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Kate Upton seen for the first time after revealing she will not be cooperating with Guess's internal investigation of sexual harassment allegations. Kate Upton was seen for the first time after revealing she will not be cooperating with an internal investigation by Guess for alleged sexual harassment by co-founder Paul Marciano. The 25-year-old has accused the Guess co-founder of sexual harassment, and on Wednesday she announced would not be cooperating with the probe after claiming the company had hired Paul's own personal attorney to handle the investigation. Despite feeling 'disheartened' over the ongoing investigation, the model left her friend's Laguna Beach house on Thursday looking calm and collected in workout gear. The Michigan native traveled to Laguna Beach from her home in Houston to spend some quality time with her girlfriends.
'I'm better off a widow than a divorcee': Now Real Housewives Of Sydney star Lisa Oldfield, 43, says she WON'T divorce her former politician husband, 59, after their awkward I'm A Celebrity appearance. She shocked I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! viewers on Thursday night during a post-elimination interview when she admitted to considering divorcing her husband David. But now for the first time Real Housewives Of Sydney star Lisa Oldfield has gone back on her claim while speaking on The Kyle and Jackie O show. 'After I had my roast chicken dinner my first call was to my divorce lawyer. We actually decided I'm better off being a widow rather than a divorcee,' the 43-year-old said matter-of-factly. Lisa,Oldfield,,43,,WON'T,divorce,her,former,husband,David,Lisa Oldfield, 43, WON'T divorce her former husband David
Again? Married At First Sight appears to suffer ANOTHER editing fail during that man-to-man chat between Dean and Telv after a slew of continuity errors. First it was Davina and Ryan's position on the commitment ceremony couch, followed by a continuity error with Patrick's T-shirt. And it seems Married At First Sight has hit the trifecta with its editing fails, with another mistake noticed by fans this week. Keen viewers of the show have taken to Twitter to point out the switch in sitting positions between Dean and Telv, during their sit down chat on Wednesday night's episode.
'I've always stayed with it': Dennis Quaid, 63, reveals the key to staying in shape... and says he cycles and practices yoga regularly. He's hardly aged during his years in Hollywood. Dennis Quaid looks fit at 63-years-old thanks to maintaining a serious workout regimen that includes cycling and yoga. The Houston-born star, who is currently in New York City promoting his new film I Can Only Imagine, admits in an interview with Men's Health that advice from a wise older man when he was in his 20's helped get him down the right path early on.
Chuck Norris files $30M lawsuit against CBS and Sony for Walker, Texas Ranger profits.
Chuck Norris filed a $30M breach-of-contract lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday against CBS and Sony Pictures Television for alleged missing profits from his hit nineties TV show Walker, Texas Ranger.
According to Deadline, the Oklahoma-born action star - turning 78 next month - claimed CBS hasn't paid him his contracted '23 percent cut' of streaming video-on-demand revenue for the crime series since 2004.
'Defendants have rejected, ignored, and failed to consider offers from third parties who were willing to pay a premium license fee for Walker, because Defendants preferred to self-deal by negotiating special licensing deals, with minimal fees, with their own networks,' the legal documents stated.