The daily gossip: Lana Del Rey's new music and book manuscript were stolen, Andy Dick reportedly arrested for stealing power tools, and more
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Lana Del Rey's backpack containing new music and book was stolen
Remember that feeling when your computer would crash before you'd saved your term paper in Microsoft Word? Well, multiply that by about a thousand, and you can understand what Lana Del Rey is going through. The singer has revealed someone broke into her car and stole her computer, three camcorders, and hard drives, on which she had new music and 200 pages of a book she was writing for Simon & Schuster. "I had to remotely wipe the computer that had my 200-page book," she said, noting she didn't have it backed up. "Despite that, people are still able this week to remotely access my phone and leak our songs and personal photos," she added, urging fans not to listen to any leaked music they might see online. Del Rey also explained she now has to "start over" on the book. Making matters worse? It turns out the project she was working on was ghostwriting The Winds of Winter. Oh well, back to page one!
Andy Dick reportedly arrested for stealing power tools
Andy Dick won't stand by and let Ezra Miller beat his record for most arrests. The comedian has been arrested in California for allegedly stealing power tools from someone's garage, and he's facing a felony burglary charge, TMZ reports. Police told the outlet that Dick allegedly "removed several power tools from a home under construction" on Oct. 13, and he was nabbed while trying to leave the property. The homeowner reportedly told police they don't even know him, but the comedian has now been charged with first-degree residential burglary and pleaded not guilty. He remains in jail a week after the incident. Dick recently posted a video on Instagram inside what he described as "my new house," which TMZ speculates may have been the scene of the crime. Dick has been arrested repeatedly over his career, most recently in May for alleged sexual battery, so he should expect a call from DC about starring in The Flash 2 any day now.
Ke Huy Quan tells the heartwarming story of his Harrison Ford reunion
Hold on to your potatoes and get ready for a tear-jerking reunion nearly 40 years in the making. Ke Huy Quan, who played Short Round in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, has shared the story of his recent reunion with Harrison Ford. Speaking with The New York Times' Kyle Buchanan, Quan recalled running into Ford at the D23 expo recently but being nervous that his former co-star wouldn't recognize him, as they hadn't seen each other in 38 years. As he approached, Quan recalled Ford had "that classic, famous, grumpy" look of his, so Quan feared he thought he was a fan. "But he looks and points at me and says, 'Are you Short Round?'" Quan recalled. "Immediately, I was transported back to 1984, when I was a little kid, and I said, 'Yes, Indy.' And he said, 'Come here,' and gave me a big hug." If Quan's Oscar campaign just involves repeatedly making us cry, he's really nailing it.
Emily Ratajkowski feels 'anger' and 'joy' amid divorce
Emily Ratajkowski is getting divorced, and she's feeling "all the emotions." The model chatted with Harper's Bazaar about her divorce from husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, who has been accused of cheating on her. "I can tell you that I have never been single before," she said, continuing, "I feel anger, sadness. I feel excitement. I feel joy. I feel levity. Every day is different. The only good thing I know is that I'm feeling all those things, which is nice because it makes me believe that I'll be okay." Ratajkowski was recently reported to have gone on "a few dates" with Brad Pitt, though she was recently spotted kissing DJ Orazio Rispo in New York City. She now tells Harper's Bazaar she has, indeed, "gone on dates" and that while she isn't on any dating apps, "give me time." We'll give Pete Davidson time to slide into her DMs, too; who doesn't see that one coming?
Sophie Turner seemingly shades fan who called Sansa Stark a villain
Sansa Stark took on Ramsay Bolton, and now she's ready to face an even more insidious threat: Twitter trolls. Sophie Turner has seemingly thrown shade at a tweet insinuating her Game of Thrones character was one of the show's biggest villains. A recent viral tweet praised the Thrones universe for its portrayal of "heartless and cruel villains" whose "downfall" we root for, and attached were pictures of Joffrey Baratheon, Ramsay Bolton, Aegon Targaryen, and … Sansa Stark. The person was probably just trolling by throwing someone who's obviously supposed to be a hero in there, leading to many angry replies and "Sansa Stark" becoming a Twitter trending topic. Amid all this, Turner took to Instagram to share an image, presented without comment, of Sansa wearing her crown as the Queen in the North in the series finale, as if to remind that person that no Sansa "downfall" ever occurred. Be careful out there, everyone. The night is dark and full of bad takes.