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Tom Hardy’s dog will never be forgotten

If you had no intention of starting off your day with a good cry and didn’t plan ahead with some waterproof mascara, then scroll past this story. Tom Hardy may play the toughest of tough guys but in real life, he’s a big ol’ softie when it comes to animals. And no one knew that more than Woodstock Yamaduki, his six-year-old rescue dog. Sadly, Woody had been battling an inflammatory muscle disease called polymyositis for the past six months and, last week, he passed away.

Hardy is normally pretty private, but took to Tumblr to write a tribute to Woody. The actor detailed their first meeting, while filming the 2012 movie Lawless, and how Wu went from being a terrified puppy to his best friend and his wife’s fierce protector.

“I don’t normally speak out about family and friends but this is an unusual circumstance,” he wrote in the blog, then revealing his death. “The world for me was a better place with him in it and by my side.”

He added, “Woody was the bestest of journey companions we ever could dream of having. Our souls intertwined forever. Thank you Woody for choosing to find us. We will love you and be with you and you with us forever. Never ever ever forgotten.”

Hardy signed it “Your Boy tom xxx,” adding “I love you beyond words. To the moon and back again and again to infinity and beyond.” He then referenced his other dog, writing, “Run with Max now and the Angels. I will see you when I get there.”

See, told you you should’ve clicked to the next story! *wipes tears streaming down face*

Katy Perry was the bigger person and apologized to T-Swift

Katy Perry has been asked repeatedly about her feud with Taylor Swift, and she’s been pretty open about all the high school drama. But now she’s ready to move on. During an interview with Arianna Huffington on Saturday for the Thrive Global Podcast, Katy revealed she’s “ready to let it go.” Queen Elsa totally inspired that, non?

“I forgive her and I’m sorry for anything I ever did, and I hope the same from her,” she said. “I think it’s actually like, I think it’s time. There are bigger fish to fry, and there are real problems in the world. You know what I’m saying?”

Oh, we totally know. Because it was getting a bit much, hearing it all rehashed again, considering it all went down years ago.

“I love her, and I want the best for her,” Perry continued. “And I think she’s a fantastic songwriter, and I think that if we, both her and I, can be representatives of strong women that come together despite their differences, I think the whole world is going to go like, ‘Yeah, well we can do this.’ I don’t know. Maybe I don’t agree with everything she does and she doesn’t agree with everything I do, but I just really, truly want to come together in a place of love and forgiveness and understanding and compassion.”

Damn, Katy, good for you. Your move, Tay.

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Brandi Glanville accuses LeAnn Rimes of stalking and harassing her

Speaking of years-long drama, hey Brandi and LeAnn! It’s been nearly a decade since Eddie Cibrian had an affair with LeAnn Rimes (which resulted in Brandi and Eddie’s divorce and his subsequent marriage to LeAnn), but their feud just keeps on going.

“Over the past few recent years I have really made an effort to take the higher road with Eddie and LeAnn for the sake of my boys in an attempt to have a more positive co-parenting situation,” Glanville told TheDirty.com. “I honestly do prefer peace.” But she accused Rimes of being the Jennifer Jason Leigh to her Bridget Fonda.

“During these years I’ve dealt with her obsession with me in the form of her copying my life from going to my dentist, dermatologist, plastic surgeon to even attempting to see my trainer of 14 years,” Brandi detailed. “I let all of this go in hopes that it would soon come to an end.”

She spoke of a party that all three were invited to, but that LeAnn and Eddie wanted her uninvited to. Things like that Brandi can ignore, but when her kids are involved, and LeAnn reportedly uses the boys “as pawns,” that’s a whole other story.

Cibrian responded to his ex-wife’s claims, calling them “false and reverse” and saying Glanville is “sad” and “sick.” They exchanged words on Twitter, Eddie calling things coincidences, Brandi calling him out. This is never going to end, is it?

Selena Gomez insists her new hit is NOT about The Weeknd

During an interview on Ryan Seacrest‘s radio show on Friday, Selena Gomez shut down the theory that her new song, “Bad Liar,” is about her boyfriend.

“The song actually was over a year ago,” she told Seacrest. “I was very much in a different place and I think it was more just telling a story … it was just a different place in my life then.” So there you have it, end of story.

Khloé Kardashian gets slammed by Cavs fans, but got defence from an unlikely source

It goes without saying that Khloé K. has a thing for basketball players, and they dig her too. Hey, we all have a type. But when Khloé’s boyfriends end up in playoff positions, and they don’t do well, fans are willing to blame anyone and everyone. And for Cleveland Cavaliers fans, that just happens to be Khloé.

Her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, and his team are down 3-1 in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors, and fans are blaming the “Kardashian curse” on their team being down, thanks to Khloé’s past relationships with Lamar Odom and James Harden, and sister Kim’s 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries.

But former Knicks coach/NBA analyst Jeff Van Gundy is putting haters on blast with these amazing words about the criticism Khloé has been getting as of late.

“I’ve noticed a lot, in this series, the debate about why Tristan Thompson has not played well,” Van Gundy acknowledged. “And he hasn’t played well. But the debate about whether his significant other, Khloé Kardashian, and the ‘Kardashian curse’ is the reason, to me, is downright low-rent.”

He continued: “When LeBron James struggled in 2011 in those Finals, did we say it was his significant other that caused him to not succeed? Or last year with Steph Curry, was it Steph Curry’s wife when he didn’t play up to standard? No.”

Van Gundy added: “This Kardashian-shaming is because she’s an easy target. And I don’t know her or her family, but I do know this — she deserves an apology for anybody who participated in that type of debate.” Amen.

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