention for her Academy Award-nominated role in "Winter's Bone," Lawrence gained mega stardom when she starred as Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games" and its three sequels. A prequel film starring Rachel Zegler, "The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes," will drop in theaters in November.
Charlize Theron walked the carpet at the Dior fashion show wearing a white collared shirt on top of a gold, beaded, see-through skirt. The actress, who brought her daughter to the show, has been open in the past about her difficult moments as a parent and how important it is to share those moments.
"I made a movie a couple of years ago about postpartum depression, and that was something that a decade ago nobody talked about. It was kind of, like, mothers were just expected to love their kids and everything's supposed to go this one way," she told Extra Monday at the Global Citizen Festival 2023 in NYC.
"I feel like there's a lot of stuff in raising kids that people are scared to talk about, and then you feel somewhat alone in it, and that's the challenging stuff.
"The things that are not so pretty, that doesn't look like the Disney movie, the moments when you are really just losing your mind, and it's just good to know that there is nothing better than when another mom looks at you and goes ‘I know. I know what you’re talking about.' We have to have more of that."
Pamela Anderson attended three shows in Paris for fashion week, including those for The Row, Isabel Marant and Victoria Beckham. She embraced menswear, wearing a suit to The Row, a yellow dress to Isabel Marant and a light pink dress with green floral designs to the Victoria Beckham show.
Along with her beautiful dress, Anderson received attention for attending the Isabel Marant show with a makeup-free face. In an August 2023 interview with Elle, the "Baywatch" star explained she let go of her signature look once her makeup artist Alexis Vogel died, saying "without Alexis, it’s just better for me not to wear makeup."
She went on to say not wearing makeup has been "freeing and fun and a little rebellious too. Because I did notice that there were all these people doing big makeup looks, and it’s just like me to go against the grain and do the opposite what everyone’s doing."
Supermodel Kate Moss sat front row at the Saint Laurent fashion show, wearing a white silk blouse with a plunging neckline under a black blazer and tucked into a black pencil skirt.
Moss, who started modeling at the age of 14, was booking editorials by the time she was 16 and eventually became a household name when she appeared on the cover of Vogue in 1993. Moss recently told The Times she is in "denial" about turning 50 in January 2024.
"I'm not turning 50," she told the outlet. "No. I'm not thinking about it. I do not feel 50."
Kaia Gerber looked chic as she was photographed outside The Row show in a gray suit and sunglasses. She sat front row at the show, next to her boyfriend, Academy Award-nominated actor Austin Butler, who was wearing a suit similar to hers.
Butler isn't the only one with acting chops in the relationship. Gerber appeared in her first feature film, "Bottoms," a comedy that follows two high school girls who start a fight club to get closer to their crushes, one of which is played by Gerber.
Musician Kelly Rowland opted for a brown dress with sheer material on top, while attending the Christopher Esber show in Paris.
Rowland first came to prominence as part of the girl group Destiny's Child, singing alongside Beyoncé and Michelle Williams. The band broke up in 2005, after which they each embarked on a solo tour. Rowland, Williams and other former bandmates reunited to watch Beyoncé when she performed in Houston during one of the stops on her Renaissance World Tour.
Kim Cattrall showed up and showed out when she walked the red carpet at the Balmain fashion show, wearing a black leather jacket and matching skirt. She paired the look with black heels, black gloves and a black purse.
Many are comparing Cattrall's look to something her character on "Sex and the City," Samantha Jones, would wear. Cattrall played the character for six seasons and in two movies. However, she turned down the opportunity to star in the Max reboot, "And Just Like That," citing issues with the cast. She did, however, make a cameo in one scene in the second season of the reboot.
Kylie Jenner stepped out in a form-fitting red dress with a flared bottom paired with large sunglasses.
The reality star recently confirmed her relationship with actor Timothée Chalamet when they were spotted at the Beyoncé concert at SoFi Stadium in early September. They have since been spotted cuddling at the U.S. Open and on a date in Paris.
Hailey Bieber put her own spin on the classic little black dress when she posed for photos at the Saint Laurent fashion show. The backless dress showed off Bieber's physique, which she says she works hard to maintain.
When speaking with Elle in September, she admitted she knows her "genetic makeup" plays a huge role in her "frame and body type," but she said she also works hard to look the way she does, "putting in a lot of time working out and eating as healthy as possible." Despite her hard work, she says she still has moments where her confidence is low.
"My confidence gets super low all the time ... but having people around you to remind you of the truth of who you are and surrounding yourself with people who love you for you is something that keeps me the most encouraged," she told the outlet.
Elle Macpherson was all smiles as she made a stylish appearance at the Dior fashion show, wearing a black dress cinched at the waist. She wore minimal makeup and had limited accessories, including a black purse.
The supermodel walked the carpet at the show just a few weeks after celebrating two major milestones in her life, her one-year-anniversary with boyfriend Doyle Bramhall II, and the 20th anniversary of her sobriety.
"Life beyond my wildest dreams they say — as I celebrate my 20 years anniversary this week…I am also celebrating 365+days of heart expanding bliss," she wrote on Instagram alongside a carousel of photos featuring her and Bramhall over the past year.
James Cameron almost died while filming "The Abyss."
Cameron recalled filming scuba diving scenes with actors Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Michael Biehn for the 1989 film during a Q&A at the Beyond Fest film festival Wednesday.
"We had the ‘angels,’ which were the safety divers that were right there, and each one was assigned to one or two of the actors and just kept them in sight the whole time," Cameron told the audience, according to Variety. "[But] they weren’t watching me."
To film the scenes, Cameron "wore heavy weights around [his] feet, no fins, a heavyweight belt around [his] waist" to move the cameras around nearly 30 feet underwater.
"Everybody’s setting lights and nobody’s watching" as the director's oxygen tank ran out of air.
"I’m trying to get [underwater director of photography] Al Giddings' attention on the (public address). But Al had been involved in a diving accident, and he blew out both eardrums. So, he was deaf as a post," Cameron shared. "And I’m wasting my last breath of air on an underwater PA system going, ‘Al … Al …,' and he’s working away with his back to me."
Cameron was able to remove his diving equipment as a safety diver attempted to help him out by sticking "a regulator in [his] mouth." A regulator is used to deliver pressurized air to the diver from the tank, according to the Professional Association of Diving Instructors.
"It had been banging around the bottom of the tank for three weeks and had a rip through the diaphragm, so I purged carefully and took a deep breath … of water," he claimed. "And then I purged it again, and I took another deep breath … of water.
"At that point, it was almost checkout point and the safety divers are taught to hold you down so you don’t embolize and let your lungs over expand going up. But I knew what I was doing," Cameron added. "And he wouldn’t let me go, and I had no way to tell him the regulator wasn’t working. So, I punched him in the face and swam to the surface and therefore survived."
"The Abyss" was awarded the Oscar for best visual effects at the 1990 Academy Awards. Cameron explained that the underwater scenes "certainly caught people's attention at the time."
"That scene made an impact and showed people what was possible, and I think it kicked in the door to the start of the CG explosion," he said during the recent Q&A.
Cameron went on to direct other films that heavily relied on the depiction of water, including "Titanic" and "Avatar: Way of the Water."
Jessie James Decker advises Taylor Swift on dating an NFL star amid Travis Kelce romance: ‘A different world’
Jessie James Decker knows a thing or two about being romantically involved with a professional athlete, and she's prepared to share her wisdom with Taylor Swift.
Speaking to Fox News Digital at the People's Choice Country Awards, Decker revealed what she'd tell Swift about dating an NFL player as the pop star continues to make headlines for her rumored romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
"I think there's no advice," Decker admitted with a smile as husband Eric Decker, a former pro football player, stood behind her. "I think I would just tell her, like, ‘Have fun,’ because you know what, she's never dated an athlete or a football player to my knowledge, and it is a different world.
"I think it's fun, clearly," she continued, pointing back to her husband. "I've been with this guy for 13 years."
She laughed, telling Fox News Digital, "I get it, I see it and I like it!"
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Eric initially declined to comment on the topic, but when his wife suggested he advise Swift to "just enjoy it," he agreeably stated, "Enjoy it" as she continued laughing.
This year has been an eventful year for Swift. Her massively successful Eras Tour aside, she also broke up with longtime boyfriend Joe Alwyn. Following their split, she was briefly linked to singer Matt Healy, but rumors began earlier this month that she'd been getting friendly with Kelce.
After reports began circulating, Kelce's brother Jason said that while he wasn't sure, he believed the dating rumors were "100% true." Travis Kelce later spoke out about Swift, saying he "threw the ball in her court" while still not outright confirming the relationship.
Last weekend, Swift was photographed at a Chiefs game, hanging out in a suite at Arrowhead Stadium with Kelce's mother wearing red and white, the Chiefs colors. They were also spotted together after the game.
Rumors are flying that Swift will show up at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey Sunday to watch Kelce take on the New York Jets.
While Swift may be in the beginning stages of her latest love story, Decker, as she said, is 13 years along in hers. She married Eric in 2013, and the two share three children, with a fourth on the way.
Decker spoke with Fox News Digital about her pregnancy, saying that her kids — Vivianne, 9, Eric Jr., 7, and Forrest, 5 — were "so excited" to hear about their new sibling.
WATCH: JESSIE JAMES DECKER SAYS HER KIDS 'WERE SO EXCITED’ SHE'S PREGNANT
"They're so happy," she gushed. "It's all they can talk about, all they can think about. They're older, so Vivi will be 10 years old when this baby's here. So, they're very aware of what's going on and very excited."
Eric also discussed something that led to the pregnancy – an appointment for a vasectomy he decided to skip.
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"So, I had it scheduled," he revealed. "Day came around … you know what, it's a lot of power being taken in a sense, right? That's like a big choice.
"So, I decided to skip out on it, and, you know, I got one in the oven," he said, gesturing to his wife's growing belly. "So, I think, we won?"
She smiled at his joking question and agreed, saying "Oh my god, yes. We're very excited."
Cher unwittingly became the focus of her son Elijah Blue Allman's divorce earlier this week with newly surfaced court documents from December.
Allman's estranged wife, Marie Angela King, claimed Cher abducted Allman in November 2022 while the former couple attempted to work on their marriage privately. Allman originally filed for divorce from King in November 2021, and she countered with her own filing one year later.
Fox News Digital is breaking down the latest legal developments for Hollywood stars with celebrity divorce lawyer, Christopher C. Melcher, partner at Walzer Melcher & Yoda.
Allman and King were holed up for 12 days together "working" on their marriage when four men allegedly removed Allman from their New York City hotel room, docs stated.
King claimed that she was "unaware" of Allman's location and was told by one of the four men that Cher had hired them to retrieve her son.
Melcher stated that it was unlikely Cher would face any charges regarding King’s claim that Allman was taken away and is in "lockdown" at an undisclosed treatment facility.
"If there was kidnapping, she could face charges, but it doesn’t sound like kidnapping because if he didn’t want to go, he would have resisted," Melcher said. "It’s pretty difficult to get somebody from New York back to Los Angeles without him having reported it to people, gate agents … any other number of people, people at the hotel itself.
"I think there’s nothing to indicate that it was against his will."
The allegations that Allman was taken away via Cher's orders came to light in family court documents King filed in December, when she filed a request to reschedule a hearing.
"She overshared. All she needed to say was that she thinks a trial’s not necessary because there’s going to be a reconciliation. She could have left it at that," Melcher said.
At the time of the filing, King stated her "husband has been receiving medical care since August 2022," and the last time she saw Allman was during the alleged kidnapping.
King, an English singer with the group KING, married Allman in 2013. The couple called it quits in 2020, and he filed for divorce the following year.
WATCH: ATTORNEY CHRISTOPHER C. MELCHER DISCUSSES SOPHIE TURNER AND JOE JONAS DIVORCE
Allman is the son of Cher and late musician Gregg Allman. Cher married Gregg Allman days after her divorce from Sonny Bono in 1975.
However, the couple's marriage lasted only nine days before the "Turn Back Time" singer filed for divorce from the "Midnight Rider" recording artist. They reconciled for a brief time and welcomed Elijah Blue Allman before calling it quits once again. Their divorce was finalized in 1978.
"Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner sued estranged husband Joe Jonas to force him to return their children's passports so that she may take them to England.
Turner claimed the couple had plans to raise their two daughters in her home country where the girls also have dual U.S. and British citizenship.
Jonas, who filed for divorce from Turner on Sept. 5 after four years of marriage, said in a statement following her lawsuit that an "amicable co-parenting setup" was in the works, but clearly not yet fully ironed out.
"It's bad enough when couples fight over their kids, but when they want to live on different continents, there's no way to equally share custody and have a meaningful relationship," Melcher said.
"Sophie wants to live in England with the kids. Joe wants to be in the United States with the kids," Melcher said. "There's no middle ground."
He added, "This is going to be a very ugly dispute."
The couple shared a joint statement on Instagram announcing a mutual decision to "amicably" end their marriage earlier this month.
"After four wonderful years of marriage we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage," they wrote the day after Jonas filed for divorce in Miami.
"There are many speculative narratives as to why but, truly this a united decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and our children."
Former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kim Zolciak asked a judge to dismiss the second divorce filing made by her estranged husband Kroy Biermann.
Zolciak told a Georgia court that Biermann's claim that their marriage was "irretrievably broken" was false considering the couple had sex since he filed the new paperwork, according to new documents obtained by Fox News Digital.
The "RHOA" star alleged "multiple occasions" where she had sex with Biermann since his divorce petition, with the most recent intimate event on Sept. 7. She also claimed a marriage cannot be irretrievably broken if "the parties have resumed cohabitation or have reconciled for any period."
Zolciak also noted that Biermann, a former professional football player, would have to file another divorce complaint to "affirm" their marriage was truly over.
Biermann "has no desire to reconcile," according to his response to Zolciak's Sept. 25 filing obtained by Fox News Digital. He filed for divorce for the second time on Aug. 24.
WATCH: CELEBRITY DIVORCE ATTORNEY CHRISTOPHER C. MELCHER SAYS KIM ZOLCIAK AND KROY BIERMANN HAVE ‘BIG PROBLEMS’
"Well, celebs, like the rest of us, sometimes are uncertain what the right decision is," Melcher said. "But, here with this couple, they have big problems, not only personally, but financially."
He added, "So the idea of staying together might have sounded good initially, but they couldn't make it work. And now they're breaking up and about to lose their house in foreclosure."
The second divorce filing comes nearly one month after the reality stars voluntarily dismissed a first petition for divorce, which was initially filed in May.
Biermann and Zolciak have four children together: Kroy, 11, and Kash, 10, and twins Kaia and Kane, 9. Biermann adopted Zolciak's adult daughters from a previous relationship, Brielle and Ariana Zolciak-Biermann.
In addition to their marital woes, the couple is "financially destitute" as they owe the IRS more than $1 million in unpaid taxes on their Georgia mansion, according to court documents previously obtained by Fox News Digital. Biermann claimed their financial woes are largely related to Zolciak's "reckless spending habits and love for online gambling."
Documents stated their home will be foreclosed in November.
Matthew McConaughey received a temporary restraining order earlier this month after claiming an alleged stalker was harassing him and also sending threatening emails.
The Oscar-winning actor filed the court order ahead of a stop on his "Just Because" book tour after receiving a tip that his alleged stalker would be attending the promotional event in Los Angeles.
In his restraining order request, McConaughey claimed the harassment began in April 2022 "with delusional and disturbing letters, emails and frivolous lawsuits in multiple jurisdictions. These lawsuits were designed to lure me into court and come into contact with me."
Melcher told Fox News Digital that while a restraining order "is just a piece of paper," it can still be extremely useful for safety measures.
"The benefit of having one for Matthew is that if this person comes near him at a book signing, which he's concerned about, she can be arrested for violation of the order," Melcher said. "Where if he didn't have the order in place, she could come there."
He added, "And he's scared by this conduct. So this is an important first step for his protection."
The woman was on scene of McConaughey's Los Angeles book signing and confirmed she had traveled "more than 300 miles" to attend the event. She also sent a "threatening email" to the venue.
Authorities informed her of the restraining order, she was asked to leave and was then escorted away by police, Fox News Digital confirmed.
Fox News Digital's Lauryn Overhultz contributed to this report.
George and Amal Clooney are shedding some light on how they make their humanitarian partnership work while attending the Clooney Foundation for Justice's star-studded Albie Awards Thursday night.
The 62-year-old actor and the 45-year-old international human rights attorney, who wed in 2014 and share twins Alexander and Ella, 6, co-founded the Clooney Foundation for Justice in 2016. Last year, the pair hosted the foundation's inaugural Albie Awards, an annual ceremony that honors global justice defenders.
During an interview with The New York Times, the Clooneys reflected on how they work together to achieve the foundation's mission of championing human rights around the world.
"She does all the heavy lifting and the law degree work, and I try to make it loud," the two-time Academy Award winner told the outlet. "I think it's kind of a good team effort."
"Exposing the problem is a big part of the process, and then we also want to be part of the solution," Amal added.
While at the event at the New York Public Library, George revealed the gift he gave Amal for their ninth wedding anniversary.
The "Ticket to Paradise" star told Extra he adhered to tradition since gifts of pottery or willow are typically given to mark nine years of marriage.
"What is the gift? What is it you found out? It was clay," George said.
"Wasn't it tin?" Amal asked, to which her husband replied, "It was clay."
"Yeah, it wasn’t an exciting one," she admitted.
"Pottery for a ninth anniversary. So, I gave her a pot," George said.
"Something not very exciting," Amal added.
During the interview, the attorney joked the pair would "have to wait another, like, 16 years" for an exciting traditional anniversary gift.
The couple also shared thoughts on whether they believed their children would carry on their legacy of advocacy work.
"We hope," George told Extra.
"It would be wonderful," Amal added. "It’s hard to tell what they’re going to be interested in at this age right now."
"Right now, it's a lot of headbanging music," George joked.
"They're kind and they're curious," Amal said. "That's all we can expect for the time being."
The honorees at this year's Albie Awards included Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Denis Mukwege, Iranian journalists Niloofar Hamedi and Elahe Mohammadi, the Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression, the Ukrainian rights group Truth Hounds and Thai Lawyers for Human Rights.
A slew of A-List celebrities attended the event at the New York Public Library, including Meryl Streep, Matt Damon, Cindy Crawford, Anne Hathaway, Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, Viola Davis, Julianne Moore, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Scarlett Johansson, Sofia Vergara, Melinda Gates, Julianna Margulies, Gayle King, Mary J. Blige, Heidi Klum, Greta Gerwig and Kate Moss.
The glitzy affair also served as a reunion for "The Devil Wears Prada" stars Blunt, Streep and Hathaway, the latter two posing for a photo together.
"American's Got Talent" judges Klum and Vergara also joined each other on the red carpet for a few playful snaps.
The Albies were hosted by comedian and talk show host John Oliver and featured performances by Alicia Keys and Aubrey O'Day.
Aerosmith has been forced to postpone all of their currently scheduled tour dates, due to singer Steven Tyler's serious vocal injury.
Fans of the legendary band first got bad news earlier this month when they were forced to postpone a few dates on their farewell tour, but now things are looking even more grim.
A statement posted to the group's social media reads, "Unfortunately, Steven’s vocal injury is more serious than initially thought. His doctor has confirmed that in addition to the damage to his vocal cords, he fractured his larynx which requires ongoing care."
"He is receiving the best medical treatment available to ensure his recovery is swift, but given the nature of a fracture, he is being told patience is essential."
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The band continued by announcing, "As a result, all the currently scheduled PEACE OUT shows must be postponed to sometime in 2024, with new dates to be announced as soon as we know more."
The announcement also included a message directly from Tyler, reading: "I am heartbroken to not be out there with Aerosmith, my brothers and the incredible Black Crowes, rocking with the best fans in the world. I promise we will be back as soon as we can!"
The statement concluded with a message to fans who had already bought tickets: "All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the rescheduled dates, and refunds will be available for those unable to attend once those dates are announced. Fans with questions regarding refunds should reach out to their point of purchase."
This update follows an announcement the band made on Sept. 11. Then, the group definitively rescheduled five dates to early next year.
Tyler left a message within that announcement as well, saying, "I’m heartbroken to say I have received strict doctor’s orders not to sing for the next thirty days. I sustained vocal cord damage during Saturday’s show that led to subsequent bleeding. We’ll need to postpone a few dates so that we can come back and give you the performance you deserve."
According to the National Library of Medicine, a larynx fracture is rare and "requires a considerable impact force," and is most commonly caused by "a motor vehicle accident or sports injury, followed by penetrating neck injuries." It sometimes requires surgery, and the prognosis for this kind of trauma is typically good, "with good airway outcomes achieved in 76 to 97% of cases."
Age can play a part in the healing process, with older patients being more at risk for more permanent or serious complications. Tyler is 75.
While fans have been understanding of the circumstances surrounding these postponements, this isn't the first time in recent memory that Aerosmith has been forced to cancel concerts.
Last May, they canceled dates in their Las Vegas residency after Tyler suffered a relapse and made the move to check into rehab.
"As many of you know. Our beloved brother Steven has worked on his sobriety for many years. After foot surgery to prepare for the stage and the necessity of pain management during the process, he has recently relapsed and voluntarily entered a treatment program to concentrate on his health and recovery," a social media statement from the band said.
That July, Fox News Digital confirmed Tyler had checked out of the rehab center after staying longer than the required 30 days.
Aerosmith eventually performed scheduled dates late in the year but canceled its final two residency shows in December, citing unspecified health issues for Tyler.
"On the advice of doctors, Steven has to sit these out. Stay healthy and we’ll see you in the new year!" the group wrote at the time.
Fox News Digital's Elizabeth Stanton contributed to this report.
The only surviving witness of rapper Tupac Shakur's 1996 murder has been indicted, Fox News Digital can confirm.
Duane "Keffe D" Davis was indicted on the charge of open murder with use of a deadly weapon along with a gang enhancement, prosecutors revealed during a press conference Friday. In 2018, Davis made media statements that "reinvigorated" the investigation, police explained.
The charges were revealed Friday, hours after Davis, 60, was arrested while on a walk near his home, according to prosecutors.
Chief Deputy District Attorney Marc DiGiacomo said a grand jury had been seated in the case for "several months." The district attorney described Davis as the "on-ground, on-site commander" who "ordered the death" of Shakur.
Police also revealed Davis obtained the gun used to kill Shakur from a "close associate." Davis was described as the "shot-caller" of a group of three suspects – all now deceased – and accused of orchestrating the plan to murder the rapper.
Davis has long been known to investigators and has himself admitted in interviews and in his 2019 tell-all memoir, "Compton Street Legend," that he was in the Cadillac when the gunfire erupted during the September 1996 drive-by shooting.
WATCH: POLICE RAID HOME IN CONNECTION WITH TUPAC SHAKUR'S MURDER
Police raided the suspect's wife's Nevada home on July 17. "Come out with your hands up and your hands empty!" law enforcement officers were heard yelling in the video as blue and red lights lit up the otherwise quiet neighborhood in the city of Henderson, which is about 20 miles from the Las Vegas Strip.
Authorities seized a Pokeball USB drive, an iPhone, three iPads (one with a cracked screen), four laptops, a tablet, a desktop computer, several external hard drives, copies of the book "Compton Street Legends," a Vibe magazine about Shakur and two "black tubs" of photos, according to the search warrant.
Police also searched for "notes, writings, ledgers and other handwritten or typed documents" about anything mentioning the murder of Shakur, the documents stated.
During Friday's press conference, authorities confirmed that they seized evidence using the search warrant that "corroborated" information they had collected during the investiagtion.
Davis' nephew, Orlando Anderson, was considered the prime suspect in Shakur's 1996 murder. Anderson denied involvement before he was killed in a separate shooting in Compton, California, in 1998.
Shakur was fatally shot in a drive-by shooting on Sept. 7, 1996. The rapper was riding shotgun in Death Row Records co-founder Marion "Suge" Knight's black BMW when a white Cadillac pulled up alongside them while they were stopped at a light. In an interview done by Davis in 2018, he claimed everyone in the Cadillac that night was a member of the South Side Compton Crips gang.
The gang was looking for Shakur, who had allegedly brawled with a member in the hours leading up to the fatal shooting.
Davis, who made the admission during the "Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G." documentary, only revealed the gunshots came from the back seat.
Shakur was just 25 at the time. His fourth solo record, "All Eyez on Me," was still at the top of the charts with about 5 million copies sold.
Fox News Digital's Chris Eberhart and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Britney Spears spoke out after a video of her dancing with knives prompted a police check in.
Spears shared another video to social media of herself twirling around with the knives, this time wearing a white cropped top and pink bikini bottoms.
"I know I spooked everyone with the last post, but these are fake knives that my team rented from Hand Prop shop in LA," she explained. "These are not real knives. No one needs to worry or call the police. I’m trying to imitate one of my favorite performers Shakira … a performance I was inspired by !!! Cheers to us bad girls who aren’t afraid to push boundaries and take risks"
The Ventura County Sheriff's Department conducted a welfare check at Spears' home on Wednesday after she shared the original video, Fox News Digital confirmed.
Spears had filmed herself dancing in her Southern California home holding two large knives.
Once the sheriff's department established from two independent sources Spears was not in any danger physically or emotionally, officials felt comfortable enough to clear the call without incident. A member of the LAPD Smart Team, which deals with mental health calls, first flagged the concern to the Ventura County Sheriff's Department.
A representative for Spears did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment.
When Spears shared the first dancing video, she wrote, "I started playing in the kitchen with knives today !!! Don't worry they are NOT real knives !!!!"
However, the knives made the typical clanking sound when she hit them together.
She clarified the video then as well, telling fans, "Lighten up about the knives I'm copying Shakira !!!"
This is not the first time Spears has been checked on by police. In January, the "Toxic" singer called out fans for invading her privacy with a post shared to X, formerly Twitter.
"As everyone knows the police were called to my home based on some prank phone calls," Spears wrote. "I love and adore my fans but this time things went a little too far and my privacy was invaded."
Police never entered the home and "left immediately" after they realized there was "no issue" upon arrival, according to Spears.
"This felt like I was being gaslit and bullied once the incident made it to the news and being portrayed once again in a poor and unfair light by the media," she wrote.
Spears is dealing with her divorce from Sam Asghari. The model filed for divorce on Aug. 16, citing "irreconcilable differences," according to court documents obtained by Fox News Digital. The couple's date of separation was listed as July 28, and Asghari asked for spousal support and attorney's fees in his filing.
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Wynonna Judd lost her mother, fellow country music icon Naomi Judd, just over a year ago.
After speaking with Fox News Digital on the red carpet, the singer delivered a moving speech while accepting the Country Champion Award at last night's inaugural People's Choice Country Awards. There, she shared details about the day her mother died from suicide and the last moments she shared with her mom.
"So I graduated high school in 1982," Wynonna began after receiving the award. "In 1983, I got a record deal with RCA Records, and I got on a Silver Eagle bus with my mama and did her hair every night for 10 years for free."
The record deal was one she shared with her mother – together they formed The Judds. The duo was remarkably successful, winning numerous awards and racking up hit after hit. In 1991, Naomi retired after struggles with her health led to a diagnosis of hepatitis C, and, as she explained in her speech, Wynonna went on to have a successful solo career.
"And then on August the 30th of last year," Wynonna told the audience at last night's show, "my mother committed suicide, and I went to her house and she died there, but we followed the ambulance anyway to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. I walked into the room and I held her in my arms, I kissed her on the forehead, shut her eyes and said, ‘I love you, Mom.’"
"And I walked out of that room, went home, got up the next morning and showed up at the Country Music Hall of Fame to be inducted into the Hall of Fame."
The Judds had been scheduled to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, and Naomi's other child, actress Ashley Judd, went on to accept the honor with Wynonna.
During last night's speech, the singer explained that she made the effort then, "Because that's how much we love music. Regardless of what has happened to me and who, I show up and I show out."
WATCH: WYNONNA JUDD EXPLAINS HOW THEIR SHARED LOVE OF MUSIC BROUGHT HER AND MOM NAOMI JUDD CLOSER
Wynonna also discussed her relationship with her mother on the show's red carpet, telling Fox News Digital that the two got through any issues they had "by singing."
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"We had something in common that bypassed all the bullcrap and gave us purpose," she explained. "So we had a place to take our pain into purpose together."
She also told Fox News Digital her thoughts about "A Tribute to the Judds," an upcoming album of The Judds' covers featuring Dolly Parton, Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire and others.
"It reminds me that there's a whole generation of people out there that don't know who I am and that maybe somewhere, somehow someone will go, ‘Oh my god, I love that song’ and find out who The Judds are," she laughed.
Wynonna concluded her acceptance speech for the Country Champion Award by saying, "Let me tell you something, it’s getting harder and harder out there. Never give up on your dreams. And for half of y'all in this place tonight – I know you don’t know who I am or you were not born when I had my years of being fabulous, and I’ll let that go."
"But back in 1990, Tim McGraw opened for me. Four weeks ago, I opened for Tim. The highs are high and the lows are low, baby, but don’t ever let them tell you who you are."