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WHO 23 October 2017

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1 min.
mates for life

Gearing up to celebrate 20 years since Titanic’s release in November, Kate Winslet has revealed the secret to her unsinkable friendship with Leonardo DiCaprio. “We never fancied each other,” she said on UK TV on Oct. 3. “I know that’s really annoying to hear, sorry. So it did mean that we were able to have this ... to be able to tease each other, which we still do, which is really amazing.” For more on Winslet’s on-and-off screen loves, see p. 34. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: PARAMOUNT PICTURES; GETTY IMAGES; BACKGRID; DREAMWORKS PICTURES; GETTY IMAGES (3)…

3 min.
hollywood’s sex scandal

FRESH CLAIMS Russell Crowe and Matt Damon’s names came up when former Times reporter Sharon Waxman claimed they called her in 2004 to vouch for a Miramax exec she had been told was employed in part to “take care of Weinstein’s women needs.” ONE OF HOLLYWOOD’S darkest—and dirtiest—secrets is coming into the light. On Oct. 5, actress Ashley Judd, 49, told The New York Times she was sexually harassed by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein during a meeting two decades ago, at which she says he appeared in a robe and asked if she wanted to watch him shower. Multiple other women came forward with similar accounts in the Times and elsewhere, including Lauren Sivan, a TV reporter who said Weinstein trapped her in an empty restaurant and masturbated in front of her.…

1 min.
why we had to split

WHEN THEIR RELATIONship collapsed four years ago, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth were tight-lipped about what made them call off their engagement. But now that the couple have rekindled their love, Cyrus has opened up about their past, revealing just what made her leave Hemsworth, now 27, in 2013. “I had to,” she told Howard Stern in a frank sit-down interview on Oct. 4. “I don’t like when relationships are two halves trying to make a whole.” The star, 24, said at the time she knew that whatever happened, “I was on the right path. You get time to be yourself. You get time to grow up. I think if you’re growing up attached to another person, you never really get solid as your own being.” And while she’s still up for…

1 min.
bump on show

MAKING HER FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE SINCE news broke that she’s expecting a baby with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, 26, Khloé Kardashian, 33, celebrated the first anniversary of her Good American denim line at a department store in Century City, California, on Oct. 7. Kardashian, who wore her brand’s Good Legs Waxed jeans in black, avoided addressing her pregnancy, but did talk about embracing her curves. “My weight fluctuates all the time and I love that at any size I feel comfortable,” she said. “I love embracing my curves no matter what size I am.” She also talked about how her mum, Kris Jenner, has influenced the Kardashian–Jenner siblings about raising a family. “Everything my mom has instilled in us and taught us just raising six crazy kids,” she said, when asked…

1 min.
twins’ luxe life

BEYONCE AND JAY-Z’S 4-MONTH-OLD twins, Rumi and Sir, have been born into a luxury life big sister Blue Ivy has been enjoying for five years. When the whole family arrived at a helipad in New York on Oct. 5, it was the first time the family have been spotted out with the twins—and the little siblings arrived in style. Stepping out of a black limousine, the family—with hands-on dad Jay-Z, 47, carrying one of his twins in a car capsule—were apparently leaving New York state, where the couple recently bought a $US26m estate in East Hampton. For the twins, it was a trip away from their home town of Los Angeles, where they were born on June 13, delivered by the same doctor who helped Kim Kardashian West and her…

1 min.
‘i’m still in shock’

LAST MAN STANDING Even while perched on stumps for hours in the dark, Malabonga remembers encouraging Tara and Peter to stay in their final challenge in Samoa. “This is the last leg,” he says. “I said, ‘We’re going to put our all into it.’” AFTER USING A SECRET stash of cookies to make a core alliance and then lulling others into thinking of him as a naive camp helpmate, Jericho Malabonga finally got to spell out his savvy gameplay on Day 55 in a sharp final tribal-council speech on the second season of Ten’s Australian Survivor. For his efforts, the 25-year-old landed $500,000 on the finale that aired on Oct. 10. ”I’m pinching myself,” Malabonga, a fan of the US version of the series since childhood, tells WHO. “I don’t think it will…