Rumored couple Amber Heard and Elon Musk attend a screening together
Amber Heard and Elon Musk are still spending a lot of time together. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, the rumored couple attended a screening of Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power," in Palo Alto, California, according to the New York Post. The appearance comes on the heels of a report that Amber and the billionaire Tesla CEO are ready to go public with their rumored romance, although so far it's only been confirmed that they're pals. Whispers about whether their friendship had blossomed into something more surfaced in July amid Amber's contentious split from Johnny Depp.
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Beyonce and Jay Z check out a $200 million mansion
As Beyonce and Jay Z continue hunting for the perfect Los Angeles home for their soon-to-be five-person family, People reports one estate in the city's Holmby Hills section may have caught their eye. Aaron Spelling's former home is now owned by Petra Ecclestone, who listed it for $200 million in October. According to the magazine, Bey and Jay recently had "a secret viewing" of the 56,5000-square foot mansion, which features 14 bedrooms, 27 bathrooms, a bowling alley, barber shop, "doll museum," tanning room, screening room and "gift-wrapping room." Because anyone whose house includes 27 bathrooms, a barber shop and a doll museum better be passing out beaucoup gifts come Christmastime.
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Tarek El Moussa on moving on: 'I'm becoming the person I want to be'
Tarek and Christina El Moussa are finally moving on and managing their new relationship as exes who work together. In a new interview with Us Weekly, Tarek explains the two have agreed to focus on making their situation work both on "Flip Or Flop" and as parents. "It was stressful. But we had to do our job," he says. Calling the breakup "a gradual thing" and citing the challenge of battling health issues (including a miscarriage, cancer and IVF) and having kids, he says, "We didn't fight, we just grew apart." He says Christina called 911 about his having a gun in his bag when he left the house in May "was blown out of proportion," adding, "I went hiking in Chino Hills State Park. We have bobcats, mountain lions. I took my gun only for protection." After that, they got counseling, decided to separate and he moved out to put some space between them for the sake of the kids. As for working together? "You have good days and bad days. Now we say, 'Hi, good morning.' We film together and talk about houses and the kids," he says. "It's fine. We'll be together for the rest of our lives because we have kids. We need to get along for the kids and for our sanity." He goes on to say they're both "flexible" about their shared custody and have spent birthday parties, Christmas and Christmas Eve as a family. And while it initially bugged him to see her dating Gary Anderson — Christina and Gary have since parted ways — he says "she can live her life," adding that he's "totally moved on." Tarek says he's no longer dating the kids' nanny and expects it will be "a long time" before he gets involved with anyone else. "I rented a home in Newport Beach, and I'm selling real estate on my own," he said. "My goal is to create memories [with my kids], and I think I'm doing that. I'm the happiest I've been in a long time. It takes a situation like this, where you get knocked down and you rebuild yourself into the person you want to be. I'm becoming the person I want to be."
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Gavin Rossdale never thought he would get divorced
On March 10, Gavin Rossdale releases his first album in three years, "Black and White Rainbows." "It's the rebirth, the relaunch and reset. It's a restart," he tells Us Weekly. The singer split from Gwen Stefani in 2015 and he says he's in a great place with Kingston, 10, Zuma, 8, and Apollo, 3, the sons he and Gwen share. "I really believe that there is sort of an energy that makes things collide and work together or not work together. It's nothing more than an energy and synchronicity. It's a really great time for me and my boys." While the breakup wasn't easy — "There's been a lot of pain and sadness," he says — Gavin also points out you have to go with the flow sometimes. "We're all products of nuclear families," he says. "My parents have been married three times each. I'm just a junior. I never thought I would get divorced. But it just happens. All these life things." Looking ahead, he adds he's "not sure" if he'll ever marry again. "I'm trying to be a really good dad," he says, "and make good records and shoot good TV shows."
Ariana Grande opens up about Mac Miller
Ariana Grande isn't concerned about holding back when it comes to talking about her relationship with Mac Miller, whom she started dating around the time they collaborated on the single "My Favorite Part." That openness probably stems from the fact that Ariana feels strong and whole as an individual, making her confident about the couple's romance. "I met him when I was 19. We have loved and adored and respected each other since the beginning, since before we even met, just because we were fans of each other's talent," she says in the April edition of Cosmopolitan (via Celebuzz). "I've never looked at love as something that I need to complete me. I would like to be complete on my own first and fall in love with somebody who is also complete. You can still celebrate and be totally obsessed with each other, but I want to feel a hundred percent myself so that I can love that person better. … A lot of times, women are labeled as a bitch or a diva for having a vision and being strong and using their voice, and it's just not the case. You can be strong and be friendly. [We] don't have to be just one thing."