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Teen Mom’s BF — Can I Drop ‘No Contact’ Order?

Filed under: Gary Shirley, Amber Portwood, Celebrity Justice, Teen Mom

Amber Portwood 's baby daddy Gary Shirley is "interested" in getting Amber's "no contact order" dismissed ... and he's already reached out to the court to make it happen ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell us Gary called court officials… Read more

FBI Contacted Over Threats to Lindsay Lohan

Filed under: Dina Lohan, Sam Lutfi, Lindsay Lohan, Celebrity Justice

TMZ has learned ... the FBI is now in possession of threatening and harassing messages sent to Lindsay Lohan and other members of her family. As we first reported, Lindsay has been receiving a variety of ominous messages ... some of which her people… Read more

Capri Anderson’s Lawyer Contacts Sheen’s Attorney

Filed under: Charlie Sheen, Capri Anderson, Celebrity Justice

TMZ has learned ... Capri Anderson 's lawyer has already contacted Charlie Sheen 's attorney who specializes in settling messy situations with celebrities -- but Capri's attorney got an icy response. Sources connected with Capri Anderson , aka Christina… Read more

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‘American Beauty’ Star Talks Drug Use And Heath Ledger’s Death

Wes Bentley, best known for his role as Ricky Fitts in 1999's "American Beauty," opened up about his history of drug use and his close bond to Heath Ledger during a recent interview with Larry King.

Drugs became a problem for the Arkansas native in 2006. 

"The drugs got harder and I got deeper in it, and I started considering considering things like selling [drugs] and DJing for a living instead of acting," the actor, who currently appears in the EDM-centric "We Are Your Friends," said. 

"Some people have one bottom, I had 10 or 12 bottoms: a friend who passed away; I had no money; I lost contact with my family," he continued. "I finally met somebody who I loved and that kind of turned around. And then I met somebody who was sober and I wanted what he had. And then I worked really hard. I still work really hard."

The conversation turned to Ledger, who died in 2008 of a combined drug intoxication. Bentley and Ledger became close on the set of 2002's "The Four Feathers." 

"He was like a brother to me," he said. "We were close friends. We worked on 'Four Feathers' together in 2000 and since then we had become very, very close. We had good times and bad times ... [his death is] the biggest loss of my life. Yeah." 

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Watch Cam’s Vulnerable ‘Burning House’ Performance on ‘GMA’

Don't let the ever-present yellow color scheme fool you. There's some serious angst going on behind that bright hue for Cam, the California native who is steadily establishing herself as one of country music's most promising talents. Her latest single "Burning House" is inching toward the Top 10 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart and she's been wowing audiences with the song onstage. Earlier this week, she made her Good Morning America debut, with an elegant performance of the smoldering breakup ballad.

"Burning House" was inspired by a troubling dream the singer had after the end of a relationship.

"It's a really vulnerable song because it comes from a real place. I didn't handle the end of a relationship very well. I wanted to apologize for that. It was like guilt around it," Cam told Rolling Stone Country prior to this week's ACM Honors ceremony in Nashville.

"It's a tough song, because there is no Disney movie for when you love someone a lot and they're almost perfect, but they're not. They're not a villain, but they're not Prince Charming. So what do you do with all that love? It comes out in crazy dreams of burning houses," she says.

The singer, one of Rolling Stone Country's Artists You Need to Know, acknowledges the song has resonated intimately with many listeners. Often, they approach her in search of physical contact. "They want a hug. And, man, I want a hug! So it's really nice. On a personal level it means a lot," Cam says.

Ultimately, though, she believes the success of "Burning House" comes from embracing the awkward. "If you're being so honest that it makes you a little uncomfortable, you're probably saying something that people need to hear."

Currently on the road, Cam will play a string of shows with Little Big Town and open for Chris Young during his Nashville homecoming concert on September 30th.

Sleep With The Lights On — New ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Teasers Are Here

Just in case the first two teasers for "American Horror Story: Hotel" didn't convince you to avoid checking into hotels for a while, these new ones definitely will. In three new teasers, which Ryan Murphy tweeted on Monday night, the titular Hotel Cortez gets even creepier.

In one called "Jeepers Creepers," we get a look at the hotel's room 64, which we know is the room of Evan Peters' Mr. James March, the charming murderous psychopath who built the hotel in the 1930s. But is that him snooping through the peephole? As one fan on Reddit pointed out, Peters doesn't have blue eyes, so perhaps this is the eye of a victim in his room. Either way, we're bound to see Mr. March snooping at some point this season, since Peters' character is partly influenced by Howard Hughes, who was known to stay in room 64 at the Chateau Marmont and supposedly used it to spy on women down at the pool.

The second teaser, "Towhead," shows a group of pale, blonde children standing in an eerie hallway. Could some of these be the blood-drinking kids of Lady Gaga's Countess?

The third teaser changes the entire meaning of sleepwalking. Perhaps you should avoid your mattress tonight and sleep with the lights on.

Murphy also shared two new character photos over the weekend, including one of The Countess and one of a masked man who may be Mr. March.

Still not scared? Don't worry, on Monday, Lily Rabe posted a photo on Instagram of the contacts used to play serial killer Aileen Wuornos on "Hotel." That means Murphy & Co. are already shooting the two-part Halloween episode, which we know will feature a dinner party of the most infamous serial killers. Prepare to not sleep for a while.

 "American Horror Story: Hotel" premieres on Oct. 7 on FX.

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Taylor Swift Wins Best Female Video At VMAs

Taylor Swift won for Best Female Video at the 2015 VMAs on Sunday night for "Blank Space," beating out Beyoncé ("7/11"), Sia ("Elastic Heart"), Ellie Goulding ("Love Me Like You Do"), and Nicki Minaj ("Anaconda"). Here are some think pieces about it.

Swift accepted the award, thanking her male co-star for having fiery things thrown at him and the video's director Joseph Kahn, who then joined her at the mic and thanked some other people. 

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Model Winnie Harlow Says Fan Tributes Are Not Blackface

Model Winnie Harlow took to Instagram over the weekend to speak out about a blackface controversy regarding her fans. 

Harlow, whose real name is Chantelle Brown-Young, posted a lengthy Instagram message Saturday in response to those criticizing her fans for wearing blackface when paying tribute to her unique style. 

The former "America's Next Top Model" contestant -- who has vitiligo, which causes a loss of skin pigmentation -- said these individuals are "showing love and appreciation" and not being "hateful."

My response to this is probably not what a lot of people want but here it goes: every time someone wants fuller lips, or a bigger bum, or curly hair, or braids does Not mean our culture is being stolen. Have you ever stop to realize these things used to be ridiculed and now they're loved and lusted over. No one wants to "steal" our look here. We've just stood so confidently in our own nappy hair and du-rags and big asses (or in this case, my skin) that now those who don't have it love and lust after it. Just because a black girl wears blue contacts and long weave doesn't mean she wants to be white and just because a white girl wears braids and gets lip injection doesn't mean she wants to be black. The amount of mixed races in this world is living proof that we don't want to be each other we've just gained a national love for each other. Why can't we embrace that feeling of love? Why do we have to make it a hate crime? In a time when so much negative is happening, please don't accuse those who are showing love and appreciation, of being hateful. It is very clear to me when someone is showing love and I appreciate these people recreating, loving and broadcasting something to the world that once upon a time I cried myself to sleep over #1LOVE

As the issue continued to be debated, the 21-year-old beauty took to Instagram with a second message:

I agree & am knowledgeable to these things. & by all means I get it. But It's one thing to recreate my skin & wear a crown in a photo, & it's another to recreate my face & then wear a noose (which is not the case). There is a difference in love vs hate & it's easy to see. There's this fine line between stealing & showing appreciation or seeing that something's are being accepted by the world. There are things that have been taken without recognition (from Art, to culture, to language and beyond and from many races including our own), this is not one of them. One big comment I saw on my post was "u can't play both sides" but it's that same mentality that keeps us stagnant, sitting in the same mind frame as our predecessors who dealt with things that are & can come to an end if we could Really see each other as equals, & not just claim we do. I proudly stand on the Gray Line that blurs black from white. I am happily a mix of many races and creeds! I am of African, Indian European and Asian decent and identify as a Proud Black Canadian Woman, and I Never forget the Canadian because that is the Gray. Being Canadian or American should remind you of this beautiful melting pot we are, and that the world is turning into. People are so prideful that they die & protest to be accepted, & when they are, they still find fault . When a white girl wears braids why can't we say "woooy big up di gyal deh ah show di world and agree seh Our culture is something beautiful to wear and to be celebrated" rather than getting offended and upset. And when a black fan paints their face to look like mine then what...will u turn it into "appropriation of vitiligo" or will u be able to except something's as public examples of LOVE? -_- #1LOVE

Yesha Callahan of The Root noted the difference between appropriation and assimilation, as well as the problematic nature of mimicking Harlow's skin condition. 

"Maybe Harlow doesn’t understand the difference between appropriation and assimilation when it comes to black women vs white women?" she wrote. "Also, anyone who puts on make-up to imitate a skin disease really can’t be considered the sharpest tool in the box. Imitating someone's skin condition definitely isn't something that should receive praise. But more power to Harlow for seeing it as such."

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Kylie Jenner Rocks Sneakers With Her Bikini Like It’s A Thing

Kylie Jenner is vacationing in a bikini and sneakers. We would now like to be vacationing in a bikini and sneakers. 

She posted the photo that made us question why we would ever wear summer footwear on a boat to her Instagram on Thursday. 

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This comes after a week of the Kardashian-Jenner krew's St. Barts vacation photos involving "bikinis in paradise" and an homage to "Baywatch."

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