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Beware of Fake Social Media Accounts from Celebrities: Keith Urban, Maren Morris, Blake Shelton, Lindsay Ell and more than a dozen other Country artists teamed up for a Public Service Video to remind fans to be on the lookout for fake social media accounts. In the video, artists warn fans how to spot a fake account, and warn fans to always look for a blue checkmark icon for proof an artist’s account is verified and official. The fake accounts trick fans into sending money or personal information. (Jake Owen even once tried to contact the person behind a phony account!)
Contrary to recent rumors, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are still a couple and covertly dating. Her rep informed People magazine that a tabloid cover story was “100 percent untrue.” The original gossip claimed Katie had a sudden change of heart. She called off their quarter-million dollar wedding in Paris and honeymoon because “she couldn’t get over her trust issues.” Over the last five years, Katie and Jamie have been photographed together dancing at parties and on vacation. They spent Valentine’s Day and Christmas together. However, even a few of Jamie’s closest friends have been clueless. One said, “He’s not open about this relationship. People know they’re together and that he is not seeing other women, but it’s still unspoken.”
What do President Trump and Kylie Jenner have in common? They both made Time magazine‘s list of the most influential people on the internet. The publication cited the reality star’s first photo of baby daughter Stormi becoming the most-liked image ever on Instagram and the time she dissed Snapchat, prompting the company to lose more than $1.3 billion in market value. As Time points out, “Jenner is now the highest-paid celebrity on Instagram, with each sponsored post worth the equivalent of $1 million.” She’s on track to become a billionaire by her 25th birthday. Of Trump, Time says, “FDR had the radio. JFK had TV. Trump has Twitter.” Others who made the list include Kylie’s brother-in-law Kanye West, Rihanna and Busy Philipps.
Derek Jeter Puts His Castle On The Market: The former New York Yankees star is asking $14.75 million for his lakefront home in upstate New York. The 13,000-square-foot stone house, built in 1903, has six bedrooms, a dozen bathrooms, four indoor kitchens and an outdoor kitchen and swimming pool. The property is known as “Tiedemann Castle”, and it’s where Jeter’s maternal grandfather was raised. In case the price seems too high, the real estate listing touts one amenity of the home as “Close to the bus”. (*** Yeah, as if that particular perk could totally make or break THAT sale!)
AND FINALLY, TODAY’S CELEBRITY TWEET OF THE DAY. ONE OF MANY IN THE WAKE OF YESTERDAY’S TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN MARYLAND:
Today’s violence at the Capital Gazette was tragic & evil. My heart goes out to all affected in this brutal & senseless attack, & I send thoughts & prayers for comfort to the friends, family & colleagues of those killed & injured.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) June 28, 2018