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Beyonce gave birth 2 weeks ago Monday, but she and JAY-Z are still dealing with premature birth issues … sources connected to the family tell TMZ. Sources familiar with the situation tell us, as of 4 days ago the infants were still in the hospital. As we reported, they are “under the lights” … which typically means they have jaundice, the result of elevated bilirubin issues. The lights lower bilirubin in the blood to eliminate the jaundice. We’re told none of the medical problems should pose serious long-term issues … nonetheless, we’re told doctors did not want the babies released until they were stabilized.

 

Kansascity.com claims the University of Missouri rescinded Bill Cosby’s honorary degree on Friday because of his sexual assault allegations.

 

Faculty council member Ben Trachtenberg tells the site: “Bill Cosby’s behavior, which is quite well-documented, is inconsistent with having an honorary degree from the University of Missouri. The board’s vote sent the message that we’re not willing to let him have our degree now that we know information that, of course, was not available to us when we conferred it.”

 

TMZ claims the producers of Bachelor in Paradise are now checking contestant luggage for drugs. The site posted an email from producers that reads …. “Upon your arrival, your bags will be inventoried specifically for any over the counter and prescription drugs that are not prescribed to you.” Any prescription/illegal drugs will be confiscated. All drugs, over the counter and prescribed, must be submitted to the Nurse to keep and dispense accordingly for your stay in Mexico.”

 

TMZ claims Kim Kardashian recently bought Jackie Kennedy’s Cartier watch for $379,500. Christie’s Auction House expected the watch to only sell for $120,000. Kim plans to wear the watch and says it has no diamonds

 

Deadline.com claims Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones are going to star in a new sci-fi movie called Ad Astra. Pitt will play an astronaut, who tries to figure out why his father (Jones) disappeared 20 years earlier during an interplanetary mission

 

Contact Music claims Lindsay Lohan is charging fans $4 a month for behind-the-scenes access to her life. Fans, who buy her new premium service will be able to see pictures and videos not available to the public.

 

Lindsay says; ”I’m always looking for new ways to connect with my fans and give them something that has not been available before, things that wouldn’t go on Instagram or Facebook. I wanted a place to really express myself to the people who care most and that’s what this is about.”

 

Ace Showbiz, citing Life & Style Weekly, claims Brad Pitt is hoping for a reconciliation with Angelina Jolie. A source tells sites: “She has invited Brad over to her new Los Feliz mansion, which is close to his house. Part of him hopes they can resume their lives together there and have a new beginning. Brad has blinders on when it comes to Angie. His friends are very concerned that she is using him to get the divorce agreement changed, and once he realizes that, it could send him spinning.”

 

One of Charlie Sheen’s ex girlfriends is suing him for exposing her to HIV. The couple dated in 2015 before having unprotected relations. Sheen told his girlfriend that he was fine and had no diseases. After relations, Sheen said he was HIV-positive and gave his girlfriend two pills to prevent transmission

 

He is quoted as telling her; “This is more about […] not if, but when you do come down with this [HIV], that we’re together and at least we have each other,”

 

People magazine claims Erin Andrews and Jarret Stoll married on Saturday in Montana. Family and friends attended the nuptials. Stoll is a hockey player

 

Hooray for Hollywood: Here are this past weekend’s box office results.

 

1 – Transformers: Last Knight – $45.3 million (Cinema Scoop … the movie cost $260 million to produce. It is the most expensive Transformers film ever. The film had the lowest domestic opening of any Transformers movie yet … $265 million worldwide)

 

2 – Cars 3 – $25.2 million

 

2 – Wonder Woman – $25.2 million

 

3 – 47 Meters Down – $7.43 million

 

4 – All Eyez On Me – $5.85 million

 

5 – The Mummy – $5.83 million