Celebrity Gossip: Kim Kardashian, Unsubscribe, Heather Locklear and More!

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KIM KARDASHIAN WEST PRAISES TRISTAN THOMPSON: Kim Kardashian is seeing Tristan Thompson in a new light, a year after he and Khloe Kardashian split following his cheating scandal with their sister Kylie Jenner's former pal Jordyn Woods. In a bonus season 18 clip, Kardashian told Scott Disick of her dinner with Thompson: "It was good. He's, like, honestly so nice. He made mistakes, but I feel like he's trying really hard."

UNSUBSCRIBE TOPS BOX OFFICE: Two filmmakers, Christian Nilsson and Eric Tabach, have found a way to buck the no-film-production rules in effect during the pandemic by making the movie, renting out a movie theater, buying all the tickets and enjoying their No. 1 status with no competition. "I noticed that the box office figures were absurd; $9,000, $15,000 for each movie," Tabach told the BBC. "Nothing big was coming out. Blockbuster films were on hold. I wanted to find a way to get the biggest number." Unsubscribe takes place entirely on Zoom.

KATE MIDDLETON SHARES FAMILY PHOTOS: Kate Middleton shared adorable family shots ahead of her husband Prince William's 38th birthday Sunday. Prince George, 6, and Princess Charlotte, 5, are grinning ear to ear as William is sitting down and holding Prince Louis, 1.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR IS ENGAGED: Melrose Place alum Heather Locklear is engaged to her boyfriend Chris Heisser, People reports. According to an inside, the pair have been engaged since April, right after they celebrated her year of sobriety. "Her family, her parents, her siblings, and her daughter are all supporting her and excited for her," the friend adds. Locklear and Heisser were high school sweethearts.

CLARE CRAWLEY'S SEASON WILL BE … INTERESTING: Clare Crawley is going to start filming her season of Bachelorette amid the coronavirus crisis, and not surprisingly, this will be the ABC juggernaut's wackiest season yet thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Rob Mills recently told On Air with Ryan Seacrest: "We're going to be in one location and everyone will be tested the week before. Everyone who comes back negative, we shoot inside that bubble basically." The show usually focuses on travel to exotic locales and visits to contestants' home towns. "Maybe there's some travel, maybe it's just domestic, maybe it's by bus. We'll see," said Mills. "If things aren't that safe, we'll shoot it the same way where everybody is safe, they're tested, they're quarantined and then you can having kissing and arguing and everything else."