Monica and Brandy just had a real-life "The Boy Is Mine" moment, except this time it was over Whitney Houston... and it was uncomfortable. It all started when Monica posted a black and white photo of Whitney on Instagram in honor of her birthday:
Happy Heavenly Birthday Nippy ... You still inspire many & touch hearts daily... You will forever be the greatest .... You will forever be missed ❤️
Later that day, Brandy also posted a message for Whitney, accompanied by a collage of Whitney and Brandy hanging out. Her post read:
"Lord have mercy on my soul!!! Happy Born Day Whitney. You live on in me... I can feel your Spirit inside of me and all around me. My angel, my friend, my fairy God Mother. I love you forever... thank you for trusting me with the torch!!! I remember every moment with you and I and I will cherish these miraculous moments forever and ever! I love you.... 8/9-2/11 #WhitneyHouston."
Monica's fans (and let's face it... a bunch of other people), were quick to point out how self-centered Brandy's post came across. As you can imagine, the two singers got pitted against each other - "The Boy Is Mine" style. It could have ended there, but Brandy HAD TO RESPOND TO THE DRAMA, posting:
"Monica needs to really check her evil a-- fans," and
"Come get your hating a-- pigeons and put them in their place the way I did for you when the starz was out of place. "
Katherine Heigl just opened up about how difficult it was to lose the weight she gained after pregnancy. She said:
"In the seven months since Joshua Jr was born I have managed to slowly but surely drop my pregnancy weight with only 10 pounds left to lose. I gained almost 50 pounds during my pregnancy and I'm not gonna lie, I had moments of sheer panic that I'd never be able to lose it all,"
She said that she dropped 30 lbs pretty quickly in the month following the birth, but REALLY had to work for the next 10 lbs. She says that she's happy to go at a slower pace to "patiently reclaim [her] pre baby body." E! Online
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Days before Chester Bennington on Linkin Park took his own life, the band filmed an episode of James Corden's Carpool Karaoke. James Corden says he has NO plans to release the episode without approval from Bennington's family. In Response to Corden, Chester's wife Talinda tweeted: "Thank You." MORE HERE