The Spill: Tuesday's best entertainment and gossip news.

1. Erm. Apparently one of the Bachelor contestants brought her ex-boyfriend to the mansion.

Excuse us, but the 2019 season of the Bachelor has yet to start and we are very confused.

Apparently contestant Emma Roche – a 32-year-old fashion brand manager from NSW – brings her ex-boyfriend to the Bachelor mansion, which doesn’t exactly make any sense when you’re about to embark on a journey to find true love on a national reality TV dating show.

According to Woman’s Day, “one of her ex-boyfriends” helped her carry her two dogs as she walked down the red carpet, moments before she met Matt Agnew, and juicy drama aside, we’re just excited about the possible addition of #puppycontent this season.

Just. Look. At. Them.


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While we don’t know the dynamic between Roche and her ex, she did tell Woman’s Day her last partner “broke her heart”.

“He never communicated that he had a problem with our relationship, so I was devastated when he broke up with me,” she said.

Now, we just hope the Bachelor feels the same way about dogs as she does.


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Hopefully tomorrow’s premiere will reveal everything.

Listen to today’s episode of The Spill, in which Laura Brodnik and Kee Reece explain the strange disappearance of Jennifer Lawrence.

2. The stars of All New Monty have been sending each other… nude photos.

Channel 7’s All New Monty stars have been getting to know each other in a particularly intimate way, as was revealed by Matty J in an interview with news.com.au.

“One afternoon I looked at my photos and there was a giant penis,” he said, discussing Rabbitohs player George Burgess’ introduction to the group.

“It was breaking the ice, technically, but if anything I found that photo more intimidating.”


Eight stars including Wiggles member Sam Moran, Brendan Fevola, and Todd McKenney will strip down tonight to encourage men to be proactive in getting regular prostate and testicular health checks.

Matty J reported that not all cast members bared all for the group chat though, and it was the sporting stars who were most willing to share.

“Those guys were extremely comfortable being naked in front of each other because they said that a lot of their time was spent in the locker room chatting naked,” he said.

The All New Monty airs tonight at 7.30pm.

The star-studded cast of All New Monty. Image: Channel 7

3. "I don't take it home." Jamie Foxx on why he immediately gave away his Oscar statue.

Speaking to Jerry Seinfeld in Netflix's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jamie Foxx has admitted he never took home his 2005 Oscar, which he received for his role as best actor in the movie Ray.

“When I win the Oscar, I don’t take the Oscar home,” he shared. “I give it to my manager."

Foxx explained his fear, that having the Oscar in his possession will mean he "won't be funny anymore."


"For whatever reason, when I was holding that Oscar I automatically started to speak in an English accent," he joked.

The actor also talked about his struggle to take Oscar nominations and award ceremonies seriously in a sit-down interview at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.

"I was like, ‘Oh, I’m nominated? Break out the champagne and let’s party.’ I remember having paparazzi on me for the first time. I remember going absolutely nuts," he said.

"I went to the Golden Globes and there was champagne involved and I was just wrong on the red carpet. I was disrespectful to the process."

And it was his "wrong" behaviour which led to an intervention staged by his publicist, and Oprah.

“Oprah told me, ‘You really have a great chance to do something that is wonderful, and the character you played touched so many people, but not if you act like this’,” he said.

4. Katy Perry has been found guilty of ripping off a Christian rap song.

After a week-long trial, a Los Angeles jury has found that Katy Perry's song 'Dark Horse' infringes on the copyright of 2009 song 'Joyful Noise' by Christian rapper Marcus Gray, who goes by the name Flame.

Although both Perry and her co-writers Dr Luke (Lukas Gottwald) and Cirkut (Henry Walter) claimed they had never listened to Joyful Noise, Gray and his co-writer Da Truth (Emmanuel Lambert Jr.) said their song was such a hit that they could have easily heard it. Co-writer Sarah Hudson and featured artist, Juicy J will also be held liable.

For reference... here's Perry's 2013 hit:


And here's 'Joyful Noise' by Flame, AKA Marcus Gray.

Despite considerably different subject matters, both songs do feature a similar beat and instrumental lines.

The defendants (AKA Perry and her team) will now be expected to pay Gray compensatory damages, however this amount will be determined at a later date.

5. People are angry about precisely six elements of Meghan Markle's Vogue cover.

You couldn’t pay us enough to be Meghan Markle.

You see, the Duchess of Sussex has a spectacular talent for infuriating people no matter what she does.

The latest issues people have with the 37-year-old former actress is thanks to her guest editor gig at British Vogue, where she created a cover for the September issue featuring 15 “trailblazing changemakers, united by their fearlessness in breaking barriers”.


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Lovely, isn’t it? Meghan using her role and profile to showcase other wonderful women – who could possibly find issue with that?

Well, um, for starters: The internet. The internet can find a problem with everything, and they’ve found at least six with Meghan’s British Vogue edition.

We explain in our previous article here.