Kylie Jenner hires baby nurse, asks mom Kris to help with newborn daughter
While Kylie Jenner is said to be loving every minute of motherhood after welcoming daughter Stormi on Feb. 1, the 20-year-old reality TV star and beauty mogul has also been leaning on family members for help — especially mom Kris Jenner. "Kylie has been a natural at being a mother. However, it has been overwhelming, and Kylie has relied on Kris during these first days at home with Stormi," a source tells Us Weekly. "Kris is providing advice and, of course, an extra set of hands to help with Stormi." But Kris isn't the only one lending assistance: Though early reports claimed Kylie wouldn't be hiring a nanny, Us Weekly reports that she has added a baby nurse to her payroll. Stormi's dad, Travis Scott, has also been around and apparently is a new man since his daughter's arrival. "Travis has been on cloud nine since his first child's birth. Friends have noticed the normally stoic guy is now laughing a lot and [is] much calmer than usual," TMZ wrote on Feb. 13, adding that Travis is being much more selective about which gigs he'll take. "Only serious cash will pry him away from his baby girl," TMZ added.
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This is how Beyonce intimidated a woman who touched JAY-Z
After enduring the near breakup of their marriage in the wake of JAY-Z's infidelity, Beyonce has been keeping a close eye on the women who try to get close to her husband. Comedy star Tiffany Haddish confirmed as much in an interview with TV One's "UNCENSORED," a 10-part docu-series that premieres on Feb. 18. In a preview for the show, as reported by People.com, Tiffany told a story about watching Bey mark her territory and intimidate a woman who dared to lay hands on her rapper husband at an afterparty for one of his concerts. "I was talking to JAY-Z for a little bit and there was another actress that was there who was also talking to JAY-Z," Tiffany explained. "[The actress] touched JAY-Z's chest and Beyonce came walking up like… "B—-!' but she didn't say that. But her demeanor, her body from the way she walked up on them, said, 'Get your hands off my man's chest.'" Tiffany teased that things got more dramatic, though she doesn't elaborate in the preview clip. "So then she also started talking to the other actress and some other stuff happened but I'm not gonna say nothin' yet," she said. We want to know: Who was this other actress?
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Dakota Johnson wore a superglued thong during "Fifty Shades Freed" sex scenes
Don't ever say stars don't suffer for their art! As if shooting sex scenes opposite Jamie Dornan while making "Fifty Shades Freed" wasn't awkward enough, Dakota Johnson also had to superglue a makeshift modesty thong to her skin to keep it from slipping, she revealed in a new interview. "It's super not glamorous — it's really unsexy," Dakota told MarieClaire.com (via E! News). "It's not glue, but it's sticky. They're, like, basically if it were a nipple pastie, but underwear. But it's only sticky at the top, it's not sticky the whole way." The covering wouldn't stay put. "It would also come off because the adhesive would wear out, so then they would superglue it to my body so that it wouldn't fall off. And I would wear two of them," she added, explaining, "It's not painful, I mean, it's barely anything. But I guess you have some sense of being covered."
Meet new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model Danielle Herrington
The 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue was released on Feb. 13 featuring a cover model who's making history. Danielle Herrington is only the third African-American woman to grace the cover of the famed special issue since the franchise launched in 1964. Tyra Banks has appeared on the cover twice — in 1996 and 1997 — and Beyonce graced the cover in 2007. "Two of my role models are Tyra Banks and Beyonce, so the fact that I get to join this incredible group of women as I become the third black model on the cover of SI Swimsuit is a dream come true. I am so excited to be part of this iconic brand that has long given identity and voice to women of all shapes, colors and beliefs," Danielle said upon learning the news. "I hope that young girls who look at this cover are inspired to dream as big as I did and work hard to attain all their goals." So who is she? Danielle, 24, hails from Compton, California, though now lives in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood. She's been modeling since she was 13 and made her debut in the SI Swimsuit Issue in 2017 as one of its Rookies. She shot the sexy cover (see it on E! News) — in which she wears a hot pink Ola Vida thong bikini — on Harbour Island in the Bahamas. "Everybody knows me as a 'swim' girl, but I'm trying to get more into high fashion," she told CR Fashion Book in 2017. "I'm not like a 'curve' model, but I have curves, right? It seems the industry is finally making room for more kinds of beauty now."
Jennifer Aniston won't stay at NYC apartment because of spying fears: Report
Justin Theroux has been embroiled in a nasty legal war with New York City neighbor Norman Resnicow for months — and their feud has now intensified as Justin and wife Jennifer Aniston allege that the lawyer is spying on them, reports Grazia (via DailyMail.com). New court documents seen by Grazia reveal that the couple believes downstairs neighbor Norman — who's previously alleged that his life has been disrupted and worse thanks to Justin's lengthy renovations — has been taking photos through the windows of Justin's extensively updated Greenwich Village apartment. A source told the magazine that the legal fight — Justin has accused Norman of interfering with the renovations by bullying and intimidating him and workers and has also sued him for hundreds of thousands of dollars — is to blame for growing issues between the couple. "It's causing a lot of tension between them and Jen's barely traveling to New York any more," a source alleged to Grazia. "She's an incredibly private person and hates the feeling that she might be spied on. It is a huge sticking point for her and Justin."
Katie Holmes does a good deed at NYFW
Never fear, Katie Holmes is here! While walking out of the Ralph Lauren show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 12, Katie encountered a random woman on crutches who'd fallen down atop a grate in the alleyway outside the exit. But instead of walking away and letting someone else handle it, Katie — who was luxuriously clad in tailored gray trousers, a gray sweater and a shiny silver fur-trimmed parka — left the sidewalk with a concerned look on her face, bent down in her silver stiletto heels, grabbed the woman's hand and hip and helped her stand up. DailyMail.com reports that the lady was able to walk away from the tumble on her purple crutches seemingly unharmed.
Jerry Seinfeld accused of stealing concept for "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee"
Producer Christian Charles is suing Jerry Seinfeld for a "created by" credit and financial compensation related to the hit Netflix show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," claiming Jerry essentially stole the concept, which Christian says he pitched him back in 2002. TMZ reports that in court documents, Christian alleges Jerry initially told him he wasn't interested in the pitch but that in 2011, Jerry had a change of heart and called him to discuss it, after which they shot a pilot and Jerry's team created a production budget and marketing plan. Christian claims Jerry then balked when he said he wanted ownership interest in the program — Jerry earns a reported $750K per episode — and instead produced the show without him. Jerry's attorney told TMZ the lawsuit has no merit. "This lawsuit is delusional. Jerry independently created 'Comedians in Cars' and Mr. Charles only concocted this claim after the show became a commercial success," lawyer Orin Snyder said in a statement. "We are confident that this shakedown lawsuit will go nowhere."
Drew Barrymore photographed looking cozy with bearded mystery man
Drew Barrymore has been spotted with a mystery man! The actress-producer, who divorced third husband Will Kopelman in 2016, was photographed linking arms with a dark-haired bearded man outside Ellen DeGeneres' 60th birthday party on Feb. 10. (See the photos on DailyMail.com.) Drew was last romantically linked to David Hutchinson, the senior vice president of the Maesa Group, which manufactures her Flower Beauty line, back in June 2017. Just days before she and her mystery man attended Ellen's party, Drew told the talk-show host how she'd tried using the dating site Raya — and that it was an epic failure. "I heard Amy Schumer saying she met her boyfriend on there. So I went on it — and no one responded," Drew told Ellen.
Obsessed Miley Cyrus fan undergoing psych eval after troubling Facebook posts discovered
A fan who's obsessed with Miley Cyrus traveled from the Milwaukee area to Los Angeles on a mission to see the singer-actress in person — and police have taken him into custody after reading some of his very disturbing Facebook posts about the star, TMZ reported on Feb. 13. According to TMZ, a concerned citizen saw the posts and alerted Milwaukee cops, who reached out to the LAPD. Officers found the man in LA on Feb. 12 and took him in for a psychological evaluation. His posts are quite disturbing. TMZ shared segments, which included language such as (this one was in all-caps), "I got your address like you insisted. I know which way to enter and thank you for getting rid of Liam… I have the most horrific act… It will be on the news and it is sad… I am the darkness and the light." He also professed his love for her in January and in another post wrote, "Things are about to move fast starting tomorrow when we finally get together Miley. I love you and will see you soon. The whole world is now ours."
Death certificates question if Leah LaBelle and Rasual Butler were really married
"American Idol" alum Leah LaBelle and the man widely described as her husband, former NBA star Rasual Butler, made headlines when it was revealed that they'd both died in a mysterious late-night single-car crash in a parking lot in Studio City, California, on Jan. 31. Now The Blast has new details about what happened to their bodies after the tragic accident, for which toxicology tests are still pending (the official cause of death for both was "multiple traumatic injuries"). The site also speculates that the pair might not have actually been married after all. Rasual's death certificate — which listed him as "married" — revealed that his body was cremated at the Metropolitan Mortuary on Feb. 5, with his remains going to his adult daughter, who lives in New Castle, Delaware. Leah's death certificate listed her as "never married" and revealed she was cremated on the same day at Forest Lawn. Her ashes were then taken to her parents' home in Seattle. The Blast further reports that Rasual's funeral was held in his hometown of Philadelphia the weekend of Feb. 10 (NBA stars Chris Paul and Lamar Odom attended). Leah's funeral service is expected to be held in Seattle.