LESLIE JONES SIGNS OFF: Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones is done for a little while after a crazy week during which she lashed out at Jessica Alba and her Honest Company. The 50-year-old tweeted that she was going to "disappear" for a while. "This week has been f—ed up and emotional angering and just plain exhausting," she wrote. Alba apologized to Jones for the mix-up over a diaper-cake order, but Jones has yet to publicly acknowledge it.
DIANE VON FURSTENBERG THINGS VIAGRA IS THE ‘WORST’ FOR WOMEN: Not a fan! Diane von Furstenberg rues the day Viagra was invented. "The worst thing that has happened to women in the last 15 years is Viagra," DVF told The Times. "For men, it used to be all about getting it up. ‘Did I?’ ‘Can I?’ There was a certain fairness. A woman couldn’t have a child after 40, right? Though even that doesn’t exist anymore."
STEPHEN COLBERT ENJOYS RECORD AUDIENCE: Stephen Colbert’s politics-heavy Late Show had its largest-ever Spring audience this year, coming closer to upending Jimmy Fallon and The Tonight Show from its top slot in the all-important under-50 demo. The Late Show has been tops in overall audience since President Donald Trump took office 18 months ago.
GISELE BUNDCHEN SHARES IMAGE OF BOOK: With three months to go before Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life hits bookshelves, the supermodel is giving fans a look at the cover on Instagram. On it, Gisele Bundchen is wearing her signature waves, minimal makeup and a simple green jacket. The 37-year-old captioned the shot, saying the process of writing has been "transformative and intense."
TINSLEY MORTIMER ‘IN SHOCK’ OVER LUANN DE LESSEPS’ RELAPSE: Appearing on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Wednesday, Real Housewives of New York City star Tinsley Mortimer says she was "totally in shock" when she learned of her relapse and subsequent return to rehab. "The cabaret show is so amazing, and I was just so proud of her," Mortimer said. "It’s just sad. I wish her the best, and I hope that she can work everything out."
BEN STILLER URGES SOLIDARITY WITH REFUGEES: Ben Stiller, a newly named UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, has written a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter in which he urges people to stand in solidarity with refugees. Stiller just returned from a trip to Guatemala City. He wrote: "We need to do more to stand in solidarity with refugees like those I met. …I hope my fellow members of the entertainment community, those who have such storytelling power and the ability to reach millions, will join me in supporting this critical work and stand in solidarity with the forcibly displaced; the marginalized; the moms, dads and children who find themselves alone, vulnerable and in need of help."