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Chrishell Stause’s ‘Conscience Is Totally Clear’ Amid Justin Hartley Divorce

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Chrishell Stause has no regrets following her headline-making divorce from Justin Hartley, a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.

“It still stings that Justin blindsided her like that, but the way Chrishell sees it, that’s something Justin has to live with,” the source explains. “Her conscience is totally clear.”

Us confirmed in November 2019 that Hartley, 43, filed for divorce from Stause, 39. While the This Is Us star cited their date of separation as July 8, 2019, she claims that they split on November 22, 2019, the same day he filed.

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“Losing Justin and her mom were devastating blows,” the source tells Us, referring to Stause’s mother losing her battle with cancer in July.

The Dancing With the Stars season 29 contestant, however, is staying positive. “Chrishell has this amazing ability to bounce back from tough situations even when the odds are stacked against her,” the source says.

Fans of Netflix’s Selling Sunset watched the real estate agent learn via text message that Hartley took legal action.

“I found out because he text[ed] me that we were filed. Forty-five minutes later, the world knew,” an emotional Stause claimed during season 3 of the reality show, which started streaming in August. “I know people are saying we were only married two years, but it’s like, we were together for six years. … In a fight, that’s his go-to, you know? Like, ‘I’m out, I’m out.’ I hate that kind of impulsive stuff, but I always just thought, you know, that’s just an issue that we work through it.”

Stause and Hartley wed in October 2017. He was previously married to Lindsay Korman-Hartley, with whom he shares 16-year-old daughter Isabella. Amid backlash from Selling Sunset, Korman-Hartley took to Instagram to defend her ex-husband.

“I appreciate my ex-husband Justin for not only being [an] exemplification of a solid man but for being my dear friend and devoted father to our daughter,” she wrote on August 11. “Simply put; for being family. We derive our own opinion of people by experiencing life and time together, and we do our best to hold dear the ones that maintain consistent kindness, love and generosity.”

While Stause tackles Dancing With the Stars, Hartley has since moved on with Sofia Pernas. For more on their split, watch the video above and pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now!

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Judith Light Talks About Joining The ‘Who’s The Boss?’ Revival: ‘We’ll See How Things Unfold’

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Karen Belz has written for sites such as Bustle, HelloGiggles, Romper, and So Yummy. She’s the mom of a sassy toddler and drinks an alarming amount of Sugar-Free Red Bull in order to keep up with her.

It’s rare for an iconic show not to have some reboot buzz these days — and Who’s the Boss? is one of the latest titles that’s been tossed around.

The series, which originally aired from 1984 to 1992, was featured on ABC.

Back in August, the reboot was confirmed by Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano, both of whom starred on the show. “Very excited to bring Who’s The Boss back to television! #whostheboss” Tony wrote on Instagram, under a vintage photo of the two of them.

However, they’re not the only ones who’ve been chatting about the reboot. Judith Light, who’s currently working on the series Manhunt: Deadly Games, might also make a comeback, if her schedule allows.


Judith played the role of Angela Bower. Tony  played the role of Tony Micelli, who lived with Angela as her housekeeper throughout the series.

When asked about whether or not she’d like to be part of the series, Judith admitted that she had no clue if she’d be taking part. But she did say that she loves the idea and supports her two past costars in this new endeavor.

“We’ll just see how things unfold, but I’m really supportive of them and of the show,” she said. Back in 1984, she admitted that she just clicked with Tony when he was on the set. Their chemistry was one of the many reasons why the show was such a success.

Watch the video to learn about other projects Judith has been involved with throughout the last few years.

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Few topics are as politically polarizing as the issue of abortion. Those of us who are middle aged and younger have always known the abortion debate divided between the political right and left, conservatives and liberals, Republicans and Democrats.

But that has not always been the case.

In fact, it was mostly Republican-nominated Supreme Court Justices who made the case for choice in 1973.

Roe vs. Wade was decided with a 7-2 vote, and not along partisan lines. Those who ruled in favor were as follows, with the president who nominated them and the party of that president indicated in parentheses:

  • Harry Blackmun (Nixon, R)
  • Lewis Powell (Nixon, R)
  • Warren Burger (Nixon, R)
  • William Brennan (Eisenhower, R)
  • Potter Stewart (Eisenhower, R)
  • Thurgood Marshall (LBJ, D)
  • William Douglas (FDR, D)

Those who dissented on Roe vs. Wade:

  • Byron White (Kennedy, D)
  • William Rehnquist (Nixon, R)

So five Republican-nominated justices and two Democrat-nominated justices ruled for choice, while one Republican and one Democrat-nominated justice ruled against.


A lifelong Republican justice, Harry Blackmun, wrote the majority opinion in the case, which basically stated that state laws that unduly restrict abortion were unconstitutional—not specifically because a woman had a right to choose to have an abortion, but because of a the right to privacy under the 14th amendment.

When viewed as a private medical decision, the fact that the party-of-less-government-interference Republicans ruled that way makes perfect sense. It has always struck me as odd that the party who advocates for less government regulation and less government interference in our lives would be the one to push for the government to stick its nose into people’s personal medical decisions. It turns out, they’ve only pushed that argument during my adult lifetime.

There are, of course, debates to be had about when a person should be considered a person with full rights and protections under the law, and people are free to debate the moral questions that come with the personal and/or medical reasons people choose to abort a pregnancy. But there’s no question that abortion is a medical decision, which automatically makes it an issue of privacy. That has not changed since 1973. That has not changed since Republicans ruled in favor of choice.

It’s only since the religious right aligned itself with the Republican party in a direct way (and vice versa) that making abortion illegal became a Republican stance.

Interestingly, that relationship—and the corruption that inevitably results in when religious ideology slips into bed with politics—even played out in the life of “Jane Roe” herself. The woman in the landmark case who pushed for choice, whose real name was Norma McCorvey, ended up publicly changing her stance and pushing an anti-abortion message for decades.

Then, in her dying days, she confessed that it was all an act—that she had been paid by anti-abortion activists to put out that messaging.


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Despite how passionate some people’s anti-abortion stances are today—and how politicians use that passion to garner support—abortion has not always been a big, controversial political issue. For much of Western history, abortion was viewed as a private matter between a woman and a doctor, and history also shows that making abortion illegal doesn’t make abortions not happen.

Since the only things proven to reduce abortion rates are comprehensive sex education, easy and affordable access to birth control, and access to healthcare in general; since choice was originally a Republican-led stance as evidenced by the Roe vs. Wade ruling; and since abortion rates have fallen consistently for the past four decades—more drastically under Democrat administrations than Republican, oddly enough—and are currently at record lows, overturning Roe vs. Wade in an attempt to end abortion seems like a strange goal to pin one’s partisan hat on.

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Carnival Row Season 2: What Will Be The Upcoming Plot And Casting For The New Season

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Orlando Bloom is famous for his acting skills and has a huge fan base. You may have watched him in Lord of The Rings and also in The Pirates of the Caribbean, Orlando Bloom is most loved for his astonishing roles. Notwithstanding, if we are examining his screen space in TV shows, he is known for his part in Carnival Row, and the show is before long showing up for the new season.

What’s The Renewal Status

Carnival Row fantasy series has been renewed for the second run after the two months of the debut of the first run. The second season will happen for sure and we all will love it.

Details On Its Filming

Fans should consider the Current circumstances as it won’t let the filming start soon. However, on Carnival Row, the show recently missed its noteworthy shooting plans, and later on, Coronavirus cleaned all the plans for its filming for season 2.

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Confirmed Release Date

What is the most disappointing news is we have no official affirmation by Amazon Prime Studios, Carnival Row Season 2 could show up this year. It is represented that shooting inclined to complete one month from now, and thusly, the production will be done in late November or early December. The expected release of the second season will be in 2021.

What about The Trailer

No we don’t have any trailer. There is no trailer starting at now as there are incomplete competitions to isolate the trailer. We could envision the trailer around the start of November.

What’s The Story Details

The storyline of the drama series is tied in with fathoming a series of murders in a city where creatures are outsiders. These animals have fled their war-torn nation and taken shelter here. The developing migrant populace is making an unsettling influence in the general public, and the social change is removing whatever the uncomfortable harmony there was.

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