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Total Divas' Lana and Rusev Butt Heads When It Comes to Baby Making: "I Am Not Ready to Have Children"

Total Divas' Lana and Rusev Butt Heads When It Comes to Baby Making:
Lana is not looking to become a mom anytime soon! In this clip from Wednesday's all-new Total Divas, Lana and hubby, Rusev, butt heads over babies. While Rusev is ready to welcome a little baby wrestler into the ring, Lana is focused on perfecting her own moves. "I am basically not ready to have children," Lana revealed. Rusev wasn't here for the baby talk, especially in front of their friends. "Don't talk in front of them about this," Rusev scolded. The awkward moment quickly got stranger when Lana suggested that Nia Jax carry their baby. "If you want a child right this very second, I can have Nia carry it for me," Lana suggested. But...
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Charlie Puth Opens Up On Why He Won't Be an 'American Idol' Judge: 'Things in My Life Got Crazy' (Exclusive)

Charlie Puth Opens Up On Why He Won't Be an 'American Idol' Judge: 'Things in My Life Got Crazy' (Exclusive)
It looks like Charlie Puth won't be sitting at the American Idol judges table any time soon.

With the reality singing competition soon returning to TV, Puth had been at the center of some speculation as a likely front-runner. However, after production kicked off on the new season, with Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie behind the iconic table, the "Attention" singer spoke with Et about why he passed on the opportunity.

Puth recently opened up to Et's Nischelle Turner, getting candid about being in talks with ABC to join the rebooted reality series and explaining why he passed on the opportunity.

"The schedule got too overwhelming," Puth admitted. "It’s nothing to do with [the network]... ABC is wonderful and I told them I would love to be in business with them in the future."
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Lady Gaga, Amy Schumer and More Stars Plead for Gun Control in Wake of Las Vegas Shooting: 'Act Quickly'

Lady Gaga, Amy Schumer and More Stars Plead for Gun Control in Wake of Las Vegas Shooting: 'Act Quickly'
Many of America’s most influential celebrities are using their platforms to push for change it the wake of the attack on a Las Vegas music festival on Sunday – now the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

At least 58 people are dead and over 500 injured after a gunman opened fire on the crowd at the Route 91 Harvest Festival from his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel. The suspect — who is now deceased — has since been identified by police as Stephen Craig Paddock, of Mesquite, Nevada. Paddock had at least 19 weapons in his hotel room,
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Melania Trump’s Stiletto Controversy Lingers as Stars Including Kathy Griffin and Trevor Noah Weigh In

Melania Trump’s Stiletto Controversy Lingers as Stars Including Kathy Griffin and Trevor Noah Weigh In
Melania Trump‘s eyebrow-raising shoe choice while heading to Texas to observe Hurricane Harvey relief efforts is still the talk of the internet — and celebs got in on the action to both poke fun and defend her footwear.

The first lady was spotted wearing a pair of black stilettos as she left the White House alongside her husband, President Donald Trump, Tuesday morning, and many Twitter users were quick to condemn the look that seemed to favor fashion over practicality.

Actor Zach Braff wryly noted that “Melania headed to a disaster zone in stilettos is my Halloween costume,” while others
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Jay-z Opens Up About His Feud With Kanye and Elevator Fight With Solange

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Jay-z Opens Up About His Feud With Kanye and Elevator Fight With Solange
Jay-z is ready to clear the air. The 4:44 rapper, who touched on his infidelity to Beyoncé and much more on his latest album, sat down for a rare interview with hip-hop journalist Elliott Wilson on Friday night. No topic was left off the table on the Rap Radar podcast as the father of three addressed his feud with Kanye West ("You brought my family into it") and his infamous elevator fight with Solange Knowles after the 2014 Met Gala. Keep reading to see some of the most jaw-dropping details Jay-z revealed during his candid chat. RelatedOh Boy, Jay-z Brought Up "Becky With the Good Hair" on His New Album On his feud with Kanye West: "What really hurt me was, you can't bring my kids and my wife into it. Kanye's my little brother. He's talked about me a hundred times. He made a song called 'Big Brother.' We've gotten past bigger issues.
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‘Kingdom’: Talia Shire on Why She Returned to the World of Professional Fighters — and Acting

‘Kingdom’: Talia Shire on Why She Returned to the World of Professional Fighters — and Acting
If you’re going to make a movie about fighters, you can’t skimp on the details. So says Talia Shire, an actress who knows a thing or two about the genre.

“You notice everything,” Shire said during an interview with IndieWire. “I am terribly aware of [everything]. If you’re going to do a fighting movie, I’m looking at the scars.”

Shire noticed just that when she first came across “Kingdom.” Now, the actress who earned Oscar nominations for her two iconic turns in “Rocky” and “The Godfather: Part II,” has joined the cast of the Audience Network original series — with just three episodes remaining.

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“She’s a very interesting woman,” Shire said of her role as Alvey Kulina’s mother, Annette. “She’s very interesting, and I wanted to
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‘Kingdom’: Talia Shire on Why She Returned to the World of Professional Fighters — and Acting

‘Kingdom’: Talia Shire on Why She Returned to the World of Professional Fighters — and Acting
If you’re going to make a movie about fighters, you can’t skimp on the details. So says Talia Shire, an actress who knows a thing or two about the genre.

“You notice everything,” Shire said during an interview with IndieWire. “I am terribly aware of [everything]. If you’re going to do a fighting movie, I’m looking at the scars.”

Shire noticed just that when she first came across “Kingdom.” Now, the actress who earned Oscar nominations for her two iconic turns in “Rocky” and “The Godfather: Part II,” has joined the cast of the Audience Network original series — with just three episodes remaining.

Read More‘Kingdom’ and ‘American Gods’ Star Jonathan Tucker Bled for His Art, and That’s Just the Beginning

“She’s a very interesting woman,” Shire said of her role as Alvey Kulina’s mother, Annette. “She’s very interesting, and I wanted to
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‘Glow’ Producers Didn’t Want to Cast Alison Brie — Here’s How She Fought to Change Their Minds

‘Glow’ Producers Didn’t Want to Cast Alison Brie — Here’s How She Fought to Change Their Minds
Life often imitates art, but Alison Brie’s “Glow” story is kind of amazing.

Brie’s character on the new Netflix original series — from creator Liz Flahive (“Nurse Jackie”) and executive producer Jenji Kohan (“Orange is the New Black”) — is an actress whose resiliency is rewarded with the role she needs. But the connection between artist and art is a touch more specific than that.

Ruth spends the first scene of “Glow,” and much of the first episode, auditioning. The first scene is an audition, and she’s quickly rejected. Another audition, another rejection. It’s a pattern in the pilot, and it was a pattern for Brie when she was trying to be a part of it.

“They did not want me to have this part,” Brie said, remembering the long, challenging audition process while sitting next to Flahive and co-star Betty Gilpin (“American Gods”). “I’ve never felt
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‘Glow’ Producers Didn’t Want to Cast Alison Brie — Here’s How She Fought to Change Their Minds

‘Glow’ Producers Didn’t Want to Cast Alison Brie — Here’s How She Fought to Change Their Minds
Life often imitates art, but Alison Brie’s “Glow” story is kind of amazing.

Brie’s character on the new Netflix original series — from creator Liz Flahive (“Nurse Jackie”) and executive producer Jenji Kohan (“Orange is the New Black”) — is an actress whose resiliency is rewarded with the role she needs. But the connection between artist and art is a touch more specific than that.

Ruth spends the first scene of “Glow,” and much of the first episode, auditioning. The first scene is an audition, and she’s quickly rejected. Another audition, another rejection. It’s a pattern in the pilot, and it was a pattern for Brie when she was trying to be a part of it.

“They did not want me to have this part,” Brie said, remembering the long, challenging audition process while sitting next to Flahive and co-star Betty Gilpin (“American Gods”). “I’ve never felt more like Ruth than when I was auditioning for this show.”

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The first hurdle: Flahive and casting director Jen Euston were looking for an unknown to play Ruth, the lead in the series, and that meant the former star of “Community” and “Mad Men” wasn’t an option.

“I think we had an idea in our head that [Ruth] was somebody who hadn’t been cast; who you hadn’t seen,” Flahive said, noting they got past it by watching Brie’s auditions. “[Casting] was a combination of seeing people again and again and again, and the other roles where it was just, ‘There’s only one person. This is the person.'”

Brie and Gilpin fell into the former group, as the duo had to come in repeatedly to try out for their parts.

“It felt like a series of tests,” Brie said. “‘But will she come in and do a pre-read for casting?’ And I was like, ‘Absolutely, I’ll wear no makeup.’ ‘Will you fly to Toronto and read with Betty in front of no one?’ ‘Yes, absolutely, whatever you want me to do.'”

In total, Brie and Gilpin went on four auditions — two individually and then two together to test their chemistry. The first step was reading for Euston, and the second was in a “very cold, weird, silent room” with producers. Even when they got the call to come in together, they were filmed “alone in a room with like two casting assistants who were not working on this project,” Brie said.

“[It was] like a stoned 16-year-old who they found on the street to press record,” Flahive said, laughing.

Read More: ‘Kingdom’ and ‘American Gods’ Star Jonathan Tucker Bled for His Art, and That’s Just the Beginning

Because of these oddities, each actress developed individual rituals to keep their expectations in check.

“Every audition for Debbie, I thought of it as the last time,” Gilpin said. “I would say goodbye to her every time because I was like, ‘You cannot take this dream all the way in.'”

“I cried in my car after every audition,” Brie said. “I would sit in my car like Ruth and sob. And we were both listening to the same Ultimate ’80s mix while auditioning, so “Flock of Seagulls” was playing [while we were sobbing].”

Their final audition was in Los Angeles “five days before my wedding,” Gilpin said. Flahive said they needed to see the two of them together again because “[Ruth and Debbie] is the relationship of the series,” but it was all more than worth it to the actors because of the script’s unique opportunities.

“I’ve been in this strange sweet spot of making my living as an actor but not doing crazy big shows like this,” Gilpin said. “I’ve auditioned for a lot of what’s out there, which is like squinty cop in tight outfits who aren’t taking any shit in the first scene and in the second scene they’re naked and blowing the captain of the police force. And I tried really hard to get those parts because I want my future children to go to school and have appetizers at dinners.”

“So when this came along I was just shaking reading it because I hadn’t really allowed myself to dream of a part like this,” she said.

Brie agreed, taking it one step further. “It was amazing to get the opportunity to prove myself the way that Ruth also does,” she said of the audition process. “But I also had this dream criteria in my head where I was ready to sign off on certain shows that checked like two of the six boxes, and I was like ‘Two whole boxes!’ And then ‘Glow’ came in, and it really did check every box.”

“It was indescribable when I first read it, in the same way that Betty described: the fear and excitement at reading it and being like, ‘Oh my God. This is the thing!'”

But even now, with the season wrapped and rolling out on Netflix and plenty of prestige TV in their past, these actors are still nervous for the next audition.

Do you feel like there’s been a tipping point? Was there a moment where you thought, “Ok, I’ve got this. I feel like I’ve broken through?”

Gilpin: Absolutely not, no.

I hope you feel that way now.

Gilpin: I don’t!

Soon, though, maybe?

Brie: We never do.

Gilpin: But there is a feeling on set, in every department on “Glow” that everyone has sort of paid their dues and gritted their teeth through certain jobs to get to this one.

Brie: To be rewarded with this.

Gilpin: That this is the passion project.

If art does imitate life, may this piece last as long as Brie, Gilpin, and Flahive care to live in it.

Glow” premieres Friday, June 23 on Netflix.

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Noah Hawley on the ‘Fargo’ Finale and Why the Fate of Gloria Burgle Matters More Than You Think

Noah Hawley on the ‘Fargo’ Finale and Why the Fate of Gloria Burgle Matters More Than You Think
“Reality is fractured” — think about those words for a second. Reality is supposed to be the one thing that’s absolute. It’s a state of existence we all must face, whether we’re waking up to a cold reality or embracing the reality of now. For it to be fractured, to be broken, is an impossibility. Reality simply is, and what is cannot be undone.

Unless, of course, you’ve been watching the third season of “Fargo.”

Throughout its television saga, Noah Hawley’s period drama about unexpected violence in small town America has been framed as a “true story.” It’s not, of course — that’s merely an appropriation from the Coen brothers’ film. Specifically, like the 1996 movie each episode begins with the statement: “This is a true story,” even though, like the film, it’s not.

Read More: ‘Fargo’ Review: Season 3 Finale Ends the Debate and Tells Us If We’ve Been Wasting Our Breath

But Season 3 has doubled down on its tricky typeface: Hawley, through characters like former police chief Gloria Burgle (Carrie Coon) and a mysterious crime lord named V.M. Varga (David Thewlis), has broken down the meaning of truth in modern America.

“At a basic level, I have to be aware that I’m saying it’s a true story and that reality rarely ties itself up neatly; that reality is subject to randomness and coincidence and all of those things,” Hawley said in an interview with IndieWire. “I felt like our first season, the story basically played itself out until the very last scene. […] The second year, the ninth hour was really the big hour, […] and yet, in the end, it was a tragedy with a happy ending — just like the movie and just like the first season.”

“You’ll see how it turns out this year, but I’ll say I don’t want to take anything for granted like ‘Oh, it’s okay, it always wraps up neatly,'” he said. “There is a sense to which this year’s ‘Fargo’ is really a mirror reflecting our reality back to us at this moment in time, but we don’t know how it’s gonna end or how it’s gonna play out.”

Speaking the day after James Comey testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Hawley was quick to point to relevant parallels between “Fargo” and our current cultural status.

Read More: ‘Fargo’ Creator Noah Hawley On Whether There Will Be a Season 4

“At the end of the day, everyone said, ‘Well James Comey testified and said a lot of damning things for the President of the United States.’ Then this morning the President of the United States tweets that he’s totally vindicated by the testimony yesterday and you go, ‘These two things are completely opposite — only one of them can be true.'”

And yet they’re both true. Objectivity has been tossed aside and much of the news, much of the world, is interpreted solely through the eye of the beholder. In 2017, alternate facts form alternate realities, and the same can be said of “Fargo’s” 2011 world.

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“I think that the most jarring impact of this last year — on storytelling in general but certainly on this season of ‘Fargo’ — is the sense that our sense of reality is fractured and that what you think is real and true can be completely opposite from what someone next to you thinks is real and true,” Hawley said.

As an example, Hawley brought up a key scene from Season 3: After a particularly jarring experience, Sy Feltz (Michael Stuhlbarg) returns home to his wife, hugs her, and says, “The world is wrong. It looks like my world but everything is different.”

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“I think there are a lot of people who feel that way [right now],” Hawley said. “Like, ‘Wait what? I went to bed in one America and I woke up in a different America.’ And there’s something violent to that.”

Fighting back against the violence is Gloria Burgle, embodying the world’s general symbol of truth, as well as “Fargo’s”: a police officer. Gloria’s journey in Season 3 has filled her with tremendous doubt, and there are many, many scenes of a flustered, frustrated, but resolute Gloria fighting for truth in a world ready to accept a lie. Whether she was rejecting her new chief’s theory that there was a serial killer targeting people with the last name “Stussey” or resisting the transition to technology over one-on-one human interaction, Gloria is both a dying breed and a beacon of hope.

“The war Gloria is really fighting is for the truth itself, that a case can be solved, that we can look objectively back into the past and say, ‘This happened,'” Hawley said. “This idea that you would be presented with a reality that you fundamentally don’t believe in is something that I think a lot of people who live in other countries are more familiar with, but as Americans we’re really not.”

Who wins the war between facts and alternative facts will be revealed in the “Fargo” finale, but the casualties have been clear throughout the season. For now, we wait to see who else will join the list and pray, for the sake of our country, that Gloria is not among the fallen.

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What a Pinhead! Shia Labeouf Flies Into a Rage at Pinz Bowling Alley

What a Pinhead! Shia Labeouf Flies Into a Rage at Pinz Bowling Alley
Where Shia Labeouf goes, trouble follows. According to TMZ, the 30-year-old movie star was kicked out of a bowling alley Wednesday night after yelling at a staffer, calling him a "f--king racist." Labeouf was at Pinz in Studio City for three hours, where an eyewitness claims he was "pounding back beers." TMZ also reports the actor "got rowdy and started getting into a verbal altercation when the staff told him to leave." Pinz declined to comment when contacted by E! News Thursday. A fellow bowler recorded a video of Labeouf yelling at the staff member over French fries. "You f--king racist bitch. Don't talk to me!" he screamed. "You f--ked up!" Another video showed...
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Nadine Velazquez Talks History Channel's Six and Women's Empowerment

Chicago native Nadine Velazquez currently stars on History Channel's Six as Jackie Ortiz, the sassy and independent-minded wife of Buddha, a member of Navy Seal Team Six.

The show was recently picked up for a 10 episode second season. Velazquez's other credits include Sophia on Fxx's The League, Catalina on NBC's My Name is Earl and Emma Rios on TNT's Major Crimes.

She's also starred in films opposite Denzel Washington (Flight) and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (Snitch).

We had an opportunity to speak with Nadine about her role as Jackie, women's issues and her upcoming charity project, the Total Beauty Project.

If you haven't yet seen the show (what are you waiting for?!), you'll know that Jackie, like the rest of the Seal wives, is a strong, family-oriented woman who doesn't tolerate much of anything from her husband, Buddha.

It's one of the things that attracted Velazquez to the role.
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Blac Chyna Warns Fans About Her Hacked Instagram Account

Blac Chyna Warns Fans About Her Hacked Instagram Account
Looks like Blac Chyna has been hacked!

Days after sharing a cryptic Instagram post promising to get some things "off my chest" about fiancé Rob Kardashian, it appears Chyna has been hacked.

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On Saturday, the 28-year-old model took to Snapchat to warn her followers that her Instagram page had been hacked.

"Hey you guys, so my page was hacked, and I'm going to list my new Ig page below, so make sure you guys follow me back!" she told her followers. In another snap, she reiterated to fans that any posts recently published on her @blacchyna Instagram account were not published by her. "Just to let you know, that is not me on my Ig page, that's somebody that hacked me and somebody is really, really, really mad," she said.

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Abel Ferrara interview: Driller Killer, Bad Lieutenant, Body Snatchers

Ryan Lambie Nov 24, 2016

Maverick director Abel Ferrara talks to us about his career in movies, from Driller Killer to Bad Lieutenant and Body Snatchers...

When British distributor Vipco put out full-age ads depicting a particularly bloody scene from Driller Killer, the movie became an unwitting part of the 'video nasty' moral flap of the early 80s. Suddenly, director Abel Ferrara's low-budget, quick-and-dirty horror-arthouse-drama about a young artist going crazy in Manhattan was lumped in with such films as Cannibal Holocaust, Last House On The Left and the tawdry SS Experiment Camp.

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Banned from 1984 until 1999 (when it was released with nearly a minute of cuts), Driller Killer is about to get a restored, 4K edition courtesy of Arrow Films, which presents the original theatrical version
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Wags Miami Recap: Hencha Voigt and Vanessa Cole's Explosive Showdown Almost Turns Into a WWE Match

Another day, another dramatic incident… Wags Miami continued its explosive streak on Sunday night, but this time around Claudia Sampedro surprisingly wasn't the target. After her spat with Ashley Nicole Roberts in the Bahamas, Claudia decided to take a much-needed break from girl time to chill with her family. That decision was probably for the best because the fight that subsequently erupted between Hencha Voigt and Vanessa Cole at Ashley's birthday celebration was ugly and extremely petty. Moral of the story? Don't talk about Vanessa's man. Here's the 411 on what went down! In the aftermath of the Bimini blowup, Darnell Nicole met up...
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Charlie Puth Cancels the Rest of His "Don't Talk" Tour After Feeling "Extremely Sick"

Charlie Puth Cancels the Rest of His
Charlie Puth is putting the brakes on his "Don't Talk" tour. The "One Call Away" singer took to Twitter Sunday afternoon to share an important message with fans. After battling the flu earlier this month, Charlie announced that he needs to stop performing and recover away from the stage. "Unfortunately I have to cancel the remaining dates on my Don't Talk Tour. This is the last thing I want because I love being on the road performing and meeting every one of you," he wrote to his 826,000 followers. "You are the reason I can do what I love most for a living and I am so thankful." He continued, "I have been extremely sick pushing through these dates and...
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Jason Aldean Had 'Zero Malicious Intent' with Blackface Halloween Costume: 'People Are So Sensitive'

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Jason Aldean Had 'Zero Malicious Intent' with Blackface Halloween Costume: 'People Are So Sensitive'
Jason Aldean is no stranger to controversy and though he has made his peace with that, he would like to clear the air on a couple of topics. After photos surfaced online of Aldean in blackface, dressed as rapper Lil Wayne for Halloween last year, the singer caught a lot of heat for being insensitive. "In this day and age people are so sensitive that no matter what you do, somebody is going to make a big deal out of it," Aldean, 39, tells Billboard, speaking out on the subject for the first time. "Me doing that had zero malicious intent
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Editorial: 10 Things I Want To See In Stranger Things 2

Well, it’s official, Stranger Things’ second season will be upon us in 2017. So, I thought of some things I’d like to see for next season. Spoiler alert, I’m going to pretend like if you clicked this you’ve already watched the first season. Now then, let’s get into it.

1. Will becomes a monster. I don’t expect for the season to start with Will snacking on unsuspecting teenagers, but we all saw what he coughed up. He’s no longer of this dimension and when the time to kill him comes, I hope the group is up for it. We know who can’t be there: Joyce. When the world said “your son is dead”, she wouldn’t hear it. Try telling her your son is a monster.

There was no way he was going to be normal after they found him like this.

2. Would Dr.
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All Hell Breaks Lose at Shannon Beador's Rhoc '70s Party

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All Hell Breaks Lose at Shannon Beador's Rhoc '70s Party
In one of the most explosives episodes in the history of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Shannon Beador's throwback '70s theme party turned into an all out war, with Beader coming to blows with new Housewife Kelly Dodd and Beador's husband, David, calling Vicki Gunvalson "a f------ pig" and a "scumbag." The argument was so intense that Gunvalson phoned ex-boyfriend Brooks Ayers for backup, claiming, "Brooks put me in this goddamn situation." "Brooks it's Vicki," she said, leaving him a voice message. "David Beador says I'm a pig and I lied about you - that you didn't have cancer.
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All Hell Breaks Lose at Shannon Beador's Rhoc '70s Party

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All Hell Breaks Lose at Shannon Beador's Rhoc '70s Party
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