Plastic surgeons have been puzzling over the mysterious architecture of President Trump’s distinctive orange coiffure, after a strong gust of wind lifted Trump’s comb-over as he was filmed boarding Air Force One—exposing a large bald spot covering most of the back of his head. The video went viral on the internet and was the subject of much late-night talk-show humor. The president insists his hairstyle is all natural, but last week’s pictures appear to show an incision scar on the back of his scalp. His first wife, Ivana, has previously claimed Trump underwent scalp-reduction surgery in 1989—an outmoded process that involves cutting away bald scalp and stitching together the skin that still has hair. One plastic surgeon told TheDailyBeast.com that Trump’s scar was “very typical of a scalp reduction.” Others speculated that he has undergone multiple hair transplants and had follicles taken from the back and moved to the top and front.
Richard Pryor’s widow has confirmed claims that he and Marlon Brando were lovers, saying that the late comedian was bisexual and that she would publish his diaries to prove it. Music producer Quincy Jones said during a wild interview with New York magazine that Brando had also had sex with James Baldwin and Marvin Gaye. Jennifer Lee Pryor confirmed Jones’ account, telling TMZ.com, “It was the ’70s! If you did enough cocaine, you’d f--- a radiator and send it flowers in the morning.” Pryor’s daughter claims her “bottom feeder” stepmother made up the “faux news.”
Former Trump administration aide Omarosa Manigault Newman has been dishing the dirt on her time in the White House, telling her fellow Celebrity Big Brother contestants that she was “haunted by [Trump’s] tweets every single day” and would never vote for him again “in a million years.” The three-time Apprentice contestant was forced out of the White House in December, following a short stint at the Office of Public Liaison. Omarosa cried last week as she recalled being “attacked” by other aides when she tried to get access to Trump to advise him to stop tweeting. Asked if the nation should be concerned about this White House, she said, “It’s going to not be OK. It’s so bad.” ■