In this episode:
- Much like post-breakup Timothée Chalamet, Ryan Seacrest was spotted vacationing in Cabo recently with a new lady friend.
- We’ll chat with actor, director and former bodyguard to Kanye West, Steve Stanulis about being Hollywood-adjacent.
- And turns out NYC’s first reopened lux pool party requires a rapid COVID test before entering.
Here’s a closer look at some of today’s stories:
Seacrest’s new mystery woman
Ryan Seacrest was seen on vacation recently with a bikini-clad mystery woman in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, following his split from longtime girlfriend Shayna Taylor.
The “Live with Kelly and Ryan” host and his new lady friend were reportedly on a romantic getaway together.
A source told E! News this week that 45-year-old Seacrest “didn’t have his phone or computer around and was very attentive and always having deep conversations with his new girl.”
The (ex) bodyguard
Kanye West’s ex-bodyguard is calling the rapper a “bully” and is threatening to sue for damages after West accused him of breaking a confidentiality agreement — when the bodyguard called him the “neediest, moodiest client” he’s ever had.
Steve Stanulis spilled about his time protecting West on a podcast back in May, and lawyers for the “Jesus Is King” star fired off a cease-and-desist to Stanulis in early June, threatening to sue him for $10 million if he continued to run his mouth.
Nightclub or clinic?
The rooftop pool and lounge at the Ravel Hotel in Long Island City, is ensuring guests are safe by making would-be revelers take a rapid COVID test before entering.
“All of our tests will be administered by licensed physicians who will be wearing full PPE and following all standard medical policies and procedures,” Profundo’s website said.
While the nasal swab is mandatory for entry, the hot spot’s also offering an optional antibody test.
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