Jennifer Lopez has advice for Beyonce on twins
Max and Emme Anthony, the twins Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony share, will be 10 next year — and their mom is having a hard time handling the fact that they've grown up so fast. "They're 9 now, which I can't even believe they've turned 9," she told E! News at this week's premiere for "Shades of Blue." "They're turning into … they're like little adults now, you know? I can have proper conversations with them, they're not babies anymore." She also had some advice for Beyonce and Jay Z, who recently announced they're expecting twins. "Nothing can prepare you for twins. I certainly was not prepared," J.Lo told the New York Post. As for advice, she added, "I would say, 'Stay calm.'"
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John Legend: Jeff Sessions 'should resign'
Attorney General Jeff Session has recused himself from the FBI's investigation into Russia's alleged interference with the presidential election, as it's been shown he lied uder oath when he said he did not meet with Russian officials during Donald Trump's campaign. John Legend, for one, does not think recusal is enough. "He should have never been attorney general," the singer told TMZ when a cameraman approached him on the street this week. "He doesn't care about justice he has a history of racism and of denying black people the right to vote," John said. "He should resign and hopefully will be replaced with somebody better." Asked if he thought Trump would "last four years" in the White House, John flatly replied, "nope."
Caitlyn Jenner, Laverne Cox sign amicus briefs in support of Gavin Grimm
Caitlyn Jenner and Laverne Cox waded back into the political realm this week as well. The reality star and actress, along with "I am Cait" stars Jen Richards and Zackary Drucker, all signed an amicus brief in support of transgender high school student Gavin Grimm's petition for access to the boys' bathrooms at his school, according to TMZ. He was denied access to the boys bathrooms as the White House it would no longer enforce policies meant to protect transgender students' rights to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their gender identity. Gavin sued the Gloucester, Virginia, school board; the case is now in the Supreme Court — as are a flood of hundreds of legal briefs demanding Gavin be given equal protection under the law.
Will Duchess Kate be the nanny at Pippa Middleton's wedding?
When Pippa Middleton walks down the aisle to become Mrs. James Matthews, her sister, Duchess Kate, may not be front and center like Pippa was in Kate's royal wedding. According to The Sun (via Celebitchy), Kate plans to keep an eye on the kids during the event, rather than detract from the focus on the bride. "Kate wants her sister to be in the spotlight so is taking a step back," a source reportedly told the British tab . "Pippa has invited everyone's children to her wedding but Kate is going to babysit all the little ones on the big day, including her own two. No one is taking their nannies as Kate has offered. She wants the whole day to be all about Pippa and as smooth as possible."
Lisa Vanderpump opens dog rescue, adoption and grooming center
A year after co-founding the Vanderpump Dog Foundation with her husband, Ken Todd, Lisa Vanderpump is rolling her sleeves up for a more hands-on approach to her canine advocacy efforts. On Thursday, March 2, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star opened a dog rescue and adoption center in Los Angeles. "Ken and I have been fighting for the kind of more humane treatment of dogs worldwide," Lisa told E! News. "One of pieces of the jigsaw puzzle was really to open a rescue center but we wanted to open a rescue center that wasn't, like, depressing and I know it's like nothing else you've ever seen." And she's right. The center offers adoption and rescue services, grooming — the salon menu includes an option to get your pup "Vanderpuffed" — and merch. It also features wifi and serves tea so you can chill out while Senor Fluffy gets his fur did. There are plenty of rescues from kill shelters up for adoption, too. Says Lisa: "To go into some of the kill shelters, it can be very difficult and it can be very heart-wrenching and trust me, we know that more than anybody. But with this space, we want it to have a … feel-good factor about it. All dogs are equal. It doesn't matter whether they're pedigree … so many of these dogs are just waiting for homes.
We wanted somewhere where people that united in their love for dogs could come and hang out."
Adele's son gets firework ash in his eye
Adele's concert in Perth, Australia, on Tuesday, Feb. 28, was a bit shy of the spectacle she'd initially hoped it would be. "Up until last night, we did have fireworks for you," she told the crowd, according to TheMusic.com. "My son [Angelo] was watching [soundcheck] in the crowd … a bit of debris went in his eye so we got rid of them." Near the end of the show, she reportedly asked for a "cheer for fireworks if you want them," suggesting she may bring the fireworks back. She then quipped, "Let's get a 'boo' if you don't want s— in your eyes." The lack of cheering did not win the vote. "Alright," she offered. "We'll do it next time." Angelo, we are guessing you're sitting this one out.