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“I find this article posted at an incredibly inappropriate time,” wrote one person on Twitter.
The "A Star Is Born" actress is moving on with co-worker Dan Horton after ending her engagement earlier this year.
Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams also shared with People magazine what they took from the HBO set after filming ended.
The "Alias" and "13 Going on 30" star unveiled the new issue with a little help from Ellen DeGeneres.
The actress, director and humanitarian activist recently said she wouldn’t rule out a run for public office but is currently “looking to others for leadership.”
The "Avengers: Infinity War" star tells Ellen DeGeneres about his plan to retain the title.
"It's just hard to know that the world can pick him out and turn him into a monster at any given moment," the actress said about her son.
Ronny Chieng says he's not Randall Park and that's not Michelle Yeoh in the SAG Awards photo. In other words, "do better," Remy Hii says.
The British actor celebrated his new status with a message about the U.S. midterms.
"He would hit me if he thought I looked at him wrong," the actress told People.
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