- Fox Business News says Royal Caribbean is canceling all of their cruises to Russia because they invaded the Ukraine
- Fox Business News says Volkswagen is going to stop making vehicles in Russia
- The Wrap says Charlie Sheen and Entourage stars Kevin Connelly, Kevin Dillon and Jamie Lynn Sigler are teaming for a new comedy-drama series called ''Ramble On''. Charlie and both Kevin's will play themselves
- WDIV says Lady Gaga, Chris Rock and Zoe Kravitz have signed on as some of the first Oscar presenters. The show will take place on Sunday, March 27th
- The Baltimore Sun says an Old Bay-flavored vodka will hit store shelves on March 8th. McCormick & Company, the makers of Old Bay seasoning, teamed with George's Beverage Company to create the one-of-a-kind 70-proof vodka. It has an alcohol by volume of 35%
- Totally the Bomb says Buffalo Wild Wings is selling a new Mountain Dew flavor called Legend. The drink is black and has hints of blackberry, citrus and ginger
Ukraine and Russia Peace Talks Update: LAD Bible says Ukraine and Russia held peace talks again yesterday where they agreed on safe corridors to evacuate civilians. The corridors will be cease-fire zones and will allow Ukrainians to head to Poland and other countries without being bombed or shot at. The peace talks are continuing.
Business Insider says Kim Kardashian's boyfriend, Pete Davidson, may head into space later this year aboard Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket. Jeff would accompany him. A source tells the website, "Pete is excited, They haven't signed a contract yet, but it looks like it's going to happen. The details are being finalized." Kim and Pete recently had dinner at Jeff's home
"The Batman" director Matt Reeves tells The Hollywood Reporter that Paul Dano asked him to film 200 takes to get one of his scenes as The Riddler just right. "Paul Dano goes, 'OK, let me try one where I'm off camera and I stick my head in. Let me try one where I'm already sitting there.' He's directing this one-person play on an iPhone. It was the giddiness of Dano that really got to me. Calling out the passing time, like he was a game show host. He was so inventive and creative. He's also very critical of himself."
Robert Pattinson tells On-Demand Entertainment that he went on a fish diet to get in shape to play Batman. "I never want to see a piece of white fish with just lemon on it ever again." He tells Men's Health, "I ate oatmeal with vanilla protein powder and tuna straight from the can with some Tabasco sauce while in quarantine from the set.''
Ace Showbiz, citing Radar Online, claims Jason Momoa is dating a mystery woman. The website quotes a source as saying, "I can confirm he's dating someone. It's spicy. Real spicy. Sshe's an actress as well.'' Hollywoodlife.com claims Jason and Lisa Bonet broke up and then moved back in together.
Julia Fox tells the NY Times that rumors she interviewed to be Kanye West's girlfriend are false. "Ridiculous. I already had a jam-packed life. How do I fit this really big personality into this already full life? It just wasn't sustainable. I lost like 15 pounds in that month. It definitely felt like I was his girlfriend. But it also felt like I was being cast in the role of his girlfriend—and he was casting me. He was the orchestrator of it all. It really did feel like a movie." The couple broke up last month
Suzanne Somers tells The Hollywood Raw podcast that she has made $300 million from her Thigh Master. “Well, it’s $19.95 x 10 million. So you kind of do the math, and we’re probably at 15 million now. We had partners, 50/50, and they got drunk on money when all started selling and they overspent to the point where they could no longer afford to be in their side of the business. So we bought them out and we have 100 per cent.”
Woman's Day magazine says John Mayer is allegedly interested in rekindling his romance with Jennifer Aniston. A source tells the magazine, “John’s leading an ultra-healthy lifestyle right now and he’s crediting the tips Jen’s been giving him for being part of that. He really wants to revisit that hot chemistry they had!”
The Irish Mirror newspaper says Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman don't want a flashy wedding. A source tells the newspaper, "Simon and Lauren don't want a big showbiz style wedding. "Simon and Lauren are ridiculously, nauseatingly in love - incredibly, lockdown brought them closer than ever. 'Whilst Simon never thought he was the marrying type, he's realised he's met the woman of his dreams - and couldn't be happier. In the words of Beyoncé, it was time to put a ring on it."
TMZ says Meghan Markle's half-sister, Samantha is suing her for defamation. She says some of the things Meghan and Prince Harry told Oprah about their family are false. Samantha is outraged that Meghan told Oprah she is an only child.
Russian Cats Banned From International Competitions: NBC, Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone magazine say the United Nations of Cat Federations, aka The Fédération Internationale Féline (FIFe), has banned Russian cats from taking part in international competitions because Vladimir Putin invaded the Ukraine.
The organization released a statement saying: "The FIFe Executive Board is shocked and horrified that the army of the Russian Federation invaded the Republic of Ukraine and stated a war. Many innocent people died, many more are wounded and hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are forced to flee their homes to save their lives. The organization it cannot just witness these atrocities and do nothing. No cat bred in Russia may be imported and registered in any FIFe pedigree book outside Russia, regardless of which organization issued it's pedigree. No cat belonging to exhibitors living in Russia may be entered at any FIFe show outside Russia, regardless of which organization these exhibitors hold their membership in."
A new survey by LendingTree reveals that 46% of parents have caught their children secretly using their credit or debit card without asking. Other findings:
- 50% of parents have regretted allowing their children to make purchases with their credit card
- the average child racks up a $500 bill when using their parent's credit or debit card without asking
- 25% of parents argue with their child about money on a monthly basis
Top 7 Favorite Breakfast Sides … According to a new survey by Happy Egg
Sausage or bacon (35%)
Orange juice (31%)
Fried or scrambled eggs (31%)
TOP FEATURES WOMEN EMPHASIZE WHEN WEARING MAKEUP … According to a new survey by Grande Cosmetics
Freckles/beauty marks (21%)
My husband is driving me crazy with his new phrase. He picked up the cliche from someone and now always says, "Let's agree to disagree". I hate the phrase because he uses it when we argue. I think the phrase is terrible because it never solves anything. He says he likes it because it allows each of us to take up a position we believe in. He says the phrase is good for relationships. I disagree because it solves nothing. What do you think about the phrase? Is it good for relationships or not?