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AUBREY PLAZA REVEALS SECRETS TO PETTINESS: Aubrey Plaza covers Cosmopolitan this July, and inside, the Parks and Recreation star tells readers how they can be petty. For example, to stop one reader’s sister from stealing her cloths, she says: "I guess I would say that your outfits sound like they must be really good. So, you should probably get some ugly a** clothes. Clean your closet out, and put only disgusting things in there. If she still wears them, then that's her problem."

TRACY MORGAN CRASHES $2M CAR MINUTES AFTER PURCHASE: Tracy Morgan bought a $2 million Bugati at Manhattan Motorcars and got into an accident in it just 15 minutes later, TMZ reports. (An SUV sideswiped it). The car did not sustain huge damage, the site reports. Morgan was reportedly OK, but sent to the hospital to be checked out with some minor pain. The crash comes three days shy of the 5-year anniversary of a fatal car crash he was involved in on the NJ Turnpike. He allegedly scored $90 million after a Walmart truck crashed into his limo, killed his friend and left him in critical condition.

HOW ARE BRAD PITT AND ANGELINA JOLIE DOING? After calling a ceasefire in their public war, estranged exes Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie appear to be coparenting their six children relatively peacefully. "Brad is enjoying spending more time with the kids and things have been improving with the four younger kids," a source tells Us Weekly exclusively. Pitt and Jolie became legally single in April, though they are still working out the terms of their split.

QUEER EYE STAR TAN FRANCE TALKS BLEACHING SKIN: In his new memoir Naturally Tan, Queer Eye’s Tan France admits that he once used bleaching cream to lighten his skin. "The importance of being pale is very bizarre. The people around me certainly didn’t intend to pass on this belief, but I was aware of it and affected by it just the same," wrote France, who grew up in England as the son of Pakistani immigrants. "When I was five, I remember thinking, ‘God, I’d give anything to be white. I just want to be white, I want to be white, I want to be white.’ I had been so conditioned to think that if you were white, you were automatically more attractive."