Kim Kardashian Did NOT “Abandon” Kanye West At Hospital, Despite Report

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Kim Kardashian did NOT “abandon” Kanye West at the hospital amid his mental health issues, despite a ridiculous webloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this claim. We’re told it’s “false.”

“Heartless! Kim Kardashian Caught Abandoning Sick Kanye West At The Hospital,” blares the headline of a new RadarOnline article. The rapper’s wife spent most of her Thanksgiving on Thursday by West’s side at the UCLA Medical Center, where he’s currently undergoing treatment for exhaustion. The reality star later attended her family’s Thanksgiving dinner, but the site is wrongly alleging Kardashian left “to go party with her sisters.”

The repeatedly discredited webloid goes on to say that the entire Kardashian-Jenner clan was “ignoring West’s crisis” because they celebrated Thanksgiving and posted photos from their feast on social media. The site goes on to make the absurd assertion that the family members “have shamelessly continued living their lives after West’s meltdown” and “had in no way been affected” by his situation. “Even momager Kris Jenner didn’t seem concerned about West’s health,” adds the often unreliable outlet.

Despite how preposterous this story sounds, Gossip Cop still checked in with a source close to the Kardashian family, who assures us that West’s well-being is important to all of them, and he’s in no way been “abandoned” by his wife or anyone else for that matter. We’re told the site’s entire report is completely “false.”

Unfortunately, we’re not surprised by the webloid’s phony story. RadarOnline is the same webloid that Gossip Cop recently corrected for falsely alleging West was on suicide watch following his hospitalization. There was no truth to that claim, and the same goes for this latest one.

Kim Kardashian abandoned Kanye West at the hospital.

Friday, November 25, 2016

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Tom Hanks Re-Enacts ‘Forrest Gump’ Scene On ‘Graham Norton Show’ (VIDEO)

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Tom Hanks re-enacted the scene in Forrest Gump where his character discovers his love for running on Friday’s “Graham Norton Show.” Watch the funny video below!

In the 1994 film, the actor’s character famously runs across the entire country. “I had worked out quite a bit and it was all about running,” Hanks noted. “My buttocks, as Forrest would say, were as firm as tend hams.” He then revealed that whenever he comes across the movie on TV, his wife Rita Wilson requests he leaves it on and tells him, “I want to see that one scene where you’re running away from the camera. I want to look at that fine Hanks ass!” The actor went on to joke, “It’s not there anymore.”

Norton then requested that Hanks act out a scene from the iconic film, to which the actor told him, “I’d be happy to do it, but you must show the lady with the cue card because otherwise people will think that I’ve actually memorized this.” Hanks then got into character as the film’s musical score played, and delivered the line, “Now, you wouldn’t believe me if I told you, but I could run like the wind blows. From that day on, if I was going somewhere, I was running!” Watch the video below.

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Celebrities Tweet About Black Friday

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In honor of Black Friday, celebrities are taking to Twitter to share their thoughts about the biggest shopping day of the year. See stars’ tweets below!

Josh Gad joked, “The Brits don’t have Thanksgiving but they do have #blackfriday. All the thrills, none of the calories.” Conan O’Brien similarly quipped, “This Black Friday, I’m choosing small local businesses for my frenzied, materialistic rampage.” Steve Martin posted a photo of a store sign with an arrow pointing to a section that includes both the “kids department and intimate apparel,” and added, “One-stop shopping!”

Meanwhile, Melissa Joan Hart took the opportunity to ask people to donate to a good cause in addition to buying things for themselves. “On this day of spending, let’s do a little giving too,” the actress wrote, along with a link “to help my team raise money for kids in need.” Rainn Wilson said, “It’s Black Friday! Time to pick up a dozen ‘Make America Great Again’ holiday-themed Glocks @Walmart!” And Ryan Seacrest pointed out, “I get the excitement of #blackfriday, but you can shop on #cybermonday in your pajamas.”

There were also many more stars who used Black Friday to promote their own products on Twitter, including Jessica Alba, Ozzy Osbourne, Iggy Azalea, Rob Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, William Shatner, Carrie Underwood, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ellen DeGeneres, Elizabeth Banks, Garth Brooks and Ricky Gervais.

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