Insta Creep: Has The First Love Island Breakup Of 2019 Already Happened?
What all the celebs are up to on social, from A to Z listers.
In our gossip column, we indulge our nosiest desires and delve deep into what the celebs (and ‘celebs’) are doing on social media. Who’s tweeting and deleting? Who’s shady faving? Let’s find out.
Uh oh, we may just have our first Love Island split of 2019. Chris Taylor and Harley Brash are reportedly no more, just under a month after the show ended.
A source told The Sun that they broke up “a couple of days ago”, and allegedly arrived to a filming of Supermarket Sweep separately and barely spoke throughout.
HOW AND EVER, their Instagram accounts tell a slightly different story – two days ago, Chris posted a pic of himself and Harley with a lovey-dovey caption:
Chris last appeared on Harley’s account four days ago, when she also posted a lovey-dovey caption asking him to “come home from Ibiza so we can have more fun”:
Are we to believe the rumours, or the Instagram captions? We shall wait and see.
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yesterday was a beautiful day for the Malibu community. thank you to @oneloveranch @onelovemalibu @malibufoundation for bringing everyone together to raise money for the Woolsey Fire victims and thank you to all the insanely talented, busy artists who donated their time and put on a once in a lifetime show!! WHAT A DAY! ????
Brody Jenner’s mam and Kaitlynn Carter had an awks little chat on Instagram.
Just to recap: Brody and Kaitlynn split a little while ago, and earlier this week, she was spotted kissing Miley Cyrus on a sun lounger in Italy. You know, as you do.
Yesterday, Brody’s mam Linda Thompson posted an inspirational quote about not judging people, which many thought was a reference to Kaitlynn:
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The only people we have a right to judge are our own selves…how we react & respond to life’s vicissitudes, disappointments, failures & successes. May we strive to do so with grace, humility, temperance, understanding, compassion, kindness, forgiveness & love. If we simply begin with self improvement, humanity could benefit vastly. #nojudgement #lovewins #weareallhuman
“The only people we have a right to judge are our own selves… how we react and respond to life’s vicissitudes, disappointments, failures and successes,” Linda wrote. “If we simply begin with self-improvement, humanity could benefit vastly.”
Kaitlynn commented agreeing with her former mother-in-law: “EXACTLY.”
“And for the record honey, the only ‘shade’ I throw is my own shadow walking away from drama,” replied Linda. “You know I love you. I always have and always will.”
Well isn’t that nice? Linda seems like a good egg. Of course, we’re still watching with popcorn, but good to see not everyone’s beefing.
All Celebrities Know Each Other And Are Friends, Exhibit P.
A whole host of stars gathered for dinner with US politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (fondly known as AOC) including Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Pharrell, Tracee Ellis-Ross, Anna Kendrick, Seth Rogen, and Don Cheadle.
Grey’s Anatomy fans will also spot Jesse Williams AKA Dr Jackson Avery:
According to Tracee, they discussed “action, community, and clarity of purpose”. Well! If you haven’t already, watch the Netflix documentary about AOC, Knock Down The House – it is VERY good.
Gigi Hadid has addressed the controversy she caused by telling her fans to avoid Mykonos after she was robbed there.
According to TMZ, the villa Gigi was staying in on the Greek island was ‘ransacked’, and burglars made off with valuable jewellery and clothing.
“Don’t let Insta fool u. Got robbed. Never going back lol. Wouldn’t recommend. Spend your money elsewhere,” the model wrote on Instagram.
Naturally, Greek fans weren’t too thrilled at someone with so much influence knocking her country, and the comments were flooded with angry responses.
In another comment on the offending post, Gigi wrote: “Let me make this clear for everyone below who thinks I don’t deserve to have an opinion on my experience and warn people of this.”
I was robbed along with more than 30 houses that night, some to gunpoint [sic]. It was not possible to contact any form of law enforcement except through my local security who happened to have a contact. That is a privilege that most people travelling there wouldn’t have.
“If I’d known this happened so much and there was not enough infrastructure to protect myself I wouldn’t have gone.”
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