Mariah Carey and Bryan Tanaka's split blamed on jealousy, money
What went wrong for Mariah Carey and Bryan Tanaka? Sources tell TMZ there were problems on both sides of the relationship, which ended at some point after they traveled to Cabo together in late March. According to the website, Bryan had serious issues with Mariah's relationship with her ex, Nick Cannon, with whom she shares 5-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan. Bryan reportedly started flirting with other women in front of Mariah to get back at her for the Nick situation. (The Instagram shade Nick threw Bryan with that beach pic back in December probably didn't help.) Mariah, meanwhile, was said to frustrated with shelling out big bucks to satisfy Bryan's allegedly expensive taste in jewelry, watches and shoes.
Meghan Markle set to travel to Lesotho with Prince Harry
Meghan Markle may not join Prince Harry at Pippa Middleton's wedding this spring, but the actress does have plans to travel with her royal beau later this year. The Daily Mail reports Harry plans to take Meghan to Lesotho when he visits South Africa in October. The trip will reportedly focus on Harry's charity work there — although eyes will probably be on Meghan's left ring finger as well.
Keira Knightley increases security after stalker situation
Keira Knightley has applied to Islington Council in her north London neighborhood for the OK to move forward with construction to her home to increase security in the wake of multiple run-ins with a stalker. According to the New York Post, the actress has already installed closed-circuit television cameras and security shutters to protect herself, her husband and their 2-year-old daughter. She's hoping to also build a new stud wall on the first floor of her home and create an opening from the entrance hall to the downstairs bathroom. Mark Revill, who was convicted of flashing someone before Keira had a restraining order put on him, has sent the actress letters and cat pictures, made creepy meowing sounds outside her home and drawn chalk lines outside her home pointing to her door.
Cary Elwes shares Princess Bride throwback pic on Robin Wright's birthday
It's been 30 years since Westley the farm boy saved Princess Buttercup from Prince Humperdinck, and time has apparently only strengthened the bond between Cary Elwes and Robin Wright. In honor of Robin's 51st birthday on Saturday, April 8, Cary shared a photo of the two of them enjoying some down time on the set of "The Princess Bride." "Happy Birthday Robin," Cary wrote alongside the throwback shot. "You were a princess when we met, and now you're lovelier than any queen. Please join me in wishing her the very best. @robingwright."
Brad Pitt in 'high spirits' amid Sienna Miller flirting rumors
It's been a rough few months for Brad Pitt, who split from Angelina Jolie last fall and is still facing an uphill battle with regard to the custody of their six kids. But things appear to be looking up for the actor and producer. A spy tells the New York Post Brad stepped out with a group of friends for dinner the night of the premiere for his new Plan B film, "The Lost City of Z." Sienna Miller, who appears in the film, was with the group and she and Brad were said to have indulged in some "serious flirting" while talking and laughing together for much of the night. Brad was "in very high spirits, which he hasn't been for a long time," said a source. While Brad may have been in a good mood that night, his rep tells GossipCop "there is nothing to" the flirting rumor.
Jon Hamm: Restaurant work 'is a good life lesson'
Long before he started playing Don Draper on "Mad Men," Jon Hamm worked in a restaurant in St. Louis, where he grew up. He saw the job as a learning experience. "Working in a restaurant is a good life lesson for anybody," he tells Wealthsimple (via Celebitchy). "My friend used to say that no one should be able to work in Hollywood if they haven't worked in a restaurant. The appreciation you have for anyone working in a service capacity goes up radically the longer you work a service job yourself — you quickly learn what a difference a little bit of kindness and common courtesy can make for people. It's important to know how to treat people, and to learn how to respond when someone you're working with is having a bad day. Understanding other people's problems—that's the cornerstone of the service industry, and it's essential as an actor, or whatever field you're in."
Celebs react to United passenger removal
Celebs were up in arms after seeing a viral video of a man being dragged off a plane after United overbooked his flight. "I am appalled and absolutely disgusted….this is unacceptable," tweeted Zendaya (via GossipCop). Chrissy Teigen, Piers Morgan and Mark Cuban chimed in as well. "Jet Blue's new slogan ," Billy Eichner joked, "extra leg room and we won't physically drag you down the aisle screaming in pain."