EXCLUSIVE Kendra Wilkinson just had a girl ... and in the process broke a Cardinal hospital rule ... TMZ has learned. We're told Kendra has just given birth via C-section to a little girl at Cedars-Sinai in L.A. But precious moments in Kendra's world are not meant to be private, so a bank of cameras were in the hallway rolling away when Nurse Ratched laid down the law -- NO SHOOTING in public areas. We're told there were other snags as well. Kendra and hubby Hank Baskett had asked for a deluxe suite but they were shut down because a mega-wealthy Russian lady locked it down -- we're guessing she paid in cash. So Kendra -- who literally just delivered --- will be pressing that morphine button in cramped, ordinary digs. … [Read more...] about Kendra Wilkinson Gives Birth … But She’s a Hospital Scofflaw!
Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. Whether you’re looking for a night or two off negronis, a month to flush your system after heavy holiday celebrating (or pandemic year coping), or plan to swear off the sauce forever, it’s never been easier—or more trendy—to give dry a try thanks to a quickly growing and improving selection of non-alcoholic spirits, beer , wine , and pre-made mocktails. “Like clockwork, after indulging between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve, people look for ways to be healthier when the new year rolls around,” says author Hilary Sheinbaum whose The Dry Challenge: How To Lose The Booze For Dry January, Sober October, and Any Other Alcohol -Free Month was published by HarperCollins last December. According to Sheinbaum, cutting out alcohol “can be easier to commit to and more … [Read more...] about Break Up With Booze for Dry January, Sober October and Beyond With These Non-Alcoholic Spirits and Mocktails
Welcome to the latest episode of Too Long; Didn’t Watch, a new podcast produced by Rolling Stone and OBB Sound, presented by Google Assistant, and hosted by yours truly. In each episode, we attempt a new method of scaling Peak TV, by pairing a celebrity guest with a series they’ve never seen and showing them only the very first and very last episodes, to see if they can figure out what in the world happened in between. This week, we have our first showrunner in the chair. She just also happens to be an actor, writer, director, social-media lightning rod, and, just maybe — depending on your sense of humor — a voice of a generation, somewhere. I’m speaking, of course, about Girls creator Lena Dunham, who chose for this episode a series whose debut she wasn’t even alive for: Cheers, the iconic sitcom that inspired countless will-they-or-won’t-they romantic comedies on the small screen — including Girls itself. Dunham’s selection … [Read more...] about ‘Too Long; Didn’t Watch’: Lena Dunham Toasts ‘Cheers’
The world woke up to the sad news this morning that Supremes singer Mary Wilson died of unknown causes at her home in Henderson, Nevada. She was 76. “I was extremely shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of a major member of the Motown family, Mary Wilson of the Supreme,” Motown founder Berry Gordy said in a statement. “[She] was extremely special to me. She was a trailblazer, a diva and will be deeply missed.” Wilson was a founding member of the Supremes going all the way back to their roots in the late Fifties when they known as the Primettes. They were one of the most successful musical acts of any genre in the Sixties, scoring massive hits like “Stop! In the Name of Love,” “Baby Love,” “I Hear a Symphony,” and “You Can’t Hurry Love.” But offstage, relations between Wilson, Florence Ballard, and Diana Ross were often quite tense. In 1967, Ballard was replaced by Cindy Birdsong and they began … [Read more...] about Flashback: Mary Wilson and Diana Ross’ Final Supremes Performance
“Forgive me my impatience, but I hope you’ll reveal your plan for me soon,” says a young woman, walking down a narrow alleyway in a seaside English town. Her name is Maud, the “saint” in the title of writer-director Rose Glass’s unsettling, undeniably awe-inducing debut, and she is talking to God: “I can’t shake the feeling that you must have saved me for something greater than this.” As played by the Welsh actor Morfydd Clark, Maud is mousy, wallflower-y, the kind of person you wouldn’t necessarily notice if you strolled by her on the street. But she is indeed destined for something beside the sorrow and the piety of ordinary, quiet devotion. And like Maud and her deity, this extraordinary new addition to that old time religio-horror canon is going to take its time revealing exactly what its plan is — all the better to seriously fuck with your central nervous system, my dear. Good things come to those who wait, however, and the fact that Glass — who, like Jennifer Kent ( The … [Read more...] about ‘Saint Maud’: Faith, Madness, A Holy Terror of a Horror Movie