Kourtney Kardashian will "never forget" how scared Kim Kardashian West was when she first spoke about her Paris robbery.
The 37-year-old reality star was in the French capital when her younger sister was tied up and robbed at gunpoint in October, and has admitted the "terror in her voice" when she spoke about her ordeal will haunt her forever.
Taking to Twitter on Sunday (19.03.17) hours before the airing of the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' episode in which Kim talks about her attack, Kourtney said: "I will never forget the terror in her voice. Thank you God for protecting her. #tonight #KUWTK (sic)"
Kourtney's tweet comes after Kim, 36, also took to Twitter before the airing of the episode to say that whilst her ordeal was "very tough", she also believes it was a "life changing experience" that she won't shy away from.
George Michael fans have reportedly been paying £14 to take a guided tour of the cemetery where he will be buried.
The 'Careless Whisper' hitmaker - who was found dead in bed on Christmas Day (12.25.16) - is set to be laid to rest alongside his mother Lesley at Highgate West Cemetery, north London, later this week.
And loyal fans of the chart-topping star have been so eager to show their love for George that they have paid for guided tours of the cemetery, according to the Daily Star newspaper.
However, George's family are determined to maintain the late singer's privacy and have, therefore, demanded they keep tours well away from the grave.
Perrie Edwards is missing her new boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain while she's on tour.
The Little Mix singer has been dating the English soccer star since late last year and Perrie has taken to Instagram to post a loved-up snap of her boyfriend, admitting she is missing his company.
The 23-year-old star, who was previously engaged to former One Direction singer Zayn Malik, wrote alongside the cute snap: "Apologies for this extra af, cheese on toast post.... But s**t I miss him toooo much! @alexoxchamberlain (sic)"
The snap shows Alex and Perrie - who is holding a glass in one hand - sharing a passionate kiss and has already liked more than 300,000 times on the photo-sharing website.
Scarlett Johansson only agreed to star in 'The Ghost in the Shell' after consulting her therapist.
The 32-year-old actress plays Major in the live-action remake of the Japanese manga tale and was initially reluctant to take on the role as it wasn't long after she'd given birth to her and estranged husband Romain Dauriac's daughter Rose, now two.
She said: "I'd had my daughter a couple of months before and it just seemed like an enormous undertaking. But something about it was enigmatic and I sat on it and discussed it in therapy. It was on my mind."
Selena Gomez and The Weeknd enjoyed a romantic date at Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto, Canada, on Sunday (03.19.17).
The loved-up couple, who started dating earlier this year, documented their date via social media, with the 'Party Monster' singer posting a series of videos and snaps of their day out on his Instagram Story.
In one clip, Selena is seen sitting on the floor and gazing up at jellyfish as they swim in a huge tank, while The Weeknd also posted a photo of himself watching the jellyfish swim by.
The presence of one of the world's most famous couples also captured the imagination of other visitors to Ripley's Aquarium, some of whom subsequently took to social media to express their surprise and excitement.
Mel Gibson is supporting Holocaust survivors in eight countries.
The 'Passion of the Christ' actor - who has previously been accused of anti-Semitism - has quietly thrown his support behind the Survivor Mitzvah Project, which provides emergency aid to survivors of the Nazi genocide, which led to the deaths of six million Jews.
Actress Zane Buzby shared: "Mel Gibson is helping Holocaust survivors in eight countries, it's remarkable.
"I have a great respect for people who turn their lives around, and I think that everyone makes mistakes in life, and I think the real proof of what kind of human being you are is what you do with that mistake."
Kim Kardashian West "knew something wasn't right" just before she was robbed at gunpoint.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star was home alone when she was robbed in Paris and admits at first she thought all the commotion was her personal assistant Stephanie Sheppard coming in from a night out.
She recalled: "I'm calling to them, like, 'Hello? Hello?' And there's no answer. And then at that moment when there wasn't an answer, my heart started to get really tense. Like, you know [when] your stomach just kind of knots up and you're like, 'OK, what's going on?' I knew something wasn't quite right."
Before she knew it, Kim realised the robbers were holding another man down - who she later identified as the hotel's concierge - and revealed he had to act as a translator for them as the criminals only spoke French.
Speaking in a preview clip from the family's E! reality show, she added: "[I saw] two guys holding another guy down, in police uniforms, right outside of my bedroom, five feet away ...
"The guy came in and grabbed the phone from me, threw me on the bed, and I was like, 'This is it.' I couldn't understand them, they couldn't understand me. What I've heard from talking to [the concierge] afterwards is they said, 'Where is the rapper's wife? Let us up to her room.'"
It comes after Kim - who has North, three, and Saint, 15 months, with her husband Kanye West - recently admitted she thinks the Paris robbers targeted her because they could track her whereabouts on social media.
The 36-year-old television personality said: "What I think happened now, after like thinking about it so much, is that there was probably a group of guys that were following us the entire trip.
"I was Snapchatting that I was home and that everyone was going out. So I think they knew [bodyguard Pascal Duvier] was out with Kourtney and that I was there by myself.
"They had to have known we were leaving that I was there by myself. They had to have known we were leaving that day. They had this window of opportunity and just went for it."
Lindsay Lohan is "so scared" to go back to Los Angeles.
The 30-year-old actress moved to London from sunny California in 2012 to escape the spotlight and has opened up about the panic attacks and anxiety she suffered every time paparazzi set off their camera flashes and how much "safer" she feels residing in the British capital where the laws on snappers are more relaxed.
She said: "Meetings and seeing friends and family. I haven't been to LA in I don't know how long and I'm so scared to go. It's just so overwhelming.
"Landing at the airport and it's like, I get this panic attack and can't breathe, just the [camera flashes], that moment, it's weird for me and I haven't had that in a long time. I found peace when I got to England and moved to London, I felt a lot safer."
Asked if she doesn't want to go back because of the paparazzi while appearing on 'John Bishop: In Conversation With...', she said: "Yeah, and I started thinking about the business aspect of things and I really felt a good schedule. But also the press, the legal terms of it here are very different, they can't photograph you on the main street but in America, its a free for all and they have a mentality of the more the better, which is not necessarily a good thing. And I did my first movie here, I kind of regained my youth here and then started thinking about the future."
The 'Mean Girls' star says being papped was never normal and she finds it "startling" despite being given advice from fashion designer Karl Lagerfield.
Asked if it was a common thing to happen to her, she said: "No, Karl Lagerfeld told me just imagine they are machine guns, stand there quick and then run, that's what it felt like. It's true, once you don't have that, it starts to feel like that, that sound, the shutter, it's startling."