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      Clare Crawley is breaking her silence on her shocking split from Dale Moss. As it turns out, the Bachelorette says she was as shocked as the rest of us. In a statement on Instagram, she said she learned of the split from the internet.

      "I was made aware of a 'mutual' statement at the same time you all were, so I've needed some time to really digest this," she began. "Speaking for myself, my intentions with this relationship have always been very clear, so the truth is I am crushed."

      "This was not what I expected or hoped for and am still trying to process this," she continued. "2020 was one hell of a year, with COVID, battling severe anxiety post-show, balancing a public new relationship, all while slowly losing my mother. It hasn't been ideal circumstances, but that is life right. I have been looking forward to the light at the end of the tunnel."

      Concluding, she acknowledged their "relationship was not perfect," but said she "was genuinely invested with all of my heart."

      "I may not have all the answers, but I do know this — I will continue to show up, stand by my word, and be committed to love," she wrote. "XO Clare."

      The pair got engaged after a whirlwind courtship on the ABC show, and she exited early, to be replaced by Tayshia Adams.

      Meanwhile, E! is reporting that Moss has been cheating on Crawley with an unnamed woman. A source told People of their split: "Clare feels blindsided by the split. She genuinely thought they could make things work and after everything she's been through, she can't believe she's in this place again."


      Ready or not, Olivia Jade is back! Her mother Lori Loughlin has served her two months in prison, and her father Mossimo Giannulli is currently serving his five months behind bars … and after appearing on Red Table Talk with Jada Pinkett Smith, daughter Willow, and mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris to explain her role in the college admission scandal, Olivia clearly feels that her virtual time in celeb jail is up.

      The influencer teased her return on IG, with a shot of herself in a bikini crawling toward a Corona and her fans applauded her return. "Yasss finally queen!!!" one person wrote. "We are not worthy," shared another. "I AM COUNTING DOWN THE MINUTES," posted a third.

      When the vlog went up, before going into her usual spiel, Olivia addressed the elephant in the room. Kind of.

      Olivia said: "This is so crazy! Welcome back to my new YouTube channel. I hope you all had a great holiday season, I hope you're preparing for the New Year, I hope you guys had an amazing New Year's Eve. I am excited because I obviously haven't filmed in a really long time. And um I am just grateful to be back on YouTube and I'm excited for you to watch this video. I wanted to film this little intro part just because I didn't want for me to just restart the vlog and like not address anything. I obviously did my Red Table Talk interview and I think if you have any questions for me or you have anything to say, or you're like, why are you back, you can go watch that interview out, because I feel like I disclosed what I had to say there."

      On RTT, she admitted that she's "the poster child of white privilege," she blamed her ignorance on living in a bubble where massive financial donations to universities were considered normal. Her parents shelled out $500K in bribes to get her and her sister into University of Southern California.


      Chrissy Teigen has had a whirl-wind few days. She headed to Washington D.C. with her kids Luna and Miles to watch husband John Legend perform at Joe Biden's inauguration, asked the president to follow her back on Twitter, and actually got a followback, and then … she lost her tooth eating a Fruit Roll-Up.

      The 35-year-old model and cookbook author tweeted: "I just lost my tooth in a Fruit Roll-Up."

      When one commenter asked it was a real tooth or a cap, she replied, "Cap :( but I loved him like he was a real tooth."


      Saved by the Bell star Dustin Diamond has completed his first round of chemo, his team says. Diamond is reportedly fighting stage 4 small cell carcinoma, which has metastasized in his lungs. The 44-year-old will be scheduling a second round soon and is planning to begin physical therapy.

      His team told TMZ that he is in good spirits. His former Saved by the Bell co-stars Mario Lopez and Tiffani Thiessen have sent him messages of love and support. He was not part of the Saved by the Bell reboot, a decision he has railed against. The reboot was just given a second season.


      Luann de Lesseps is firing back at reports that she has risked the health of cast and crew on Real Housewives of New York by partying maskless. The 55-year-old was photographed at a birthday party indoors in Florida with pals, sans mask. Real Housewives of Miami stars Marysol Patton and Alexia Echevarria were also there.

      RHONY filming has been shut down because a castmate (unnamed) has COVID.

      De Lesseps tells Page Six that party-goers had to provide a negative COVID test to attend the party. "I took the mask off for some photos," she told us. "Knowing everyone had tested negative, I felt comfortable doing that."

      She says she will quarantine when she returns to New York.


      VICTORIA LARSON'S DARK PAST RESURFACES: Bachelor contestant Victoria Larson, the self-dubbed "queen" of Matt James' season has a rather tawdry past. In a resurfaced police report, it seems the 27-year-old was arrested in 2012 for shoplifting groceries in Florida. Several of the items were cosmetics. She was released on bail after two days in jail and later accepted a plea deal.

      DAVE CHAPPELLE TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19: According to TMZ, Dave Chappelle has tested positive for COVID-19. According to his rep, Chappelle is quarantines but hasn't experienced any symptoms yet. The comedian performed in Austin, Texas on Wednesday (January 20th). He has now cancelled the rest of his upcoming shows.

      KYLIE JENNER RESPONDS TO SHOWER DRAG: Kylie Jenner took to IG Stories to share a video of her at-home shower after a video of her shower at work prompted widespread mockery for its low pressure. "If you don't know what I'm talking about, I posted a video of my shower at my headquarters, my offices, which I love," she said of the pink marble, walk-in shower. "I think it's an amazing shower, I have no problem with it. But everyone seems to find my water pressure very concerning." To soothe everyone's concerns, she shared a video of her high-powered shower at home. "Thank you everyone for your concern," Jenner joked.

      LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA TOASTS AMANDA GORMAN: Lin-Manuel Miranda popped up on Good Morning America, where Amanda Gorman was being interviewed following her recitation of "The Hill We Climb," which referenced his Hamilton musical, at President Joe Biden's inauguration. He said: "Congrats again on yesterday. The right words in the right order can change the world. You proved that yesterday with your brilliant piece. I'm so incredibly proud of you and I can't wait to see what you write next. Keep changing the world, one word at a time. You smashed it!"

      JOSH HARNETT WELCOMES THIRD CHILD WITH TAMSIN EGERTON: Josh Harnett has three children, he tells Mr. Porter, noting that Tamsin Egerton welcomed their third in late 2019. The pair largely stay out of the spotlight. "The thing I am most proud of is that I'm a father of three and I have a good relationship with my partner and a great family life," he tells the outlet, "and I'm still able to do good work and, as I've got older, the characters have become more interesting."


      BRIDGERTON RENEWED: Surprising no one, Bridgerton has been renewed for a second season on Netflix. The Shondaland series, a Regency-era Gossip Girl style show, has been a mega-hit. Lord Anthony Bridgerton, played by Jonathan Bailey, will "dominate the social season." The program reached an estimated 63 million homes in its first four weeks.

      MA RAINEY'S NAMED BEST FILM BY BLACK FILM CRITICS CIRCLE: George C. Wolfe's Netflix production Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, has been named best film by the Black Film Critics Circle. It also snagged best actor for Chadwick Boseman, best actress for Viola Davis and best adapted screenplay for Ruben Santiago-Hudson. The film is an adaptation of August Wilson's 1984 play of the same name. Other winners: One Night in Miami's Regina King (best director, in a tie), Leslie Odom, Jr. (best supporting actor) and cast (best ensemble); Nomadland's Chloe Zhao (best director, in a tie); Minari's Yuh-Jung Youn (best supporting actress) and script (best original screenplay); Tenet (best cinematography); Time (best documentary); Soul (best animated film); and Ivory Coast's Night of the Kings (best foreign film).

      INDEPENDENT SPIRIT AWARDS BREAKS TRADITION: The pandemic has upended everything, including when the Film Independent Spirit Awards will take place. They will now be held on Thursday, April 22nd, instead of the night before the Oscars, which are set to go on Sunday, April 25th. Nominees will be announced Tuesday, January 26th.

      VICE SNAGS THE TOXIC PIGS: Vice has picked up the rights to Valparaiso Pictures' doc The Toxic Pigs of Fukushima by The Eagle Huntress filmmaker Otto Bell. The film follows what happened after the Great East Japan Earthquate of 2011, which trigged a tsunami.