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Kevin Hart took to Instagram to publicly apologize to his pregnant wife and his kids for what he described as a “bad error in judgment.” The comedian posted a video on Saturday in which he said he wasn’t perfect and there were “no excuses.” He said someone was trying to seek “financial gain” over his mistakes, and he’d rather confess. According to TMZ, someone filmed Hart engaging in “sexually suggestive” behavior with another woman — though TMZ noted it is not a sex tape — and has allegedly demanded money from Hart in exchange for not leaking the footage. —AP/Express



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Nutrition
As in, 12 to 25 glasses full of rivals’ tears

In Tom Brady’s book “The TB12 Method,” out Tuesday, the NFL star outlines his regimented diet. According to The Boston Globe, which obtained a copy of the book, Brady drinks 12 to 25 glasses of water per day, focuses on plant-based foods, avoids desserts and will sometimes drink bone broth. In an appearance on CBS to promote his book, Brady said he’s never tried coffee, and rarely ever has salt, sugar or dairy.



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Neglected
‘No one noticed we split, so just letting you know’

Fergie and Josh Duhamel have separated after eight years of marriage. The couple said in a joint statement to People that they split earlier this year, but kept the news private “to give our family the best opportunity to adjust,” and that they “will always be united in support of each other and our family.” The two have a son, Axl, who was born in 2013. —AP/Express



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Humble
Beckham spawn issues reminder that he is famous

Brooklyn Beckham, who recently moved to New York City to study photography at Parsons School of Design, told New York magazine that some of his peers are “fangirls.” “Sometimes, I have to be like, ‘I’m going to be with you for like, four years, so chill,’ ” he said. “It’s gotten better. … It’s just at the beginning, it’s such a shock to them, so it’s fine.”



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Complaints
Charles’ money is also too green and his diamonds are too big

Prince Charles wants to give up Buckingham Palace as the primary royal residence when he becomes king of England. Sources told the Sunday Times of London that he plans to remain in London’s Clarence House with his wife, Camilla. Prince William, Charles’ son, reportedly agrees that the palace, which has 775 rooms, is too big and expensive for a family home.



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Verbatim
“[Women] are learning that the more we open our mouths, the more we become a choir.” — Amber Tamblyn, in a New York Times op-ed titled “I’m Done With Not Being Believed,” about sexual harassment