Ana Navarro is opening up about her body transformation.
26.05.2023 - 20:37 / perezhilton.com[Warning: Potentially Triggering Content]
The parents of Gabby Petito will receive a copy of the shocking letter Roberta Laundrie wrote to her son Brian Laundrie amid the tragic situation involving Gabby’s death back in 2021. And now, we know more of what was written in the jaw-dropping note — and why it has become so controversial in the first place.
As we’ve been reporting, Roberta has been under the focus of considerable media and legal attention after writing a note to Brian with some very shocking comments. The handwritten letter — in which Roberta counseled her now-deceased son to “burn after you read this” — has been the focal point of a recent court battle involving Gabby’s parents Nicole Schmidt and Joseph Petito.
Now, on Wednesday, a Florida judge ruled Schmidt and Petito will have access to a copy of the letter as part of their lawsuit against the Laundrie family.
Related: Gabby Petito Selfie CLEARLY Shows Injuries From Brian Laundrie Fight!
As Perezcious readers may recall, the handwritten note appeared to make mention of burying a body. Roberta has contended she wrote the note before the trip on which Brian killed Gabby. However, it was found alongside Brian’s body in the Carlton Reserve in October of 2021, where he died by suicide amid a manhunt for him.
We now know that in the note, Roberta wrote in part:
Shockingly, Brian’s mom went on to add:
“If you need to dispose of a body I will show up with a shovel and garbage bags.”
After Wednesday’s ruling by Judge Danielle Brewer, per CNN and others, Schmidt and Petito will now be granted access to a copy of that note ahead of their upcoming civil trial against the Laundrie family.
Related: Gabby’s Family Uncovers Statements Showing Cop KNEW Brian Was
Ana Navarro is opening up about her body transformation.
Queen’s famous 1975 hit, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” was almost named “Mongolian Rhapsody” when frontman Freddie Mercury first wrote it.The inside intel comes from a new auction exhibition at Sotheby’s Auction House in London, “Freddie Mercury: A World of His Own,” which shows some of his private collection and belongings.Some of Mercury’s songwriting drafts will be on display, including a draft of “Bohemian Rhapsody” scribbled on a piece of stationery from the now-defunct airline, British Midland Airways.The draft spans 15 pages and appears that he crossed out the word “Mongolian” and replaced it with the lyrics “Bohemian Rhapsody,” written in black and blue ballpoint pen and pencil.On the pieces of paper, it also shows that he changed the lyrics of the nearly six-minute-long song’s famous second verse – initially reading, “Mama, there’s a war began, I’ve got to leave tonight.”The final version of the song’s lyrics read, “Mama, just killed a man.”The Post reached out to Sotheby’s for further comment.The manuscript of “Bohemian Rhapsody” is estimated to be auctioned between $100,000 and $150,000,000.Mercury was the lead singer in the popular band “Queen,” and was also their songwriter.He wrote and composed many hits, including “Love of My Life,” “Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon” and “Seaside Rendezvous.”The talented artist died on November 24, 1991, after a battle with AIDS – just one day after he announced his diagnosis publicly, according to the band’s website.The song “Bohemian Rhapsody” was a clear chart-topper, and has been sold or streamed more than 10 million times in the United States, according to People.During a rare 1982 interview with Entertainment Tonight, Mercury spoke more about his musical process and artistic
Recently, Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause shocked fans by announcing to the world that she and her partner, Australian musician G Flip had just tied the knot. Obviously, the news came unexpectedly, as there was no word about an engagement between the two. Instead, the loved up couple decided to do a Kravis and spontaneously get married in a ceremony while in Las Vegas.
Ireland Baldwin is opening up about the realities of pregnancy for all the “soon to be moms” out there that need to hear it — like she did!
SZA realizes that the fame she has now can be gone in an instant.
Channing Tatum is turning to his miniature muse for inspiration. The actor and children's book author is opening up about how his daughter helped him with his latest installment in his book series.Recently, Tatum spoke with ET's Rachel Smith and reflected on his new book,, which is the third book in his best-selling series, and explained how this book is really «different than the first two.»«The first two kind of connected on some level,» he explained.
Love Island newcomer Molly Marsh has shared that she has an uncommon ick when it comes to men. She explained: "Guys shouting at the television when they’re watching sports or the news.
Johnny Depp left fans devastated on Monday when he revealed that due to an ankle injury, he would be forced to cancel his upcoming appearances. Those extended, in particular, to his tour dates with band Hollywood Vampires, consisting of himself, Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, and currently Tommy Henriksen.
Yes, she really just still looks THAT good.
Cher is opening up about her longtime friendship with Tina Turner and some of their final conversations together.
Jazz Tangcay Artisans Editor To bring Disney’s iconic mermaid princess Ariel to life in “The Little Mermaid,” costume designer Colleen Atwood constructed a life-sized tail that went from star Halle Bailey’s chest all the way down past her legs. “We made it to scale and 3D silk-screened the tail and painted onto that so you could get the nuance of the colors,” Atwood says. “We used different layers of sheer material, which gave the tail and scales an iridescent effect.” Her biggest challenge was blending the tail’s scales into Bailey’s skin. “I solved that by putting little fins made of fabric so there was a delineation between where the fish ended and the skin began,” she says.
Loose Women's Linda Robson has opened up about the TV show she was warned not to do over fears it would ruin her career. Linda, who has worked in showbiz for 50 years, says she was told by her agent that after the controversial show would be 'probably never work again.' The 65-year-old, who became well known for playing Tracey Stubbs in the sitcom Birds of a Feather, now appears as a weekly pannist on the ITV daytime show alongside other TV favourites including Stacey Solomon, Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan and Denise Welch. Opening up to The Sun on one of her lesser known TV ventures she filmed in 2018, Gone to Pot, Linda said she was told: "You'll probably never work again".
when she was five, . “When I saw her, [I was] like, ‘She’s so beautiful; I want to be a mermaid too.’ She didn’t look like me, but I was okay with that because it was what I was used to at the time.” The next generation doesn't have to see things that way, though, and videos of with whom they identified have flooded the internet since Bailey was cast. “When I saw those [videos] for the first time, I just cried,” Bailey says.
Tina Turner revealed the way that she wants to be remembered in one of her final interviews, held just weeks before her death.Yesterday (May 24), news broke that legendary singer-songwriter Tina Turner had passed away peacefully in her home. She was aged 83.Hailed as the ‘Queen of Rock’n’Roll’, her death reportedly comes following a long illness and, upon the news of her death, countless tributes have been paid from leading figures of the entertainment world.These respects were led by Mick Jagger, Elton John and Debbie Harry, who all took to social media to share the impact that the ‘Proud Mary’ singer had on them and their respective careers.“I’m so saddened by the passing of my wonderful friend Tina Turner,” The Rolling Stones frontman wrote.
Stacey Solomon sent a message to anyone who may be struggling as she shared how she was feeling 'so anxious' before her day at work. The TV star is currently back hard at work filming for her BBC One show Sort Your Life Out, three months after welcoming her fifth child into the world.
, sisters Kim and Khloé Kardashian had a fascinating heart-to-heart about the particular experience of welcoming a child through surrogacy. Both women had been pregnant before choosing surrogacy and could compare the two experiences, though for Khloé, there was the added complication of being somewhat estranged from , father of her daughter and son, as they prepared to welcome their second child together.“A surrogate process, Kim knows, is really hard for me,” Khloé tells her ex-brother-in-law Scott Disick, to which Kim adds, “She had a hard time accepting the whole process.”“It’s a mindfuck, it’s really the hardest thing,” said Khloé, still sort of reeling and struggling to connect with her newborn son. Kim shed some light on the pregnancy experience for Scott's benefit, explaining, “I do think that there is a difference.
Tina Turner rose to fame alongside her ex-husband, Ike Turner, in what seemed to be a musical match made in heaven. But it wasn’t until Turner fled the couple's hotel room in 1976 and later revealed the reality of their relationship in a bombshell 1981 interview that the world knew about the toxic marriage the musical icon had survived. "It was my relationship with Ike that made me most unhappy.
“The Masked Singer” left a sour taste in her mouth. During the latest episode of “Let’s Talk Off Camera,” Kelly Ripa’s podcast with SiriusXM, the “Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper” and “21 Jump Street” star revealed she was “so pissed” by her departure.
Rosie O'Donnell is always doing what she can to stay above the fray by showing respect and sharing kindness.ET's Denny Directo recently spoke with O’Donnell — while promoting her new Paramount+ documentary, and the longtime TV personality and actress reflected on the spate of recent controversies surrounding toxic and hostile work environments on different daytime talk show sets.Specifically, O'Donnell reflected on how she avoided creating that sort of environment on her own eponymous talk show,, which ran for six seasons from 1996 to 2002.«We had a really wonderful working environment,» O'Donnell recalled. «But, you know, we were the first of that kind of show… [and] because we were the first one, and we had done it, and we had gotten so much acclaim in such a short time, you know everybody was happy.»«I made sure that the staff was off in the summers when we had vacation, and that was unheard of,» she continued. «I made sure there was a nursery on staff, we had a very content, happy staff.»O'Donnell added, «In fact, they keep throwing reunion parties every five years, and everybody comes.
Aubrey Plaza dislikes streaming services so much that she still hasn’t seen her season of The White Lotus.