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Model Kendall Jenner confronts the rumors about her sexuality

In a recent interview with Vogue magazine model and reality star Kendall Jenner addressed internet rumors that she is gay. “I think it’s because I’m not like all my other sisters, who are like ‘Here’s me and my boyfriend!’ ” she said. “So it was a thing for a minute because no one ever saw me with a guy.” She adds that she doesn’t have “a bisexual or gay bone in (her) body,” but isn’t against the idea. “I’m all down for experience — not against it whatsoever — but I’ve never been there before.” She wouldn’t name her recent flame, Detroit Pistons power forward Blake Griffin, by name when asked if she has a boyfriend. “I like my private life,” she said, adding ambiguously “Yeah ... no. I’m happy. He’s very nice. I have someone being very nice to me.”

Singer Glen Campbell’s widow files a $500K claim against estate

Kim Campbell, the widow of country star Glenn Campbell who died in August, has filed a big claim with a Nashville court. She’s seeking just north of $500,000 in various charges, including medical and caregiver expenses, a security fence, legal costs and assisted living expenses. This isn’t the first bit of legal drama surrounding Campbell’s money. Three of his eight children say they were “specifically excluded” from his will, according to Rolling Stone. Some of his children also say they were prevented from visiting Campbell when he was sick. Campbell, who has eight children and was married four times, died at age 81.

The ‘Deal or No Deal’ game show will return with Howie Mandel

CNBC announced this week that it will revive the popular game show “Deal or No Deal” with original host Howie Mandel. The high-stakes game originally ran on NBC from 2005-09. According to reports, it will join CNBC’s primetime lineup in the fall. “Nothing changed my life, career and perception of humanity more than one project,” said Mandel. “And that was ‘Deal or No Deal.’ ” CNBC is also home to dramatic, business-related shows like “Shark Tank” and “The Profit.”

Compiled by Melody Baetens

mbaetens@detroitnews.com

Thursday’s birthdays

Dee Snider, 63

Bret Michaels, 55

Mark McGrath, 50

Mark Hoppus, 46

Eva Longoria, 43

will.i.am, 43

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