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      On Tuesday (November 29th), Kim Kardashian and Kanye "Ye" West finalized their divorce after nearly two years. The pair will have joint custody and "equal access" to their four children: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.

      However, a source close to Kardashian told TMZ that she would take care of the kids 80 percent of the time, as West admitted was already the case in September. West will also have to pay Kardashian $200,000 a month in child support. The "Heartless" singer will also provide 50 percent of the children's education and security expenses.

      The former couple agreed to attend mediation if they disagree on any decision regarding their four kids in the future. If either Kardashian or West miss a mediation, the participating party will get to decide how to resolve that particular issue.


      Trevor Noah interviewed Will Smith on The Daily Show Monday night (November 29th) and asked him about the night he slapped Chris Rock at the 94th annual Academy Awards. This marked Smith's first late-night interview since the incident took place in March.

      "That was a horrific night, as you can imagine. You know, there's many nuances and complexities to it. But at the end of the day, I just -- I lost it, you know?" Smith said, getting emotional.

      He continued, "You just never know what somebody's going through, you know?" The Men in Black actor shared that he was "going through something that night. Not that that justifies my behavior at all."

      Smith later added that he "was gone" after he attacked Rock onstage. "That was a rage that had been bottled for a really long time," he said, referring to his childhood trauma—which he admitted was misplaced on Rock that night.


      Hailey Bieber opened up about a large and painful cyst that she has on one of her ovaries Monday (November 28th). The model shared a photo of her stomach to her Instagram stories to share the unfortunate news, letting fans know that it's "not a baby."

      "I have a cyst on my ovary the size of an apple," she captioned the photo. "I don't have endometriosis or PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) but I have gotten an ovarian cyst a few times and it's never fun."

      Bieber added, "It's painful and achey and makes me feel nauseous and bloated and crampy and emotional … I'm sure a lot of you can overly relate and understand. We got this."


      Ben Affleck had a special message engraved on Jennifer Lopez's engagement ring, and the Marry Me star recently revealed what it is. The silver band on her green diamond ring reads, "not.going.anywhere."

      Lopez explained the meaning behind this to Zane Lowe on Monday (November 28th). "That's how he would sign his emails when we started talking again. Like 'Don't worry, I'm not going anywhere,'" she said.

      Apparently, Affleck also had the first engagement ring he gave her 20 years ago engraved as well. "My first diamond ring he gave me, the pink diamond ring, it said 'sing,'" she said.


      Samuel L. Jackson appeared on The View Tuesday (November 29th) and responded to Quentin Tarantino's recent remarks about the effects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Hollywood., The Kill Bill creator said movie stars have disappeared due to the "Marvel-ization of Hollywood" on a recent episode of the 2 Bears, 1 Cave podcast.

      Jackson seemed to scoff at this. "It takes an actor to be those particular characters, and the sign of movie stardom has always been, what, asses in seats?" he commented. "What are we talking about?"

      The Pulp Fiction actor added, "That's not a big controversy for me to know that apparently these actors are movie stars. Chadwick Boseman is Black Panther. You can't refute that, and he's a movie star."

      This comes after Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings actor Simu Liu tweeted last week, "If the only gatekeepers to movie stardom came from Tarantino and Scorsese, I would never have had the opportunity to lead a $400 million plus movie."


      JULIA ROBERTS CELEBRATES HER TWINS' 18TH BIRTHDAY WITH THROWBACK PHOTO: On Monday (November 28th), Julia Roberts shared a sweet throwback photo to Instagram to celebrate her twins Hazel and Finn's 18th birthday. Roberts is holding one of the twins up as she stands in a kitchen in the photo, while the other is sitting nearby. Sleepless in Seattle actress Rita Wilson commented on the post, "It can't be!!!!!!! Happy Birthday!!!!"

      HELENA BONHAM CARTER GETS DRAGGED ON TWITTER FOR DEFENDING J.K. ROWLING AND JOHNNY DEPP: After Variety tweeted a quote from Helena Bonham Carter Monday (November 28th), from the interview in which she defended J.K. Rowling and Johnny Depp, some fans hit back—bringing her affair with Emma Thompson's ex-husband Kenneth Branagh into the picture. "Like I'm going to listen to a homewrecker like Helena," one person wrote. Another added, "Emma Thompson is like ‘you would know.'"

      JULIE CHRISLEY SAYS SHE NEVER ‘INTENTIONALLY TRIED' TO DO ANYTHING WRONG: Days before she was sentenced, Julie Chrisley appeared on her daughter Savannah's Unlocked podcast and addressed her bank fraud and tax evasion conviction. "I think about the situation that we're dealing with right now, and I'm thinking about I've never gone out here and hurt a soul," she said. "I have never gone out here and intentionally tried to do anything that I wasn't supposed to do, and look where I'm standing right now." She added, "I know what I've done. More important, I know what I haven't done."

      JOANNA GAINES APOLOGIZES TO HER MOTHER ABOUT NOT EMBRACING HER KOREAN HERITAGE: On Monday's (November 28th) episode of Joanna Gaines' podcast The Stories We Tell, the Fixer Upper star apologized to her mother for "living in halfness" and not embracing her Korean identity. Gaines told her mother Nan, "I don't know that I ever told you this, but I always wanted to say I was sorry for living in halfness. And not fully embracing the most beautiful thing about myself, which was you. The culture that was half of me as a Korean little girl, as a Korean teenager, as a Korean woman." She added, "I just wanted to tell you mom, that I now am fully in a place of just complete pride."


      CLARENCE GILYARD JR. DIES AT 66: According to Deadline, Top Gun and Die Hard star Clarence Gilyard Jr. has passed away at the age of 66. The University of Nevada Las Vegas' College of Fine Arts, where he worked as a film and theater professor, announced the news but did not yet announce a cause of death. Gilyard's career in film, television, and theater spanned over 30 years, and his first movie role was playing Sundown in 1986's Top Gun. He also starred on television shows such as Matlock and Walker, Texas Ranger. The Dean of the University of Nevada Las Vegas said in a statement, "His students were deeply inspired by him, as were all who knew him. He had many extraordinary talents and was extremely well-known in the university through his dedication to teaching and his professional accomplishments."

      CHECK OUT THE OFFICIAL TRAILER FOR ‘SUPER MARIO BROS:' According to Variety, the official trailer for The Super Mario Bros Movie dropped on Tuesday (November 29th). Nintendo fans will be excited to see Seth Rogen's Donkey Kong and Anya Taylor-Joy's Princess Peach. The trailer also brings to life the "Rainbow Road" course from Mario Kart.

      A SURPRISING AMOUNT OF ‘WEDNESDAY' FANS DIDN'T KNOW CHRISTINA RICCI PLAYED ORIGINAL CHARACTER: People are loving the new Addam's Family spinoff Wednesday on Netflix—but some are just coming to realize that Christina Ricci, who plays Ms. Thornhill on the Tim Burton-directed series, starred as Wednesday in the original movies. "the woman who plays Ms. thornhill in ‘Wednesday' on netflix played wednesday addams in the movies from the 1990s! i thought that was so cool," one person wrote on Twitter. Another commented, "I can't believe some of y'all didn't realize that Ms. Thornhill is Christina Ricci, who played Wednesday Addams in the 90's?! Cause that was one of my fav things about it. Tim Burton is the man."

      ZOE SALDANA SAYS FIRST ‘AVATAR' MOVIE MADE HER ‘MORE AWARE' OF CLIMATE CHANGE: Zoe Saldana appeared on Good Morning America Monday (November 28th) and commented on her hopes for the highly anticipated Avatar sequel, The Way of Water. She also shared how the first movie changed her perspective on the environment when it debuted 13 years ago. "I hope it's well received because it was certainly special for me to be a part of it and to have worked with the people I've worked with to be aging with them growing with them in this industry the opportunities that it opened for me … But also the conversation that it started even for somebody like me about the environment," she said. "Up until Avatar, the very first Avatar, I had never really had those conversations with myself about being a little more aware about climate change and the environment and what we could do to be preventative."