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Korly, anyone?

For the second time in two weeks, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom were spotted hanging out together. Sure, sure, it might be a coincidence, or they’re just two really beautiful pals, but for the sake of gossip, let’s just assume the two are a couple. Because while loads of celebs take in Broadway shows and have their photos taken with the casts, Katy and Orly weren’t in NYC. They weren’t even in Hollywood. They were in little old Culver City, Calif., where The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey was put on. Coincidence? Hmm.

#katyperry #vinessashaw #orlandobloom #Krisgifford #absolutebrightnessplay

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James Lecesne, the star of the play, posted a photo with Perry, Bloom, actress Vinessa Shaw and her fiancé Kristopher Gifford.

This comes on the heels of a Golden Globes after-party where they were “extremely flirty and whispering to each other.” Judge for yourselves.

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Oh, we are wide awake now.

Live from New York, it’s Sarah Palin!

Admit it. The first thing you thought of when Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump for U.S. president last week was that you couldn’t wait to see if Tina Fey would be on the next new Saturday Night Live. And, thankfully, Tina didn’t disappoint. She crazied her way around Darrell Hammond‘s Trump and the two were, and are, kind of perfect together.

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In addition, host Ronda Rousey mentioned her Holly Holm loss in a classy, sportsmanlike way and then went on with her monologue. SNL also took on #OscarsSoWhite with their own fictional awards show, in which the nominees for Best Actor are all white dudes who barely appear in a bunch of films about African-American life. So for movies like a Thurgood Marshall biopic and a dictator drama called All the Beasts of Africa, the nominees were “Guy with Camera” and “Guy Who Walked By.” Perfection.

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Mark Ruffalo turned to Twitter when he lost his cell phone on the blizzardy streets of NYC and Twitter responded. Fast.

The last place you want to misplace your wallet is during a blizzard in New York City but that’s exactly what happened to Mark Ruffalo.

But when you’re a dude who’s been in The Avengers, Spotlight and 13 Going on 30, you’re kind of a household name. And face. So anyone who would come across his wallet would easily know who it belonged to. And that’s exactly what happened when less than 20 minutes later, it was found!

His follow-up tweet was a selfie with the gals who saved his bacon.

Amazing. But this isn’t the first time Ruffalo has lost something and it turned up on Twitter. In July 2014, a good samaritan tweeted the star after finding his wallet in a cab in Chicago.

“Thank you! Wow!” Ruffalo replied. “Another point for the decency in people… you are a hero!” Now stop losing your wallet, Mark!

Jimmy Fallon donates $10,000 to Flint, Michigan charity

The Tonight Show host revealed on Twitter on Sunday that he was donating money to Community Foundation Greater Flint and asked for his friends and fans to join him.

Fallon is a drop in the bucket of celebs donating funds and supplies to the people of the struggling Michigan town. Last weekend, Cher donated 180,000 bottles of clean water and Pearl Jam announced they would be donating $300,000 to the United Way of Genesee County’s Flint Water Fund and encouraged other to pitch in. #WaterForFlint

Céline Dion’s heartbreak continued

It’s been a heartbreaking time for Céline Dion but this weekend was probably the toughest. One day after laying husband René Angélil to rest, the singer joined her family at her older brother Daniel’s visitation at a funeral home in Repentigny, Que., on Saturday.

Daniel, who died of cancer last week, passed away just two days after René, who also succumbed to a battle with the disease. Céline’s brother’s funeral is today, at St-Simon-et-Jude in Charlemagne, Que., where the Dion family was raised.

Angélil’s funeral, which was held on Friday, was planned by René in an effort to ease his wife’s burden. And just like their wedding in 1994, it was held at Montreal’s Notre-Dame Basilica. But what’s even more poignant is that both the wedding and the funeral began the same way: with Dion’s niece and nephew leading the way down the aisle.

Jimmy (the son of Dion’s brother, Jacques) and Audrey (the daughter of Dion’s sister, Ghislaine), were the ring bearer and flower girl, respectively, at their wedding. And 12 years later, the two led processional to the front of the basilica. Audrey pushed Jimmy (who was left quadriplegic after an accident) in a wheelchair up to the casket, while Jimmy carried the pillow he toted 21 years prior with the couple’s wedding rings.

Just… wow. Sending an outpouring of love and support Céline’s way.

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