Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis make their first joint red-carpet appearance since 'That '70s Show'
Aw, somebody's still smitten! Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis stopped by the Sixth Annual Breakthrough Prize Awards in Mountain View, California, on Sunday, Dec. 3, marking their first red carpet appearance together since "That '70s Show" ended more than a decade ago, according to E! News. The cameras didn't seem to deter the loving couple from a little PDA. When they weren't holding hands, Ashton kept an arm wrapped gently around his wife and former co-star, whispering into her ear with comments that apparently got the Dolce & Gabbana-clad actress giggling. Held in Silicon Valley, the Breakthrough Prize Awards honor achievements in physics, life sciences and math — although Ashton and Mila probably deserve a medal of their own for making marriage look so darn cute.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum celebrates her birthday with Channing Tatum in Mexico
Jenna Dewan-Tatum had plenty to be happy about on her birthday over the weekend. On Sund. The newly-minted 37-year-old spent the big day — Sunday, Dec. 3 — soaking up the sunshine in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, where she and her husband, Channing Tatum headed for a quiet vacation last week. After arriving in Cabo on Friday, Dec. 1, the birthday girl and her man headed to a private, oceanfront suite at a luxury resort, according to E! News. The couple reportedly spent their first full day in Mexico getting some serious R&R on the beach, where they were spotted chatting, reading and enjoying the sunshine, drinks in hand. The two also reportedly hit the resort's infinity pool and sat down to an al fresco lunch on the deck. "This year has been one i will never forget," Jenna wrote on Instagram alongside one of her beach pics on Sunday. "Challenging, beautiful and wonderfully expansive all at the same time. But i know for sure that every experience you have is here for your own growth and when viewed that way, the magic of life will show you the way. thank you all for my birthday wishes!! ❤️😘🎂"
Chrissy Teigen jokes that she'll delete her Luna dis 'before she can read'
It's not that Chrissy Teigen doesn't appreciate her daughter, Luna — and, presumably, her baby-to-be. But a really good party can make even the best moms pine for some kid-free time. Before she shared this adorable family selfie on Monday, Dec. 4, Chrissy posted photos from her epic, retro/Pan-Am-themed birthday bash, along with a little candor about her 1-year-old. "The best bday party I've ever forced anyone to throw me," Chrissy joked on Instagram. "Everything is better with you and Lu," she added, addressing her husband John Legend. "Well, not everything is better with Lu … honestly kids can kinda be a buzzkill sometimes," she wrote. "But we won't tell her and I'll delete this before she can read." Fair enough.
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Was Megan Kelly's 'Today' staff cold to Samantha Bee's staff?
If Megyn Kelly ends up getting an anchor spot on "Today" in the wake of Matt Lauer's ignominious firing, she may have to work at making a more positive impression with all that extra air-time. Vulture reports the not-so-rosy response Megyn's hour of "Today" has been getting appears to go hand-in-hand with the way she and her employees treat visitors to the set. "Part of my staff went to see her show just for reasons of human interest, and security was really upset," Samantha Bee told Stephen Colbert at the Montclair Film Fundraiser over the weekend. "They thought we were going to ambush her show and of course we did not do that at all." In what was likely a reference to Megyn's recent comments about sexual harassment and assault in the workplace, Stephe reportedly responded by saying he doesn't "know enough about what she's doing, if she's piggybacking on a cultural moment right now," to comment on the weird interaction between the two staffs.
'The Last Jedi' cast reflects on Carrie Fisher's iconic Leia role
When the cast of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" came together on Sunday, Dec. 3 for a press conference, they spent some time reflecting on Carrie Fisher, who shot scenes for the film prior to her death in 2016. "She's really smart, she's really funny, she's courageous, she doesn't care what people think," Gwendoline Christie said (via the Daily Mail). "That was really instrumental to me, as someone who didn't feel like they fit that homogenized view of what a woman should be." Kelly Marie Tran, who plays Rose Tico, added, "She was so unapologetic and so openly herself. It's hard. I think that she will always be an icon as Leia, but also as Carrie." Daisy Ridley has also been asked about her experience working with Carrie in recent press for the movie. Speaking to Glamour, she admitted it would be difficult to see herself onscreen with Carrie in one scene, in particular. "The last thing Carrie and I filmed together was emotional for a variety of reasons," she said. "It's the end of the film, and all of this crazy stuff has happened. There's a moment that we share, and thinking about it now, I realize that it's going to be really hard to watch. Because it will seem like a goodbye, even though it wasn't at the time."
Tori Spelling says her youngest child represents 'the rebirth' of her marriage
For Tori Spelling, having a fifth child with Dean McDermott provided a marker for their new and improved marriage. "I feel like Beau is really the pillar of the rebirth of our relationship because our relationship had to crumble for it to be rebuilt and it was really important that we just start it over," Tori told People over the weekend. "I think Beau is a symbol of that because he's the first baby out of all five that we're raising in a communicative way." Tori and Dean haven't exactly kept their relationship problems a secret since their 2006 wedding. Still, Tori says it took time for her to realize the ups and downs were inevitable. "I look back and I remember doing interviews probably seven years ago … I was like, 'It's easy, we don't have to work at it. We have this great marriage,'" she said. "Eleven years later, I'm like, 'It's a lot of work.' It takes work and I took that for granted — I think we both did. We thought, 'Oh, our relationship just works,' and the truth is, no relationship just works." Tori added that part of the way things have improved involved her speaking about her feelings in a way she never did when she was growing up. "I really feel like I found my voice in the relationship," she said.
Saint West and Reign Disick have a monster-themed birthday party
Birthdays are more fun with monsters — and cousins. With Saint West turning 2 on Dec. 5 and Reign Disick turning 3 on Dec. 14, the boys' moms, Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian, decided to throw a joint, "Monster Mash"-slash-Christmas-themed birthday party over the weekend. Photos posted on Snapchat (via E! News) show the backyard setup, which included activities like ice skating, tubing on peppermint candy-colored inner tubes and playing in the fake snow with Santa, all beneath a banner wishing the boys a "merry monster mash." Each birthday boy got his own cake as well, both of which featured characters from "Monsters, Inc." on top. It's been a busy party season already for the Kardashian-Jenner krewe: last month, they celebrated Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West's soon-to-be-born third child with a cherry blossom-themed shower. Her little sister, who is rumored to be pregnant (along with Khloe Kardashian), had a shower the following day.
Margot Robbie explains her recent 'boss moment'
It's been two years since actresses like Reese Witherspoon and Amy Poehler started urging reporters to ask women on the red carpet more substantive questions than "who are you wearing." With Oscar season right around the corner, it seems the #AskHerMore campaign could probably use another boost, a fact to which Margot Robbie can attest given her recent experience speaking to press about "I, Tonya," which she both stars in and produced. "I had a boss moment the other day," Margot told the New York Post over the weekend. "I was doing a press conference and they keep asking me what it was like to be married, and I said, 'Being married is not my achievement. My achievement is producing this film and having a producing deal with a major studio — that is my achievement.' And everyone shut up after that. It was really nice." Spoken like a true boss!
Brooklyn Beckham and Chloe Moretz cuddle up in the car in L.A.
Reunited lovebirds Chloe Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham took their romance back to the West Coast over the weekend after the two were spotted grabbing coffee together in New York City near the set of Chloe's film, "The Widow." On Sunday, Dec. 3, the pair shared a few tender moments in the car in the Studio City section of Los Angeles, where they .later picked up some food from Good Neighbor. Brooklyn and Chloe first started dating in 2014. Though they've called it quits and gotten back together multiple times since then, Brooklyn's move to the Big Apple for school — he's studying photography at Parsons — seems to have given their relationship another boost.
Harvey Weinstein steps out without a disguise
Harvey Weinstein nixed the disguises he's been wearing lately for a recent lunch with a female friend in Arizona, where he's reportedly been getting treatment for sex addiction since allegations he assaulted, harassed and raped multiple women began to surface earlier this fall. Photos published by TMZ show the former Weinstein Company exec enjoying a relaxed lunch at Babbo Italian Eatery in Glendale, Arizona, with no other customers in the restaurant on Sunday, Dec. 3. He and his pal reportedly watched the Los Angeles Rams plays the Arizona Cardinals during their booze-free meal.