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Issue 1131 October 17, 2016

ANGELINA

KIM’S NIGHT OF TERROR

HIDING OUT TO PROTECT THE KIDS

I BEGGED FOR MY LIFE

PREGNANT JANET

First Bump Photos!

Fifth Harmony’s

NORMANI

Fires Back at Racist Bullies

Inside Brad’s

SHATTERED WORLD

Missing his kids and reeling from heartbreak, Pitt tries to put his life back together as nasty rumors swirl


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Jackson arrived at the London store Sept. 26 with an entourage, including a bodyguard and an assistant.

t wasn’t quite an escapade, but Janet Jackson made a rare public appearance September 26, showing off her neverbefore-seen baby bump. The “Rhythm Nation” singer, expecting her first child at age 50 with husband Wissam Al Mana, 41, popped by London shop Back in Action for 45 minutes, checking out furniture and strollers. Reportedly due in November, Jackson “is excited,” says a family source. “She feels strong.” Nevertheless, the Grammy winner — who has been on bed rest, per the source — sat for the duration of her private shopping session. FAMILY PLANNING Because of Jackson’s age, her pregnancy is

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high-risk. According to Chicagobased Ob-Gyn Jessica Shepherd (who has not treated Jackson), complications such as high blood pressure and blood clots, common in older moms-to-be, can lead doctors to recommend rest. “Women should be able to move from place to place,” she says — but that’s it. After undergoing “intense” IVF treatments, says a source, the Qatar-based couple, who own a home in London, are taking every precaution. Jackson, adds another insider, “is being extra careful.” USM AG A ZIN E.COM

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Now a U.S. citizen, Machado pledges to vote for Clinton.

HE’S NOT SORRY Donald Trump doesn’t regret calling Miss Universe 1996 Alicia Machado “Miss Piggy.” The day after Hillary Clinton, 68, slammed her GOP foe for fat-shaming the Venezuelan beauty, he doubled down. The onetime pageant boss, 70, told Fox & Friends September 27 the then–19-year-old had “gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem.” Though Machado, 39, blamed Trump for her subsequent eating disorder, he shrugged off criticism, this time via The O’Reilly Factor, insisting: “It is a beauty contest.” ROUND 2 Trump had barely gotten started. In a September 30 tweet, he urged followers to check out Machado’s alleged “sex tape.” Myth-busting Snopes .com dug up the footage: a bit from Machado’s 2005 stint on Spain’s La Granja (akin to The Real World), in which she rolled around under the sheets — “covered,” the site clarifies — with Spanish actor Fernando Acaso. That same day, BuzzFeed unearthed a more risqué title, the soft-core Playboy Video Centerfold 2000 — featuring a cameo by champagne-popping Trump. BAD BUSINESS The scrutiny continued October 3. In Associated Press interviews with 20-plus cast and crew members from The Apprentice, insiders said the former host would rate women by breast size and once wondered aloud whether one was a “tiger in bed.” The Trump campaign, however, deemed these “false claims fabricated by publicity hungry . . . former employees.” 2

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1. I was on the swim team through junior high. 2. I dropped out of Pinole Valley [California] High School.

3. I’ve seen every episode of The Brady Bunch.

4. I have a [Frenchie] dog named Mojo. 5. I once thought I won the lottery, but I misread the scratcher.

6. I rehabbed a baby squirrel and named him Peewee. 7. I was arrested for getting naked on stage in Milwaukee in 1995. 8. I used to have a cat named Sid Vicious.

9. I stole a limousine right after playing David Letterman’s show in 1996.

WEIGHING IN Size matters: Stars slim down — or pack on the pounds — to fit the part 10. My favorite food is pizza. 11. I looked like Shirley Temple when I was a child. 12. I’ve been in three different sinking boats. 13. I once knitted a scarf — and I haven’t knitted since. 14. I used to tap-dance. 15. My ancestor is Benedict Arnold. 16. I love surfing. 17. I coached a Little League baseball team [for sons Joseph, 21, and Jakob, 18, with wife Adrienne, 46]. 18. I binge-watched all of Friday Night Lights. 19. I was once stung by a pack of jellyfish. 20. I own a used guitar store, Broken Guitars, in Oakland, California. 21. I like reading biographies. 22. I completely rebuilt my 1963 Ford Falcon. 23. I sleep with a T-shirt over my head every night. 24. I wear the same pants every day. 25. I’m incredibly awkward in social situations.

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CHARLIZE THERON The former teen model, 41, gained 30 pounds — and won an Oscar! — for 2003’s Monster. Now a Theron source tells Us she’s up 35 pounds to play a mom of three in the 2017 comedy Tully: “She eases up workouts and eats more.”

LIAM HEMSWORTH “I didn’t eat for weeks,” the Hunger Games vet, 26, joked about prepping for his shirtless scene as a lovestruck farmer in The Dressmaker. Costar Kate Winslet told E! News September 19, “I would actually hear his stomach growling.”

DANIEL RADCLIFFE The 27-year-old went on a monthlong diet to look suitably haggard for 2017’s Jungle, about a trip to the Amazon that goes terribly wrong. He told The Hollywood Reporter September 11, “I was operating on not very much food.”

RENÉE ZELLWEGER After adding 30 pounds to her 5-foot-4 frame for the first two Bridget Jones flicks, the actress, 47, told July’s Vogue U.K. she gained “a few pounds” for Bridget Jones’s Baby: “I also put on some breasts and a baby bump.”

CHRIS PRATT Stephen Colbert isn’t the only one who misses “Fat Pratt.” On September 19, the actor, 37, still down 60 pounds from 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy, told the Late Show host, “My wife [Anna Faris] does too. She likes to cook.”

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Monica Potter, 45, gives Us a peek into her “very organized” carryall onica Potter’s youngest is 11, but the mom of Molly, Liam, 21, and Daniel, 26, still hauls a diaper bag. “It carries everything!” she raves of her Henri Bendel tote. The actress and shop owner, who fixes up her childhood home in Cleveland on HGTV’s Welcome Back Potter (premiering October 11 at 11 p.m.), unpacks her must-haves.

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stamina. My husband [Daniel Allison] usually administers them because he’s a doctor, but I’ve done it a few times.” TOKENS OF AFFECTION

“Ever since my dad passed away, I’ve been finding dimes everywhere I go, like he’s leaving them for me. I keep them in a little bag.” SERENE SCENT

“My lavender travel kit has my Sea Buckthorn balm and facial oil. I made them when my kids were little to help

with anxiety and started producing them two years ago for my Monica Potter Home store [near Cleveland]. I pass them out on planes. Lavender calms people.” HAIR PLUG

“I have a little headband with sparkles from my friend’s company, Jolie. Her things are really cute.” NUTS ABOUT NUTS

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OSE TA LK On pregnancy hormones, KATHERINE HEIGL

“It’s country music. We like to make fans happy.” Joking about why he frequently lets people grab his butt at meet-and-greets, LUKE BRYAN

“I have to send him a message and be like, ‘Babe, it’s on tonight! This is what’s happening.’” On scheduling sex with husband Eric Decker, JESSIE JAMES DECKER

“I was just standing next to this guy I had never met before, stark naked . . . like, ‘This is the most exciting my life has been in a little while.’” On doing a nude photo shoot while single,

“Not seeing Titanic made me think I had some sort of gangsta street cred.” On refusing to see the film when she was a teenager because of its popularity, GABOUREY SIDIBE

“Hotel Uterus is closed.” On why her second child, due in December, will be her last, SAVANNAH GUTHRIE

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“What matters is how you feel. If you like that picture or you feel good in that outfit, f--k it.” On ignoring social-media critics, KENDALL JENNER

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“When you hear about people in their fifties getting married at 20, you’re like, ‘What were they thinking?’” On feeling “settled” in his life after marrying Jennifer Aniston at age 43,

“I thought it’d be a great idea for me to drive a convertible. . . . I look around and it’s 4,000 45-year-old guys in convertibles.” On feeling like a “cliché” while living in L.A.,

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“I feel absolutely no responsibility for my behavior at all. It’s great.”

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INSIDE BRAD’S SHATTERED WORLD Separated from his six children for two weeks and still reeling from Angelina Jolie’s September 19 divorce filing, a heartsick Pitt attempts to pick up the pieces of his life

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KIM’S NIGHT OF TERROR Inside the harrowing Paris robbery that left a scared and alone Kardashian begging for her life

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FIFTH HARMONY’S NORMANI: FIGHTING RACIST BULLIES Kordei tells Us why she had to take a break from social media — and how she now plans to use her Twitter account to inspire social change

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Canadian Candids

The royal family spent September 29 on Vancouver Island with military tots

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While his sister headed straight for the balloons, Prince George, 3, couldn’t get enough of an orange fish bubble blower.

Prince William last toured Canada with Kate in 2011.

After seeing Charlotte get a balloon flower, George asked for a spider and a volcano!

Big Squeeze for Daddy!

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Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady vacationed in Positano, Italy, Sept. 24.

Selfie by the Sea!

Three days after news broke of her split with partner of 11 years Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts filmed the Netflix thriller Gypsy in NYC Sept. 29.

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Michael Douglas (left) joined Amal and George Clooney at a Motion Picture & Television Fund event in L.A. Oct. 1. By Rachel Chang

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Alec Baldwin mocked Donald Trump’s 3 A.M. tweets while Kate McKinnon poked fun at Hillary Clinton’s health on SNL’s Oct. 1 premiere in NYC.

Gwyneth Paltrow celebrated her 44th birthday Sept. 27 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

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The 2000 flick’s trio have furry sidekicks Chocolate Lab Apple kept Lucy Liu company during an Aug. 14 NYC stroll.

Barrymore’s Aug. 28 snap showed her pups hiking with Cameron Diaz and her rescues. By Talia Ergas

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Ringer! Ian Ziering tried to sink a winner at Mattel’s Party on the Pier in Santa Monica Sept. 25.

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At the shower, Chyna (in L.A. Oct. 1) “gave Rob a belly dance” to Armenian music, says the source.

The engaged pair keep the peace by living apart ending baby gifts might be hard: Rob Kardashian and fiancée Blac Chyna have separate houses with two nurseries in the works for their daughter, due November 16. While the sock designer, 29, resides in Calabasas, California, the Lashed salon owner, 28, is 10 miles east in Tarzana. Thanks to this arrangement, “their fighting has decreased,” says a source. “They think it’s a healthier way to live.” The two will merge households one day, a second pal explains, and “move into the bigger house Rob just got.” For now, harmony reigns. At an October 2 L.A shower, say the E! stars “ki the whole time

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B “Most beautiful bride on the planet,” Lively (left, Oct. 2 in NYC) posted of Snyder.

lake Lively wouldn’t miss her BFF tying the knot for anything — not even the birth of her own child! Just days after the actress, 29, welcomed a sibling for 22-month-old James with husband of four years Ryan Reynolds, she was up and at ’em, attending her former assistant Jessica Snyder’s October 2 nuptials in NYC. “She’s one of Blake’s best friends,” a source tells Us of the bride. Reynolds, 39, took the wheel for the hourlong drive from thei state New York home, the source riving at the Tribeca Rooftop fete p.m. The Shallows lead waved at efore heading inside, stayed just remony and then “snuck out the ys the source. Of course her husaiting to chauffeur her home!

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O Joe Jonas (above) performing a concert with Demi Lovato for Marriott Rewards members in L.A. O Jessica Alba getting mani-pedis with daughters Honor, 8, and Haven, 5, at Think Pink in NYC’s SoHo. O Kate Hudson drinking Don Julio with a friend and FaceTiming at the bar inside the Crosby Street Hotel in NYC. O Michael Bolton, Jeff Ross and Bob Saget singing along as John Mayer played guitar during an impromptu performance in the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel. O Sienna Miller eating pasta carbonara while at dinner with ex-fiancé Tom Sturridge and their 4-year-old daughter, Marlowe, at NYC’s Olio e Piú.

Saved by the Biebs! After filmmaker Reggie

Benjamin related the human trafficking horrors from his doc Mission Save Her to Justin Bieber in January, “he said, ‘This happens? What can I do to help?’” Benjamin tells Us. Bieber, 22, scoured the Montage Beverly Hills for a pen to write save her on his hand for a promo pic. Adds Benjamin of the winter release: “He said we could attach his name to the project!”

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Perry loved the Batman ride at Six Flags Over Texas in 2001.

Superhero Worship! Matthew Perry doesn’t keep his Batman obsession in the closet. In fact, a source tells Us the actor has an entire room in his $8.65 million Hollywood home dedicated to his favorite Gotham City superhero. “It’s a dark space filled with memorabilia, lots of movie posters and figurines,” a pal close to the single Odd Couple star, 47, says, adding that Perry loves to show off his impressive Caped Crusader collection to guests.

O Francesca Eastwood toasting with Svedka vodka at the afterparty for her film Three Deaths in West Hollywood. O Jordan Rodgers overheard complaining that both he and fiancée JoJo Fletcher were in middle seats on a flight from LAX to Atlanta. O Chloë Grace Moretz riding the California Screamin’ roller coaster with a pal at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim. Got some hot gossip? Email HOTSTUFF@USMAGAZINE.COM

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David Burtka, 41, has a tasteful way of managing stress, says husband Neil Patrick Harris, 43. “He goes and cooks,” Harris (right) said at a September 26 event at NYC’s 92nd Street Y. “He’ll put his time and energy into something that takes a lot of time.”

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COVER STORY “Brad is willing to be very patient,” a source says of Pitt (with Jolie in 2012).

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Heartbroken by the end of his marriage, Pitt agrees with his ex Angelina Jolie on terms for him to see their six kids BY ERIC ANDERSSON

With each passing day that he hasn’t seen his six children, Brad Pitt grows more devastated. “Totally crushed” is the phrase a friend uses. After his wife of two years, Angelina Jolie, blindsided him by filing for divorce and requesting full physical custody of their children September 19 — and barred her ex from seeing them, according to a source — Pitt has become a virtual recluse at an undisclosed location in L.A. He’s cleared his calendar (“I’m currently focused on my family situation,” he said in a statement explaining his absence from the September 28 premiere

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COVER STORY of the Terrence Malick documentary he narrates, Voyage of Time) and only speaks to a select few people. Among his confidants: his high-priced legal team — and his Springfield, Missouri– based mother, Jane. “His mom has been talking to him constantly,” continues the friend, who says Pitt laments his situation. “He’s extremely torn up and beside himself. He is desperate to see the kids.” So desperate, he’d agree to nearly anything. On September 30, news broke that the Maleficent star, 41, and Pitt — after intense negotiations through their attorneys — both signed off on a temporary agreement regarding Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and 8-yearold twins Knox and

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Jolie plante Haven (aboved one on , at the 2000 in June) Oscars.

Running the show at Jolie’s Malibu hideout: her brother, James Haven. “He took on a more active daily role in June,” explains a source. “The kids call him ‘Uncle James.’” Her ex has no problem with the 43-year-old sometime actor, who notoriously locked lips with his little sis at the 2000 Oscars. Adds the source, “Brad thinks highly of James. He’s always been incredible to the kids and is welcome in his home.”

Vivienne. According to multiple sources, the terms of the plan, which lasts from September 22 through October 20, state that the children will remain living with Jolie at her Malibu rental, while Pitt is granted visitation; the family must undergo counseling; and, perhaps most humiliating for Pitt, he has volunteered to undergo random drug and

alcohol testing to prove he doesn’t have a chemical dependency. (A source confirms Pitt’s first test came back negative.) Pitt, under investigation by the FBI and the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services after drinking and allegedly becoming physical with one of his children aboard a private jet September 14, “will


“Brad is a broken man,” a Pitt source says. “He can’t believe this is what his life has become.”

LAWYERED UP Team Jolie and Team Pitt have rounded up a crew of heavyweights

INSIDE THE DEAL For now, this is Pitt’s new normal. With DCFS investigating his behavior aboard the plane, the social services organization — and Jolie’s camp — could reasonably restrict his access to the children. And at first, Jolie — who, sources say, disagreed with Pitt’s strict parenting style — was out

I NEVER KNEW HOW MUCH I COULGD LOVE SOMETHIN UNTIL I LOOKED IN THE FACES OF MY CHILDREN.” BRA D PITT

The couple brought Pax, Zahara, Knox, Shiloh and Maddox (from left) to the Maleficient premiere in 2014.

cooperate in any way he can to see the kids,” adds the friend. “By agreeing to this, he can see them, which is what he wanted.” The latest twist in the bitter divorce saga marks a stunning turn of events for the 52-year-old Midwestern heartthrob and Oscar winner, who now finds himself giving samples of bodily fluids to prove he’s a fit father.

for blood. “Angie says she’s going to destroy him,” a source told Us in the days after she quietly filed for divorce just as the courts were about to close. But Jolie’s attorneys, knowing a custody battle in court could get ugly and public, talked her off the ledge. “Her legal team worked with her temper,” says the Jolie friend, “so they could reach an agreement for the sake of the kids.” Pitt put the children first as well. “Brad said he’d do whatever makes it easier for the kids,” says a Pitt source. He also wasn’t interested in slinging mud at the mother of his

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LAURA WASSER Dubbed the “Disso Queen” (as in “dissolution of marriage”), Jolie’s $850-an-hour divorce lawyer, 48, was also the go-to for Johnny Depp and Gwen Stefani.

BERT FIELDS The accomplished trial lawyer, 87, who helped protect Tom Cruise’s fortune from Katie Holmes, will be on hand for Jolie should the custody fight wind up in court.

JUDY SMITH Jolie tapped the crisis manager, 57, Monica Lewinsky’s former fixer and the real-life inspiration for Scandal’s Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington, far left).

LANCE SPIEGEL The powerhouse family law attorney, 71, in Pitt’s corner, helped Michael Jackson retain custody of his children in a 1999 court battle against Debbie Rowe.

children. “There is so much stuff on Angelina,” says an insider, “but Brad just doesn’t want to go there. He told his team he doesn’t want to play dirty.” So both he and Jolie let the DCFS be in charge. According to Beverly Hills divorce attorney Hossein Berenji, who is not involved in the case, “A social worker probably interviewed Brad and Angelina and maybe the kids as well.” (Because Maddox is older than 14, he can state which parent he’d prefer

to live with, according to California law, but officials still have final say.) After assessing the situation, the DCFS, confirms the insider, “made some suggestions and recommendations for Angie and Brad to consider.” For days, attorneys on both sides hammered out fine points. Pitt “was dealing with this all day, always on the phone with his lawyers,” says the Pitt friend. Jolie too had the phone glued to her ear as she paced around the USM AG A ZIN E.COM

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COVER STORY $8.5 million Malibu home she secretly rented before filing for divorce from Pitt, according to her frie Finally, after days of back-and-forth, both Jolie and Pitt agreed to the terms. Though the kids will reside wit Jolie, Pitt does retain joint legal custody. An according to multiple sources, during Pitt’s first visit with the kids therapist will be prese (A Jolie source says further visits may als

“I feel at ease with whatever will come,” Jolie (in London Sept. 8) said after her 2015 surgery.

RE THE KIDS AH IT SAFE W ER. THEIR MOTHONLY ANGELINA DISABOUT CONCERNEFARE OF THE WEL DREN.” HER CHIL A JO LIE SO URCE

monitored.) The Pitt friend says any concessions he made are a small price to pay: “He loves those kids more than anything.” Which is why he agreed to let them live with Mom in Malibu. “It’s a logistical thing,” says another source. “They have six kids and want things to be as uninterrupted as possible. It didn’t make sense, all of a sudden, for the kids to have two different households. You don’t just immediately create a new world for those children.”

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s Jolie dealt with the stress of her marriage imploding, she also had to manage the physical stress of going through premature menopause. Eighteen months before she filed for divorce, she elected to remove her ovaries. (Diagnosed with the BRCA1 gene in 2013, she’d previously undergone a double mastectomy.) “I do not feel any less of a woman,” she wrote in a New York Times op-ed. “I feel empowered that I made a strong choice that in no way diminishes my femininity.” HEAVY TOLL Still, the potentially lifesaving surgeries have serious health

consequences: “All of the things that go along with menopause — hot flashes, insomnia, possibly mood changes,” Beverly Hills–based ob-gyn Rebecca Nelken tells Us. Noting that the average age of menopause is 51, she adds, “If a woman has her ovaries removed in her forties, all of those symptoms are going to hit all at once — and often pretty severely.” To Jolie, whose mother, Marcheline Bertrand, died of ovarian cancer and aunt died of breast cancer, there was an important reason to take the risk: “I know my children will never have to say, ‘Mom died of ovarian cancer.’”


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unthinkable in the days immediately following the now-infamous midair fight. Aboard a private VistaJet from Nice, France, en route to Burbank, California, Pitt began yelling at Jolie. When Maddox intervened, according to the Jolie friend, “Brad got up in his face and screamed at him.” (Though those on Jolie’s side reported Pitt got physical, sources close to Pitt adamantly deny any abuse.) Over the following days, Jolie “was very pissed off,” says the friend. At the same time, ugly news reports accusing Pitt of hiring Russian hookers and cheating with Allied costar Marion Cotillard (which she denied) kept cropping up. A source lays the blame with Jolie’s team, claiming those in her camp “are running a smear campaign” against Pitt. Sniffs a Pitt source, “There’s a lot of misinformation and people trying to make things more difficult.” (Jolie insiders deny bad-mouthing Pitt.) Initial reports about the parenting plan were — not so coincidentally — also unflattering to Pitt. TMZ claimed Jolie got “full custody,” saying only that Pitt’s visitation rights had “strings attached.” The Pitt insider slams that assessment, noting that the voluntary agreement is a parenting plan — not a custody agreement. In other words, the two continue to share legal custody, as they always have. Still, a Jolie source says the actress is satisfied with the way things

process even though there might be a stigma attached to it,” Berenji tells Us. “It might actually just be a way to deal with this and put down all these rumors in a very short, fast, quick period of time.” That’s exactly the plan, says the insider: “Brad has nothing to hide on the drug front, so there is no reason for him to have any problem with doing the tests.”

MOVING FORWARD Jennings Hegar addressed the press in 2012.

ANGELINA’S POWER PLAY The humanitarian is in talks to play a groundbreaking female soldier Always the mother of reinvention, Jolie is eyeing her next role. Though she has often said she no longer wants to act, she’s in negotiations for TriStar’s Shoot Like a Girl, a source confirms to Us. In the epic (based on the 2017 memoir), Jolie, a licensed pilot, will play helicopter pilot and Afghanistan vet Mary Jennings Hegar. Wounded in a 2009 rescue operation, she sued to overturn the Army’s exclusion of women in combat.

worked out. “Angie,” says the source, “did get what she wanted out of this plan.” To a certain extent, Pitt did too. Even before he and Jolie split — driven apart by bitter fights over, among other things, his tendency to divulge his marital problems to friends and costars — Pitt had been an advocate of counseling. “Brad felt Angelina was choosing to

ignore things that needed to be dealt with,” according to a source. Now the family will confront everything, including the unhappy marriage, the plane incident and the divorce, with a head-on urgency. Even the voluntary drug testing may work out in Pitt’s favor. “For him, the best way to vindicate himself might be to put himself through this

As October 20 approaches, the DCFS will determine whether the conditions stay in place — and whether to continue with its investigation. The social workers assigned to the case will take into consideration the therapist’s recommendations and Pitt’s drug test results and discuss the next steps with Jolie and Pitt. “People from both sides hope that the two sides will reach a longer-term agreement on their own,” says the insider. “The hope is that this period of time will lead them to being able to resolve things without the involvement of the courts.” Just one problem: the bad blood between Jolie and Pitt remains. While Jolie quietly seethes, Pitt, for his part, remains “frustrated” by the bitter battle, says the insider. “He just wants to work through everything and get to a place where there can be some certainty about what’s going on.” Adds the Pitt friend, “The kids are the only thing he’s  hanging on to.” USM AG A ZIN E.COM

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HORROR STORY Kim wore her $4.5 million emerald-cut rock to dinner Sept. 29 at Paris’ Ferdi.

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Kardashian begs for her life as thieves hold a gun to her head and steal jewels BY DANA ROSE FALCONE

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lad in a robe at husband Kanye West’s apartment in Paris’ luxury Hotel de Pourtalès building in the early hours of October 3, Kim Kardashian FaceTimed future sister-in-law Blac Chyna at her L.A. baby shower, then broadcast it on Snapchat. Five thieves, waiting nearby, seized the opportunity to get the E! star alone. Around 2:25 a.m., the men — some masked, some dressed as police officers — took the concierge at gunpoint and forced entry into West’s secondfloor flat. One pointed a gun at the terrified 35-year-old mom while binding her hands with plastic zip ties, placing her in the bathtub and locking her in the bathroom. “Kim was hysterically crying, begging for her life, telling them about her babies,”

a source tells Us. “She definitely thought she was going to be raped and murdered. And she was basically naked.” Once her mouth was covered with duct tape, the Frenchmen demanded her “bague” — the 20-carat Lorraine Schwartz diamond ring, estimated at $4.5 million, West had given her in August. Grabbing more jewels totaling $11 million, including Kanye West Collection pieces she wore to the Givenchy show October 2, and two iPhones, they escaped on rental bikes. Adds the source, “It was so quick.”

PHONING HOME

Wriggling out of her restraints, Kim frantically called “everyone she knew in Paris,” according to the insider, including sisters Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, who were with Kim’s trusted odyguard, Pascal uvier, roughly iles away at nightclub L’Arc. “The phone call to Kourtney,” says the source, “triggered everyone rushing to her side.” The Selfish author also dialed an assistant for West, who was 3,600-plus miles away in Queens, performing on stage at Arriving at their the Meadows NYC pad Oct. 3, Music & Arts t Kim and Wes Festival. ry ve d re “appea Only seconds on edge,” says a witness.

into the hit “Heartless,” West, 39, told the crowd he had a “family emergency,” dashed off stage and headed straight to his $24.5 million rental apartment in NYC’s Tribeca, where daughter North, 3, and 10-monthold son Saint were under the watchful eye of nannies. Says a West insider, “Kim and Kanye were both extremely concerned about the kids.” Kim couldn’t get home fast enough. After meeting with police, who took fingerprints, she flew via private jet with mom Kris Jenner, Kris’ boyfriend, Corey Gamble, assistant Stephanie Sheppard and Duvier from Paris-Le Bourget Airport to New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport, where her husband — and a 14-car motorcade — were waiting. “Kanye doesn’t care about anything that was taken — he just cares that Kim is safe,” says a source, adding that her 15-carat engagement ring was at their L.A. home. “It was the scariest moment of his life.” Safe in the arms of her husband, the insider adds, Kim spent the day crying. “She’s beside herself,” continues the source. “The whole family is.”

SUSPECTS WANTED Now Paris police are searching for the culprits. “The police are speculating that it’s an inside job,” says the source. “How else would they know there would be this tiny window of time when she would be alone?” One photographer — who had been following

With reporting by Peter Allen, Gabrielle Bernardini, Brody Brown, Travis Cronin, Omid Scobie & Amy Sultan

Kim, and even posed as a cop to gain entry to a dinner she attended the day before this incident — was questioned. In the meantime, the family is rethinking its team. “Not only will security be heavier,” says the source, “but there will also be unidentifiable security.” Duvier will remain on staff: “Kim doesn’t believe this is his  fault in any way.”

Duvier (with Kim and Sediuk Sept. 28) wrote that he focuses “110%” on his duties.

THE (BIG) MAN BY HER SIDE Five days before the heist, towering bodyguard Pascal Duvier had Kim’s back. When Vitalii Sediuk, 27, tried to kiss her derriere to protest what he called “her butt implants” September 28 in Paris, Duvier tackled Sediuk to the ground, prompting Kim to tweet, “My security @PascalDuvier is a G.” (Ukrainian celebrity harasser Sediuk also grabbed Gigi Hadid September 22 — and she elbowed him in the face.) Duvier later replied to a fan that he’d happily kick Sediuk in the balls “if there are no cameras to record it.”

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US EXCLUSIVE “Give me your best shot now,” Kordei (in L.A. June 1) tells Us. “I’m not running away from anyone.”

Fifth Harmony’s Normani

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Pop singer Kordei was terrorized by online bullies — until she took a stand. She tells Us why refusing to back down was all worth it BY SAR AH GROSSBART et f--king lynched.” “Dumb black bitch.” “You f--ked up the pretty girl group.” Those were some of the messages Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei was subjected to every time she checked Twitter. “It was absolutely disgusting,” the 20-year-old tells Us. The hate reached a fervor when the Atlanta native called bandmate Camila Cabello “very quirky” during an August 1 Facebook Live interview with website Galore. Perceiving the label as a snub, Cabello fans filled Kordei’s feed with the n-word and other racist remarks. Though Cabello defended her pal, tweeting, “I won’t tolerate on my timeline any kind of hate, racism, or discrimination,” the bullying got so bad that Kordei decided to take a hiatus from Twitter. But after nearly six weeks away, she realized she could use social media to make a social change. The “Work From Home” singer teamed up with the nonprofit Cybersmile Foundation, which offers support to victims of online abuse, to raise awareness about cyberbullying. “My mission is to show people there is hope,” notes the single star. “This taught me I’m definitely stronger than I thought I was.” Hours after reinstalling her Twitter app September 13, Kordei sat down with Us’ Cara Sprunk at West Hollywood’s Soho House to share her scary experience.

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The bullying started when Fifth Harmony formed on The X Factor in 2012. What did people say? Everybody in the group gets online hate, but mine is different. Racism really does exist and I’m the only African American girl of the group. There are people creating Photoshopped pictures of me getting beat as if I were a slave back in the day.

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That’s horrible. How did you deal?

So, why come back to Twitter?

I tried to ignore it at first. My way of dealing with it was to not deal with it, if that makes sense. I thought the best thing was just not to look at the comments. Even if there’s one comment, it’s superhurtful and it’s the one that sticks with you.

To turn the situation around and make it positive. I feel like it’s almost my purpose to speak up about my experience so it could help somebody else. The hate is not going to stop, but I needed to make a point that you can’t run away from a bully. You can’t allow someone’s hate to dictate your life. I want to be the voice for those people who are going through the same thing, like little African American boys and girls getting bullied at school. It wasn’t just, I’m going to get back in to tweet, “I had a burger today.”

And things got worse after your Facebook Live interview? Oh, yes. I even put up a statement clarifying that I didn’t mean anything by it and I love all the girls, but I guess that backfired because I started getting even more hate. It was just too much — they even attacked my grandma, who’s on Twitter! I was really scared.

What happened when you announced you were quitting?

What’s your goal? We created a hashtag, #ImACybersmiler, and you can make videos and share your stories to show people that you’re not alone, and we can support one another. Knowing that you’re not alone really does make all the difference in the world. I never, ever want to go back to that other place again where I worry about those ugly comments and people who  hate. I’m just going to be me.

I felt like a weight had been lifted. And I got so much love. Keke Palmer, Zendaya, a bunch of my friends — they were all texting me, making sure that I was OK and giving me advice. It really did open my eyes to see that people do genuinely care about me. I don’t know how many times I heard, “Normani, I’m here to support you.” They came to our shows and made signs. The whole stadium was filled with posters saying, normani, we love you! Once Twitter was gone, I felt a lot more present, not always looking to ei see what people supportive,” Kord “My girls were so ates Cabello, Dinah were sayi ndm (center) says of ba en Jauregui and Ally me. It wa Jane Hansen, Laur lanta last December). in At Brooke (from left,

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Recipes for Romance FOOD STYLIST: MICHELLE GATTON/STOCKLAND MARTEL. PROP STYLIST: MARINA MALCHIN

Sexy chefs share the dinner à deux dishes that make significant others swoon!

Rigatoni With Mushrooms & Swiss Chard TURN THE PAGE FOR THE RECIPE Ü

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Rigatoni With hard iss C Mushrooms & Sw BY MICHAEL SYMON

ew & ’Que Host of Burgers, Br idays, 10 P.M.) (Food Network, Fr

My wife, Lizzie, is a vegan, so a simple pasta with a ton of veggies is always a go-to date-night meal. This rigatoni has a great earthy flavor and only takes a few minutes to whip up. The key to success is in the browning of the mushrooms, which gives the dish its woodsy richness. To get them really caramelized, don’t season them with salt until they have taken on a nice color.” Michael Symon, 47,

Kosher salt 1 lb fresh rigatoni pasta 3 tbsp olive oil, plus more for drizzling 4 cups oyster mushrooms, stemmed 4 cups sliced Swiss chard leaves, stems removed before slicing 2 garlic cloves, minced Freshly ground black pepper 2 cups freshly grated Parmesan cheese

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1 In a large pot, bring 5 quarts water and 3 tbsp salt to a boil. Add the pasta and cook, stirring, until just al dente, about 1 minute less than the package directions. Scoop out and reserve 1 cup of the pasta water before draining the pasta. 2 Meanwhile, in a large skillet over high heat, add the olive oil and mushrooms in an even layer. Cook without stirring until well browned, about 2 minutes. Flip the mushrooms and add the Swiss chard and garlic. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Cook until the Swiss chard wilts and the garlic becomes fragrant, about 2 minutes. 3 Add the pasta and reserved pasta water and cook, stirring, 30 seconds. Remove from heat. Stir in the Parmesan and drizzle with olive oil.

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wed to Liz Shanahan (they co-own Cleveland’s Lola restaurant) and stepfather of Kyle, 29

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Date cooking is all about striking the fine balance between going luxe and keeping it simple so you’re not stuck in the kitchen all night. Cooking up a superpremium steak hits it on the head — just grill for under 10 minutes. What’s more romantic than cooking under the stars? Make your date’s favorite side dish — roasted veggies, mashed potatoes, grilled broccolini — to serve alongside.” Curtis Stone, 40, wed to actress Lindsay Price, 39, and father of sons Hudson, 4, and Emerson, 2

Grilled Wag yu Flatiron St With Rosemary Salt eak BY CURTIS STONE Chef and owner of L.A.’s Gwen Butcher Shop & Restaurant and Beverly Hills’ Maude

1 tsp sea salt flakes, such as Maldon ½ tsp chopped fresh rosemary 2 6-oz Wagyu flatiron steaks, such as Blackmore Wagyu 1 Heat grill to mediumhigh heat. In a small bowl, combine the sea salt and rosemary. Rub mixture together with your fingertips until fragrant, about 1 minute. 2 Season the steaks with the rosemary salt. Grill steaks, turning every minute, until they have a charred crust and internal temperature of at least 120 degrees, about 8 minutes. 3 Transfer to a cutting board and let rest 5 minutes. Using a sharp knife, slice steaks against the grain. Divide among two plates and serve.

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Still not satisfied? Four culinary genius guys dish on their foolproof foods Tacos! They encourage sharing and great conversation — musts for a date!” Akhtar Nawab, 43, owner and chef of NYC’s Choza Taqueria and Washington, D.C.’s Table, and father of Ella, 10

Thiago Silva, 32, director at food innovation lab Chew, wed to teacher Caroline, 30, and father of James, 3, and Jax, 5 months

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BY SHARONE HAKMAN Alum of Fox’s Mas terChef and owner of Hak’s sauces an d dressings

This recipe is great for dates for many reasons: It pairs very well with wine. It’s also share-friendly, and the bold flavors work for the guy and girl. It’s restaurantcaliber but really easy to execute, which allows you to be present — the best way to enjoy your date. And let’s be honest: Every woman likes a man who can cook!” Sharone Hakman, 35, wed to fitness instructor Monica, 34, and father of sons Lukah, 6, and Niko, 3

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flatbread pita or lavash cup shredded Asiago cheese clove garlic, thinly sliced tbsp pine nuts cups mixed greens ripe figs, halved packet Hak’s balsamic salad dressing

Heat oven to 450 degrees. Place the flatbread on a pizza stone or a roasting sheet. Sprinkle the Asiago cheese on the flatbread. Add the garlic and pine nuts. 2 Bake until crispy and golden brown, 5 to 7 minutes. Remove from oven and cut into individual pieces. In a mixing bowl, combine the greens, figs and Hak’s balsamic salad dressing and toss together. Top the flatbread with the salad. 1

One of my favorite dishes my wife makes me is lamb lasagna, so when it’s my turn to cook, I love to make berbere-dusted lamb chops. Berbere is an Ethiopian spice. Add a nice bottle of Rioja and you have the perfect night in.” Marcus Samuelsson, 45, author of The Red Rooster Cookbook and owner-chef of Maryland’s Marcus at MGM National Harbor, wed to model Maya Haile, 34, and father of Zion, 3 months

My wife is Italian. When I first made her spaghetti and meatballs, it blew her away. She was surprised I made meatballs as good as her family’s!” Michael Schulson, 43, chef and owner of Philadelphia’s Sampan and Atlantic City’s Izakaya, wed to Nina Tanari-Schulson, 36, and father of Davin, 10, and Jordan, 6

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Flatbread and Fig Sala

Tiramisu has always been an amazing ‘pre-dessert’ for me. If all goes well, that leads into the main dessert — the bedroom!”


“It’s cool the label says, ‘100% Premium Pork. Naturally Smoked. No Fillers.’ And I can look at it in the store and say to myself, ‘I made that!’”

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35, wed to model Donna Hemmingsen, 34, and father of Finn, 19 months 1 whole farm-fresh cucumber, thinly sliced 1 ear sweet corn, husk and kernels removed from the cob 2 medium heirloom tomatoes, cut into 1-inch chunks 3 sprigs mint leaves 3 sprigs basil leaves ½ leek, rinsed well and cut in half Extra virgin olive oil Kosher salt ¼ cup red wine vinegar Crushed black pepper 2 4 oz sea bass fillets, skin on Sea salt, such as Maldon

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By serving perfectly seared sea bass over a light, bright salad of freshly harvested veggies, you’ll never feel stuffed — so you might be more inclined to lose a few layers!” Michael Chernow,

Seared Sea Bass BY MICHAEL CHERNOW Owner of NYC restaurant Seamore’s and founder of WellWell recovery beverage

1 Heat oven to 450 degrees. For the salad, combine the cucumber, corn, tomatoes, mint and basil in a mixing bowl. Cover in plastic wrap and refrigerate. 2 For the dressing, season the leeks with the olive oil and kosher salt to taste. In a roasting pan, cook leeks, core side up, until soft, about 20 minutes.

Cool and dice. Put the leeks and ½ cup olive oil in a food processor and blend. Add the red wine vinegar in a slow stream. Season with kosher salt and pepper to taste. Transfer dressing to a bowl, cover and refrigerate. 3 Season the fish with kosher salt on both sides. In a sauté pan over high heat, heat 2 tbsp olive oil.

Cook the fish, skin side down, until the cooked edges creep into the center of the fish, about 3 to 4 minutes. Flip the fish and cook another 2 minutes. 4 Lightly coat the salad with the dressing. Place the fish, skin side up, on top of the salad. Top with a swirl of olive oil and a sprinkle of sea salt. Serve immediately.


BOURBON-CARAMEL CHEESECAKE BITES Prep Time: 20 min. | Total Time: 3 hours 4 min. (incl. refrigerating) | Makes: 24 servings

WHAT YOU NEED 8 square shortbread cookies, finely crushed (about 1/2 cup) 1 Tbsp. butter, melted 1-1/2 pkg. (8 oz. each) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, (12 oz.), softened 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1 Tbsp. plus 1 tsp. bourbon, divided 1 vanilla bean 1 egg 12 KRAFT Caramels 1 Tbsp. milk

MAKE IT HEAT oven to 325ºF. COMBINE cookie crumbs and butter; press onto bottoms of 24 paper-lined mini muffin cups, adding about 1 tsp. crumb mixture to each cup. BEAT cream cheese, sugar and 1 Tbsp. bourbon in large bowl with mixer until blended. Use sharp knife to gently split vanilla bean pod lengthwise in half. Scrape seeds into cream cheese mixture; mix well. Add egg; beat on low speed just until blended. SPOON cream cheese mixture into prepared muffin cups, adding about 1 Tbsp. batter to each cup. BAKE 12 to 14 min. or until centers of cheesecakes are almost set. Cool completely. Refrigerate 1 hour. MICROWAVE caramels and milk in microwaveable bowl on HIGH 1 min. or until caramels are completely melted, stirring every 30 sec. Stir in remaining bourbon. Drizzle about 1 tsp. caramel sauce over each cheesecake. Refrigerate 1 hour.

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Sulfur Calming Mask, $36, control corrective .com

Clear Acne Olivia Palermo’s NYC dermatologist Dennis Gross says heat causes oil production to spike from June to August, trapping bacteria and leading to residual blemishes. His Rx: an antibacterial sulfur mask used three times a week. Derm Institute Cellular Brightening Spot Treatment, $290 for four ampoules, diskincare .com

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Fade Sun Spots Dendy Engelman, Sofía Vergara’s NYC dermatologist, recommends a serum with vitamin C. The skin-brightening superhero lightens pigment when used twice a day for two weeks. Sensitive types, she says, can try Derm Institute’s “nonirritating” potion.

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Palermo (Sept. 19) says she uses Gross’ products when her “pores are congested.”

Hyaluronic Marine Hydrating Modeling Mask, $46 for four, drdennis gross.com

Calm Irritation Itchy rashes and red bumps run rampant when skin’s water content is depleted by chronic sun exposure, explains Gross, so a hyaluronic acid mask is the perfect antidote. The powerful humectant (a.k.a. moisture-binding ingredient) helps skin maintain the optimal level of hydration.


Musts

Had a little too much fun in the sun? Top dermatologists offer at-home remedies for seasonal flare-ups Shrink Large Pores

The Method: Polish for Sensitive Skin, $75, lancer skincare.com

Clarifying Deep Cleansing Gel, $28, jurlique .com

Trapped oil and dirt stretch pores, making them appear larger, says Gross. Switch to a witch hazel–packed gel cleanser to break down gunk. The antiseptic ingredient, he relates, “saps oil and deep-cleans thoroughly.”

Hydrate Dry Patches

Heal Crepe-y Skin As soon as you spot what Beverly Hills dermatologist Harold Lancer calls “a cigarette-papery look” on the lower eyelids caused by sun exposure, exfoliate. Pumpkin enzymes, he says, “slough off damaged cells without any abrasion.”

Engelman notes the drop in air humidity is to blame for scaliness on elbows, knees and feet. For a quick fix, she suggests applying urea cream, which penetrates the deepest layers of skin to attract and retain water, twice daily for one week.

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WHERE CELEBS GO PRO GEORGIA LOUISE ATELIER

Christina Hendricks seeks out NYC facialist Louise for an HENDRICKS Elemis Biotec Facial. It employs an ultrasonic peel, microcurrent waves, an oxygen blast and LED light therapy to boost radiance. ($600 for 90 minutes, georgialouise.com)

By Monique Meneses

5TH AVENUE DERMATOLOGY SURGERY & LASER CENTER

Rapid Resurfacing Peel, $44 for 16 towelettes, murad.com

Dissolve Self-Tanner Excipial 20 percent Urea Intensive Healing Cream, $15 for 3.7 ounces, cvs.com

Color tends to linger on the cleavage and the neck — areas summer clothing hasn’t rubbed. Engelman advises clients to gently erase marks with glycolic acid–soaked pads, which “release pigment from the surface.”

For a serious cleaning, stars see facialists

To even skin tone, Sofía Vergara visits VERGARA Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank’s NYC aesthetician Edyta Jarosz for the OxyLight Facial, which features diamond microdermabrasion. ($500 for 90 minutes, pfrankmd.com)

JOANNA VARGAS SKINCARE

Ultrasound therapy and radiofrequency waves in the bicoastal pro’s ALBA Forever Facial, loved by Jessica Alba, feel like a warm massage and trigger collagen production that firms loose skin around the jawline and neck. ($850 for 60 minutes, joannavargas.com)

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The Girl on the Train Here’s the real mystery: How did a spine-tingling bestseller turn into a foggy melodrama that’s devoid of suspense? The girl on the train is Rachel (Emily Blunt), a lonely alcoholic who rides the Metro-North Railroad with a faraway look in her eyes. Every day, she glimpses out at a seemingly perfect couple who live on the same street as her ex (Justin Theroux), his new wife and their baby. Then Rachel wakes up caked in blood. She can’t recall what happened, and the unknown woman (Haley Bennett) is missing. Perhaps that setup would carry more heft if the suspects weren’t all miserable enigmas. Even Blunt, though a sympathetic sad sack, spends the movie stumbling around and whispering. Ugh. Despite her unreliable narration, don’t expect a Gone Girl–like twist: Anyone can see the silly climax approaching from miles away. MARA REINSTEIN 56

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Blunt fantasizes about the gorgeous couple and calls them “the embodiment of true love.”


MOVIES OPENS FRIDAY 10/7

The Birth of a Nation

Turner (Parker, second from right) organized the charge in Virginia.

At the Sundance Film Festival in January, Nate Parker received two standing ovations for directing, cowriting, financing and starring in this searing true story about an infamous slave uprising. He’s been embroiled in scandal since then, but there’s no denying this is a powerful piece of filmmaking. In 1831, Nat Turner (Parker) — who worked for a vicious plantation owner (Armie Hammer in one of many stock roles) — led a rebellion. The carnage was brutal, while the penalties were severe. Better movies will come along this year; few will pack this kind of wallop. MR

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1. GONE WITH THE WIND Margaret Mitchell After reading the Civil War– era drama, Jodi Picoult, then 13, was inspired to write. “This woman created a world out of words,” she says of the 1936 classic. “I thought, Maybe I could do that.”

2. OUT OF AFRICA Isak Dinesen As a Princeton junior, she wrote a thesis on the 1937 memoir about the author’s time in Kenya: “She doesn’t describe how she felt about her lover. Words fail us and that tells readers something.”

3. TURTLE MOON Alice Hoffman Packed with magical realism,

“this was the first book I read as an adult fan,” she says.

4. THE PAPER BAG PRINCESS Robert Munsch She loved reading this tale — the heroine rescues a prince — to daughter Sammy, now 21. “We wrote a book about a girl who helps a prince,” she says of their 2012 novel, Between the Lines. “Full circle!”

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5. LIFE OF PI Yann Martel The 2001 fantasy, praises Picoult, “is a brilliant exploration of how we make people believe the stories we tell. As a writer, my mind blew up.” Picoult tackles racism in Small Great Things (out October 11).

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How Rick Rolled With It n was a millionaire by age 21 was this big online prank and told and retired at 27. For 10 me, “Don’t sweat it. It’s not about years, I just made sandwiches you.” She was right. It’s just a fun and cleaned the garage until I ’80s pop tune, not making fun of went back on tour. I had the some great song with a deep mescleanest garage on the block! Anysage. It wasn’t personal and I learned way, in 2008, a friend of mine in to treat it as that. The weirdest part L.A. Rickrolled me, thinking was when I Rickrolled live in it would be funny. He emailed BY RICK the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day me a link to my 1987 video for ASTLEY Parade that year. To have ever Gonna Give You young fans singing it back to p” a few times. Each time, I’d me on the NYC streets was surreal. ail him back saying, “What I partly did that to put an end to it, re you doing?” Finally, I but it won’t go away. I’ve gotten over alled him and he said, “You it by now and don’t think about it on’t know?” I had no clue it anymore. At least it’s helped young as a thing. My daughter, people stay aware of my music. And milie, who was 16, had a besides, I can’t do anything about it. andle on it. She explained it There is no point in fighting it.

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“Guys are all wearing those same looks again!” Astley tells Us of the clip (inset).

ON THIS WEEK TUESDAY 10/11

Rae and Jay Ellis SUNDAY 10/9

INSECURE Awkward girls have a new hero! In this comedy, YouTube star Issa Rae plays a version of herself: an L.A. comic navigating friendships, a disappointing beau and a hunk on hold. (HBO, 10:30 P.M.) TUESDAY 10/11

THE LETTER Friend-tervention, anyone? Each week on this reality show, four besties send one another anonymous letters calling out worrisome behavior. Note to one ex–sorority sister: “You waste time on worthless men.” (Freeform, 9 P.M.)

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CHICAGO FIRE Careers may be extinguished in the drama’s fifth season. Kelly (Taylor Kinney) considers leaving the rescue squad to chase stardom. Coworkers Dawson (Monica Raymund) and Casey (Jesse Spencer), now fostering a rescued boy, also mull a safer life. (NBC, 10 P.M.) WEDNESDAY 10/12

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE + THE TENNESSEE KIDS Now this is a “Suit & Tie” occasion! Pop god Justin Timberlake (left) and his 25-member band bring the megahits in this concert special covering the final stop of 2015’s 20/20 Experience tour. (Netflix)

FRIDAY 10/14

HATERS BACK OFF In this comedy based on the web oddity Miranda Sings, a Tacoma, Washington, teen (Colleen Ballinger) thinks she’s a star-to-be. Anyone who hears her belt out Wicked’s “Defying Gravity” will beg to differ! (Netflix, all eight episodes available) FRIDAY 10/14

Baker and Woods THURSDAY 10/13

MASCOTS A mockumentary to cheer for: Best in Show mastermind Christopher Guest reteams with Jane Lynch, Parker Posey, Jennifer Coolidge and the gang to skewer ultracompetitive sports mascots. With a Gold Fluffy award at stake, will the marriage of Ollie the Octopus (Silicon Valley’s Zach Woods) and Tammy the Turtle (Sarah Baker) survive? (Netflix)

WOLF CREEK Squeamish viewers, try Dawson’s Creek. A college student (Lucy Fry) hunts the psycho who killed her family during a trip Down Under. The series is inspired by the 2005 cult flick. (Pop, 10 P.M.) JOHN GRIFFITHS

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TELEVISION Frances (Parker) tells Robert (Church): “We have to figure out what we’re doing here.”

THE US

-OWhat Hollywood is buzzing about this week LIVING PROOF FULL DRY VOLUME BLAST Spritz the texturizing spray (from the brand Cindy Crawford uses) onto fine, flat hair for tousled tresses with lots of volume. ($15, livingproof.com)

A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW

In Amor Towles’ novel, a Russian count is on house arrest in a luxury hotel in 1922. Brooke Shields has raved about the author. ($27, amazon.com)

EARBANZ How does Kim Kardashian protec 3-year-old North’s ears at dad Kanye West’s shows? With the adjustable foam muffs, available in 12 fun colors! ($30, usa.babybanz.com)

HGU NEW YORK During fall Fashion Week, Emily Ratajkowski stayed at this chic boutique hotel located just steps from the Empire State Building. (From $300, hgunyc.com)

SUNDAY 10/9

Divorce Carrie Bradshaw, meet Frances DuFresne. Headlining her first series since 1998–2004’s frothy Sex and the City, Sarah Jessica Parker plays another romantically challenged New Yorker. In this more acerbic comedy, Frances (Parker), an executive recruiter and mother of two, blurts to stuffy husband Robert (Thomas Haden Church): “I don’t love you anymore — I want a divorce.” Mining laughs, or fresh insight, from a skidding marriage is a tall order,

but so far Divorce only shows promise. The show’s tone does, however, lack consistency: Frances’ affair with cheesy commitmentphobe Julian (Jemaine Clement, miscast) is more odd than wry. And with Church hamming it up as the scorned man (plus Saturday Night Live alum Molly Shannon as a live-wire pal), the overly earnest Parker could go lighter. The actress is best in blunt mode, as when Frances tells Robert she once got so angry with him, she was ready to smash a Japanese cat figurine and “scalp you with one of the shards.” Ouch! (HBO, 10 P.M.) JG

ANGEL OLSEN Ellen Page tweeted she “can’t stop listening” to the Missouri indie folk singer’s song “Intern.” The track is on her new album, My Woman, out now. ($10, itunes.com)

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Deschanel and Samberg tell Us about becoming partners in crime solving he New Girl theme song is gonna need a fresh chorus: “Who’s that guy? It’s Jake!” Yes, Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Detective Jake Peralta encounters New Girl’s Jess Day on his home turf in NYC — and stars Andy Samberg, 38, and Zooey Deschanel, 36, are excited for what he calls a “union of powers” in backto-back episodes. The plot: Jess and her roommates are in town to celebrate Schmidt (Max Greenfield) being honored by his Long Island

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TUNE IN! Brooklyn Nine-Nine and New Girl air on Fox Oct. 11 starting at 8 P.M.

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Deschanel (with Samberg ) said when the network pitched the idea, she exclaimed: “Hell, yeah!”

And he’s like, “Hey m a cop. We should probably have some witty banter as I chase this dude.” ZD And then they do. AS It’s high stakes, though. They have different intentions. ZD He wants to catch that criminal and she wants to get the car back safely. Jess is driving Schmidt’s mom’s car to get Schmidt some soup from Schnagelman’s. Q: Do any other characters cross over? ZD Yeah, [Nine-Nine’s] Andre [Braugher] and Chelsea [Peretti]. I go to get the car back, so I’m in their police station. Is that what you call it? AS Precinct. ZD I’m at the precinct, and I have a real heart-toheart with Andre.

ey an . Q: Who’s the bigger diva? AS Definitely me. ZD He’s all about the glam! AS I’m like, “I need Chanel

perfume.” I can’t act without my Chanel! Q: Any favorite vintage crossover episodes? ZD All I remember is Empty Nest and The Golden Girls. AS The ones that keep coming to mind all involve the Harlem Globetrotters, like Scooby-Doo and the Harlem Globetrotters and Gilligan’s Island and the Harlem Globetrotters. Q: Any epic crossovers you’d like to see? ZD Stranger Things and — what would be a wild card? AS Game of Thrones. ZD Yes! Gamer Things. AS We should run our own network. This is working. ZD It’s just going to be a crossover network, though.


THURSDAY 10/13

Falling Water

FRIDAY 10/14

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Goliath A suspicious suicide. A ruthless corporation. A scrappy hero out to find the link. This intelligent drama from David E. Kelley hooks viewers as deftly as a John Grisham novel. In a terrific performance, Billy Bob Thornton disarms as Billy McBride, a once-idealistic L.A. lawyer nursing his personal wounds with booze and cynicism. As he helps a woman look into her brother’s death, a conspiracy emerges, each puzzle piece more enticing than the last. Though Billy’s life is a mess (his ex-wife works for the bad guys!), Goliath is a refreshingly straightforward whydunit. (Amazon Prime, all eight episodes available) JG

Even Stranger Things? An NYC security pro (David Ajala), detective (Will Yun Lee) and trend spotter (Lizzie Brocheré) have bizarre overlapping dreams that verge on reality. For Brocheré’s Tess, visions of a boy convince her she once gave birth — yet doctors say that’s impossible. Heavy on atmosphere, Water doesn’t frustrate like some paranormal dramas. It fascinates. And the terrifying entity revealed in the last scene only adds to the intrigue. (USA, 10 P.M.) JG

A billionaire gives Tess (Brocheré) answers.

Billy (Thornton) has a teenage daughter.

Sanitized TV Titles These shows dropped the hot-button language before they aired

IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA (JERKS)

GCB

(GOOD CHRISTIAN BITCHES)

TELENOVELA (HOT & BOTHERED)

(THE SECOND FATTEST HOUSEWIFE IN WESTPORT)

In this ABC comedy (debuting October 11, 8:30 P.M.), a wife and mother (Katy Mixon, above left) bemoans being in a different weight class than her ritzy Connecticut neighbors.

NEW GIRL

(CHICKS AND DICKS)

THE GOOD WIFE (LEAVE THE BASTARD)

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GABRIELLE UNION

Wearable wallpaper is fall’s weirdest trend.

“Maybe if I pull this sweatshirt down, no one will notice I forgot to wear pants.”

KRESSLEY > When

life handed her old tissues, she made a dress.

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WHEN BAD CLOTHES HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE In Milan Sept. 22.

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LAWRENCE >

Someone needs to change the Chanel.

ALESSANDRA AMBROSIO

Celebs should steer clear of these transparent dresses

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I’m pretty sheer she shouldn’t have worn that.

OLIVIA CULPO KEMBLE >

At least she can speed through airport security.

JENNA DEWAN TATUM KHO >

Somewhere, a seamstress is yelling, “Wait, I wasn’t finished!”

LORDE FLORES >

This dress is not all sunshine and rainbows.

ZOË KRAVITZ

CHARLIE XCX

CASEY >

A shower curtain and some table linens meet in a bar . . .

REICH >

It’s a dress and a butterfly net!

TOP COPS KATE CASEY

writer, comedian, @katecasey

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COOPER LAWRENCE host, 106.1 BLI

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founder, EFG PR, @rembrandtflores

NANCY DAVIS KHO writer/editor, @midlifemixtape

VIKKI REICH

writer, @uppoppedafox

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