The singer flips photographers off after revealing details about her new album at a friend’s wedding.
From a fake name to the “butt hut,” Pete Davidson’s new standup shines a light on his life in rehab. And we’ll get into why Joe Gorga of “Real Housewives of New Jersey” has some homeowners flipping out.
Here’s a closer look at today’s stories:
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“SNL” star Pete Davidson seemed to confirm during a late-night stand-up show that he did, in fact, go to rehab recently.
In December, Davidson sparked speculation when he said on “Weekend Update” he was going on vacation — “the kind of vacation where, like, insurance pays for some of it, and they take your phone and shoelaces.”
He was reportedly splitting with model Kaia Gerber at the time.
During a midnight stand-up set at Carolines on Broadway Sunday, Davidson told the crowd he’d worked on some of the jokes while in rehab at the Sierra Tucson facility in Arizona.
Joe Gorga accused of faking ‘before’ and ‘after’ pictures in house-flipping business
The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star raised the eyebrows of some eagle-eyed Instagram users after he shared “before” and “after” photos of a house he claims to have renovated — including a Park Ridge, NJ, woman who says she owns the “after” house and that the “before” home is located at a different address in town.
Caley Svensson exclusively told Page Six on Monday that she found it “really strange” when a friend of hers tagged her in Gorga’s Instagram post and she saw her house advertised as something he’d flipped.
“It’s clearly our house,” she said. “I messaged [Gorga] on the post to please remove it, but he never responded. I DMed him, as well, and he never responded either.”
However, Gorga exclusively told Page Six that his 21-year-old social media manager “made a mistake.”
The reality star recognized that the before and after photos were not of the same house, but said he did work on the gray home featured in the “after” picture.
“I helped fund that project,” he said. “I’m a private lender. I did fund the deal.”
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