Celebrity News – June 8, 2015

Duggar parents put lock on bedroom doors after molestation

The Duggar parents installed locks on their kids’ bedroom doors after their son Josh disturbingly confessed to molesting his younger sisters.

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Ariana Grande Condemns Slut-Shaming, Calls for Women’s Liberation

On Sunday, singer Ariana Grande posted a statement on Twitter discussing a range of feminist topics, from the objectification of women to the persistence of misogyny, closing her message with a quotation from women’s liberation leader Gloria Steinem.

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NBC may decide Brian Williams’ future this week

A decision about Brian Williams’ fate at NBC could come as early as this week — and it looks like the embattled anchor won’t be returning to “NBC Nightly News.”

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Spy Sneaks Past San Andreas at the Box Office

Spy, the Melissa McCarthy espionage comedy, sneaked past San Andreas at the box office, earning the top spot for the weekend. It earned $30 million, shushing people who think female-led films don’t do well at the box office. (Yes, those people still exist.)

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are ditching the compass when it comes to naming baby #2 … we’ve learned there will be no sequel to North West.

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Lightning hits Slipknot and Foo Fighters festival in Germany

More than 30 people have been taken to hospital after two lightning strikes at a music festival where Foo Fighters are headlining.

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Broadway votes with their hearts — not wallets — at Tony Awards

Once again the Tony Awards have made those of us with black, cynical hearts look ridiculous. “Fun Home,” a small musical about a teenage lesbian and her secretly gay father, toppled “An American in Paris,” a $15 million tourist-friendly hit, to win the Tony for Best Musical.

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Kylie Jenner to Chris Brown: Transphobic Instagram “Not Very Nice”

On Friday, Chris Brown added “shitty friend” to his considerable list of achievements in the field of assholery, sharing a hateful meme on Instagram that referred to the recently transitioned Caitlyn Jenner as a “science project.”

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‘Queen of Versailles’ daughter found dead in family mansion

The teenage daughter of the billionaire couple behind the documentary “The Queen of Versailles” was found dead in her Florida mansion.

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Tom Hanks’ son wanted by British cops

British cops want a word with the wannabe rapper son of Tom Hanks, after he allegedly trashed a hotel room near Gatwick Airport.

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Will Bruce Jenner Lane get a name change?

Residents in Austin, Texas are wondering if their street might be getting an update soon. Homeowners on Bruce Jenner Lane in the Olympic Heights neighborhood have sparked conversations over whether the name of their street will change to Caitlyn Jenner after the olympic gold medalist revealed her new look on Vanity Fair on Monday.

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Caitlyn Jenner celebrated her “truth” by hanging with her girls … and paying her respects to transgender pioneers.

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Steven Cohen drops $141M on world’s most expensive sculpture

Hedge fund billionaire Steven Cohen is the secret buyer of the world’s most expensive sculpture, Alberto Giacometti’s “Man Pointing,” for $141.3 million at Christie’s, Page Six can exclusively reveal.

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Introducing the Baloneys: Theater’s Worst of the Year

It was the best of times…and the worst of times. Broadway had a record-breaking 2014-’15 season, with a whopping $1.365 billion in ticket sales. Too bad everything that glittered was not gold.

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First Edition Of ‘The Hobbit’ Sets Record Price For J.R.R. Tolkien’s Novel

It didn’t come from the mines of Erebor, but it’s definitely worth a fortune. A first edition copy of “The Hobbit” sold for £137,000 (nearly $210,000) at a Sotheby’s auction in London earlier this week, more than doubling the previous record for a copy of J.R.R. Tolkien’s first novel.

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