Kate Hudson has no problem being romantically linked to Brad Pitt – even if it’s not true! On Tuesday’s Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, the 38-year-old actress responded to the tabloid reports that she and Angelina Jolie’s estranged husband were once an item earlier this year. “That was the craziest rumor of all time,” she mused. “There’s nothing true to that. As a matter of fact, I hadn’t actually seen him in, like, four years.” That being said, Hudson added that this was one false…
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Sam Smith is done with hiding. In a new interview with The Sunday Times, the 25-year-old singer opened up about embracing his sexuality and gender identity.
“I don’t know what the title would be, but I feel just as much woman as I am man,” he explained, talking about his love for dressing in heels (“I love a heel. I’ve got loads of heels at home.”).
“There was one moment in my life where I didn’t own a piece of male clothing, really. I would wear full make-up every day in school, eyelashes, leggings with Dr. Martens and huge fur coats, for 2.5 years,” he said.
When asked if he considers himself a cisgender male (meaning he associates with the sex he was assigned at birth), he showed two Venus symbols on his fingers.
“I got an MRI and thank God I did, because it turned out I had a very sizable brain tumor in my left frontal lobe. And three days later I was in surgery having it removed,” Walsh tells Cosmopolitan, revealing her diagnosis for the first time.
The TV star says the first signs that something wasn’t right were subtle, and she suspected that she might just be menopausal. “My pilates instructor said, ‘Hey, your right side is dipping,’ and it didn’t feel like I was off, but I looked down and could see it,” she recalls. “Then when I was driving, I started swerving into the right lane. The exhaustion got to the point where I could drink five cups of coffee and still not feel awake or clear.”
That’s when the symptoms started to get worse. “I started having more cognitive difficulties,” she shares. “It felt like aphasia, but it wasn’t just not being able to find words; I would lose my train of thought, I wasn’t able to finish sentences, and that was when I got really alarmed.”