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The daily gossip: July 7, 2020

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We’ve allowed down Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks is not insane, he’s just disappointed. America’s daddy spoke to Now on Tuesday morning for what was his first live TV interview since he and his wife, Rita Wilson, recovered from COVID-19 earlier this year. “There clearly was a sensibility [during World War II] that permeated all of society, which was, do your part,” Hanks said. “We’re all in this together.” Hanks added that although a”huge majority of Americans” know the importance of wearing a mask, social bookmarking, and hand washing,”there’s a shadow on the edge of town here, folks. Let’s not confuse the reality: It’s killing folks… If anyone cannot find it in themselves to practice these three very basic things — I simply think, shame on you.”
[NBC News, The Week]


Usain Bolt gave his daughter a really epic title

The fastest man in recorded history has given his newborn kid a name befitting of a future legend. On Tuesday, eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt, 33, introduced the world for his daughter, Olympia Lightning Bolt. Bolt and his longtime partner, Kasi Bennett, first announced that they were expecting a child back in January, together with Bolt composing:”I only want to say a KING or QUEEN is going to become HERE.” However, Olympia will leave a mark in the world of her own choosing. “I think it’s the toughest thing when you have a dad that’s a superstar in a supersport, I don’t believe you should do this game,” Bolt has mused previously.
[Bleacher Report, Twitter]


Drama between TikTok royalty spills over on Twitter

You can now relive the agonies of high school drama vicariously, through the tweets of adolescent TikTok celebrities! Following the”reigning queen of TikTok,” 16-year-old Charli D’Amelio, split from Chase”Lil Huddy” Hudson, 18, before this year, notable TikTok stars began unfollowing Chase en masse. “All this play is going on because I kissed [fellow TikTok star Nessa Barrett] when [Charli and I] were both ,” Chase vented on Twitter. Charli replied:”Then you shouldn’t have come to my house following without telling me [you kissed her].” She then added:”want me to talk about the way you treated me throughout our relationship or do you only wish to continue to play the victim?” This really is a walk down memory lane no one needed.
[Hollywood Life, In The Know]

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Carole Baskin isn’t going to talk about her missing husband on Cameo

Carole Baskin is allegedly making a killing on Cameo, the program which enables fans to purchase personalized videos from their favourite actors — just do not ask about her husband if you want to obtain a reply. The self-described”intended murder victim” of Tiger King Joe Exotic, Baskin told TMZ she’s received over 600 Cameo asks so far, for which she charges $199 a pop. However”I drop their requests to state things that would make fun of my husband’s disappearance because that has been such a dreadful time in my entire life, and in that of those who adored him” Baskin explained. Jack”Don” Lewis’ disappearance in 1997 remains an active cold instance, with many lovers of this Netflix series Tiger King considering his wife, Baskin, killed him.
[TMZ, Cameo]

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Halle Berry apologizes for remarks about playing a transgender man, drops out of job

Halle Berry won’t be playing a transgender character in a new movie after all. The celebrity announced that she is no longer thinking about the function of a transgender man after drawing backlash\. “As a cisgender lady, I now understand that I should not have believed this role, and that the transgender community must have the chance to tell their own stories,” tweeted Berry, who had been slammed by activists in part for misgendering her character when talking about him. “I am grateful for the advice and critical conversation over the past few days and I shall continue to listen, teach, and learn from this mistake.”
[CNN, The Week]

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