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      A&E's new docuseries, Secrets of Playboy, is shining a light on what really happened during Hugh Hefner's time at the Playboy Mansion. The show airs on Monday night (January 24th), but a sneak peek of the 10-part docuseries shows that Hefner allegedly "had tapes on everyone," and that he often created them without consent.

      Former Playmate Sondra Theodore, who dated Hefner from 1976 to 1981, said Hefner had two TVs in his bedroom, which mirrored what he was recording. "The first time I looked up at the two screens he had for the TV in the bedroom and I realized it was me, I'm like 'Woah, what are you doing?'" Theodore said.

      She added that when others asked Hefner not to record, he'd pretend to turn the camera off. "A week later, a couple days later, all of sudden there's the tape. So he did it anyway. He had tapes on everyone," Theodore said.

      Hefner's valet from 1978 to 1981, Stefan Tenenbaum, confirmed Theodore's statement. "Hefner taped everything in his bedroom and many men and stars and athletes came into the bedroom and had sex with these girls," Tenenbaum said. "Many of the girls were devastated after what they were expected to do, what they were forced to do. Well can you imagine, after he had all these tapes of you having sex with different girls, what power he had over these men?"

      Secrets of Playboy premieres Monday (January 24th) at 9 p.m. ET on A&E.


      TMZ obtained legal documents regarding Friday Night Lights star Garrett Hedlund's arrest for public intoxication Saturday night (January 22nd).

      A man called the cops on Hedlund Saturday (January 22nd), claiming that the actor tried jumping out of a car earlier in the day. The man also said Hedlund kicked him and swung at him.

      Police say that they got a call around 10:30 p.m. with regard to Hedlund banging on the back door of a building. When they arrived, Hedlund "reeked of booze, slurred his speech and didn't follow the officers' commands." He was then placed under arrest for public intoxication.

      All this came just one day after it was announced that Hedlund and Emma Roberts had broken up. Hedlund is also being sued for a car accident that occurred before his January 2020 DUI arrest.


      62-year-old actress Emma Thompson bares it all in her new film Good Luck to You, Leo Grande. Thompson plays Nancy Stokes in the film, a "widow yearning for some adventure, human connections and good sex."

      Sharing her experience during a Cinema Café livestream recently for the Sundance Film Festival, Thompson said that in one scene, her character "stands in front a mirror alone and she drops her robe."

      "It's very challenging to be nude at 62," she continued. "This thing of having to be thin is still the same as it ever was and actually, in some ways, I think it's worse now."

      Thompson added that being in her sixties actually helped the situation. "I don't think I could've done it before the age that I am. And yet, of course, the age that I am makes it extremely challenging because we aren't used to seeing untreated bodies on the screen."


      Jennifer Garner whipped up a sweet surprise for the doctors and nurses at the LAC+USC Medical Center's Department of Emergency Medicine. The 13 Going on 30 actress posted a video of herself delivering cookies to hospital workers to thank them for their service.

      Garner captioned the post, "#FirstResponders are still in the thick of it and miles past burn out. We see you and appreciate you! (Thank you, #LACUSC Emergency Med!)"

      In the video, Garner bakes and wraps cookies, puts them in a basket, and then delivers them to hospital staff herself. She apologizes for interrupting them and says, "I appreciate you," before taking a group photo.


      Kim Kardashian posted an Instagram tribute to the late fashion designer, Thierry Mugler, who passed away unexpectedly this weekend. He was 73 years old.

      Mugler designed several stunning looks for Kardashian over the years, which she features in a collection of photos. Along with a broken heart emoji, Kardashian wrote, "Manfred Thierry Mugler, My heart breaks. There's no one like you! Your vision, your transformations, your magic! I am so honored to have known you, spent time with you and be a muse for you."

      "I will never forget our time together around the world and learning from the master himself on what couture really meant!" she continued.

      Kardashian concluded her post by expressing her love for Mugler and added that he "always said beauty will save the world."


      BACHELOR IN PARADISE'S MAURISSA GUNN AND RILEY CHRISTIAN ANNOUNCE BREAKUP: In a statement released to People, Bachelor in Paradise alums Maurissa Gunn and Riley Christian announced that they ended their engagement a couple of weeks ago. "We have decided to go our separate ways. Never did we imagine this, but we've come to a point where we both need to work on ourselves. We've appreciated everyone's love and support so far throughout our journey and we just ask that you please respect our privacy as we navigate through this," the former couple wrote. Gunn and Christian were the first Black couple in Bachelor in Paradise history to become engaged.

      ANT ANSTEAD'S TWO OLDEST KIDS MEET RENEE ZELLWEGER: People reports that Ant Anstead's two oldest kids, Amelie and Archie, whom he shares with his first wife, Louise Storey, met Renee Zellweger over the holidays while they were visiting from the UK. "It was great," the Radford Returns star said. "I mean, Renée's so personable, and so great with people, and they've met a few times on FaceTime, so everybody was excited to finally get together." Anstead and Zellweger have been dating for seven months.

      ANDY COHEN COMMENTS ON JENNIE NGUYEN'S FACEBOOK POSTS: Following a series of controversial posts that resurfaced from Real Housewives of Salt Lake City's Jennie Nguyen's Facebook page, executive producer Andy Cohen is breaking his silence. "The posts were very upsetting … and disgusting," Cohen said on Radio Andy Monday (January 24th). According to Page Six, Nguyen reposted a number of memes that denounced the Black Lives Matter movement, including a photo of Ken Jeong's character from Community cupping his hands to yell, with text that reads, "If you follow the officers sic orders, you won't get shot." Cohen added, "I just want to say, in case anyone doesn't realize it, that there are many serious discussions happening right now about everything — about everything. And I can't address the situation right now, but it will be addressed very soon, and thank you for your patience."

      PAT SAJAK APOLOGIZES TO BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH FOR NOT KNOWING WHO HE WAS: In a recent episode of Celebrity Wheel of Fortune, Pat Sajak asked Tatyana Ali to explain to viewers who Benedict Cumberbatch was, for those who didn't know. Ali responded, "Benedict Cumberbatch is an actor, right?" Sajak laughed and said, "I didn't have the answer so I pretended like I was just saying, 'So tell us. I, of course, know it but you tell us.' And that was a little host trick." Sajak then added, "My apologies, Mr. Cumberbatch. But I spend a lot of time in my basement. I have no idea what's going on."


      CHRIS EVANS AND DWAYNE JOHNSON TO STAR IN RED ONE: People reports that Chris Evans and Dwayne Johnson will both star in Amazon Studios' Red One, "an action-adventure comedy that imagines a new universe within the holiday genre." Jake Kasdan, director of Jumanji, is set to direct the film.

      IDRIS ELBA COULD BE THE NEXT 007: Producers of the James Bond franchise say that Idris Alba is "part of the conversation," as they move towards deciding who will be the next Bond. "Well, we know Idris, I'm friends with him and he's a magnificent actor," Barbara Broccoli, one of the producers, said on Deadline's Crew Call podcast. However, she added that they haven't fully begun the process yet.

      AMY SCHNEIDER TAKES SECOND PLACE FOR JEOPARDY! ALL-TIME WINS: On Monday's (January 24th) episode of Jeopardy!, Amy Schneider achieved the second-most consecutive wins of all time with her 39th win. Today reports that Schneider has a way to go to beat out Ken Jennings, who holds the number one spot at 74 consecutive wins. After being recognized by the GLAAD Media Awards recently, Schneider tweeted, "Of all the things that have come out of my Jeopardy run, I will always be most proud of any good that I've managed to do for the trans community, so this acknowledgement means more than I can ever say."

      FREDRIK EKLUND EXITS MILLION DOLLAR LISTING AFTER 11 YEARS: Page Six reports that, after 11 years on the show, Frederik Eklund will be leaving Million Dollar Listing. Eklund posted to Instagram Monday (January 24th), "After an amazing 11 years, I've decided it's time for the next chapter of my life, and to leave Million Dollar Listing. It's an end of an era and a new start for me."