Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid are reportedly having two weddings
After briefly splitting up because they couldn't agree on where to live, longtime Los Angeles resident Courteney Cox and her Ireland-born fiance, Johnny McDaid, have apparently learned to compromise. "Johnny was adamant about marrying in Northern Ireland, where he's from, but Courteney really wanted an L.A. wedding, especially since Ireland is so far for her mother to fly," an insider tells Life & Style. "They decided they should just have two weddings." The first wedding will reportedly take place at a historic church near Derry, Ireland, where Johnny grew up. A few weeks later, the couple plans to marry again in Malibu at Courteney's home. "The Irish ceremony will be in mid-June, around Courteney's 54th birthday," the insider adds, "and then they'll celebrate in California in late July, around Johnny's 42nd birthday." The American festivities are reportedly being helmed by the same wedding planner Courteney's BFF, Jennifer Aniston, hired when she tied the knot with Justin Theroux.
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Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka have reportedly set a wedding date
Speaking of multiple weddings … new details have emerged about Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka's wedding — well, at least about one of them. The socialite — who may or may not have been joking when she said she was considering having weddings in the U.S., Europe and "one for everyone around the world" to enjoy — is reportedly planning to say "I do" this fall at the church where both her parents and her great uncle and Elizabeth taylor got married. According to Life & Style, the groom-to-be was overheard telling a guest a few details about his wedding plans at Nicky Hilton's Nicky Hilton's Mommy & Me x Tolani fashion collection launch at the Kitson Kitross store in Los Angeles. A source told the tab Chris said "… the wedding is set for Nov. 11 at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills." The insider added that Paris is "planning on a big wedding" and has "already started shopping for dresses with her sister." The happy couple got engaged last winter during a ski getaway in Aspen, Colorado.
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Chrissy Teigen wants one more baby after her son arrives
Chrissy Teigen's not done making babies just yet. "I think I do want to have another baby after this and then get hot," she told Us Weekly on Tuesday, March 27, joking about getting back in shape after her second child arrives. "I just want to go babies, back to back to back, but then I think maybe I want to have my 30s, really live in my 30s and not just be pregnant throughout them." Chrissy also opened up about how much support her husband, John Legend, has given her throughout her two pregnancies. "I have a husband who truly loves the whole experience. He holds my belly at night, sings to it, wants to be there for me. I'm really lucky because some men start to look at you like a tool, I've heard, so I've been scared and don't let that happen to me! But it hasn't and it's really good," Chrissy gushed. What's less good, apparently, is Chrissy and John's combined name-picking skill set. Although their daughter, Luna, ended up with a pretty cool name, Chrissy admitted she was basically Jane Doe for a good chunk of time before they had to bite the bullet and put something down on paper. "We didn't even pick out Luna's name until three days in the hospital when they told me I'd have to go down to the courthouse and I didn't want to go down there after I had just given birth," she admitted. "But it's tough for boy names. It's harder. I have an arsenal of girl names, but between John and I, we feel that we know somebody with every name that we try and pick out." At the end of the day, she added, she likes "traditional names" and repeating family names, but whatever they choose, it will be something based on who the little guy turns out to be when they meet him. "I want to wait to see him before we give him a name," she said. Chrissy and John's baby boy is reportedly due in June.
Ryan Murphy wins the Internet with his post about the Beyonce biter
"It's happening. Who should play Beyonce?" That's how "American Crime Story" creator Ryan Murphy captioned what may be the best social media response yet to Tiffany Haddish's now infamous "somebody bit Beyonce's face at a party" story on Instagram. His post, complete with "AHS" font, garnered plenty of suggestions, too, with users voting for everyone from Amy Schumer to Queen Bey herself to star in the faux show. The hashtag #WhoBitBeyonce started trending earlier this week after an interview with Tiffany revealed, as she hilariously put it, "There's people out here biting Beyonce!" ("I said to Beyonce, 'Did she really bite you?' She was like, 'Yeah,'" Tiffany told GQ. "I was like, 'She gonna get her a– beat tonight.' She was like, 'Tiffany, no. Don't do that. That b—- is on drugs. She not even drunk. The b—- is on drugs. She not like that all the time. Just chill.'") TMZ's sources maintain the culprit was "Love & Basketball" actress Sanaa Lathan, despite her denial on Twitter.
Did Katy Perry just reveal her pet name for Orlando Bloom?
It sounds like on-again couple Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are still going strong. So strong, in fact, Katy may be letting fans in on her pet name for him. In a clip from her performance in Tokyo on Tuesday, March 27, on Twitter (via the New York Post), Katy introduces a ballad from her "Witness" album by explaining, "I feel very loved and this next song is about being so loved and so seen that you never, ever, have felt this feeling before." Before launching into the tune, she adds, "This is called 'Into Me You See', for bubbadoo." Fans quickly pointed out that since Orlando's already been spotted in Tokyo and was quite possibly at the show, leading them to believe he's Katy's "bubbadoo" in question. It wouldn't be the first time this year the two have crossed oceans to be together. They were both spotted at the same resort in the Maldives in January; the following month, Katy joined Orlando in Prague, where he was filming the Amazon series, "Carnival Row." The two split back in February 2017, but reportedly stayed close, continuing to text and talk regularly following their breakup.
Jaden Smith reaffirms his commitment to gender-fluid fashion
Jaden Smith's not backing down on his belief that clothing can and should be gender-neutral. "If I Wanna Wear A Dress, Then I Will, And That Will Set The New Wave … JADEN SMITH #ICON," he tweeted this week. The tweet generated a slew of negative responses from followers, some of whom vowed to unfollow the actor and model — not that Jaden minds. Speaking to Nylon about his gender fluid MSFTS clothing line back in 2016, he said he hoped his determination to ignore gender stereotypes would help make the world a more accepting place for other non-conformers someday. "I'm going to take most of the blows for my fellow MSFTS. So you know, in five years when a kid goes to school wearing a skirt, he won't get beat up and kids won't get mad at him. It just doesn't matter," he said at the time "I'm taking the brunt of it so that later on, my kids and the next generations of kids will all think that certain things are normal that weren't expected before my time." The 19-year-old has also said he sees no "distinction" when it comes to gender norms — including norms in fashion. "I don't see man clothes and woman clothes," he told GQ two years ago, "I just see scared people and comfortable people."
Megan Fox felt 'powerless,' bullied by negative press
She was trashed by former coworkers for saying Michael Bay was "a nightmare to work for." When rumors of marital problems with Brian Austin Green surfaced, she was accused of causing fights rooted in her alleged obsession with her career. Now, Megan Fox is opening up about the pressures of being in the spotlight — and how she's learned to handle them. "People like to twist my own narrative and use it against me," the 31-year-old says in a new interview with Style Verify magazine (via JustJared). "I felt sort of powerless in expressing myself no matter how hard I tried to be genuine or to be who I was. It was always misconstrued or changed in order to garner more drama and attention through tabloid media and so on. I felt discouraged in that way because I felt like I don't know how to be or live in this industry and have to do interviews. That's a part of what we do… when every time I open my mouth no matter how positive my intentions are 'it becomes something scandalous or something negative' and then I get torn apart for it." Eventually, Megan says she did some "soul searching" and discovered a way to "step away from" the negativity and not "personalize it." "You start to look at things that seem like obstacles or blocks or attacks as something you've brought to yourself as lessons-lessons that your ego and personality needs to learn," Megan explains. "When you look at it that way, it removes the victimhood from a lot of this and it then gives you your power back because you no longer feel like someone is doing something to you. You realize that you've brought this to yourself for a reason and that it's going to have a positive outcome because now your perspective has changed."
Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller would love to renew their vows
There must be something in the air in Hollywood this week when it comes to stars marrying more than once. Amid reports couples Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid and Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka each plan to tie the knot twice, Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller have been happily considering the possibility of renewing their vows. "Sure, I'd have another wedding. Yeah, that would be fun. Anything for a party," Seth told Us Weekly at his Hilarity for Charity event in Los Angeles over the weekend. Lauren, who was by Seth's side at the bash, seemed equally exciting. "Renew our vows?" she asked. "Does that mean we can have another wedding?" The pair got hitched back in 2011.
Tyga denies rumors he's Stormi Webster's dad
Rumors suggesting Tyga fathered Kylie Jenner's daughter, Stormi, have continued to gain traction online in recent weeks, with some gossipers claiming the rapper has said he wants a DNA test to prove the baby's true paternity. Tyga, for one, is over it. "I've never said anything about someone else's child or family insinuating my involvement; and will never do so," he tweeted on Monday, March 26. "Please, Stop spreading false stories and attacking people's families," he begged. "I have nothing to do with any of that. People should be able to live in peace." Kylie has not explicitly confirmed her boyfriend Travis Scott is Stormi's dad, but she has shared clips that show him involved in her milestones from her pregnancy. Stormi also shares Travis' given surname, Webster — and Travis has posted about the tot, affectionately calling her "our little rager." Earlier this month, Kylie's mom dismissed the chatter about Tyga as "silly rumors."
Edward Norton's production company sued over NYC fire
In the wake of news that a firefighter was killed on the New York City set of Edward Norton's new film, "Motherless Brooklyn," the star's production company Class 5 Films is facing a lawsuit over the destruction of the building where the fire took place. Deadline reports Erica and George Cruz have filed suit against the company and the owner of the building on grounds the fire destroyed their rent-controlled home and personal possessions, according to Vulture. "When representatives of Class 5, Inc. became aware of the fire, they did not warn the tenants in the building; in fact, they misled the tenants into believing there had been a fire that had been extinguished," the couple said in the lawsuit. Class 5 previously told People: "As soon as we noticed smoke coming up into our set, our crew immediately alerted the fire department and began alerting residents of the building even as we evacuated our cast and crew. To our great sorrow, we now know that a NYC firefighter lost his life battling the blaze that grew, and our hearts ache in solidarity with his family." The plaintiffs reportedly want more than $1 million in damages.,