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Elon Musk Talks About Being ‘Kidnapped By Aliens’ In Wild Tesla Meeting For Stockholders: Report

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Ever the colorful figure, Elon Musk reassured Tesla stockholders on Thursday, August 4, that he’s perfectly confident the iconic auto brand would continue even in the event he was “kidnapped by aliens.” The remarks were made at Tesla’s 2022 Annual Meeting of Stockholders in Austin, Texas, during a Q&A session. Some have raised concerns that if he’s forced to go through with a purchase of social media platform Twitter, he will step down from Tesla.

Attendee Gary Black, a Future Fund managing partner, asked: “So how does the board think about your succession and especially when you a judge who’s going to decide in a couple months whether or not you have to take over Twitter. How would you split your time?”

Elon reportedly responded that he is staying put. “I am not leaving to be clear.” HollywoodLife has reached out to Elon’s rep for comment. Elon allegedly attempted to back out of a deal to buy Twitter, saying that the platform had failed to provide him with necessary information to complete a purchase. Twitter denied the allegations in a court filing on Wednesday, August 3, according to the Dail Mail.

While Elon appears to have his professional life well in hand, he’s also clearly been enjoying his personal life. The billionaire, 51, was seen partying shirtless on a yacht in Mykonos in July, after reportedly splitting from actress Natasha Bassett.

That news came after the surprising revelation that Elon had secretly fathered twins with Neuralink executive Shivon Zillis, 34, in November. He confirmed the news after media speculation in July, telling Page Six, “Bravo to big families” and taking to Twitter to write, “Doing my best to help the underpopulation crisis. A collapsing birth rate is the biggest danger civilization faces by far.” Elon also tweeted, “I hope you have big families and congrats to those who already do!”

Elon told Page Six that he may not be done having children, and will have, “As many as I am able to spend time with and be a good father.”



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Instagram Responds to Criticism After Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner Tell App ‘Stop Trying to Be TikTok’

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Bonjour! Meet the Cast of Bravo’s New Show ‘Real Girlfriends in Paris’

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CPR on set of ‘Better Call Saul’ saved Bob Odenkirk’s life, star says

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In July 2021, Odenkirk collapsed on the Albuquerque, New Mexico, set while filming the sixth and final season of the show. He later confirmed that it had been due to a “small heart attack.”

The star, who has been nominated for numerous Golden Globe and Emmy Awards for playing the titular character, has now revealed that he stopped breathing during the frightening episode but was saved thanks to emergency medical care on set.

Though he cannot recall the immediate aftermath of the incident, he now knows it happened at around 5:30 p.m. when the cast and crew were changing shots. At that time Odenkirk, now 59, mounted an exercise bike he used between shoots to watch a Chicago Cubs baseball game on TV, he said.

In an interview with the Radio Times magazine this week, the actor recalled: “I went down on one knee, and then I went all the way down. I guess I said, ‘I don’t feel very good.'”

The star, who plays con-artist-turned-lawyer Jimmy McGill who takes on the pseudonym Saul Goodman, said his co-stars Rhea Seehorn, who plays Kim Wexler, and Patrick Fabian, who plays Howard Hamlin, grabbed his head and hand and “started yelling at me to stay on Earth.”

“I wasn’t breathing,” he continued. “I mean, if nobody had been there, if they didn’t do that CPR, I’d have been dead in a few minutes.”

He had three shots of the defibrillator then emergency surgery to clear the artery he called “the widowmaker.”

“Better Call Saul” is a prequel to the AMC hit “Breaking Bad,” which ran for five seasons between 2008 and 2013. That show introduced Odenkirk as Goodman, an attorney for Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston.

In the final season of the show, actors Cranston and Aaron Paul reprise their “Breaking Bad” roles of White and Jesse Pinkman.

Odenkirk told the Radio Times that the reunion was “the greatest joy ever,” adding: “The first episode I did on ‘Breaking Bad’ was a big scene with those guys in the desert, at 2 a.m., in a sandstorm. So to revisit the relationship now … I can’t say more than that. Because it’s a mindblower, man.”

The series finale is scheduled to air on August 15.

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