Los Angeles, March 31 (IANS) Reality TV star Scott Disick has called his former partner Kourtney Kardashian as his “best friend” and the person he loves the most in the world.
In an interview on an Australian radio station, Disick said: “She is like my best friend, I’ll love her to the day I die.”
Just last week, Disick joked on Snapchat that he and Kourtney were getting back together, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Although he says that he was just jesting, Disick hasn’t ruled out the possibility of rekindling his romance with the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star.
Asked if he has contemplated reuniting with Kourtney, Disick said: “I never thought a lot of things were going to happen in my life the way that they did. I’m don’t really rule anything out. I have no plans in my mind of what’s going to happen. If things are meant to be maybe they will be. I really don’t know yes or know.
“There were things we both needed to work on as of right now we’re in a good place, I don’t think either of us want more than where we’re at.”
Disick shared that he and Kourtney are in a good place now and are totally focussed on making things as easy as possible for their children Mason, six, Penelope, three, and 15-month-old Reign.
“I don’t think anything is ever simple. I’m not the first person in the world that has gotten separated from their significant other. We’re just trying to make the best of it and life goes on. Things aren’t easy but things are going very well. I’m just happy that we are able to be on good terms,” he said.
JLo has been proposed to five times
Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez says she has been proposed to five times.
The 46-year-old, who got married three times – to waiter Ojani Noa from 1997 to 1998, dancer Cris Judd from 2001 to 2003 and singer Marc Anthony from 2004 to 2014, says she has been popped the question two additional times, reports mirror.co.uk.
Lopez also got engaged to actor Ben Affleck in November 2002 but they postponed their wedding a day before the 2003 ceremony and eventually split in January 2004. But she says he remembers all of her proposals with fond memories.
Speaking on Carpool Karaoke section of “The Late Late Show” with James Corden, Lopez said: “I’ve had some amazing proposals. I don’t want to compare one to the other. They were all pretty spectacular. They were nice.
“And then there’s some that asked me to marry them and I said no. I’ve been married three times. I’ve been proposed to five times.”
Noel Gallagher slams record labels
Musician Noel Gallagher enjoys the freedom he now has as a solo star because he doesn’t have to work with “record label f*****s”.
The 48-year-old has released his two albums following the end of his band Oasis in 2009 on his own Sour Mash Records label. He says now he is glad to have complete artistic autonomy, reports mirror.co.uk.
Speaking on Australian talk show “The Project”, Gallagher said: “I enjoy not working with people in record labels who are, in fact, as we all know f*****s. It is nice to get away from that mob.
“I enjoy the lack of money that I make. I enjoy the lack of record sales, I also enjoy the lack of recognition and the lack of awards that I receive. Quite frankly, my mantelpiece was chock-a-block with the f*****g things. It is nice to take a back seat.”
Emily Blunt forgets she’s pregnant
Actress Emily Blunt says she sometimes forgets that she is pregnant.
The “Into The Woods” actress, who is expecting her second child with husband John Krasinski, says she is so busy looking after their first child, two-year-old daughter Hazel, that she hasn’t been able to “self-indulge” like she did during her first pregnancy, reports people.com.
“The first pregnancy is the most self-indulgent thing in the world because you get massages and prenatal yoga and hypnotherapy CDs. During this one, I forget that I’m even pregnant. I’m hoisting a two-year-old around,” Blunt told C magazine.
The 33-year-old said she finds it quite a “juggle” balancing her job and her family, especially now when her daughter can talk.
“It’s quite a juggle with children, especially young children who are now able to vocalise, ‘Please don’t go.’ I don’t want to feel torn,” she said.