Wednesday, July 15, 2015

IS ERIC STONESTREET FROM "MODERN FAMILY" DATING BETHENNY FRANKEL?!: Word on the street is that ERIC STONESTREET from "Modern Family" and "Real Housewives of New York" star BETHENNY FRANKEL might be dating.

 According to E! Online, they've "been enjoying each others company casually for a few months now," most recently taking in a Dodgers game last Monday. (PHOTO)

But source says they're just friends who've been hanging out since they met at a party back in April. Bethenny herself kind of shot the rumors down yesterday by Tweeting, "Wow, so many boyfriends, so little time. How did I manage to be at a Dodgers game and be in the Hamptons at the same time?!!!"

Stonestreet replied, "Hey Bethenny. I'm a big fan. Can I get a follow?"

JUSTIN BIEBER WANTS TO SLICE HIMSELF OFF A PIECE OF KELLY RIPA: Consider yourself yesterday's news, SELENA GOMEZ, because JUSTIN BIEBER's got a new lady on his mind.

And that lady is KELLY RIPA.

 The 21-year-old Biebz posted a picture of 44-year-old Kelly in a bikini/lingerie thingy yesterday and caption it, "Wow Kelly makes me feel some type of way. No disrespect I know she's married!," followed by the hashtag "bigcrush" and two smiley-face emoji with hearts for eyes.

Neither Kelly nor Mark has responded to Justin's candid admission.

WHOOPI GOLDBERG IS FINALLY CHANGING HER TUNE ON BILL COSBY: WHOOPI GOLDBERG is apparently done defending BILL COSBY. As recently as last week, she thought Cosby should be considered innocent until proven guilty, but on "The View" yesterday, Goldberg admitted that the evidence against him is overwhelming.

"If this is to be tried in the court of public opinion," she said, "I got to say all of the information that's out there kind of points to guilt."

Goldberg's comments came during a segment featuring ABC News legal analyst Dan Abrams, who explained in answer to Goldberg's questions that most all of Cosby's accusers have no legal criminal or civil recourse, because the statute of limitations in most cases has expired -- even though, Abrams said, "It's impossible to ignore the consistency of these stories."

Court document released last week revealed Cosby had admitted to procuring drugs for use in having sex with women. He has never been criminally charged in connection with any of the allegations -- allegations his reps continue to deny.

Meanwhile ... actor Joseph C. Phillips, the guy who played Denise's husband on "The Cosby Show," also pulled back his support for Cosby.

In an essay titled "Of Course Bill Cosby is Guilty," Phillips writes that it was "common knowledge [on the set] that Bill played around," and concludes that he's "fairly certain...some of the [women accusing Bill of drugging them are] lying through their teeth, but certainly not all of them."

You can read the whole thing HERE.

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