Former TV anchor Lauren Sanchez had “loose lips” about her relationship with Amazon chief Jeff Bezos, sources tell The Post — and now the whole world knows.
Sanchez sent the sexts to a friend to show off about her relationship with the world’s richest man — and then the pal slipped the texts to the Enquirer.
Raunchier text messages — which the tabloid didn’t publish, but that include explicit selfies — says Bezos has more to boast about than his bank account.
“He’s big,” said the insider.
One Enquirer staffer who worked on the story says the four-month-long operation — amusingly dubbed “Project Alexa,” after Amazon’s digital assistant — was top secret.
“Only four editorial people knew of Project Alexa,” the staffer said.
“We followed their every move. They had no idea — which is kinda ironic given [Bezos] had his own private security with him all along.”
Chris Pratt is kicking off the new year with a diet that also brings him closer to his faith.
On Wednesday, the “Jurrasic World: Fallen Kingdom” star, 39, revealed on his Instagram Story that he was following the Daniel Fast.
“OK, hi, Chris Pratt here. Day three of the Daniel Fast, check it out, it’s 21 days of prayer and fasting,” Pratt said.
“It’s gonna coincide also coincidentally with the ‘Lego Movie 2’ junkets, so by the time you see me, I’ll probably be hallucinating,” he added. “Stay tuned.”
According to its website, the “Daniel Fast is based on the fasting experiences of the Old Testament Prophet” and helps people “draw nearer to God.”
“There’s so little time,” he told Seth Meyers of the annual ceremony. “There were a lot of jokes we really loved that we didn’t get to cover and I thought, if it was ok with everyone here, I would just bang through a bunch that we didn’t get to do.”
“Crazy Rich Asians is up for two awards—and crazy, rich white people are up for the remaining 200.”
“Roma is such an emotional experience. When it was over, I literally sat there and cried for a full 5 seconds before Netflix started blasting a new movie where Kurt Russell plays Santa Claus.”
“Green Book nominated, which is of course a poignant biopic about Dr. Seuss struggling to finish the title of Green Eggs and Ham.”
“BlacKkKlansman was nominated and, judging by the upper and lowercase lettering in the title, is also a Wi-Fi password.”
“‘Julia Roberts’ Amazon show Homecoming was adapted from a podcast’ would be a good sentence to confuse someone who just woke up from a coma.”
“Netflix beat out Amazon tonight as the most nominated streaming service while the best streaming scene was Bradley Cooper wetting himself in A Star Is Born.”