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Back in July, Robert Pattinson told Howard Stern that he and his then fiancé FKA Twigs were actually just “kind of” engaged, and it looks like he meant it.

The Sun reported on Thursday that Pattinson and Twigs have called off their engagement and broken up after three years of dating.

A source told The Sun that the couple simply began spending less time together and gradually drifted apart during the last few months of their relationship. “Rob is tired of it, has called off their engagement and told friends they have split,” the source said. “With so much history between them, though, there are still strong feelings there…. It’s a difficult situation but thing have become tough between them for some time and they both know they were no longer working as a couple.”

Rumors that the couple had called it quits were further provoked when FKA Twigs was spotted in August without her engagement ring.

Per the Daily Mail, around the same time FKA Twigs engaged in suggestive hair snuggling with a French model.

[The Sun]


It took me three tries to realize “bump” referred to their pregnant family members. First I thought they spent a night not doing small amounts of drugs. Then that their faces must be free of blemishes. But no, just some abysmal headlining.

[People]


Jane Fonda looks magnificent in this reportedly unretouched cover shot for Town & Country.

[THR]


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  • Quiara Alegría Hudes, co-author with Lin-Manuel Miranda of “In the Heights,” demanded that Weinstein surrender film rights to the musical. [Vulture]
  • Tom Hanks, who never worked with Harvey Weinstein, weighs in on the scandal: “Somebody great said this, either Winston Churchill, Immanuel Kant or Oprah: ‘When you become rich and powerful, you become more of what you already are.’” [THR]
  • Anthony Bourdain is officially hogging the mic and I’m tired of it. [Page Six]