TRENDIN' WITH TRISTAN: Blake & Ryan's Relationship Secret

  • Denise Richards and Aaron Phypers are now married
  • They tied the knot over the weekend in a ceremony with friends, family, and "RHOBH" co-stars in attendance
  • The couple has confirmed the news in a video posted by Bravo's "The Daily Dish" teasing the upcoming season

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Williams will be fined $17,000 for 3 separate code violations during the tennis tournament's final.

-$4,000 for a coaching violation.

-$3,000 for smashing her racquet.

-$10,000 for verbal abuse towards the umpire. 

Serena was penalized during Saturday's match against Naomi Osaka after the umpire accused her of receiving coaching from the sidelines -- calling him a thief for doing so.

Williams approached the umpire and heavily disputed the violation, saying she'd rather cheat than lose. Williams' coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, did admit to coaching after the match, but said he didn't think Serena was paying attention to him.

Osaka received her trophy to a chorus of boos from the crowd ... and Williams was obviously upset during the press conference after the match ... saying she felt that she was only penalized because she was a woman. 

The fines will come out of Serena's tournament winnings ... $1.85 MILLION.

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LES MOONVES: Resigns From CBS Corp.

Les Moonves has stepped down from CBS Corporation as new allegations of sexual assault and harassment have surfaced.

Earlier on Sunday, the New Yorker published new accusations against the CBS chairman and CEO from six women. This comes about six weeks after the magazine published Ronan Farrow's first expose on the TV mogul. In a statement to the New Yorker, Moonves acknowledged three of the encounters but claimed that they were consensual.

CBS says it will donate $20 million on Moonves and the network's behalf to an organization that supports #MeToo. According to TMZ, the money will come out of any severance benefits owed to the former head honcho.

In a statement, Moonves says, "Untrue allegations from decades ago are now being made against me that are not consistent with who I am. Effective immediately I will no longer be Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CBS. I am deeply saddened to be leaving the company. I wish nothing but the best for the organization, the newly comprised board of directors and all of its employees."

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PROJECT RUNWAY: Heidi and Tim Leaving

It's a sad day for Project Runway fans -- Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum are leaving the show.

The two judges have been part of Project Runway for 16 seasons, but they're not leaving TV entirely. They're teaming up for a new fashion show for Amazon Prime Video. Amazon says it's "a fresh take in the reality space and will appeal to a global audience who are entertained by competition, storytelling, and authenticity."

No word yet on a name or premiere date for the new show. (People)

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BOX-OFFICE REPORT

1. The Nun - $53.5 million

2. Crazy Rich Asians - $13.6 million

3. Peppermint - $13.3 million

4. The Meg - $6 million

5. Searching - $4.5 million

The Nun opened at number-one with a franchise record $53.5 million. The horror flick, which is a spinoff from The Conjuring series, beat the first flick's $41.8 million debut in 2013. The Nun also had the second largest September opening ever, surpassing the $48.4 million by Hotel Transylvania 2 in 2015.

The weekend's other big, new release, the Jennifer Garner thriller Peppermint, met predictions with a $13.3 million opening for third place.

After three weeks at number-one, Crazy Rich Asians dropped to second with $13.6 million.

The Meg dropped from second to fourth with $6 million

And Searching went from fourth to fifth with $4.5 million.

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Stand Up 2 Cancer Raises Record Amount - 

The 2018 Stand Up to Cancer telecast was the best ever after raising nearly 124 million dollars. The funds pledged on Friday will be used for new cancer research programs in the United States and Canada.

This year marks ten years since the Stand Up to Cancer charity began and the sixth telethon. The show featured a big line-up of celebrity appearances from Stevie Wonder, Matt Damon, Jon Hamm, cancer survivor Charlie Wilson and more. Bradley Cooper returned as co-executive producer.

Source: The Republic

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“I Dream Of Jeannie” Actor Bill Daily Dies - 

The actor who specialized in portraying best friends and funny neighbors has died.

Bill Daily passed away Tuesday of natural causes in Santa Fe, New Mexico at the age of 91. Daily is best known for playing Roger Healy on "I Dream of Jeannie." He later appeared as Howard Borden on the 70s sitcom "The Bob Newhart Show." In an interview, Daily said the star of the MTM series had a low-key style that wasn't really for everyone. "Jeannie" star Barbara Eden tweeted that Daily "was a funny, sweet man that kept us all on our toes." Bob Newhart called him "one of the most positive people I ever knew and we'll dearly miss him."

Daily’s son Patrick says his dad lived by the rule “Happiness is a decision that you make.” 

Source: CNN

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JOHN LEGEND: Achieves EGOT

Sunday night, John Legend made history by becoming one of just 15 entertainers to achieve the EGOT. On his trophy shelf now sits an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award.

Legend, along with Jesus Christ Superstar writers and producers Tim Rice and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, took home an Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Special. All three are EGOT club members.

Chrissy Teigen tweeted before the Creative Arts Emmy ceremony, (quote) “If Jesus Christ Superstar wins, John will have his EGOT. And I will make an even uglier cry face.” Afterward, she tweeted a photo of the three winners with the caption, (quote) “EGOT GOATS” [Greatest Of All Time]

Legend has 10 Grammys. He earned the Academy Award for his song “Glory” in the movie called Selma. Last year, Legend took home a Broadway Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play as a co-producer. (Variety)

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*Bill Daily, best known for his roles on the sitcoms I Dream of Jeannie and The Bob Newhart Show, has died of natural causes. He was 91. (USA Today)

*Denise Richards, the newest star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, wed actor Aaron Phypers Saturday in Malibu. Denise was married to Charlie Sheen from 2002 to 2006. Aaron recently divorced Nicollette Sheridan after three years of marriage.

*90 Day Fiancé star Jorge [pr: George] Nava has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison after being arrested with 300 pounds of marijuana in his car. He tells TMZ that he and his wife, Anfisa, are doing "great" and that she's been "very supportive" of him throughout his case.

*Smokey and the Bandit will return to theaters as a tribute to the late Burt Reynolds. The 1977 comedy will play at 240 AMC locations from September 12th to September 20th with a $5 ticket price (or lower).


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Miss America was on TV last night and she won without having to wear a swimsuit!  Nia Imani Franklin was Miss New York, he talent was classical singing and her pageant platform is advocating for the arts. So she wins a $50,000 scholarship and the crown. First runner up was Miss Connecticut

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