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November 27, 2018

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Deals2018I am in no way a fan of the Kardashians, but I found this story particularly interesting...

Kim Kardashian says she was high on ecstasy when she filmed her infamous sex tape.

The 37-year-old television personality shared details about her "wild phase," including her sex tape with Ray J, on Sunday's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

"I got married on ecstasy. The first time," Kardashian told a surprised Kendall Jenner and Scott Disick, referencing her wedding to Damon Thomas in 2000.

"I did ecstasy once and I got married," she said. "I did it again, I made a sex tape. Like, everything bad would happen."

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star said she was "absolutely" on ecstasy when she shot her sex tape with Ray J in 2003. The tape went public in 2007, catapulting her to fame.

"Absolutely. Everyone knows it," she confirmed. "Like, my jaw was shaking the whole time."

Kardashian later said in a confessional shot that Jenner, 23, "has no clue" about the extent of her "wild" past.

"I definitely went through a wild phase, I would say in my late teens," the mom-of-three said, according to People. "I'm not like that anymore. But I still have fun -- don't get it twisted -- I'm always the life of the party."

Kardashian is parent to 5-year-old daughter North, 2-year-old son Saint and 10-month-old daughter Chicago with her husband, rapper and designer Kanye West. She shared a photo of a sweet moment between West and Chicago this month.

So, what I gather from these details that Kim has shared with the world is that she is not to blame for her behavior, it was the drugs, man! And second, I missed the ten year anniversary of her and Ray J's sex tape making its way to the public. Congrats, you crazy kids!

Be Well,
Steve


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'The Last Emperor' director Bernardo Bertolucci dead at 77

Filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci, best known for helming The Last Emperor and Last Tango in Paris, has died at the age of 77.

Bertolucci died Monday at his home in Rome following a battle with cancer, his publicist Flavia Schiavi confirmed to Variety and Deadline.

Bertolucci made his directorial debut with 1962's The Grim Reaper. He also helmed Before the Revolution, The Spider's Stratagem, 1900, The Sheltering Sky, Stealing Beauty, The Dreamers and The Conformist which earned him his first Academy Award nomination for Adapted Screenplay.

Bertolucci's last film, titled Io E Te (Me And You) based on a novel by Niccolo Ammaniti, was released in 2012.

The Last Emperor, released in 1987, won nine Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director. The film, starring John Lone and Joan Chen, was an adaptation of the autobiography of China's last imperial ruler, Pu Yi.

Bertolucci is survived by his wife, filmmaker Clare Peploe whom he married in 1978.

Beloved character dies in 'Walking Dead' mid-season finale - SPOILERS

Sunday's mid-season finale of The Walking Dead saw the demise of another beloved character.

Warning: spoilers ahead.

Hilltop leader Jesus (played by Tom Payne) was trying to save his friends Eugene (played by Josh McDermitt) and Aaron (played by Ross Marquand) from a particularly aggressive pack of walkers that appear able to speak.

Jesus was stabbed by a zombie that told him, "You are where you do not belong."

After the battle, latecomers Michonne (played by Danai Gurira) and Daryl (played by Norman Reedus) looked closer at the walkers they killed and realized they were actually humans wearing the skins of the undead.

Another major development in the show was the escape of Jeffrey Dean Morgan's villainous Negan. Imprisoned for murder for years, he slipped out of his cell during the night when the door was left unlocked.

A trailer for an upcoming episode implied he will return to his old stomping grounds at the Sanctuary compound.

Season 9 is to continue in February. The first half of the season also saw the departures of longtime cast members Andrew Lincoln and Lauren Cohan, who played Rick and Maggie respectively.

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Ella Mai wins big, Erykah Badu honored at 2018 Soul Train Awards

Ella Mai came out on top at the 2018 Soul Train Awards, taking home a leading three awards during the annual ceremony that also honored Erykah Badu.

Ella Mai won Song of the Year on Sunday for her track "Boo'd Up" over "Finesse (Remix)" by Bruno Mars featuring Cardi B, "Every Kind of Way" by H.E.R., "The Weekend" by SZA and "Come Over" by The Internet.

Mai also took home The Ashford and Simpson Songwriter's Award for "Boo'd Up" and Best R&B/Soul Female Artist over Beyonce, Mariah Carey, H.E.R. and SZA.

Other big winners included Bruno Mars who won Best R&B/Soul Male Artist and Video of the Year for "Finesse (Remix)" and Daniel Caesar who won Best New Artist and Best Collaboration Performance for "Best Part" featuring H.E.R.

Badu was honored with the Legend Award alongside Faith Evans who received the Lady of Soul Award. Badu, who also performed her song "Tyrone," thanked her mother during her acceptance speech.

"Mother, thank you for always telling me that I was the best no matter what happened. Sometimes I would get mad at you because so much was required of the best. And I would dim my light and you would come behind me and turn it back on every time," Badu said.

Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell hosted the event which was aired on BET. Evans, Carl Thomas, Koryn Hawthrone, Jon B., Donell Jones, Jacquees and Bell Biv Devoe also performed.

Greg Kinnear, Lesley Manville join Miss World film 'Misbehaviour'

Greg Kinnear and Lesley Manville are set to star in upcoming film Misbehaviour which will explore the true story of the 1970 Miss World contest.

Kinnear and Manville are set to portray Bob and Dolores Hope in the film, Deadline reported.

Bob Hope hosted the event which featured the newly created Women's Liberation Movement disrupting the popular beauty competition, stating it demeaned women. The contest is also famous for featuring the first black woman to be crowned Miss World, Miss Grenada, who beat out favorite Miss Sweden.

Kinnear and Manville joined the cast alongside Keeley Hawes, Rhys Ifans and Phyllis Logan. Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha Raw and Jessie Buckley were previously announced to be starring in the film.

Philippa Lowthorpe (Three Girls) is directing the film based on a script by Rebecca Frayn with revisions by Gaby Chiappe. Suzanne Mackie (The Crown) is producing with Sarah-Jane Wheale.

Production began Monday in London.


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Which cast member doesn't think a 'Friday Night Lights' movie will happen?

Connie Britton appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live and said she doesn't think a film based on television drama Friday Night Lights will happen.

"I think that the consensus is that they want to just let it lie," Britton said to host Andy Cohen on Sunday before explaining why she has since changed her mind on wanting a movie that would act as a sequel to the football series.

"I really do see how special it is to be able to end a series in that way, and it was just so beautifully done," she said. "I think we kind of did it."

Britton starred on Friday Night Lights as Tami Taylor, the wife of Kyle Chandler's Eric Taylor who was the head football coach for the Dillion High School Panthers. The pair appeared on all 76 episodes of the series which ran for five seasons on NBC from 2006 to 2011.

The television series hailed from Peter Berg who directed an unrelated high school football movie of the same name in 2004.

Britton previously said in 2013 on Watch What Happens Live that Chandler wasn't eager to star in a Friday Night Lights film.