Drew Barrymore is reportedly dating David Hutchinson
New love? With her divorce from Will Kopelman behind her, Drew Barrymore has reportedly been dating David Hutchinson, the senior vice president of the Maesa Group, which manufactures Drew's Flower Beauty line. The New York Post reports the couple was spotted at Cheeky's restaurant in Palm Springs last weekend while they were visiting the town for a wedding. The "Santa Clarita" star recently announced she's launching Flower Press, a semi-annual print magazine created and designed by her and her girlfriends.
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How George and Amal Clooney are handling their first days of parenthood
After spending about three days in the hospital, new parents George Clooney and Amal Clooney are back at their home in England and as a source tells E! News, they're pretty blissed out about their twins, Alexander and Ella. "It was a longer birth than expected but the babies are healthy and beautiful," said the insider, adding that the Clooneys managed to "keep a low profile" at the hospital despite worldwide interest in their babies. "They're elated. I don't think you've ever seen a happier pair," said the source. "You'd think that twins would be overwhelming for anyone but they seem to have taken to this like ducks to water, all in their stride. They're both attentive, warm, loving parents. You could see that even in the run up to having the kids … even months ago, in the way George would fuss and fret over making sure security at the house was safe and the nursery was perfect." Photographers have tried to take pictures of the house since the couple returned home but the source said locals in their neighborhood have been helping "shoo off" the paparazzi. "I guess you could say that's one of the things George and Amal love and the area—a real sense of community spirit," said the insider. "You've never seen as many flowers that have been delivered to the house recently. It's like a florist! And the number of gifts continue to grow. There are going to be a lot of thank you cards going out!"
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Lorde admits she was behind that onion ring Instagram account
Should you ever be in the need of an onion ring review, give Lorde a call. Turns out there's truth to the rumor the singer was behind an Instagram account called @onionringsworldwide. "I naively didn't realize that it would be a thing that I was going to different places and trying the onion rings at each of those places," she told Jimmy Kimmel on "The Tonight Show" this week (via People). "I think they're underrated as well," she added. "I don't think they get enough credit." As for why she kept the account on the DL? "I feel like it reads like the kind of thing a pop star would do to look relatable, which I wasn't doing," she said. Though it's been taken down, the account's bio read "Every onion ring I encounter, rated" and had a whopping 24 followers.
Zoe Kravitz gets coy about her rumored romance with Drake
Back in 2013, romance rumors hit Zoe Kravitz and Drake when they spotted looking closer than platonic friends at a Beyonce concert. Neither star has talked much about the rumors, prompting Andy Cohen to do some digging when Zoe stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" this week. He didn't get very far. "We hung out for a minute. But we are very good friends. You know," Zoe said, according to Us Weekly. Andy being Andy, he continued to dig. Finally, Zoe repeated herself, saying, "We hung out a little bit," though a giggle. Asked what that means, she only said, "You know, it's like how I hang out, I don't know how you hang out." Quipped Andy: "Well, if I was hanging out with Drake, I know what I'd be doing,"
Ashton Kutcher gives Ryan Seacrest some child-rearing advice
Between their 2-year-old daughter and 7-month-old son, it's fair to say Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have their hands full at home. "Get one out of diapers before you have the second, because having two in diapers is a whole scenario, right?" Ashton asked Ryan Seacrest on his radio show this week, according to Us Weekly. "As soon as the first one gets out of diapers, go ahead and have the second one, that way they'll actually play with each other at one point. But to spread it out a little bit is good." Spreading it out a little might be safer for everyone involved, as well. Case in point? "Wyatt occasionally tries to murder the young one," Ashton joked. "Not on purpose, but she just hugs him so hard that she almost suffocates him sometimes, and doesn't even realize that that's happening." Eek.
Janet Jackson and Wissam al Mana begin divorce proceedings
Thursday, June 15 marked the beginning of the end for Janet Jackson and her estranged husband, Wissam Al Mana. TMZ published photos of the pair leaving the Royal Courts of Justice in London, where the website says they began their first round of divorce proceedings. Nesws of their split surfaced in January after the birth of Janet and Eissa's son Eissa. The two married in a private ceremony in 2012.
North West gets a bike for her birthday
North West has her own set of wheels! The newly minted 4-year-old stepped out with her parents, Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, her aunt Kourtney Kardashian and her cousin Penelope Disick on Thursday, June 15, to celebrate her birthday at Ruby's Diner. When she came out with her family after their meal, she had a slew of fun new gifts — including a bike, according to TMZ. "My baby girl turned 4 years old today!" Kim tweeted. "She's my light & my everything!!! I love you to the moon & back North."
Why Minnie Driver doesn't care for the word 'unlikable' with regard to her characters
On "Speechless," Minnie Driver plays Maya, a woman bent on protecting her family, including her son, who suffers from cerebral palsy. Maya's tough — but don't call her unlikeable around Minnie. "I actually have a real problem with women being called unlikable because you never hear that about a man. They're called antiheroes and they're funny and they're strong and they're interesting," Minnie explains in the new issue of THR. Noting that she often plays women who are "awful but relatable," Minnie goes on to say many actresses seem worried that if they play someone who could be perceived as unlikable the actresses themselves could be perceived that way, too. "It's very antithetical to being an actress," she says, "because we are groomed to be people pleasers, and we've got to make everybody like us because we've got to be in competition with every other girl in a way that men really aren't.
LAPD source claims Tupac Shakur's death was gang-related
As "All Eyez on Me" hits theater on Friday, June 16, new conspiracy theories are surfacing about who killed Tupac Shakur and why. Speaking to People, an LAPD source said this week the murder was retaliatory and gang-related. "Some people thought Suge had Tupac killed because he was trying to leave Death Row and start his own label," the insider said. "That's always common in the music industry: the artist wants to leave because they aren't being paid what they think they should be paid and feel like they are getting ripped off. But immediately after Tupac was shot [in Las Vegas], the next day there were murders all the way back in L.A. because the Compton Mob Piru (which Suge was a part of) knew that the Southside Compton Crips were involved." According to the source, Tupac had been involved in a dustup with Crips member Orlando Anderson the day he was killed. The two scuffled at the MGM Grand Casino in Las Vegas after Orlando allegedly tried to steal a medallion from someone in Tupac's entourage. "It was simple retaliation: you mess with one of ours, we will mess with one of yours," said the source. "If Orlando had never been jumped in the hotel, they never would have killed Tupac that night."
Tom Cruise micro-managed production of 'The Mummy:' Variety
Could the poor box office showing and negative reviews Tom Cruise's "The Mummy" is getting have been avoided? A new report from Variety claims the actor had "an excessive amount of control" of the Universal monster pic, which sources say suffered in part due to its inexperienced director, whom Tom reportedly chose. He would "often dictate the major action sequences and micro-managing the production, according to sources," according to Variety, which also claims Tom picked his own screenwriters to rewrite the script and make his part bigger while playing down the role of the mummy princess. A rep for Universal denied the allegations, saying in a statement: "Tom approaches every project with a level of commitment and dedication that is unmatched by most working in our business today." The statement continued: "He has been a true partner and creative collaborator, and his goal with any project he works on is to provide audiences with a truly cinematic moviegoing experience."