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US Weekly's Christina Garibaldi joined us this week to share all things making celebrity headlines.


2021 is off to a wilde start, kicking off with a new Hollywood couple-- Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles.

Garibaldi shared:

"Two months after ending her seven-year engagement to Jason Sudeikis, Olivia Wilde has moved on with Harry Styles."

According to a source, their chemistry was "almost instantaneous." The pair got closer on the set of their upcoming movie 'Don't Worry Darling.'

Garibaldi went on to say:

"The two showed off some PDA while they were spotted holding hands at a friend's wedding recently, and a source told us that it was only a matter of time before they got together."

Also making headlines, Prince William and Prince Harry! The royal brothers are allegedly putting their differences aside and making amends.

Garibaldi said:

"After two years of a royal rift, we are hearing that they are putting their royal differences aside, and they're starting to mend their relationship."

According to a source, "they both agreed that life is way too short for pettiness and animosity."

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