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As we previously told you, reports claim Ariana Grande and “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson are engaged, and now it seems as though Ari has confirmed the news. After a fan tweeted at Ari, “I hope he knows he is maRRYING US AS WELL,” referring to her fans, she replied “HAHAHAHAHAHH HES BEEN BRIEFED,” which many are taking as her confirmation of the happy news. Another possible confirmation? Well, a Twitter exchange with “Havana” singer Camila Cabello may have done it. Seems Ariana and Camila have been known to call each other “wife” on social media, and after news of the engagement hit, Ari tweeted at her, “we need to talk @camila_cabello.” Camila respondd with some crying emojis, writing, “KEEP THE RING, IM TAKING THE CANNOLIS (who’s keeping the dogs tho?),” with Ari than adding, “u keep the kids I’LL be keeping the cannolis @camila_cabello thank you.” Meanwhile, just hours after the news of their engagement hit the press, Ari and Pete hit up Disneyland in Anaheim, and Ari was photographed wearing what is assumed to be her engagement ring, which features a huge pair-shaped diamond. Sources say Pete spent $93,000 for the engagement ring, which features a 3.03 carat diamond set in platinum. The piece was commissioned by NYC jeweler Greg Yuna and was designed especially for Ari, taking two weeks to complete.

After months of rumors and accusations, Paul Marciano is stepping down as the executive chairperson at Guess after the company paid over $500,000 to five people who accused him of sexual misconduct. While the most vocal of his accusers was Kate Upton, it’s not clear if she was part of the settlement. According to the paperwork filed by Guess, Marciano resigned on Monday. In order to make a smooth transition, the company will keep him on as the Chief Creative Officer until January with his full pay. As for the settlements with the accusers, they were apparently reached after a review of the allegations. Company officials say they interviewed more than 40 people and examined more than a million pages of documents and emails along the way. In the end, the company’s Special Committee found that Paul used “poor judgment” in the way he dealt with models and photographers and that he put himself in situations where it was “plausible” that he’d be accused of misconduct. Doesn’t really sound like they’re totally admitting to any acual wrongdoing of sexual misconduct, specifically.

We know things have been pretty ugly in the Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie custody case, but it looks like the judge is stepping in. He’s made new orders in the case that allow Brad to see the kids more often. If Angie doesn’t comply, she can say goodbye to primary physical custody of their six kids. According to TMZ, the judge feels it would be “harmful” to continue to restrict Brad’s access to the kids. That’s why the judge has now incorporated a new cell phone policy, which allows Brad to text and call any of his kids whenever he wants, without Angelina monitoring the messages. Brad will reportedly be on a new summer schedule with the kids as well. Brad will take a trip in mid-June to London to spend 10 days with the kids on a rotational schedule. Beginning late June, he’ll get to spend 10-hours a day with his kids and also from early to mid July. He’ll also get the kids for four days straight. Brad isn’t getting off that easy, though. A child psychologist will be present when he visits the kids across the pond, and when they visit California, he has to make sure they see their doctors. While on that trip, Angelina can only call once a day. Their 16-year-old son Maddox is the only child that gets to choose how he spends time with Brad.

Bachelor Nation was a bit shook when Becca Kufrin’s early favorite Clay Harbor left on his own terms on Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelorette.” Clay suffered a wrist injury during a game of football on the show and had to go to the ER. As it turns out, he needed surgery on that wrist, and since professional football is his livelihood, he decided to exit the show and get the help he needs. Becca was heartbroken, and Clay wasn’t too happy with the decision, either. He took to Twitter to explain his feelings; “I want to thank everyone for the love and support! Definitely the hardest decision I’ve ever made, but I believe everything happens for a reason. I am working hard to get back on the field and turn this negative into a positive.” He went on to thank “The Bachelorette” for the opportunity and said, “In hindsight, I don’t regret my decision to come on and would gladly give my wrist for a chance at love.” Just to be clear, the show was filmed months ago, and Clay has since had the surgery and went through “tough rehab.” He’s “looking forward to finding a team” and getting back to NFL Sundays. And at the time that statement was released, he has since played three seasons with two pro teams. Just kidding. It was one. Just kidding again. I can’t keep track of the timeline of this show.


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Basketball got real dangerous real fast for “If Beale Street Could Talk” actress Regina King. She was watching the Knicks vs. Philadelphia 76ers at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, when Joel Embiid, a 7-foot, 250-pound player, leaped over her head to stop a ball from going out of bounds. Watching it unfold in slow-motion, you…

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We’ve been telling you that Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have renewed their friendship, that their past is now behind them, especially because Brad supposedly “asked for Jen’s forgiveness a long time ago.” Now, we know what that was about. According to Us Weekly, Brad regrets the way he handled the divorce, which at the…

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Now that Jussie Smollett has spoken his truth on Good Morning America, Chicago police have confirmed that they’re talking to two persons of interest in connection with the alleged attack on the “Empire” star. But from what we hear, \ police are looking into whether he and the two men staged the attack because of…

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Here’s some bad news for “This Is Us” fans. The show may be ending sooner than you think. In a new interview, showrunners Isaak Aptaker and Dan Fogelman imply that “This Is Us” could end after its sixth season. It just wasn’t meant to go on and on “endlessly,” since Fogelman says that they’ve kept…