Watch Kylie Minogue Woo Sexy Suitors In The New Stop Me From Falling Remix Video!

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For a remix of her hit Stop Me From Falling, Miz Minogue tapped Cuban reggaeton duo Gente de Zona for a collaboration. As there’s now a new take on the song, Kylie dropped a new music video (above), which features the 49-year-old finding love all over the streets of Havana!

It’s the perfect blend of country and Latin flavor — and we’re so about it! Be sure to ch-ch-check it out for yourself!

Paula Patton & Her Young New Boyfriend Make Official Debut

Paula Patton & New Boyfriend Zachary Quittman First Public Appearance

Actress Paula Patton and her new real estate agent boyfriend Zachary Quittman have stepped out officially as a couple for the first time.

The pair walked the red carpet together at the premiere of her new movie Traffikin Hollywood on April 19. Testing the waters the day before, the pair were spotted out and about holding hands in New York City.

“He is an amazing human and he just makes me so happy. I’m in love,” Patton gushed on Live With Kelly and Ryan.“He’s the first boyfriend I have had since I got divorced.”

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Patton ended her 10-year marriage with her serial cheater husband, Robin Thicke, in 2014.

“When you know, you know,” she explained. “I’m 42 years old and I know now. I did a lot of soul-searching, trust me.”

Quittman’s situation, it turns out, is a lot more complicated.

As Radar reported first, the 30-year-old realtor insists his marriage is over, despite reports he’s still very much with his ex.

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“Well, technically we are still married,” he told Radar in an exclusive interview. “But I’m separated, and have been for a while now.”

Quittman also made it clear that he had already parted ways with his wife well before he met Patton, who he reportedly is living with in L.A.

“My marriage was completely finished before I moved on,” he said. “That’s the truth.”

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Jenelle Evans & David Eason RIP Co-Star Leah Over Daughter’s Makeup In Epic Rant

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It’s war! After David Eason slammed Leah Messer for allowing her 8-year-old daughter to wear makeup at a cheerleading competition, Jenelle Evans came to her husband’s defense in a heated rant. Click through to go inside the epic Teen Mom 2 feud!

Watch Prince’s Final Moments Alive – And His Death Scene – Caught In Shocking Video

Prince’s dead body was caught on camera in shocking video footage released by investigators on Thursday, RadarOnline.com has learned.

In the video above, the ‘Little Red Corvette’ singer’s body – which has been censored – is seen slumped outside of the elevator within his Paisley Park home in Minnesota.

As his body lies dead on the floor, Prince’s prized possessions are seen in the footage, including his platinum and gold album certifications hung on the walls. Right outside of the location where he died, the word “Elevate” is painted on the wall.

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The video was released by Carver County authorities in Minnesota on Thursday after a press conference was held delivering the bombshell news that investigators would not be carrying out any criminal charges in the singer’s death.

Carver County Attorney Mark Metz explained the investigation resulted in officials learning that Prince “unknowingly” took prescribed Vicodin pills that had been laced with Fentanyl.

As Radar previously reported, a toxicology report showed Prince was found with “excessively high” levels of Fentanyl in his body at the time of his death.

Additionally, another eerie video of the late singer shows one of Prince’s final moments walking in and out of a doctor’s office.

Shown above, Prince is dressed in all black from head to toe, complete with a dark hat and gloves. His face appears pale as he enters his doctor’s office with his longtime friend and bodyguard, Kirk Johnson, behind him.

Prince showed no emotion in the footage and left the medical offices empty-handed and walking at a normal speed. The videos were released at the same time as never-before-seen photos from inside of his home documenting the star possessed a secret stash of hidden pills and cash.

What do you think of the shocking footage? Sound off in the comments.

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Michael B. Jordan Stopped Dying Onscreen Because It Upset His Mother

Michael B. Jordan made a decision to choose roles where he wouldn’t die onscreen to spare his mother’s feelings.
The Black Panther star admitted in an interview with Denzel Washington for The New York Times that his mother Donna would get so upset about such parts that he actively changed direction with his movie career, only picking roles where he survived.
Michael had his epiphany after his mother became “super emotional” when she was on set for his death scene on HBO show The Wire.
“When I shot my death scene in The Wire, she was on set. And the (production assistants) kept coming to me and saying: ‘You may want to check on your mom,’” the 31-year-old actor told the news outlet. “I go see her, and she’s sitting there bawling. I’m just a kid. I’m going, ‘Come on, Ma. You’re embarrassing me.’ And after Fruitvale Station I was like, ‘Man, this is really affecting her.’”
After that he took on roles in films such as Fantastic Four, Creed and That Awkward Moment where he didn’t die, not solely to make his mom happy, but also because he wants to inspire people through his work.
“I want people to see me win,” he insisted. “I want audiences to see me ending up on top — not dying.”
The handsome actor admitted that he looks to stars such as Denzel, Will Smith, and Leonardo DiCaprio as he also wants to be considered a leading man in Hollywood. And with roles in Creed II, the sequel to the hit Rocky reboot, and the TV adaptation of Ray Bradbury classic Fahrenheit 451 alongside Michael Shannon, it shouldn’t be a hard sell. But he credited his success to both luck and being choosy about the roles he takes on.
“Those are the roles I was lucky enough to get. Ryan (Coogler) and I have worked together three times, and I have a really close relationship with him,” he explained. “But I said no to lots of other things with other people in-between. They weren’t right. Personally, I think you’re defined by what you say no to.”

Benedict Cumberbatch ‘felt Like A 12-year-old’ During Doctor Strange Costume Fitting

Benedict Cumberbatch was giddy with excitement when he first tried on his Doctor Strange costume.
The British actor first played the Marvel Comics character in the film of the same name in 2016, and has reprised the role in Avengers: Infinity War, which hits cinemas worldwide from the 25 April. Benedict appears on Friday’s episode of Britain’s The Graham Norton Show, and during his chat with host Graham, he recalled the day he donned his superhero outfit for the first time.
“There was a moment. I remember when I put on the whole thing and looked in the mirror and just started laughing like a 12-year-old,” he shared. “It was my superhero moment!”
In the flick, the 41-year-old stars alongside a huge ensemble cast including Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson and Robert Downey Jr., who, along with directors Joe and Anthony Russo, recently took to Twitter and pleaded with fans to keep details of the plot under wraps so as not to spoil the movie for those seeing it for the first time.
Benedict insisted that he was also on board with the secrecy, and refused to share details about his particular role in the cinematic story.
“I was allowed to read the whole script so I do know what is happening, but I can’t tell you about it,” he teased. “What I can say is that I am helping the world and worlds beyond it – potentially.”
However, when Graham queried whether Doctor Strange, or any of the other numerous superheroes that feature, could face death in the third Avengers installment, the Sherlock star merely shrugged and said: “Let that rumor take flight. This film is so shrouded in secrecy.”

Police Release Video Of Prince Death Scene

Police have released shocking video footage showing Prince’s dead body following the end of the investigation into his death.
The Purple Rain hitmaker was found unresponsive by an elevator in his Paisley Park home and recording studio in Minnesota, and subsequently pronounced dead, at the age of 57, in April, 2016.
On Thursday, the Carver County Sheriff’s Department announced it was closing the case and no criminal charges would be filed, and released all materials collected during the almost two-year investigation into his death.
The evidence included video footage showing Prince lying on his back in front of the elevator. Most news outlets have obscured the image, but TMZ.com reports there were two patches on his body – one on his leg and one his arm – which had been placed there when emergency responders tried to revive him.
The video was taken by a police officer as he documented the room that Prince was found in. The room was adorned with his records on the walls and featured sun, star and moon images on a blue carpet. A large Prince symbol appears on a rug on the floor between two purple sofas.
Other documents include images of the prescription pill bottles around the home, inside his music vault, and video of the singer visiting Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg with his assistant Kirk Johnson the day before he died.
Prince died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, with experts calling the amount of the opioid in his blood “exceedingly high”. He did not have a prescription for the drug, and Carver County Attorney Mark Metz said Thursday there was no evidence to suggest he knowingly took it, adding that counterfeit Vicodin pills found at his home tested positive for fentanyl.