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Trump denies calling Meghan “nasty,” even though there’s tape

President Donald Trump is currently on U.K. soil for his first-ever state visit there, and did a few interviews leading up to the trip. After admitting he was looking forward to seeing The Queen and Prince Charles, Trump was asked if he was sorry that he would not be seeing Meghan (as she is on maternity leave), with the interviewer mentioning some thoughts the then-actress shared about him back in 2016.

According to The Sun, Trump was shocked to learn that Meghan once called him “divisive” and “misogynistic” and reacted in typical Trump fashion: “I didn’t know that. What can I say? I didn’t know that she was nasty.” Considering Meghan was referring to his presidential run and that’s what Donald called Hillary Clinton then, his choice of word seemed quite pointed.

Trump did add that he had no idea Meghan wouldn’t be taking part in the visit, saying he hoped she is OK, predicted she will make “a very good” American princess, “will do excellently,” and hoped for her success. Not awful things. But by Sunday morning, the president opened his Twitter app and denied he called Meghan anything derogatory.

But there’s proof he did!

Sigh. Wouldn’t be a state visit without drama!

Khloe Kardashian went back to high school

Kim Kardashian may be studying to be a lawyer but her sister, Khloe Kardashian, went back to high school — though not for academic reasons. One of the reality star’s biggest fans invited her to go to prom with him and Khloe said hell yes.

The high schooler’s fan account, @narbehkardash, has over 237,000 followers dedicated to Khloe and her family and it’s all been worth it.

But the best was yet to come.

 

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Just wanted to thank you for all the love, support & messages. Narbeh x Khloé 👯‍♀️ #Prom2K19

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OK, these pics are pretty great too. Good times, good memories.

Soooo, Barack Obama was at the Raptors game

The Toronto Raptors and Scotiabank Arena have welcomed all kinds of celebs over the last few weeks of playoffs but the sighting of former U.S. president Barack Obama at Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors may have been the biggest one yet. Apparently 44 has been friends with Raptors GM Masai Ujiri for years so who better to escort him to his seat?

 

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Presidential business. #WeTheNorth

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And Obama got an even warmer welcome from the crowd.

 

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Presidential welcome

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Though perhaps Obama wasn’t exactly a good luck charm for the Raptors. The Warriors evened the series by winning Game 2 109-104. The Raptors head to Oakland, Calif., for Games 3 and 4 — hopefully with no Obama in sight. No offence, Barack.

The Royal Fab Four no more

It appears the Sussexes and Cambridges are cutting ties for good — at least when it comes to royal duties. The Royal Foundation is the joint charity founded in 2011 by Prince William, Duchess Kate and Prince Harry (which Meghan later joined upon her engagement to Harry), but just like the splitting of the household, it seems the same is going to happen with the foundation.

“Things did get very bad between the brothers and they didn’t see each other privately for a number of months after the royal wedding,” a royal source told The Sun. “Certainly the animosity over status, money and Meghan meant that the split in their joint households had to be brought forward much more quickly than anticipated, so perhaps it was inevitable that their joint charity has to be split too.”

The insider added: “Meghan and Harry want to do things differently to William and Kate. William is the future king and so is sometimes restricted in what he can do. The Sussexes want the flexibility of more commercial decisions. But the brothers’ relationship has vastly improved since their working lives have separated.”

Meghan made her first — and last — appearance with the charity at the inaugural Royal Foundation Forum in February 2018. At the time, Harry joked, “We’re stuck together for the rest of our lives,” adding, “We’ve got four different personalities and we’ve all got that same basic passion to want to make a difference.”

Oy. Looks like the two couples, while continuing to work on big issues, including mental health, will simply be pursuing their charitable efforts separately.

Robert Pattinson will be your new Batman, this is not a drill

A couple weeks back, there were reports that Robert Pattinson was in talks to play Batman in the next adaptation featuring the Dark Knight. After you rubbed your eyes and wondered if you were in bizarro world, the news quieted down until Friday — when Variety confirmed the news. The Twilight star takes over the role previously played on the big screen by Ben Affleck, Christian Bale, George Clooney, Val Kilmer and Michael Keaton.

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Some fans of the Bat aren’t happy with the casting decision and a Change.org campaign was started when the rumours of Pattinson’s casting first came out. Ouch. We suspect they’re not familiar with his more recent body of work.

The Batman is set to hit theatres on June 25, 2021 though pre-production will reportedly start this summer. No other details of the movie nor the cast have been announced, though Matt Reeves is set to direct the superhero tentpole. Pattinson (R-Batz?) has yet to share his thoughts, but we can’t wait.

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