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Closer Weekly

September 2, 2019

Closer Weekly reports the latest news about a generation of celebrities who deserve to be called "stars"- from Dolly Parton and Doris Day to Michael Douglas and Paul McCartney. Along with health tips, decorating advice and delicious recipies, each issue is packed with features that you won't get in any other magazine.

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news now

JANE LEEVES Betty White Taught Me to Be Grateful Actress Jane Leeves has a lot to be thankful for: a happy 22-year marriage, two healthy kids, a great career and friends like her former Hot in Cleveland co-star Betty White. “She taught me everything about gratitude. She’s had some tragedy in her life, but she doesn’t look on it as a tragedy,” Jane says, referring to the death of Betty’s beloved husband, game show host Allen Ludden, in 1981. “Betty looks on it as positive because she had the love of her life. Some people don’t get that.” Jane, 58, has tried to take these lessons to heart in the way she sees the world. “With age comes wisdom. I don’t sweat the small stuff anymore,” she told Closer at the Fox Summer…

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hellos & goodbyes

● BABY BOOM You oughta know…that on Aug. 12, singer Alanis Morissette, 45, announced she and husband Mario Treadway had welcomed their third child, baby boy Winter. Meanwhile, actress Milla Jovovich, 43, revealed via Instagram that she and her husband, director Paul W.S. Anderson, 54, are expecting their third as well. Also, 10 months after welcoming baby boy Easton, Olympic skier Bode Miller, 41, and his wife, volleyball star Morgan Beck Miller, 32, revealed they are awaiting the arrival of twin boys. ● THE PLANE TRUTH In other words, he’s going fly-fishing. The man who discovered the remains of the Titanic, Robert Ballard, 77, is off on another deep-sea pursuit — finding the lost plane of Amelia Earhart, which disappeared, along with her and her navigator, over the South Pacific in July 1937.…

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picture perfect

JAMES CORDEN & JOSH GAD Sign Up for Fun What are two funny guys to do when they’re turned down for parts in summer hits Once Upon a Time in…Hollywood and Hobbs & Shaw? Take a job directing Toy Story 4…well, at least directing LA audiences to the movie. “[We’re] the faces of Disney!” James, dressed as Woody, enthused on the Aug. 12 Late Late Show. “To infinity and beyond!” Josh (as Buzz) chimed in. VIOLA DAVIS Birds of a Feather Viola, her actor husband, Julius Tennon, and their daughter, Genesis, 8, were the opposite of mad at the Aug. 10 premiere of The Angry Birds Movie 2. In fact, Viola appeared to be beaming with joy, since her daughter made her screen debut voicing the role of Vivi in the film. “So proud of…

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love, loss & what i’ve learned

“It’s good to push yourself and do what you don’t necessarily want to do.”— Meryl Meryl Streep celebrated her June 22 birthday with a quiet family dinner at her 90-acre estate in Salisbury, Conn., three hours north of New York City. “I know life is short and I’m a lucky woman,” says the three-time Academy Award winner, who insists that turning 70 didn’t bother her. “I like who I am now,” she says. “I don’t want growing older to matter to me.” While Meryl’s career has been nothing short of legendary — she’s been nominated for an Academy Award a whopping 21 times — her ability to balance work with her home life deserves praise, too. Married to sculptor Don Gummer since 1978, she’s raised four children out of the spotlight and…

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it’s all about friends & family

Bob Newhart will turn 90 on Sept. 5, and he plans to celebrate in typically understated fashion. “I got some offers to appear in Chicago, which is where I’m originally from,” Bob tells Closer exclusively. “Then I thought to myself, ‘No, I want to be with my family on my 90th birthday.’ So we’re all getting together, and that’s the way it should be.” Wed to wife Ginny since 1963, Bob is the proud papa of four kids and grandfather of 10. He spoke with Closer about the secret to his longtime marriage, the greatest honor he ever received, why he’ll never retire and more. Congrats on turning 90! How are you feeling these days? When I think of all the things that I never thought would happen to me, they could…

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motown memories

After nearly 60 years of delivering classic hits, the stars of Motown came together to celebrate. “In life, great relationships bring happiness, and happiness is the greatest thing in the world,” Berry Gordy Jr., who founded Motown, told Closer at an event promoting the new documentary Hitsville: The Making of Motown. “It’s about the relationship between Smokey Robinson and me.” In 1958, Berry produced the first song Smokey ever recorded with the Miracles, “Got a Job.” The single did well, but Smokey felt that his group was shortchanged on their royalties and suggested that Berry start his own record label. “Shortly after that, he started Motown,” recalls Smokey. “And the rest is history.” Motown pushed boundaries and helped racially integrate popular music in the 1960s. Along the way it made stars of…