Emma Roberts says she blocked her mum on Instagram for leaking pregnancy news: ‘It was my only weapon’

Emma Roberts has confirmed that it was indeed her own mother who leaked her pregnancy news.

The actress had planned to keep news she was expecting a baby with boyfriend Garret Hedlund under wraps, but her mum, Kelly Cunningham, accidentally outed her on Instagram.

During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Roberts explained that she had given her mum an iPhone for Mother’s Day this year (she was still using a flip phone up until that point), but the American Horror Story star has regretted her gift ever since. As her aunt Julia Roberts would say, it was a big mistake. Huge! 

“I was, like, ‘Now we can FaceTime and iMessage. And like, how sweet.’ And it was just such a love fest… and it was the worst thing I ever did,” the 29-year-old told host Jimmy Kimmel during the October 20 appearance. 

Armed with a new iPhone, Cunningham then joined Instagram. And as her follower count grew, she began to interact with her daughter’s fans.

Once news of Roberts’ pregnancy made the rounds on the social media platform, fans began to congratulate the grandma-to-be, who enthusiastically thanked them for their well wishes. 

“When I said to her, ‘Mum, you revealed my pregnancy,’ she goes, ‘Emma, you announced it.’ I said, ‘No, I didn’t. That was a tabloid.’ She’s like, ‘Oh, that wasn’t clear,'” the actress explained. 

“We kind of laughed, we kind of got in a fight. I blocked her at one point. It was my only weapon. She texted me at 2am, ‘Queen, did you block me? Sad face.’ I was like, ‘Yes, I did block you.’ Then I unblocked her. It’s been an Instagram war with my mother that I never saw coming. A good story to tell the baby.”

Watch the video above to see the hilarious way Roberts found out about the leak. 


The actress’ dad, actor Eric Roberts, and Cunningham split when the actress was just a baby. The 64-year-old actor has been married to actress Eliza Roberts since 1992, and Cunnigham is now married to rocker Kelly Nickels. Together, they share a 19-year-old daughter, Grace.

The Outfield singer Tony Lewis dies at 62

Tony Lewis, the singer of ’80s pop-rock band The Outfield, has died at the age of 62. According to a statement, Lewis died at his home near London on October 20. No cause of death was given.

“Tony Lewis, singer of the ’80s rock band The Outfield, suddenly and unexpectedly passed away,” reads the statement. “Tony’s music touched people around the globe for decades. Lewis and the late John Spinks took the ’80s by storm with The Outfield’s infectious pop songs, including ‘Your Love,’ ‘All The Love’ and ‘Say It Isn’t So.’ ‘Your Love’ reached No. 6 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart in 1986 and is still widely known today, with features in various TV spots and commercials, gaining millions of streams each month.”

The ‘Your Love’ video currently boasts more than 300 million views on YouTube.

The band had achieved huge success in the US, but weren’t as known in the UK. Still, the band continued to record and tour through the 1980s and into the early 1990s.

Speaking to The Grateful Web in 2019, Lewis said, “I grew up in East London. I sang in an American accent even though my friends said I sounded more like Michael Caine in real life. It would sound pretty funny if I sang ‘Your Love’ in my real accent.”

In 2017, Lewis signed to Madison Records and released Out of the Darkness in 2018. Featuring a sound that harkened back to The Outfield, standout tracks include ‘Into the Light’ and ‘Only You.’ Earlier this year, Lewis released Unplugged — The Acoustic Sessions.

And in June, he appeared on RW Quarantunes, a by-invitation-only online fundraiser and greatest hits showcase where he performed ‘Your Love’ solo and sounded phenomenal.

Lewis is survived by his wife, Carol.


Spencer Davis, veteran British rocker known for Gimme Some Lovin’, dead at 81

Spencer Davis, the veteran British rock musician renowned for hits that bore his name but he did not sing, died in a hospital Monday while being treated for pneumonia, his agent told the BBC.

While the Spencer Davis Group performed for decades, its biggest hits — including such frequently covered mid-1960s classics as ‘Gimme Some Lovin” and ‘I’m a Man’ — were sung not by Davis but a teenaged Steve Winwood, making the group, like the Dave Clark 5 and the J. Geils Band, one of several from the era named after a band member who was not the singer or frontman.

The reason, bandmember Muff Winwood told Mojo in 1997, was because “Spencer was the only one who enjoyed doing interviews, so I pointed out that if we called it the Spencer Davis Group, the rest of us could stay in bed and let him do them.”

Born in Swansea, South Wales, in 1939, Davis began playing harmonica and accordion as a child. He moved over to guitar and began playing in bands as a teen before settling in Birmingham in his early 20s.

Along the way, he played in a band called the Saints with bassist Bill Perks — who changed his name to Bill Wyman when he joined the Rolling Stones — and dated and performed with singer-keyboardist Christine Perfect, who later took her husband John McVie’s name and joined Fleetwood Mac.

In 1963, he saw brothers Steve and Muff Winwood performing in a Birmingham pub and convinced them to form a band with him, with Steve’s soaring voice and rousing keyboard playing at the centre. Performing a steady repertoire of R&B covers, the Spencer Davis Group quickly developed a following, performed frequently in London and signed with Fontana Records.

There, they released a string of Top 10 British hits — beginning with ‘Keep on Running’ in 1966 and continuing with ‘Somebody Help Me,’ ‘I’m A Man’ and ‘Gimme Some Lovin” in 1967; the latter two were significant hits in the US as well and were later covered by Chicago and the Blues Brothers, respectively. The hits were all sung by Steve Winwood, whom many people naturally thought was Davis.

The Winwood brothers left the group in 1967 — Steve to form Traffic with guitarist Dave Mason and drummer Jim Capaldi; Muff to become a successful record executive — as did producer and cowriter Jimmy Miller, who worked with Traffic and later the Rolling Stones. Davis continued the group until 1969, reforming it in 1973 after he’d moved to California. Davis also worked as an A&R executive for Island Records in the 1970s.

He led various incarnations of the Spencer Davis Group, recording intermittently over the ensuing decades and touring regularly as recently as 2017.

Alan Carr says fans commenting on Adele’s weight loss are ‘missing the point’

UK TV presenter Alan Carr has opened up about his good friend Adele‘s recent weight loss.

During an appearance on UK morning show Lorraine, the comedian said everyone was “missing the point” by focusing on the “size of her knickers”.

Christine Lampard, who was filling in for host Lorraine Kelly, told the Chatty Man star the constant headlines about the singer’s weight upset her and asked how he felt as a close friend.


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“I think she’s always been gorgeous, with those eyes and those lips,” Carr said. “With Adele, you sort of miss the point if you’re just worried about what size knickers she wears, because it’s that voice. It’s that inspirational, awesome voice.

“Listen, if the voice got skinny… I’d say, ‘Girl, go get a Greggs down you,” he joked. “It’s all about the voice for me.”

Carr and Adele are so close the hit-maker got ordained to marry the TV host and his partner Paul Drayton in January 2018.


The ‘Someone Like You’ singer was also the couple’s wedding planner, wedding singer and gave them an epic wedding present on top of it all — a trip to Las Vegas to see Céline Dion in concert.

Speaking about the big day on The Jonathon Ross Show, Carr revealed he’d married his partner in Adele’s LA home.

“We did it in her back garden. How nice was that? She paid for it all. She is the loveliest person ever,” he said. “The most magical day ever. As a treat she took us to see Céline Dion in Caesars Palace. She’s absolutely lovely. She sang.'”


The pair became good friends many years ago with Carr even letting Adele live at his place briefly at one point.

The Grammy Award-winning singer has reportedly lost over 44kgs in total across her health transformation, first surprising fans with her new look on social media last year.

Dominic West set to play Prince Charles in Seasons 5 and 6 of The Crown

Dominic West is one of the final key players joining The Crown.

Sources tell Variety that West is in late-stage discussions for the role, though the deal isn’t done. The actor would play Charles in the final two seasons of the Netflix drama. He will star opposite Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana. Seasons 5 and 6 The Crown will take the royal family into the 1990s and early 2000s.

Charles was previously played by Josh O’Connor, and news of West’s casting comes just under a month before the series returns for season 4 on November 15.

West is best known to US audiences for his central roles in The Wire and The Affair. The latter role earned him two Golden Globe nominations. He will next appear opposite Lily James in the BBC adaptation of Nancy Mitford’s classic novel The Pursuit of Love.

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The Crown has followed the royal family through multiple time periods, beginning in the late 1940s and early 1950s with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s marriage and early careers.

Season 3 jumped forward in time to the 1960s and 1970s, with season 4 taking the narrative through the ’80s and introducing Princess Diana for the first time (played by Emma Corrin).

The upcoming season will largely centre around Charles and Diana’s tempestuous marriage, and one can only assume that the final two seasons will deal with the couple’s divorce, as well as Diana’s tragic death in 1997.


Seasons 5 and 6 will also feature Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, and Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret.

The Crown showrunner Peter Morgan originally planned to have the series run for five seasons, before changing his mind and confirming it would be coming back for a sixth and final season earlier this year.

“As we started to discuss the storylines for Series 5, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story we should go back to the original plan and do six seasons. To be clear, Series 6 will not bring us any closer to present-day — it will simply enable us to cover the same period in greater detail,” explained Morgan at the time.

Ben Stiller recalls holding onto a fake Henry Winkler autograph for 40 years

Ben Stiller was just a kid when he met a niece of Henry Winkler at school.

When she found out he was a fan of The Fonz, Winkler’s iconic Happy Days character, she offered to get Stiller an autograph.

“I got this picture sent to me and it was The Fonz and it said, ‘Hey, Ben, one man’s ceiling is another man’s floor — Henry “The Fonz” Winkler,'” Stiller recalls in an exclusive clip from the upcoming Holocaust Museum L.A.’s virtual 45 Minutes of Inspiration benefit.

Years later, Stiller got the chance to ask Winkler if the autograph was real. “Henry sends me back a note immediately saying, ‘It was not my signature,'” Stiller says. “Of course, I had to rethink the last 40 years of my life, but then he said, ‘I’ll send you a real one.'”

Within two days, Stiller received a framed photo of Winkler as The Fonz as well as a current one with his dogs. Both photos are signed. “This is my prized possession,” Stiller says.

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Stiller used the story to illustrate one of the themes of the benefit: to celebrate life. “I am celebrating the love and generosity of heroes of ours that we get the chance to actually connect with and find out they’re even better in real life, people like Henry Winkler,” he says. “That’s something to celebrate in life. For me, learning how to celebrate the moment and just being happy with what I’ve got and where I am has been something I’ve gotten kind of better at.”

In addition to Stiller and Winkler, the lineup for the benefit includes Billy Crystal, Tiffany Haddish, Jack Black, Josh Gad, Ben Platt, Beanie Feldstein, Mayim Bialik, Morgan Freeman and L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti.

The event, hosted by Melissa Rivers, streams on Wednesday, October 21 at 5.45 pm. PT on holocaustmuseumla.org.

Proceeds benefit the museum’s education programs.

Fleetwood Mac’s Dreams is back in the charts after viral TikTok

Fleetwood Mac are back in the spotlight after a TikTok featuring one of their songs went viral last month.

The album Rumours was released more than 43 years ago, but this week it moved up to No. 11 on the ARIA Albums Chart — a six-spot jump from the previous week.

The song ‘Dreams’ — used in a TikTok video of a man longboarding down the street while drinking cranberry juice and lip-syncing to Stevie Nicks’ vocals — has had an even more impressive week.


The single has moved up to No. 4 — a 10-spot jump from last week.

Even Fleetwood Mac’s Greatest Hits album is doing well. The album was sitting at 107 in the ARIA Albums Chart, but this week had moved up to No. 45.

Nathan Apodaca posted the viral TikTok — dubbed The Dreams Challenge — on September 25 and quickly became an internet sensation. It currently has over 60 million views on the video-sharing app.

Fans were quick to post their own versions of The Dream Challenge. The band’s very own Mick Fleetwood recreated the video, making his TikTok debut. Watch in the video above.

Apodaca told Today’s Karl Stefanovic he was honoured when he saw the video.

“He made his own TikTok account. His first video was this one. The parody of my video. I feel honoured. A legend doing that. It’s just amazing,” he said. “I got to talk to him in the another interview. He was telling me that his daughters and everything said ‘Dad, you need to do this’.

Britney Spears shares the five most important items to take to the beach

Britney Spears is a self-confessed beach lover!

The ‘Toxic’ singer, 38, shared a video of herself in a snakeskin bikini where she offered up advice on what fans should take on their next beach outing.

“So this is the exact same bathing suit I wore like three days ago to the beach, but I said, ‘Hey why not give it another shot?'” Spears said in the clip.

The pop star wanted her followers to know her five essential things to bring to the beach are “a towel, oil, sunscreen, a dog and a hat.”

“I’m going to go to my jacuzzi now,” she says, as she walks out of the shot. Watch the video above.

Last week, Spears wore the same swimwear while taking in the sun at Malibu. At the time, she posted a separate Instagram video of her doing a yoga session on the sand.

“This was a much-needed break from my house cleaning,” she wrote. “This took me two hours to film because I went to three different locations to find the best lighting …. but unfortunately it was a grey and hazy day … that’s why it looks this way !!! I got home and was like CRAP!!!!”


The singer is currently in a conservatorship battle with her father, Jamie Spears. She is seeking to have her father removed from her conservatorship — which has been in effect for 12 years.

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Actress Pia Miller says she’s constantly being asked how old she is

Aussie actress Pia Miller opened up her Instagram Stories for a Q&A session recently and revealed the one question she’s constantly being asked.

When one fan queried her age, Miller responded, “This has been asked at least 25 times in this Q&A.”

She shared a boomerang of herself drinking wine while relaxing in a swimming pool and wrote, “I’ll be 37 in November.”

The former Bite Club star will celebrate her birthday on November 2, but sadly she might not be able to mark the special occasion with all her loved ones.

When another fan asked what she missed most since COVID-19 changed the world, Miller answered, “Travel. I miss my family in Melbourne. I miss my boyfriend in LA. I will never take travel for granted ever again.”

The former model has been dating talent agent Patrick Whitesell for more than seven months, recently saying goodbye to him after his whirlwind trip Down Under.

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Last month, the couple were spotted running errands in the suburb of Double Bay before heading to a Sydney private jet base where Whitesell boarded a plane back to the US.


Whitesell is worth a cool US$440 million (approx. $642 million). He was previously married to Lauren Sanchez until their split at the beginning of 2019 –– she is now dating Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Miller was engaged to film producer Tyson Mullane until April 2019. Prior to her relationship with Mullane, she was married to AFL player Brad Miller for eight years.

Both Whitesell and Miller each have two kids from previous relationships.

Dax Shepard opens up about his recent relapse: ‘It didn’t pan out’

Dax Shepard is going into more detail about his recent opioid relapse after 16 years of sobriety.

During an interview with Chelsea Handler on Shepard’s podcast Armchair Expert, the actor, 45, said, “I have the same exact relationship to drugs as you. Which is I do well with them. I don’t get out of control, I don’t…”

Shepard’s co-host, Monica Padman, jumped in and said, “Well…”

The Parenthood actor, who recently disclosed the news of his relapse, got sober again on September 14.

Handler enquired about the relapse and Shepard explained, “I had a bunch of surgeries, and I decided when the prescriptions were done, that it was time to get some and manage it. Then it didn’t pan out — as you would expect.”

“I would definitely know you should not be taking opioids,” Handler replied.

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On September 25, Shepard announced he’d relapsed six months earlier. He discussed it on the ‘Day 7’ episode of his podcast when he was seven days sober.

“So eight years into sobriety, I have not done a single shady thing. There was nothing grey,” he said at the time.

Shepard admitted he was “taking 30 mil” of Oxycotin eight times a day.

“I know that’s an amount that’s going to result in a pretty bad withdrawal,” he added. “And I start getting really scared, and I’m starting to feel really lonely. And I just have this enormous secret.”

Shepard has also dealt with a previous addiction to cocaine and alcohol but hasn’t touched either substance in 16 years.

The actor is married to Kristen Bell. They share two daughters, Lincoln, seven, and Delta, five.

If you, or someone you know would like to talk to someone confidentially about addiction, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or visit Reach Out. In an emergency, call 000.

Robert Redford’s son, James, dies of liver cancer at 58

James Redford, a filmmaker, activist and son of actor Robert Redford, has died. He was 58.

Robert Redford’s publicist, Cindi Berger, said in a statement Monday that the 84-year-old father is mourning with his family during this “difficult time.”

“The grief is immeasurable with the loss of a child,” says Berger. “Jamie was a loving son, husband and father. His legacy lives on through his children, art, filmmaking and devoted passion to conservation and the environment.”

His wife, Kyle, confirmed in an interview with The Salt Lake Tribune that her husband died Friday from bile-duct cancer in his liver.


Kyle said her husband’s liver disease returned two years ago and the cancer was discovered in November last year while he waited on a liver transplant.

She posted a message and a slew of photos on Twitter that included James, herself and their family.

“We’re heartbroken,” his wife wrote about her husband, who was called Jamie. “He lived a beautiful, impactful life & was loved by many. He will be deeply missed. As his wife of 32 (years), I’m most grateful for the two spectacular children we raised together. I don’t know what we would’ve done (without) them over the past 2 (years).”

James battled with liver disease for more than 30 years. But he went on with his life, marrying his wife Kyle who once taught eighth-grade history in Marin County. The couple had two children together.

He expressed gratitude for a liver transplant that saved his life in an HBO documentary The Kindness of Strangers in 1999. He produced the film and raised its US$600,000 (approx. $852,000) budget from foundations, corporations and individuals, including his parents.

“The experience made me realise how fortunate I was,” Redford reflected. “Think of the fact that every day 10-12 people die waiting to be transplanted. It had an impact on me, and I became committed to do something to help the cause of organ donation.”

James and his father co-founded the Redford Center, a nonprofit focused on environmental filmmaking. He also established the James Redford Institute in 1995 for Transplant Awareness to raise money and distribute tools to increase awareness about the shortage of organ donors.

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“With Jamie came love and contagious joy,” said Redford Center executive director Jill Tidman in an Instagram post. “He approached everything he did with kindness and warmth, and an openness that spread itself easily among others.”

The institute produced films including Flow, a 16-minute film aimed at a teen audience that was distributed for educational reasons, and From One to Another, a one-hour film that looks at those who have received organ transplants and those who are awaiting them at the Nebraska Health System University Hospital.

“The best way to reach people is on a personal level,” Redford said. “There are so many movies to make.”

James wrote the script for Hearts and Bones, starring Kiefer Sutherland and Daryl Hannah, and adapted Tony Hillerman’s Skinwalkers for North Fork Pictures.

At the time of his death, his wife said he was finishing a documentary called Where the Past Begins, which was about The Joy Luck Club author Amy Tan for PBS’ American Masters.

Veteran actor Jeff Bridges, 70, announces lymphoma diagnosis

Actor Jeff Bridges has announced on Twitter that he has been diagnosed with lymphoma.

The 70-year-old started his post off with a reference to The Big Lebowski, writing, “As the Dude would say… New s–t has come to light.”

“I have been diagnosed with lymphoma. Although it is a serious disease, I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors and the prognosis is good,” Bridges continued.

“I’m starting treatment and will keep you posted on my recovery.”


In a second tweet to the same thread, Bridges thanked his supporters and encouraged them to vote in the upcoming presidential election, linking to the website Vote.org.

“I’m profoundly grateful for the love and support from my family and friends. Thank you for your prayers and well wishes,” he tweeted. “And, while I have you, please remember to go vote. Because we are all in this together.”


FX, Touchstone Television, Hulu and FXP have sent the veteran actor well wishes on Twitter.

“Our thoughts go out to Jeff and his family during this challenging time and they have our love and support. We wish him a safe and full recovery,” they wrote in a statement. “And, as Jeff always says, ‘We are all in this together.’ Jeff, we are all in this together with you.”

Bridges was currently filming the Hulu drama The Old Man, where he plays a retired CIA officer.

Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system, which is the body’s network that fights off diseases. The lymphatic system includes the lymph nodes, spleen, thymus gland and bone marrow.

Though Bridges did not specify which kind of lymphoma he had been diagnosed with, there are two main types: Hodgkin’s lymphoma and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Lymphoma treatment usually involves chemotherapy, various medications, radiation therapy and, in rare cases, can require a stem cell transplant.

Bridges most recently appeared in Bad Times at the El Royale in 2018 and is currently in production for the TV miniseries The Old Man. Bridges has been nominated for a total of seven Academy Awards throughout his illustrious career, winning one for Crazy Heart in 2010.

Phillip Schofield admits he still feels ‘confused’ after coming out as gay: ‘My head is just as muddy as it was before’

Phillip Schofield says he’s still feeling “pretty confused” since coming out as gay on morning television earlier this year.

While speaking on the Happy Place podcast overnight, the British TV host, 58, said he’s still trying to work out who he is and doesn’t believe he’s living his life to the fullest.

“I probably know less of who I am than I did before,” Schofield began. “This is my life and my head. There’s no questioning, I have pressed the nuke button, as I say. And I am still learning what that means.”

Schofield said he is still coming to terms with being gay, but that his “head is just as muddy as it was before.”

“I’m still learning what effects that has on my life and the life of those around me. All I care about are the people that I love. All I care about are Steph and the girls and then beyond that the family,” he said. “But do I know who I am? No. I think if I’m honest, looking you right in the eye now, I’d say I’m still pretty confused.

“It’s clearer because I’ve been very honest about it, so I know that about … but I’ve known that about myself for a bit, a bit of time. However, no, I don’t think I do. I think I’m probably just as … my head’s just as muddy as it was before.”

Schofield shares daughters Ruby, 24, and Molly, 27, with his wife Stephanie Lowe, 56.

The TV star said he is determined to limit the fallout from his decision to come out.

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“You can’t be married for 27 years and make this work. You can’t do this without hurting everybody. But what about me? If I don’t do this, then all I hurt is myself, maybe really seriously. And so that’s what goes around and ’round and ’round and around and around,” Schofield said. “I am a guilt ninja. I mean, that is my absolute best emotion. I am best at that than anything.”

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Schofield revealed he’s uncertain about his romantic future, but said he is taking things one step at a time.

“I’m not rushing out and, ‘Yay, here we go!’ singing some great, gay anthem,” he said. “We’re not doing that. It’s all happening slowly.”

Naya Rivera’s ex Ryan Dorsey shares photo of five-year-old son Josey’s new look

Naya Rivera’s ex Ryan Dorsey is showing off their son’s Josey’s new hairstyle.

Dorsey, 37, shared a photo of the five-year-old with a buzz on Instagram.

“Wanted a cut like his boy Hunter,” he wrote. “Oceans 12 meets C-Mac. Happy Sunday. #keeppounding.”


The social media post is the first since Dorsey paid tribute to ex-wife Rivera following her accidental drowning at Lake Piru, California. The former Glee star’s body was reported missing on July 8 after she went boating with Josey.

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Since Rivera’s tragic death, her sister Nickayla moved in with Dorsey to help raise Josey.

“Ryan was always close with Naya’s family. He is beyond grateful that Nickayla has basically stopped her life to focus on Josey,” a source told People on September 30. “Everyone is still very upset, but they all have the same goal. They just want to give Josey the best life possible.

“Nickayla’s only focus right now is Josey. She is around every day to play with and care for Josey. They all live together right now.”

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Dorsey and Rivera tied the knot in 2014 and got divorced two years later.

The last time Dorsey shared a social media post was in reaction to his ex’s sudden death.

“This is so unfair… there’s not enough words to express the hole left in everyone’s hearts. I can’t believe this is life now. I don’t know if I’ll ever believe it,” he said. “You were just here… We were just in the back swimming with Josey the day before.

“Life just isn’t fair. I don’t know what to say…I’m thankful for our times and our journey that brought us together and gave us the sweetest and kindest smart little boy we could ever hope for.”

Kim Kardashian stands by her decision on working with Donald Trump, despite being warned against it

No matter how hard he tried, David Letterman couldn’t get Kim Kardashian to say a bad word about US President Donald Trump — her ally in the criminal justice reform.

Speaking to Letterman on the third season of his Netflix interview series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, the reality star, 39, opened up about working with the President.

“Hopefully, for the next multiple administrations, I’ll be working with the White House, helping them with clemencies,” she told Letterman, according to The Daily Beast.

“But do you feel that what is being done on behalf of sentencing reform now via this current administration in any way allows the balance of democracy back in a corridor of viability?” he asked.

Kardashian replied, “Well, I have no idea what you just said.”

She also avoided answering Letterman’s question about who she intends to vote for in the upcoming US election. Instead, she explained how she was warned about working with the President before her visits to the White House.

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“Trust me, everyone called me and said, ‘don’t you dare step foot in that White House or your reputation is done,'” she said. “And I said, ‘I have to step foot in there or these people’s lives don’t have a chance.'”

“It’s a life over my reputation,” Kardashian added.

In other previews for the episode, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star also opened up about the trauma she endured during the 2016 Paris robbery.

“I was like, ‘OK, this is the time I’m gonna get raped. Like deal, this is gonna happen, just prepare yourself,'” Kardashian said while beginning to cry. “So, I did and then — I don’t know why I’m crying, I’ve talked about this before — and then he tied me up with handcuffs and zip-ties and then duct tape and duct-taped my mouth and my eyes.”

“Besides that little cry session, I’m totally fine,” she continued. “I really am. I remember calling all my sisters from the car, we were on a conference call. I’m like, ‘Guys, thank God that was me. I’m very mentally strong and that would have f—ed all of your lives up for the rest of your life.'”