Karlie Kloss marries Josh Kushner three months after announcing engagement

Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner have tied the knot! 
Karlie Kloss married Josh Kushner on Thursday, the supermodel revealed on Instagram.

Karlie Kloss married Josh Kushner on Thursday, the supermodel revealed on Instagram. (Alo Ceballos/GC Images via Getty)

Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner have tied the knot!

Three months after announcing their engagement, the 26-year-old supermodel took to Instagram on Thursday to confirm the news with a stunning photo of her and Kushner, 33, at their wedding.

“10.18.2018,” Kloss simply captioned the picture along with a heart emoji.

The couple said I do in a small, Jewish ceremony in upstate New York, according to People. Per the outlet, the pair will also host a larger celebration in the spring.

“The wedding was intimate and moving,” a wedding guest told the magazine. “The couple was beaming with happiness.”

Back in July, the newly announced “Project Runway” host revealed that Kushner — who is the younger brother of Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump’s husband who is also an advisor to President Trump — had popped the question.

KARLIE KLOSS AND JOSH KUSHNER ARE ENGAGED

“I love you more than I have words to express,” Kloss wrote along with a photo of her kissing Kushner on the cheek.

“Josh, you’re my best friend and my soulmate. I can’t wait for forever together. Yes a million times over 💍.”

Kloss and Kushner have largely kept their six-year relationship private aside from a few public appearances together including this year’s Met Gala.

Rosie O’Donnell wants military to ‘get’ Trump from White House

Rosie O’Donnell, a notorious critic of President Trump, said Thursday she wants U.S. armed forces to remove him from the White House.

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Rosie O’Donnell, a notorious critic of President Trump, said Thursday she wants to have U.S. armed forces remove him from the White House.

“I want to send the military to the White House to get him,” O’Donnell said on MSNBC, as host Nicolle Wallace discussed Trump’s threats to have the military “close” the U.S.-Mexico border amid reports a massive migrant caravan is en route to the area.

The former talk show host also reflected on a previous suggestion to impose martial law to delay President Trump’s inauguration.

“When he was elected what I wrote on Twitter was we should impose martial law until we make sure the Russians weren’t involved in the final tallies of the vote,” she said. “People were like, ‘Martial law? What’s wrong with you? You’re a lunatic.'”

For years, O’Donnell and Trump have partaken in a bitter, back-and-forth feud.

She said Thursday that the night he won the presidency, she “got physically sick.”

“It took me a good year to compose myself to be in public again,” she said. “I took a year out of the spotlight.”

David Beckham talks marriage to Victoria Beckham: ‘It’s always hard work’

Marriage is hard work, according to David Beckham.
David Beckham says his and Victoria Beckham's marriage is "always hard work" in a new interview with "The Sunday Project" via The Mirror, which published a preview clip.

David Beckham says his and Victoria Beckham’s marriage is “always hard work” in a new interview with “The Sunday Project” via The Mirror, which published a preview clip. (AP)

Marriage is hard work, according to David Beckham.

The athlete shared details about his union with wife Victoria Beckham.

“To have been married for the amount of time that we have, it’s always hard work,” he told Australian TV show “The Sunday Project” (via The Mirror, which published a preview clip). “It becomes a little bit more complicated.”

David, 43, and Victoria, 44, got married in 1999 and soon welcomed four kids: Brooklyn, 19, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 13, and Harper, 7.

“Sometimes it’s the little things that make a big difference, and I’ve noticed that with my children,” the former soccer star added. “The thing we have to do is protect our children.”

In recent months, there’s been wide speculation that David and Victoria’s marriage is on the rocks. Divorce rumors have routinely plagued them over the years.

“I try really, really hard,” Victoria said about her marriage at a Forbes Women’s Summit talk in June. “I try hardest to be the best mother. I am trying to be the best wife and the best professional.”

The following month, they celebrated their 19th anniversary with dinner in Paris.

A rep for the couple has continuously denied any marital drama, adding, “There is no statement due, no divorce … This is all very bizarre and an embarrassing waste of time.”

This article originally appeared in Page Six

Rihanna, in support of Colin Kaepernick, declines Super Bowl performance: report

Rihanna has declined to perform at the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show in support of Colin Kaepernick, according to a report out Thursday.
Rihanna reportedly turned down a Super Bowl performance opportunity in support of Colin Kaepernick.

Rihanna reportedly turned down a Super Bowl performance opportunity in support of Colin Kaepernick. (REUTERS)

Rihanna has declined to perform at the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show in support of Colin Kaepernick, according to a report out Thursday.

The 30-year-old “Umbrella” singer disagrees with the NFL’s stance on kneeling during the national anthem, according to Us Weekly, and has decided to skip a performance opportunity at the February 2019 game.

Organizers for the game “really wanted Rihanna to be next year’s performer in Atlanta,” a source told the news outlet. “They offered it to her, but she said no because of the kneeling controversy. She doesn’t agree with the NFL’s stance.”

Kaepernick, a former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, began kneeling during the national anthem at NFL games during the 2016 season to call attention to social injustices and racial inequality. It’s since sparked a national discussion about patriotism and has drawn the ire of President Trump.

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More recently, Kaepernick sparked controversy after he kicked off his “Just Do It” campaign with Nike. The company released an ad featuring Kaepernick’s face with the quote, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything,” superimposed on top of it.

Maroon 5 is reportedly set to headline the show on Feb. 4, 2019.

Verlander tops Sale, Cora ejected as Astros cool off Red Sox in Game 1 of ALCS

Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander throws against the Boston Red Sox during the first inning in Game 1 of a baseball American League Championship Series on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, in Boston.

Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander throws against the Boston Red Sox during the first inning in Game 1 of a baseball American League Championship Series on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, in Boston.

BOSTON — Justin Verlander outlasted an uncharacteristically wild Chris Sale, overcoming control problems of his own to give Houston six innings of two-hit ball on Saturday night and lead the Astros over the Boston Red Sox 7-2 in the AL Championship Series opener.

On a 48-degree night that left both aces struggling to find the plate — and rookie Red Sox manager Alex Cora struggling to control his temper — Carlos Correa fisted a single into left field to break a sixth-inning tie and give the defending World Series champions their fifth straight postseason victory.

Josh Reddick hit a solo homer leading off the ninth, and Yuli Gurriel curled a three-run shot into the front row beyond the Pesky Pole to clinch it.

Boston pitchers walked 10 and hit three batters, and shaky defense by third baseman Eduardo Nunez contributed to Houston’s first three runs.

Game 2 of the best-of-seven series is Sunday night, with Boston left-hander David Price trying to end his postseason skid against Astros righty Gerrit Cole. Cora has expressed confidence in Price, a Cy Young Award winner who is 0-9 in 10 career postseason starts, and the 108-win Red Sox will need him to be better than Sale was in the opener.

In a rematch of last year’s Division Series opener, when the Astros hit consecutive first-inning homers and pounded Sale for seven runs in all, Verlander improved to 13-2 in the AL playoffs. Houston only got one hit off of Sale, but he loaded the bases with two outs in the second on two walks and a hit batter before reigning World Series MVP George Springer singled in two runs past the glove of Eduardo Nunez, who slipped as he stretched for the ball.

Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora argues a strike three call with umpire Joe West during the fifth inning in Game 1 of a baseball American League Championship Series against the Houston Astros on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, in Boston.

Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora argues a strike three call with umpire Joe West during the fifth inning in Game 1 of a baseball American League Championship Series against the Houston Astros on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, in Boston.

The Red Sox awakened the shivering, sold-out Fenway crowd in the fifth with Steve Pearce’s single — just their second in the game — and two walks before Verlander walked a third batter in a row, forcing in a run.

Mookie Betts hit a hard grounder and third baseman Alex Bregman threw home for the force and the second out. With Jackie Bradley Jr. dancing on third base, Verlander put a 1-2 curveball in the dirt and past catcher Martin Maldonado, allowing the runners to advance and tying the game 2-2.

Andrew Benintendi worked the count full before looking at a 3-2 pitch that appeared to catch the edge of the zone for the third out. Benintendi slammed down his helmet and bat down and jawed with plate umpire James Hoye before Red Sox coaches ran in to get between them.

Cora continued the argument and was ejected; he handed over his lineup card to bench coach Ron Roenicke and headed down the tunnel.

Houston took advantage of another hit batter in the sixth — this one by reliever Joe Kelly — and Nunez dropping the ball for an error as he started to throw after fielding Gurriel’s grounder. Correa’s RBI single on a 100 mph from Kelly, who took the loss, put the Astros ahead 3-2.

Reddick and Gurriel homered off Brandon Workman.

Verlander was charged with two runs on two hits and four walks, striking out six. He matched Don Larsen from 1955-57 as the only pitchers to allow nine hits over a span of four-postseason starts, according to STATS.

Dodgers top Brewers to even NL championship series

Los Angeles Dodgers players celebrate after Game 2 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, in Milwaukee. The Dodgers won 4-3.

Los Angeles Dodgers players celebrate after Game 2 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, in Milwaukee. The Dodgers won 4-3.

MILWAUKEE — Justin Turner and the Los Angeles Dodgers know all about performing in the postseason.

Backed into a tough spot Saturday, the red-headed slugger delivered once again.

Shut down for most of the afternoon, Los Angeles staged another late rally and Turner hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning to lift the Dodgers over the Milwaukee Brewers for a 4-3 victory that evened the NL Championship Series at a game apiece.

The high-powered Dodgers had two measly singles off Wade Miley before breaking through against one of baseball’s best bullpens. After forcing the Brewers to use six relievers in Milwaukee’s 6-5 victory Friday night, the NL West champions put that extended look to good use in Game 2, especially against faltering All-Star Jeremy Jeffress.

“As long as we have outs left, we know we’re in the game,” Turner said.

Milwaukee wasted a terrific performance by Miley in its first loss in three weeks, ending a 12-game winning streak that produced free burgers for its fans as part of a promotion by a local restaurant chain. Orlando Arcia and Travis Shaw homered, and Lorenzo Cain robbed David Freese of a two-run drive with a leaping grab over the wall in center .

Miley pitched 5 2/3 scoreless innings in his second career playoff start and had two hits in his first multihit game since 2014.

“We were in really good shape with the effort that Wade gave us,” Brewers manager Craig Counsell said. “He pitched beautifully.”

The best-of-seven series moves to Dodger Stadium for Game 3 on Monday night. Walker Buehler pitches for Los Angeles and Jhoulys Chacin gets the ball for Milwaukee.

Miley handed a 2-0 lead over to his bullpen and Shaw tacked on a solo drive in the sixth, delighting a yellow towel-waving crowd of 43,905 at Miller Park. But that was the last run for the Brewers, and the Dodgers finished off their rally this time around after nearly taking Game 1.

Los Angeles Dodgers' Justin Turner (10) hits a two-run home run during the eighth inning of Game 2 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, in Milwaukee.

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Justin Turner (10) hits a two-run home run during the eighth inning of Game 2 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, in Milwaukee.

Cody Bellinger got Los Angeles on the board with an RBI single in the seventh, chasing Corbin Burnes and stopping an 0-for-15 slide in the playoffs that landed him on the bench at the start of the game. Austin Barnes forced in another run with a bases-loaded walk off Jeffress, but the right-hander escaped when pinch-hitter Yasmani Grandal bounced into a double play.

The Dodgers went right back to work in the eighth. Chris Taylor reached on a leadoff single before Turner hit a long drive to left off Jeffress, admiring the ball with his bat pointed toward the sky before rounding the bases and participating in several different celebrations with his giddy teammates on his way to the dugout.

Turner bounced back after striking out a career-worst four times in Game 1.

“It felt good,” Turner said. “I knew it was a homer, and it’s cool to run around the bases and see all your teammates going crazy, jumping up and down waiting for you.”

Jeffress also struggled in Game 1, allowing two hits while only recording one out. He was charged with two runs and six hits in 3 1/3 innings in three appearances in the Division Series against Colorado, including a blown save in the opener.

“It’s intense baseball games, man,” Jeffress said. “They’re going to be like this for the rest of the postseason. We’re going to battle, they’re going to battle. Just be ready.”

Los Angeles has scored eight runs against Milwaukee’s bullpen, all in the seventh inning or later.

“The more you face the relievers, the easier it’s going to get,” Bellinger said.

It was Turner’s seventh career playoff homer. He was co-MVP of the NLCS last year with Taylor when Los Angeles made it to the World Series for the first time since 1988.

The Dodgers are making their sixth straight appearance in the playoffs while the upstart Brewers are in the postseason for the first time since 2011. That advantage in experience seemed to pay off — especially when Turner came up with the big blow.

“He personifies everything that I believe in as a baseball player, as a professional. … He’s the glue for our club,” manager Dave Roberts said.

Save for Yasiel Puig snapping his bat over his leg after striking out swinging with the bases loaded in the seventh, Los Angeles stayed steady as Milwaukee tried to hold on. Pedro Baez got four outs for the win, and Kenley Jansen worked the ninth for the save. Jansen broke NL MVP-favorite Christian Yelich’s bat for a groundout with a runner on second for the final out.

49ers apologize for leaving Colin Kaepernick out of photo gallery

The San Francisco 49ers are apologizing for initially leaving Colin Kaepernick out of a photo gallery celebrating the team’s history against the Green Bay Packers.

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The San Francisco 49ers have apologized after leaving former quarterback Colin Kaepernick out of a photo gallery that highlighted the team’s history against the Green Bay Packers.

The team posted dozens of photos on its website Friday of past games against the Packers before the teams meet again Monday night. However, Kaepernick was noticeably absent from the photos.

Colin Kaepernick set an NFL record for quarterbacks by rushing for 181 yards in a playoff win against Green Bay on Jan. 12, 2013.

Colin Kaepernick set an NFL record for quarterbacks by rushing for 181 yards in a playoff win against Green Bay on Jan. 12, 2013. (Getty Images)

The team acknowledged that Kaepernick was not in the photos. Last year, the former quarterback was included in all seven photo galleries posted on the team’s website.

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“Unfortunately there were a handful of obvious misses in this gallery posted by our website team and we appreciate them being brought to our attention,” the team said in a statement. “The 49ers organization has tremendous respect and gratitude for the contributions Colin made to our team over the years. We have fond memories of those games and that should have been displayed on our website. This oversight does not properly reflect the appreciation our ownership and this team have for Colin.”

After the apology, the team’s website added photos of Kaepernick, USA Today reported.

While on the 49ers, Kaepernick set an NFL record for quarterbacks by rushing for 181 yards in a playoff win against Green Bay on Jan. 12, 2013. He also threw for 413 yards in a season-opening win against them in 2013, and led a winning drive to win a playoff game in Green Bay on Jan. 5, 2014.

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Kaepernick, 30, made headlines during the 2016 NFL season after he started kneeling during the national anthem before games to protest social and racial injustices. He opted out of his contract the following offseason after the team told him they planned to cut him. Since Kaepernick opted out of his contract with the 49ers at the conclusion of that season, no NFL team has signed him.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Brewers relief pitcher stuns Dodgers — with his bat — in NLCS Game 1

Milwaukee Brewers' Brandon Woodruff (53) celebrates after hitting a home run during the third inning of Game 1 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, in Milwaukee.

Milwaukee Brewers’ Brandon Woodruff (53) celebrates after hitting a home run during the third inning of Game 1 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, in Milwaukee.

MILWAUKEE — The high-five at the plate from Brandon Woodruff nearly took out Lorenzo Cain.

It’s not often that reliever hits a home run.

Batting left-handed. Off lefty Clayton Kershaw. In the playoffs.

Woodruff stunned the ace with an early home run and Milwaukee’s normally shutdown bullpen held on — barely — as the Brewers beat the sloppy Los Angeles Dodgers 6-5 Friday night in Game 1 of the NL Championship Series.

Hard-throwing Josh Hader and the Brewers earned their 12th straight win, one shy of the franchise record set to open the 1987 season.

Woodruff, of all people, had the momentum-swinging hit.

“It’s something obviously coming into the day, you don’t know in your wildest dreams that’s going to happen,” he said.

It was the first time in postseason history that a pitcher homered in a lefty vs. lefty matchup. Woodruff was understandably was pumped as he rounded the bases.

“He was fired up when he came home. He nearly broke my arm,” Cain said.

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Corey Knebel reacts after getting Los Angeles Dodgers' Justin Turner to strike out to end Game 1 of the baseball National League Championship Series on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, in Milwaukee. The Brewers won 6-5 to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Corey Knebel reacts after getting Los Angeles Dodgers’ Justin Turner to strike out to end Game 1 of the baseball National League Championship Series on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, in Milwaukee. The Brewers won 6-5 to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

The Dodgers scored three times in the eighth to make it 6-4, then nearly tied it in the ninth. Chris Taylor hit an RBI triple off Cain’s glove in deep center field with two outs before Corey Knebel fanned Justin Turner to end it.

Game 2 is Saturday at Miller Park, with Wade Miley pitching for the Brewers against Hyun-Jin Ryu.

The Dodgers did some damage against the Brewers’ bullpen. Milwaukee used seven pitchers, including three scoreless innings from Hader. Woodruff threw two perfect innings and got the win.

“But for us to get a look at these guys out of the ‘pen in a seven-game series, I think that’s a good thing,” manager Dave Roberts said.

Manny Machado homered and drove in three runs for Los Angeles. The Dodgers committed four errors, including two by catcher Yasmani Grandal, who also had two passed balls.

Eagles look Super in road win vs. Giants

All the Philadelphia Eagles needed to get over their Super Bowl hangover was a little more urgency, some big plays — and a timely game against the New York Giants.
Philadelphia Eagles' Zach Ertz celebrates after catching a pass for a touchdown during the first half of the team's NFL football game against the New York Giants in East Rutherford, N.J., Oct. 11, 2018.

Philadelphia Eagles’ Zach Ertz celebrates after catching a pass for a touchdown during the first half of the team’s NFL football game against the New York Giants in East Rutherford, N.J., Oct. 11, 2018.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J – All the Philadelphia Eagles needed to get over their Super Bowl hangover was a little more urgency, some big plays — and a timely game against the New York Giants.

Carson Wentz threw a season-high three touchdown passes and the Eagles got an early lift from their defense and special teams in beating the struggling Giants 34-13 on Thursday night, avoiding their first three-game losing streak since the 2016 season.

Wentz sandwiched touchdowns passes of 13 and 1 yard to Alshon Jeffery around a 10-yarder to tight end Zach Ertz to help the Eagles (3-3) build a 31-6 lead. They beat the Giants (1-5) for the fourth straight time and seventh in eight games.

Corey Clement scored on a 1-yard run and Jake Elliott added field goals of 33 and 30 yards for the defending Super Bowl champions.

Rookie halfback Saquon Barkley scored on a 50-yard run and rushed for 130 yards in one of the few bright spots for the Giants’ offense, which was booed repeatedly in losing at home for the third time. Aldrick Rosas had field goals of 33 and 21 yards.

This was seen as a must-win game for both teams in the weak and wide-open NFC East, and the Eagles went out and grabbed it.

They came into the game having scored seven points in the first quarter and they doubled that against New York.

Eli Manning was under pressure all game and finished 24 of 43 for 281 yards.

On the opening series, Kamu Gugier-Hill intercepted Manning’s pass that was tipped by fellow linebacker Jordan Hicks and he returned it to Giants 16. Three plays later, Wentz (26 of 36 for 278 yards and no interceptions) was forced out of the pocket and found Jeffery after getting all day to throw.

A 46-yard run by Barkley set up Rosas’ 33-yarder to cut the gap to 7-3, but the Eagles took control later in the quarter after DeAndre Carter returned a punt 23 yards to the New York 44. Passes of 17 to Jeffery and 14 to Clement set up Clement’s touchdown run.

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley (26) is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins (27) during the first half of an NFL football game in East Rutherford, N.J., Oct. 11, 2018.

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley (26) is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins (27) during the first half of an NFL football game in East Rutherford, N.J., Oct. 11, 2018.

A spectacular tackle-breaking run by Barkley on a 55-yard screen pass helped cut the lead to 14-6 in the second quarter but Wentz hit a wide-open Nelson Agholer on a third and 3 and connected with Ertz for a 21-6 lead on the next play.

Elliott made it 24-6 just before halftime and Philadelphia put the game out of reach with a 75-yard drive that ended with a short Jeffery TD catch.

The only thing meaningful after that was Barkley’s touchdown run.

Putin praises Nurmagomedov for ‘convincing’ UFC victory, defends fighter’s actions in post-fight brawl

Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Khabib Nurmagomedov’s “convincing” victory in Saturday’s UFC lightweight title against Conor McGregor in Las Vegas, and defended the fighter’s decision to engage in an all-out brawl with McGregor’s entourage.

McGregor vs Nurmagomedov post-match melee

Khabib Nurmagomedov’s decisive victory over Conor McGregor was overshadowed by a post-fight showdown.

Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Khabib Nurmagomedov’s “convincing” victory in Saturday’s UFC lightweight title against Conor McGregor in Las Vegas, and defended the fighter’s decision to engage in an all-out brawl with McGregor’s entourage.

Nurmagomedov — who climbed out of the cage after McGregor tapped out and lunged at one of the Irishman’s trainers, igniting a post-fight brawl – might be stripped of his title, and risks losing the entire $2 million prize purse pending an investigation by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

Two men from Nurmagomedov’s entourage also ambushed McGregor inside the cage. McGregor defended himself before security personnel rushed in to restore order.

Nurmagomedov, who is now 27-0, apologized to Putin for his actions in the brawl during a meeting Wednesday, telling the Russian president he was provoked after hearing members of McGregor’s corner insulting his father and country.

Ali Abdelaziz, Nurmagomedov’s manager, blamed McGregor for sparking the chaos and called him a “horrible human being,” USA Today reported.

Putin seemed to side with the mixed martial arts fighter, and his decision saying, “not just you, but all of us can jump out like that if assaulted.”

The Russian leader also joked he would ask Nurmagomedov’s father, who said he was going to “smash” him when he gets home, to take it easy.

“I am going to regard this severely,” Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, his father, told Ren TV. “I warned him. For me, the most important thing is discipline. You can do whatever you want in the octagon, but beyond its barrier — this is the border separating civilians, there are children, women, bystanders.”

Despite the chaotic ending to the night, the pay-per-view was one of UFC’s highest draws in history. The event brought in 20,034 people to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and drew $17.2 million from ticket sales, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

“The biggest night ever and I couldn’t be more disappointed,” UFC President Dana White said after the event.

Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos, Bradford Betz and the Associated Press contributed to this report.