Aaron Rodgers' rumored girlfriend denies reports she's a witch

Aaron Rodgers' rumored girlfriend denies reports she's a witch
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Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the celebs who found love, suffered heartbreak or experienced some other major event in their love lives in early June 2022, starting with this duo… On June 7, the sports, entertainment and celebrity gossip website Side Action reported that Aaron Rodgers has a new girlfriend: “a witch” named Blu of Earth (real name: Charlotte Brereton). “Aaron has rebounded once again. The timeline is a little fuzzy on this one,” said a source of the NFL quarterback, who called it quits for good with off-and-on love Shailene Woodley in late March or early April. (Aaron and Shailene famously got together in mid-2020 before it was clear that he and former love Danica Patrick had called it quits.) The insider went on to say of the professional football player’s new love, “Blu describes herself as a witch, claims she’s a medicine woman … and is into psychedelic drugs. This should be good.” On June 9, Blu took to her Instagram Story to address the rumors: “My name is Blu. Not Blu of Earth. … And I do NOT identify as a witch. Y’all are hilarious,” she wrote without shooting down the rumors she’s dating the Packers QB. According to her Instagram bio, Blu co-founded Florescence, “a Modern Mystery School for Women to reclaim the magical, radically authentic, wise, wild, unapologetic you.” She also hosts the “DeJá Blu” podcast, which she describes as, “a clean reservoir of consciousness from which souls thirsty for purity, relief and love can drink.” Blu is also recently back on the market: On May 19, she revealed on Instagram that she’d split from her boyfriend of two and a half years.

Now keep reading for more of the week’s biggest celeb love life updates…

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It’s the real deal! On June 14, Demi Moore made her relationship with chef Daniel Humm “Instagram official.” The “Ghost” actress shared a slideshow of PDA-packed photos with the restauranteur outside the Palace of Versailles in France. “Visiting the palace of kings and queens,” she wrote in the caption. (Daniel, by the way, has been posting about Demi on Instagram since at least early April.)

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On June 12, The Sun reported that Tom Cruise and his rumored off-and-on love of nearly two years, “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One” co-star Hayley Atwell, have gone their separate ways for the second time. “[Their] relationship was genuine. In spite of some rumors to the contrary, it was never just for the cameras. Unfortunately it hasn’t worked out for them. They get on really well, and have fantastic chemistry, which is why they decided to quietly give the relationship another try earlier this year. But what was working behind closed doors didn’t work out so well when it was made public, and the fanfare around them as a couple exploded again. They have now decided they are better as friends,” said a source. According to the British tabloid, the duo — who never confirmed they were anything more than friendly colleagues — started dating in 2020 after connecting on set, quietly split in September 2021, reconnected romantically in early 2022 and then broke up again after Haley supported Tom at the London premiere of “Top Gun: Maverick” on May 19.

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On June 9, Britney Spears and Sam Asghari tied the knot at their home in the Los Angeles area in front of 60 guests including Madonna, Drew Barrymore, Selena Gomez, Paris Hilton, Kathy Hilton and Maria Menounos. (The pop star’s first husband, Jason Alexander, didn’t make the guest list but attempted to crash the wedding — while live-streaming on Instagram, naturally! After he tussled with Britney’s security team, officers from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department arrested and booked him for trespassing, vandalism and battery.) Britney later took to Instagram to share a slideshow of wedding photos along with the caption, “Wow!!! … WE DID IT!!! WE GOT MARRIED!!! Gggggeeeeezzzzz!!! It was the most spectacular day!!! I was so nervous all morning but then at 2:00 pm it really hit me … WE’RE GETTING MARRIED!!! I had a panic attack and then got it together. … The ceremony was a dream and the party was even better!!! So many incredible people came to our wedding and I’m still in shock!!! … @SamAsghari I LOVE YOU!!!”

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On June 14 — just a month after Jason Momoa and Eiza González were first publicly linked — People magazine reported that the “Baby Driver” actress and the “Aquaman” star have gone their separate ways. “They’re just very different people,” said one source. A second People source noted that the duo “are in different life stages” — at 42, he’s a full decade older than her — but are “hoping they might work it out” eventually. “They love each other very much having dated quietly for some time before it became public,” said the insider. (According to People’s sources, they started dating in February.)

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According to Us Weekly, Sophia Bush and Grant Hughes tied the knot at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on June 11. After they said “I do,” the “One Tree Hill” alum and her new hubby reportedly celebrated their marriage at The Church Studio. Several of their famous friends who were seen in Tulsa around the time of the wedding — and are believed to have attended the nuptials — include Aaron Paul, “The Bachelor” alum Colton Underwood and his fiancé, Jordan Brown, who’s friends with the bride, as well as her former “One Tree Hill” co-stars Danneel Ackles and Hilarie Burton, plus their husbands, actors Jensen Ackles and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Sophia and Grant got engaged last summer following a courtship of about a year.

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On the June 13 episode of “The Howard Stern Show,” Post Malone dropped two major bombshells: He recently welcomed his first child, a baby girl, and he’s engaged to his daughter’s mother, whose identity he’s keeping publicly under wraps. “She’s my fiancée,” he told the shock jock after Howard asked for clarification on their relationship status. The Grammy nominee also opened up about how his mystery women helped him during a recent struggle with alcohol: “I met a really beautiful person that made me feel like a human being again. … She saved my f****** life — it’s pretty epic,” he said.

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In a sneak peek at the premiere episode of Yung Miami’s new Revolt talk show “Caresha Please” that hit YouTube on June 9, Diddy finally confirmed long-standing rumors that he and the 28-year-old City Girls rapper (real name: Caresha Romeka Brownlee) — who’s 24 years his junior — are more than friends. “I’m single, but I’m dating — I’m just taking my time with life,” he said after she inquired about his “relationship status.” The “Twerk” rapper fired back, “Alright, so what we is?” Replied the music mogul, “We date. We’re dating. We go have dates, and we’re friends. We go to exotic locations. We have great times. We go to strip clubs, church.” He then shared what he likes most about her: “You’re authentic. You’re like one of the realest people I’ve ever met. You’re authentically yourself. And you’re a great mother and a great friend. And we just have a good time, you know? … You’re the fun-est.” Diddy went on to acknowledge that while he’s “not trying to be toxic,” he can be toxic “at times” in relationships. “It gets toxic,” he said. He later admitted that he “used to be a cheater” but claimed he’s “not a cheater no more.” Explained Diddy, “I’m a truth teller now. … I’m [gonna] give it to you honest. I ain’t trying to be lying, ducking, hiding, hurting nobody’s feelings, none of that.” The comment prompted Caresha to ask, “I feel like you’re ‘single,’ but we go together — so how would you feel if I [told] people that I’m single? Cause we go together.” A perplexed Diddy responded, “We go together now?” Replied Caresha, “Real bad.” The “Bad Boy For Life” chart-topper settled the matter with a vague “whatever you say” before changing the subject.

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According to Us Weekly, Bachelor Nation’s Haley Ferguson — who competed for Ben Higgins’ heart on season 20 of “The Bachelor” in 2016 along with her twin sister, Emily Ferguson — married professional hockey player Oula Palve at Resorts World Las Vegas on June 11. Bachelor Nation stars Amanda Stanton and Lauren Bushnell were on hand for the nuptials, during which Emily — who’s also set to wed a professional hockey player — served as the maid of honor. “[Oula is] so excited to call me his wife and wear a wedding band. … I cannot wait to be Mrs. Palve,” gushed the bride. Haley and Oula started dating in early 2020 and got engaged in May 2021.

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On June 7, Duane “Dog The Bounty Hunter” Chapman’s daughter, Lyssa Chapman, revealed on Instagram, that she eloped with her partner of nearly six years, Leiana Evensen, in Hawaii on June 3. “Last week Lei and I boarded a boat at 7 in the morning with 7 of our closest family members and we dedicated our love and lives to one another. … I am now a forever part of the Evensen [family] and I couldn’t be more proud. Thank you for loving me and my [two daughters] and accepting us into your family with open arms and hearts. … It was literally a dream day. The best part is @leiana13 is my freaking WIFE!! I’m so happy, blessed, filled with love and gratitude. I never thought I was worthy or capable of this kind of love. The vibration I feel in my body hasn’t stopped since I met her and if you’re reading this from a dark place know that your happy beginning is out there somewhere too. … I love you forever my wife,” she captioned a slideshow of wedding photos.












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