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The Sauce, With Sos 6/21/22


Watch Harry Styles Help a Fan Come Out in the Middle of a Concert

Harry Styles was playing Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday night, when he saw a fan in the audience holding a sign that said, "Help me come out." So he did.

 He grabbed a pride flag and said, quote, "When this flag goes above my head, you are officially out, okay? I think that's how it works. When this [flag] goes over my head, you're officially gay, my boy."

 He teased the crowd a few times by ALMOST raising the flag over his head and saying, quote, "No, still straight."

 Then he DID raise it over his head, and he said, quote, "Congratulations . . . you are a free man."

 (Check out video here.)

Kelly Clarkson Finally Has Her Ranch Back

Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, has finally moved out of Clarkson’s Montana ranch two years after their split. An insider says that Blackstock wanted to fight the court order saying he had to vacate the property by June 1st, but he was talked out of it.

While he’s now gone from the property, sources say he’s “a constant thorn in her side,” including $115k per month in spousal support she’s paying to Blackstock until January 2024 and $45,601 a month in child support to him. Clarkson has primary custody of their two children, but they spend one weekend with him every month.

Source: Us Magazine

Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna Reach Last Minute Settlement

Days after a judge denied Rob Kardashian’s motion to enforce a previous settlement deal with Blac Chyna, the two apparently hammered out a new deal just before jury selection could begin for their trial. Chyna was suing Rob for posting nude photos and videos of her on social media in July of 2017.

Potential jurors were lined up outside the courthouse but will be dismissed due to the settlement. No details of the deal have been released. As you might recall, Chyna lost another court battle last month when a jury decided that the Kardashian-Jenners didn’t defame Chyna and awarded her no damages.

Source: Page Six


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