Is marriage is the cards for Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott?
Rumors Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott were engaged surfaced long before her pregnancy buzz. But neither the ring she's been seen wearing on her all-important finger nor the news she's expecting a daughter with Travis means either of them are ready for a trip down the aisle. That's according to TMZ, which reports sources close to the couple say the two don't think they've known each other long enough to tie the knot. "They're still trying to figure out their relationship," says one insider. Kylie is reportedly five months pregnant, suggesting she and Travis conceived their child shortly after they began seeing each other.
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Shannen Doherty says cancer made her 'a better person'
With a little distance from her cancer battle, Shannen Doherty is able to see ways in which the experience helped her grow. "[It] made me a better person," she tells Life & Style. "It taught me a different kind of strength." Unlike the "toughness" Shannen used to associate with the strength, the 46-year-old now sees her strength as coming "from more of a vulnerable space, which I think is a good thing," she says. "I feel blessed that I'm in remission, [and] I feel blessed I had cancer in the first place. I'm very happy. It's a second chance at life." She has plenty to live for, too. Six years ago, Shannen married Kurt Iswarienko, 43, whom she's said has been her rock through her ordeal. Now, she says their relationship is "a thousand times stronger." Her family relationships are stronger too, she reveals, including her connection to her late father, whom she believes was by her side "from heaven" since her 2015 breast cancer diagnosis. Finally, she's returning to acting and spending time working with her oncologist in his own mission to fight the disease. "I get to hang out with this amazing man, Dr. Piro, and bring awareness to cancer and all the work that has been done," the actress says. "It feels fantastic!"
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Guess which celeb Zac Efron would most like to do a love scene with …
Somebody cue up "Summer Lovin'." Zac Efron participated in Vogue's 73 questions video recently and the website's editors had the foresight to turn that age-old "who's your celebrity crush" question into one with a possible real-life answer. Asked which celeb he'd most like to shoot a love scene with, Zac, who locked lips with his "Baywatch" costar The Rock in the movie and has since praised the actor's "winterfresh commercial"-esque smooch, got some more mileage out of the scene. "The Rock," he declared. "So we can finish what we started."
Pitbull lends Puerto Rico his plane to transport cancer patients for chemo
Some cancer patients in Puerto Rico are finally getting the chemotherapy they need thanks to Pitbull. With the entire island out of power and running water, many of those in the greatest danger from the effects of Hurricanes Irma and Maria are people who need medical care they can't get at home. This week, Puerto Rico congresswoman Jenniffer Gonzalez announced the Miami-born singer was coming to the rescue. "Thanks to singer @pitbull for lending your private plane to transport cancer patients from PR to USA so that they can get chemo," she tweeted in Spanish. "Thank God we're blessed to help," he told E! News. "Just doing my part."
Take a look back at Khloe Kardashian's thoughts on becoming a mom through the years
In the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" Season 13 finale in June, Khloe Kardashian got serious about her future with Tristan Thompson, admitting he's said he wants to have "five or six kids" with her. "Knowing I'm not on birth control, it's scary. It's like a really big step. I am really excited about my future. Me and Tristan, we're doing so well," she said at the time. Fast forward a few months and … yep. Baby No. 1 is reportedly on the way. Despite those initial birth control jitters, though, Us Weekly points out Khloe's been talking about motherhood for years. She's also said she's cool with waiting until she and Tristan have enjoyed their relationship without kids, noting to Sunday's You magazine, "Once you have kids, you can't get back your non-kid years." Us rounded up a few other musings Khloe's shared about the prospect of starting a family, including her fears beyond how children might change her relationship with Tristan. Speaking to the Daily Mail last month, she admitted: "You worry about your children for the rest of your life. The concern I have is raising little human beings in a world that's filled with such hate and terror. That seems very scary." It also seems like Khloe, who branded herself a "fun aunt" in an interview with Refinery29 a couple of years ago, will have a good idea of how to show her future children there's more to the world than what's happening on the front page. "I like to have fun and be silly and not take myself too seriously with the kids, so I hope that will translate when I actually have my own," she said. She and Tristan were talking about having kids y April of this year, according to ES Magazine. "I know for a fact that he would be an impeccable father," Khloe said of her beau, who is already a dad, at the time. "I definitely want to be a mom, but I don't put the pressure on it. It's not like, 'The clock is ticking.' I feel in my soul it will happen."
Jimmy Kimmel thanks supporters who opposed GOP health bill
Billy Kimmel, 1, Bill Cassidy and Lindsay Graham, nada. For months, Jimmy Kimmel argued that the GOP's proposals to replace the Affordable Care Act unfairly targeted those with pre-existing conditions like his youngest son, Billy, who had open heart surgery shortly after his birth. His emotional discussions about what he and his family went through as they watched their son suffer drew more attention to the already contentious issue. When Lindsay Graham and Bill Cassidy proposed their latest version of the bill, Jimmy was appalled, having been told by Bill himself he would not support anything that didn't pass the Jimmy Kimmel Test — meaning a bill that would protect people like Billy. Jimmy soon found himself arguing on TV that his guest Bill Cassidy had lied to him, given the ramifications of the Graham-Cassidy bill. When the bill failed to pass this week, Jimmy — and, judging from the face in this photo, Billy — couldn't have been more relieved. "Thanks to all who stood up and spoke out from this happy guy and his less-fortunate friends," Jimmy captioned a photo of his son sitting on his lap. "#GoodbyeGrahamCassidy," he added. The post was met with nearly 70,000 likes in less than 24 hours. "Thank you for pushing back against our shameful lack of leadership and infuriating attempts to push through harmful healthcare bills 💗," wrote one commenter. "Thank YOU for your voice," added another. "I was disabled for 25 years before I got obamacare. Thnk you jimmy..💛💙💛 #hero." If there were detractors, they appear to have stayed mum or been deleted from the comments.
Jessica Alba's company sues Honest Herbal for trademark infringement
Jessica Alba's one billion-dollar-plus Honest Company is taking a hemp product maker to court. According to TMZ, the Honest Company is suing Honest Herbal for trademark infringement. The website reports Jessica's legal team claims the Colorado cannabinoid-focused organization intentionally riffed on the name of the actress' company to "confuse" consumers. The Honest Company reportedly started with a cease and desist letter but got nowhere with it. They're demanding Honest Herbal change its name and fork over some cash.
Teresa Giudice and her kids only visit Joe Giudice in prison once a month now
After serving nearly a year in prison for fraud charges sparked by loans her husband had her take out in her name, Teresa Giudice has a realistic approach to her marriage. In a new interview with Us Weekly, the reality star opens up about some of the changes in her life now that she's doe with her prison term and Joe has been serving his for a year and a half. The doesn't mince words, either. "I would have never thought in a million years that I would have gone to jail. Will I still be married to Joe in 40 years? I have no idea," says Teresa, "You don't know what life will bring." Though she says she hasn't thought of leaving him "yet" — and denies that she's dating anyone while he's away — Teresa admits she's still angry with him for encouraging her to go along with his ideas regarding their financial lives. "Oh yeah. I know he didn't mean to do it intentionally, but I'm still mad at the situation. He should have been on top of everything," she says. These days, Teresa and her kids don't visit him as much, either, a shift that started when the prison stopped allowing Sunday visits. "Saturdays are OK but the girls have their activities and sports that day. I tell them, 'Don't worry about it. Do your thing, be a kid.' Once a month is enough," she says. Another thing that will change when he gets out? "I'm never signing anything ever again," says Teresa. "I think we should keep things separate. So in that way, we kinda will be divorced."
Fergie dishes on dating Mario Lopez, clams up about her romance with Justin Timberlake
Fergie must have known saying "yes" to an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live" was going to involve a little romance rehash, given her recent announcement she and Josh Duhamel separated earlier this year. So when it came time to "plead the fifth" with Andy Cohen, he predictably focused on questions about her love life. First up: Mario Lopez, who has been open about kissing Fergie when the two appeared on "Kids Incorporated" as children. "She likes to point out that there was no tongue involved," Mario wrote in his memoir. Andy picked up the thread, asking Fergie to rate Mario's kissing skills on a scale of one to 10. She acknowledged he had "beautiful, soft lips," gave him a perfect 10 then revealed Mario was "a little player" at the time, according to E! News. "He would play Renee [Sands] and me our feelings — our little girl feelings! He's got that Latin lover thing." Andy also asked Fergie which of her estranged husband's movies she liked least, a question she dodged by saying she loves them all. Asked about her relationship with Justin Timberlake, Fergie finally went for the fifth. "It wasn't all that serious," she said before pleading the fifth. When Andy asked who she might date looking ahead, the singer said she didn't know. "It's too soon for me to even think about dating," she explained. "I'm open to love but it's just too soon."
Ariel Winter reportedly applied for a gun permit
First comes love, then comes … a gun permit? Ariel Winter and her boyfriend Levi Meaden have shared photos on social media showing their interest weapons including bows and arrows. Now, they're taking their interest in shooting things to the next level. The Daily Mail reports Ariel, 19, and Levi, 30, applied for gun permits at Guns Direct in the Burbank section of Los Angeles on Tuesday, Sept. 27. To be fair, Ariel has said she wants to be a federal prosecutor some day, so she seems to have an interest in fighting crime. We give it 24 hours before Ariel's estranged mother chimes in with some unsolicited advice on firearms.