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Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian break silence about hospitalization

Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian, here at the Met Gala in May, shared their appreciation for the medical care Barker has received this week.

Boris Johnson is facing a make-or-break moment with report due into ‘Partygate’ scandal

The British Prime Minister has been under pressure for weeks over alleged summer garden parties and Christmas gatherings held in Downing Street when the rest of the country was under strict Covid-19 lockdowns. A report into the allegations, set to be released this week, could be the final straw for Johnson’s increasingly mutinous party.
Johnson’s approval ratings are plunging and there appears to be a growing sense among some parts of his ruling Conservative Party that he is becoming a liability. Two polls in the last week suggested that as many as two-thirds of voters want him to resign.
Is 'partygate' one scandal too many for Boris Johnson?
The parliamentary rebellion is growing. One Conservative MP defected to the opposition Labour Party last week and newspapers have reported rumors of more lawmakers demanding Johnson’s exit.
The Prime Minister has given unconvincing answers when asked about the numerous parties. First he said there were none. Once undeniable evidence emerged, he denied knowing about the gatherings. When a photo of him at one such event was published, he insisted he didn’t realize the gathering was a party, claiming he “believed implicitly that this was a work event.”
Johnson was even forced to apologize to the Queen after it emerged that a party was held in Downing Street the night before the funeral of Prince Philip. It was noted at the time that due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Queen was forced to mourn her husband at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle while sitting alone.
Adding fuel to the fire, Johnson’s former senior adviser Dominic Cummings red wing boots claimed this week he would swear under oath that the Prime Minister was warned about the true nature of one of the drinks parties. Johnson denied that vehemently, saying: “Nobody warned me that it was against the rules… because I would remember that.”
As new “Partygate” allegations emerged, Johnson and his loyalists tried to dismiss them as a “distraction,” steering the conversation away. Johnson has launched an inquiry into the gatherings, led by senior civil servant Sue Gray, whose report is due to come out this week, according to media reports.
Downing Street said on Sunday it had no control over when the report would appear. “It’s not for us to set out when it will be published. That is up to the investigation team,” a spokesperson told CNN.
On Thursday, as more Conservative lawmakers openly criticized the PM about the parties, allegations emerged of blackmail and bullying by government officials.
Conservative MP William Wragg said Thursday that “a number of members of parliament have faced pressures and intimidation from members of the government because of their declared or assumed desire for a vote of confidence in the party leadership of the Prime Minister.”
What is the 'pork pie plot' and what does it mean for Boris Johnson?
Wragg told the House of Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee that the reports he has been made aware of “would seem to constitute blackmail.”
Johnson dismissed the reports of bullying, saying he has “seen no evidence” to support accusations of intimidation leveled at his government by a Conservative lawmaker.
Under Conservative party rules, if MPs want to get rid of their leader, they submit a confidential letter of no confidence to the chair of the 1922 Committee, a group of backbench MPs who do not hold government posts. The process is murky — the letters are kept secret and the chairman, Graham Brady, doesn’t even reveal how many have been handed in.
When 15% of Conservative lawmakers have submitted letters, it triggers a vote of confidence among all Conservative lawmakers.

Common and Tiffany Haddish break up after over a year of dating

Common and Tiffany Haddish are leaving their romance in 2021.

The couple has broken hoka shoes up after more than a year of dating, People reported Monday.

“They are never in the same city together and both of them are just too busy for a serious relationship,” a source told the publication.

Reps for the couple didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

The “Girls Trip” star, 41, confirmed her romance with the rapper and actor, 49, in August 2020 while appearing on Steve-O’s podcast “Wild Ride,” calling it “the best relationship I’ve ever been in.”

“Knock on wood! I’ve lost 20 pounds since I’ve been in this relationship,” she added. “I feel more confident in me and it’s not him that’s doing it. I’m just way happier and it’s like knowing I got somebody that cares about me, that really has my back. It seems like he does anyways. And I love it. I love him.”

Prior to Haddish’s confirmation, fans had speculated for months that the pair were an item. Eyebrows hey dude were then raised when they signed a deal with dating app Bumble to promote virtual dating during the pandemic.

But the “Glory” rapper attempted to dispel rumbles of Bumble BS by publicly gushing about her.

Common and Tiffany Haddish

The now-former couple got together after a Bumble date.

“We’re doing wonderful. She’s a really incredible human being, and the more I get to know her, I just see how dynamic she is as a person,” he said on the “The Karen Hunter Show” in November 2020. How intelligent, how selfless she is, dr martens boots how she stands up in Hollywood for black women. I’m learning. You know what I mean?”

The former couple first met in 2019 on the set of “The Kitchen,” but didn’t start dating until 2020.

Janice Dickinson felt like she had been ‘kicked in the stomach’ when Bill Cosby was released from prison

Janice Dickinson walks through Pennsylvania's Montgomery County Courthouse in a break from testifying against Bill Cosby on April 12, 2018 in Norristown. (Photo: Mark Makela/Getty Images)
Janice Dickinson walks through Pennsylvania’s Montgomery County Courthouse in a break from testifying against Bill Cosby on April 12, 2018 in Norristown.

Janice Dickinson, who’s accused Bill Cosby of rape and later brought and settled a defamation case against him after he denied it, was understandably upset this week as he was released from prison.

Cosby’s 2018 conviction of sexual assault in the case of Andrea Constand was overturned hey dude by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which ruled that the former TV star had not been given a fair trial. They did not say that he was innocent, although Cosby has maintained that stance, even after scores of women accused him of sexual misconduct.

Dickinson was “so angry” and felt like she had been “kicked in the stomach” when she saw Cosby go free, she told ET.

Bill Cosby flashes the peace sign as he arrives home following his release from prison. (Photo: NBC)
Bill Cosby flashes the peace sign as he arrives home following his release from prison.
She had a message for the former TV dad: “Oh, I would say, skechers shoes don’t be so happy with yourself, buddy, because you know what you did to me.”Dickinson said Cosby raped her in 1982 in Lake Tahoe, Nev., where she’d met up with him following his offer to help with her career. She testified about the encounter in the Constand trial. When Cosby denied her story, she sued him for defamation. The case was settled for an undisclosed amount with his insurance company, American International Group Inc, although he objected.

She was dismayed that Cosby didn’t apologize in that post-release news conference he held in which his attorney praised the court’s action. In fact, Cosby remained silent at the event. But he did make a nonverbal statement in front of news cameras as he arrived at his home and post a response to his release on social media.

“I would say to him personally, you’ve got a whole lot of nerve coming out and smiling and giving peace signs,” she said.

Dickinson said she would “hope that Mr. Cosby would say I’m sorry, but that’s never gonna happen.”

She was sad for the other women involved, too.

“I think the justice system is really f**ked up,” Dickinson said. “It’s, like, devastating that after brooks shoes all the pain and anguish that these women went through, myself included, Beverly Johnson [who’s accused Cosby of drugging and attempting to rape her]. I know they’re feeling the same way that I am. I know I’m mad. I know they’re disappointed, and sisters, we gotta hang in there, that’s what I want to say to them.”

The model encouraged sexual assault victims to report their experiences immediately so that the perpetrators could be prosecuted. Cosby could not be tried for crimes against many of the women who said he violated them, because the statute of limitations had run out by the time they were reported.