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Kendall Jenner’s anxiety sometimes gets so bad she has to be “rushed to the hospital.”

The 25-year-old reality star and model has suffered with anxiety and hypochondria ” which is a condition in which a person is excessively worried about the potential of having a serious illness ” for many years.

And Kendall has now revealed she panics so much that she “thinks (her) heart is failing” and has to be rushed to the hospital.

She said: “I think being overworked and being in the situation that I’m in now is kind of what set it out of control in a way. I’ve had times where I feel like I need to be rushed to the hospital because I think my heart’s failing and I can’t breathe and I need someone to help me. Sometimes I think I’m dying.”

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star also commented on those who don’t believe she has mental health issues because of her privileged upbringing.

Kendall insisted she knows she’s “a very blessed girl”, but said that doesn’t stop her brain from being affected in the same way as anyone else’s.

She added: “There is going to be those people that say, ‘Oh, okay, what does she have to worry about? What does she have to be anxious about?’ and I’ll never sit here and say that I’m not fortunate. I know I live a very privileged, amazing lifestyle. I’m a very blessed girl.

“I still have (a brain) and that thing up there sometimes doesn’t always – I don’t know – it’s not always happy and it’s not always connecting.

“I’m still a human being at the end of the day. No matter what someone has or doesn’t have, it doesn’t mean that they don’t have real life feelings and emotions.”

And Kendall also said her anxiety has been made worse by the Covid-19 pandemic, as she is still worried about being exposed to the virus.

Speaking in the debut episode of Vogue’s digital series, Open-Minded: Unpacking Anxiety, she told clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula: “Before I was really overwhelmed, really overworked. I was always around people and I kind of got really overwhelmed with all of that to the point where I was like, I need to be alone.

“Now it’s more like, okay, we’ve all been super isolated to the point where I’m almost so used to that that now that things are slowly opening up, if I go to a dinner or if I see a few more of my friends than I’m used to seeing throughout this last year, that gives me anxiety.”

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Hilary Duff has shared her Lizzie McGuire revival was pulled because the show “doesn’t totally align” with the Disney+ platform.

The actress filmed two episodes for the planned series before bosses at the streaming service shared the shock announcement that the show was not moving forward.

Speaking on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show, Hilary opens up on the cancellation, insisting officials at the company are “really trying to figure out what kind of content they want living on Disney+.”

“And that doesn’t totally align with, like, where I see Lizzie right now,” Hilary says. “I’m very protective of her and they’re very protective of her.”

The actress and the show’s original creator Terri Minsky wanted to take the revived series in a more adult direction to match the age Lizzie would be now – but Disney chiefs didn’t have the same vision.

“The one thing for me was just the way that she could connect with what was going on in people that were watching the show,” she reflects. “And so, for me, it only makes sense to me to shoot a show where she’s acting like a 30-year-old in a modern world.

“There (were) a lot of creative discussions where maybe they were thinking that’s not quite right, and we were trying to make it work,” Hilary adds. “And, you know, there’s always, like, lots of conversations, but I don’t think it’s going to be happening.”

However, Hilary is remaining positive, sharing: “It was lovely to relive that even for three weeks of my life, because, you know, there was a point in my life where I couldn’t stand Lizzie McGuire.

“And I was like, “I don’t want to hear that name ever again.’ And now that I’m my age, I’m, like, I love her. She’s, you know, this is where it all began for me. And she is me and I am her. And I brought what I could to that, which was very much just who I am inside. And so to tap into that again, even for a moment, was really a great experience.”

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Khloe Kardashian didn’t want her family’s reality TV series to come to an end.

It was confirmed earlier this year (21) that Keeping Up with the Kardashians would finish after 20 seasons and, in Thursday night’s (06May21) episode, the family discussed the decision.

During the program, filmed in early summer 2020, matriarch Kris Jenner gathers daughters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian to talk about whether or not they should renew their contracts with E! and continue the show.

The ladies all filmed on their iPhones so the camera crew wouldn’t hear their conversation – which saw Khloe admit she was nervous to stop filming.

“We all have to be on the same page and be really happy and peaceful and okay with the decision because it’s a huge, huge decision,” Kris said to her daughters. “They’re expecting an answer and we can’t really go backwards.”

Khloe responded: “For me, I’m such a creature of habit so change is scary. I’m not good with change and I think there’s a lot of change this year so it feels heavy.”

However, Kim insisted she “definitely” thinks it’s time for the show to end, with Khloe snapping back saying that Kourtney wanted to end the show “three years ago.”

Kris then took the final poll about the decision to end the show: “All in favor say “aye.'” Kourtney and Kim unanimously agreed it was time to end the show, but Khloe hesitated.

“Going into this meeting, I really assumed it would be just a conversation that we’re all going to have,” Khloe said in a confessional. “But now that I’m in the meeting, it’s definitely clear that everyone’s decisions have been made, and that mine would probably be the only one that is against the rest of the family.”

“Having to tell everybody, “Okay, well now this is all coming to an end,’ it’s just, it’s really devastating,” Khloe added. “I hate this year so much.”

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Actress Drew Barrymore had no idea she would feel so “alone” the first time she became a mother.

The Charlie’s Angels star admits becoming a mom to her eldest daughter, eight-year-old Olive, was a real shock to her system, because it was initially nothing like she had expected as she struggled to balance all of her new responsibilities.

“I thought it would be a little more romantic and cozy, and instead I was just terrified,” she recalled on U.S. news show Entertainment Tonight.

“I was so under slept, I couldn’t eat, I was nervous all the time (sic). So, I wasn’t really prepared for that.”

Sharing a note of support for fellow parents, Drew continued, “I felt alone on that, so if there’s other moms out there that felt like that in the beginning, you are not alone, I felt like that too.

“For any mom who felt casual and capable, you are a superhero! I wish I could have been like you.”

Drew shares Olive and Frankie, seven, with her ex-husband, Will Kopelman, and now she can’t imagine her life without her girls.

She even got a new tattoo in honor of her little family – an inking on her forearm which reads, “home is where we are,” alongside an image of a bird.

“Wherever life takes you, if you’re lucky enough to be alongside people you love, then to me, that became the definition of home,” she explained of the new skin art on her daytime series, The Drew Barrymore Show.

“I never knew what home was until I had my daughters,” added the star, who famously endured a troubled childhood which led to her becoming emancipated at 14.

The new design isn’t her only tattoo dedicated to her daughters – Drew also had the names of her kids, written in her own handwriting, inked onto her wrist in 2016.

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Mac Miller’s family have slammed an “exploitative” biography about the late star.

Mac, real name Malcolm McCormick, died in September, 2018 of an accidental overdose and his mother, Karen Meyers, is furious about Paul Cantor’s Most Dope: The Extraordinary Life of Mac Miller, which is due for release on 18 January, 2022.

Mac’s family said in a statement on Instagram: “It has come to the attention of the family and friends of Mac Miller that a new book called Most Dope: The Extraordinary Life of Mac Miller by Paul Cantor has recently been made available for pre-order.

“This book is not authorized or endorsed by Malcom’s family and has been written by a writer who had no meaningful access to those that were closest to Malcolm” friends, family and collaborators etc.”

They added: “In fact, the writer of this book was made aware at the outset of the process of writing this book that the family and friends of Malcolm were uncomfortable with him authoring this biography. Yet he chose to proceed against our polite insistence that he not do disservice to Malcom’s legacy through writing a book without legitimate primary sources.

“While we can’t definitively speak to the intention, we cannot help but feel the timing of it being made available for pre-order is meant to capitalize on the interest in Donna-Claire Chesman’s recently-announced The Book of Mac: Remembering Mac Miller with the expectation that people will confuse this book for Donna’s which does have the support of the estate and includes extensive interviews with people whom Malcolm held dear.

“What we can say definitively, however, is that Most Dope: The Extraordinary Life Of Mac Miller’s planned release date of January 18th, the day before Malcolm’s birthday, is not accidental.

“With that in mind, we urge those that wish to support Malcolm and his legacy to abstain from purchasing this new book. (sic)”

However, Cantor hit back, telling the New York Post’s Page Six gossip column: “I’m a journalist with nearly twenty years of experience, having been fair and honest in my reporting on the biggest celebrities to people in the smallest corners of everyday life. My credibility is unimpeachable and I don’t take his family’s claims lightly. It’s unfortunate that they feel this way.

“They were made aware of the book at its inception with the utmost best intentions, and they chose to not participate ” which I respected. This book was approached with love and care. And (Miller)’s friends and other people close to him, as well as numerous people in the music industry, did willingly speak to me. I sat through countless hours of long interviews, many of them emotional and revealing.”

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Singer/actress Jana Kramer has resorted to crying in her closet as she struggles to come to terms with the collapse of her marriage.

The mother-of-two pulled the plug on her troubled relationship with former American footballer Mike Caussin last month, amid allegations of his infidelity, five years after the couple split and almost divorced as he battled sex addiction issues.

Kramer has since been open with fans about trying to heal from the heartache. But, on Wednesday, it appeared she needed to take a little time to herself as she posted a tearful selfie on Instagram.

“Apparently this too shall pass and good things are waiting…” she captioned the image. “But in the meantime feel your feelings and cry in the closet if you have to. You’re not alone even though it feels like it.”

She subsequently shared an update on her Instagram Story timeline, telling followers, “OK, I peeled myself out of the closet and I’m gonna read one of my (self-help) books. Heartbreak ain’t easy, man!”

Kramer’s emotional selfie was posted two days after she broke down in tears on her Whine Down podcast, her first episode back following the news of her divorce, and compared her situation to “grieving.”

“My heart is, like, pounding,” Kramer said at the top of Monday’s show. “I didn’t want this. I think where I’m at is, I’m embarrassed that this is how it ended, and I feel like I let people down.”

“I’m the weakest I have ever been,” she added. “It goes in waves. I feel like I’m so in the middle of the grieving.

“The morning and the night are the hardest… I can’t sleep.”

Kramer is currently seeking primary custody of the couple’s two kids, five-year-old daughter Jolie and son Jace, two.

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Chris Brown’s big birthday celebrations came to an abrupt end in the early hours of Thursday after disgruntled neighbours reported the noise disturbance to police.

The Go Crazy hitmaker turned 32 on Wednesday and threw a huge party at his California mansion to mark the occasion, but other residents in his San Fernando Valley neighborhood were not pleased with the music blaring out from the estate and guests’ cars double parking all over the area.

Various complaints were filed with Los Angeles Police Department officials, who paid the birthday boy a visit around 2am local time on Thursday and spoke to the singer’s security guards as they ordered the music be turned down.

However, the interruption spelled the end of the bash, which had been attended by between 400 and 500 guests, according to police estimates.

Cops ended up having to direct traffic out of the area as people headed to their cars, with a number of drivers receiving tickets for double parking.

Video footage obtained by TMZ shows crowds of people making their way out of the neighborhood, with four squad cars and a police helicopter all dispatched to deal with the chaos.

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YouTuber Logan Paul’s upcoming boxing match with Floyd Mayweather, Jr. may be anything but an exhibition fight following an altercation between the retired champion and his opponent’s brother on Thursday.

The two fighters will take to the ring in Florida for the pay-per-view scrap next month, and it’s already very clear they don’t like each other.

The pair was involved in an ugly brawl after Jake Paul stole Floyd’s hat when they all met face-to-face for the first time to discuss the bout at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium.

The two men had to be kept apart by security officials but the fight continued as Jake also challenged Mayweather to a grudge match, for which the four-weight world champion appeared to be game.

Angry Mayweather could be heard shouting, “When I catch you, motherf**ker, I’ll kill you motherf**ker! You crazy? I don’t know who the f**k he thinks he’s playing with, but I don’t play no motherf**king games!”

Jake later claimed one of Mayweather’s “30 bodyguards” clocked him in the eye.

Prior to the fracas, Mayweather faced off at a press conference with Jake’s brother Logan, who kicked off his professional fight career by beating fellow YouTube star KSI in November 2019.

Mayweather hasn’t fought professionally since 2017, when he took on UFC’s Conor McGregor to earn his 50th career victory. He also fought Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in 2018, but that was an exhibition match.

Repeating his grudge match plea to Floyd on Twitter, hours after the pair squared off, Jake wrote: “honestly have had three easy fights as a pro so been itching for some real action.”

The younger Paul brother recently beat mixed martial arts star Ben Askren in the first round of a star-studded fight night at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

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A 20-year-old TikTok user who went viral for posting a private FaceTime call she had with Friends star Matthew Perry last year insists older stars are taking advantage of young women on dating apps.

Kate Haralson tells Page Six she made it clear she was 19 when she matched with 51-year-old Perry on Raya in May, 2020, and she went public with their online chat because she wants dating app users to know they are prey for older Hollywood stars.

“A lot of people were saying I’m a bully and mean for posting this, and it made me feel kind of bad, but at the same time, I feel like a lot of guys in Hollywood are talking to all these young girls and it’s something that I think a lot of people should be aware of,” the personal assistant tells the publication.

She claims that Perry asked to move their conversations from Raya to FaceTime after matching with her, and admits she thought it would be “funny” to chat with him, but their conversation quickly became uncomfortable.

“I was not really thinking anything of it…” Haralson adds, “but it kind of felt weird talking to someone my dad’s age and it just felt not right, especially when he knew how young I was.”

The blonde claims the actor asked her, “Am I as old as your dad?” and then laughed when she said he was actually a year older.

Haralson posted a clip of the FaceTime call with Perry to her TikTok account this week and admits she had no idea it would become such a big deal.

“I didn’t expect it to blow up as fast as it did,” she says, revealing she quickly took the video down.

She says she was inspired by another viral video shared on TikTok by a user named Nivine Jay, who posted a personal video of Ben Affleck after they matched on Raya.

Six months after matching with Haralson on Raya, Perry announced he was engaged to 29-year-old literary manager Molly Hurwitz.

Meanwhile, the 20 year old tells the Post she is still on Raya and hasn’t been kicked off yet.

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Snoop Dogg is planning a “player’s ball party” for his 50th birthday this October.

The rapper reaches the milestone on Oct. 20, and told People he’s already coming up with ideas on how to celebrate his big day.

“I’m probably going to do a player’s ball party where everybody can be dressed up, give away some awards, have some good musical performances, you know what I’m saying?” he said. “I’m old school. So I just need my event to be wholesome and nice, where people can leave there saying, ‘I had the time of my life.'”

As for the dress code for the evening, Snoop added: “Everybody has to dress up, you can’t just get in here. You got to actually spend some time on your look, your outfit. The whole nine (yards).”

And while some people might feel fearful about turning 50, Snoop has a more positive outlook on reaching his half century.

“You got to treat yourself like fine wine. They say fine wine, it gets better over time,” the Drop It Like It’s Hot star explained. “You got to look at it as you get older, you get wiser, and how to treat yourself, treat others. You learn what life is about. So every precious day you here to actually live another day, you should make the most of it. That’s what I focus on the most – trying to be the best version of me every day.”

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Beyonce was “inspired” by the Spice Girls, according to Victoria Beckham.

Victoria has recalled meeting the Crazy in Love hitmaker “a few years ago” and her telling her how much the Wannabe group made her “proud” to be female and be in a girl band.

The 47-year-old fashion designer told Dear Media’s Breaking Beauty podcast: “I met Beyonce a few years ago and she actually said to me, ‘It was the Spice Girls that inspired me and made me want to do what I do and made me proud to be a girl. I’m proud to be who I am.’

“And when someone like Beyonce, who is so iconic and such a strong woman, says that she was inspired by the Spice Girls, I think that that’s quite something.”

Beyonce formed Destiny’s Child in 1990 with Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland, while the Spice Girls were formed in 1994.

The latter – also made up of Melanie C (Sporty), Geri Horner (Ginger), Emma Bunton (Baby), Mel B (Scary) – popularised the feminist slogan “girl power” after being told they would never be successful because girls only buy records by the opposite sex.

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Though Glenn Close has been nominated for eight Oscars without any wins, the distinguished actor wants to make one thing clear: “I am not a loser.”

Close has been nominated for best actress four times and she competed for her fourth best supporting actress honour at last month’s Academy Awards. When “Minari” star Youn Yuh-jung won the prize, the Los Angeles Times published an article with the headline, “After 8 Oscar losses, Glenn Close is now tied as the most nominated actor without a win.” It prompted Emmy winner Sarah Paulson to tweet in Close’s defence, “I wish this conversation would cease. She’s brilliant and continues to have an extraordinary and enviable career. Nighty night to this click bait convo to nowheresville.”

Close, 74, told The Associated Press said she didn’t see the article or Paulson’s tweet, but she quickly responded with: “First of all, I don’t think I’m a loser.”

“Who in that category is a loser? You’re there, you’re five people honoured for the work that you’ve done by your peers. What’s better than that?,” she said. “And I honestly feel that the press likes to have winners and losers. And then they say, ‘Who is the worst dressed?’ And, you know, ‘Who made the worst speech?’ Forget it. It’s not what it’s about.”

Looking directly in the camera, she passionately ended with: “I say, (expletive) them!”

Close’s illustrious and revered career includes wins at mostly ever major awards show. She is a three-time winner at the Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Awards. She’s earned three Grammy nominations and competed at the Oscars with the films “The World According to Garp,” “The Big Chill,” “The Natural,” “Fatal Attraction,” “Dangerous Liaisons,” “Albert Nobbs,” “The Wife” and “Hillbilly Elegy.”

The actor said a year after being homebound because of the pandemic, she really enjoyed seeing her peers at the socially distanced Academy Awards.

“It was wonderful. I mean, they were very strict,” Close said. “We were tested up the wazoo as we had to be. But I’ll tell you what I loved about the Oscars … you got to talk to people whose work you had seen and loved. I got to talk to the wonderful Korean woman who won in my category; got to meet Maria (Bakalova), who was also in my category, the wonderful young actress from Bulgaria.

“And that’s what we need to do. You need to be able to mix with your own kind and … be able to express your appreciation and how much you’ve been inspired by them. And that meant a lot, I think, to everybody,” she said.

One of the last projects Close worked on before the pandemic hit was a spoken word jazz album with Grammy-winning musician Ted Nash. It was released Friday and recorded in New York City at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

She said she’s finally returning to New York this week for the first time in over a year.

“I feel, I think like millions of other people, changed by (the pandemic) and still disturbed by it. I think we have to really take time to know that you don’t come out of something like this easily. You have to really pay attention to where you are. It was it was not easy. I think all of us came out with an experience and I think a lot of stories will come from this time,” Close said from Montana, where she’s been living since late 2019. “I certainly value getting together with other people. I value community more. I mean, I was lucky to be near my family through the whole thing.”

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