"Bad Moms Christmas" and "This Is Us" star Justin Hartley has reportedly filed for divorce from his wife, Chrishell Stause, after just two years of marriage.
The This Is Us star officially filed for divorce at a courthouse in Los Angeles on Nov 22 citing "irreconcilable differences," E! News reported. The date of separation was listed as July 8, 2019, although the couple has made red carpet appearances together since then. Hartley also listed that he does not want to give her spousal support and asks that she pay for attorney costs.
The couple began dating in July of 2014 after Stause met Hartley through working with his ex-wife, Lindsay Korman, on the soap opera All My Children. The couple recently celebrated their second wedding anniversary this past October, though there were no social media posts honoring the milestone.
Neither Hartley or Stause have made any public statements on their breakup. The couple does not share any children together, Hartley has a teenage daughter, Isabella, from a previous relationship with Lindsay Korma.
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BTS have recently landed on the cover of the iconic Paper magazine's "Break the Internet" issue.
The group's members â Jin, RM, J-Hope, Suga, V, Jimin and Jungkook â sat down for an interview, in which they discussed everything from their loyal ARMY to the struggles of living together and the pressure to be perfect.
âSeven men with different values living together was not easy,â Suga explained. âIt was difficult for all of us to focus our thoughts on one single point, but looking back, they are all good memories.â
âThere was a time when we fought each other quite a bit because we all came from different backgrounds and our personalities were so different,â J-Hope added. âBut we were able to overcome that after frequently talking to each other and living together for a long time. We now know what each of us are thinking just by looking at each other.â
RM then opened up about maintaining a certain image for their fans and why it's so important for him to do well. "It would be untruthful if I said there was no pressure," he said. "Still, on stage I want to do really well."
Suga agreed with his BTS bandmate, adding, "I would not be telling the truth if I said thereâs no pressure. But what can you do? Pressure is also one part of life."
"I canât say we donât [feel pressure]. These days, I feel like I live with a sense of mission," J-Hope also admitted. "Rather than thinking, 'It has to be perfect!' I do what I have to do, making sure I remember the really important and fundamental things and trust that the results will follow."
You can check out BTS colorful Paper cover, below.
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Dua Lipa teased a potential collab with Miley Cyrus!
During an interview on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp, the Edge 40 Number 1 "Don't Start Now" hitmaker said she and Cyrus have definitely talked about releasing a song together. In fact, it's something they're thinking of doing very soon.
It's been rumored that the two singers were teaming up on a track called "Coldblood," however, Lipa did not confirm the name of the track, just the possibility that it'll happen.
"Potentially. Potentially," she said. "I’m a big fan of hers and she’s so lovely and yeah we’re thinking about doing something together in the near future."
Selena Gomez called the last two years "one of the worst chapters" of her life.
âIn a candid new interview with Syke on Air, the 27-year-old singer opened up about her new music and what inspired her to write the powerful breakup track "Lose You to Love Me."
âThough she doesn't bring up her relationships or ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber, she does refer to her past as a "s--tshow â and if you've been following her life in recent years, it's probably the most accurate way to describe what went down.
But after undergoing a kidney transplant and ending relationships with both the "Sorry" singer and The Weeknd, it's taught Gomez a lot and made her realize her experiences shaped her into the woman she is today.
"Everything that happened within two years was a s--tshow," she explained. "I was completely thrown all over the place. Work-wise I didn't know what I was gonna do but then personally stuff happened. I think that when I finally realized that I was ready to come back was when everything was released and when everything was gone and I finally felt like I had made it through one of the worst chapters of her life."
"It takes time for you to realize that you even lost your self," Gomez continued. "The girl that I was before I even entered any sort of relationship is the girl that I want to be but now I finally feel like I've got her â just a little bit more weathered and a little bit more experienced."
Check out Selena Gomez's full interview, below:
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If you haven't been on the internet this week, then let us fill you in.
Crazing on Twitter and Instagram, a new video nicknamed "Kids Bop Karen" has gone viral for all the expected reasons.
A woman stops her car in the middle of New York traffic and forces her head inside another vehicle. She screams curse words at the driver and his passenger. She tells them to “calm down.” Somehow, kid-friendly musical jams are pulled into the conversation.
And it’s all filmed from the back seat by 29-year-old Chelsea Klein.