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    • WANDA SYKES ROASTS SCOTT BAIO FOR SLAMMING BIDEN AND DEFENDING BARR

      Wanda Sykes and Scott Baio are going at it on Twitter after the Charles in Charge star slammed her for defending Joe Biden's "you ain't black" remarks.

      He wrote: "Hey @iamwandasykes why is it okay for @JoeBiden to say something clearly racist but @therealroseanne gets kicked off of her own show that YOU are a writer on, for making a mistake?" Baio tweeted. "Is it because you're a full of s–t, hack liberal?"

      Baio was referring to Sykes defending Biden who said that anyone who would vote for President Trump "ain't black."

      "Biden feels at home speaking to the Black community. He made a joke. Comedy ain't easy, but he didn't say 2 go shoot Clorox in our tits," Sykes wrote.

      Later, she shared her thoughts on the difference between Barr and Biden's comments, writing that the former vice president "didn't say, 'Then you ain't an ape.'" She then quipped that she had to "get back to work," and wished him luck in "whatever it is" he does.

    • SCOTT DISICK PARTIES WITH KARDASHIAN CREW AFTER RUMORED SPLIT FROM SOFIA RICHIE

      Scott Disick celebrated his 37th birthday after reportedly breaking up with longtime love Sofia Richie. The pair were together for three years.

      Almost immediately, fans slammed the Kardashians and Scott for ignoring social distancing rules in L.A. Per The Daily Mail, Khloe hit up Instagram comments in response, writing: "we know how they have been quarantined and there's less than 10 people with us...It's literally what the governor states is perfectly OK to do in the state of CA."

      She added, "Not even trying to be rude. Drives me wild when people act as if they know. Of course we want to protect ourselves. Simply for the sake of our angels, not to mention our own health. But it's human nature I guess."

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      Sofia, meanwhile, is hoping to make a name for herself … away from Scott, and fears that her career has been too connected to his name. A source tells Us Weekly: "There's always been a bit of tension with Sofia not wanting to be defined by her dad's Lionel Richie career or her relationship with Scott. She's been trying to separate herself more from Scott career-wise as well and pave her own way."

      Before their split, Sofia had an interview with Cosmo UK (it published Thursday). She said of their 16-year age difference:"I just don't care what people think. It doesn't bother me because I'm very happy. Why would I let someone from the middle of nowhere ruin that for me?"

      She added that she gets on with Kourtney, Scott's ex, with whom he shares 3 kids: "I mean, just be nice. There's no reason not to be nice."

    • GARY BUSEY DIED AND THEN CAME BACK?

      Gary Busey had a near-death experience that changed his conception of reality, he tells The Guardian. In the interview, the 75-year-old recounts a 1988 motorcycle crash that he says ended his life. (Until he returned).

      Busey explains: "I had an accident on a Harley-Davidson. I went off the bike without a helmet, hit my head into a curb, split my skull, passed away after brain surgery and went to the other side -- the spiritual realm where I got information. And I came back, and these messages, these definitions, came to me first class. I'll think of a word and write the word down without thinking."

      Examples: "faith," which he says stands for "Fantastic, Adventurous in Trusting Him" and "hope," which, to him, means "Heavenly Offerings Prevail Eternally."

      So what was the other side like? Busey says he was "surrounded by angels" with "balls of light floating all around me."

      He adds: "I felt trust, love, protection and happiness like you cannot feel on Earth. It's the feeling the angels live in. Three angels came up to me... I was a quarter of an inch wide and one foot long. That is your soul, and your soul is housed in the column of your spine."

      Busey continues: "Three balls of light came up to me and talked to me. The one on the left talked to me in an androgynous voice and said the direction I was going in was good, but because of my responsibility to mankind I had to look for helping spirits around."

      Busey says that the power that be gave him the option of going or staying.

      "Every time he spoke, I felt so loved, like a little baby in the arms of his brother, so when you hear the truth over there you do it. And the word truth stands for Taking Real Understanding To Heart. That is the truth of your essence and your soul," he says. "The truth told me I wasn't finished over here on Earth. When you feel the truth, BOOM! You go for it. The truth is the strongest ordnance you have in your body, your mind, your soul and your being."

    • PAMELA ANDERSON SAYS SHE NEVER MARRIED JON PETERS

      Pamela Anderson never married Jon Peters, she tells The New York Times.

      The 52-year-old Baywatch star made headlines in January with reports that she and Peters secretly married in a private Malibu ceremony. A few weeks later, reports of their split emerged. In a public statement at the time, she said: "I have been moved by the warm reception to Jon and my union. We would be very grateful for your support as we take some time apart to re-evaluate what we want from life and from one another."

      Now, she's telling the Times: "I wasn't married. No... I'm a romantic. I think I'm an easy target. And I think people just live in fear... I don't know what all that was about, but I think fear really played a lot into it."

      She continues, "It was just kind of a little moment. A moment that came and went, but there was no wedding, there was no marriage, there was no anything. It's like it never even happened. That sounds bizarre... But that's it."

      She also expands upon what she meant by a "moment."

      Anderson says: "I was in India... and I'd been gone for three weeks in this ayurvedic center, meditating, just so clear. I came back and VWOOM, within 24 hours, I saw Jon. It was like this little whirlwind thing, and it was over really quick, and it was nothing. Nothing physical. It's just a friendship."

      The pair, she adds, are no longer in touch.

    • CELEBRITY GOSSIP

      PRINCE WILLIAM EXPLAINS TRICK TO OVERCOME ANXIETY: Even Prince William gets nerves before speaking in public. The royal dad says in the BBC doc Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health, "My eyesight started to tail off a little bit as I got older, and I didn't use to wear contacts when I was working, so actually when I gave speeches I couldn't see anyone's face. And it helps, because it's just a blur of faces and because you can't see anyone looking at you — I can see enough to read the paper and stuff like that — but I couldn't actually see the whole room. And actually that really helps with my anxiety."

      MYKA STAUFFER PROVOKES OUTRAGE OVER REHOMED SON: Fans are calling on YouTube to pull some of Myka Stauffer's content over her decision to "rehome" their adopted son Huxley, whom they adopted two-and-a-half years ago. The 4-year-old was diagnosed with autism. "Once Huxley came home, there was a lot more special needs that we weren't aware of, and that we were not told," James said in a video shared on Tuesday. "For us, it's been really hard hearing from the medical professionals, a lot of their feedback, and things that have been upsetting," he continued. "We've never wanted to be in this position. And we've been trying to get his needs met and help him out as much as possible ... we truly love him."

      WONDER WOMAN GIVES THANKS: Gal Gadot appeared on Good Morning America, and while there, surprised a group of healthcare workers toiling on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis. Erin Cavanagh and her team at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, don superhero costumes every day to give their patients and extra dose of hope. "As a team, there's a lot of superheroes here!" said Cavanagh, who then explained why Wonder Woman is her ultimate superhero. "She believes in people. She believes in love, she saves people when people can't save themselves. She's the strongest chick I know." Via Zoom, Gadot said: "You are the real heroes, let's just make that clear. Thank you, I salute you. Everything that you do is the real deal. You're risking your lives for other people, I get emotional thinking about it."

      JINGER DUGGAR VUOLO IS PREGNANT: Jinger Duggar Vuolo is expecting a baby girl after suffering a miscarriage with her husband Jeremy Vuolo. The Counting On star told People: "We are so excited. Felicity is going to have to have a sister. Everything looks great with the baby. We're so thankful. Had a lot of check-ups and we're just really, really excited." They suffered a miscarriage last fall.

    • INDUSTRY NEWS

      HENRY CAVILL IN TALKS TO RETURN AS SUPERMAN: Henry Cavill isn't hanging up his Superman cape, Variety reports. Sources say he is in talks to return as Clark Kent in an upcoming DC Comics movie.

      STAR WARS VR EXPERIENCE COMING: Disney is hoping to bring Star Wars fans back to its theme parks once they reopen. The project, "Star Wars: Tales From the Galaxy's Edge," is under development in collaboration with Facebook's Oculus Studios. With the new virtual-reality experience, "our guests can immerse themselves in these stories both inside and outside our parks," said Scott Trowbridge, Walt Disney Imagineering creative executive.

      EXPECTING AMY TRAILER DROPS: Fans of Amy Schumer haven't seen her more emotional side, but Expecting Amy will deliver a tearier side to the 38-year-old comic. In a trailer for the HBO Max documentary special, she cries, saying: "I found out two days ago that I'm pregnant. I'm just so excited." She also shares insight into her marriage to Chris Fischer. "Chris really takes care of me," Schumer says, smiling backstage at one of her shows. She's later shown exhausted, jokingly telling her husband, "I need you to do my act."

      HUNGER GAMES PREQUEL SELLS BIG: Suzanne Collins' The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, released last Tuesday, has already sold more than 500,000 copies, according to the publisher Scholastic. The story serves as a prequel to the Hunger Games series, which last published a decade ago.

    • MEGHAN MARKLE AND PRINCE HARRY REPORT DRONE FLYBYS TO LAPD

      Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are staying in Tyler Perry's $18 million home mansion while they look for a permanent home in L.A. But they are running into security issues despite the privacy such a hefty price-tag generally commands.

      First, reports of them erecting "privacy screens" to protect peepers emerged. Now, they are reportedly calling the LAPD after dealing with "unimaginable" levels of intrusion thanks to drones flying over their home taking photos of them and their son Archie.

      A source tells the Daily Beast: "They see these drones coming in at them, and they guess that they are being operated by photographers, but they can't just assume that. Meghan received racist death threats at the time of her wedding, so the terror threat is very real for them. But, aside from that, imagine if you were in their shoes facing that, how that would feel? To have drones buzzing around 20 feet above your head when you are trying to play with your son?"

      In May so far, they reported five incidents, the last one on Memorial Day, when they were trying to play with Archie in the pool.

      "It's like people forget they are real people," the source says. "But this is a real family. They are not asking for any special treatment; they are just asking for the safety and security we all expect in our own homes to be respected."