Meghan Markle once hinted about her romance with Prince Harry
She gave us all a hint! Shortly before Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's relationship went public, Meghan gave a subtle hint about their pairing in an interview. Speaking to "Entertainment Tonight" back in October 2016, Meghan referenced the fact that she had just "flew in" from London, where her secret beau lived. And aside from her location, she also had another tell-tale sign! Meghan was wearing a bracelet that would later be spotted on Prince Harry! Pretty sneaky!
Beyonce fans have demands after she cancels on Coachella
Don't mess with the Beyhive! After Beyonce pulled out of performing at Coachella under doctor's orders, her fans have issued a few demands from the superstar. Twitter erupted with Beyonce followers requesting refunds for their Coachella tickets, and The Hollywood Reporter claims ticket sales for the first weekend of the festival have fallen 12% since the announcement was made. The Beyhive's other demand? They want Beyonce's Snapchat username! The superstar posted a photo of herself and Blue Ivy using one of the app's filters, which led fans scurrying to try and uncover her username.
Karl Lagerfeld says Meryl Streep's team wanted money for her to wear Chanel
Karl Lagerfeld is blowing the lid off an industry secret. The Chanel creative director is taking aim at Meryl Streep, after the brand started creating an Academy Awards dress for the actress only to be told to stop. "I made a sketch, and we started to make the dress," Karl told WWD. But someone from Meryl's camp contacted him a few days later, saying, "'Don't continue the dress. We found somebody who will pay us." Karl shared that Chanel doesn't pay celebrities to wear their designs, but that other brands often hand out money, explaining, "After we gift her a dress that's 100,000 euros [$105,000], we found later we had to pay [for her to wear it]. We give them dresses, we make the dresses, but we don't pay." Karl ended with this zinger, "A genius actress, but cheapness also, no?"
Rachel Lindsay has officially moved on from Nick Viall
We've yet to see Nick Viall send her home, but now we know that contestant Rachel Lindsay doesn't end up receiving the final rose. The attorney is slated to be the next "Bachelorette," and stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Feb. 24 to talk about her experience with Nick. "He let me go. I was shocked, too. I really thought that I Nick and I had a really strong connection—and I was pretty heartbroken when it happened—but I've moved on since then," Rachel told Ellen. As far as the type of man she'd like to find on her season of "The Bachelorette," Rachel is open. "I really don't have a physical type, except for a great smile. I'm a sucker for a great smile. Who isn't? I'm looking for a guy who can make me laugh. I'm looking for a guy who knows exactly what he wants, who's ambitious, ready to start a family and ready to get married, because I'm at that phase in my life. So, I'm really just looking for a guy who's secure, confident and knows exactly what he wants," she confessed. We all can't wait to watch!
There's another 'Hills' baby connection
A "Hills" baby boom! Now only is "Hills" alum Jason Wahler expecting a baby with his wife Ashley Slack, but he found out she was pregnant the same day Lauren Conrad made her pregnancy announcement! Jason told Us Weekly, "This is so funny — so we found out the morning of New Year's Day. Then I saw that Lauren was pregnant that same day, that she came out saying she was pregnant, and I was laughing, because I'm like, 'Oh my gosh, that's so funny that it just happened all at the same time',' she said." Aside from Jason and Lauren, Whitney Port is also expecting her own bundle of joy in 2017.
Paula Patton has more accusations for Robin Thicke
Paula Patton has a pretty big accusation for husband Robin Thicke. The actress is accusing him of evidence tampering, claiming Robin "willfully, intentionally, and wrongfully changed/fabricated a court order specifying custodial timeshare of the couple's minor child," in documented obtained by E! News. The two have an upcoming hearing and ahead of it she also claimed he threatened her "with the filing of a kidnapping report to law enforcement premised upon a falsified court order."
Katy Perry once had the flu at the BRIT Awards
Award shows aren't always what they're cracked up to be! Katy Perry confessed to BBC Radio One's Nick Grimshaw that she was "literally dying" from a bout with the flu the first time she attended the BRIT Awards. Back in 2009 Katy was up for awards, but battling a terrible case of the flu. "The first time I went to the BRITs I had a flu of maybe 102, and I was so sick and I walked the carpet and they were like 'You can't go home' as they knew I was gonna win, and I was like, 'Why am I here, I'm literally dying,'" Katy told Nick. As for her helped her out that night? It happened to be a famous face. Natalie Imbruglia checked up on her in the girls bathroom before she was handed the award for International Female Solo Artist. Her most recent visit to the BRIT Awards fortunately went a lot smoother. Katy attended the show on Feb. 22 and performed her new song "Chained to the Rhythm."
'RHOC' star Vicki Gunvalson's new employee stole thousands of dollars
Vicki Gunvalson just got burned from a former employee! "The Real Housewives of Orange County" star, who runs her own successful insurance company, recently discovered an employee was stealing thousands of dollars from her business. TMZ reported that Vicki noticed thousands of dollars in discrepancies in her books, and then figured out the culprit was a new employee hired two months prior. An investigation is currently underway.
John Mayer does not want to be 'The Bachelor'
One man who never wants to be "The Bachelor"? John Mayer. The crooned stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres" show and confessed that while he's a big fan of "The Bachelor," he's not trying to be the next star. "I don't think that I would find love there unless they would change this sort of vetting process for who would be the contestants. I think it would be one of the lowest rated shows," John explained. But even if producers could figure out a way to pick contestants according to John's liking, he added he's too busy to join the franchise. "I love the show, but it's too much time to ask of me. Two hours is a lot of buy-in time," John explained.