The daily gossip: Khloé Kardashian admits Kim's Disneyland pictures were photoshopped, Jennifer Lopez details Ben Affleck's proposal, and more
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Khloé Kardashian inadvertently admits Kim's Disneyland pictures were photoshopped
It was the least magical photoshop on Earth. Last December, Kim Kardashian shared photos on Instagram allegedly of her daughter Chicago and Khloé Kardashian's daughter True at Disneyland. But the pictures looked weirdly fake, and fans quickly alleged True had actually been photoshopped into them. The prevailing theory was that True's face was edited onto Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi's body. This was just a theory for a while, but Khloé Kardashian just accidentally confirmed it. In a new Instagram video, she declared, "This is True's first time at Disneyland" — implying she wasn't there in December, meaning those pictures were, in fact, fake. Oh my god, she admit it! After the confession was pointed out, Kardashian simply tweeted, "Welllppp I f--ked this one up. Anyways….. let's focus on something else." No can do, we demand a Robert Mueller-style investigation into the matter. What did Kim know, and when did she know it?
Jennifer Lopez reveals Ben Affleck proposed while she was 'in the bubble bath'
Jennifer Lopez went into her bubble bath with a boyfriend, and she stepped out of it with a fiancé. Lopez has shared details of how Ben Affleck proposed to her for the second time, revealing it happened while she was "at my favorite place on Earth": "in the bubble bath." Affleck popped the question on a "quiet Saturday night at home," Lopez wrote in her newsletter, recalling "smiling and crying at the same time trying hard to get my head around the fact that after 20 years this was happening all over again." The "Jenny from the Block" singer confirmed last week she and Affleck are once again engaged. He first proposed in 2002, but they broke up before the wedding. For round two, the proposal was "nothing fancy" but still "the most romantic thing I could've ever imagined," Lopez wrote, describing them as "very lucky people" who "got a second chance at true love." Will the second time be the charm?
Gillian Anderson once had an 'intimate' encounter with Bill Clinton
In an alternate timeline, Bill Clinton was impeached over the "Gillian Anderson scandal." The X-Files star chatted with Jimmy Kimmel about once meeting former President Bill Clinton while he was running for office, recalling attending a lunch for him in Hollywood. She says she briefly met the soon-to-be president as he shook hands with guests. "He did the most miraculous thing in the world, that thing that he does where he shakes your hand and then he grabs your elbow at the same time," Anderson said. "He holds your arm further up, slightly intimate little thing, makes eye contact, then he moves on to the next person, then he looks back at you." In fact, Anderson revealed that after the encounter, she "literally thought that I was going to go home to a message from him." Clinton didn't end up calling, though Anderson didn't hold that against him come Election Day — and Kimmel quipped, "He's probably going to call now."
Viola Davis opens up about forgiving her abusive father
"Forgiveness is not pretty," Viola Davis says, and she would certainly know. The Oscar-winning actress opened up in a new People cover story about choosing to forgive her abusive father, whom she says regularly physically and emotionally abused her mother. Before his death from cancer in 2006, Davis says her father "changed," and "my mom said he apologized to her every single day." She reflected that her dad "did hurt me then," but "love and forgiveness can operate on the same plane as anger," she said, adding that her " legacy" is "forgiving my dad." Davis previously honored her late father when she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2017. "The only thing I could think about is my dad," she said. "I wish he were here."
What's going on with David Lynch's alleged secret movie?
Is David Lynch the new Andrew Garfield? Earlier this week, Variety sent Lynch fans into a tizzy by reporting the director has an unannounced film secretly premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, which would be a pretty massive deal considering the Twin Peaks co-creator hasn't directed a movie since 2006. But Lynch insists this isn't true, telling Entertainment Weekly, "It is not happening." He also denied the rumors in his daily weather report on Wednesday, claiming, "I don't have a film at the Cannes Film Festival this year." Still, some fans — fresh off of being falsely told that Andrew Garfield wasn't in Spider-Man: No Way Home — are convinced he's lying, especially because of his weird phrasing in the EW interview. "There is something new, but it's not mine," Lynch cryptically said. "I don't know whose it is." Our theory? Lynch doesn't have a new movie coming out, but he will make a surprise appearance in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness as Spider-Man.