GREY’S HELPS MAKE-A-WISH DREAM COME TRUE: Grey’s Anatomy has teamed up with Make-a-Wish Foundation to help grant Isabelle’s dream of meeting Ellen Pompeo. Grey’s shared a sweet video of the 17-year-old’s meeting with Pompeo on-set; she got her own scrubs and lab coat … and got to meet her hero. “That was really cool,” Isabelle (aka Izzy) said. Over its 15 seasons, Grey’s has granted 17 wishes. The ABC show shared footage of the touching moment on Twitter Monday.

EVAN RACHEL WOOD IS OPENING UP ABOUT PAST ABUSE: Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood is opening up about past abuse she suffered at a former partner’s hand. She didn’t name him, but she did say that his abuse caused her to harm herself. “When my abuser would threaten or attack me, I cut my wrist as a way to disarm him,” she wrote on Instagram.

JEFF BEZOS GHOSTED GWYNETH PALTROW: He’s a busy guy! Gwyneth Paltrow admits that not everyone has time for her. Onstage at SXSW with CNN anchor Poppy Harlow, the Goop founder revealed that Jeff Bezos heard that she mentioned him ghosting her in the Wall Street Journal: “In the Wall Street Journal, they asked me about my mentors, like you have, and I said, ‘Oh sometimes I, like, cold call people,’ and they said, ‘Well has anyone not called you back?’ And I said, ‘Yes, Jeff Bezos.'” Apparently he regretted it. “So after that came out, I got an email and the subject was ‘Jeff Bezos.’ And the sender was Jeff Bezos! The body of the email said, ‘Hi there Gwyneth, the Wall Street Journal told me you wanna talk to me.’ So, I wrote him back and then he wrote me and then I said, ‘I would die for the opportunity to sit down and ask you a bunch of questions’ … and he never wrote me back,” she explained. But no worries, Bezos, Paltrow gets. “He’s got a lot going on,” she said.

90210 WILL HONOR LUKE PERRY: The reboot of Beverly Hills, 90210 will honor the late alum Luke Perry, after his untimely death last week at age 52. “Tori Spelling, as she is wont to do, comes in and pitches a lot of ideas and is in our offices a lot,” CBS President David Stapf said during a panel with other CBS executives at the Keshet INTV Conference in Jerusalem. “She kicked the idea around of ‘Wouldn’t it be fun to get the whole gang back together?’” He went on to say that they will honor Perry, something the writers have been tasked with figuring out.

JERRY O’CONNELL TO HOST FUNNY OR DIE SHOW: His stint on Bravo didn’t last, but Jerry O’Connell is back at it with a gig hosting a daytime show dubbed Jerry O, produced by Funny or Die. The show will include celeb guests and comedy segments. It does not have a permanent home yet, but will air on Fox-owned stations for a three-week tryout starting August 12th. Said O’Connell, via Vulture: “I love daytime. I love watching it and have fallen in love with guest-hosting it. Whether asking people to ‘Cash Me Outside’ or asking them ‘How You Doin’?’ daytime is a big part of my life. This is going to be a fun, fun time and everyone is invited. Let’s party.”

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