Who is Lady Gaga's new man?
On New Year's Eve, Lady Gaga was photographed sharing a kiss with a mystery man at NoMad Restaurant in Las Vegas. The same guy was by the singer's side over Super Bowl weekend in Miami. After photos surfaced that showed him giving her another smooch on the balcony of her rented mansion and watching her concert on Saturday, Feb. 1, from a VIP balcony with Gaga's mom, Page Six did some digging and figured out who he is. Turns out he's tech entrepreneur and investor Michael Polansky — a longtime colleague of Facebook president Sean Parker's. According to Michael's LinkedIn profile, he graduated from Harvard in 2006 and is now CEO of The Parker Group, Managing Partner of Parker Ventures, Executive Director of the Parker Foundation and a co-founder of the Parker Institute of Cancer Immunotherapy. Insiders tell Page Six he and Gaga have moved in similar circles for some time thanks to Sean, who apparently welcomed both Gaga and Michael to his birthday party in December. "Michael is a really smart guy, a very serious guy, who has always been low key," says one source. Since she split from her former fiance Christian Carino, Gaga's been linked to Bradley Cooper — a rumor she and he have both denied repeatedly — and sound engineer Dan Horton.
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Jessica Simpson says she 'went back to' John Mayer 'close to nine times' before they broke up for good
Jessica Simpson's romance with John Mayer lasted only a few years, but as she recently told Hoda Kotb in an interview airing Tuesday, Feb. 4, on "Today," the couple somehow managed to break up and reconcile "close to nine times" before Jessica was finally able to walk away for good. She writes extensively about the relationship in her new memoir, "Open Book," detailing how he repeatedly told her he was "obsessed with" her, "sexually and emotionally," how she worried she "wasn't smart enough for him," and how the vibe between them gave her such bad anxiety she began drinking to "mask [her] nerves." In the "Today" interview, she explains more about what worked and what didn't. "We were great at intimacy. We were great at loving each other. That was easy, but the relationship was very complex," she says at one point, according to E! News. "It was always on again, off again, on again, off again. I went back close to nine times." John, whose "sexual napalm" comments in a 2010 Playboy interview apparently closed the door on the relationship permanently, was not told about the memoir or his role in it prior to its publication, Jessica has said. As she told the New York Times, though, she doesn't "think he'll be shocked" by what she reveals in the book because "he knows these stories."
Kendall Jenner watched the Super Bowl with on-again boyfriend, Ben Simmons
Kendall Jenner's romance with Ben Simmons is definitely on again — and Ben doesn't care who knows about it. The "KUWTK" star was spotted heading inside Hard Rock Stadium in Miami together on Super Bowl Sunday and according to TooFab, Ben later posted glimpses of their game-day date from inside his suite on his Insatgram Story. One post reportedly showed two name cards on a table in the suite; one was emblazoned with the 76ers star's name, while the card next to it was clearly marked, "Kendall Jenner." As of Monday, Feb. 3, Kendall had not posted anything about Ben or the game.
Shakira, Jennifer Lopez thank their teams, fans for 'epic' Super Bowl Halftime Show
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira's Super Bowl Halftime Show left both singers ecstatic and proud, judging from their post-show social media posts. Shakira, who turned 43 on Super Bowl Sunday, thanked her stage mate "for a night that shows how much Latinos have to offer" on Twitter and shouted-out everyone who pitched in on the show."The best birthday gift has been the support of all my fans and the most amazing and hardworking team an artist could wish for," she tweeted., adding, "We Latinos climbed Kilimanjaro and made history tonight and we couldn't have done it without all of you!" J.Lo, meanwhile, thanked her "incredible team for the most epic halftime I could have ever imagined" and namechecked the choreographers and dancers involved with the production, according to People. Like Shakira, she also made a point of highlighting how central her Latina heritage was to the show, posting a Spanish note that translates to, "Puerto Rico and Colombia very high today."
Dog the Bounty Hunter is not engaged to Moon Angell after all
It seems Dr. Oz indulged in some exaggerated marketing to tease his show's viewers with the possibility that Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman was engaged to his late wife's friend, Moon Angell. A clip that aired last week showed Dog ask Moon to marry him. The show's full episode aired this week, though, showing Dog had actually popped the question "to put a stop to" rumors he and Moon are romantically involved. "I think this will put a stop to a lot of this. Moon Angell will you marry me?" he said, according to People. "What? No. We're friends, Duane. I love you as a friend," she replied. On the show, Moon called Dog "an amazing human being," then explained why things would remain platonic between them, "… I've known him before he was famous," she said. "To me, he will always be my best friend. I don't see myself thinking past that … Beth was my best friend. Duane is my best friend. I'm not crossing that line." Dog also revealed he became somewhat suicidal after Beth died and thought about taking all of Beth's leftover pills. He said Moon changed his mind.
Billie Eilish talks Drake texting drama:'Everybody's so sensitive'
Billie Eilish would like some of her fans to get their priorities straight — specifically, the ones who took issue with her text-based friendship with Drake, who apparently reached out because he liked her music. In a new Vogue feature, the 18-year-old, five-time Grammy winner addresses the backlash that surfaced online last year after folks found out the 33-year-old rapper was texting Billie, who was 17 at the time. "The internet is such a stupid-a– mess right now," said the singer. "Everybody's so sensitive. A grown man can't be a fan of an artist? There are so many people that the internet should be more worried about. Like, you're really going to say that Drake is creepy because he's a fan of mine, and then you're going to go vote for Trump? What the f— is that s—?" In the original interview that sparked concern for Billie — and disdain for Drizzy — Billie called Drake the "nicest dude I've ever spoken to." As Vulture points out, fans appeared to be worried Drake had ulterior motives for talking to the teen.
Meghan Trainor has baby fever
Meghan Trainor is more than ready to be a mom. The singer married Daryl Sabara on Dec. 22, 2018. Now, she's honing in on a timeline to start expanding her family. "[I want] to go on tour next summer, and then I want to make a baby," she recently told NikkieTutorials (via JustJared). Though she acknowledged she doesn't "know if it's gonna happen," she gushed, "I want one!" and said she talked to her mom about having kids "last week." Asked if she'd be up for recording a new album during a pregnancy, Meghan joked that she could see herself "huge" and hanging out "by the pool … living the dream." Sounding more serious, she added: "That's my end game. Get through the tour, and get through this album. Hopefully have the world hear it, then make a baby… in celebration."
Jamie Lynn Spears shares emotional post about the 'miracle anniversary' of her daughter's ATV accident
For Jamie Lynn Spears, Super Bowl Sunday brings back memories of the ATV accident her then 8-year-old daughter Maddie endured that day in 2017 when the vehicle flipped, leaving her trapped underwater in a pond for enough time that she could have died. The anniversary also serves to remind Jamie to be grateful for Maddie's recovery. "3 years ago today, Super Bowl Sunday fell on February 5th, and I'll never forget that, because it was the day my whole world stopped," the singer wrote on Instagram over the weekend alongside a photo of her daughter in the hospital. "It started like most Sunday's [sic], going to church, visiting family, to suddenly trying to save my daughter's life, to them taking her away, to us believing we had lost her forever, and it literally felt like the world stood still around me." She went on to call Maddie's "full recovery" a "true miracle." "I know so many of you prayed so hard for us, so I will never let this day pass without thanking each of you for every single prayer you said for us, and I hope you all know we do not take this huge blessing we were given for granted, because most are not as fortunate, and we are fully aware of that horrible and unfair fact," she continued. "I am filled with gratitude today, and everyday, even on the bad days, because even those days are a gift, that so many others would give anything for just to have their loved ones back." Before signing off, she urged her followers to "be thankful for the tiny miracles in our lives everyday, that we may take for granted, because it could all change in a second." In addition to Maddie, Jamie and her husband, Jamie Watson, share a daughter, Ivey, who turns 2 later this year.
Miranda Kerr opens up about expanding her family with Evan Spiegel
Three months after welcoming her third child, Miranda Kerr still has "baby brain." Speaking to Us Weekly at a recent product launch for her Kora Organics skincare company, the 36-year-old explained how she's adjusting to her newly expanded family life. "I'm a mom of three boys. I've been up since 4 a.m. this morning," she told the outlet. "Breastfeeding is great, but it does take its toll on the body and thank goodness that I have these incredible products so that I can feel like my skin is at its best, even though I still have baby brain. I have a 3-month old, [Myles], and a 20-month old, [Hart], and running around after those two is a full-time job in itself." Miranda started Kora Organics in 2009, not long before she and her then-husband welcomed their son, Flynn. She married Snapchat co-founder Evan Spiegel in 2017. Asked if she could see herself having more children, Miranda said she "definitely would love" to expand her family — but not just yet. "I had two back-to-back in the middle of running a company and also I have my 9-year-old, and I really like to be super present with them," she explained. "I have the luxury that I work from home mostly, which is great, but at the same time, I just want to make sure that we have that balance before we throw another baby into the mix."
Milla Jovovich welcomes baby No. 3
Congrats are in order for Milla Jovovich and Paul WS Anderson, who welcomed their third child over the weekend. As Milla told her Instagram followers on Monday, Feb. 3, her 12-year-old daughter Ever made the birth announcement first — without getting her parents' OK. "Hey Everyone!!! So without my knowledge @evergaboanderson spilled the beans on the new baby yesterday 🙄🤦🏻♀️😂, which makes this 'old news' but anyway, yesterday 02/02/2020 at 8:56am Osian Lark Elliot Jovovich-Anderson was born!" Milla wrote, sharing photos of her new little girl. She went on to say Osian is "pronounced O-shin" and is usually reserved for boys. "She's so beautiful!" Milla gushed. She added that Osian's "hair is lighter" than that of her sisters and "she's very strong." "She's our miracle baby and we're all so grateful to have her and completely obsessed with her!!" she added. "I will obviously post more pics later, but we are all exhausted because the last few nights have been crazy! I send you all so much love from the cloud I'm flying on!!! Xoxo m❤️☁️✨⚡️⭐️💥☄️."