TYLER CAMERON AND GIGI HADID ARE DONE: Bachelorette alum Tyler Cameron is a bachelor once more. After a high-profile romance with Gigi Hadid, the pair reportedly split. One of the last events they were spotted at together was the Zendaya x Tommy Hilfiger fashion show in September. Since then, Hadid has been walking the Paris catwalks (and escorting crashers off the runway), and Cameron has been serving as a bartender on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
ANGELINA JOLIE REUNITES WITH SON MADDOX: Angelina Jolie reunited with her son Maddox at the premiere of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Wednesday. The 18-year-old enrolled at Yonsei University in South Korea this fall, but made time for his 44-year-old mom’s red carpet moment in Japan. Her 14-year-old daughter Zahara was also on hand.
WENDY WILLIAMS TO PAY KEVIN HUNTER $250K? Daytime mogul Wendy Williams has to shell out $250,000 to help her estranged husband Kevin Hunter buy a new home while their divorce plays out in the courts, Page Six reports. According to court docs, Hunter will have to vacate their Livingston, N.J., home, which was put up for sale over the summer. Williams’ apartment costs $15,000 per month, Page Six reports. Williams filed for divorce in April after it was revealed that Hunter had a baby with his mistress Sharina Hudson.
MADELAINE PETSCH SAYS RIVERDALE HELPED HER UNDERSTAND BULLYYING: Riverdale’s Madelaine Petsch tells Seventeen that she hasn’t always been as confident—or mean—as her fan-fave character Cheryl Bloom. "I've learned the mindset of the people who bullied me very well because Cheryl's been a bully on the show," the 25-year-old explained. "I've learned that the people who've made the most fun of me as a kid probably had their own s–t that they were going through. And so, they were taking it out on other people. And that breaks my heart." The show has also helped her embrace her red hair. "Finally, my hair and I have a great relationship," Petsch said. "And when fans tell me they're being bullied, I remind them that the things they're being bullied for now are the things that make them unique. When you get older, those things are going to make you stand out."