Ariana Grande's new boyfriend revealed
Ariana Grande has a new man – and quarantine companion — in her life. The pop star has been seeing Dalton Gomez, a high-end real estate agent in Los Angeles. Grande has shared peeks of Gomez, her first known love interest since her extremely public relationship with "Saturday Night Live" star Peter Davidson, in her social media posts. Recent snaps show a man social isolating with her, as well as playing with her dog, Toulouse. TMZ reports that the two have been seeing each other the past few months, and that Gomez is the mystery man she was seen making out with at in a booth at a restaurant last month. This isn't Gomez's first time hanging out with an A-lister, aa he is also pals with Miley Cyrus, recently posting a photo of the two hanging out.
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John Legend jokes he wishes daughter Luna was more competitive
When it comes to board games, John Legend's daughter Luna is just not competitive enough for him. Legend chatted with Jimmy Fallon for an at-home version of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" where the "Voice" coached shared that he and wife Chrissy Teigen have been entertaining their kids with games during social distancing. "She's learning how to play [Hungry] Hungry Hippos and I realized that she's too nice when she plays games," the singer explained of his 3-year-old. "She does not want to win all the way. Like, she wants us to tie every time. I want her to be a little more competitive and I like that she's kind, but I don't want her to lose or tie and want me to feel better by winning or tying. So, we're working on that." Luna is so nice, Legend says, that when she does win, she will try to comfort him. "'No, Dad. You're doing okay. You're doing okay,'" he explained of his daughter's post-game encouragement. "'You're fine we tied. See, we tied.' Even though she won. She actually won."
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Sadie Robertson helps brides who had to postpone their weddings
Sadie Robertson feels for the brides who have had to cancel their weddings due to coronavirus. "Being a bride this past year, I know how much planning, scheduling, anticipation and excitement goes into your wedding day. I have been racking my brain with what I can do to help, and I know nothing can fix the frustration that would come having to cancel or postpone your wedding, but I would love to encourage you on what would have been your big day," she wrote on Instagram against a photo from her own wedding day. She asked her followers to share their original wedding date as well as their address. "I want to send you a little something on that day to lift your spirits, because even though it might not be your wedding day it should most definitely be a SPECIAL DAY," she explained, adding that she would also create a bridal support group and give the brides three months of free access to it. "I know there are a lot of you going through this, perhaps you can be there for one another. I'm so with you – sending so much love to all of you girls," the former "Duck Dynasty" star finished. The response was overwhelming. She quickly followed up her post with another, writing that she was blown away by how many weddings were affected and how sorry she is. She also noted that 40,000 people commented on the post and thousands of forms were filled out. "Keep in mind this is just ya girl sending something out with my little team," she explained on Instagram. "All that being said we are working our little quarantine butts off to get the quantity of gifts to send y'all 🙂 But with the large number we had to cap it at 5,000 brides for now." But the 22-year-old vowed not to forget the other brides who chimed in, saying that everyone who submitted themselves would get access to the support group and a gift from another brand who want to support the brides.
Jeremy Renner requests reduction in child support payments
Jeremy Renner is asking for a reduction in the child support payments he makes to his ex, Sonny Pacheco, for his daughter Ava, in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The "Avengers" star filed documents in an Los Angeles court on Monday, March 23, which were obtained by TMZ. The documents explain that Renner knew he would make less money in 2020, as he is done with "The Avengers." He had jobs lined up, but as most productions have shut down, he is concerned that they will be cancelled. Renner, who currently pays around $30,000 per month for his daughter's expenses (clothing, home, food and transportation), believes this money is actually being spent to fund Pacheco's lifestyle. As his attorney wrote "Sonny's voracious appetite for Jeremy's money has no end in sight." Renner did not ask for a specific amount for the readjusted fee, but noted in the documents that his daughter's "reasonable needs" are around $11,000 per month.
Camila Cabello postpones world tour
In an Instagram post shared on Tuesday, March 24, Camila Cabello announced that she has postponed her world tour. She explained that to protect herself, her fans, team, dancers, band and crew, they would need to reschedule, as they can't even start rehearsals "without putting people at risk." She continued to say she was "so so sorry" and "sad at the thought of disappointing" her fans. She did give a glimmer of hope for them, sharing that she's had the opportunity to create music at this time. "Remember to be gentle and loving and kind to yourself, let's be compassionate and take care of ourselves and each other," she ended her note with. "When the danger passes, all this love that we are putting into the world will heal us."
Laura Prepon says her mother taught her bulimia in new book
In Laura Prepon's new book, "You & I, as Mothers," she reveals a painful truth about her own mother. "My mother taught me bulimia. It started when I was 15 and lasted until my late twenties," the 40-year-old "Orange Is the New Black" actress shared in the book, obtained by People Magazine. "I always thought of myself as this strong, confident woman but it became a compulsion that would completely debilitate me." At the age of 15, Prepon was told to lose 25 lbs by a modeling agent at an open casting. Wanting to try it, she worked with her mother to lose weight, being weighed every morning and then having her mother taking her measurements. Prepon went down to 105 lbs and says her mother was "proud" of her. "That's when she told me, 'You can have your cake and eat it too,'" recalls Prepon. "I knew exactly what she was talking about." Prepon, whose mother is currently suffering from Alzheimer's disease, says this became a bonding thing they would do together. "I think she was trying to help me in her own way," she says, noting that her mother was bulimic in college and it was after she lost weight that she met Prepon's dad. "So to her, being thin equaled success."
Bill Cosby's lawyers want him released from jail amid pandemic
Bill Cosby's lawyer's have filed for him to be released and put on house arrest, upon information they received that a prison officer at his facility has tested positive for COVID-19. The 82-year-old is currently serving 3-10 years at a Pennsylvania prison and is requesting to move to his 9,000-square-foot mansion in Elkins Park, Pa, where he had previously lived on house arrest. "We believe it is only a matter of time before Mr. Cosby's prison likely falls victim to the virus, such a confined space is the perfect place for a virus to spread rapidly, it is hazardous to the prison staff and vulnerable inmates," his spokesperson, Andrew Wyatt, told Page Six. "Bill Cosby is no detriment or danger to the community. He can't go anywhere, he is elderly, he is blind. He can stay under house arrest with an ankle bracelet, as he did before, with his wife taking care of him. Let him do his time at home." Over the weekend, President Trump acknowledged the vulnerability of elderly inmates, like Cosby (who has not been tested for COVID-19) and were considering releasing non-violent prisoners or putting them on house arrest, to avoid outbreaks in prisons.
Mason Disick sets the record straight on Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott
Shortly after joining Instagram, Mason Disick went on Instagram Live, and shared an update on his aunt, Kylie Jenner, and her off-and-on love, Travis Scott. "No, Kylie and Travis are not back together," spilled the 10-year-old, who wore black nail polish and a beanie during his chat with fans. The couple, who share daughter Stormi, 2, split in October. Earlier this month, there were multiple reports that the two had rekindled their flame and reunited. Flaming the fire, Scott has posted his father-daughter time recently, which includes playing basketball with Stormi, leading fans to believe he was quarantining with Jenner, who has made it clear she's staying with Stormi during this time.
Shia LaBeouf buys new villa with an elevator inside
Shia LaBeouf has just purchased a $5.475 million Mediterranean-style villa in Pasadena, California. According to the Los Angeles Times, the actor's new home is 4,137 square feet and has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and an elevator. The 33-year-old's digs are on 1/3 of an acre and are located near the Huntington Library. Among the features of the home are a sunken patio with a cook station, beamed ceilings and a fountain. The home was most recently listed at $5.798 million.
Kanye West reveals why he had his breakdown
In a new interview with WSJ. magazine, Kanye West opens up about his nervous breakdown. "I've been through 'Deadpool.' You know that movie? I had an actual mental breakdown from attempting to put together all of the pieces," the 42-year-old explained. The father of four also opened up about how he feels about the word "ambitious." "I do not like the word ambitious. I'm Kanye West. The word ambitious is beneath my abilities," he stated. "I'm just a doer. You can see in my eyes there's not one bit of fear."