Tyler Cameron weighs in on claims he's the father of Gigi Hadid's baby
Tyler Cameron would like to move on with his life, please. The former "Bachelorette" contestant — and rumored ex of Gigi Hadid — had to chastise some of his Instagram followers on Wednesday, April 29, when he noticed at least one comment on his Instagram Live feed suggesting he's the father of Gigi Hadid's (rumored) baby-to-be. "Congrats on becoming the father. Gigi is preg," one user wrote, according to E! News. "Y'all are wrong in the comments," Tyler replied. "Y'all are terrible." TMZ and ET reported this week that Gigi and her on-again beau Zayn Mailk are expecting their first child together, with TMZ claiming they're having a girl. The couple has not commented publicly on the matter either way. Tyler and Gigi sparked romance rumors last summer when the two were spotted out together on multiple nights.
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Beyonce wished Lizzo a happy birthday and Lizzo, being human, lost it
Lizzo turned 32 on Monday, April 27, and it's safe to say she's gonna have a hard time topping it next year, thanks to a certain music monarch. Yep, Beyonce noticed it was the singer's big day and posted a cute baby pic of Lizzo wearing huge glasses and holding a coloring book, along with the words, "happy birthday, Lizzo." The birthday girl reacted to the shout-out as anyone would — by breaking down in tears and weeping with joy. "YALL @beyonce KNOWS ITS MY BIRTHDAY," she said on her Instagram Story (via E! News). "Beyoncé wished me happy birthday. Beyoncé wished me happy birthday on her website. She knows it's my birthday," the bewildered star continued, still crying. "Thank you Beyoncé. Oh, my god. Thank you, Beyoncé. She knows. She knows I exist! I don't know what to do with myself. Wow, gonna sit with that one for a while…" Lizzo also thanked "everybody on the Internet" for the birthday love — and made sure to post one more time about her special Bey greeting. It was as adorable (and understandable) as the other one: "YALL. @beyonce BEY YON SAY wished me a happy birthday B–CH ! I don't know how to ACT She is my inspiration to be a singer after seeing destiny's child perform in the 5th grade… I LOVE YOU BEY!" Lizzo gushed, adding "THANK YOU!" and "Let me go drink some dan water."
Keith Urban on how Nicole Kidman's fearless 'curiosity' inspires his music
After being married to Nicole Kidman for 14 years, Keith Urban happily admits Nicole's approach to the arts now informs his own. "She's got great taste in music because it has no… it's always visceral," he told Zane Lowe on his Apple Music podcast this week (via iHeart Radio). "It's just like: 'I don't know who the artist is. I don't know what genre it is. I don't know. I just love this song.' That's all that matters to her." The same ethos seems to drive Nicole in her own, Oscar-winning work, and as Keith told Zane, it inspires him, as well. "What I've learned from her is to be more fearless in artistry and go for the curious place that you want to go to as an artist. Don't question it," he said. "You know, her whole thing is like: 'I'm interested in that. I'm going to go over there.' It's not like, 'Oh, can I do it? Should I do it?' None of that ever comes into it. That fearlessness- and it's actually not even fearlessness; fear doesn't come into it. It's only curiosity. It's pure curiosity. She just goes without questioning it. That's definitely had a big impact on my music in the last five, six years, particularly." Keith, who released his latest single, "Polaroid," last week, also said, not-so-jokingly, that he "definitely married up." He and Nicole married back in 2006. They share daughters Sunday, 11, and Faith, 9.
Harrison Ford says he 'misheard a radio instruction,' causing aircraft incident now under investigation
The FAA is currently investigating a piloting incident Harrison Ford was involved in. According to what an FAA spokesperson told CNN, the investigation came about because "the pilot of an Aviat Husky taxied across the runway at Hawthorne Municipal Airport Friday afternoon while another aircraft was performing a touch-and-go landing." This week, a rep for the actor said in a statement that he "only crossed the … runway … after he misheard a radio instruction" from air traffic control, according to Page Six. "He immediately acknowledged the mistake and apologized to ATC for the error. The purpose of the flight was to maintain currency and proficiency in the aircraft," the rep added, saying "there was never any danger of a collision." Harrison's Aviat Husky was about 3,600 feet from the other aircraft, according to the FAA. The "Indiana Jones" star, 77, was hospitalized in 2015 after being badly injured in when he had to make a crash landing on a golf course.
Prince William and Duchess Kate mark their 9th wedding anniversary while self-isolating at Anmer Hall
Prince William and Duchess Kate, then Catherine Middleton, said "I do" on April 29, 2011. And while their ninth wedding anniversary on Wednesday had to be spent in self-isolation, the couple did mark the milestone with a sweet message and throwback photo on Instagram. "🎊 Nine years ago today," the caption read. "Thank you for all your lovely messages on The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding anniversary!" According to People, the royals have been following stay-at-home rules during the pandemic and are currently at their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk with their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Kate recently told the BBC she and William have been busy entertaining the kids, who they've talked to about the coronavirus crisis in "simple" and "age-appropriate ways."
Katie Couric recalls 'uncomfortable' interview with Denzel Washington
Katie Couric's accolades include an Emmy Award, a prestigious Peabody Award, interviews with multiple presidents dating back to the Ford administration. But one interview that sticks out in her mind as having left her "shaken" was a relatively soft-ball conversation she had with Denzel Washington for "Dateline" in 2004. As the journalist told Danny Pellegrino on his "Everything Iconic" podcast (via CNN) recently, things took a turn for the negative when Katie asked the actor if he thought "Hollywood folks should stick to acting." He bristled and said, "I don't know what Hollywood folks are, first of all. Hollywood is a town that has some stars on the sidewalk. I don't know anybody from there." He then repeated that he's "not a Hollywood folk" nor does he "know who they are," according to Katie. She said she tried to ask the question in different ways but he interrupted her. "I'm a human being," he told her. "My job is acting." Calling the whole thing "uncomfortable," Katie said looking back, she still isn't sure "what happened," but assumes he simply had a rough day, since he later made a generous donation to her colon cancer foundation. "I love him, I admire him so much," she added. "He's one of my favorite actors, but I remember walking out and feeling really kind of shaken that he had kind of gone after me in a way that was completely, weirdly uncalled for."
Diddy talks race, the presidency and life as a single father of six
Diddy wants Joe Biden to go much further in stating what he will do as president "to change the lives and quality of live for black and brown" Americans if he expects to get their vote this fall. "THE BLACK VOTE WILL NOT BE FREE THIS YEAR," he tweeted on Tuesday, sharing a clip that showed him talking to Naomi Campbell about race and the upcoming election. "The Black vote is not going to be for free," he says in the clip (via Complex). "We're going to have to see some promises. What are we getting in return for our vote? Nothing has changed for Black America. In order for us to vote for [Joe Biden], we can't be taken for granted like we always are because we're supposed to be Democrats or because people are afraid of Trump." He went on to say the election is "business at this point," telling Naomi that "Biden needs to make it clear that he wants to change the lives and quality of life for Black and brown people or he won't get the vote. I will hold the vote hostage if I have to." In the same interview for Naomi's "No Filter" YouTube show, the bad Boy mogul spoke candidly about how he "had to change" his thinking when his ex and best friend Kim Porter died unexpectedly in 2018, sending him into a deep depression. "We're trying to really just plan and see what we want to take to the next step as a family. Because losing Kim and now being a single father-of-six, my thinking had to change," he explained. "I had to really get focused on their futures, 'cause I know how rough it is out there."
Natalie Wood's daughter, Natasha, addresses her mother's death publicly for the first time
Natasha Gregson Wagner, the eldest daughter of Robert Wagner and the late actress Natalie Wood, is addressing her mother's death publicly for the first time in a new memoir and an HBO documentary about the award-winning actress. In both the book, "More Than Love," and the special, "What Remains Behind," Natasha shares personal anecdotes and information about who her mother was and why. "I want to set the record straight and I want to live in the light," Natasha tells People. "And I want my mom's memory to live in the light." She also deals with her mother's death, but in terms she she hopes will be more true to how Natalie lived than how she died. "She was human, she was an artist who struggled and she was brave and she was happy," she writes of her mother in an excerpt published by People this week. Natalie died in the early morning of Nov. 29, 1981, when she and Robert were boating near Catalina Island with Christopher Walken. Authorities ruled her death an accident, but her death certificate states her cause of death as "drowning and other undetermined factors," due to questions about what (or who) sent her into the water. In the book, Natasha recalls how losing her mother was "the one thing I've been most scared of my whole life." She also delves into what she understands to have happened on the boat, explaining why she believes Natalie had too much to drink and, after tying up a dingy that was hitting the side of the main boat, slipped and fell, and possibly became unconscious before she went into the water. Though she acknowledges "we can never know with complete certainty" what happened, she writes, "I have had to make peace with not knowing. I wish others could do the same." "Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind Behind" premiers on HBO on May 5.
Jada Pinkett Smith talks relationship survival in quarantine: 'I realize I don't know Will at all'
As couples around the world are learning the hard way this year, being on lockdown with your significant other can be tough. That's why Jada Pinkett Smith is tackling relationship survival in quarantine on her latest "Red Table Talk." "It's challenging. You're forced to look at things differently," explains Jada, who's been in quarantine with her husband of 23 years, Will Smith. "One of the things I realize is that I don't know Will at all," she admits in an ET clip from the show, which focuses on practical advice and tips that can help anyone else who may feel their relationship is suffering as a result of the new living restrictions brought about by the pandemic has brought about. As Jada explains in another clip (via People), she and Will are dealing with their personal challenges by adding a new layer of friendship to their marriage. "You get into all these ideas of what intimate relationships are supposed to look like, what marriages are supposed to be," she explains. "Will and I are in the process of him taking the time to learn to love himself, me taking the time to learn to love myself and us building a friendship along the way."
James Corden recovering at home after eye surgery
James Corden is a-OK after having the not-so-enviable experiencing of visiting a medical facility amid the pandemic. It seems he underwent surgery on his eye and will be forced to take some time off from "The Late Late Show" while he heals. "Hey all. I had to have minor surgery on my eye yesterday," he posted on Instagram on Wednesday. "I am doing well and recovering, but won't be able to film new episodes for a few nights.," the 41-year-old late-night host continued. "Thank you to everyone who has been watching the Late Late Shows from my garage. I'll be back soon. Stay safe and well everybody."