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Walker Hayes and his wife Laney lost their baby, who was born Wednesday. Walker issued the following statement: “It is with great sadness that Laney and I share with you news that our sweet Oakleigh Klover Hayes was born this morning at the hospital and is now safely in heaven. Thank you for honoring our privacy while we grieve.” Walker has canceled all appearances while he and Laney grieve with their six children.
Tiger Woods has not won the U.S. Open in nearly a decade, but he’s been playing well enough this year to give many of his fans some hope that he can pull it off when the tournament gets underway next week. And, it looks like he’ll be able to relax in style between rounds in his $20 million, 155-foot yacht — called “Privacy” — that he just docked in the Hamptons. The dock is just a one-hour drive away from the golf course, so Tiger can kick back at his own place instead of messing around with the public at a hotel. And in case you were wondering, “Privacy” requires a crew of nine to operate, sleeps 17 and costs $2 million a year to run. It has a theater, a gym, an eight-person jacuzzi, a large bar and usually carries three SeaDoos, two ocean kayaks and two Vespa scooters. Talk About It: Give Tiger credit. He’s got a $20 million yacht and he’s still working. If you had a $20 million yacht, would you still be working?
Johnny Depp‘s sudden weight loss has some fans concerned for his health, but a source says he’s fine. The insider tells Us Weekly that the star “purposely lost weight because he’s on tour and is trying to stay in shape.” Another source says, “Johnny is healthy and enjoying his time on the road with his band [Hollywood Vampires].” Speculation about his health began last week after photos of Depp looking gaunt and pale surfaced online.
Val Kilmer will star opposite Tom Cruise in the Top Gun: Maverick. Kilmer will join Cruise in the sequel to the 1986 action blockbuster, in which Cruise’s aviator Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is now a mentor to a new generation of U.S. Navy fighter pilots. The Wrap says Kilmer has been spotted around the hotel where the film company has been staying. Kilmer played Tom “Iceman” Kazansky and Cruise’s chief rival in the original film. Top Gun: Maverick will hit theaters July 12, 2019.
The last surviving munchkin from ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ dies at 98: Jerry Maren, the green-clad tough guy of the Lollipop Guild who famously handed Dorothy a giant lollipop in the 1939 film classic “The Wizard of Oz,” has died at 98. Standing at 4 foot 3, Maren was the longest-living member of the munchkins and the last surviving little person to appear in the iconic film.
AND FINALLY, TODAY’S CELEBRITY TWEET OF THE DAY. HE’S GOT A POINT, DON’T YOU THINK…..?
Its almost unfair to have Draymomd Green, Steph Curry and Kevin Durant on the same tram
Kinda reminiscent of the old Yankees Murderers Row.
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) June 7, 2018