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The Bachelorette started off with Shawn telling Kaitlyn that he gets jealous when she’s with the other suitors and that he wasn’t sure he could handle the rest of the show.
Other highlights from this episode include Kaitlyn asking Nick Viall not to share intimate details about their night together and host Chris Harrison revealing that she needed to narrow it down to three guys this week, have Fantasy Suite dates, and then have hometown dates with the final two guys.
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Teen Wolf‘s Tyler Posey is opening up about romancing Miley Cyrus when they were both very young.
The 23-year-old actor talked about meeting Miley on the set of his TV show Doc, which also starred Miley‘s dad Billy Ray.
“I was basically the only kid on set. She would come on set every now and then and we became really good friends,” Tyler told ET about his nine-year-old self. “We were both goofy and she was really loud, sweet, and funny — just a really cool kid.”
“We were so damn young… I would get excited when we would hold hands,” Tyler said, as their relationship evolved and they dated for two years. She was his first kiss.
“She was herself at seven years old. She knew who she was. I never met anyone like that at my age,” Tyler added.
Scott Eastwood poses with a bottle of Davidoff Cool Water during a press day on Friday (June 26) in New York City.
The 29-year-old Suicide Squad actor opened up to USA Today at the event about his predecessor Paul Walker, who was the face of the brand until his untimely death.
“I’m a big ocean guy. I fish, surf, dive. I was really good buddies with Paul Walker. He was like my big brother,” Scott said. “He didn’t want to put his name on a product for money. He believed in this. He was a big ocean guy as well. To me, the ocean conservation is the most important thing.”
Scott signed a bunch of the bottles to promote Davidoff‘s fourth annual “Love the Ocean” campaign in partnership with National Geographic.