Keke Palmer announced a pursuit of legal action against Trey Songz following his decision to feature her in a recent video without seeking permission. Keke told Larry King that even though the video has been taken down, the lawsuit is more about “the overall idea that you can’t just do stuff to people and it’s alright.” In a new interview, however, Keke admits that the entire situation has been resolved.
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It looks like fans aren’t the only ones who think Taylor Swift is moving a little too quickly in her relationship with Tom Hiddleston. Talk show host Wendy Williams called out the couple—not only because of the rapid succession of their public love fest, but because one of them may just be an “opportunist.”
After just three weeks of “dating,” Taylor and Tom have already met each other’s parents, a move Wendy claims should only be done when “you really think something is going to be popping off with.” Wendy doesn’t just think the couple is moving too fast, she also claims Tom may have ulterior motives.
“I suspect he’s also a bit of an opportunist,” she says about Tom. “First of all, he wants to be the next James Bond, and he’s English. And I suspect…Because I’d never heard of this guy before, you see, so how do you drum up votes?”
Whether or not Taylor and Tom are just a publicity stunt, they don’t seem to be stopping their public displays of affection with their latest round of paparazzi photos in Rome. Perhaps Tom could put his acting chops to use and look a little more interested in Taylor.
See the candids and watch what else Wendy had to say about Taylor and Tom below.
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Chloë Grace Moretz stopped by “The Wendy Williams Show” on Friday to promote her upcoming film “The 5th Wave.” During the interview, Wendy asks Chloë what she thinks of the growing “squad goals” phenomenon. “I kinda grew up as an outsider, a bit because I was never kind of included in cliques and squads and stuff,” she reveals.
The actress then adds, “I didn’t want to have a girl squad, per se, because I think it just excluded people from feeling like they could be a part of my world.”
Chloë goes on to say that as long as the person is cool and they vibe together she will accept them as a friend. “Why do we need to put a label on it and make it a closed event,” she asks.
Do you agree with Chloë’s feelings about friend squads?
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