This is the problem with the comments Leah Remini made about Tom Cruise’s relationships with Katie Holmes and Nicole Kidman – it gives lower-tier tabloids (which, unfortunately, US Weekly now is) a reason to post these recycled headlines. 


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A couple of years ago, I went to one of those crazy Michelin-star restaurants that serves a 20 course meal for 8 people and it takes 4 hours. One of the dishes involved corn nuts: specifically, a cotton-candy empanada filled with foie gras and corn nuts. Every part of the meal was painstakingly created by the chefs -- except for the corn nuts. They said that they tried making them in house but they couldn’t duplicate the crunch and the texture. Unless they crack your teeth, they aren’t authentic.

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner got engaged before Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra, but who do you think will get married first? I think the latter. I could see Joe and Sophie doing the Miley/Liam thing and being engaged for a really long time. 


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Alicia Keys, her husband Swizz Beats and Swizz’s ex-wife Mashonda Tifrere wrote a book about co-parenting called Blend. And this isn’t the typical “we decided to just be best friends!” conscious uncoupling story. The relationship between Alicia and Mashonda was public and contentious, at first. I think that would actually make the advice in the book really valuable, because who going through a divorce that involves a third party can’t relate to that?


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Jenny Mollen and Jason Biggs use their “hardcore parenting” as fodder for social media. The lunches she makes for her son are a becoming a thing that is regularly covered by the Parenting sections of magazines. Does the fact that their posts are irreverent make them less obnoxious, or more? It’s still a form boasting, even if it’s supposed to be irreverent and self-effacing. Since the Internet has decreed October 3 as Mean Girls Day, I feel like “I’m not like a regular mom, I’m a cool mom” works here. 


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