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The Twitterverse took issue with Kate Hudson being announced as the new ambassador for WW, aka Weight Watchers. She got some hate for not being a good role model for weight loss, since she’s been in shape most of her life (event throughout her pregnancies). Now, the actress has spoken out to defend her role. Since the company has now rebranded itself with the tagline “Wellness That Works,” Kate noted that she didn’t team up with WW with the goal of only losing weight from her most recent pregnancy. Instead, she said she wants to “stay healthy, focused, and balanced,” especially after “having three babies.” Kate also said that the company is “a community for people to understand their health better, holistically.” “To me, [WW] is all about support,” she added, along with, “You always need a support system, whether it be a trainer, a best friend an app.”

Speaking of diets, Chris Pratt is taking part in a new diet trend called the Daniel Fast. It’s a 21-day program that involves praying and fasting. Basically, you can only drink water and eat foods grown from seeds – that includes any form of vegetable, fruit, grains, legumes and nuts, along with healthy oils like canola, olive and peanut. Meat, animal and dairy products aren’t allowed, as well as deep fried foods and sweeteners. According to the Daniel Fast website, it’s based on “the fasting experiences of the Old Testament Prophet.” Chris joked that he will “probably be hallucinating” by the time he starts doing the press rounds for the “Lego Movie 2,” which will coincide with his fasting schedule. That outta be interesting.

We’ve been keeping you up to date on all the rumors surrounding Meghan Markle. Between the drama and being pregnant, it’s easy to guess that Meghan is seriously stressed. It’s starting to weight on Prince Harry, too. According to Us Weekly, Harry just wishes that he could do something to help Meghan as she’s bombarded with negative headlines. In fact, he’ has apparently wanted to make public statements addressing the rumors “but was advised not to.” “[Harry] takes any attack on Meghan very personally,” a Royal insider adds. “Marrying into the Royal family isn’t anywhere near as glamorous as it seems, so in a lot of ways Harry feels responsible for Meghan being so miserable.”

Gwyneth Paltrow admits to embarrassing her teenage daughter, Apple Martin. Speaking on “The Rachael Ray Show,” Gwyneth said, “Like I am the most embarrassing person all of a sudden – no, it’s been like a couple good years that I’ve been the most embarrassing person. If I do anything silly at all in public, the color drains from her face – any silly jokes, or if I dance in a store, God forbid, she’s like ‘Mom.’” Kids – when will they realize that we’re put here on this earth to embarrass them?


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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…