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Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering from his recent emergency heart surgery and thanking fans for their support.

The movie star and former California governor underwent open-heart surgery two weeks ago after suffering complications from a less invasive procedure. He tweeted a video of himself last night to give an update on his health and said, "I just want you to know that I'm feeling much better. I can't say, even with my positive attitude, that I'm great, because I'm not great yet. Great is a totally different level. But I'm good. I feel good. I get good care, good doctors, good nurses. Everything is fantastic."

He added, "I will stay in touch with all of you you. And thank you all for being such jewels." 


Reese Witherspoon Shares Post From “Big Little Lies” Set - Filming is underway for the second season of "Big Little Lies."

Reese Witherspoon posted a photo on Twitter yesterday of her and Nicole Kidman on set with one of the show's newest cast members, a dog named Jolly. Another addition to the show is Meryl Streep, who was also spotted filming this week.

Season two will air sometime next year.

Source: Time

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Prized Possessions Are On The Market - 

Some prized possessions of the late Zsa Zsa will be on the auction block Saturday.

Gabor's husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, says the sale of over 450 lots at Heritage Auctions in Beverly Hills is difficult for him. He says Zsa Zsa asked him many times during the later years of their marriage to sell some of her jewelry, but he couldn't bring himself to do it. Also on the auction block will be items from her extensive closet, never-before-seen photos and gifts from U.S. presidents.

Zsa Zsa was a talented singer turned actress and always a socialite in Hollywood. She was married a total of nine times, wed hotel magnate Conrad Hilton, Paris’ great-grandfather. The Hungarian-born beauty passed away in December 2016 at the age of 99.

Source: CBS Los Angeles

One Nun Is Still Fighting Katy Perry For Her “Home” 

A California nun is vowing not to give up her fight over property she says was wrongly sold to pop star Katy Perry.

Perry purchased a former convent from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles for 14.5 million, which didn't sit well with the Sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary, who'd owned the property for decades. Sister Rita Callanan told Fox News this week she's planning on appealing to Pope Francis to stop the sale. She said "They'll have to kill me first if they want to keep me quiet." She added “It’s very much, to me, a David and Goliath fight,” the nun said. “And you know who won that battle.”

Source: Fox News

Celebgate Hacker Pleads Guilty

A man accused of leaking nude photos of female celebrities in 2014 is pleading guilty.

The plea from 26-year-old George Garofano of North Branford, Connecticut came yesterday during a court hearing. He was one of several people who admitted to being involved in the phishing scheme, which was dubbed "Celebgate."

He and others gained access to the photos and other personal information by hacking into the Apple iCloud accounts of Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, Kate Upton and more than 200 others, taking intimate photos and publishing them online.

Garofano is the fourth person to be charged. He faces up to 16 months in prison and a 50-thousand dollar fine. 

Source: Hartford Courant

Pet Behaviors Can Be Treated With Therapy

Taking your dog to a therapist is not as crazy as you might think.

Actually it's estimated that 10 to 15 percent of pet owners say they could use some help with pet behavior issues. Kaitlyn Thomas with K-9 Turbo Training in Michigan says that if your dog is very stressed and can't process even the most basics of training, it might be time to call the doctors.

Just like for people, there are medications for pets that can calm anxiety and help your pooch to focus better. Thomas says this can help the dog train better and just be happier overall. 

Source: MetroSource



  • NHL Hockey Eastern Conference quarterfinal, Game 2. (NBC)
  • UFC Fight Night Poirier vs. Gaethje; Michelle Waterson vs. Cortney Casey. From Glendale, Arizona. (FOX)


  • American Idol Twelve of the top 24 finalists perform solos; radio show host Bobby Bones mentors. (ABC)
  • James Comey - An ABC News Exclusive Event Interview. (ABC)
  • 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards The ceremony honoring achievement in country music takes place at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas; Reba McEntire hosts. (CBS)
  • The Walking Dead (season finale) The communities join forces in the last stand against the Saviors. The season's story lines culminate in all-out war. (AMC)
  • Fear the Walking Dead (season premiere) A lone traveler's wearying journey is interrupted by new acquaintances, some who become friends, others who becomes foes.

All listings are subject to change.


James McAvoy and Bill Hader are in negotiations to join Jessica Chastain in It: Chapter Two. McAvoy would play the role of the adult Bill Denbrough, the unofficial leader of the group of kids nicknamed the Losers Club, who grows up to be a successful author. When he returns to face his past, his old stutter resurfaces. Jaeden Lieberher played the character in the first movie.Hader will play the adult Richie Tozier, the jokester who grows up to be a DJ. Finn Wolfhard played the character in the first installment.


 “I recently took a course, a Bob Ross instructional course,” Arquette told Garris. “He’s so calming"

• "it’s a three-week course in New Smyrna Beach.’ So, this past summer, I went there. and I did it."

• "and now I’ve taught like 30 people how to paint these little happy trees.”

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