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Kris Jenner ‘Appalled’ by Son-in-Law Kanye’s ‘Grammy Incident’: ‘He Keeps Crossing the Line’



Not a good look. Kris Jenner is “appalled” by son-in-law Kanye West’s “Grammy incident,” an insider exclusively tells In Touch after the rapper dropped jaws with a video of himself urinating on one of his 21 awards on Wednesday, September 16.

“The family is used to Kanye’s outrageous antics, but he keeps crossing the line,” an insider close to the reality TV brood says. “They are very concerned and Kim [Kardashian] can’t make excuses for him any longer. She’s at the end of her rope. Peeing on his Grammy is just downright disrespectful.”

Kanye, 43, vowed to continue speaking his mind while taking to Twitter with the shocking 8-second clip, following his rant against the Universal record label.

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“Trust me … I won’t stop,” he wrote. Prior to that, the Yeezy fashion designer revealed what was grinding his gears, adding, “I forgive everyone from the music industry that is involved with modern-day slavery. Vengeance is only the lord’s.”  

“This moment is going to change the music industry for good,” he followed up, sharing pages from his contracts. “I feel so humbled and blessed that God has put me in a strong enough position to do this … Everyone keep praying … it’s working.” 

“I wonder if Universal [is] gonna call me … I promise I have more ideas … I will not stop,” the chart-topping artist vented. Kanye said what upsets him most is the “hidden fees” and “distribution fees” that “many labels put in their contracts to make even more money off our work without even trying,” noting, “A standard record deal is a trap to NEVER have you recoup.”

Kanye declared he will refrain from making new music until he owns the rights to his masters and is freed from various contracts.

Back in July, his frustrations were aimed toward Kim, 39, and his mother-in-law. At the time, Kanye accused Kim and Kris of trying to “lock him up” and said he wanted a divorce via Twitter. He later backtracked and issued a public apology to his wife.

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The couple appeared to be back on good terms in August as he shared a video of them kissing with the caption, “We’re stepping out on faith.”

Despite the drama, Kris has been trying her hardest to maintain the peace in her family. “While Kris isn’t happy with how Kanye’s recent outbursts are affecting them, she did protect him from looking bad on Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” another insider exclusively told In Touch. “There was a lot of urging from Kim to make sure certain footage was never used, but Kris helped too.”


‘Supernova’ Trailer Sees Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth as a Couple Facing the Unknown




StudioCanal has released the trailer for Supernova, a new romantic drama starring Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth. The movie marks an on-screen reunion for Tucci and Firth, who previously co-starred in the 2001 TV movie Conspiracy. Now, nearly 20 years later, the two powerhouse actors are coming together to play a middle-aged gay couple who are now facing a serious turning point in a movie that will surely earn them some awards season buzz.

The Supernova trailer puts an emphasis on the understated tenderness of the story it’s telling. We’re introduced to Sam (Firth) and Tusker (Tucci), who have been together for years. The pair have set off in their RV and are traveling across England to visit their friends and loved ones. What initially appears to be a happy, somewhat carefree road trip is revealed to be a trip with much higher stakes. Tusker is in the early stages of dementia and this road trip is intended as a means to help Tusker reconnect with his past before he forgets it. Sam and Tusker’s road trip will be a test for them as they grapple with Tusker’s diagnosis individually and as a united front.

Supernova is written and directed by Harry Macqueen. This is Macqueen’s second feature as a director. Previously, he wrote and directed the 2014 indie drama HinterlandSupernova will premiere at the San Sebastian Film Festival later this week and will go on to debut in the UK at the BFI London Film Festival on October 11. The movie has not been picked up for distribution in the U.S. but given the stars leading this one, it’s hard to imagine it won’t get scooped up by a distributor sometime soon.

Supernova will premiere at the San Sebastian Film Festival on September 24. You can watch the official trailer below. For more, check out our updated movie release calendar for the rest of 2020.

Allie Gemmill is the Weekend Contributing Editor for Collider. You can follow them on Twitter @_matineeidle.

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The Young and the Restless Spoilers Update: Tuesday, September 22 – Chelsea Cons a New Mark – Amanda’s Twin Separation Mystery Deepens




The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers update for Tuesday, September 22, teases that some tight spots are ahead for several Genoa City residents. In the park, Nick Newman’s (Joshua Morrow) all hyped up about family time.

Nick suggests getting all the kids together for a barbeque or a movie night and wants to make bonding like this a weekly thing. Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) seems rattled over Nick making plans for the future.

At Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) and Chelsea Lawson’s (Melissa Claire Egan) penthouse, Chelsea’s still listening in on Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) through the bug she planted at Chancellor Communications.

Chelsea admits it’s not exciting she thought it’d be. There’s lots of business talk – and Billy hasn’t mentioned Adam’s name even once today.

Adam thinks that’s a good sign, though he assumes Alyssa Montalvo (Maria DiDomenico is out there doing Billy’s legwork. After Adam brings up who Billy might’ve been talking to the other day, he feels like Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) seems like the type to push back on something like this.

Adam then goes over reasons why Lily might support the story anyway, but Chelsea thinks they have something far more important to discuss.

Adam jokes about lunch in an attempt to avoid the conversation, but Chelsea insists they have to talk about the prep school they discussed sending Connor Newman (Judah Mackey) to.

Adam admits this is hard for him since he already lost so much time with Chelsea and Connor, but Chelsea argues that Adam will be ensuring his son’s safety.

Boarding school is the best place for Connor due to the drama that’s brewing with Adam, Billy and Victor Newman (Eric Braeden). Chelsea and Adam decide to sell this as an “exciting opportunity” to Connor over lunch.

At Chance Comm, Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) talks to Billy about seeing Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) again. Amanda admits Devon gave her a few precious items of Hilary Curtis Hamilton’s (Mishael Morgan), but Billy gets that it’s not enough.

He also understands that Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic) is caught in the middle.

“Me? I’m all yours,” Billy says before rethinking how he phrased it. Billy stammers as he tries to explain what he meant, but Amanda gets it. At Devon’s penthouse, Nate drops by to check on him and discuss the news that Amanda is Hilary’s twin.

Devon acknowledges that it’s weird for Elena Dawson (Brytni Sarpy) and that he had to draw the line with Amanda, who’s got so many questions.

Nate points out that he asked about Devon, not Elena or Amanda. How’s Devon really holding up? Devon admits it’s an impossible situation. He’s not going to fall apart, but he hates disappointing anybody.

Devon’s torn because he wants to help Amanda, but he doesn’t want to upset Elena. He also wants to do what Hilary would want, but he feels he’s failing at all three of those things.

On Tuesday’s Young and the Restless episode, Nate suggests Devon should help Amanda since it’ll help Devon as much as her. He notes that Devon isn’t trying to hook up with Amanda, so Devon can be honest with Elena and help her understand that his motives are pure.

At The Grand Phoenix, Summer Newman (Hunter King) admires her engagement ring before tucking the necklace it’s on back in her dress when Phyllis appears. Phyllis notices Summer’s glowing and seems suspicious.

Talk turns to Summer’s spa day, so she bends over to get her membership card and inadvertently shows off her new bling as her purse topples.

Phyllis calls Summer out on the ring and realizes why her daughter’s hiding it. “My eyes! That’s an engagement ring! That’s an engagement ring!” Phyllis says in horror.

Summer launches a speech about how happy she is with Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) and pushes her mom to be happy for them, too. “Are you out of your mind?!” Phyllis fires back.

Phyllis thinks the timing of this makes no sense. What’s the rush? Kyle and Summer’s house isn’t even finished – and Kyle’s still a married man! Summer argues that they know what they want: a family and a life together. Phyllis insists that all that takes work and warns that getting married now is a mistake.

At Society, Nick comes back for the credit card he left behind and spots Victor, who’s just finished lunch. They talk about Nick’s recent meeting with Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) as well as Summer and Kyle’s relationship.

Victor rants about Kyle before Adam walks in, which leads Victor to joke about this Newman family reunion.

By the bar, things are tense as Nick asks about Connor. Before Nick leaves, Adam stops his brother to ask if he ever sent any of kids to boarding school. Nick admits Faith Newman (Alyvia Alyn Lind) went to one before she came home for Sharon Newman’s (Sharon Case) cancer crisis, but every kid’s different.

Nick acknowledges that boarding school gave him exactly what he needed when he was younger – and that was being away from all the chaos in Genoa City. He suggested Connor may be the kind of kid who really benefits from boarding school, too.

Once Nick’s gone, Victor lets Adam know he’s been worried about his son. Adam suggests that Victor should be since it’s not every day you learn you killed someone as a child – and that your father covered it up.

Victor advises against announcing it to the whole restaurant. Victor brings up that “pesky reporter from Kansas,” but Adam doesn’t need any help handling it.

When Victor asks about Connor coming by the ranch again, Adam argues that’s not going to happen. Victor counters that Connor is his grandson, and there’s nothing Adam can do about that.

Adam insists that Connor is his son. If Adam says Victor isn’t going to see Connor, then Victor won’t see him. Victor maintains that he’ll see his grandson if he wants to.

Adam brings up the boarding school plan, which Victor admits isn’t a bad idea under the circumstances – though it won’t deter Victor from seeing him. After Adam’s food is ready, he tells Victor that with what’s about to happen, it’s probably best for Connor to be far away from Genoa City.

At the penthouse again, Chelsea talks to Aiden’s mom over the phone. They discuss Aiden’s upcoming playdate with Connor along with the uncomfortable conversation “Chadam’s” about to have with Connor about boarding school.

Back at Chance Comm, Amanda gets emotional talking about Hilary’s letter to Santa. She’ll cherish it forever, but she has so little information on Hilary.

Billy notes that Lily, Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) and even Jack all knew Hilary well, so he could talk to them for Amanda. She promises to keep that in mind, but she doesn’t know if they’d know anything about Hilary’s history.

Amanda talks to Billy about Hilary’s birth certificate next. She reflects on being left at a fire station in Madison after she was born. Amanda looks at the birth certificate and realizes something strange. Hilary was born in Evanston, Illinois – while Amanda was dropped off in Madison, Wisconsin.

That’s at least two hours away, so Amanda doesn’t think that makes any sense. Rose Turner chose to raise Hilary in Evanston, but why drive two hours to drop off the other baby?

Something’s missing here, so Billy thinks they can get to the bottom of it. He digs online for a while, but Hilary never mentioned anything about Madison in her interviews and didn’t know she had a twin.

Amanda doesn’t feel like they can know that for sure, but Billy doesn’t think the answers are on the Internet. He believes Amanda needs to talk to Devon again, but she doesn’t want to bombard Devon with questions about his dead wife.

Billy suggests hiring someone to dig into this and offers to call Chance Chancellor (Donny Boaz) for Amanda.

Suddenly, Amanda’s phone rings – and it’s Devon. He addresses the awkwardness from earlier, but he’s willing to give this another try if Amanda’s free.

Amanda’s grateful that Devon’s willing to offer more info on Hilary, so she’ll be right over. Amanda thanks Billy for everything before she goes, then lands at Devon’s penthouse to dive into another Hilary conversation.

Back at the hotel, Phyllis is calmer as she tries to advise against Summer’s engagement. She points out that Summer’s been married twice – and it ended in heartbreak.

Phyllis doesn’t mean to be harsh, but she knows the agonizing pain of thinking it’ll work out this time and being wrong. Summer thinks this is really about Phyllis and Nick – that Phyllis is projecting her fears about Nick onto Summer.

Phyllis denies that and contends that Summer’s projecting instead. Summer ultimately stomps off to the spa, but Phyllis insists this isn’t over. Later, Nick brings Phyllis flowers and wants to talk about plans for their family’s future.

Summer walks in and overhears, which leads to her accusing Phyllis of upstaging her engagement. Nick immediately flips out over Summer’s big news.

Once Adam makes it back to the penthouse on Tuesday’s Y&R episode, he updates Chelsea on running into Nick and Victor at Society. Adam makes it clear that Connor needs to be sent as far away from Victor as possible.

Later, Chelsea brings Adam up to speed on how she convinced Aiden’s mom to send him to St. Mallory’s as well. It was like the good old days of conning a mark, but now Chelsea’s using her powers for good.

Connor’s going to boarding school with his best friend now, so that should help with the transition. Chelsea thinks they have to get back to their real work, so she sits down to listen in on Billy again.

The Young and the Restless spoilers say another great episode’s in store, so stay tuned to Y&R. CDL’s your go-to source for fantastic Young and the Restless spoilers, updates and news, so check back regularly.

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‘Young and the Restless’: Nick a Hypocrite to Hassle Summer About Kyle?




Young and the Restless spoilers predict Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) rains on Summer Newman‘s (Hunter King) parade, but he doesn’t have a leg to stand on, does he? It’s not like Nick’s love life has been anything to write home about in terms of stability, consistency, or good decision making. So, do you think Summer’s dad needs to slow his roll on the CBS soap?

Young and the Restless Spoilers: Nick Newman Freaks Over Engagement

This week on Y&R, Summer Newman excitedly proposed to Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor). And of course, Kyle proposed too. Now, she’s got her rock on a chain instead of her finger. That’s because Kyle’s still working on his divorce. However, Summer Newman’s dad finds out soon and flips his lid.

Watch later in the week, say Young and the Restless spoilers, for Nick Newman to lose it. He thinks Summer’s moving too fast and putting her trust in the wrong guy. From Nick’s perspective, he sees Kyle’s still a married man. And that’s just the first issue. Second, Kyle broke Summer’s heart.

Remember on Young and the Restless when Kyle married Summer Newman to get her kidney? Then, he cheated, divorced her, and married Lola Rosales (Sasha Calle) – who got the kidney. That’s a hard thing for her dad, Nick Newman, to forgive or forget. Those scars will (literally) never go away…

Y&R Spoilers: Phyllis Summers Jumps in to Defend Summer Newman

In Young and the Restless spoilers, Phyllis also isn’t thrilled that Summer Newman’s moving so fast with Kyle. It’s not like she forgot how things blew up with them after their last wedding. However, Phyllis also credits Summer for knowing what she wants and being a strong woman.

However, Nick Newman’s frustrated that she’s opened herself to heartbreak again. Plus, in Young and the Restless spoilers, Nick’s also angry that Kyle’s moving so fast while still married to another woman. Plus, it’s the woman he dumped Summer to marry. Nick’s furious.

And he’s not the only Newman. As Young and the Restless fans see this week, Victor Newman’s (Eric Braeden) not cheering the speed of this “Skyle” reunion either. Both Newman men worry for Summer. But, when Nick explodes, how will Summer react? Will she push back with both hands?

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Will Summer Remind Nick of His Own Sketchy Past on Young and the Restless?

It wasn’t too long ago on Y&R that Nick Newman’s last wedding blew up in his face. Remember when Sharon Newman (Sharon Case) dumped him at the altar after exposing he’d cheated with Phyllis (then Gina Tognoni)? That wasn’t one of Nick’s proudest moments. Plus, recall that Nick Newman fought his brother over a woman recently.

So, Young and the Restless spoilers tease that if Nick comes down too hard on Summer Newman, she might unload on him. It’s not like Nick has a perfect track record with women. In fact, Summer might point out that he’s no better than Kyle (minus the organ transplant). How will her dad handle that?

It’s unlikely that she’ll break her engagement on Young and the Restless. Instead, we’d expect Summer Newman to stick to what she wants. And she wants Kyle. Of course, she knows Nick Newman wants to protect her – but she won’t let him be a hypocrite when it comes to her fiance.

What do you think? Should Nick Newman stay in his lane and let Summer Newman make her own choices on the CBS sudser?

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