Is 12-year-old Mason Disick really spilling the tea about his famous family? An Instagram account under the name @itzangel_j – has been making all kinds of claims about the Kardashian-Jenner family lately, and there's speculation that Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian's eldest child is the one secretly in charge. Among the things the Mason-linked account has claimed: Pete Davidson proposed to Kim Kardashian but she said the timing wasn't right; Pete and Kim want a child; Khloe Kardashian will welcome a child "soon" via surrogate; Kris Jenner is secretly engaged to longtime beau Corey Gamble; and Kylie Jenner intentionally had her second child on 2-2-2022 even though her son wasn't due for two more weeks.
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Alleged murder attempt
"90 Day Fiancé" star Caroline Schwitzky survived an alleged murder attempt at the hands of her boyfriend. A police report obtained by TMZ said Cole Goldberg was taken into custody and charged with first-degree attempted murder after an argument got out of hand aboard a boat in West Palm Beach, Florida, on April 24. Witnesses told police that Caroline and Cole were on the boat when he aggressively grabbed her and prevented her from getting away for more than 20 minutes. The police report said Caroline eventually freed herself and jumped in the water to escape. While she swam to a nearby boat, Cole reportedly jumped in after her and allegedly tried to push her head underwater. Bystanders screamed for Cole to stop and several eventually jumped in the water to help rescue Caroline.
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On April 26, it was officially announced that Elon Musk was buying Twitter for $44 billion. The world's richest man said he planned to make Twitter a legitimate free speech square under his leadership. Amid the transaction, many in entertainment voiced their opinions on, coincidentally enough, Twitter. Joe Rogan called Elon a "superhero." Referring to Elon's role as Tesla CEO, Stephen Colbert joked, "So, are tweets self-driving now?" Meghan McCain wondered, "Maybe we can make this space more fair and hospitable again."
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Olivia Wilde got a surprise on April 26 while standing in front of more than 4,000 people: custody papers. Deadline reported that Olivia was at CinemaCon in Las Vegas screening the trailer for a movie she directed, "Don't Worry Darling," when someone approached from the front rows of Caesars Palace's Colosseum theater and slid a manila envelope on the stage to her feet. It was initially believed that the envelope contained an unsolicited movie script. But it soon emerged that the envelope — which had the words "Personal and Confidential" on it — actually contained custody papers from her ex, Jason Sudeikis, concerning their two children. Olivia handled the dramatic interruption gracefully and held the envelope on the CinemaCon stage while continuing to discuss the trailer. A source confirmed to Wonderwall.com that the envelope contained custody papers. "Papers were drawn up to establish jurisdiction relating to the children of Ms. Wilde and Mr. Sudeikis," a source said. "Mr. Sudeikis had no prior knowledge of the time or place that the envelope would have been delivered as this would solely be up to the process service company involved and he would never condone her being served in such an inappropriate manner."
Jared Padalecki was involved in a "very bad car accident" and he nearly didn't make it out alive, a "Supernatural" co-star revealed. During a convention for the CW show on April 24, Jensen Ackles addressed Jared's absence, revealing for the first time that the "Gilmore Girls" actor had suffered injuries in a car crash. "He wasn't driving. He was in the passenger seat, and he's lucky to be alive," Jensen said. "I miss my buddy. Jared sends his love. I spoke with him yesterday. He's sad he can't be here." There were no fatalities in the crash. On April 26, Jared broke his silence. "Hey y'all! I want to thank everyone for the outpouring of love. I'm definitely on the mend and hoping to return to filming later this week," he wrote on Instagram. "I'm so lucky to have had the best care and be surrounded by people who love me. So grateful for everyone."
Leaving late night
James Corden has extended his contract with CBS through the middle 2023 — after that, he will exit "The Late Late Show" for good. By the time he ends his reign on the late night CBS show next year, James will have been at the helm for eight and a half years. "It's been it's a really hard decision to leave because I'm so immensely proud of the show. I'm thrilled to be extending [for a year]," he told Deadline on April 28. "I always thought I'd do it for five years and then leave and then I stayed on. I've really been thinking about it for a long time, thinking whether there might be one more adventure." James said he's unsure whether he and his family will move back to the U.K. once his show ends. "It's something we think about and we talk about a lot but we haven't really made a decision on that yet. That's the life side of things which we'll figure out," he added. "I love living here. I love everything it's given. My family and I have never taken this incredible adventure for granted. Every day I drive down Sunset to work and I just think I'm from High Wycombe."
Madonna and her much-younger boyfriend of three years, Ahlamalik Williams, have split up. On April 26, The Sun reported that the Material Girl, 63, has been telling friends she's single again. Madge and Ahlamalik, a 28-year-old dancer, haven't been seen together since January. "Things have been on and off with Ahlamalik for a while. There's a lot of love but for now they have decided to separate. They are still on good terms and there are no hard feelings but they are at different places with their lives," a source said, adding, "They spent months together on tour and in lockdown, but now he has moved out of her home. With them both working on other things, it was hard to keep their romance alight."
The defamation trial between Blac Chyna and the Kardashians got heated this week after Rob Kardashian, who shares a child with his former fiancé, testified that she pulled a gun on him and beat him with a metal pole. "It wasn't a real type of love or we'd have been married. I didn't want to be married to someone like that," he testified on April 27. "It was a toxic relationship and nothing I'd want my daughter to see, or how I was raised or how my father raised me. It was a toxic relationship from day one." Rob indicated he was at the lowest point in his life when he started dating Chyna. In referring to the alleged gun incident, which Chyna claimed was a "joke," Rob said, "She tried to kill me." Corey Gamble, momager Kris Jenner's beau, also claimed on the stand that he saw Chyna "hit" Rob. During a week of testimony, Khloe Kardashian and Kim Kardashian testified that they had concerns about the romance from the beginning, but both denied ever demanding that E! cancel "Rob & Chyna," which lasted only one season. Interestingly enough, Chyna's team petitioned the court to let her re-do her testimony, but the judge denied the request. The case is now in the jury's hands.