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Stacy London 'Finds Peace' by Unblocking People on Social Media After Clinton Kelly Calls Her Out for Blocking Him

Stacy London 'Finds Peace' by Unblocking People on Social Media After Clinton Kelly Calls Her Out for Blocking Him
What Not to Wear‘s Stacy London is living by that “new year, new me” motto by unblocking some of her social media followers in an effort to forgive and “let things go.”

The stylist revealed in an Instagram post that she’s been thinking a lot about forgiveness lately and decided to let go of grudges. “It occurred to me that taking action like blocking people in order to feel some sense of control over other’s actions is a waste of my time.”

She continued: “I can’t stop people from the way they behave. I can’t
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Daphne Oz Shares Sweet Photo Shoot Featuring 4-Week-Old Daughter Domenica Celine

Daphne Oz Shares Sweet Photo Shoot Featuring 4-Week-Old Daughter Domenica Celine
They grow up so fast!

To celebrate her daughter Domenica Celine turning 4 weeks old, Daphne Oz shared sweet snaps from a recent photo shoot exclusively with People.

In the pictures, which were shot at the former The Chew co-host’s parents’ home in Florida and taken by her sister Arabella, the mother and daughter share some alone time as Oz cradles her baby in her arms and cuddles up beside her on a bed.

“The first month always goes fast and slow for me — so many sleepless nights, but also New Baby Smell!!” Oz tells People. “Domenica is such a good baby,
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Mario Batali Spotted Out for the First Time After Sexual Misconduct Accusations and Botched Apology

Mario Batali Spotted Out for the First Time After Sexual Misconduct Accusations and Botched Apology
Mario Batali was spotted in public for the first time since five women came forward to accuse the celebrity chef of sexual misconduct.

The 57-year-old headed out for lunch in New York City on Wednesday, wearing his signature look of fleece vest and shorts. However, he swapped out his signature Crocs for a pair of grey-and-orange Yeezys. Batali covered up in a baseball cap, sunglasses and a black scarf.

The chef has withdrawn from his businesses and been fired from ABC’s The Chew after four women accused him of “inappropriate touching in a pattern of behavior that spans at
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Mario Batali's Apology for Sexual Misconduct Includes Recipe for Delicious Cinnamon Rolls

As if being fired from a high-profile TV gig for sexual misconduct wasn't disgraceful enough, Mario Batali just had to add a cherry on top. Actually, it was cinnamon rolls, but you get the idea.

The Chew, which had featured Batali since it started in 2011, told the chef to pack up his Crocs and hit

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Mario Batali Ignites Criticism After Apologizing to Fans for Sexual Misconduct With a Cinnamon Roll Recipe

Mario Batali Ignites Criticism After Apologizing to Fans for Sexual Misconduct With a Cinnamon Roll Recipe
Fans are wishing Mario Batali's apology didn't come with a side of anything. 

The former Chew co-host sent what appeared to be a heartfelt apology about the sexual misconduct allegations against him, before bizarrely suggesting a recipe for a "holiday-inspired breakfast." 

"As many of you know, this week there has been some news coverage about some of my past behavior," Batali began. "I have made many mistakes and I am so very sorry that I have disappointed my friends, my family, my fans and my team. My behavior was wrong and there are no excuses. I take full responsibility." 

"I will work every day to regain your respect and trust," he concluded his statement, before attaching a recipe for pizza dough cinnamon rolls.

Batali's followers quickly took to social media to criticize his post, with Whitney Cummings writing, "If you make the cinnamon rolls Mario Batali included in his 'apology,' I am interested
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Mario Batali Issues Sexual Misconduct Apology… Along With a Tasty Holiday Recipe

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Mario Batali Issues Sexual Misconduct Apology… Along With a Tasty Holiday Recipe
Here, enjoy this apology for sexual assault with a side of sugary breakfast treats. Mario Batali issued an apology for the sexual misconduct accusations recently posed against him via an online newsletter sent out on Friday, but it was accompanied by an odd attachment: a link to his recipe for Pizza Dough Cinnamon Rolls. Following his termination from “The Chew,” the celebrity chef acknowledged his “many mistakes” and apologized for disappointing “my friends, my family, my fans and my team.” Also Read: Mario Batali Out at 'The Chew' After Review of Sexual Misconduct Accusations Against Him “My behavior was wrong and there are.
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Mario Batali Includes Cinnamon Roll Recipe in Sexual Misconduct Apology

Mario Batali Includes Cinnamon Roll Recipe in Sexual Misconduct Apology
Mario Batali has come under fire for a printed apology over his "wrong" behavior, which included a link to a recipe and was issued soon after ABC announced it had fired him from The Chew after he was accused of sexual misconduct, for which he apologized in a previous statement. The celebrity chef's newsletter that was sent to fans on Friday contained the following message: "As many of you know, this week there has been some news coverage about some of my past behavior. I have made many mistakes and I am so very sorry that I have disappointed my friends, my family, my fans and my team. My behavior was wrong and there are no excuses. I take full responsibility. Sharing...
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Mario Batali Slammed for Including a Cinnamon Roll Recipe in Sexual Misconduct Apology

Mario Batali Slammed for Including a Cinnamon Roll Recipe in Sexual Misconduct Apology
Mario Batali came under fire again on Friday when he apologized for his bad behavior amid multiple accusations of sexual misconduct in a newsletter to fans that included a recipe for pizza dough cinnamon rolls.

The 57-year-old celebrity chef has withdrawn from his businesses and been fired from ABC’s The Chew after four women accused Batali of “inappropriate touching in a pattern of behavior that spans at least two decades” in an Eater story published Monday.

“As many of you know, this week there has been some news coverage about some of my past behavior,” Batali wrote on Friday.
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Disgraced Chef Mario Batali Apologizes…With Pizza Dough Cinnamon Rolls

Mario Batali, fired this week from ABC’s The Chew after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment, apologized to fans and followers of his email subscriber list yesterday, blasting out a “no excuses” statement that, bizarrely concluded with a recipe for a “holiday-inspired breakfast”: Pizza Dough Cinnamon Rolls. The message started predictably enough. “As many of you know, this week there has been some news coverage about some of my past behavior,” Batali wrote. “I…
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Mario Batali Apologizes for Sexual Misconduct, Includes Holiday Recipe

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Mario Batali Apologizes for Sexual Misconduct, Includes Holiday Recipe
Mario Batali takes the cake -- or, in this case, pizza dough -- for most tone deaf response to sexual battery allegations. Batali sent out an email blast Friday evening to his fans in which he acknowledged "some news coverage about some of my past behavior." Multiple women have accused the celeb chef of groping, exposing himself and other forms of sexual misconduct, and ABC canned him from "The Chew." In the email, he apologized to fans and admitted,
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The Chew: ABC Fires Mario Batali After Sexual Misconduct Review

And then there were three. After a leave of absence and a review, ABC has fired Chef Mario Batali from The Chew. The daytime TV show already lost another of its original hosts -- Daphne Oz -- prior to the start of the current seventh season on ABC. Batali's termination comes in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations levied against him, as reported earlier this week. The Alphabet Network does note: "...we remain unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving him," on their series, in its statement (see below). A cooking and lifestyle TV show, The Chew premiered on ABC on September 26, 2011, with Batali and Oz co-hosting with Michael Symon, Carla Hall, and Clinton Kelly. When Oz decided to leave after the sixth season, the production did not replace her. Even before this recent trouble, Batali seemed
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Mario Batali Fired From The Chew Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Celebrity chef Mario Batali has been fired from ABC's The Chew after several women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct. Eight women have accused him of inappropriate behavior including groping and making unwanted advances. On Thursday evening, ABC announced that he had been let go from

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Mario Batali Fired From ABC's 'The Chew' Amid Sexual Misconduct Claims

Mario Batali has been fired as co-host of ABC's daytime talk show The Chew after women have continued to come forward with sexual harassment and assault allegations against the celebrity chef. 

"Upon completing its review into the allegations made against Mario Batali, ABC has terminated its relationship with him and he will no longer appear on The Chew," said a spokesperson. Batali, who has appeared on the food-themed show since it launched six years ago, stepped away after allegations were first published on Monday, with ABC launching a review. "While we remain unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving...
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Mario Batali Fired by The Chew in Wake of Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Mario Batali Fired by The Chew in Wake of Sexual Misconduct Allegations
ABC has officially severed ties with Mario Batali, three days after a shocking report revealed that four women had accused The Chew co-host of sexual misconduct.

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The following is a statement from ABC in which the network confirms that — despite being “unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving” Batali — he will no longer be seen on The Chew:

Upon completing its review into the allegations made against Mario Batali, ABC has terminated its relationship with him and he will no longer appear on The Chew.
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Mario Batali Fired From ‘The Chew’ After Sexual Misconduct Investigation

ABC has ended its relationship with Mario Batali, the veteran celebrity chef who had been on indefinite leave from The Chew since Monday following allegations of sexual misconduct. The network today made that split permanent, even though it noted that “we remain unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving him.” “Upon completing its review into the allegations made against Mario Batali, ABC has terminated its relationship with him and he will no longer appear…
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Mario Batali Fired From The Chew Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Mario Batali Fired From The Chew Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations
ABC has fired Mario Batali from The Chew three days after sexual misconduct allegations were levied against the celebrity chef.  A statement shared Thursday via The Chew's Facebook page and attributed to an ABC spokesperson said, "Upon completing its review into the allegations made against Mario Batali, ABC has terminated its relationship with him and he will no longer appear on The Chew. While we remain unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving him and anyone affiliated with our show, ABC takes matters like this very seriously as we are committed to a safe work environment and his past behavior violates our standards of conduct." Earlier this week, Batali announced he was...
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Actresses Will Reportedly Wear Black to the Golden Globes to Protest Harassment in Hollywood

Actresses Will Reportedly Wear Black to the Golden Globes to Protest Harassment in Hollywood
Expect to see a lot of black on the red carpet at the 2018 Golden Globes.

Many prominent actresses (including nominees Jessica Chastain, Meryl Streep and Emma Stone) will be wearing black gowns to the awards show early next year to protest sexual harassment in Hollywood, according to multiple reports. The trend will start at the Globes on Jan. 7 and may continue throughout awards season.

Et has reached out to Hollywood Foreign Press Association reps for comment.

Actresses haven't been shy about speaking out against sexual misconduct in Hollywood. Though the storm started with allegations of decades of sexual harassment and assault by Harvey Weinstein, James Toback, Jeffrey Tambor, Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner, Louis C.K., Russell Simmons, Dustin Hoffman and Adam Venit have all made headlines for claims of sexual misconduct.

While speaking with Et last month, Chastain opened up about the recent string of scandals, revealing that she thinks the problem is "more than just about gender."

“It's
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Mario Batali Out at ‘The Chew’ After Review of Sexual Misconduct Accusations Against Him

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Mario Batali Out at ‘The Chew’ After Review of Sexual Misconduct Accusations Against Him
It’s official — Mario Batali no longer has a place at the table on “The Chew.”

An ABC spokesperson told TheWrap on Thursday that the celebrity chef after a review of the allegations made against him. “Upon completing its review into the allegations made against Mario Batali, ABC has terminated its relationship with him and he will no longer appear on ‘The Chew,'” the spokesperson said.

“While we remain unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving him and anyone affiliated with our show, ABC takes matters like this very seriously.
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Mario Batali Fired From ‘The Chew’ In The Midst Of Sexual Harassment Allegations

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Celebrity chef Mario Batali has been fired from ABC’s “The Chew” after earlier being suspended from the daytime show, in addition to being suspended from his global restaurant empire, B&B Hospitality Group, due to sexual harassment allegations made by former employees. According to a statement issued by the network on Thursday. “Upon completing its review […]
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