Our friends at US Weekly give us the goods on some big celebrity relationships. What's good, bad, and ugly for some big name celebs?

Kate Hudson's Fabulous Life

Some women dread turning 40, but those women aren't Kate Hudson. The actress is on top of the world with a new movie, a wildly successful fashion line, and a killer job as the brand ambassador for Weight Watchers. On top of that, she has a new baby with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa.

How does Hudson manage all of the good vibes? By maintaining a positive relationship with her exes -- Chris Robinson and Matt Bellamy. With one child each, she recognizes the importance of keeping them in her life.

Divorce is Good for Wendy Williams

The larger-than-life talk show queen has several good reasons to be in a bad mood lately -- from the fact that she just served her husband of 21 years divorce papers, or the fact that his alleged mistress just gave birth to a baby.

Despite all of that, sources say that Wendy Williams is in an "amazing mood" with "renewed pep in her step" as she begins this new chapter in her life. The source also says that she's "acting like her old self."

Are Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Okay?

Amidst rumors of cheating, it would be easy to question Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's relationship, but sources assure us that the duo are in a "great place" and that Kylie has plenty of trust in her man.

Stay tuned to Celebrity Page and US Weekly for the latest rumors and relationship news from the fabulous world of celebrity romance.

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Bernie Sanders

As Bernie Sanders sat there on inauguration day looking like a dad who came to see your soccer game, he struck a chord with the heart of the internet, turning that image of him sitting there in those mittens into everything from Renaissance paintings to popular TV shows.


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Naomi Watts Brings "Penguin Bloom" to Life

Seeking authenticity in playing a woman who's life is shattered by an accident that leaves her paralyzed, Naomi Watts read the deeply personal journals of Sam Bloom, the protagonist in the new film from Netflix, "Penguin Bloom." Based on the book by Cameron Bloom and Bradley Trevor Greive, Naomi wanted to be sure to give an accurate account of the physical and psychological pain of a woman who has to try and rebuild her life and her impacted family relationships.