Celebrity Scoops…updated Monday, 4.11.16

Courtesy of Jen Atkin

Courtesy of Jen Atkin

Just days after Lamar Odom, 36, was seen buying drinks for friends at Johnny O’Brien’s pub in L.A., Khloe Kardashian took to Instagram to get deep with her thoughts. “Letting go doesn’t mean that you don’t care about someone anymore. It’s realizing that the only person you really have control over is yourself…We have to learn to stop taking on peoples’ problems as if they are our own,” she wrote in a long caption. “Loving people does not mean we have to carry their burdens and confusions on our back. Sadly, you can only express your opinion on a situation…Stop shattering your own heart by trying to make a relationship (friend, family, partner) work that clearly isn’t meant to work…You can’t love someone into loving you…A girl once told me…’Be careful trying to fix a broken person. For you may cut yourself on their shattered pieces.” This prompted suspicion that she may follow through with divorcing Lamar, but she only said that she believes “writing is therapeutic on any level…and should not be explained.”


Ariana Grande MTV Movie Awards 2016 Marilyn Monroe Look FacebookWhile accepting for Best Comedic Performance for his role in “Deadpool,” at the MTV Movie Awards in L.A. this weekend, Ryan Reynolds joked about his home life with Blake lively. “I want to thank my wife – everything I do is to make her laugh, especially the sex. Thank you.” Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart hosted the 25th annual event, which saw Ariana Grande performing a glamorous version of “Dangerous Woman,” as she channeled her best Marilyn Monroe look. Winners (besides Reynolds) included: Melissa McCarthy for Comedic Genius, Charlize Theron for Best Female Performance (“Mad Max: Fury”), Leonardo DiCaprio for Best Male Performance for “The Revenant,”  Adam Driver for Best Villain for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” Adam DeVine for Best Kiss in “Pitch Perfect 2,” Will Smith for MTV Generation Awards ,Jennifer Lawrence for Best Hero in “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” and “Straight Outta Compton for Best True Story.

“The Boss” was just that at the box office this weekend, as the Melissa McCarthy comedy reeled in $23.5 million, edging out “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” with $23.4 million. In third was the Disney animation film, “Zootopia” with $14.3 million, followed by “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2” with $6.3 million and newcomer “Hardcore Henry” with $5 million.

Have a great start to your week! And don’t take yourself too seriously today!