Celebrity split… Queen Elizabeth’s photo snub… Tristan Thompson is heckled… ‘Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party’… and Dr. Oz to run for Senate in Pennsylvania
It’s a celebrity relationship status update! According to sources, Tiffany Haddish and Common have broken up after a little over a year of dating. The two of them had lived together during the COVID lockdown, but once things opened up, a source told People, “They’re never in the same city together and both of them are just too busy for a serious relationship.” But good news for “Outer Banks” fans! Co-stars Madelyn Cline and Chase Stokes broke up a few weeks ago, but it looks like they may be back together already. The two of them spent Thanksgiving together and even took a picture with a fan when they were out in public.
We’ve been nibbling on little tidbits, but now we get the whole enchilada! “Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan” is out today. If you believe everything written in this book, we finally know what the final straw was for Harry and Meghan that led them to leave the Royal Family. It was a snub by Harry’s beloved grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. Every year, the Queen delivers a holiday message to her kingdom. In 2019, she was sitting behind a desk covered with pictures of the Royal Family. There was a photo of Prince Charles and Camila…Prince William and his wife and kids….But no framed photo of Prince Harry, Meghan and baby Archie. According to the book, there WAS a picture of them displayed before the Queen began recording her address, but she looked them all over and told the director to remove it, saying, “I suppose we don’t need that one.” That was the year that William and Meghan took new baby Archie to the US to spend Christmas with her mom. A source said even Prince William was shocked when he saw there wasn’t a picture of his brother’s family and knew it would upset him. He just didn’t realize HOW MUCH it would upset him. It was shortly after the snub that Harry and Meghan announced they would be stepping down from the Royal Family.
Pro athletes are used to getting heckled by fans of the opposing team, but if you go to far, it could get you thrown out. Just days after LeBron James had a couple people booted for heckling him, Tristan Thompson got a man ejected from a game in Memphis for going a little too hard on him with the Kardashian comments. We don’t know exactly what was said that sent him over the edge, but Tristan pointed out the man to stadium staff. They stopped the game as security went over to this guy sitting courtside and escorted him from the venue. The heckling may have been a factor in Tristan’s performance that night. The Kings ended up losing to the Grizzlies, 128-101. After the game, the Kings’ interim coach Alvin Gentry told reporters, “I think [when] you pay for a ticket you’ve got a right to boo guys, you’ve got a right to cheer for your team … but inappropriate things should never be what anyone should say…I don’t think it needs to be talked about or anything, but obviously it’s not anything that I’m going to tolerate people saying to my players, I know that, not without intervening and asking them to be removed.”
Since 2004, Carson Daly has hosted NBC’s New Year’s Eve special. But not any more. This year, it’s Miley Cyrus who will be ringing in 2022 for NBC, live from Miami! The show is being produced by SNL’s Lorne Michaels and reportedly, Pete Davidson is going to co-host. Reportedly, NBC is hoping to create a new tradition in Miami — like NYC’s ball drop. But we have no idea what they’re thinking or how they’re handling the countdown at this point.
Miley Cyrus and Pete Davidson have been announced as the hosts of the ‘Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party’ special airing live from Miami on NBC. https://t.co/LO4GkMYREd— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) November 29, 2021
According to TMZ, Dr. Oz will go on Sean Hannity’s show tonight to announce he is running for a US Senate seat in Pennsylvania! According to their sources, Dr. Oz has already hired a full campaign staff and made a multi-million-dollar media buy in his home state. TMZ says it’s also likely that Dr. Oz will take a step back from his talk show over the next few months to campaign.
Pennsylvania Republican insiders say celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz, aka Dr. Oz, is likely to join Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race, perhaps as soon as this week. https://t.co/P3ZjxfkKFK— The Philadelphia Inquirer (@PhillyInquirer) November 30, 2021
Powered by WPeMatico