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Kendall Jenner and the rest of the Fyre Fest hunz will be subpoenaed over their payments... it's The Dredge

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The Fyre Fest fallout continues.

Agencies that represent Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, Elsa Hosk and other models will be subpoenaed as part of Fyre’s bankruptcy filing, according to documents obtained by E! News. 

Fyre Festival’s bankruptcy trustee Gregory Messer filed an ex-parte order in bankruptcy court to examine a number of agencies and it was approved on Monday.

According to the court filing, Messer is now turning to IMG Models, DNA Model Management and Kendall Jenner Inc. for some answers about McFarland’s payments to their agencies in relation to their appearance in the festival’s promotional video.

IMG represents Hailey Baldwin Baldwin, Elsa Hosk and Bella Hadid while DNA has Emily Ratajkowski.

Billboard says McFarland paid IMG $1.2 million over a span of four months spanning from November 2016 until February 2017. For posting a poxy orange tile! Take the work while it’s going, and all that jazz. 

 

Listen, all I’m saying is that this would have NEVER happened at Knockanstockan. (E! News)

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Dax Shepard has admitted he wasn’t sure if he wanted to be with Kristen Bell in a new interview, which I’m sure will be music to her ears.

Shepard discussed the early days of the pair’s relationship, and why he ultimately “chose to move more in her direction” after observing the positive ways that Bell lived life. Nice save, that.

“I have this very weird mix of not thinking I’m good looking, general low self-esteem, chip on my shoulder that I’m dumb because I was dyslexic, all these things, yet, unbridled arrogance in relationships,” the ‘Parenthood’ star said.

I’ve always been that way, I don’t know how to explain it. I’ve always felt very confident in relationships. So I never, ever was like, ‘Oh, I hope I can keep Kristen.’”

“I was going, ‘Do I want to be with a Christian, who has eight people living in her house for free? Who has to get out of a car when there’s a dog that doesn’t have a leash and ruin her whole day to rescue this dog? … That’s great and she’s good, but that’s not what I wanna do, I’m not that good, I don’t want to spend my day finding the owner of a dog.’”

(Eh, why not?!)

Instead, I just slowly through time watched what fruit she bore out of the way she moved through life. I looked at the results of how she lived. And they’re pretty undeniable.”

Listen, it all worked out in the end, TG. (Off Camera with Sam Jones)

Source: ITV

Finally, former Dancing On Ice judge Robin Cousins had a few choice words for Gemma Collins this week.

After The GC took an absolute hop off the ice on Sunday’s show, Cousins liked a tweet responding to Piers Morgan in which the “presenter” praised the star’s performance.

Source: ITV

Oh shut up Piers! You’re unbelievable! She’s a lazy, publicity hungry harridan and yes a very smart cookie!”

Anyone else Googling ‘harridan’, right now? (The Sun)

And all of today’s other celebrity dirt…

  • Katie Price looks set to adopt. (The Sun)
  • Megan Barton Hanson is struggling with her breakup with Wes Nelson, especially after finding a cheeseboard with their names engraved into it. Not ideal now. (Instagram)
  • Kate Hudson has clarified her comments on her “genderless parenting” approach. (InStyle)

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