BETHENNY FRANKEL SAYS REALITY TV ISN’T REAL: In a Manhattan court on Monday, Bethenny Frankel admitted that appearances on her hit reality show Real Housewives of New York City can be deceiving. She is embroiled in an ugly custody battle with her ex Jason Hoppy. “[It’s] a show you shoot for seven days to get 40 minutes. I can never specifically say that’s what happened. Even if you have a transcript, it might not be what I said,” Frankel said, when questioned by Hoppy’s lawyer about statements she made. The judge, Michael Katz, agreed, Page Six reports. “I do think it is bizarre [to ask about the show],” he said. “We are taking this reality television show that was meant for entertainment value and supplanting testimony.”

AMY SCHUMER CELEBRATES MOTHER’S DAY WITH POSTPARTUM SHOT: Amy Schumer shared a Mother’s Day post fans actually wanted to see. The comedian kept it real with a shot that shows her grimacing while hooked up to machinery, sitting in the bathroom. In the foreground, her sister Kim Caramele holds her newborn, whom she welcomed on May 5th with husband Chris Fischer

JENNIFER LAWRENCE WEARS PINK WEDDING DRESS TO ENGAGEMENT PARTY: Over the weekend, Jennifer Lawrence celebrated her recent engagement to art gallerist Cook Maroney in New York City. While the details are under wraps, her stylists, Jill Lincoln and Jordan Johnson, shared a snap of J. Law in a beautifyl pink wedding dress by L. Wells Bridal for the occasion. She accessorized the look with Casadei shoes, Fred Leighton jewels and a Roger Vivier bag. 

MAISIE WILLIAMS GET REAL ABOUT HER MENTAL HEALTH JOURNEY: Maisie Williams is opening up her mental health, and how she has managed to from “hating” herself to just “trying to be who” she actually is. "Last year, in my own personal life, I think I just went through a lot of real revelations where I was like I'm not very happy doing this and pretending everything was fine. And so, that wasn't a public thing but after going through that, now I've sort of tried to be a lot more genuine and it just becomes a lot more relaxing after that I think," she told host Fearne Cotton on the Happy Place podcast. "You just drop it all and that's when you can really have fun."