Bella Hadid Just Shut Down Rumors That She’s Dating One of Her Best Friends

At this point in her career, Bella Hadid has reached a level of fame where she’s followed by photographers wherever she goes. At best, the paparazzi photos are used for street style inspiration or to praise her cute new haircut. At worst, it’s an invasion of privacy so troubling she has to move. It’s a fine line between a blessing and a curse, for sure. Hadid may not like the paparazzi catching her off guard, but she does use their photos on her own Instagram page. Still, there’s one paparazzi move in particular that definitely falls on the side of annoying for Hadid: when photos of her casually hanging out with a friend spark dating rumors.

That’s what happened recently when Hadid was captured (on multiple occasions) spending time with DJ Daniel Chetrit in NYC. Take a look:

Celebrity Sightings in New York City - July 26, 2017

PHOTO: Gotham

Celebrity Sightings in New York City - July 26, 2017

PHOTO: Gotham

Celebrity Sightings in New York City - July 26, 2017

PHOTO: Raymond Hall

To be fair to the rumor mill, though, the two were seen holding hands in some of the photographs—and, honestly, potential celebrity romances have been built up on far less. However, Hadid was quick to shut down that narrative on her Twitter.

“Just to be clear…I’m STILL not dating any of my best friends, y’all! In a committed relationship with myself & my happiness for now,” she wrote, followed by a string of emojis.

So, that’s that on Hadid and Chetrit—and a lesson on why you should never jump to conclusions.

This isn’t the first time Hadid has made it clear she’s in no hurry to date following her breakup with The Weeknd. “It’s like I’m finally getting to the point where I can just think about what I want to do and the places I want to go,” she told Grazia back in May. “I want to be as independent as possible and worry about myself rather than anyone else.” We’re here for that.

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Should Kailyn Tell Javi About Her Teen Mom 2 Pregnancy?

Kailyn’s third pregnancy may not have been revealed by the MTV mama — but now that the life-changing development has been captured on camera, the college student disclosed more details during tonight’s Teen Mom 2 episode. One important item she shared in the middle of a candid chat with Jo: the choice to (currently) keep this news from ex Javi.

“I’m afraid that he will try to sell [the story],” Kail told her former high school sweetheart.

While the young dad stressed she needed to let Javi know, Kail explained her reasoning for keeping it guarded at this point in time.

“He is not stable right now,” she stressed.

But should she tell Lincoln’s father about her bundle of joy on the way now that more people are in the know (like Jo)? Kail kept this pregnancy closely guarded until she was past her first trimester — but now that she’s past the critical three-month mark (and will begin to show), it is now featured on the series. In addition, Isaac is aware (telling Jo, “My mommy is having another baby”) and there’s a chance Javi could hear it from the seven-year-old — or someone else.

Or is Javi not to be trusted with this deeply personal information? While the divorce is now final and they appear to have made improvements with their co-parenting, the two have notoriously had trouble effectively and calmly communicating. Plus, Kail is still in the early stages of this journey — and this baby’s arrival is not imminent.

What do you think? Share your thoughtful comments below, and don’t miss a brand-new Teen Mom 2 episode on Monday at 9/8c.

RHOP’s Gizelle Bryant and Sherman Douglas Still Going Strong: ‘He’s My Boo’

For Gizelle Bryant and her “boo,” retired NBA star Sherman Douglas, it started with a hello — and a great view.

“We met at the gym,” the Real Housewives of Potomac star told PEOPLE at Jill Zarin’s 5thAnnual Luxury Luncheon in the Hamptons on Saturday.

“I took a running class and we ran on a treadmill and he would always take the treadmill behind me,” explained Bryant, 46.

“I think he was liking what he was seeing in front of him …” she said with a laugh.

But he never said anything to her.

“So one day I said hi,” she shared.

They went for coffee to see if they clicked enough to go on a first date. “And we’ve been together ever since,” said Bryant. “He’s amazing.”

Not only is he a gentleman who treats her well, but as a former NBA star, he understands the fame she is enjoying now.

“He gets it,” said Bryant. “He’s been there, done that. He’s retired now so he’s chillin.’”

Now retired, Douglas, 50, played professionally for the Miami Heat, the Boston Celtics, the Milwaukee Bucks, the New Jersey Nets and the Los Angeles Clippers from 1989 to 2001.

“He’s my boo…” she said of Douglas.

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A Makeup Line for “Every Hue”

Besides enjoying her time with Douglas, starring on RHOP, and raising her three daughters, Bryant is also a successful businesswoman who is on her way to becoming a makeup mogul.

Bryant recently launched EveryHue Beauty, which offers a tinted moisturizer available in 12 shades, along with a foundation brush and blending sponge.

“It’s a line geared toward women of color, but we are encompassing every hue for every woman,” she explained.

Guests at Zarin’s Luxury Luncheon were able to try out the tinted moisturizer at the EveryHue Beauty Bar.

“We had our EveryHue Tinted Moisturizer, beauty blenders and brushes there,” she said. “We also had a makeup artist there to color match attendees. We gave out samples. Everyone loved the lightweight feel and the coverage.”

She started the line, she admitted, because “I just felt like women of color have been left out of the beauty business and I wanted to concentrate on that.”

“EveryHue is designed to match your skin tone perfectly,” said Bryant.

The tinted moisturizer contains vitamin C, vitamin E, aloe and SPF to keep skin healthy and hydrated.

Bryant, who graduated from Hampton University with a degree in marketing, partnered with three beauty professionals to create EveryHue: makeup artist Karlene Damallie, marketing professional Erika Liles and Sophia Rabkin, who has a diverse background in health care and beauty industries.

Next up for the line? “A highlighter, bronzer and setting powder in one compact,” Bryant revealed.

Sisterhood of the Traveling Housewives

Bryant traveled from Maryland to join a host of other Bravo stars who came out to support Zarin and her husband, Bobby Zarin, who is battling thyroid cancer.

On Thursday, Zarin revealed to PEOPLE exclusively that Bobby was recovering from a recent procedure at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City after his cancer took an unexpected turn last week.

The luncheon raised money for the International Thyroid Oncology Group, which is seeking cutting edge treatments for advanced thyroid cancer.

Joining Bryant at the lavish Hamptons event were RHONY stars Luann D’Agostino, Ramona Singer and Tinsley Mortimer.

Housewives from afar included Marysol Patton of Real Housewives of Miami, Kathy and Rich Wakile of Real Housewives of New Jersey, and Pettifleur Berenger of Real Housewives of Melbourne. Bachelor in Paradise‘s Vinny Ventiera also came to the party.

“I had a great time,” said Bryant. “Jill knows how to throw a party!”

Louis Tomlinson Weighs In On Justin Bieber’s Canceled Tour

A week after Justin Bieber canceled the remaining dates of his Purpose World Tour, his musical peers are sounding off on the abrupt move.

The latest musician to comment is Louis Tomlinson, who shared his thoughts in an interview with 92.3 AMP Radio.

“Obviously, you have to be in a good position mentally,” Tomlinson said, when asked about “the right thing to do” in Bieber’s position. “But I also think, to a certain degree, when you’re signing up to something, you should see it through.”

Bieber kicked off the Purpose World Tour way back in March 2016 and performed 154 shows before axing the remaining 15 dates last week. Tomlinson is no stranger to lengthy, grueling world tours himself, but the former One Direction singer stressed that committing to his fans is his top priority.

“There’s never enough that I can say or do for the fans, and I honestly think people can forget that,” Tomlinson said. “At the end of the day, it’s the people who are buying the records that are putting you where you are.”

Besides Tomlinson, John Mayer has also spoken out about Bieber’s tour cancellation. He defended the pop star on Twitter last week, writing, “When someone pulls remaining dates of a tour, it means they would have done real damage to themselves if they kept going. We’ve lost so many great artists lately. I give Justin [thumbs up] for realizing it was time to call it. You should too.”

The bottom line — in both Tomlinson and Mayer’s eyes — appears to be this: Bieber has to take care of himself before he can be his best self onstage. Here’s hoping he’s on the upswing.

Ryan Adams Rips the Strokes in Twitter Rant

Ryan Adams unleashed a series of tweets mocking the Strokes Monday, two months after the band detailed the rift between them and the singer-songwriter.

In the book Meet Me in the Bathroom, a look at NYC indie rock in the early 2000s, Adams is painted as a “bad influence” for the Strokes’ Albert Hammond Jr.

“Ryan would always come and wake me at two in the morning and have drugs, so I’d just do the drugs and kind of numb out,” Hammond said in the oral history. “I knew I would shoot up drugs from a very young age. I’d been wanting to do heroin since I was 14 years old.”

For undisclosed reasons, Adams decided to respond to the Strokes’ allegations on Twitter Monday.

“[Albert] Hammond is a more horrible songwriter than his dad. If that’s possible. It rains in [southern] CA & washes out the dirt As you were,” Adams tweeted, mocking Albert Hammond Sr.’s 1972 song “It Never Rains in Southern California.”

In Meet Me in the Bathroom, it’s also revealed Strokes singer Julian Casablancas allegedly threatened to beat up Adams if he continued to hang out with Hammond Jr. “Did I specifically tell Ryan to stay away from Albert? I can’t remember the details, to be honest,” Casablancas said. “I think heroin just kind of crosses a line. It can take a persons soul away. So it’s like if someone is trying to give your friend a lobotomy — you’re gonna step in.”

Adams’ response to that Monday: “Julian Casablancas: who got you strung out on lasagna tho?”

Adams, a former friend of the band who once recorded his own version of the Strokes’ debut LP Is This It, continued to tease the band’s in a series of tweets, including their rumored jealousy of the Killers.

“Last Impressions of Actual Songs,” Adams tweeted, a knock on First Impressions of Earth. “I should’ve forced them to get addicted to writing better songs. Too bad @thekillers did it for them.”

Adams then started responding to Strokes fans defending the band on Twitter, resulting at more digs at Casablancas’ side project the Voidz. “I sold more t shirts last night than people who actually made it thru a single Voidz song, bro,” Adams wrote. “What’s he gonna do? Sit on me?”

In Meet Me in the Bathroom, Adams admitted he felt scapegoated by the band for Hammond Jr.’s addiction issues.

“That’s so sad, because Albert and I were friends. If anything, I really felt like I had an eye on him in a way that they never did,” Adams said. “I loved him so deeply. I would never ever have given him a bag of heroin. I remember being incredibly worried about him, even after I continued to do speedballs… It was easy to brand me as the problem. I would suspect that they soon learned that I was not the problem.”

The members of the Strokes have not yet responded to Adams on social media.