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People think Kylie Jenner's due date was accidentally outed by the KUWTK Wikipedia page ...it's The Dredge

Another dose of this week’s celeb dirt.

EVERY WEEKDAY MORNING, DailyEdge.ie rounds up the best of the day’s celebrity dirt from the top to the very bottom.

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If you’ve spent more than four minutes of your life on the internet, you probably know not to place too much trust in Wikipedia. 

Yet, Kardashian fans and conspiracy theorists dying for updates on the status of Kylie Jenner’s womb cannot help themselves. One very observant fan on Twitter noticed that according to the Wikipedia page of Season 14 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the series finale is titled “We’re Expecting!”

Considering the number of pregnancies in that family in the last few months, there’s nothing shocking about that. Until you realise that the episodes where Kim and Khloe announce their pregnancy have already aired.

Of course anybody could change the Wikipedia page to edit the title, but that’s a lot of trouble and thinking to go to in order to start a rumour. The IMDB episode titles only go as far as the last episode that aired, so there’s nothing to compare it to. As always, when it comes to Kylie’s potential pregnancy, we just have to wait and see. (Metro)

PastedImage-51505 Source: Beyoncé/Instagram

The shocked woman from Beyoncé’s Instagram post has spoken out about her experience.

Susan Monaghan, a New Jersey woman who spotted Beyoncé in a New York hotel hallway the night before the Grammys says she “felt like [she] was hugged by an angel”. Her photographed reaction is pretty consistent with this claim.

Susan had taken the elevator to the eighth floor, while her relatives waited in the lobby. As she made her way down the corridor, she noticed an entourage and photographers making their way down the hall in front of a “handsome gentleman”, who we all know as Jay Z.

Jay Z  looked at Monaghan and she said “You look familiar. Do I know you?” Then she spotted Beyoncé and says “I looked at her and all I could think was “No one is going to believe me.” She began to tell the pair of them that nobody was ever going to believe this happened to her. When she went downstairs, she told her daughter and granddaughter and naturally, they didn’t believe her. That all changed when Beyoncé uploaded the photo to Instagram.

Monaghan concluded with the Boston Globe “I think she posted it for me. So people would believe me.” (Boston Globe)

PastedImage-90138 Source: Lorde/Instagram

Lorde took out a newspaper ad in response to her Grammys snub. 

Many people were left angry after the Recording Academy President Neil Portnow said that the under-representation of female artists at the Grammys was due to the fact that women were not “stepping up” for recognition in the same way that men in the music industry are.

People also noticed that all of the male nominees for Album of the Year received a solo performance, while the lone female nominee, Lorde, did not get the opportunity to perform at the award show. So she took out an ad in a New Zealand newspaper to thank anybody who believes in her and other female artists.

PastedImage-33258 Source: Shayne Currie/Twitter

She wrote:

I’m writing this from New York City. I sat in Madison Square Garden last night I saw a lot of crazy and wonderful things. I just wanted to say thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for loving and embracing Melodrama the way you did. My nomination belongs to you. Thank you, also, for believing in female musicians. You set a beautiful precedent. All my love, Lorde.

It’s a nice change from having other people placing ads in newspapers about her.(Buzzfeed)

And the rest of the day’s dirt…

  • Actress Hayley Atwell apologises for working with Woody Allen (NME)
  • Usain Bolt is enjoying some well deserved partying after his retirement (Mirror)
  • Stacey Solomon refused to sleep with a producer for a career boost (Metro)
  • Cardi B has been shamed for having stomach hair on Instagram (Teen Vogue)
  • P Diddy has used the ‘Diddy Crop’ again. (Buzzfeed)
  • Paris Hilton has dressed up as Kim Kardashian (Irish Mirror)

 

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