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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker hit NYC! The PDA-happy couple stepped out in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood on Thursday night to have dinner with Kourtney's younger sister, Kendall Jenner, at Zero Bond.
For the outing, the mother of three rocked a black mini-dress with sheer cutout panels, pairing the look with knee-high heeled boots. She held her drummer boyfriend's hand as they exited the restaurant, with Travis in zipper-covered pants and a green sweater.
As for Kendall, she wore a yellow and black sheer matching shirt and skirt set with an eagle print.
Interestingly, Kourtney also shared a photo of herself holding a Saturday Night Live badge on her Instagram Story less than a week after her sister, Kim Kardashian West, hosted the NBC comedy show. Kim even portrayed Kourtney in the sketch "The People's Kourt," and her sister, Khloe Kardashian, and momager Kris Jenner attended the taping. This week's guest is Rami Malek with Young Thug performing.
Though Kourtney wasn't in the SNL audience last week, she did cheer on her sister from home.
Posting a video of it to her Instagram Stories, Kourtney wrote, "Ahhhhh! This is everything! @kimkardashian you killed SNL."
And while Kourtney's ex, Scott Disick, was not seen at the taping, he did attend the show's after party with Khloe on his arm. Watch the clip below for more.
The actress spoke with ET's Nischelle Turner on Thursday, ahead of a screening of Introducing Selma Blair at the Directors Guild of America theater, and she couldn't help but marvel at her young son's dashing red carpet appearance.
"He's super, super handsome!" Blair said of her son, whom she shares with her ex, Jason Bleick. "He got a hair cut tonight. He had long hair with a lot of highlights that I really loved, but he wasn't big on brushing it. So I said goodbye [to it], and he was fine."
Blair stunned in a sparkling, sequin-covered silver gown and a short, blonde 'do, while Arthur rocked a smart navy blue jacket and light blue button-down with khaki shorts and red Nikes.
"I've never worn a dress like this!" Blair said of her elegant, Classic Hollywood-style gown. "I saw it and I thought, 'Oh no, I couldn't,' but then I did!"
The documentary, Introducing Selma Blair, is a candid and intimate look at the actress' life following her diagnosis with MS, her battle with the illness and her subsequent journey through treatments and reclaiming her life.
The actress said she feels "really well" as of now, and marveled at the "amazing" experience of being on a red carpet once again.
"To be getting ready with people and out and, you know, to put on a sequin gown... I'm thrilled. I feel great," she shared.
Addressing the film itself, Blair reflected on why she chose to be a part of the project and to star as the subject of a documentary about her private, painful and challenging battle with MS.
"The reason I love movies so much is, you know, I am a storyteller. That is just what I love," she said. "So this was really a way of sharing with everyone, because that has always helped me."
Introducing Selma Blair debuts Oct. 21 on Discovery+.
From the depths of your imagination…from the creeping corners of the Earth…from the far-reaching fathoms of time and space…comes an adventure …
The spouses couldn't keep their hands off one another on the red carpet at The Royal Festival Hall while promoting the upcoming film, which George directed and produced and which stars Ben Affleck, Lily Rabe and Christopher Lloyd.
Amal looked stunning in a strapless white feathered bespoke gown from 16Arlington, with George by her side in a simple black suit.
With cameras and press on the carpet, the parents couldn't help but gaze into one another's eyes, share a kiss, and lean their heads together to share some private words.
ET spoke with George and Amal earlier this month at the Los Angeles premiere of the film where they discussed parenting their twins Alexander and Ella, both 4, amid the pandemic.
"It was fine. You just feel so bad for the world and all of that, you know? But our kids are four and they were two and a half when it started so you know, they weren't missing out on much out in the world," George explained. "So, you know, I didn't have to teach them trigonometry at home."
Amal added that her husband has been "great" at teaching their kids a certain set of skills.
"He's mainly teaching pranks for the time being," she quipped. "But we'll see if it develops."
George interjected, "Well, I think those can really pay off over time."
Scott Disick still seems close with the Kardashian family following his alleged DM scandal involving his ex, Kourtney Kardashian. Early Sunday morning after Kim Kardashian West's hosting gig on Saturday Night Live, the father of three was spotted attending the show's after-party with Khloe Kardashian on his arm.
Scott wore a black hoodie, North Face vest, and camo pants, while Khloe rocked a cherry red Laquan Smith mini-dress with heels, an overcoat, a clutch purse, and a face mask all in the same hue. Kim attended the event in a hot pink full body suit with giant feathered sleeves.
This is the first time Scott has been spotted out publicly with a member of the Kardashian family since his alleged DM scandal back in August. At the time, Kourtney's other ex, Younes Bendjima, shared a screenshot of Scott's alleged direct messages to him, calling out the mother of his three children for her PDA-packed getaway with her current boyfriend, Travis Barker.
Last month, a source told ET that the scandal caused tension between Scott and Kourtney.
"Kourtney and Scott are definitely not as close as they once were. Scott has some unsettled ill will towards Kourtney and Travis being together and Kourtney is over the jealousy," the source said at the time, adding, "She thinks Scott needs to grow up."
Though Scott wasn't mentioned during Kim's SNL appearance, Kourtney got some jabs thrown at her. Kim impersonated her oldest sister in "The People's Kourt" sketch, pretending to be an apathetic Kourtney handing out rulings to various members of her family.
Kourtney seemingly took the sketch in stride, posting a video of it to her Instagram Stories and writing, "Ahhhhh! This is everything! @kimkardashian you killed SNL."
She later called herself a "proud sister" as she caught up on the episode, after not joining Khloe or momager Kris Jenner in New York City for the taping.
Four-legged trick-or-treaters hit the streets of St. Charles Saturday morning.
Madonna was out to "disturb the peace" during her appearance on The Tonight Show on Thursday. The 63-year-old icon's interview included her climbing on host Jimmy Fallon's desk and shockingly flashing the audience.
Madonna was promoting her Paramount+ concert documentary, Madame X, and she said she was inspired by writer James Baldwin, who said that "artists are here to disturb the peace."
"And I hope that I have disturbed not only your peace this afternoon, but, people's peace while they watch the show," she told Fallon. "But I mean that in the best way."
When Fallon said she always gets in "good trouble," Madonna -- who was wearing a black minidress -- proceeded to lie across his desk with no warning.
Fallon was shocked and said that he didn't know what to do, attempting to cover up her backside with his suit jacket. Madonna eventually got up and cracked, "Nobody's going to see anything, my god!" before lifting up her skirt to flash her black underwear.
"Life is not just about interviewing kiddies," she told a flustered Fallon. "OK? Don't you want to talk to an adult?"
More revelations included Fallon asking if Madonna smokes or vapes and her replying, "I like ... opiates."
ET recently spoke with Madonna at the New York premiere of Madame X and she talked about what fans can expect from the documentary, which debuted on Paramount+ on Friday.
"Great art, thoughtfulness, incredible dancing, incredible music, provocation, politics, spirituality, family," she shared. "Everything!"
"Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran has apologized to Whoopi Goldberg after Corcoran was accused of body shaming Goldberg on "The View."
Jordan found inspiration where a lot of us do: in the shower. One day she looked around and realized so much of our self-care, beauty, bath, and home products are produced, contained and distributed in a wasteful way.