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The ratings have come out, and Kelly Clarkson is officially number 1.  According to a source, she is honored to be on top with ratings. “Kelly has so much to celebrate and couldn’t be prouder. When everybody went into quarantine, and most shows shut down, The Kelly Clarkson Show continued production.” Rumors are still going around that Kelly will take Ellen DeGeneres’ spot after Ellen’s contract is up.

Since the death of actress Cloris Leachman was made public, many have come forward to honor her. On Twitter, Mel Brooks, George Takei, Ed Asner, John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Sandra Bernhard were just some of the celebrities to honor her.  George Takei wrote, “Rest in peace, and save a laugh for us when we get there.” Bob Saget wrote, “I had the pleasure of being roasted by her on television. My deepest sympathies to her loved ones.” The Academy also put out a statement in her honor. They wrote, “Cloris Leachman was a comedy legend. From a groundbreaking role on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” to the films of Mel Brooks and her Oscar-winning turn in Peter Bogdanovich’s “The Last Picture Show,” she never lost her ability to shock, delight, and surprise us. She will be missed.”

Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin have taken their relationship to the next level by moving in together. The Coldplay frontman purchased the home in Malibu for $12.5 million and is in the same area as his other homes, which share a seashore together.

Kris Jenner’s former bodyguard, Marc McWilliams, claims she made unwanted advances towards him that involved grabbing his butt, touching his midsection and exposing herself to him. He was in court yesterday updating the previous lawsuit he filed against her.  McWilliams wants $3 million. Kris did not comment.

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