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The daily gossip: Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone break up after she turned 25, Kate Moss says Johnny Depp gave her a necklace that was in his butt, and more

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone break up after she turned 25

Sorry, Camila Morrone: You're officially too old for Leonardo DiCaprio. The Wolf of Wall Street star and his 25-year-old girlfriend, an actress and model, have broken up after four years together, People reports. They'd been dating since around early 2018, when Morrone would have been 20, and news of their split comes after she turned 25 this past June. If that number rings a bell, it may be because this sure seems to be the exact age at which a woman becomes too old for DiCaprio, a 47-year-old man, to date. In 2019, a Reddit user put together a chart showing the actor appears to have never dated a woman older than 25. Does he at least wait until they blow out the candles on their 25th birthday before abandoning them like Rose on the raft, or what? Either way, if anyone's spotted DiCaprio scoping out any college graduations this year, that might be why. 

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Kate Moss says Johnny Depp gave her a necklace that was in 'the crack of his a--'

Oh, you shouldn't have … you really, really shouldn't have. In a new British Vogue interview, Kate Moss shares a jaw-dropping anecdote about Johnny Depp pulling a gift out of his butt — literally. The two dated in the 1990s, and the model recalled Depp once giving her a diamond necklace, which were the "first diamonds I ever owned." He also "pulled them out of the crack of his a--." Uh, what? "We were going out for dinner and he said, 'I've got something in my bum. Can you have a look?'" Moss recalled. "And I was like, 'What?' And I put my hand down his trousers and I pulled out a diamond necklace." No, the necklace didn't immediately go in the trash. As Moss was telling this story, she was looking at a picture of herself wearing the necklace at an award show in 1995. It's a good thing they never got married; who knows where the wedding ring might have ended up first. 

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Dwayne Johnson brings his own food to restaurants

Can ya heat up what The Rock's been cooking? When Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson goes out to eat with friends at a restaurant, he brings his own meals, according to Stephen Merchant, who directed The Rock in Fighting with My Family. "He'll have to take his food to the restaurant and have them heat it up because it's such a structured diet that he has to have," Merchant said on SiriusXM's Jim Norton and Sam Roberts. Johnson is known for his rather strict diet and epic cheat meals, something Merchant observed firsthand. The comedian recalled meeting with The Rock in a hotel room before WrestleMania and noticing Johnson's alarm went off at the weirdly specific time of 3:17, indicating he had to eat a prepared meal from his fridge at that precise moment. With a diet that strict, when a waiter tries to tell The Rock what the specials are, he presumably shoots back, "It doesn't matter what your specials are!

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Nickelodeon producer Dan Schneider faces new misconduct allegations

It's always the ones you most suspect. Dan Schneider, creator of Nickelodeon hits like The Amanda Show and iCarly, is facing new misconduct allegations. According to Insider, in a gender-discrimination and hostile-workplace claim in 2000, an Amanda Show writer accused Schneider of "persistently requesting massages," making her uncomfortable. The report also says Schneider allegedly pressured a writer into simulating "being sodomized," hugged female crew members for long periods, and "openly stated he didn't like having female writers" and doesn't find women funny. Sources also told Insider they were disturbed by scenes in Schneider's scripts that were inappropriately sexual for a kids' show, including one where Jamie Lynn Spears is squirted in the face with goo, and he allegedly campaigned for "skimpier" outfits for the teenagers on Victorious. Victorious star Daniella Monet, in fact, says she reached out to Nick to voice concern a scene was too sexual to air, yet the network still broadcast it. Nickelodeon cut ties with Schneider in 2018. 

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DaBaby show canceled after barely anybody buys tickets

DaBaby definitely has something to go waaahhh about this week. The rapper's concert scheduled for Friday at the Smoothie King Arena in New Orleans has been canceled, seemingly because nobody planned to show up. According to NOLA.com, "only several hundred" tickets appeared to have been sold as of Tuesday morning, despite the show being scheduled for an area that holds 14,000 and despite tickets being available for as little as $35. Promoters said the concert was "postponed" and a replacement show would be put together that would "likely" still include DaBaby, but TicketMaster told the small group of ticket buyers that "the event organizer has had to cancel your event." DaBaby came under fire last year for homophobic comments he made at a music festival. But apparently, the opportunity to witness him getting canceled for the umpteenth time just wasn't enough of a draw. 

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