The daily gossip: Jason Sudeikis reportedly threw himself under Olivia Wilde's car, Billie Eilish may be dating 31-year-old Jesse Rutherford, and more
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Jason Sudeikis threw himself under Olivia Wilde's car amid split, ex-nanny says
Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde's car crash break-up now involves an actual car. The couple's former nanny has given a brutally detailed interview to the Daily Mail about their split, claiming Sudeikis once threw himself under Wilde's car. The nanny describes Sudeikis as being completely distraught after he read messages on Wilde's Apple Watch and discovered his fiancée was "f--king someone else," and he claimed Wilde "put the move on" Harry Styles and kissed him during a cast dinner. According to the nanny, after Wilde broke up with Sudeikis in November 2020, the Ted Lasso star became furious about her making salad for Styles with her "special dressing." So he allegedly "went outside and lay under her car so she wouldn't leave," saying "he was doing it on purpose to make her late going to see Harry," and Wilde supposedly told him, "I'm scared of you, Jason." Wilde has insisted her relationship with Sudeikis was "over long before" she met Styles.
Billie Eilish may be dating 31-year-old Jesse Rutherford
Billie Eilish may have a new man in her life, and fans aren't feeling happier than ever about it. The "Bad Guy" singer was spotted at dinner with The Neighbourhood lead vocalist Jesse Rutherford, and according to TMZ, "there was some PDA" between them, including "smooches in between bites." The two were also seen holding hands at Halloween Horror Nights in a viral TikTok. But Eilish's fans haven't exactly warmly embraced the rumored relationship, largely due to the 11-year age gap; she's 20 and he's 31. It also appears Eilish and Rutherford have known each other since she was underage. "There literally can be nothing good going on there," one tweet said. "Absolutely nothing." Hey, careful what you wish for: If they break up, Leonardo DiCaprio may be next.
Drew Barrymore hasn't been in an 'intimate relationship' since 2016
Drew Barrymore would like to refute the rumor that she hates sex — though she isn't exactly clamoring for it, either. In an essay on her blog, Barrymore expanded on her recent comments that she could go years without sex, revealing she has "not been able to have an intimate relationship" since her marriage to Will Kopelman ended in 2016. "I am just in a completely different place in my life and maybe in the near future I will get into a relationship … but it simply hasn't been my priority," she wrote, noting her priority has instead been her two daughters. "A relationship with a man has not been top of mind for me for a very long time," she adds, noting she's "not a person who needs sex," though she stresses, "For the record, I do not hate sex!" Besides, once you've gone on 50 first dates, that may be enough for one lifetime.
Did Rihanna record new music for 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'?
She's got Vibranium on the brain. Rumors have emerged that Rihanna could be making a return to music by recording multiple songs for the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack. A report from Hits Daily Double claimed Rihanna has recorded not one, but two songs for the Marvel movie. The New York Times writer Kyle Buchanan then backed this up, tweeting, "I've been hearing for weeks that Rihanna is recording the end-credits song for" the film, noting this would be her "first big song in years." The original Black Panther included the end credits song "All the Stars" by Kendrick Lamar and SZA, which went on to earn an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song. Rihanna's involvement in the film is still just a rumor, but it would make sense considering she's headlining the Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2023 — and the fact that Wakanda Forever already has a character named Riri in it probably doesn't hurt.
Ezra Miller pleads not guilty to burglary charges while facing over 20 years in prison
Is DC set to open a summer blockbuster starring an actor who's in prison when it comes out? The Flash star Ezra Miller made a virtual appearance in Bennington Superior Court on Monday to plead not guilty to burglary charges. In August, Miller was charged with felony burglary and petit larceny after allegedly stealing alcohol from a home. "Several bottles of alcohol were taken from within the residence while the homeowners were not present," police previously said. "Ezra would like to acknowledge the love and support they have received from their family and friends, who continue to be a vital presence in their ongoing mental health," Miller's attorney said Monday, noting the actor has accepted the "court-imposed conditions of not contacting or entering the home of the inhabitants." If convicted on these charges, Miller could face up to 26 years in prison, which is also about as long as it will probably take DC to figure out how to reboot Superman.