Kylie Jenner reportedly has a slew of nannies for Stormi
Rumors suggesting Kylie Jenner would forgo hiring a nanny for her daughter, Stormi Webster, turned out to be a bit off-base after Us Weekly reported she'd hired a nurse for the baby. Five weeks later, it seems one nurse wasn't cutting it. "Kylie has a team of four nannies now," a source close to Kylie tells Life&Style. "They've all been thoroughly vetted, and she keeps them on rotation," says the insider, adding that the new mom "really loves having all the help she can get." Kylie's mom, Kris Jenner, and Stormi's dad, Travis Scott have reportedly been helping out with child care, but as Kris told the tab last week, "it's overwhelming" to become a mother at age 20. Said the source: "As a first-time mom, there are a lot of things she's unsure about. She wants to make sure Stormi has the best care possible."
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Leonardo DiCaprio, 43, gets a kiss from 20-year-old rumored girlfriend
Things may be getting more serious between Leonardo DiCaprio and his latest, much younger model pal, Camila Morrone. On Wednesday, March 28, the 43-year-old "Wolf of Wall Street" star broke his own tradition of keeping relationships under wraps when he stepped out for breakfast with the 20-year-old Argentinian model and actress. According to the Daily Mail, the two walked arm-in-arm around the West Hollywood section of Los Angeles that morning — Camila even stopped to give her breakfast date a kiss on the shoulder outside the restaurant. Camila and Leo — whose list of previous model-girlfriends includes Nina Agdal, Kelly Rohrbach, Blake Lively, Rihanna, Gisele Bündchen and Bar Refaeli — reportedly met through Camila's mom, Lucila Solá, when she started dating Leo's good friend Al Pacino. Fun fact: Lucila is 41 — two years younger than her daughter's famous new man. Al, by the way, is 77. Cue your favorite eye roll Emoji …
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Roseanne Barr shades Wendy Williams on Wendy's show
Prickly much? As Roseanne Barr faces backlash for saying she has "no regrets" about voting for Donald Trump, the comedian snapped at a comment from Wendy Williams during an appearance on her show on Wednesday, March 29. Roseanne and Wendy were chatting about the "Roseanne" reboot when Wendy asked about the fact that Roseanne's ex-husband, Tom Arnold, reviewed the premiere for THR. "I don't like talking about husbands …," Roseanne said (via the New York Post). She then turned on the host, adding what sounded like a mean-spirited, "Right, Wendy?" The implication, of course, was that allegations Wendy's husband, Kevin Hunter, cheated on her made Wendy uncomfortable addressing issues related to their relationship. Wendy, however, took the comment — and the gasps coming from her audience — in stride. "I don't mind talking about husbands; he's fabulous," she said. Last fall, Wendy addressed rumors Kevin was leading "a secret double life" with a woman named Sharina Hudson. "All is well in Hunterville," she said on her show. "Don't believe the hype and if there was hype, believe me you — I would let you know."
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Tiffany Haddish tells fans to stop worrying about who bit Beyonce and focus on 'real news'
Sorry, y'all. We are not going to find out who bit Beyonce unless the perpetrator outs herself directly. At least that's our take on the situation after checking out what Tiffany Haddish said on Instagram Live this week about whether she'd ever confirm which actress bit Beyonce on the face at a party in December, per the story Tiffany revealed in her new GQ profile. "Everyone going crazy about who bit Beyonce. I'm gonna tell you who bit Beyonce," she teased (via JustJared). "… it was Stormy Daniels," she joked. "Who bit Beyonce is not real news," the comic added. "NDAs are real, so I'm not saying s— about nothing." Guess we'll just have to wait for the premiere of Ryan Murphy's "AHS: Who Bit Beyonce."
Sean Penn's #MeToo poem baffles readers
In its review of Sean Penn's oddball debut novel, "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff," The New York Times asked, "What is this book-shaped thing that lies before us?" The Guardian slammed it as "repellant and stupid on so many levels." And the first line of the Washington Post's review was simply, "What is Sean Penn thinking?" But it may be supporters of the #MeToo movement who find the book the most odious. That's thanks to an epilogue featuring a poem that lashes out against the movement and seems to defend some of the men who have lost work over sexual misconduct allegations. Here's the entire epilogue, courtesy of HuffPo: "Though warrior women / Bravely walk the walk / Derivatives of disproportion /Draw heinous hypocrites / To their flock. [….] Where did all the laughs go? Are you out there, Louis C.K.? Once crucial conversations / Kept us on our toes; / Was it really in our interest / To trample Charlie Rose? / And what's with this 'Me Too'? / This infantilizing term of the day… / Is this a toddler's crusade? / Reducing rape, slut-shaming, and suffrage to reckless child's play? / A platform for accusation impunity? / Due process has lost its sheen? But, f— it, what me worry? / I'm a hero, / To Time Magazine!" ICYMI, Charlie Rose was fired in November for allegedly sexually harassing eight women; he apologized but said some of the accounts were not entirely accurate. Louis C.K.'s film "I Love You Daddy" was not released after five women accused him of sexual misconduct; he apologized for his behavior, saying "these stories are true." Cher was among those who responded to Sean's poem on social media this week. She tweeted a clip of an empty room, which she captioned, "Room full of people who asked for a poem by alleged domestic abuser Sean Penn about #MeToo." Over the years, Sean has been arrested for alleged battery, alleged attempted murder, allegedly assaulting a film extra and allegedly beating up Madonna when they were married, although she refused to press charges and later amended her statement, saying he never "struck" her.
John Legend is fasting for his shirtless moment in 'Jesus Christ Superstar'
On Easter Sunday, NBC is set to air its "Jesus Christ Superstar" live concert event. And if you weren't planning to tune in based on the casting alone — John Legend plays Jesus and Alice Cooper plays King Herod, after all — Chrissy Teigen has one more little factoid that might inspire you to set your DVR. Her husband will be shirtless because … well, Jesus. Turns out that detail is actually helping Chrissy out at home during her pregnancy. "Well right now, cooking is hard, cooking for Jesus, as I like to say, now that John is rehearsing for 'Jesus Christ Superstar,'" she quips in a new interview with Us Weekly. "I'm not supposed to be on my feet that much, so cooking is tough. I just get tired! But luckily, I've just entered that phase that my belly can't fit as much food in it, which is great. And John has been rehearsing and he's going to start fasting soon because he has a shirtless scene." All of which, she says, adds up to a break from her usual routine in the kitchen. "I won't be cooking for Jesus," she half-jokes, "since he'll be on a fast."
Drew Barrymore reveals how Courtney Love gets backstage in a pinch
Courtney Love once told TimesOnline she met reformed wild child Drew Barrymore "in a bathroom, smoking. I was 19 and she was like 8." That unlikely meeting kicked off a friendship that's lasted for decades. On this week's "Watch What Happens Live," Andy Cohen tapped Drew to share a "crazy story" about her pal (whose reputation suggests such there's no dearth of such stories), according to ET. In response, Drew ponied up this gem: "Courtney and I were at the backstage of a Seattle club. We'd just come from seeing Green Day," she explained, time traveling back to the pair's more party-centric days. "We were going to see Beck play at coffee house and the bouncer said, 'I'm sorry, you can't come in, you don't have a backstage pass,'" Drew recalled. "Courtney looked at him and goes, 'My face is a backstage pass.' And then swept him aside and just walked in and I was still left there standing."
Ricky Martin and husband Jwan Yosef talked online for six months before meeting
Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef might never have fallen in love had it not been for Instagram. Speaking to Attitude magazine, Ricky recently detailed how he met the man who would become his husband. "I contacted him and we talked for six months. We were just sending messages, talking about life and existential issues. Nothing sexy, nothing sexual. It's not that he was sending me sexy pictures and vice versa, I swear …," he explained (via the Daily Mail). When they finally met in person, Ricky knew that was it for his bachelordom. "[I thought], I am marrying this guy," he admitted. "And apparently he said exactly the same thing. Obviously he only told me this later on, you have to keep it to yourself at first! But I lost my breath when I saw him. Six months' build-up and it was very romantic." The couple announced they were engaged in 2016; earlier this year Ricky revealed they had quietly married. The two share twin sons, Matteo and Valentino.
Emily Blunt has 'to be really careful' in the wake of Trump joke
Back in 2015, Emily Blunt joked in an interview that seeing Donald Trump's Republican primary debate left her worried she may have made a "terrible mistake" in becoming an American citizen. Though she apologized for it, she has since revealed she's still getting flack for the remark. "It was a fairly innocuous joke because, you know, where I'm from we poke fun at our public figures …," she explains in the new issue of ES magazine. "I think I wasn't quite American enough to be able to say that. I have to be really careful now. Certain subjects, I just can't. Because I'm also someone who loathes getting in trouble. Ever since I was a kid, I've loathed getting in trouble." Emily also weighed in on Brexit, which has been posited as a populist "revolution" not unlike the election of Donald Trump. "I think it's really sad," she said of the UK's decision to leave the European Union. "I'm really bummed about it. I just think that 'globalization is here guys, come on!' It is an interesting time in the world because it's fragile, because it feels unsafe," she continued. "It's become this sort of 'each to their own' mentality and you feel it. You feel people becoming more guarded, and more in the need to protect. It's sad."
Nick Gordon pleads not guilty in battery case
Nick Gordon's attorney has entered a not guilty plea on Nick's behalf in the misdemeanor battery case he faces in Seminole County, Florida. The Blast reports the court waived his April 6 arraignment date after the Wednesday, March 28 filing. The case began after Nick called 911 during an argument with his girlfriend, Laura Leal, whom he described as "crazy" while asking police to help him. Laura has already written to the judge asking for the no-contact order that stands between the two to be dropped, although no movement has happened with regard to her request. Last week, Nick was arrested again after someone tipped off police that Laura was at Nick's house, thereby violating the order. That arrest didn't stick after a judge determined there was no probable cause since Laura had reportedly entered the home while Nick was sleeping. In 2016, Nick was found liable for the death of his girlfriend, Bobbi Kristina Brown.