Proud Papa

Jenna Dewan's fiance Steve Kazee gushes about their baby boy as he turns 1 month old

Jenna Dewan's fiancé, Steve Kazee, seems to be adjusting to fatherhood just fine. The doting dad shared a sweet Instagram post on Saturday, April 4, in honor of a big milestone for the couple's new baby boy, who was born on March 6.

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"One month old today! What a wild month it has been," the 44-year-old Tony Award winner wrote alongside a photo of little Callum. "You are gift from the universe! Daddy loves you!" he added, earning thousands of likes from friends, colleagues and fans.

"Oh Steve," wrote Audra MacDonald, "what a balm for these weary times. He is so beautiful.❤️ Congratulations ❤️❤️❤️."

Actress Ginifer King reacted too, writing that the photo reminded her of seeing "what a natural" Steve is with babies. "Babies look good on you," she commented. "But you as a Daddy looks even better."

Jenna chimed in as well, calling Callum, "The most glorious adorable stinkin cute gift" — a comment she followed with a string of red hearts.

While Callum is Steve's first child, Jenna shares 6-year-old daughter Everly with her ex, Channing Tatum.

She and Steve got engaged in February, just a couple months after Jenna moved in with the Broadway star.

"We have not started any planning yet," she recently told People when asked about the couple's wedding plans.

"Right now we're enjoying our new life of parenthood and soaking up this gorgeous newborn. We'll get there when we get there."

In the meantime, she said she's been enjoying watching her husband-to-be step into his new role as a dad.

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"I knew he had this gift because I've gotten to see him be incredible with my daughter," she told People. "But seeing him with a newborn and the gentleness he has, just watching him look into Callum's eyes and sing to him and hold him — he really just embraced it in a way that, like, I was pretty blown away by."

Fire fallout

Rachael Ray's kitchen spared in raging house fire

The state-of-the-art kitchen inside Rachael Ray's New York mansion was spared during a raging inferno this week, fire officials confirmed.

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On Aug. 9, a blaze broke out at the famous chef's upstate New York home, causing extensive damage to the second floor and roof. The first floor — where the kitchen is — mainly suffered water damage, but largely stayed clear of the flames. 

"The kitchen wasn't touched at all, so pretty much the whole first floor is in good shape," Warren County Coordinator Brian LaFlure told WNYT 13.

As the home is located in a fairly remote area, there are no nearby fire hydrants. Fire fighters had to use pond water to douse the blaze.

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Rachael and her husband, John Cusimano, was unharmed in the fire, having escaped the structure with her mother and their dog.

"We're all okay," she said in a statement. "These are the days we all have to be grateful for what we have, not what we've lost."

Rachael had been filming her eponymous talk show and cooking segments at the home amid the coronavirus pandemic

In April, Rachael gushed about her kitchen, noting that she drew the entire home on a piece of paper.

"I worked 35 years to have a gas stove and to put that pizza oven in behind it," she said. "Those are my treasures. John got a music studio. I got a stove and a pizza oven."

A new delay

Angelina Jolie's new move in 4-year Brad Pitt divorce case is stall tactic: Report

Is Angelina Jolie trying to hold up her ongoing divorce case with Brad Pitt — which has already dragged on for almost four years — because things aren't going her way?

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That's what a source close to the legal proceedings is claiming in light of the news that the actress-humanitarian has requested to disqualify the private judge handling their divorce case.

On Aug. 10, Angelina filed to get Judge John W. Ouderkirk — the private judge she and Brad hired to oversee their legal split as well as child custody and money issues, in order to maintain more privacy regarding personal and financial information — taken off their case. She alleges he's not been "forthcoming enough" about other cases he's been hired to work on that have ties to one of Brad's lawyers, Anne C. Kiley.

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The filing complains that the judge "failed to disclose the cases that demonstrated the current, ongoing, repeat-customer relationship between the judge and Respondent's counsel," Page Six reported, and that Brad's team wants the judge to remain.

A source close to the case characterizes Angelina's move as "a delay tactic," Page Six writes in a new report, "because she believed things weren't going in her favor."

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Brad and Angelina were granted a bifurcated judgment in 2019, which means they're legally single and able to remarry should they desire, but custody and financial issues remain. The source told Page Six that it's these issues – a permanent custody agreement concerning their five children under 18 (eldest son Maddox is now an adult) and Angelina's request for more child support from Brad — that are at issue.

"This is about how much time Brad gets with the kids, how does sharing time with the kids work…" the source told Page Six.

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"Jolie is basically trying to fire the private judge overseeing their divorce case. She has every right to do this, but if she thought she was in a good place in this legal proceeding, she wouldn't need to do it," the source explained to Page Six. "This is a classic case of someone expecting a bad decision trying to delay the process by asking for a new referee."

According to the source, her move is an "unusual" one because Angelina is now involving a public court in what they'd long sought to keep private, and it also serves to delay anything moving forward. "This divorce has been going on for four years, for goodness' sake," the source added.

Beach body

Christie Brinkley, 66, stuns in black swimsuit at the beach: Photos

Christie Brinkley might be 66, but she's still a supermodel.

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On Aug. 9, she took to Instagram to post a photo slideshow of herself striking various poses while wearing a strapless black swimsuit and leaning up against a Jeep on the beach, captioning it "Sunday Sunset Swim 🌊" and tagging her favorite workout equipment company, Total Gym Direct.

She also shared a positive message  in the comments, writing, "👍🏼 My mom always said 'live each day as tho its your last' and nowadays that's has a whole new doing to it! Grateful for everyday!" Christie told followers.

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She also shared a slideshow of photos of herself enjoying an outdoor movie night at designer Donna Karan's house where they watched the new biopic "Tesla" with pals including journalist Katie Couric and Katie's husband, John Molner.

Katie joked to Christie in the comments of the photo post, "I'm a brave woman to be photographed next to you! 😘."

Uncle Bob

Robert Irwin reacts to sister Bindi's news he's to be an uncle

On Aug. 11, conservationist and TV star Bindi Irwin, 22, revealed that she and her husband of four and a half months, Chandler Powell, 23, are expecting their first baby. "Baby Wildlife Warrior due 2021," she captioned a photo on Instagram.

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An hour later, brother Robert Irwin took to social media to share his joy upon learning he's to be an uncle. "The most exciting news ever! I am so happy for Bindi and Chandler to be welcoming a new member of the family. I can't believe I'm going to be an uncle!!!" Robert, 16, captioned an Instagram photo of his family showing Bindi holding up a mini Australia Zoo uniform.

"It's such a happy time for our family – I look forward to this brilliant new chapter and all the fun adventures ahead with a new little Wildlife Warrior!" added Robert, a talented photographer who, like Bindi, Chandler and their mom, Terri Irwin, works at the zoo that came to fame under the direction of their late father, "Crocodile Hunter" star Steve Irwin.

Bindi took to the comments to praise her baby brother. "You're going to be the best uncle!! Baby and I love you! ☺️," Bindi wrote.

Mom Terri took to Twitter to share her elation too, calling it "the best day ever!" Terri gushed that the news that she's to be a grandmother has left her "over the moon.  She added, "Words cannot express the love that is filling my heart. While I wish that Steve was here to share this beautiful moment, I know that he would be so proud."

Bindi and Chandler, who married in March 2020 at the zoo in a scaled-back wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic, earlier explained that though Bindi is "still in my first trimester," they wanted to share their happy news now because "we really want you to be part of our journey from the beginning of this new life chapter," they wrote on Instagram.

They added, "We couldn't wait to share the news as this beautiful little being has become the most important part of our lives. Your support means the world to us. Please let me know your best advice and send good vibes & prayers to our little sweetheart. Love & light. ❤️

Wife update

Portia de Rossi says embattled Ellen DeGeneres is 'doing great'

Amid the allegations of bad behavior and ongoing drama surrounding her talk show, Ellen DeGeneres is "doing great," her wife says.

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On Monday, Page Six published a video in which Portia de Rossi gaves a quick update on her embattled wife while out and about in Santa Barbara, California. The video was reportedly filmed the previous day.

Portia, ever the supportive wife, remained low-key in a scarf and hat while a paparazzo asked her about Ellen's state of mind. 

"Doing great," Portia said. 

The videographer then pressed Portia on the future of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." When directly asked whether Ellen is continuing on with the eponymous daytime talk show, Portia said, "Yes, she is."

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This is all fairly new ground for Ellen, who appears to be the embodiment of positivity and kindness on her show. However, for months she's been hit with allegations that she's demeaning toward staff and has created a toxic work environment

There have also been reports that her show was on verge on being canceled as it grappled with low ratings — its lowest ratings ever, actually.

As allegations of less-than-flattering behavior poured in, WarnerMedia launched an internal investigation into conditions at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." WarnerMedia, which owns Warner Bros. Television, the distributor of Ellen's show, sent a memo to staffers indicating that current and former employees would be asked about their experiences on set. The interviews will be conducted by WarnerMedia's employee relations group and a third party firm. 

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On July 30, Ellen broke her silence to her staff, apologizing for unspecified transgressions and promising to "correct the issues."

In Ellen's letter, she explained that she's now realized the show hadn't been "a place of happiness" for some staffers. 

"As we've grown exponentially, I've not been able to stay on top of everything and relied on others to do their jobs as they knew I'd want them done. Clearly some didn't. That will now change and I'm committed to ensuring this does not happen again," she wrote. 

After referencing the struggles she faced after coming out as a gay woman in the '90s, she said, "It's been way too long, but we're finally having conversations about fairness and justice. We all have to be more mindful about the way our words and actions affect others, and I'm glad the issues at our show were brought to my attention. I promise to do my part in continuing to push myself and everyone around me to learn and grow. It's important to me and to Warner Bros. that everyone who has something to say can speak up and feels safe doing so."

Rough ride

Simon Cowell's e-bike was banned on U.K. open roads

The electric bike that Simon Cowell crashed over the weekend, which resulted in him breaking his back, was outlawed on the open road in the United Kingdom because of its capability to reach high speeds.

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The bike, a Swind EB-01, is advertised as "the world's most powerful and most advanced electric bicycle in the market." Page Six notes that that particular e-bike exceeds the legal speed limit in the U.K. and has more than 250 watts of power. It is only legal to be used in private, closed areas, for sporting activities and on designated routes.

The "America's Got Talent" judge was at his home in California at the time of the accident.

Due to its potential to reach high speeds, riders are urged to take precautions and wear protective clothing when riding the $20,000 bike.

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According to witnesses of Simon's accident, speed was a factor, as he was allegedly thrown in the air after the bike did a "giant wheelie."

"He did a turn in his courtyard, changed gear, and then the bike went into a wheelie and threw him off the back," a source told Page Six. "Simon was in complete agony and was stretchered out of his home and taken in an ambulance to hospital."

"Friends at the scene quickly checked that he could move fingers and toes… When he fell off the bike, he landed right on his back, which broke in a number of places," the source continued. "He had to have a metal rod inserted into his back."

Doctors said he narrowly missed severing his spinal cord, Page Six reported.

On Sunday, Simon addressed the crash on Twitter. 

"Some good advice… If you buy an electric trail bike, read the manual before you ride it for the first time," he wrote. "I have broken part of my back. Thank you to everyone for your kind messages."

In a follow-up message, he wrote, "And a massive thank you to all the nurses and doctors. Some of the nicest people I have ever met. Stay safe everyone. Simon."

Ageless

Faith Hill goes makeup-free and gets mistaken for her daughter

It looks like Faith Hill has turned back time — or at least that's what fans think!

Over the weekend, Tim McGraw posted a photo of his wife sans makeup while wearing her pink hair in crown braids. 

"Dang, I love this girl!" he excitedly wrote on Instagram. 

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Despite the fact that Tim tagged Faith in the photo, it seems that many of his 2.7 million followers thought the photo was actually of the couple's 23-year-old daughter Gracie McGraw, who actually took the photo.

"Mmmm…so sweet y'all think this is our daughter, however it IS Faith," Tim commented, ending the mystery. 

Ever the loving husband, he added, "I'm the lucky one!" 

Needless to say, fans were impressed with the 52-year-old mother of three. 

"I thought it was one of your daughters too! Faith is timeless! Y'all are lucky and blessed," one fan replied to Tim. Another wrote, "Fooled me!! She looks young as heck!"

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Several fans — who may or may not have been fooled — simply commented on Faith's timeless beauty.  

"She never ages!!" one fan wrote of the five-time Grammy winner. 

Tim and Faith, who share three daughters, will celebrate their 25th anniversary next year.

Custody issue

Tracy Morgan's estranged wife asking for sole custody of daughter

Tracy Morgan's estranged wife is asking the court to grant her sole legal and physical custody of their daughter. 

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Megan Wollover also wants Tracy to pay her alimony as agreed upon in their prenuptial agreement, according to court records obtained by Page Six.

The couple's prenup was signed on Aug. 5, 2015.

The "30 Rock" star announced late last month that he and Megan are splitting. 

"Sadly, after nearly five years of marriage, Megan and I are filing for divorce. This is a challenging time for all involved, so I ask that you please respect our privacy," he said in a statement. 

Megan, though, wants more than just privacy, asking that Tracy pay her legal fees and continue to financially support their 7-year-old daughter, Maven Sonae.

In Tracy's response, he's asking for joint legal and shared residential custody of Maven, and he's pleading the court to allocate parenting time "in the best interests" of the girl.

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Tracy and Megan married just 14 months after his near-fatal car accident in which a Walmart truck slammed into the actor's limousine on a New Jersey freeway. Tracy ended up suing Walmart and reportedly settled for $90 million.

S.O.S.

Kane Brown explains how he got lost in his own backyard

Kane Brown needs a compass.

The country singer took to Facebook recently to explain how he got lost in his own backyard and had to call police to rescue him.

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"Someone help! I'm lost," the "Good As You" singer wrote, as he's now able to joke about the experience. "The real story is I moved into a new house. I own 30 acres of 3000 around me. I told my wife I wanted to go check out the property."

Before exploring the grounds with a friend and his girlfriend, Kane, 26, told his wife that he'd be back within 30 minutes. 

"30 minutes turned into 3 hours. It started raining, turned dark and dropped to 40 degrees," he said, noting that he was just wearing shorts and a T-shirt. "I left my phone on the back of my truck. My friend's [phone battery] was on 7%."

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The trio used GPS to try and get back home, but they were continually taken to some nearby cliffs. Not about to leave his friends, Kane called another pal who lived nearby. It's then that the story took another turn, a dangerous one.

"He finds me with his buddy and now 3 turned into 5 of us lost," Kane said. "He has 4 other friends riding around in [an ATV] and they start getting shot at. My buddy's girl who has asthma started then freaking out. We HAD to get her out. So we call the cops."

Upon arrival, police heard the gun shots but thought Kane and Co. were firing at them. 

"We yell at them and tell them we are not armed and made it out," Kane said. "That's the story but I love the getting lost in my back yard better."

Maybe it's possible to get "homesick" at home…