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    Socialite Rebecca Grossman says she is the target of a 'lot of hate and anger' and has contemplated suicide since she killed two young brothers with her Mercedes in an upscale neighborhood of Los Angeles in 2020.  Grossman, 58, is waiting a double murder trial for the deaths of Mark Iskander, 11, and Jacob Iskander, eight.  At 7.10pm on September 29, 2020, she hit the boys with her Mercedes.  She had been seen drinking earlier that day at a Mexican restaurant with retired Dodgers pitcher Scott Erickson, but was not over the legal limit to drive at the time.  She insists that it was a terrible accident, but prosecutors are pursuing murder charges. One troubling aspect of the case is witness testimony that Grossman and Erickson might have been racing their cars in the street.  Grossman however insists this isn't true and says the accident was caused by a poorly lit, poorly signaled cross-walk.  Rebecca Grossman, 58, is shown with her husband, Dr. Peter Grossman, in 2017. She is awaiting trial on double murder charges for the deaths of two young brothers, who...
    Quentin Tarantino is defending his long-controversial usage of the N-word in his movies in a new interview. The 59-year-old filmmaker was a guest on the HBO Max series Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace, when Chris Wallace asked about the controversial aspects of his films. Wallace asked, 'You talk about being the conductor and the audience being the orchestra. So when people say, "Well there’s too much violence in his movies. He uses the N-word too often." You say what?' Tarantino responded, 'You should see something else.' Defending: Defending: Quentin Tarantino is defending his long-controversial usage of the N-word in his movies in a new interview 'Then see something else. If you have a problem with my movies then they aren’t the movies to go see. Apparently I’m not making them for you,' Tarantino said. One of the director's longtime collaborators, Samuel L. Jackson, defending Tarantino's writing in a 2019 interview with Esquire. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next That's a wrap! Quentin Tarantino, 59 - the director behind... Quentin Tarantino says Kanye West pitched him a 'really......
    ROBIN Roberts has had a rockstar makeover while interviewing music icon Elton John. The Good Morning America host, 61, took fashion tips from the singer, 75, by donning a pair of oversized sunglasses for the chat. 4Robin Roberts had a rockstar makeover after interviewing music icon Elton JohnCredit: ABC 4She chatted to the the singer in his own homeCredit: Good Morning America Robin chatted to Elton in his own home ahead of his final show from his three-year Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. The co-host gave her floral jacket and black pants a rocker spin with bejeweled sunglasses, while Elton rocked his signature pink-tinted shades. Elton reflected on his retirement from music during the intimate chat. “This is my last tour. You have to soak it in,” he said. Read More on Robin NEW MOVE Missing Robin Roberts announces huge career news after illness kept her off GMATOUGH YEAR Inside GMA's Robin Roberts' relationship with partner Amber as host misses show "And I have soaked in all the love and all the loyalty that’s been shown...
    Netanyahu replied, "The real purpose of the Jewish state is, first of all, to defend the lives of Jews who are subjected to this unforgiving and undiscerning hate." "We paid a horrendous price of massacres and displacements and exiles and pogroms and murder and ultimately Holocaust," he continued. "If Israel wasn't strong, we would have been destroyed many times over." Netanyahu on being 'mistreated and disrespected' by Barack ObamaNetanyahu was promoting his new memoir titled "Bibi: My Story." In the book, the former Israeli prime minister revealed that he was "mistreated and disrespected" by Barack Obama when he was president. Netanyahu said Obama "took the gloves off" during their first White House meeting in 2009. "With staff present, he made it clear that the U.S. would not tolerate further stalling or obstructions in the peace process, leaving no doubt which party he thought was responsible for such things," Netanyahu wrote in his new memoir. The Times of Israel reported, "Netanyahu says he felt the president engaged in 'a premeditated shock-and-awe' effort to make clear that past pressures on...
    President Biden opted to lay low and forego public appearances to boost his party on Election Day, instead giving just one radio interview before retiring from the public eye by noon.  The president, who has rallied for Democrats over the past few days in states across the nation, gave a radio interview taped in the morning on Tuesday to the D.L. Hughley Show. Biden used the radio hit to tout his administration's accomplishments for black Americans.  The White House called a lid at 11:25 a.m., meaning media could go home as the president would not be seen in public again on Tuesday.  In the afternoon, the White House said Biden called into a virtual DNC phone bank to thank staff and volunteers. He then spoke individually by phone to Democratic Governors Association Chair Roy Cooper, DCCC Chair Sean Patrick Maloney, DSCC Chair Gary Peters, and DNC Senior Advisor Cedric Richmond. Maloney, D-N.Y., faces his own tight reelection race today.  The president also spoke jointly with DNC Chair Jaime Harrison and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.    President Biden opted to lay low...
    As he flew back from an election eve rally in Ohio, Donald Trump warned rival Ron DeSantis that he would come off worst if he decided to run against the former president  'He could hurt himself badly,' he told a small group of reporters who traveled with him on his refurbished 757, nicknamed 'Trump Force One.' In an extensive interview, he said he could see a red wave building in the midterms that would return Congress to the G.O.P. but said he wanted Mitch McConnell replaced as Republican leader in the Senate.  He even laid out what a hypothetical 2024 campaign would look like, with a mix of anger at the outcome of the 2020 election and a greatest hits of achievements, from rebuilding the military to constructing a border wall.  An hour earlier, he dropped his biggest hint yet that he would be running again in front of a rapturous audience at Dayton International Airport. He said would be making a major announcement at his Mar-a-Lago headquarters next week. Sitting in a cream leather armchair, he later said his...
    Oprah Winfrey on Thursday night turned on the TV doctor she propelled to stardom - saying she would vote for Dr Mehmet Oz's rival John Fetterman in their battle to be elected to the Senate. Oz, a Turkish-American surgeon, and Fetterman, the current lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, are neck-and-neck ahead of next week's election. Winfrey turned Oz into a household name when she appeared on his show in 2003, and invited him onto hers in 2004. He would go on to make more than 60 appearances on her hugely influential daytime show. Yet on Thursday, the 68-year-old media mogul said she could not support her former guest. 'At the beginning of the midterm campaigns, I said it was up to citizens to vote for who would represent them,' said Winfrey, addressing a virtual voting town hall.  'If I lived in Pennsylvania, I would have already cast my vote for John Fetterman.  Oprah Winfrey is seen in an early appearance with Dr Oz. On Thursday, she disavowed him and said she was backing his rival for the Senate, John Fetterman ...
    President Joe Biden revealed his daily routine, how he spends time with Jill and his workouts with an in-house trainer during an interview with a trio of Hollywood celebrities in the runup to the midterm election. He gave the run down of a typical day in the life of the president of the United States.  Biden, 79, said he wakes up at 7 a.m., works out at the White House at 8 a.m., then heads to the Oval Office. He's there until around 7 p.m., after which heads to the residence to have dinner with the first lady.  He then reads his briefing book, which clocks in around 200 pages, before going to bed at 11 p.m.  Biden recounted the details of his personal life in an interview with the Smartless podcast's Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett. And he noted Jill's pet peeve with him. 'She gets very upset if I have not fully shaven,' Biden said. President Joe Biden revealed his daily routine, how he spends time with Jill and his workouts with an in-house trainer during an...
    DIY Network / YouTube Nicole Curtis from the "Rehab Addict" pilot HGTV star Nicole Curtis has been hosting renovation shows for over a decade now. The star’s three-episode spinoff series “Rehab Addict: Lake House Rescue” premieres on HGTV and discovery+ this Wednesday, November 3. Ahead of her premiere, the host sat down with a crew member on her show Jordan Garland for his podcast “Spooky Hourz Podcast” in a career retrospective that lasted two hours. During the interview, Curtis opened up about her relationship with fans, and how she learned to put up boundaries between her personal and professional lives. See the full interview below.Nicole Curtis Regrets ‘Oversharing’ Early in Career Play Nicole Curtis interview on fame, career, importance of family, home renovation, and more!On this episode of the Spooky Hourz Podcast I sit down with Nicole Curtis. A renaissance woman known for her HGTV Rehab Addict TV show, home renovations, a New York Times Best selling book, and much more. Nicole is someone I work with who is a friend to me at this point, so we...
    Joe Biden's 'tone deaf' interview with a transgender influencer is being blasted by those who say he is 'pandering' to his progressive base ahead of the 2022 midterms rather than focusing on issues that matter to voters – like the economy. President Biden participated in a NowThis News recorded event where he answered questions from a panel of six progressives, including TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney, who started transitioning from male to transgender female earlier this year. During the interview, which aired Sunday, Biden said states shouldn't have the power to regulate any health care, treatment or surgeries related to a person transitioning from one sex to the other. 'Democrats couldn't be more out of touch if they tried,' Republican National Committee's Director of Faith Communications Andrew Brennan told DailyMail.com. He added: 'Joe Biden's closing midterm message is to ignore inflation and instead push an extreme agenda on kids that nearly 8 in 10 Americans say they oppose.' Mulvaney is documenting 'firsts' as a woman in a series called 'days of girlhood' on TikTok, where her account has garnered more than...
    With a wry roll of her eyes, Linda Thompson concedes that she ‘sure knows how to pick men’. She lost her virginity to Elvis Presley — the memory of his kiss remains palpable, even 45 years after his death — and mothered him through the excesses of his addiction. Elvis, arguably once the world’s most desirable man, was charming and monstrous by turns. He and Linda, an actress and acclaimed songwriter, were together for almost five years. But she yearned for kids, normality; an end to the see-sawing emotions of his final turbulent years. You might imagine she would find all she had coveted in her next relationship, with Olympic gold-winning decathlete Bruce Jenner. A man of god-like physical perfection, dubbed Mr America, he and Linda married in 1981 and had two children. But then, four years later, he confided that he wanted to transition. Linda kept his secret for 30 years until Jenner went public as trans woman Caitlyn. ‘Such a normal life,’ Linda says today, with heavy irony. Even her most recent partner — her second husband, legendary...
    Senator Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) contentious appearance on The View went way off course when audience members heckled and disrupted him in the middle of the show. After contending with the less-than-warm reception he got at Yankees Stadium on Sunday night, Cruz joined The View the next day to promote his new book Justice Corrupted: How the Left Weaponized Our Legal System. As the panel began to engage Cruz on a number of policy issues, loud chants broke out amongst the audience while he tried to voice his criticism of Democrat’s federal spending. The View hosts identified the hecklers as climate protesters as they scolded them for the outburst. “Excuse me! Ladies! Excuse us! Let us do our job!” Whoopi Goldberg admonished. “We hear what you have to say, but you gotta go. You gotta go. You got to let us do our job.” Sunny Hostin corroborated that they were climate protesters, to which, Cruz said “I’m really glad you don’t have a Van Gogh on the wall.” This refers to the recent trend among environmental activists to deface artworks in...
    Newsmax TV has severed ties with Lara Logan after she said on the network the global elite “dine on the blood of children” and made other bizarre statements. Logan interviewed with network host Eric Bolling Wednesday on The Balance about global elites and their embrace of socialism. She responded she is a “firm and solid and immovable believer in God.” She added those controlling the levers of power “want us eating insects,” and implied they “dine on the blood of children.” The network issued a statement to the Daily Beast Thursday night. “Newsmax condemns in the strongest terms the reprehensible statements made by Lara Logan and her views do not reflect our network,” someone from the network said. “We have no plans to interview her again.” In her interview with Bolling, he asked her about her faith in connection to the country’s southern border. She said: God believes in sovereignty, and national identity, and the sanctity of family, and all the things that we’ve lived with from the beginning of time. And he knows that the open border is...
    Meghan Markle has hit back at her controversial interview with New York Magazine's The Cut, claiming that she was too 'trusting and open' with the writer to whom she once again slated the royal family - while heavily hinting that the chat was never meant to address her feelings about the monarchy.  The 41-year-old spoke out about the bitter backlash over the August cover interview in yet another magazine cover shoot, this time with Variety, which features a near-identical shot of Meghan on its front page to the one that was featured by The Cut two months ago. In her latest sit-down, Meghan was questioned about the backlash over her piece in The Cut, in which she spoke out about her husband Prince Harry's family, claiming that the pair were 'happy' to leave Britain and were 'upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy… just by existing' before they quit as senior royals. When Variety writer Matt Donnelly noted that some people had 'found [the interview] to be snarky,' the Duchess of Sussex appeared to take aim at The Cut - and interviewer Allison...
    Meghan Markle has today given a new interview with one of her favoured US magazines where she paid tribute to the Queen and opened up again on life with Prince Harry since quitting as frontline royals. The Duchess of Sussex has spoken to Variety about a wide-range of issues including 'misconceptions' about her since she married her royal husband in 2018.  The Duchess of Sussex has given another major and wide-ranging interview with the US media
    Kanye West made yet more anti-Semitic remarks on Monday, this time telling NewsNation’s Chris Cuomo a “Jewish underground media mafia” has it out for him. West has been restricted on social media for appearing to threaten Jews on Twitter. He has since agreed in principle to buy the far-right social media platform Parler. In a now-deleted tweet, he wrote, “I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE The funny thing is I actually can’t be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda.” West has not stopped making comments about his theory Jews control the media and government since. While he interviewed from the backseat of a car Monday night, West complained he is being censored by a “mafia” of Jews who own precisely 78 major news outlets. “What I’m doing, I’m calling out the Jewish community as a whole to say, people say to me, ‘Aww… why is Ye upset at everybody?'”...
    Covid czar Dr. Anthony Fauci has stopped short of saying that school shut downs during the pandemic were a mistake but admitted that they have had detrimental effects on children while completing side-stepping responsibility for the closures. Fauci 81, sat down with ABC's 'This Week' on Sunday with interviewer Jonathan Karl where he said that shutting down schools have had 'deleterious collateral consequences'.  Fauci, who first appeared at a White House COVID-19 briefing in February 2020, was quizzed on whether officials paid 'too high of a price' by keeping schools closed for more than a year, especially since the virus impacted kids less than adults.  'I don't want to use the word mistake, Jon, because if I do, it gets taken out of the context that you're asking me the question on,' Fauci said. 'I would say that what we should realize and have realized - that there will deleterious collateral consequences when you do something like that.'  Fauci then noted that death count for children, which stand at about 1,500, is significantly less than the older populations - and...
    JENNIFER Lopez is looking younger than ever. Now the actress and singer is giving fans an insight into her skincare secrets by sharing her “The Five S's” routine.  3Jennifer Lopez showing off her makeup-free skinCredit: Instagram 3While Lopez usually wears plenty of makeup, her skin remains ageless due to her strict skincare regimeCredit: Instagram / Chris Appleton Aside from the multiple projects that she takes on each year, Jennifer is also the founder of JLO Beauty, a skincare brand that is engineered to provide customers with Lopez’s most cherished skincare tricks.  Lopez’s brand is based on “The 5 S's", a simple set of rules that allow her to maintain her skin looking as timeless as possible.  On its website, the brand breaks down each “S” and explains a bit about each step. Sleep Lopez prioritizes her sleep no matter how busy her schedule is, getting a minimum of eight hours each night. "The number one tip is to always get enough sleep. I can't stress that enough," she said in an interview with InStyle.  "Ideally, I would love...
    Prince William thinks Netflix is profiteering by re-enacting his mother Diana's BBC Panorama interview, palace sources have said. The streaming giant will recreate excerpts of Diana's 1995 encounter with journalist Martin Bashir for the fifth series of The Crown.  A source told The Telegraph that the Prince of Wales made his feelings 'very clear' and a depiction in the show would be 'met in the way you would expect'. They added it was understandable that he was angered about the 'dramatisation of it for financial gain'. An independent inquiry found that Bashir deceived Diana to get the interview, seen by more than 20 million viewers, and then lied to BBC managers. He got a BBC graphic artist to produce fake bank statements that appeared to show payments by a newspaper group to an ex-member of staff of Earl Spencer, Diana's brother.  The inquiry said this was to gain the Earl's confidence so he would introduce Bashir to Diana. Prince William thinks Netflix is profiteering by re-enacting his mother Diana's BBC Panorama interview, palace sources have said The streaming giant will recreate excerpts of Diana's 1995 encounter...
    A vegan surfer from Hawaii. A Hindu woman of color in a deeply loving relationship with a wonderful man. A good friend and godmother to my daughter. An American who has served her nation in uniform and regularly takes the unpopular stand regardless of the backlash. Sounds like an interesting and impressive person, no? Apparently not according to the mainstream media and America's most prominent political names. To them Tulsi Gabbard is some kind of illusive James Bond villain.  A Russian agent. A traitor to her country. It's that last accusation that ignites a roaring passion behind her eyes. I spoke with Tulsi in a Zoom interview this week as she bounced between interviews with Tucker Carlson, Joe Rogan and attending an Independent Women's forum event in Washington D.C. She's popular these days. Tulsi announced this week that she is finally and officially breaking from the Democratic party – something that I knew was coming and expected to come sooner. Her reasons for leaving the party are well known, but nonetheless worth repeating. 'Today's Democratic Party is anti-freedom,' she told...
    It's natural to feel sympathy for Democratic Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman. He rose from a virtually unknown small-town mayor to lieutenant governor of this state in 2018. He got his shot at the big time when he won his party's nomination for Senate in 2022. It was always going to be a close race against Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz, but Fetterman was on the path to national prominence. Until it all nearly came crashing down. In May, as the primary election results rolled in, Fetterman lay in a hospital bed. He had suffered a stroke. Doctors gave him a pacemaker with a defibrillator to monitor and regulate his heartbeat. He was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation and cardiomyopathy – an irregular heartbeat and weakened heart muscle. For many that would have been enough to derail their political ambitions — at least for the time being. But not for 6'8' former college football player, John Fetterman. He returned to the campaign trail – apparently determined to see this political contest through to the end. To be honest, if that was the...
    YouTube show "The Shop," produced by Lebron James, announced Tuesday it will not air its interview with Kanye West. SpringHill Company CEO Maverick Carter, who is also a producer of the show, claimed West, also known as Ye, had booked an interview weeks in advance and appeared Monday for the taping. "The Shop" is a part of the Uninterrupted YouTube channel, "featuring videos from the athlete's perspective, original series, podcasts, and documentaries." “After talking to Kanye directly the day before we taped, I believed he was capable of a respectful discussion and he was ready to address all his recent comments," Carter said. "Unfortunately, he used "The Shop" to reiterate more hate speech and extremely dangerous stereotypes. We have made the decision not to air this episode or any of Kanye’s remarks. While 'The Shop' embraces thoughtful discourse and differing opinions, we have zero tolerance for hate speech of any kind and will never allow our channels to be used to promote hate." LEAKED CLIPS SHOW YE'S UNAIRED, INFLAMMATORY REMARKS ABOUT JEWISH PEOPLE NEW...
    Tucker Carlson aired the second part of his interview with Kanye West Friday night, and like the previous portion of the sit-down, the rapper uttered some wild statements. Thursday, West claimed the media pushes an agenda to keep singer and rapper Lizzo overweight as part of a “genocide” of Black Americans. He also said his life has been threatened for his wearing of a MAGA hat, ripped Jared Kushner as a geopolitical grifter and criticized his ex-wife Kim Kardashian for “putting her ass out” for the world to see. Friday’s portion of the interview was no less enthralling, as the rapper and fashion mogul touched on a number of topics and shared his views on them. Here are the wildest quotes from Friday’s portion of the interview: West suggested people at the retail giant The Gap might have known of the Uvalde school shooting in advance. The rapper discussed the deaths of Black Americans, whom he said are systemically killed, before he pivoted to discussing the shooting in Uvalde, Texas: I felt like the people at the Gap knew...
    This is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by senior editor Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here. In my world, it is a rule more sacred than a religious commandment that if anyone uses the phrase “Spooky Season” either to me or in my vicinity, they are excommunicated from my life and immediately reported to the police for their violent crime. I’m not one to pleasure-shame. (Liking Hocus Pocus is not a personality.) Enjoy what you enjoy and make no apologies! (Your ranking of all the Nightmare on Elm Street movies is not interesting.) Good for you! (I’m sorry, you spent how much on a Halloween costume?) OK, the hypocrisy is unfair. I am not proud of it. I do desperately want to encourage people to follow their bliss… but when that bliss leads them to the Target seasonal aisle to buy haunted house decorations in late August—you know who you are—I am tested. It is my desire to be inclusive and celebrate...
    Kanye West revealed to Fox News host Tucker Carlson Thursday night that he was shocked to learn that his former wife Kim Kardashian had a close relationship with the Clintons. Close enough that they they were just a phone call away, Kanye explained in the exclusive interview. Close enough to say 'Tell Kanye to say this,' or close enough to use our platforms to push vaccinations, he continued.  Carlson told his viewers that Kanye was surprised to learn after his divorce that 'his former wife had a close and secretive relationship with the Clintons, and that they were working on her to influence him to read from the script.' 'It was interesting, friend of mine told me that Kris and Kim had called him because he had influence inside the black community,' Kanye said. 'And had called him to say, to get  him to influence people to take the vaccination.  'And I don't have opinion on that I just wanted to state that as a statement. It was wild that I didn't know how close my own wife was to the Clintons...
    AMC Anne Rice’s famous book series and film of the same name, “Interview with the Vampire,” is getting the TV series treatment, premiering on Sunday, October 2 at 10 p.m. ET/PT times on AMC. If you don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream of the show on FuboTV, DirecTV Stream or Philo TV, which all include AMC and come with a free trial. Those are the best live stream options if you’re cutting cable, but there are also some other alternatives, so here’s a full guide on the different ways to watch “Interview with the Vampire” streaming online:Heavy may earn an affiliate commission if you sign up via a link on this pagePhilo TVYou can watch a live stream of AMC and 60-plus other TV channels on Philo TV, which comes with a seven-day free trial: Philo Free Trial Once signed up for Philo, you can watch “Interview with the Vampire” live on the Philo app, which is available on your Roku, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV or Firestick, Apple TV, Chromecast (compatible on Android mobile),...
    THE STORY of Ann Rice's 1976 novel has been to used create an action-packed series that premieres in October 2022. Interview with the Vampire will be shown exclusively on AMC and AMC+. 2Jacob Anderson is pictured as Louis De Point Du Lac in Interview with the Vampire How can I watch Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire? Interview with the Vampire will be released on October 2, 2022, at 10pm EST. The series will air on AMC, and will also be available to stream on the streaming service AMC+. The first two episodes will premiere that night and be available for streaming at that time READ MORE ON THE US SUNmortal beauty Inside home of late vampire novelist Anne Rice – a former chapel & orphanageSTAR CAST What to know about the cast of Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire The first season consists of 8 episodes. Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire: Who's in the cast? Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire features a star-studded cast that includes versatile actor Jacob Anderson. Jacob Anderson, who stars as Louis de Pointe...
    INTERVIEW with the Vampire is an upcoming series based on a book written by Anne Rice. The series, which premiers on October 2, 2022, features a star-studded cast. 2Sam Reid is pictured as Lestat De Lioncourt in Interview with the Vampire Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire: Who's in the cast? Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire features a star-studded cast that includes versatile actor Jacob Anderson. Jacob Anderson, who stars as Louis de Pointe du Lac in the series, is popularly known for his role in Game of Thrones, where he starred as Grey Worm. Commenting on his character in the Interview with the Vampire, Jacob said in an interview: "I love how much Louis aches in the book. I love that he is mourning his past existence, and our Louis is very much that as well. READ MORE ON THE US SUNmortal beauty Inside home of late vampire novelist Anne Rice – a former chapel & orphanageBOOK MONEY Details on Interview with the Vampire author's, Anne Rice, net worth "But I’d say our Louis has a little bit...
    Erin Andrews has revealed her taxi driver fell asleep behind the wheel on a Chicago highway and was snoring - all while she was on a Zoom call which included Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Andrews was headed to Green Bay for a sit-down interview with Rodgers and was on a call with the 38-year-old and some of her Fox Sports colleagues when she heard the driver firing out some zeds. Speaking on her podcast 'Calm Down', she explained to co-host Charissa Thompson: 'I had to fly from LA to Chicago and I had a car service to take me to Green Bay.  'The guy picks me up, newer car, power outlets, we're going great. Aaron gets on (the Zoom call)... I’m typing, headphones are working, we’re good. I hear snoring. 'I know it’s not Greg Olsen, Kevin Burkhardt or Aaron Rodgers snoring. It’s my driver who fell asleep at the wheel. On a highway from Chicago. Snoring. Sleeping. And the car is moving, 65 miles an hour. 'I am so thankful I put my phone on mute because we’re on...
    The former top prosecutor in New York has accused the Palace and British establishment of 'protecting' Prince Andrew from his investigation into Jeffrey Epstein. In a bombshell memoir published days before the funeral of Queen Elizabeth, Geoffrey Berman said he got 'absolutely nowhere' with his efforts to bring her favorite son to justice over his links to the pedophile financier. Berman, the former US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, writes that Andrew's lawyers brushed off his requests for an interview by saying they would 'consider it.' He claims that even Scotland Yard did not help when he formally requested assistance in relation to the Duke, though they were normally very cooperative. Berman's conclusion was that 'someone' was rebuffing his efforts to save Andrew from having to answer questions about allegedly having sex with a 17-year-old Epstein victim. Former top prosecutor Geoffrey Berman says he got 'absolutely nowhere' with his efforts to bring Prince Andrew to justice over his ties to Jeffrey Epstein Berman, the former US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, writes in his...
    Jenna Bush Hager, the daughter of former President George W. Bush, has said that she had dinner with the then-Prince Charles on the eve of the queen’s death—and reports that he was “joyful” that night, leading her to surmise that her death therefore came as a “surprise.” The remarkable insight into the private dinner with the now-monarch on Sept. 7 will fuel speculation that the queen suffered a sudden and catastrophic decline in the hours before her death. On Tuesday, she accepted the formal resignation of Boris Johnson as prime minister and invited incoming PM Liz Truss to form a government. Johnson has said that the queen was “bright and focused” at the meeting, and photographs taken of her with Liz Truss showed her beaming broadly for the camera. Bush Hager, 40, the London Times reported, was in Scotland to conduct an interview for NBC with Camilla, which was subsequently abandoned. Bush told NBC’s Today that she had dinner with Charles and her husband, Henry Chase Hager, on Wednesday evening. Camilla had planned to be there but was not present...
    Oprah Winfrey said she hopes that 'burying the dead' will help Prince Harry and Meghan Markle finally make 'peace' with the royals - one year after the couple's explosive interview with the host appeared to contribute to the family's falling out. Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan, 41, have reunited with Prince William, 40, and his wife, Kate Middleton, 40, in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II's death. The siblings' relationship appeared to fracture after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they were stepping away from their royal duties and leaving the monarchy behind to relocate to the states in early 2020. The couple, who are now raising their two kids, Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, in a $14 million mansion in Los Angeles, California, later spoke out about their decision on Oprah's show - during which, they made a series of bombshell accusations, including that an unnamed royal raised 'concerns and conversations' about how dark Archie's skin would be before he was born, and that Kate once made Meghan cry over a flower girl dress before her wedding to...
    Jenna Bush Hager has opened up about the dinner she had with Prince Charles the night before he became King Charles III in the wake of the Queen's death.  The Today host was in Ayrshire, Scotland, last week to interview Camilla, the former Duchess of Cornwall, who is now Queen Consort, about her online book club, The Reading Room. Bush Hager, 40, was supposed to meet with her on Wednesday ahead of their sit down, but Charles ended up taking her place after her British Airways flight was delayed.  'It was a lovely meal,' she told Hoda Kotb and Craig Melvin on the Today show Monday morning. 'He first said, "My darling wife was so sad [not to make it].' And I just love [that].' Jenna Bush Hager, 40, opened up about the dinner she had with Prince Charles while reflecting on her visit to Scotland last week on the Today show Monday  The Today host was in Ayrshire to interview Camilla, the former Duchess of Cornwall, who is now Queen Consort (pictured with King Charles III on Monday) Bush Hager said she...
    Vice President Kamala Harris said the nation's highest court is now an 'activist court' now that they have overturned Roe v. Wade.  Such harsh words are unusual for a vice president as the Supreme Court fights to maintain public trust after their decision to overturn the landmark 1973 abortion case in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization in June. Asked on NBC's Meet the Press how much 'confidence' she has in the Supreme Court, the vice president replied: 'I think that this is an activist court.'  'We had an established right for almost half a century which is the right of women to make decisions about their own body as an extension of what we have decided to be the privacy rights to which all people are entitled. This court took that constitutional right away,' Harris continued.  'That causes me great concern about the integrity of the court overall,' she said. 'This is the court that on once sat Earl Warren and Thurgood Marshall, Sandra Day O'Conner. It's a very different court.'  The Roe v. Wade decision nearly 50 years...
    BRITNEY Spears has finally revealed the catalyst for her feud with son Jayden after the teen blasted his mom in a scathing interview. The pop star responded to her son's exclusive tell-all with The Sun, in which he detailed their toxic dynamic. 5Britney Spears has revealed the reason for her feud with teen son JaydenCredit: Instagram / Britney Spears 5Her post came after her son slammed his mom in a scathing interviewCredit: Instagram Late Friday night, Britney, 40, took to Instagram to share a lengthy post about teaming up with Elton John on a song. The post, which featured a video of her changing outfits a few times and, at one point, naked, took a turn midway through, however, with her shifting her focus to her son Jayden, 15, and their feud. She began: "GEEEZ see it hits me later ... the fact that I'm doing a song with Elton .. makes me wanna freaking cry ... he's me and my mother's favorite musician ... I listened to driving hours to dance class from 8 to 14...
    A father who shot dead his daughters’ ex-boyfriend as he tried to break into their home can be seen laughing with officers during his interview hours after the killing. Mitchell Duckro, 52, shot his daughter Allyson’s former boyfriend James Rayl 22, three times after he showed up unannounced to their home in Sidney, Ohio, on July 31. New footage obtained by DailyMail.com show Mitchell recalling the moments leading up to the shooting, telling officers at Shelby County Sheriff’s office that he was ‘nervous’. Rayl had dated Duckro’s daughter, Allyson, 22, previously but the pair broke up a year and a half before the tragic incident. Allyson told cops that she had broken up with Rayl in 2019 because he was 'just being a d***' and in the aftermath, she was forced to block him on social media. Mitch claims that he tried to get Rayl’s attention by shouting his name from the garage door but was ignored, so locked it to ensure he didn’t ‘sneak in’. Describing the moment that he shot the gun, Mitch said: ‘I noticed he started...
    The comparison is striking. The simple black turtleneck. The pared-down make-up. The gaze, staring boldly into the camera. No, not the Duchess of Sussex, pictured for her latest interview with a U.S. magazine; but Princess Diana, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier in the autumn of 1991 for Vogue, and later used on the cover of a re-issue of Andrew Morton’s book Diana: Her True Story. It can’t possibly be intentional, can it? After all, today marks 25 years since Diana’s tragic death in Paris, at the age of 36. Surely not even Meghan, however subconsciously, would seek to troll the Royal Family on such a solemn occasion. Yet there it is. And let’s face it, she’s done it before. Who could forget the timing of the Oprah Winfrey interview, aired only a month before the Duke of Edinburgh passed away in April 2021? Nothing and no one, not even the ailing health of Her Majesty’s consort of 70 years, could be allowed to stand in the way of Meghan speaking her famous truth. In truth, though, the similarities are only superficial....
    JEOPARDY!'s Mayim Bialik thinks Ken Jennings is the better host who makes fewer on-air mistakes, she has revealed in a wild joint appearance. The two official replacements for Alex Trebek starred in their first-ever interview together on Monday.  5Jeopardy! fans are going wild after Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik did an interview togetherCredit: ABC 5Mayim revealed she thinks Ken is better for the job in their first-ever tell-allCredit: YouTube Season 38 of Jeopardy! wrapped on July 31st and the treasured trivia show is now airing reruns until Season 39 begins airing on September 12th. When it returns, alum Ken, 48, will be splitting his hosting duties going forward with Mayim, 46. But before the pair get to switching off on-screen offically, they joined forces for their first interview together ever. On Episode 5 of the show's podcast Inside Jeopardy!, both hosts stopped by their Culver City set and go right into their strengths and weaknesses - not mincing words. Read more on Jeopardy!CHAMP STOP WON'T STOP Jeopardy! cancer survivor warns fans ‘shouldn’t underestimate' her'I'M THE HOST' Jeopardy! star Mayim Bialik reveals most 'awkward' encounter...
     A royal biographer has blasted Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, over new revelations about the Royal family she made in an interview with The Cut. In her bombshell interview with The Cut - part of New York magazine - the Duchess of Sussex launched a fresh salvo of attacks on the royals, Britain and the press. Among other claims that will horrify courtiers, Meghan insisted that what she and Harry asked for during Megxit negotiations was not 'reinventing the wheel' as she moaned that other senior royals had been granted similar arrangements. The article also heard from Harry who suggested some members of the Royal Family 'aren't able to work and live together', and referred to his wife as a 'model and a mom'. Angela Levin, author of 'Harry: Conversations with the Prince', appeared on GB News and described the duchess's 'arrogance' as 'breathtaking'. And Meghan, speaking to New York-based features writer Allison P Davis, said: 'That, for whatever reason, is not something that we were allowed to do, even though several other members of the family do that exact thing.'...
    The writer behind Meghan Markle's latest bombshell interview will likely cause yet another stir with one of her other upcoming projects: a book all about 'being horny'. Allison P. Davis, from California, set tongues wagging on Monday when The Cut published an interview between herself and the Duchess of Sussex, who once again took furious aim at the royal family, while also sharing gushing anecdotes about her and Harry's marriage and new life in California.  But as it turns out, Davis is no stranger to pushing boundaries when it comes to her writing, which - in addition to celebrity interviews with the likes of Jada Pinkett Smith and Gwyneth Paltrow - has largely focused on one salacious topic: sex.  Over the years, Davis, who serves as a features writer for The Cut and New York Magazine, has chatted about orgasms with vibrator expert Paltrow, penned a lengthy piece about the decade she has spent on Tinder, and written a first-person story about attending a 'Men and Mimosas' brunch at a strip club while surrounding by male dancers.  Now, Davis is using...
    Prince Harry's one-year-old daughter Lilibet has inherited his trademark ginger locks, a new interview has confirmed. In a profile of Lilibet's mother Meghan Markle, the couple's second child appears with her nanny and is described as 'small and also ginger' - taking after her father and three-year-old brother, Archie. Giving a glimpse into her daily life for an interview with The Cut, the Duchess of Sussex opened up her home to the magazine. In an interview with The Cut with Meghan Markle, Lilibet, one, appears with her nanny and is described as 'small and also ginger' like her father Harry and brother, Archie The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (pictured in December 2021 with Archie and Lilibet) gave a glimpse into their daily life in Montecito, California  Towards the end of the day, Lilibet emerged with her nanny and was 'unsmiling with watchful bright-blue eyes' before her father Harry, 37, started beatboxing to cheer her up and the family joined in to dance. The couple's daughter, who was born in June 2021, met many of her royal relatives, including the...
    Americans have slammed Meghan Markle after she 'compared herself' to Nelson Mandela and say she needs to 'move on' from the royals as she takes yet another thinly veiled swipe at The Firm. The Duchess of Sussex, 41, has been hit with yet another backlash after giving a tell-all interview about her Montecito life with Prince Harry and their two children to The Cut. Meghan claims that she was told by a cast member of the Lion King in 2019 that South Africans ‘danced in the street’ like when ‘Mandela was freed from prison’ when their son Archie was born. But Americans have branded her latest comments as ‘sickening’, claiming that she is ‘so out of touch’ with the real world. She has also been slammed for ‘using her title’ to keep ‘trashing the institution’ that gave it to her after the couple decided to step down as working royals. Meghan’s new bombshell interview even claims that she and Prince Harry were 'upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy… just by existing' before they quit. Piers Morgan also bashed her words,...
    Meghan Markle has given a glimpse into the $14.65million Montecito mansion she shares with Prince Harry and their two children Archie and Lilibet. In a new interview published today with The Cut, the Duchess of Sussex, 41, shared how her home in Southern California makes her 'feel free' and is 'calm and healing'. The magazine revealed various features of the property - including the two connected palm trees in the garden, which the Duke of Sussex, 37, refers to as himself and Meghan - with even their son, three, calling 'Hi, Momma. Hi, Papa' whenever he passes them. Elsewhere, it detailed Harry and Meghan's shared office and the 'two plush club chairs placed side by side behind a single desk, facing into the room like thrones.' The couple's sitting room is home to a grand piano from actor-director Tyler Perry - whose Beverly Hills mansion they first stayed in following their move from Canada - as well as a Soho House rose-water candle and cosy chairs.  Meghan Markle (thought to be pictured in her office) has given a glimpse into the $14.65million Montecito mansion she...
    Presidential son-in-law and former presidential advisor Jared Kushner spoke out about his often troubled relationship with ex-chief strategist Steve Bannon, whom he likened to a 'suicide bomber.' Kushner, speaking on The Hugh Hewitt Show Friday, said that Bannon 'blew up' before father-in-law President Donald Trump fired the former Breitbart chief in 2017, according to Mediaite.  He said: 'Steve really defeated himself, you know. His head got so big he was just doing all these crazy things, and the ultimately just you know, like a suicide bomber, blew up'.  The former White House senior advisor, 41, referred to Bannon as a 'cancer' and a 'malignant' figure in his new book, Breaking History, which he spent much of the interview promoting. Kushner told the president in an excerpt obtained by DailyMail.com that despite their feud, he didn't oppose a presidential pardon for Bannon, who had been charged with a fraud scheme related to an effort to raise private funds to build the border wall.
    JOHN CENA has admitted he regrets his feud with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Cena and Johnson fought in consecutive Wrestlemania main events in 2012 and 2013. 2 Cena has revealed his regret at his feud with fellow WWE star JohnsonCredit: Rex Cena admitted in a Q&A session in 2020 that things ended up "pretty personal" between the pair. He explained: "I said some things that were less than nice. He said some things that were less than nice. "And I can assure you, in our line of work there is a grey area where imagination becomes very real and we were right in the sweet spot of that grey area, each watching the other's every move and not too happy with the other party." The 44-year-old later confessed he was wrong to call Johnson a sell out for flip-flopping between the WWE and his acting career. Cena has himself made strides in the entertainment industry over the past few years, starring in comedies such as Trainwreck, Blockers and Daddy's Home as well as Transformers spin-off Bumblebee. And last year he...
    Salman Rushdie’s attacker has said that he is ‘surprised’ that the author survived, and admitted that he only read a ‘couple of pages’ of his Satanic Verses. Hadi Matar, 24, slammed Rushdie for ‘attacking Islam’, before adding ‘I don’t like him very much’ in a jailhouse interview. Rushdie, 75, had to undergo emergency surgery after Matar allegedly stabbed him multiple times as he took to the stage to give a lecture at the Chautauqua Institute on August 12. In an interview with the New York Post from the Chautauqua County Jail, Matar, from Fairvew, New Jersey, said that he was ‘surprised’ that the author survived. He said: ‘I don’t like the person. I don’t think he’s a very good person, I don’t like him. I don’t like him very much. ‘He’s someone who attacked Islam, he attacked their beliefs, the belief systems.’ Rushdie had suffered three stab wounds to the neck, four to the stomach, puncture wounds to his right eye and chest as well as a laceration on his right thigh. When asked if he was inspired by Iranian...
    Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) came to Andrew Yang’s defense after the Forward Party founder had a contentious interview with CNN’s Jim Acosta, but the congressman’s tweet drew its own criticism from those skeptical of the new independent party. Yang appeared on Sunday’s episode of CNN Newsroom and faced a barrage of tough questions from Acosta regarding a series of tweets he posted in the aftermath of the FBI executing a search warrant on former President Donald Trump’s residence at Mar-a-Lago, and on the recent launch of the Forward Party. In one particularly heated exchange, Acosta grilled Yang about the party’s lack of policy positions: “Andrew, you’re going to need policy positions at some point,” noted Acosta, pressuring him to give further details about his platform. “The Forward Party has not a left or right, but forward stance on even the most divisive and contentious issues,” Yang said, once again without giving any specific party position. “What does that even mean?” replied Acosta. “You can’t just say this is a hot button issue, so I’m not going to take...
    A recent interview featuring Olivia Newton-John has resurfaced, after the Australian icon lost her battle to stage-four metastatic breast cancer this week.  The singer, whose death was announced on Monday at the age of 73, appeared on the A Life of Greatness podcast a year ago in one of her final interviews.  During the candid chat, Olivia revealed her deep faith and the pact she made with God while pregnant with daughter Chloe Lattanzi, now 36, back in the eighties.    Oliva Newton John revealed her faith and the pact she made with God to save daughter Chloe's life while pregnant in a heartbreaking final interview before her shock death
    Former New Zealand prime minister John Key has urged the government to stay close to China to have any chance at influencing the superpower's behaviour. Mr Key preached engagement with Beijing in a long interview to TVNZ's Q+A program on Sunday, a rarity since standing down in 2016 after eight years in office. He lamented US-China relations had 'deteriorated considerably' since his time in office, and dismissed Australia's tough talking approach to China under Scott Morrison as counterproductive. Mr Key also lashed US House speaker Nancy Pelosi over her visit to Taiwan this week, suggesting it was selfish and high-risk. 'It was reckless, if you want to be kind. It was provocative and it was actually dangerous,' he said. Former New Zealand prime minister John Key has urged the government to stay close to China to have any chance at influencing the superpower's behaviour (pictured with wife Bronagh) 'Everyone knows that the third-most important elected official in the United States turning up on Taiwanese territory, that is poking the bear.' Amid growing tensions between China and the US over Taiwan,...
    MAURICIO POCHETTINO admits not winning the Champions League with Paris Saint-Germain was “a failure.” The manager made the candid admission in the wake of his exit from the French champs. 1Mauricio Pochettino admits it was a 'failure' not to win the Champions League at PSGCredit: AFP Pochettino was shown the door by PSG’s super-rich Qatari owners despite winning reclaiming the Ligue 1 title from Lille. It’s reckoned club chiefs were left fuming with PSG’s inability to compete in Europe yet again. That’s after last summer’s splurge which saw Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Achraf Hakimi and Nuno Mendes join the club. PSG looked set to reach the quarter finals last season before a late collapse resulted in defeat to Real Madrid. READ MORE SUN STORIESHERE WE GO! I am a transfer guru and sleep just four hours a day when the window opens The French champs have now turned to Christophe Galtier for inspiration. And even Mbappe has been convinced to stay after looking certain to join Real. But it’s game over for ex-Spurs boss Poch, who is now...