The daily gossip: Instagram model alleges she had an affair with Adam Levine, Grimes fans think she went through with getting elf ear surgery, and more
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Instagram model alleges she had an affair with Adam Levine
Adam Levine should have been a bit more specific when he said that "she" will be loved. Sumner Stroh, an Instagram model, has alleged she had an affair with Maroon 5 singer Levine for a year while he was married … and that he wanted to name his baby after her. "At the time, I was young, I was naive, and quite frankly, I feel exploited," she said on TikTok. Levine is married to Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo, who confirmed is pregnant with their third child together just a few days ago. As proof of the alleged affair, Stroh shared screenshots of DMs allegedly from Levine, one of which says, "It is truly unreal how f--king hot you are." She claims that after she stopped talking to Levine, he "came back into my life" by messaging her, "I'm having another baby and if it's [a] boy I really wanna name it Sumner. You ok with that?" So much for having moves like Jagger…
Did Grimes get elf ear surgery?
Is Grimes looking for an invite to Valinor? The singer has her fans wondering whether she received "elf ear surgery" after ex-boyfriend Elon Musk urged her not to. On Twitter, Grimes shared a photo of herself with her face bandaged, declaring, "I did smthn crazy!" She provided no other details to explain this ominous statement. But it came weeks after Grimes revealed she was considering receiving "elf ear mods," e.g. undergoing surgery to modify her ears to look like an elf's. "Im scared about ear cartilage having a hard time healing," she tweeted at the time, but when a fan directed her to someone who does elf ear surgery, she said, "Ugh but legit they looks so amazing." Over the weekend, Grimes also said she finished her latest album "in the plastic surgery clinic," though who knows if we'll be able to truly appreciate it with our puny human ears.
Sandra Oh went to the queen's funeral
More than one queen is making headlines today. Sandra Oh fans who tuned into Queen Elizabeth II's funeral on Monday were surprised to find the Killing Eve star in attendance — and not because she heard Villanelle was planning to crash it. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently named the Ontario-born actress to the official Canadian delegation, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Yeah, not a lot of people know this, but "O[h] Canada" is actually about her. Oh scored the invite because earlier this year, she was named an officer of the Order of Canada in honor of "her artistic career filled with memorable stage, television, and film roles in Canada and abroad," and she was spotted in the procession at Westminster Abbey, wearing a black hat. We're just going to assume those massive crowds in the U.K. were actually Killing Eve viewers, lining up to demand Oh shoot a new ending.
Kanye West claims to have never read a book
Kanye West and Lea Michele have more in common than we thought. On the "Alo Mind Full" podcast, Kanye West claimed he has never read a book in his life, which, yeah, checks out. "I actually haven't read any book," West said. "Reading is like eating Brussels sprouts for me, and talking is like getting the Giorgio Baldi corn ravioli." This is coming from the same Kanye West who recently opened his own private school called Donda Academy, which a Rolling Stone report said is making families sign non-disclosure agreements and is being run by a 28-year-old who has never held a position as an educator. Other highlights from West's nearly incomprehensible interview included his declaration that he wants to outlaw stairs and that "Star Wars is my college. I spent way more hours in Star Wars than I spent in college." Presumably, that book-burning scene in The Last Jedi is his favorite part.
Ezra Miller reportedly refers to themself 'as Jesus and the devil'
Unfortunately, we still need to talk about Ezra Miller. Vanity Fair is out with the latest exposé of the embattled Flash star, which includes bizarre new details about their alleged "messiah" delusions. The report says Miller "referred to themself alternately as Jesus and the devil," and one source recalled Miller "claiming that the Flash is the one who brings the multiverses together just like Jesus." The piece also alleges Miller has an altar that's "home to bullets, weed, sage, and Flash figurines," and a friend told Vanity Fair, "A lot of times [they make] the women put their cell phones on the altar when they come in, and other offerings." The friend added, "Ezra freaked out recently … demanding that Susan Sarandon come pay tribute to [their] altar because she didn't invite Ezra to a dinner party." Our theory that Miller has cast a spell on the heads of Warner Bros. compelling them to not cancel The Flash is looking increasingly likely.