Is Kylie Jenner pregnant?
In the words of Taylor Swift, "you need to calm down," Internet. Kylie Jenner's fans apparently noticed that at one point in a now viral video taken during Khloe Kardashian's birthday party, a woman who seems at first watch to be Kylie can be heard hollering, "I'm pregnant!" A source close to the makeup entrepreneur, however, assures Page Six, "It wasn't Kylie." A second source confirmed that information. Fans have been clamoring for news of a new milestone for Kylie and her beau, Travis Scott, for more than a year, thanks to their habits of calling each other husband and wifey — and to a birthday note Kylie posted for Travis that suggested she was ready to give their daughter, Stormi Webster a sibling. "Watching you evolve into the partner, friend, son, and father you are today has been so fulfilling ♥️ my real life bestie & hubby all wrapped into one," she told Travis at the time. "I love you and I'm so so proud of you. happy happy birthday let's f— around and have another baby."
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Chrissy Teigen reveals she was banned from 'WWHL' after getting black-out drunk on the show
Chrissy Teigen has never been shy about her affection for reality TV or wine, which probably helps explain why she's been a regular guest on Bravo exec Andy Cohen's boozy "Watch What Happens Live," over the course of its 10 years. But as she revealed when she appeared on the Thursday, June 27 edition of the show, there was a time when she was banned from saying "yes" to Andy's invitations. "I wasn't allowed to do this show for two years after the first time I did it … cause I got so blacked out," she said, according to the Daily Mail. When Andy asked, "Who wouldn't allow it?" Chrissy said, "Marissa, my publicist," sparking an enthusiastic, "Oh my god, thank you Marissa for letting her do it again," from Andy. The conversation came after the pair looked back on some of the show's booziest moments — an exercise that was all in good fun. But as Chrissy told Cosmopolitan in 2017, she recently realized she has to keep a serious eye on her approach to alcohol. "I was, point blank, just drinking too much," she told Cosmo after returning from a wellness center in Bali where she went to "reset" her health. "I got used to being in hair and makeup and having a glass of wine. Then that glass of wine would carry over into me having one before the awards show. And then a bunch at the awards show," she explained. "And then I felt bad for making kind of an ass of myself to people that I really respected. And that feeling, there's just nothing like that. You feel horrible. It's not a good look for me, for John, for anybody. I used to think it was kind of nutty to have to go totally sober. But now I get it. I don't want to be that person. … I have to fix myself." Chrissy and her husband John Legend, who had been trying to have a second child when she made the realization about the booze, have since welcomed their son, Miles, and she's reformed her approach to alcohol.
Jessa Duggar Seewald gets 'teary eyed' seeing her older kids dote on their new little sister
Four weeks after Jessa Duggar Seewald and Ben Seewald welcomed their newest addition, Ivy Jane, she's already making a mark on her older brothers' hearts — a fact Jessa can't get enough of. On Thursday, June 27, Jessa shared photos of her 3-year-old son, Spurgeon gazing down at his little sis as he cradled her in his arms. Another photo in the post showed Henry Seewald, 2, tickling Ivy's toes as he looked at her with awe. "I'm all teary-eyed seeing my boys love on their little sister. 👦🏻👦🏼👶🏻 ," Ivy wrote. "Spurgeon had 2 people in the house to love on him. Ivy has double that number. As my mom would always say, 'Love multiplies, it doesn't divide.'" She added: "Today is a gift, tomorrow isn't guaranteed. I never want to take a single day for granted." As she told followers in another caption, Ivy turned one month old on Friday. "She brings so much joy to our lives!" Jessa gushed, adding that she was "looking forward to" seeing her family welcome more little girls this fall. Josiah and Lauren Duggar, Joe and Kendra Duggar and Josh and Anna Duggar all recently announced they're expecting daughters this year, as well.
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Selma Blair shares an update on her 'glitchy brain' and vulnerability
Early in the morning on Friday, June 28, Selma Blair shared a new update on her well being since she began battling multiple sclerosis. It was less of a medical update than an emotional one, as many of her recent posts have tended to be. Posting a photo of herself lying in a hammock on Instagram, she wrote what turned out to be something between poetry and stream of consciousness. "I am awake. I have a headache. I am thinking about the children lost in the crossing. The baby found in a bag. The first man to show her love. I hear the thunder crack. I am back in the Midwest. Where I was born," she began. "I wonder what happens when we die. I shut my eyes against it. I open them wide again. I don't ever want to leave my son. What if he needs me. One day. More than he seems to now." From there, she got more down to earth, explaining how she'd gotten out and met folks the day before, but her mind came back to heavier topics eventually. "I rode around the city yesterday. Chatting with people about the walking bike I use. Meeting children and parents. Happy to let them know there are fun ways to get around if you need help. Then my mind wanders to Chernobyl and my mother . They are in no way connected in a literal way," she wrote. "I asked my beau if he thought the bathroom was inside the restaurant yesterday. As opposed to outside. And my glitchy brain was sincere. We roared with laughter. Things are so strange. I am doing my best to take care of health. I don't want to post pictures of myself. I feel in transition. Vulnerable. But I am here. Thinking. Thinking. Of all of us. #fbf and yes , I fell out of this #hammock right after this posed shot. I still have a headache. Going to finish a jigsaw puzzle. Good morning. 🐣." The post earned lots of compliments on her writing, which she was less open with prior to her MS diagnosis. It also garnered plenty of love and gratitude from Selma's friends. "You are loved. And teaching us all how to live. 🙏🏼❤️," commented Jennifer Beals. Natasha Lyonne simply replied, "♥️♥️♥️♥️."
Jaden Smith is barely recognizable with hot pink hair and bleached brows
Jaden Smith's still determined to push the envelope when it comes to style. The 20-year-old actor, designer and musician showed up at the Louis Vuitton X – Louis Vuitton in Collaboration showcase this week rocking an uneven, hot pink fade cut, bleached eyebrows and what Footwear News reports was "head-to-toe Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton." The ensemble included a fitted gray suit, white T-shirt and Archlight kicks. Jaden, who's been making a splash for Vuitton as a brand ambassador for years, also showed off a diamond studded grill at the event.
Nicki Minaj fuels more rumors she's pregnant with 'no alcohol' tweet
Is Nicki Minaj expecting? That's what fans were asking on social media after spotting a "no alcohol" comment she posted shortly after a segment she taped for "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" aired on Thursday, June 27. The skit shows Nicki drinking what looks like a "lobsterita" cocktail with Jimmy at (where else?) Red Lobster, where she worked before becoming famous. "For the record; that was iced tea in that lobsterita glass. No alcohol was consumed in the making of our dinner date," she later tweeted. Fans quickly chimed in with comments like, "So are we all invited to the baby shower orrrrrrr what?" and, "Oohh so you dropping hint hints" (via Us Weekly). While she may well have been dropping hints — she and her boyfriend, Kenneth Petty, recently got their marriage license — it seems more likely she was having fun with a rumor that grew out of a joke she made on a Queen Radio chat earlier this year, saying in seeming seriousness "I'm pregnant." She burst into laughter after saying that, giggling: "They really gon' believe me…my manager's face! He was about to die!"
Demi Lovato inks a message about self-love on her ring finger
As she continues her sobriety after a nearly fatal overdose last year, Demi Lovato is intent on remembering who needs to come first in her life. This week, she made that important message permanent by getting a tiny tattoo on the finger many young women Demi's age reserve for a wedding ring. "Me first 🖤," Demi captioned a photo of the small word "me" that now adorns the inside of her left ring finger, adding, "Thank you @winterstone for my new forever reminder.. #i🖤me." Of course, she also has room for other folks in her heart and on her skin. Last month, Dr. Woo inked an image of Demi's late great-grandmother on her arm.
Khloe Kardashian 'doesn't get why' Tristan Thompson posted his birthday tribute to her
Khloe Kardashian celebrated her birthday with friends and family this week but there's one well-wisher she's still scratching her head about — and that's her ex, Tristan Thompson. The Cavaliers star, who Khloe cut loose in February after learning he hooked up with family friend Jordyn Woods (a year after he cheated on Khloe when she was nine months pregnant with their daughter), shared a moving tribute to Khloe as she turned 35. But given what they've been through, it struck some as a bit off, including Khloe and her family. A source tells People Khloe "didn't really get why he posted it," while the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner krewe "thinks he posted it because he wants to make himself look good," since their relationship is co-parenting True and "that's it." In his Instagram post to her, he followed up "happy birthday" with: "You are the most beautiful human I have ever met inside and out. Thank you for being an amazing mommy to our princess True. She is blessed to have someone like you to look up to. I wish you nothing but more success and sending you positive blessing your way. Enjoy your day Koko." The post comes as his Jordyn Woods scandal has been playing out on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." Khloe has said she's not watching the episodes.
Shay Mitchell reveals she's pregnant
"Pretty Little Liars" star Shay Mitchell shared a major announcement with fans on Friday, June 28. After revealing she suffered a miscarriage last year, the 32-year-old actress posted a topless photo of herself in which she's clearly pregnant. "Does this mean I'm allowed to drive in the car pool lane at all times now?" she joked in the caption. According to ET, Shay, who's been dating Matte Babel since early 2017, also shared a video about the good news on YouTube, where she's been gearing up to debut a series called "Almost Ready" that chronicles her journey to motherhood. "There is something in the oven and it's not my pizza!!!" she quips in the blurb promoting the clip. The new series lands on YouTube July 17.
The Osbournes tell Donald Trump to stay away from Ozzy's music
The Osbournes have some thoughts about Donald Trump's decision to include Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train" in a Twitter video made to poke fun at various aspects of the first night of Democratic debates this week. The video starts out with a jab at MSNBC for experiencing technical difficulties on Wednesday, June 26, which Trump paired with the 1980 Ozzy hit. From there, the screen goes dark and you see Trump walking to a podium. Speaking to Rolling Stone in a statement, Sharon Osbourne said the next morning: "Based on this morning's unauthorized use of Ozzy Osbourne's 'Crazy Train,' we are sending notice to the Trump campaign (or any other campaigns) that they are forbidden from using any of Ozzy Osbourne's music in political ads or in any political campaigns. Ozzy's music cannot be used for any means without approvals." She added that the president might find a more willing artist to include in his next media piece if he looks to those who have supported him in the past. "In the meantime, we have a suggestion for Mr. Trump: perhaps he should reach out to some of his musician friends," Sharon said. "Maybe Kayne West ('Gold Digger'), Kid Rock ('I Am the Bullgod') or Ted Nugent ('Stranglehold') will allow use of their music."