The baby that represents all of my crushed hopes and dreams has finally made her debut. According to Us Weekly, Eva Mendes and boyfriend Ryan Gosling allegedly welcomed their first child, a girl, on September 12. No word on the baby’s name but I’m sure it will be adorable. Eva and Ryan are going to be great parents and I suppose I shall have to live the rest of my life satisfied by watching Ryan be a rad dad from afar. Congrats to them both, seriously. As for me, I shall be alright. [Us Weekly]
God, I am still SO ON TO YOU, George Clooney. While I’m sure the Cloons is totally, madly in love with fiancee Amal Alamuddin (why wouldn’t he be? She’s gorgeous, smart and accomplished, by all accounts) I’ve thought for awhile that his sudden embrace of long-term monogamy and the institute of matrimony (which he has long declared a disinterest in) has an ulterior motive — political power. I predicted a few months ago, shortly after Clooney and Alamuddin announced their engagement, that Clooney would at some point in the not-so-distant future declare his intent to run for public office, and that being married is part of his get elected strategy. And I stand by that! The American public prefers to vote for people who at least posture to have “traditional” values, like a stable family life, and George Clooney who parties with D-list actresses on his houseboat on Lake Como is less electable than George Clooney, devoted husband of a smarty-pants London lawyer. I’m not saying Clooney and Alamuddin aren’t a legit couple, I’m just suggesting Clooney is performing his love in a different way than he has before for a reason. I mean, dudebro has never been one to talk about his relationships or significant others, yet earlier this week, while on stage accepting a humanitarian award, Clooney gushed about his bride-to-be, declaring his love and being all “I can’t wait to be your husband” etc. etc. It’s totally sweet, don’t get me wrong, but mark my words, the Clooney Campaign has begun. [Dlisted]
Ice-T and Coco are, as far as I’m concerned, one of the cutest couples in Hollywood, with a union that has lasted longer — 13 years this New Year’s Eve — than many of those bestowed with silly tabloid nicknames. So what’s the secret to their happy marriage? Perhaps it’s that Ice puts in the effort to show Coco he cares by massaging suntan lotion on her famously ample derriere. That string bikini isn’t doing much in the way of blocking the sun’s harmful UV rays, though as you’ll see in the rather NSFW photo after the jump, it is defying the laws of physics. [Photos: Splash News] Keep reading »
After nine years and six children together, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were finally married in an intimate ceremony in France this past Saturday, their rep said in a statement to the Associated Press. The couple, who famously got together during the filming of “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” got engaged in 2012 at their children’s behest. The ceremony took place at Château Miraval in the village of Correns, where the family has lived since 2008. All six children — Maddox, 13, Pax, 11, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 6 — took part in the wedding, with Maddox and Pax walking Jolie down the aisle, Zahara and Vivienne tossing flower petals, and Knox and Shiloh serving as ringbearers. I need — NEEEEED — to see photos of this spectacular event, especially Shiloh as ringbearer because you KNOW she wore a tux and that’s just gonna be too adorable. I bet the couple will sell pictures to some classy magazine like Vanity Fair or W, with the money going to charity. Hurry up and start bidding, editors! [People]
Continuing a long tradition of celeb family members who should just shut up, Nick Cannon’s father posted — then removed — a damning comment on Facebook seemingly aimed at Mariah Carey. As everyone in the world is now aware of, Nick and Mariah are currently separated, the chief rumor being Nick was unfaithful.
Not so, says Nick Cannon’s televangelist father, James. According to the Hollywood gossip blog Crazy Days And Nights, the elder Mr. Cannon posted the following statement on his Facebook page and “deleted [it] a short time later”:
Here a thing to talk about if the wife love sex and the man can’t stand making love to her. What should that women do?
Heres a thing, if the husband say no lies, and the wife lies all the time, what should that man do?
Here a thing, if the wife put on 200 pounds and the husband like a nice slim wife what should that man do?
If a husband tells his wife not to have an abortion, and she it anyways, what should that man do?
Here a thing, if a husband wants to have ten children and his wife only wants two children then what should that man do?
Um, awkward. You have to wonder what Nick’s father was thinking. There’s no way a post like that wasn’t going to be embarrassing to his son. Keep reading »