Chris Pratt, 39, and Katherine Schwarzenegger, 28, are on the same page in love and life. The new pair shared the same message on social media calling attention to one of the victims of the devastating fires ravaging California.
The post is dedicated to William Thach, a children’s book author who also tutored Schwarzenegger and her three siblings. (Her parents are Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzeneger). In a lengthy post, Schwarzenegger explains that he lost his lovingly hand-built home and 3,000 copies of his velvet-covered children’s book, "The Girl Who Saved Christmas."
She shared a GoFundMe page, writing: "We are excited for the day Will is able to rebuild his home, where we can all go and visit and create new memories there with him."
This post marks the first time Pratt has mentioned Schwarzenegger on social media. Pratt and Schwarzenegger have reportedly been inseparable since falling in love and their relationship has received the full blessing from both of their families. (They have been photographed multiple times on family outings and at church together). Pratt and Schwarzenegger were first publicly linked in June.
One of the most widely despised Bachelor’s in history, Arie Luyendyk Jr., has shared the news that he and fiancé Lauren Burnham are expecting a child together.
Burnham told Us Weekly: "I kind of had a feeling that I might be pregnant. So my friend insisted on bringing a pregnancy test over. Arie came out with the test in his hand and tears in his eyes. He was like, 'You're pregnant!' "
Burnham posted on Instagram: "Our greatest adventure begins June 2019!," adding a baby emoji.
Luyendyk wrote: "Nothing compares, absolutely nothing compares to the moment you find out you’re going to be a dad! We cried, we laughed and it really was such a special moment for us, we’re so freakin’ happy!"
ROB KARDASHIAN SELLS SOCK COMPANY TO KRIS JENNER: Rob Kardashian has filed court docs in a bid to pay less child support to Blac Chyna, and it seems his financial picture has become so clouded, he’s had to sell his Arthur George sock line to momager Kris Jenner. "When the business was struggling, my mother infused it with capital to keep it afloat and from her infusion gained a 50% share in the company," he wrote in docs obtained by The Blast.
JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN SLAMS ARMIE HAMMER: Jeffrey Dean Morgan slammed Armie Hammer’s response to celebrity reactions to the death of Stan Lee. Hammer criticized stars who chose to post selfies with the late Marvel Comics guru after he died Monday at age 95. "Looks like you found a way to use others ways of mourning and their memories to draw some attention to yourself," The Walking Dead star wrote in a since-deleted tweet. "You sound like a real a**hat."
GIGI HADID TO DESIGN LINE FOR REEBOK: After her successful collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger, Gigi Hadid is putting her imprint on Reebok. The 23-year-old announced the launch of two new designs in Tokyo on Wednesday. Hadid has designed ablack ‘90s-style sneaker with yellow laces and detailing and a matching cropped T-shirt, both of which will drop December 7th.
LITTLE HOUSE STAR DIES: Katherine MacGregor, an actress who played villain Harriet Oleson on Little House on the Prairie died Tuesday at age 93. In her later years, she lived in the Motion Picture Fund Long Term Nursing Care facility in Woodland Hills, California, where she died. Her former co-stars paid tribute to her on social media. Melissa Gilbert, who played Laura Ingalls, wrote that she "taught me so much … about acting … vintage jewelry … life."
LOL? KIM KARDASHIAN JOKES THAT SHE WILL CUT TRISTAN THOMPSON: Awk. Ward. When Kim Kardashian flies to Cleveland to be by Khloe Kardashian’s side in the delivery room, she confronts Tristan Thompson, according to a teaser clip of an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians released Wednesday. Thompson, of course, was busted cheating on Khloe just days before she was set to give birth to their daughter True. "Are you going to say hi to each other or no?" the pregnant KUWTK veteran asks both her sister and beau. The KKW Beauty mogul jokingly threatens to cut Thompson before the pair awkwardly embrace. The next KUWTK drops Sunday at 9 p.m. on E!
Well, this got complicated fast! Channing Tatum confirmed reports that he and singer Jessie J are an item by posting a shot of her performing at a concert in London. He wrote: "This woman just poured her heart out on stage at the Royal Albert Hall. Whoever was there got to witness something special. Wow."
But hang on, plot twist! The pouring "the heart out" thing may have been in reference to her revelation that she can’t have kids. At the London show, the 30-year-old told concert-goers: "I was told four years ago that I can’t ever have children."
Ahead of performing "Four Letter Word," she explained: "I wanted to write this song for myself in my moment of pain and sadness but also to give myself joy, to give other people something that they can listen to in the moment when it gets really hard. So if you’ve ever experienced anything with this or have seen somebody else go through it or have lost a child, then please know you’re not alone in your pain and I’m thinking of you when I sing this song."
Lyrics include: "I pray I get the chance to bloom" and "Feels in my heart, we’ll meet one another / You’ll be my baby, I’ll be your mother."
Tatum, 38, split from wife Jenna Dewan in April. They were together for nearly a decade and share a 5-year-old daughter named Everly. Dewan has also moved on, and is now dating Tony winner Steve Kazee.
Zoe Kravitz dropped by Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Tuesday, managing to clear up rumors about her make-out session with singer Lily Allen, and throw epic shade at the same time.
The British crooner wrote in her 2018 book My Thoughts Exactly, that the pair smooched in 2014, but when a caller asked the 29-year-old Fantastic Beasts star about it, she nonchalantly replied: "Who’s Lily Allen?"
Kravitz continued: "If by kissing she means attacking, then yes, she kissed me. She attacked me. It was portrayed in the book like I wanted it."
In the book, Allen wrote that they shared a kiss after a night of partying. When Cohen asked her Kravitz read the book, she issued yet another blistering retort: "I don’t think anybody read the book."
Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald opens in theaters Friday.
If you always pictured the royal life as some sort of Disney cartoon fantasy, Prince Charles feels you. As the royal approaches his 70th birthday, it has been revealed that Charles, a la Cinderella and Snow White, enjoys inviting wee woodland creatures into his home.
Per a new feature in Country Life, the Prince has become besotted with the red squirrels that scamper about his Scotland property, naming several, and allowing them into his home to frolic.
"He is completely infatuated by the red squirrels that live around the Birkhall estate in Scotland," Prince William tells the magazine. "To the extent that he’s given them names and is allowing them into the house!"
Charles explains: "They come into the house at Birkhall and we get them chasing each other round and round inside. If I sit there quietly, they will do so around me. Sometimes, when I leave my jackets on a chair with nuts in the pockets, I see them with their tails sticking out, as they hunt for nuts—they are incredibly special creatures."
WONDER PARK TRAILER DROPS: "It’s time to open the park," blares an announcement in the first official trailer for Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies’s upcoming Wonder Park. The film stars Jennifer Garner, Matthew Broderick, John Oliver, Mila Kunis, Kenan Thompson and others, and follows the story of a young girl (Brianna Denski) who once designed an amusement park that now sits rusted. Garner voices her mom. The movie is set to hit theaters March 15, 2019, with an animated Nickelodeon television series coming in 2019.
MTV TO REVIVE SPRING BREAK: MTV Spring Break will return March 19-21 at the Grand Oasis Hotel in Cancun, Mexico, with musical performances and celeb guests. For the first time, MTV will also host alternative Spring Break events for young activists. MTV also recently announced the purchase of SnowGlobe Music Festival, extending its push into live events. Spring Break will return for the first time since 2005. Will you tune in?
NETFLIX GREENLIGHTS EXPLAINED FOR SEASON 2: The docuseries Explained will provide yet more answers to pressing questions, Netflix and Vox reveal. The weekly short-term series explores a variety of global topics, including cryptocurrency, tattoos and monogamy. Christian Slater, Rachel Bloom, Kevin Smith, Jerry Springer and Rachel McAdams helped narrate the first season.
OUT100 HONORS EMMA GONZALEZ, QUEER EYE, OTHERS: Out Magazine has announced its annual Out100 list of the most influential LGBTQ figures of the year. cover stars include Billy Porter, who wins the organization’s performance of the year for Pose; Sophie for artist of the year; and activist Emma Gonzalez for newsmaker of the year. The entertainers of the year recipients, the cast of Queer Eye (Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Jonathan Van Ness), also appears as cover stars. Other honorees include Cynthia Nixon, for hero of the year in her advocacy and bid for governor of New York; designer Jeremy Scott for stylemaker of the year; transgender activist Renee Richards (receiving the legend distinction); and World of Wonder founders Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey, who are recognized as media pioneers.