Kim Kardashian And Pete Davidson Split and More 'Hollywood Hashtag' Stories for 8-8

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The Wake Up with Bret & Julie's Julie Tristan has all the entertainment news that you'll need, and she might even give you a "Hot Guy Fact of the Day". Today's "Hollywood Hashtag" stories include...

As you've probably heard by now, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson have broken up. And as usual, the "anonymous sources" are here to tell us why it happened. Supposedly, it was the age difference. Pete is 28 and Kim is 41 . . . with four kids . . . so they're in different places.

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In other Kardashian news, Co-parents Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson welcomed a baby boy via surrogate. Also, Khloe ended things with that mystery man she was seeing.

Anne Heche is in the hospital in stable condition after crashing her car into a house on Friday. The car went almost all the way through the house, and caused a fire that basically destroyed it. There's no word if she was under the influence.

"iCarly" star Jennette McCurdy says that when she left Nickelodeon, they offered her $300,000 in hush money to not talk about the abuse she suffered at the hands of a boss she refers to as "The Creator".

Kevin Federline said his sons with Britney Spears haven't wanted to see her in several months. Britney said she was saddened that K-Fed was discussing it publicly, while her husband Sam blasted Kevin for living off Britney for the past 15 years.

A photo of a baby girl went viral because she looks just like Woody Harrelson. Woody responded by sharing the photo and writing a short poem that included, "I just wish I had your hair."

"Bullet Train" won the box office with a $30.1 million opening weekend.

Beyoncé and Madonna have never done a song together . . . until now. Beyoncé released a new version of "Break My Soul" called "The Queens Remix", and it combines the original with Madonna's 1990 hit "Vogue".

A list on of weird requests in actors' movie contracts includes Tom Cruise not allowing his likeness for action figures or video game characters, and Samuel L. Jackson demanding to golf at least twice a week and be taken by his production company.

Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea doesn’t like to take photos with fans. He thinks it takes away from having an actual conversation and becomes more transactional.

Amy Grant's reps told "Billboard" that her bike accident last month left her unconscious for "about 10 minutes". She's still recovering but is getting stronger and more alert every day, and will be back performing soon.

Sadly, Roger E. Mosley from the original "Magnum P.I." passed away.

The Judd family was granted a temporary court order to keep Naomi's death records sealed. Basically, it's just a privacy thing . . . the records include graphic photos, videos, and written descriptions of the scene.

And Dollywood is getting a new rollercoaster, but you'll have to wait until next year to ride it. It's called Big Bear Mountain, it'll have 3,990 feet of track, and it'll be their "largest family adventure yet."

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