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Entertainment this week

It was a crazy week in Entertainment with Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry and the worlds most hated couple taking center stage.

Rob has all the details you need to know it this weeks Entertainment Week in Review.

Sofia Vergara's selfie ban

Sofia Vergara hates selfies.

The 'Modern Family' actress doesn't mind striking a pose on the red carpet, but insists she never looks good when she takes photographs of herself.

The 43-year-old star said: "I hate selfies. I always feel I like I look awful. My son [Manolo] was telling me that I need to hold [the phone] high, not low, and that's why it wasn't working. I need to sit down and practice."

The Colombian beauty recently launched her new perfume, Love, and says her fiancé Joe Manganiello is a huge fan of the scent, which she plans to wear on their wedding day in November.

She said: "He loves it. When I met Joe, I was wearing my first perfume, Sofia. He always loves when I put it on because it reminds him of the beginning of our relationship."

While Sofia admits she is "obsessed" with beauty products, she doesn't ever let Joe, 38, see her wearing a face mask.

She explained to PEOPLE magazine: "There are things that I don't think you should do outside your bathroom.

"I have a cream for the eyes when it's winter, one for when it's mid-summer. Any cream that claims it's going to make you look younger, I buy it."

Gomez's control over image

Selena Gomez thinks social media has given her "more control" over her image.

The 23-year-old star, who shared a photograph of herself in a swimsuit on Instagram, with the caption "there's more to love," after being criticized for gaining weight earlier this year, says "those posts are very intentional."

She explained: "I don't want them [the critics] to win. It's not fair for them to try to control my life. Yeah, I'm insecure sometimes, but so is everybody. Yeah, I made mistakes, but so does everybody. I get a little upset - not upset, but just passionate - about that. I want to be heard, and I don't want people to see those comments and think they can bring people down, because it's not right."

But the 'Good For You' hitmaker insists she doesn't take herself too seriously.

She said: "I know I post pictures when I feel good or look good in an outfit, but in reality, I'm not going to be posing like that as I'm walking down the street, and you can Google horrible pictures of me. You can find them everywhere. I don't care. Social media is a place to have fun and put your perspective online."

Meanwhile, Selena admits she used to be very self-conscious about her vocal ability.

She told the November issue of Flare magazine: "I'm not the best singer - like, I know I'm not Céline Dion. Ever since I was 16, I've had this lower register, what I thought was a very manly voice, and I was insecure about that. But once I started acting more, I realized it was an asset, and I didn't want to force myself to aim for the highest note possible. My strength is translating emotion, because I'm such a feeler."

Oldman finalizes divorce

Gary Oldman's divorce from Alexandra Edenborough has been finalized.

The 'Dark Knight' star, who separated from his fourth wife in 2014 after six years of marriage, has reportedly agreed to pay the 36-year-old singer-songwriter $3.3 million as part of their settlement.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Maren Nelson signed off on their divorce on Tuesday (09.29.15), and the 57-year-old star, who is the highest-grossing actor in film history, will keep their two homes and multiple cars, according to court documents.

The former couple got married on New Year's Eve in 2008, but quietly split last year and Alexandra filed for divorce in January, citing irreconcilable differences.

Shortly before they separated, Gary - who was also previously married to Lesley Manville, Uma Thurman and Donya Fiorentino, admitted that he "wasn't proud" to have married four times but hoped Alexandra would be his last wife.

He said: "Practice makes perfect. Isn't that what they say? I'm not proud that this is my fourth marriage. But this is a good one. Hopefully, my last one."

He later insisted their split was amicable in a statement, saying: "Alex and I had several great years together, and we shared a great love during that time; but there is big difference in our ages and ultimately that gap inevitably revealed different lifestyle interests. While I have been sad about this for over a year, I am grateful for the good times we did have, and we remain friends. Of course I wish Alex the best happiness in the future."

Wilkinson attempted suicide

Kendra Wilkinson attempted suicide twice as a teenager.

The 30-year-old reality TV star has revealed she previously "battled some severe depression," which saw her overdose on drugs and slit her wrists when she was younger.

In a clip from an upcoming episode of 'Kendra on Top,' the former Playboy model tells her therapist, Dr. Monica Shahbaznia: "When I was a teenager, I battled some severe depression. I attempted suicide a couple times. I went to a mental institution ... drugs, overdosing, slitting wrists, all that stuff."

The blonde beauty blames her mother, Patti Wilkinson, from whom she is currently estranged, for a lot of her emotional issues after her therapist points out that she should have been given "safety and protection" at home.

Kendra replies: "I was left on my own. I was a young f**king girl. All I wanted was for my mom to say, 'I love you, and I'm here for you.' I never got that."

Kendra fell out with Patti last year because she decided to repair her relationship with her father and to stick by husband Hank Baskett after he was accused of cheating on her with a transexual model.

Craig will be back as Bond

Daniel Craig insists 'Spectre' won't be his last James Bond movie.

Although the 47-year-old actor previously hinted that he was ready to quit the franchise after the upcoming movie, he has now insisted that he will make at least one more.

He told Event magazine: ''It's getting harder. But such is life. I'll keep going as long as I'm physically able.

''I'm contracted for one more - but I'm not going to make predictions.

''These movies don't get made very often. It's just the fourth time for me, a spit in the ocean. If you don't get excited about making a movie of this size with this cast, with Sam Mendes... then go home.''

And while Daniel has done less stunt work on 'Spectre' than previous movies, he admitted he still has to work hard to get in shape to play Bond.

He said: ''I'm doing less [stunt work, I've got so many good doubles [but] I work myself to death to get fit.''

Daniel's assertion that he will be back for another James Bond movie comes just one month after he seemed to indicate 'Spectre' was his last.

When asked if he would be back, he told Esquire: ''I don't know. I really don't know. Honestly. I'm not trying to be coy. At the moment I can't even conceive it.

''At this moment, no. I have a life and I've got to get on with it a bit. But we'll see.''

Sandra Bullock adopts baby

Sandra Bullock has reportedly adopted a second child.

The 51-year-old actress - who adopted son Louis, now five, in 2010 - has reportedly expanded her family with a little girl and her boyfriend Bryan Randall, 49, is said to be supportive.

A source told RadarOnline: "Sandra's made it quite clear to Bryan from the start that she's looking for a husband to raise kids with.

"She had the paperwork ready to adopt another child but really wanted to do it with. Bryan's incredibly supportive, loving and a brilliant father figure. Sandra says he's perfect."

'Entertainment Tonight' has confirmed that Sandra has recently been seen out and about with a toddler, although she has yet to comment on the adoption reports.

Sandra previously gushed that being a mother makes her feel complete.

She said: "I was putting [Louis] to bed and told him that even when I'm old and gray and more wrinkly than I am now, I'll still love him and want to tuck him in. And he asked why I have wrinkles, and I said, 'Well, I hope some of them are from laughing so much.' And he touched my face and said, 'You're not old, you're just happy.'"

Murray McLauchlan at KCT

Murray McLauchlan is one of Canada’s most highly regarded singer/songwriters, and with good cause. Over a 40-year career, he has released 18 albums and been awarded 11 Junos. His songs Farmer’s Song, Down by the Henry Moore, Whispering Rain and Sweeping the Spotlight Away are now considered Canadian standards. Murray is also a painter, an author, an actor, a radio host; he's been bestowed an Honourary Doctor of Laws and appointed to The Order of Canada. That’s quite a ride. Yet some may wonder where he's been of late. Murray did tour in support of his 2012 critically acclaimed release Human Writes, but then decided to take a break. Other interests prevailed and he restricted his touring to shows with Lunch At Allen's, the supergroup he co-founded, whose members also include Ian Thomas, Marc Jordan and Cindy Church.

Now Murray is on the road in his own right once more. Here’s what he has to say: “As a songwriter I know that it's not enough to sit in your kitchen and write. Your songs need to be heard. Music is a communicative art and if it isn't brought in front of people there is no way to tell if that end has been met. I like to think of a concert tour as a kind of roving gallery to test your art and your ideas. I try to do my very best to make it worthwhile for folks to be there and to perhaps look at things in a new way when they leave.”

This, in a nutshell, is the Murray McLauchlan concert experience.

Tickets are available at Select Your Tickets outlets, online at or by phone at 250-762-5050. For more info, pics & music clips, visit

Theroux's easy marriage

Justin Theroux finds married life "easy".

The 'Leftovers' star tied the knot with Jennifer Aniston in August after being engaged for nearly three years and admits it has been "really nice" to call her his wife.

He said: "Oh my god. It's really nice to say 'my wife'. I'm not [used to saying wife]. I don't want to get used to it for a while. It's nice to drop the fiancé moniker.

"There's just sort of an easy that comes with it that's really nice. I can't quite describe it. I guess it's one of those things that's like you know it when you see it, or feel it when you feel it for those who are married they'd know. But it's just something that settles and feels lovely and wonderful."

And the 44-year-old actor insists he had no "expectations" of married life but admits it's something he's been wanting to do.

When asked by E! News if marriage felt how he expected it would, he added: "I didn't have any expectation of how it would feel. I just knew I wanted to do it."

Whilst the pair are glad to have finally tied the knot, they insist they've never been "in a rush" to get the official piece of paper.

She said: "We weren't in a rush. It's not like we felt any less close to one another just because we didn't have a piece of paper to prove we were together."

Scott Disick in a 'bad place'

Scott Disick is in a "really bad place".

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star - who split from his partner of nearly 10 years, Kourtney Kardashian, in July - is struggling to cope without the 36-year-old star by his side, according to a pal.

They said: "Scott's in a bad place right now. He's a mess and been on a really bad binge."

And the friend also claims his downfall wasn't helped by unsupportive Kris Jenner.

The insider told "Kris is the main person who put Scott in the situation he is in today. When his parents died, Kris offered no support for him as a family. It was business as usual, so he didn't get to grieve at all.

"Kris and the family also kept him away from his friends, so they weren't ever able to be there for him like they wanted."

Meanwhile, the 32-year-old model - who has sons Mason, five, Reign, nine months and daughter Penelope, three, with the television personality - recently spoke out to insist he is "feeling good" and focusing on his career.

He said: "I've been making money since I was a kid, and I'll keep making money so I am not worried about it. I am feeling good."

Private Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas is a private person.

The 'Chains' hitmaker was questioned during a radio interview about his rumoured romance with Kate Hudson but said there are some things which he prefers to keep to himself.

He told 94.7 Fresh FM: "I'm not gonna talk about it ... I keep some things to myself. It's a strange place where a little thing can turn into a lot, but it's about how much of that you kind of want in your world and just living your life and knowing that people will have their opinion."

Meanwhile, a source previously claimed the pair had enjoyed a number of secret dates.

They said: "The buzz around the property is that they were acting like a couple. They were definitely there together."

Whilst another insider added: "They made an effort to keep things under wraps, using the private pool for members that's harder for regular guests, and paparazzi, to get glimpses of."

It is not the first person the 23-year-old singer has been linked to following his split from Olivia Culpo in June.

Of his relationship with Kendall Jenner, 19, a source said at the time: "He enjoys hanging with Kendall when they are both in the same city, and it's nice because they have a similar group of friends (and family) in common."

Damon thrilled for Bourne

Matt Damon always wanted to play Jason Bourne again.

The 44-year-old actor reprises his starring role in the 'Bourne' franchise for the first time since 2007's 'Bourne Ultimatum' in the upcoming fifth movie and Matt is thrilled to be back.

He said: ''I love this character. He's so smart and resourceful and easy to root for. I always wanted to play him again.''

Matt and director Paul Greengrass decided not to be part of the fourth movie and so a spin-off featuring Jeremy Renner, 2012's 'The Bourne Legacy', was released.

Matt explained to The Hollywood Reporter: ''I always tied myself to Paul. I always said, if he came back, I would love to come back. And we would talk about it periodically. But we just didn't have a story to tell. We just didn't have anything. And the studio was under pressure because they have a deal with the estate: They have to make a 'Bourne' movie or they [lose the rights]. I don't know what the deal is, but I know that any time there's a franchise that's this successful, there's a lot of pressure.''

Despite his love for the role, Matt hasn't signed up for another 'Bourne' film just yet.

He said: ''I don't want to take that for granted. I always just did one at a time. Even on the first one, they suggested me signing up for three, [but] I didn't know if I was going to like making action movies. I didn't ever want to be in a situation where I was roped to something and I couldn't get away.''

Selena Gomez's Tinder fear

Selena Gomez is scared of Tinder.

The 23-year-old singer - who previously dated Justin Bieber and producer Zedd - insists she would never use the dating app and doesn't really need to as she doesn't find it "difficult" to meet guys.

She said: "I would never go on Tinder! I think it would scare me. I go on dates. It's not that difficult--I'm a nice young lady [laughs]--but that's not my focus. I'm really stoked about being with myself right now."

Since her on/off relationship with Justin finally came to an end last year after four years, Selena thinks she has learned a lot.

She told the new issue of Flare magazine: "'ve felt so much in the past two years, from being super in love and then dealing with things to getting older and all these beautiful experiences that were complicated and exciting."

If she wasn't famous, the 'Heart Wants What It Wants' singer would love to train to be a chef.

She said: "I would go to culinary school and learn how to be a chef. I was around food my whole life. I'm from the South. My mom's side did the casseroles, the chicken, the squash, and then my dad's side was full on, like hours of cooking tamales and rice and beans and homemade salsa, and I'd be like, "Can we just buy the salsa?"

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