1. Dennis Quaid revealed while on “Watch What Happens Live!” that he has had a threesome

Andy Cohen asked Dennis Quaid a series of R-rated questions Monday night in a segment he called “Menacing the Dennis.”

When Cohen asked if he had ever had a three some, Quaid replied “Yes.”

Quaid also revealed that the hardest drug he had ever tried was cocaine, saying:
“I didn’t try heroin because I thought, ‘If I love this stuff, I’m really gone,’”

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2. Letterman apparently spiraled into a depression after his 2009 sex scandal

In a new biography by Jason Zinoman, “Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night,” Zinoman reveals that Letterman compared his sex scandal to “having killed your family in a car crash.”

In the biography, Zinoman quotes Letterman saying:
“I was afraid my family was gone….I didn’t want to go outside. Outside I was scared. Scared as I’ve ever been in my life. The show was endlessly helpful.”

Letterman has also previously said that it was “easily the lowest point” in his life, saying:
“I felt like I’d dug a bottomless pit, and I was falling into it,”

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3. Janelle Monae thinks women should be withholding sex, until every man is fighting for women’s rights

Monae told Marie Claire:
“People have to start respecting the vagina…Until every man is fighting for our rights, we should consider stopping having sex. I love men. But evil men? I will not tolerate that. You don’t deserve to be in my presence.”
Monae wants all men to participate in change and work for equality. She also said she rejects the way society tells women to be, saying:
“Women automatically are told that this how you should look…This is how you should get a man. This is how you should get a woman. You need to fit into all these boxes to be accepted. I don’t subscribe to that way of thinking. I don’t think we all have to take the same coordinates to reach the same destination.”

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4. Ford has made a crib that apparently mimics sleep inducing car rides

A prototype of the new crib called MAX Motor Dream is supposed to replicate the movements of a car ride, which are often able to put restless babies to sleep.

The crib looks like a regular cot, but imitates gentle movements, the hum of an engine, and even passing streetlights to help put the baby back to sleep without ever having to actually venture out in the car.

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5. Kendra Wilkinson took to Instagram Monday to slam people who had posted inappropriate comments of her kids

The original post has since been taken down, but she posted this caption along with a picture of her flipping off the camera:
`“Wow by my last post I just exposed all you sick f–ks,…Sexualizing a child is NOT ok. Even [if] you said, what are you thinking posting that? YOU are just as bad as a [pedophile]. All you people living in your cages, sit the f–k down and re think life… So we should be living in a cage because of sick f–ks who think of children that way??? So they run our lives now. Man, this world is more f–ked up than I thought. I’ll go ahead and go back to my vacation while we run around naked n free.”

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6. Delta had paid a family over $11,000 to give up their airline seats

Delta had paid a family over $11,000 to give up their seats on a flight, which was revealed in an essay published the very same day that a United passenger was dragged off the plane.

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7. Cosmopolitan fell under some fire for implying that you can lose weight easily if you have cancer

Cosmopolitan Magazine tweeted out “How this Woman Lost 44 pounds without any exercise” which then linked to an article about a woman who lost more weight than ever during a serious health care, having cancer.

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