Issue 1157 April 17, 2017
J. Lo in Love!
KYLIE SPIES ON TYGA!
MY LIFE AS AN ADDICT Ü KELLY OSBOURNE opens up about her
drug habit: ‘I would do anything and everything’ Ü Using pills to cope with a cancer-stricken SHARON and a wasted OZZY: ‘I saw both parents flatline’ Ü How she beat Lyme disease after getting sober
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OSE TA LK On listening to Phil Collins’ “In the Air Tonight” during a workout, GABRIELLE UNION
“I wish I had a pound for every time I offended someone. Wait, I do.” RICKY GERVAIS
“The excitement for a lot of people is: Man and woman meet, get married, then have a baby. . . . There’s so much more to women.” On why she doesn’t talk about her 20-month-old daughter, Arlo, with husband Adam Brody, LEIGHTON MEESTER
“‘You truly are the most talented singer out there today,’ I said, a bit starstruck. She paused and said, ‘I know, baby,’ then walked on.”
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“I was pretty careful about where I shot, how long I was away, whether or not it worked out with the kids’ schedule. And I got so picky that I was unhirable.” On disappearing in Hollywood, MICHELLE PFEIFFER
“Maybe because I seem like someone who would have no other life besides boosting the ego of someone who is slightly more attractive than me, but less funny.” On always playing the best friend, JUDY GREER
On meeting Whitney Houston backstage at SNL,
“I played a pediatrician on ER. So I know how to work on extra children. . . . If there are any accidents, I’m there. I’m the guy.” On being ready for fatherhood,
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“That awkward moment when you lose your balance doing an airdrum solo while on the elliptical.”
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“THE HEART OF THE HOME IS THE KITCHEN, AND WE WANTED A SPACE WHERE WE COULD GET TOGETHER AS A FAMILY.”
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SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR TELLS US
HOT HOLLYWOOD Jennifer Lopez and former New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, a.k.a. J. Rod, are getting serious about their relationship and are discussing marriage; Kylie Jenner keeps a close eye on Tyga after he moves out of her Hidden Hills, California, mansion and into his own Hollywood Hills house
KELLY OSBOURNE: ‘ONLY I COULD SAVE MYSELF’ In exclusive excerpts from her new memoir, There Is No F*king Secret: Letters From a Badass Bitch, the daughter of Ozzy and Sharon details her almost fatal drug addiction and how she finally got clean
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Big little moves! Nicole Kidman and Faith Hill (right, who later performed with husband Tim McGraw) rocked out at the T-Mobile Arena April 2.
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Groovinâ€™ at the ACM Awards!
Backstreet Bring Down the House!
Miranda’s Historic Win! Miranda Lambert (with boyfriend Anderson East) became the first artist to receive Female Vocalist of the Year eight consecutive times.
Kelsea Ballerini (in Monique Lhuillier) vamped on country music’s big night.
Entertainer of the Year nominees Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban duetted on “The Fighter.” By Dana Rose Falcone
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Mama June Shannon showed off her stunning transformation April 2 in Georgia.
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Enjoying the Scenery! Amal Clooney wore $200 Paige denim maternity skinnies on an April 1 walk with husband George in Sonning, England.
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Amy Schumer (right) hammed it up with her Snatched mom, Goldie Hawn, at CinemaCon in Las Vegas March 30.
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Sienna’s a Saltwater Bae!
Yoga fan Sienna M iller wore a Mikoh bandeau top in Ca ncún Mexico, March 31. ,
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THEY SHEOIW OFF TH !R MOVES THEY POSE FOR SELFIES! Like father, like son! Jack Black and son Samuel, 10, broke into dance at the March 28 L.A. Lakers’ home game.
“So fun!” Reese Witherspoon (in Draper James) wrote of Orlando’s Planet Hollywood at Disney Springs opening March 17.
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THEY TOTE POPS OF COLOR! Vanessa Hudgens left an L.A. meeting carrying a Henri Bendel West 57th Hobo bag March 27.
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Island time! Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl vacationed in Hawaii March 29.
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Double the chee Luke Bryan un se! veiled his Madame Tussauds Nas hvill alter ego in NYC e March 1.
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So sketchy! Prince Harry reacted to a portrait presented to him in Grenada last November.
Howie Mandel (in Pasadena, CA, March 27) held his mini-me on the America’s Got Talent carpet.
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“So honored,” Alessandra Ambrosio (in Shanghai March 6) posted of meeting her statue.
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Pippa Middleton (in London March 22) jogged with cocker spaniel Rafa and fiancé James Matthews’ black Lab.
“Coming home to my loves,” Salma Hayek posted Jan. 28 of Blue (left) and Diva.
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Stars prove two pups are better than one On the Malibu set of Scorpion March 28, Katharine McPhee cuddled a couple of Chihuahuas.
Julianne Hough (Jan. 1) hugged her Cavalier King Charles spaniels.
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Lena’s Ruff Day! A barefoot Lena Dunham (in L.A. March 22) had her hands full. Bethenny Frankel got a pooch smooch from Lhasa apsos Biggie and Smalls in NYC Feb. 3.
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“Titan knows what every truck is,” Rowland (in Melbourne, Australia, March 26) tells Us.
After giving birth two years ago to son Titan, Kelly Rowland called her Ob-Gyn “seven or eight times a day,” she says. “I was like, ‘Why is my such-and-such doing this?’ and ‘Is that supposed to look like that?’ ” Now the singer, 36, wed to Tim Weatherspoon, 43, is sharing wisdom in Whoa, Baby!, a guide for new moms (out now). She fills Us in.
Q: Why write a book? I couldn’t find anything about what happens to moms. For me, my skin was crazy after the birth, so I have a 26
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dermatologist talk about that. A doctor and psychotherapist talk about what’s going on with your body.
Q: What’s Titan into now? He’s learning Spanish. Th day he was speaking to me i ish, and I was looking at th like, “What is he saying t Q: Whose advice do you follow? Kim Kardashian told me it’s easy when you have a baby just to be focused on the baby. Pay attention to your husband. Make him feel a part of it. He’s how the baby got here!
1. “On Sundays we just chill!” the Voice Australia coach posted on Instagram March 13. 2. Rowland calls Weatherspoon (with Titan Nov. 5) “everything I prayed for as a father for my child and an incredible husband.” 3. Mom and her mini-me dressed as Run-DMC for Halloween. With reporting by Cara Sprunk
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While in Buenos Aires for his Starboy tour, the duo visited a jazz club March 28.
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Smooth! Molly Ringwald carries AlkimMe rose oil to keep her skin dewy olly Ringwald is ecofriendly when she’s in search of a purse. “I get nearly every bag secondhand,” insists the mom of Mathilda, 13, and twins Adele and Roman, 7 (dad is writer Panio Gianopoulos, 41). “It’s better for the planet!” The 49-year-old guest star on CW’s Riverdale (Thursdays, 9 p.m.) dumps her Prada tote for Us.
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accumulates in my bag. Right now I’m into this Charlotte Tilbury lipstick in a coral-y pink. I wear it for day or night.” REMEMBER THE ’80S
“There’s a funny line in Breakfast Club: Ally Sheedy says, ‘You never know when you’re gonna have to jam.’ I carry my passport — you never know when you’re gonna have to hop on a plane.” PUSHING BUTTONS
“I have three little circular pins you put on a jacket. I don’t know
where or why I got them, but they’re there.” SWEET READ
“My husband and I just celebrated our 16th anniversary. He’s written me a poem every year, so I’ve been carrying this year’s poem with me. Everyone says, ‘Ugh, I’m lucky if I get a spa treatment!’ ” KERNEL OF TRUTH
“My kids love popcorn, so I have the healthy stuff. I’m the only person in the world who doesn’t like popcorn, but they love it.” Still life by Shana Novak
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“We’re having a great time,” Rodriguez (in NYC April 2) recently gushed on The View.
mom, Guadalupe Rodríguez (she hung with the duo in NYC April 2, inset), and sister Lynda feel the Fox Sports analyst “is very charming and good to Jennifer.” And the athlete’s sister, Susy Dunand, has welcomed Lo pez into the fold, captionin a March 17 Instagram with the Spanish word for in-laws. “Their families lov them together,” says the source, noting the 14-time MLB All-Star has already met her twins, Max and Emme, 9. (She met his two daughters in Miami.) “It’s a perfect match.” 32
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ennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are swinging for the fences. Just three months into their romance, the multihyphenate, 47, and the retired New York Yankee, 41, are mulling matrimony, reveals a close Lopez source. “They’ve been talking about the future, and marriage has come up,” says the source. “They aren’t making wedding plans, but they have been talking about their lives.” STAMP OF APPROVAL The duo already have their families’ blessings. A Lopez insider says the singer’s
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Spade and Rivera vacationed March 31.
DAVID & NAYA’S GLEE
When it comes to dating sexy women, David Spade is an ace. The Joe Dirt actor, 52, who has romanced Heather Locklear and Julie Bowen, is hooking up with former Glee star Naya Rivera, 30. “They started seeing each other a couple of weeks ago,” says a source of the pair, who worked together on Crackle’s January film Mad Families (he was a cowriter; she starred) and cuddled in the Halekulani hotel pool on Hawaii’s Waikiki Beach March 31. “It’s casual. They’re having fun.” The mom of son Josey, 19 months, who split from husband of two years Ryan Dorsey in November, is attracted to Spade because “he’s a great guy,” says the source. “And he’s supersmart.”
HASTY I DO’S Charlie Hunnam spills all on his three-year marriage
errible.” That’s how Charlie Hunnam describes his 1999 union. The King Arthur star, 37, told reporters March 30 that at 18, he eloped in Las Vegas with actress Katharine Towne, now 38, who he’d known for three wee The Brit explained that after the two met at a Dawson’s Creek audition, “we thought, What if we never see each other again? Let’s get married.” TOWNE By 2002, they were dividi assets. Added Hunnam: “I got the cats. . . . It’s a small victory!”
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Hunnam (in Las Vegas March 30) has been dating jewelry designer Morgana McNelis for 12 years.
Tyga and Jenner (in L.A. last August) “still speak every day,” says the friend.
TYGA & KYLIE
Living Apart Tyga and Kylie Jenner are giving each other space. Nearly 10 months after the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 19, invited the 27-year-old rapper to live at her $6 million Hidden Hills, California, mansion, “Tyga moved out,” a Jenner source tells Us. The most recent point of contention for the duo, who have been on and off since 2014: “Tyga feels he’s been belittled on the show.” KEEPING TABS Still, “they’re not broken up,” insists a second pal. “They’re just not spending as much time together.” Even so, while Tyga resides at his Hollywood Hills home 24 miles east of his girlfriend’s, “she will keep an eye on him,” says the Jenner insider. “She doesn’t trust him, but can’t let go.” USM AG A ZIN E.COM
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UNITED AIRLINES “I have flown united before with literally no pants on. Just a top as a dress.” On March 26, after United barred teens in leggings from boarding
FOX NEWS “I respectfully ask you please don’t ever tag me in anything, ever. Words cannot explain how much I detest you.” On March 27, after the network tagged her
Smith (in 2016) “wore acid-wash jeans” to jury duty, the eyewitness says.
WILL’S CIVIC DUTY Just another citizen! Will Smith may have brought a bodyguard when he reported to jury duty at the Santa Monica Courthouse March 28, but the star opted to mingle with other potential jurors as his security hung back. “Will was so friendly while people were telling him how much they loved Independence Day,” an eyewitness tells Us. The Oscar nominee, 48, even came prepared for a long day. “He brought a cooler from Gelson’s with his lunch!” adds the onlooker of Smith, who was ultimately dismissed by the judge. “He was so humble and nice.” 34
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JOHN LEGEND “@johnlegend hey u r a d--k on @NBCTheVoice” On March 27, when her musician husband appeared as an adviser on the NBC show
“dead to me @kfc” On March 27, after the chain canceled her order because it ran out of extra-crispy chicken; she then tweeted a Popeyes order
“‘10 entrees and 5 apps for 44 cents’ applebee’s . . . plz everyone eat at applebee’s they are desperado.” On March 27, mocking their deals; they Twitter followed her
JOHN CENA & NIKKI BELLA
Engaged at Last! Tag teammates for life! John Cena, 39, popped the question to fellow WWE star Nikki Bella, 33, at WrestleMania 33 April 2 when he proposed in front of 70,000 fans with a ring featuring a round center stone set in a diamond-studded band. “She was blown away!” her rep tells Us. Cena gushed on Today the next morning that his love of five years is “the absolute right person.”
“I feel strong and healthy,” Tarek tells Us.
P I V Scene O Jordin Sparks (above) making Easter treats with SweeTarts candies in L.A. O Kristen Stewart playing pool with girlfriend Stella Maxwell at New Orleans’ Rendezvous Tavern. O Chace Crawford dancing with girlfriend Rebecca Rittenhouse at Liv nightclub in Miami Beach. O Charlie Heaton eating with Stranger Things costar and girlfriend Natalia Dyer at Komodo in Miami.
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Christina and Tarek El Moussa are remodeling . . . their figures. Amid their divorce (Tarek, 35, filed in January to end the seven-year marriage), the stars of HGTV’s Flip or Flop are channeling their energy into fitness. “This is the best shape I’ve ever been in,” Tarek tells Us of his five-days-per-week weightlifting regimen. For her part, Christina, 33, practices yoga “to relieve a lot of stress,” she told Entertainment Tonight in March. Now the parents of Taylor, 6, and Brayden, 20 months, are showing off the results. On March 23, Christina displayed her toned body in a tiny bikini on Snapchat (inset). One week later, Tarek revealed his chiseled physique on Instagram. After beating cancer twice and overcoming a 2014 back surgery, he has reason to celebrate. “I didn’t want to be Mr. Ego,” he explains. “But people have been telling me I’m an inspiration. I just thought, I’m going to share my story.”
O Leonardo DiCaprio splitting sushi with girlfriend Nina Agdal, Sean Penn and Q-Tip at Zuma in NYC. O Bella Hadid donning an electronic ride-hailing glove for Lyft’s April Fools’ joke at L.A.’s Roosevelt hotel. O Judge Judy Sheindlin enjoying eggs Benedict for brunch at 208 Rodeo in Beverly Hills. O Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin bidding against each other in an auction after a performance of Dear Evan Hansen at the Music Box Theatre in NYC. O Model Alessandra Ambrosio dining at Strega Waterfront in Boston. Got some hot gossip? Email HOTHOLLYWOOD@USMAGAZINE.COM
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‘Only I Could Save Myself ’ In her honest memoir, Osbourne reveals how she found the confidence to change her life after a decadeslong drug addiction
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elly Osbourne was in pain. Catapulted into the spotlight from birth, Ozzy and Sharon’s middle child was constantly taunted by friends, fans and the media. “People would call and tell me to stop eating doughnuts because I was fat,” the TV personality recalls to Us. “I would cry my eyes out. I hated myself.” To numb her misery, she turned to prescription drugs. By 2002, when MTV began capturing The Osbournes, a 17-year-old Kelly was self-medicating daily “to make myself feel better.” But the high only made her sink lower. After four rehab stints, she finally got clean: “I realized only I could save myself.” Now, in her memoir, There Is No F*cking Secret: Letters From a Badass Bitch (out April 25), an eight-years-sober Kelly details her journey in the hope that “people will know they’re not alone.” The single L.A. resident, 32, shares excerpts with Us.
“I’m baring my soul to the world because I want to tell everyone who I really am,” Kelly (in 2016) tells Us.
While on a Hawaiian vacation with her family, Kelly, then 12, and her brother, Jack, then 11, secretly took shots of vodka. Though she says it gave her the “spinnies,” she would soon come to chase the buzz. When I was 13, I had my tonsils taken out and the doctors gave me a prescription for liquid Vicodin to help with the excruciating pain as I recovered. That started my first true love affair. After that, I would have had my tonsils out once a week if it would have gotten me more Vicodin. When I took it, the relentless screams of my normal insecure chattering were silenced. Instead of feeling different and out of place, like I normally did, I felt like part of the crowd, like everyone liked me. I wasn’t going to let these feelings go just because my prescription had run out, so I got more. I was an anxious kid, so doctors were always writing me scripts. I would say that they handed them out as freely as candy, but they probably would have been stricter with Fruit Gums and Maltesers than they were with Klonopin, Vicodin or Valium. Everything got worse as I got older. The Osbournes had thrust Jack and me into the spotlight. We were suddenly treated like celebrities everywhere we went.
We could tell Mum we were going for ice cream and then pop into the Whisky or the Rainbow Room. Soon we were regular club kids. With that came party drugs, which were a whole new world for me. Even though we got them from the same person, I can’t recall us ever using together. We never even talked about it, and the understanding was unspoken: The most important thing was that no one tell Mum and Dad. I already had a fucking five-star education on how to use drugs and how to hide them, because I’d seen it my whole life from being on tour. As a user, I was a “trash can,” someone who’d do any and everything. I never liked party drugs. Coke isn’t glamorous — it’s gross. I can’t stand Ecstasy. I don’t want to touch people, and I don’t want people touching me. I tried meth once because someone told me it was coke. It was the most disgusting feeling. I ended up cleaning my entire apartment with a toothbrush because I’d sneezed and thought a tiny speck could have fallen out of my nose, and if my dog found it, she would lick it up and then die.
FAMILY DRAMA At 17, Kelly scored a role in the Lindsay Lohan film Freaky
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COVER STORY Friday. But hours after flying to NYC in 2002, she turned back: Her mom had been diagnosed with stage III colon cancer — and given a 40 percent chance of survival. Sharon’s primary caretaker during chemotherapy, Kelly watched as her mom began to lose her hair and her spirit. Pills became my way of coping. I’d wake up every day in a new kind of hell, one that wouldn’t let me crawl back under the covers and hide. I had to make phone calls, sign papers, talk to doctors, console family members and, at 19, make adult decisions that would have been hard for someone three times my age. The only way I could face my life was by opening that pill bottle, shaking out a few pills — or a handful — and throwing them down my throat. Dad went insane. At the thought of losing Mum, he spiraled into heavy, heavy addiction, worse than anything we’d seen in years. (Unbeknownst to the rest of the family,
Kelly credits Ozzy for her “mischievous” personality. After his accident, “he yelled at the doctors not to mess up his tattoos.”
Dad was paying an exorbitant amount of money for a “doctor” to come to the house and shoot him up whenever he wanted, while the man’s son sat in our dining room and played video games on a handheld Nintendo.) I knew I had to take care of Mum because no one else could. I essentially moved in with Mum, slept on a foldout bed next to her every night, and even had my own parking space at the hospital. It was my mission to show my mother unconditional love and make her laugh. She had always called me her little Snow White because of my pale skin and red lips. One day, I dyed my bright pink hair black, put on a bright red ribbon and red lipstick and waltzed into her room singing “Someday My Prince Will Come.” She laughed so hard she almost wet the hospital bed. [One day] Mum had a seizure. I called for an ambulance, and together with her idiot nurse, we got
ROCK’S FIRST FAMILY Growing up Osbourne, “you’re a walking billboard for sin,” jokes Kelly
Mum stabilized. I ran downstairs to get Dad from his room. Dad was there in his boxers, and I watched him scoop his hand into a bowl of pills, swallow a handful of something and wash it down with vodka, like it was water and he was dying of thirst. I didn’t know what to do. Dad and I rode to the hospital in the ambulance. He leaned over to put his hand out to see if Mum was breathing. Then he passed out with his hand over her mouth, and it looked like he was trying to kill her. The EMTs tried to pull him off, and Dad, not knowing where he was or what he was doing, started to resist out of habit. I begged the EMTs not to call the police. “Please don’t do this,” I said. “What do I have left if you do this?” I was sobbing and shaking, scared out of my mind, and the EMTs took pity on me and decided not to call the police, but they
Sharon and Ozzy set strict rules. “If I wanted a beeper, I had to get a job. I applied at Mrs. Field’s Cookies.”
Sharon and Ozzy still embarrass kids Jack, Aimee and Kelly (from left). “They make out in public. It’s gross.”
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Jack, Kelly and older sister Aimee (from left) loved being on the road: “Having a TV on the bus was the coolest thing that ever happened.”
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At a Christian private school, Kelly (center with Sharon, Ozzy, Aimee and Jack) was “told to pray because my dad was a Satanist!”
said that they were rushing Dad into detox. They then handed me two zipties and I had to tie those gargantuan hands to a bar along the back of the bench so they could check his vitals and give him oxygen. Once we were at the hospital, I ran back and forth from the room where my mother was recovering from a seizure to the room where my father was being treated for a drug overdose and alcohol poisoning.
ROCK BOTTOM The following year, a 600-pound ATV landed on Ozzy, breaking his collarbone, a vertebra and his ribs. Beside his London hospital bed in December, Kelly watched him flatline. After 14 days in a coma, he recovered. To face each day, Kelly turned to pills. “I thought I was worthless,” she says. By 2004, she was unable to hide her addiction. My first trip to rehab at 19 was a literal trip, after I was so fucked up
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that I fell down on the living room floor and all my drugs came spilling out of my bag. My parents decided I was going to rehab, something we knew all about since Dad had checked into the Betty Ford Center the day after I was born. Still, I didn’t know what to expect for myself. As soon as it dawned on me that this was really happening, I grabbed handfuls of pills, whatever I could find, and swallowed them. I figured I might as well go out with a bang. My
parents then threw me into the back of an MTV production van, where the crew covered me with a blanket so they could sneak me past the crowd of paparazzi outside our house and take me to Promises Treatment Center in Malibu. I completely blacked out and didn’t come to until after I’d pissed myself in a chair in the waiting room at check-in. As I woke up and looked around, I thought I was tripping because I could hear my parents’ voices. Little did I know they were coming from the TV, because they were on Larry King Live at that very moment. They’d gone on the show to promote the third season of The Osbournes, but instead were talking about how I’d gone to rehab when I hadn’t even made it past the front desk. I was covered in piss and angrier than sin.
COMING CLEAN Kelly moved to London and stayed temporarily sober. But back L.A. in
After The Osbournes premiered, “there were dolls and calendars of us. I didn’t like that level of fame.”
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Dancing With the Stars helped “me carve out my own life and not be some cliché celebrity child,” says Kelly (with Louis van Amstel).
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“My biggest fear is losing my family,” says Kelly. “We’ve been through so much. It’s made us stronger.”
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4 CRAZY THINGS I SAW AT OZZFEST For her first 20 years, Kelly spent summers at heavy metal festivals
roupies. Fire eaters. Strippers. “I saw things I was too young to see,” says Kelly, who jotted down a few. Ü “I must have seen at least 100 dicks being sucked before I ever saw a penis that was meant for my eyes only.” Ü “I once saw a girl stick a pen up her ass and use it to write people’s names.”
Ü “There was the girl who was convinced to take off all her clothes and do naked jumping jacks while chanting, ‘I love Ozzy! I love Ozzy!’ just so that she could get a free glow stick.” Ü “There was the one who had ‘Brown-Eyed Girl’ tat tooed around her asshole — though, to her credit, she had a very cute anus.”
2008 filming Osbournes Reloaded, her insecurities returned. Pills helped. “The only people I talked to were my pizza delivery guy and the guy I texted to deliver drugs,” she says. “I didn’t want to live anymore.” Then her second chance knocked. When a guy showed up at my house and said he was there for my intervention, I knew what was in store, and I hated him. Now at this point, I was ready to quit, but I was also so, so angry. I knew I had a problem, and again I found myself in a selfish train of thought, wondering why it had taken everyone around me so long to help. I went ballistic and made the intervention guy stand outside while I screamed. Mum called the cops, and when they showed up, they felt sorry for me. Instead of arresting me, they gave me their business card and said to call if I ever needed anything. After that, I made everyone leave the house, then fell to the floor and sobbed. I managed to have one second of clarity that spiraled into shame. Why was I blaming everyone else for what I was doing to myself? I packed my suitcase and let the guy with the clipboard take me to rehab. 40
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Kelly (left, with Sharon in June 2001) calls Ozzfest her “summer camp.”
On this trip azelden Betty Ford’s Springbrook center, outside of Portland, Oregon. It saved and changed my life. It was finally where I learned how to differentiate myself from my family. There, I learned that structure, schedule and rules really do work for me, and when I left I felt equipped to live life on life’s terms, even though I was terrified.
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FRESH START Kelly turned to food for comfort. Three weeks after leaving rehab, the 5-foot-2 star reached her heaviest weight, 160 pounds. “It was humiliating,” she recalls. To shed pounds, she signed on for ABC’s Dancing With the Stars in 2009: “I was convinced I’d be voted off the first week.”
My chubby ass pulled the leotard out of the closet and went for it. It was the best thing I’ve ever done. I can honestly say that [DWTS pro] Louis van Amstel changed my life. He was one of the first people in my entire life, outside of my family, who was 100 percent there for me. I showed up to my first day of rehearsal on an empty stomach. Halfway through, I puked. Louis took one look at me bent over a trash can and sighed. “This is going to be a tougher job than I thought,” he said. He taught me how to eat mostly lean protein and vegetables — as opposed to fat and carbs, which were what I usually ate — and to adjust how many calories I ate according to how much I practiced. The sheer physical exercise of Dancing With the Stars wasn’t the hardest part of it, though. The hardest part was being forced to look at myself in the mirror all day long. Finally, a friend had enough of me. “I’m sick and tired of hearing you talk about yourself this way,” she said. She made me promise that I would stop; then she made me stand in front of the mirror and say “I am beautiful” 10 times in a row while looking. Every morning, before I went to rehearsal, I would stand in front
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of the mirror and tell myself I was fucking beautiful. Sure, it felt silly, but it also worked. I started to find things that I actually liked. When Louis and I came in third that season, I was so fucking proud — this was not a victory that people could write off by attributing it to the fact that I was Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter. I lost almost 50 pounds, which is a lot for someone my size. When I first saw the beginnings of a six-pack, I threw my Spanx in the garbage. Good riddance. The reactions that I got after I was on Dancing With the Stars were some of my main prompts for wanting to write this book. Everyone kept asking, “What’s your secret?!” as if I fucking had one! I was a fucked-up ugly duckling who somehow emerged a lavender swan. I went from being the girl mums told their kids to stay away from to the girl mums follow on social media and stop in the street to ask for advice about their own daughters’ struggles. So after fielding the same question what seemed about 50 million times, I decided to write this book because: THERE IS NO FUCKING SECRET!
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HEALTH STRUGGLE For Ozzy’s 56th birthday in 2004, Sharon surprised him with a reindeer sanctuary in the backyard of their England home. Kelly was bitten by a tick, which Ozzy burned off with a match. Still, the bug left its mark. For a decade, Kelly suffered from “traveling pain,” she writes, from a sore throat to stomachaches, until she had a seizure while filming E!’s Fashion Police March 7, 2013. Doctors diagnosed her with epilepsy. The doctors kept changing my prescription, trying to get the dosage right, and it turned me into a zombie. You know in movies where a mental patient sits in a rocking chair in a cardigan and nightgown and stares at a wall all day? That was me. My prescriptions kept piling up. I couldn’t sleep, so they gave me
Ambien. When Ambien made me nauseated, they switched me to Trazodone, but that gave me acid reflux, so then I had to take an antacid every day. I took cranberry extract and antibiotics because one medication made me prone to getting urinary tract infections. Painkillers — for an ex–painkiller addict — to help with the head and body aches. Not kidding — I had pills to deal with the anxiety that I was having from taking so many pills. When I got yet another prescription that left me barely able to speak, I was reduced to a lump on the couch, and that was my breaking point. I took my bag of pills, and my fiancé [Matthew Mosshart; the two split in 2014] drove me to my mum’s house. I sat them all out, one by one, until they lined up the length of the counter. “I can’t live like this anymore,” I said. “I’m a vegetable.” As a last resort, she called Philip Battiade at Infusio, an alternative medicine practitioner. I’d first met him when he treated my brother for MS. When I met with Philip, I assured him that I hadn’t used
Inside Her Alternative Treatment With the stem cell therapy Kelly received in Germany, “my body cured itself,” she tells Us. “When I left Frankfurt, for the first time in my life, I was like, I feel alive.” Still, the procedure — estimated to cost $40,000 — is not FDAapproved, warns Phillip J. Baker, executive director of the American Lyme Disease Foundation in Kensington, Maryland. “There’s no clear evidence it’s beneficial,” he says, noting that it is not available in the U.S. Instead, Baker recommends oral antibiotics: “Most cases can be resolved within three weeks.”
unprescribed drugs in years and that I thought I had Lyme disease. I had started entering my symptoms into online quizzes, and the results kept coming back Lyme disease. For the first time, someone listened to me, and I got tested. The results were positive: I had stage III neurological Lyme disease. I was relieved to finally know what was going on, but I was also scared shitless. I got on a plane and flew to Philip’s treatment center in Germany. I started stem cell therapy. Rather than trying to kill off the disease with antibiotics, this treatment worked to strengthen my immune system so my body could fight off and get rid of the disease on its own, which is a much more complete and lasting cure. I stayed for two weeks. I was experiencing emotions and feelings again. I’d been in a diseased and doctor-approved drug-induced haze for so long that I didn’t know what it was like to be happy or sad or in pain. I’ve kept quiet about my Lyme disease, not only for fear of pharmaceutical companies coming after me because of the cure I found in Germany but also because it seems like the trendy disease to have right now, and I’m tired of seeing sad celebrities play the victim on the cover of weekly mags. Since I know firsthand how awfully debilitating it is, I know who really has it and who is just trying to prolong their 15 minutes. I don’t understand how anyone could think that the life you have to live with Lyme disease is glamorous. I’ve learned to advocate for myself when it comes to my health, and I trust my intuition. If I think something is wrong, I refuse to let anyone dismiss it. And sadly, I stay the fuck away from reindeer. From There Is No F*cking Secret by Kelly Osbourne, to be published on April 25, 2017, by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC. Copyright © 2017 by Kelly Osbourne. USM AG A ZIN E.COM
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. . . don’t shop! Stars such as Andy Cohen prefer getting man’s best friend from a shelter. The Bravo host brought home his beagle-foxhound mix, Wacha, from a West Virginia facility in 2013.
Welcome to the jungle! Stars make room in their hearts (and homes) for all kinds of furry, feathered, wild and tame animals
Betty White is so passionate about pets (she has a golden retriever named Pontiac), the actress turned down a part in 1997’s As Good as It Gets because of an animal-cruelty scene.
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When it comes to dogs, Miranda Lambert has a soft spot — and deep pockets. The owner of five rescues founded MuttNation, a charity that raises cash for shelters. She has donated more than $200,000!
C Polly want a . . . couture gown! In 2013, Sandra Lee’s bird, Phoenix, pecked the beads off a Vivienne Westwood dress she was set to wear to the Met Gala.
Kaley Cuoco took up horseback riding when she was a teenager. “It’s a wonderful activity,” the star, who owns seven steeds, tells Us. “It’s become a little bit more than a hobby. It’s a passion. It has completely centered me.” Riding also keeps her in shape. She calls the pastime “a serious workout.”
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Since buying a California farm, The Big Bang Theory’s Johnny Galecki has learned about hom on the range. For one, he tells Us, “goats are friendlier than I thought!
She lives for the applause . . . er, double taps. Lady Gaga’s French bulldog, Asia (above), has a page on the social media site (@missasiakinney) and 240,000 followers! Marc Jacobs’ pooch, Neville (@nevillejacobs), is nipping at her heels, with 201,000 fans of his own.
Bella Thorne has two, Lola and Louis. “They know I’m having a bad day,” she tells Us. “They’ll come up to me and they’ll just snuggle.”
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HYPOALLERGENIC Barack Obama’s executive order when dog shopping in 2009: no shedding breeds! (Daughter Malia is allergic.) The late Senator Ted Kennedy gifted them a Portuguese water dog, Bo.
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Over the years, Mariah Carey has given her pups, including Jack Russell terrier Jill E. Beans (right), whimsical names: Cha Cha, Jackie Lambchops, Squeak E. Beans, the Good Reverend Pow Jackson, Pipitty L. Jackson and Mutley P. Gore Jackson III. (JJ just got initials!)
Pucker up! A sloppy kiss is a universal sign of affection. Actress Lake Bell felt the love at an ASPCA event in 2015. Is for
Where are you now? Justin Bieber’s pet capuchin monkey, OG Mally, was confiscated by German customs officials after the “Sorry” singer entered the country in 2013 with him. According to GQ, the simian now lives in a German animal park.
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“My corgis are family,” Queen Elizabeth II has said. For well more than half a century, the British monarch has kept a number of the Welsh pups as pets. Today, she owns one, Willow, as well as dachshund-corgi mixes Candy and Vulcan.
R Come for the Bunnies, stay for the birds. Hugh Hefner’s Los Angeles estate has a licensed zoo on the premises that features cranes, toucans, parrots, pelicans — and squirrel monkeys!
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Float like a butterfly, sting like a . . . Bengali tiger?! Mike Tyson has owned several of the jungle cats, including one who “knocked my teeth out,” he has said.
SPECKLED SUSSEX Martha Stewart has kept this breed of chicken (as well as Cochins and Jersey Giants) at her Bedford, New York, farm. Her egg haul: about 100 a day!
Do you, Puddy, take Pippa to be your lawfully wedded partner? In 2015, John Legend officiated a “wedding” between the English and French bulldogs he shares with wife Chrissy Teigen. He even serenaded the newlyweds with his hit “All of Me.”
The 16-year-old daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith got her first boa constrictor at age 7. “Willow had wanted this one snake forever,” Pinkett Smith told Redbook. “She’d go into the pet store and . . . wrap it around her.”
Bravo’s Lisa Vanderpump, the founder of the Vanderpump Dogs rescue center in L.A., has a veritable pack of canines at her own home: Giggy, Schnooky, Rumpy Pumpy, Avery, Lollipop, Harrison, Pikachu and Pink Dog. Keeping them company? Swans Hanky and Panky and horses Tardon, Diamond and Rosé.
What a girl wants: three dogs! Christina Aguilera shares her home with Nugget, Chewy and Stinky. Nugget, for one, “loves to be on camera,” she jokes.
It’s truly love, love. Tennis pro Serena Williams takes her teacup Yorkshire terrier, Chip, everywhere — including the tennis courts!
Before her French bulldog, Beau, passed away suddenly in 2016, Hilary Duff treasured naps together. Sweet dreams, little guy.
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Bold colors — particularly sunset shades, like fuchsia and orange-y reds, — are joyful in spirit.
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Victoria Beckham for Target polyester buttondown ($30) and midiskirt ($35), all at target.com
Victoria Beckham for Target polyester and rayon dress, $40
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Faux-leather bag, $39, charming charlie.com
Victoria Beckham paired her own $790 top, $5,345 skirt, $1,150 bag and $450 frames with $725 Manolo Blahniks last September.
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Beckham (in 2011) accessorized her $775 dress with her $470 sunnies and $1,445 Louboutins.
Leather booties, $160, seychelles footwear.com
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Pop-inspired ’60s florals are perfect for summer. Muted ones evoke a beautiful English garden in bloom.
Monochromatic dressing is about mixing and matching separates for an instantly pulled-together look.
Victoria Beckham for Target polyester and rayon top ($26) and pants ($40)
Victoria Beckham for Target polyester top ($28) and skirt ($30)
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She wore a $1,110 crew neck, $950 skirt, $1,350 bag, $365 shades and $725 Manolo Blahnik heels last September.
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GILDED NAILS BEYONCÉ Two coats of the metallic hue, painted on by manicurist Lisa Logan, matched the singer’s Peter Dundas gown Feb. 12.
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CHRISSY TEIGEN The same night, manicurist Kimmie Kyees applied a shimmering soak-off gel formula on the model’s tips for the Grammy Awards.
KATIE HOLMES A tip from pro Genevieve Herr, who beautified the star Feb. 9: “Blot color to prevent bleeding of brights.”
Colour Gloss in Gorgeous, $17, artistic naildesign .com
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PRIYANKA CHOPRA Nars’ raspberry tint left the Quantico lead with a matte finish Feb. 12.
Semi Matte Lipstick in Funny Face, $28, nars cosmetics.com
JOAN SMALLS On Feb. 27, Ta smudged blush from lash lines to just above the brand spokesmodel’s crease. Estée Lauder Pure Color Envy Sculpting Blush in Pink Ingenue, $34, ulta.com
FUCHSIA EYES TRACEE ELLIS ROSS range, red, bronze and gold created a “fuchsia bronze fect” Jan. 29, says o Mylah Morales.
SOPHIA BUSH Her pro Patrick Ta layered rose in Chanel’s quad over a pink lipstick by the br and (yep, you read that right!) Jan. 29.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette, $42, sephora.com
Les 4 Ombres MultiEffect Quadra Eyeshadow in Tissé Cambon, $61, chanel.com
JEWELED TIARAS Artemisia Crystal Crown, $750, jennifer behr.com
SALMA HAYEK The actress decorated her ’do with a 19th century diamond laurel leaf headband by Fred Leighton at the Academy Awards Feb. 26.
RUTH NEGGA Earlier in the evening, the Loving lead stepped onto the red carpet in Gemfields x Irene Neuwirth’s 146-carat ruby headpiece.
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JANELLE MONÁE A crystal crown by Jennifer Behr complemented her Elie Saab gown Feb. 26.
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S “Blue isn’t typically my favorite,” jokes Lovato. “But I’m embracing it!”
Lovato tackles a new experience of her own
o truly feel blue, Demi Lovato had to push herself. As the voice of courageous Smurfette in Smurfs: The Lost Village, “I was stepping out of my comfort zone,” the pop star, 24, tells Us. “When I’m singing, I’m in my element. This was so different. I was really focused.” In the cartoon flick (out April 7), her character leads her pals on a dangerous journey through a magical forest in hopes of finding a mysterious town. For her part, Lovato can get behind such a daring move: “Smurfette and I are both serious about an adventure!” 56
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The L.A.-based star, dating MMA fighter Guilherme “Bomba” Vasconcelos, 31, shares more with Us. Q: Did you want to portray Smurfette a certain way? Well, we’re both confident. So I wanted her to be seen as a confident young woman. She’s very independent. She wanted to go on this journey by herself. Q: Past Smurf cartoons have been male-centric. Was it important to you that this film have a strong female presence? Times are changing and I think that’s what people want to see. I love that
this generation is going to grow up knowing you can be a strong, independent woman. I also think storywise, this is something that hasn’t been done, so now we’re doing it. Q: What would your real-life Smurf name be? It would be Singing Smurf, as silly and lame as that is! Q: These days, are you focusing more on acting than music? Music is my top priority, but I would love to continue acting at some point. Right now, I’m working on my next album. Hopefully you’ll see an album by the end of this year. JAMIE BLYNN
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Demi Gets Animated! While her character Smurfette seeks out adventure,
MOVIES OPENS FRIDAY 4/7
Evans refuses to send his niece to a special school for prodigies.
Gifted Good for Chris Evans for reaching beyond his Captain America constraints. Alas, he disregarded Hollywood’s Golden Rule: Never act with pets or kids. He’s upstaged by both of ’em in a treacly family drama. Evans plays Frank, a philosophy professor turned boat mechanic (seriously) raising his late sister’s daughter, Mary (Mckenna Grace). The girl is not only annoyingly precocious with her snappy retorts and one-eyed cat, it turns out she’s the Will Hunting of the elementary-school set. The discovery leads to a draggedout custody war between Frank and his British mother, during which characters spew sermons instead of dialogue. In a small story, ingenuity is vital. Little Mary might be brilliant, but there’s something to be said for cinematic street smarts. MARA REINSTEIN
TELEVISION Post–White House, Selina (Louis-Dreyfus) still gets bumbling assistance from Gary (Tony Hale).
Veep It’s tough on the way down! A year after Selina Meyer (Julia LouisDreyfus) lost her bid to stay POTUS, the self-absorbed potty-mouth has trouble finding her footing. So do this political comedy’s writers, showing Selina and her former associates in separate ho-hum season 6 story lines. Dan (Reid Scott) cohosts CBS This Morning with a diva (Margaret Colin), Amy (Anna Chlumsky) heads up her dopey fiancé’s run for Nevada governor — and laughs just trickle. The Emmy-winning lead remains hilarious, though, as TV’s offender in chief. When flunky Richard (the sublime Sam Richardson) notes that her new low-rent office in the Hispanicheavy South Bronx makes for good “optics,” she quips, “Maybe I can host Showtime at the Apollo next week.” (HBO, 10:30 P.M.) JOHN GRIFFITHS USM AG A ZIN E.COM
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Aussie newcomer Katherine Langford tells Us about her drama 13 Reasons Why — and boss Selena Gomez
one’s part in her death. The poignant story, Langford says, “has the potential to change lives.” WORD PLAY The actress (who only took her first class in 2015) used a dialect coach to help nail the American accent. But one word tripped her up: no. “We say no-oooh, with a little bit of a scoop,” she notes. “So saying ‘no’ was the hardest thing.” FAST FRIENDS On set in Northern California, Langford says, she and her costars bonded over this “special” project, exec-produced by Selena Gomez. “I’d like to say I kept it together when we met,” Langford says. “But in my head, I was freaking out, like, This is Selena Gomez! Maybe I wasn’t so cool.” ERIC ANDERSSON
ON THIS WEEK Danes (left) and Elizabeth Marvel SUNDAY 4/9
HOMELAND In the drama’s season 6 finale, Carrie (Claire Danes) aims to save America — and her threatened little girl — from diabolical CIA honcho Dar Adal (F. Murray Abraham). (Showtime, 9 P.M.) MONDAY 4/10
ANGIE TRIBECA Crazed murderer on the loose! The comedy opens season 3 with the titular LAPD detective (Rashida Jones) consulting Hannibal Lecter–esque doctor Thomas Hornbein (Chris Pine) . . . who offers relationship advice! (TBS, 10:30 P.M.)
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HELP MY YELP What’s wrong with Paco’s Tacos in Brooklyn? Each week, top Yelp critics secretly suss out why an eatery has so many lousy customer reviews. After the once-over comes the makeover. (Food Network, 10 P.M.)
GIRLS Goodbye, Hannah Horvath, self-proclaimed voice of a generation! After five years of life and love angst, Lena Dunham’s pregnant, narcissistic writer turns the page on a new chapter. (HBO, 10 P.M.) SUNDAY 4/16
THE WHITE PRINCESS
Fuller House’s Jodie Sweetin (below) and ’90s-famous pals Beverley Mitchell (7th Heaven) and Christine Lakin (Step by Step) spoof their current showbusiness lives. In the opener, they encounter a spacey spiritual guru played by Heaven’s Andrew Keegan. (Pop, 8 P.M.)
Poor Courtney Clarke (Jennifer Hudson): The singer is wasting her talents in a slew of embarrassing venues. That all changes when an unlikely Hollywood legend — low-rent talent manager Sandy Wexler (Adam Sandler) — decides she needs to be a star! This ’90s-set comedy flick features cameos from Chris Rock and Conan O’Brien. (Netflix)
Outlander fans, this new drama — a sequel to The White Queen (2013) — is for you: In war-torn 1480s England, strong-willed princess Elizabeth (Jodie Comer) grudgingly weds rude king Henry VII (Jacob CollinsLevy). (Starz, 8 P.M.) JG
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Producer Gomez describes Langford as “captivating.”
atherine Langford tackled seriously heavy subject matter in her first major project, 13 Reasons Why. “We cover issues that are ally hard, like sexual assault and icide, in an unflinching way,” the rth, Australia, native tells Us. “We dn’t sugarcoat it.” On the Netflix drama (all episodes streaming now) — based on Jay Asher’s 2007 YA bestseller — the 20-yearold plays bullied teen Hannah, who takes her own life. She leaves a series of cassette tapes to be passed among 13 Langford and costar people, explaining each nette.
TELEVISION Radical action forces Jas (Pinto) to go on the run.
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Guerrilla Flag-waving politicians, charges of police racism, rising tensions — sound familiar? This pedigreed drama (Oscar winner John Ridley writes, Idris Elba coproduces) follows radicals in 1970s London, yet it couldn’t be more timely. Freida Pinto and Babou Ceesay are committed as Jas and Marcus, an idealistic couple who criticize, at length, the bigotry surrounding them. Guerrilla’s fuse begins to spark after cops kill one of their friends simply for being black. With starkly cool fury, the two form an underground cell, prepared to set bombs and take lives to effect change. Elba only adds to the friction as a horrified peace-minded activist in this ultimately tragic, and lingering, six-parter. (Showtime, 9 P.M.) JG
Bob Marley’s 18-year-old grandson just dropped his first reggae-pop single, “Lions.” Shawn Mendes raved it’s “insane how good it is!” ($1.29, itunes.com)
Ewan McGregor stopped by the modern 40,000-square-foot NYC fitness center, which boasts a virtual-reality cycle studio and saltwater pool. (tmplgym.com)
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In London March 28.
In L.A. March 25.
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KHO > Cold shoulders, meet sweaty elbows. KEMBLE > What Cinderella looks like after midnight. RAMOS > At least she’s got built-in floaties if the ship goes down.
EMMA ROBERTS KINTNER > Dressing
in purple doesn’t make you royalty. KHO > This shade is called Grapes of Wrath. CASEY > This dress will also decorate the Easter table.
HIMEL > Poke her
and candy will come out. CASEY > Made from everything at the bottom of your purse. KHO > The smaller the ring you hit, the bigger the prize!
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ANDREA HENRY stand-up comic
Access Hollywood style, @AnthonyRamosAH
NANCY DAVIS KHO writer/editor, @midlifemixtape
celebrity stylist, Erichimel.com
writer, comedian, @katecasey
STEVE KEMBLE CBS Radio
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In NYC March 22.
In Miami March 22.
In Pasadena, CA, March 27.
VANESSA HUDGENS KEMBLE > About
as necessary as a High School Musical reboot. LAWRENCE > She’s gone from A-sharp to C-minor. SCIUTTO > I just want to pick her up by her head and ring her like a bell.
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twirls around, she could take an eye out. SCIUTTO > A flapper who flopped. LAWRENCE > At least she can be seen at night by oncoming traffic.
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Taking the lead! The Dancing With the Stars host, 61, gives it a whirl for Us
Dancing With the Stars airs on ABC Mondays at 8 P.M.
Beetle convertible, but after driving it for a few hours, I crave automatic transmission and satellite radio. 2. I was an altar boy. After I learned the Catholic Mass in Latin, they changed it to English. Now I’m agnostic. 3. For more than 30 years, I’ve practiced Transcendental Meditation. 4. I started meditating because I had concerns about my temper. 5. I put my fist through several apartment walls in my twenties. Putting a poster over the hole doesn’t get you our securit e osit back.
7. I never got a college degree because I was already working in radio when I graduated from high school. 8. I meditate in my dressing room before every Dancing With the Stars broadcast, between the dress rehearsal and the live show. 9. I love hosting live television. 10. But I’m not great at social gatherings. 11. When my wife was pregnant with our first daughter, I knew the sex of the baby for six months, but she didn’t! 12. I’m good at keeping secrets.
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18. I start every morning with a Starbucks Venti iced coffee. 19. I’m addicted to Angry Birds and Spider Solitaire. 20. I had a carefully catalogued comic book collection as a kid. I was always a Marvel guy. 21. At 16, I stupidly sold the entire collection for about $20. I thought I’d feel more mature.
I taped interviews with Moe Howard and Larry Fine of The Three Stooges when I was 20. Howard Stern and I turned them into a special on his SiriusXM channel back in 2009. 23. I never realized how long a list of 25 things could feel. 24. I was sure DWTS would only be a summer fill-in show. 25. I’d make a lousy psychic.
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