Beyoncé reportedly bought hubby Jay-Z a $40 million Learjet, with its own kitchen and two bathrooms, as a first Father’s Day present. Bey, you’ve got a problem if you’re making Mariah Carey look normal. [PopCrush]
Wild and crazy Hillary Clinton is wearing Mardi Gras beads and crazy sunglasses, for some reason. Someone want to explain this to me? [The FW]
Victoria’s Secret model Lily Aldridge gave birth yesterday to her first child, a baby girl, with Kings Of Leon rocker Caleb Followill. [Celebrity Cafe]
Five quirky tips to make iced coffee that rocks. Hey, Starbucks, charging $5.50 isn’t one of them. [Betty Confidential]
James Marsden is expecting a baby with a 24-year-old Brazilian model, Rose Costa, whom he got with after splitting with his wife of 11 years. Awkward! [New York Post]
“Kick-Ass” star Aaron Johnson, 22, has married his 45-year-old artist/director baby momma, Sam Taylor-Wood. [E! Online]
Nicole Richie is launching her first fragrance, which will smell like blackberries, Moroccan rose, and sugared patchouli. [NYMag.com]
TV bars we wish existed in real life, so our local watering hole stops thinking we’re alcoholics. [Modern Man]
A leprechaun attack was reported in Seattle. Are you prepared to defend yourself from a little green anklebiter? [The FW]
What to wear to this summer’s music festivals? [A New Mode]
Bullied bus driver Karen Klein does not accept her bullies’ apologies. Also, the Internet has given $530K to dry her tears. [Dlisted]
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The Hollywood Reporter gathered this year’s possible Emmy-contenders for best comedic actresses, as has become tradition, for a pretty great roundtable. Featuring Tracee Ellis Ross, Lena Dunham, Gina Rodriguez, Ellie Kemper, Amy Schumer and Kate McKinnon, the discussion is a long-ranging one on being a powerful woman in the entertainment business and what it means to be funny. The…
Don’t play with my emotions, ABC! Just a day after Amy Schumer nailed her appearance on “The Bachelorette,” prompting fans to tweet their desire to see the single comedian as the next woman to hand out roses, Robert Mills, the senior vice president for ABC Entertainment, made her an “official” offer.