Everything you need to know about the Ben & Jen divorce


*Apparently being the daughter of a multimillionaire media tycoon isn’t enough to save you from financial dire straits.

Page Six has learned that the IRS has emptied bank accounts belonging to late TV mogul Aaron Spelling’s daughter Tori Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott.

In July 2016, it was reported that the couple — who had their fifth child in March — were slammed with a federal tax lien for $707,487.30 in unpaid federal taxes for their 2014 bill alone.

Meanwhile, Page Six reported that McDermott’s ex-wife, Mary Jo Eustace, is threatening him with jail over unpaid child support for their 18-year-old son, Jack.


Ben Affleck is preparing to move. Jennifer Garner is staying put.

TMZ reports he’s shopping for a house in the neighborhood.

It’s possible they will own three homes. One for Ben. One for Jen. And the eight bedroom mansion for their children. Ben and Jen could rotate weeks with the kids. A source told People magazine, (quote) “One thing they agree on: the kids will stay at the family house. Jen and Ben will focus on making things as smoothly as possible for the kids.”

Since announcing the divorce in 2015, Ben was relegated to sleeping in the two-bedroom guest house on the three-acre property. Now that reconciliation is impossible, it's time to pack up his things.

  • The couple expects to complete the divorce this year. They’ve agreed on custody, but still need to split their estate which worth about 200 million dollars.
  • The paparazzi has staked positions on their block and will wait for the moving trucks.
  • The move is a quirky birthday gift to Jen, who turns 45 today.
  • TMZ reports this morning that Ben is already dating again! Nothing serious, but he's moving on -- physically and emotionally.



*Prince Harry Opens Up About Getting Therapy After Not Grieving For Diana-The Royals’ push to make mental health more of a priority just became more personal.

It’s well known that Princess Diana battled some mental health issues, including depression. What isn’t well know is how Prince Harry struggled to deal with her death.

The prince says he was very close to having what he called a "complete breakdown" years after his mother died in a car crash. The 32-year-old prince said in a podcast interview yesterday that shutting down all his emotions the past 20 years seriously affected his work as well as his personal life.

Harry said he didn't actually take time to grieve until he was 28. The prince said he came very close to completely breaking down "on numerous occasions" in his late 20s. Harry says his older brother, Prince William, insisted he get professional help, which eventually he did. Princess Diana was killed in a crash in Paris in August of 1997.

As far as how the boyfriend of actress Meghan Markle is doing now…let’s just say she caught him at the perfect time. “Because of the process that I’ve been through over the last 2½-3 years, I’ve now been able to take my work seriously, be able to take my private life seriously as well, and be able to put blood, sweat and tears into the things that really make a difference,’ he said.

Part of his reason for sharing this story is to get more people to get treatment for mental health issues. “No matter who you are, the conversation has to be the beginning,” Harry said.

Source: People


Gary Sinise Gets A Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star Today-Hollywood good guy and U.S. troops supporter Gary Sinise will take his place among the celebrity elite today.

The Emmy-winning actor is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today. Sinise is being honored for his work in television, including his starring role in the CBS crime drama "CSI:NY" which ran from 2004 to 2013. He won an Emmy in 1998 for his portrayal of the late Alabama Governor George Wallace. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1995 for his role as Lieutenant Dan Taylor in the Oscar-winning film "Forrest Gump.”Source: NBC Los Angeles


April 14th - 16th, 2017

1. The Fate of the Furious - $100 million

2. The Boss Baby - $15.5 million

3. Beauty and the Beast - $13.6 million

4. Smurfs: The Lost Village - $6.5 million

5. Going in Style - $6.35 million

To no one's surprise, The Fate of the Furious roared into first place at the box office this weekend, continuing the power of the Fast and Furious franchise with its eighth entry. The all-star action adventure clocked a cool 100 million bucks in tickets -- movie tickets, not traffic citations. 

According to Universal Pictures, the film's hauled in $532.5 million worldwide and called that a new global record.


Melissa McCarthy trolled Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live again and people went nuts.

Isaiah Thomas of the Celtics played one day after his sister's death in a car crash. Fans applauded him for his courage and he scored a team-leading 33 points, but Boston still lost to the Chicago Bulls Sunday 106-102 in their playoff opener.

Girls: The series finale of Lena Dunham's HBO show drew social media frenzy, but the Twitter trend caught a lot of other young women as well.

Lady Gaga: She premiere her new single "The Cure" during her headlining set Saturday at Coachella.

Pope Francis: He condemned "oppressive regimes" in his Easter message on Sunday and encouraged world leaders to show restraint as tensions rise in Syria and North Korea.

#RHOA: Fans and haters are reacting to the latest episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta.




Rooney Mara, actress (32)

Victoria Beckham, Spice Girl and fashion designer (43)

Jennifer Garner, actress (45)

Liz Phair, singer (50)

Maynard James Keenan, Tool musician (53)

Boomer Esiason, sports personality (56)

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