Tristan Thompson Is Officially a Dad: Find Out the Name of His Baby Boy. Khloe Kardashian's boyfriend and Cleveland Cavaliers player Tristan Thompson has a new title: Dad. E! News has exclusively learned the 25-year-old center is the proud father of a baby boy named Prince Oliver Craig Thompson, born Dec. 12. The mother is Jordan Craig. Tristan and his ex, a cousin of Kevin Hart's wife Eniko Parrish who also goes by Jordy C, have not commented, nor has Khloe. She and Tristan, who have often spent time together in both Los Angeles and Cleveland, were spotted exiting a private plane at an L.A. airport the day before the baby's birth. Craig had documented her pregnancy on Instagram. Two weeks ago, she posted a photo of herself showcasing her baby bump in a white mini dress, writing, "Going to miss my bump... but the best is yet to come!? Craig celebrated her upcoming arrival at a baby shower in October. Khloe and Tristan began dating several months ago. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star posted a sweet photo of the two showing PDA in matching camo outfits Sunday. Congratulations, Tristan! (Eonline)

The big reveal! As you may recall, the often private Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively caused quite a stir when they brought along their two daughters to watch the Deadpool actor receive his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last week. The twosome are known for keeping their children away from the spotlight as they didn't even share their second daughter's name following her September birth. Thankfully, the wait is finally over as the Green Lantern costars' youngest's name has been revealed! According to Us Weekly, the duo have named their little one –Ines!! What a beautiful moniker! Still, we shouldn't be shocked that it took so long for the newborn's name to hit the press as Ryan and Blake took SEVERAL months to confirm their oldest daughter James' name. Classic! And while the Lively-Reynolds clan's most recent outing may have been what caused Ines' big name reveal, we doubt the Hollywood hunk regrets it as he previously told Extra: "This is one of the rare occasions when we thought we got to bring the whole clan. I'd regret it in 20 years if I didn't." (Perez Hilton)

What an unexpected pair! It seems Mike Comrie wasn't the only person Hilary Duff spent quality time with on Saturday, as the Lizzie McGuire alum was spotted chatting with Scott Eastwood while dining at the El Lay eatery Catch. Hmm, very interesting! Miz Duff was supposedly hanging around the Hollywood hotspot with a girlfriend at 11 p.m. At some point throughout the evening, Scott and Hilary began talking -- and it's said the chat got "very flirtatious." Huh. We wonder if Comrie was there/cool with that? Anywho, one eyewitness dished about the encounter to E! News as they shared: "At one point, she was very flirtatious with Scott. The two talked for quite some time. Hilary was all smiles and looked happier than ever despite her recent split." Well, well! As you surely know, the 29-year-old split from her fitness trainer boyfriend, named Jason Walsh, only at the end of November. Nonetheless, Hilary is putting herself out there as she reportedly left Catch with Clint's son in order to hit up the 1OAK nightclub. Now don't start shipping these two just yet as a different insider revealed: "They were very casually chatting but no obvious PDA." Whomp, whomp. Still, with the holidays right around the corner, we're definitely interested in seeing who the blonde stunner chooses to cuddle up next to. Stay tuned! (Hollywood Reporter)

Alan Thicke's Wife Tanya Callau Breaks Silence About the Actor's Death. Alan Thicke's wife is mourning the loss of her beloved husband. Tanya Callau is speaking out for the first time since the Growing Pain star tragically passed last week from a heart attack at 69. In a statement to E! News, Thicke's wife of more than a decade thanks his fans for expressing their condolences following Alan's passing. "It is with gut wrenching sadness and unbelievable grief that I thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for the outpouring of love and support during this unimaginable time," the statement reads. "Through tears and smiles our dearest of family and friends came together at our home to celebrate the life of my sweet and devoted husband Alan Thicke. Yesterday, along with my step sons and our combined extended family, we laid my beloved husband, soul mate and the patriarch of our family to rest. We ask that you respect our privacy during this time of profound mourning," Callau adds. E! News reported Monday that The entire cast of Growing Pains, including Leonardo DiCaprio and Kirk Cameron; Bob Saget; Alex Trebek; Bill Maher and more attended a memorial in honor of the late sitcom star. In addition to hearing from Thick's former co-stars, his son Robin Thicke shared a few touching words about his dad. A family member, who shared photos on a public page, described the gathering as "just about perfect." "So much family and so many historic friends came out to remember our beloved father-figure," the post read. "Speaking for Alan so beautifully was (I'm realizing now) an all-star cast." Thicke suffered a heart attack while playing hockey with his 19-year-old son, Carter Thicke. Carter, who stayed by his side as his father was transported to the hospital, shared a heartwarming note in the hours after Alan's death. "Today I lost my best friend and my idol, and the world lost one of it's finest. You are a legend and I love you Pops. Until next time." (Eonline)

Mischa Barton Thinks Dancing With the Stars Was an "Awful" Experience: "I Was So Glad to Get Kicked Off." Someone's experience on the ballroom wasn't exactly a 10. More than eight months after Mischa Barton was voted off Dancing With the Stars, the actress is more than ready to admit that her time on the ABC reality series wasn't exactly a walk in the park. "Ugh, I had no idea it would be so bad. I got told off by my dancer," she explained in a new interview with The Ringer. "I was supposed to control the costumes, I was told that I could do the design aspect of it, that's kind of the reason why I agreed to do it." Mischa continued, "That didn't happen. It wasn't collaborative like a choreographer on a film set. ... I was so confused by it. It was like The Hunger Games. It was all a popularity contest. It was awful. I was so glad to get kicked off." For those who don't recall, Mischa lasted three episodes with pro dancer partner Artem Chigvintsev before they were eliminated. And when cameras rolled during their brief stint on the show, viewers could sense some tension amongst the duo. "It had been a really intense first few weeks," Mischa admitted to E! News' Sibley Scoles after her elimination, with Artem adding they had a "rough start," but he ultimately felt "we did our best and that's what it is." Mischa would later joke that they should have had their own show to capture their journey. Since her appearance and time on the show, The O.C. alumna has tried to be more in touch with pop culture such as being more active on social media. "I remember the days when you had no voice, and they could make up stories and say whatever they wanted, and now at least they have an insight into your life. People can see what you're really like," she explained to The Ringer. "Twitter less so, but Instagram has an artistic side to it, where you can see through that person's eye, what they creatively choose, what they're up to and who they are? -- ?you get a feeling for them. I enjoy it now." (Eonline)

Vin Diesel wants to make Paul Walker proud. Diesel, 49, paid tribute to his late friend on social media on Tuesday, while addressing the fate of Fast 8 -- the first film in the Fast & Furious series since 2006's Tokyo Drift not to feature Walker. Recalling the "arduous road to production" and the "challenging task" of filming the latest installment of the franchise without his close friend, Diesel said it was Walker's memory that helped him during those especially hard times. "You Pablo have given me strength... purpose and resolve," he wrote. "I promised you we would make something you would be proud of and I pray that we have... miss you." The heartfelt message was posted alongside a photo of the pair at the 2002 MTV Movie Awards, where they won the prize for the best on-screen team for their work in the original Fast and the Furious movie. "Family above everything!" he concluded. Walker, who was 40, died in a car accident on Nov. 30, 2013, when the Porsche he was riding in crashed and exploded in Santa Clarita, California. In the days following the third anniversary of his death, Diesel admitted that he still struggles with the loss. "It was a lot of tissues," he said. "It was a hard morning for me yesterday because I was here. But the irony is the whole cast reached out and his daughter, Meadow, reached out and all that stuff helps you get through it." "We've felt the loss," Diesel continued. "The last three years have been some of the hardest of my life because of losing my brother like that." (People)

Lena Dunham Apologizes for Controversial Abortion Comments. Actress and activist Lena Dunham apologized Tuesday for comments she made during the Dec. 14 episode of her Women of the Hour podcast. Last week, the 30-year-old creator, producer and star of HBO's Girls debated reproductive choice, including the stigma surrounding abortion. At one point, Dunham recalled visiting a Planned Parenthood in Texas and being asked to share her abortion story. It wasn't until that moment that it dawned on Dunham that not only had she had never had an abortion, but she had internalized the stigma against the practice herself. While speaking to one of the women at the clinic, the actress said, "I wanted to make it really clear to her that as much as I was going out and fighting for other women's options, I myself had never had an abortion. And I realized then that even I was carrying within myself stigma around this issue. Even I, the woman who cares as much as anybody about a woman's right to choose, felt it was important that people know that I was unblemished in this department." Dunham also remembered that many people in her life, including her mother and some of her best friends, have had abortions at some point in their lives. According to the actress, that realization prompted her to take her internalized stigma and "put it in the garbage." In closing, the native New Yorker said, "Now I can say that I still haven't had an abortion, but I wish I had." It was that last comment that got Dunham into trouble. After her quotes were picked up by Fox News and other news outlets, Dunham -- a longtime lightning rod in conservative media circles -- shared her side of the story on Instagram Tuesday. "My latest podcast episode was meant to tell a multifaceted story about reproductive choice in America, to explain the many reasons women do or don't choose to have children and what bodily autonomy really means. I'm so proud of the medley of voices in the episode," Dunham wrote. "I truly hope a distasteful joke on my part won't diminish the amazing work of all the women who participated. My words were spoken from a sort of 'delusional girl' persona I often inhabit, a girl who careens between wisdom and ignorance (that's what my TV show is too) and it didn't translate. That's my fault." "I would never, ever intentionally trivialize the emotional and physical challenges of terminating a pregnancy. My only goal is to increase awareness and decrease stigma," Dunham continued. "I take reproductive choice in America more seriously than I take literally anything else, and therefore own full responsibility for any words I speak that don't convey this truth clearly." "I know plenty of people will never like a thing that leaves my lips, mea culpas or no, but this apology is for the women who have placed their trust in me. You mean everything to me," the actress promised. "My life is and always will be devoted to reproductive justice and freedom." "You know how in some households you curse and have to put money in a jar? Well in mine, if you mess up your pro-choice messaging you have to give a sizable donation to abortion funds in New York, Texas and Ohio," the actress wrote, including a link for others who wished to donate. Dunham concluded, "I look forward to fighting with you all for the next four years and beyond." (Eonline)

Paula Patton paid tribute to her former father-in-law, Alan Thicke, on Tuesday, December 20, after the late actor's loved ones laid him to rest in a star-studded funeral. Patton, 41, who was married to Robin Thicke and shares 6-year-old son Julian with him, took to Instagram to remember the Growing Pains star. "I knew Alan since I was 15 years old and he had a tremendous effect on my life. I loved and respected him so much!" she wrote alongside a photo of Alan smiling. "So many great memories and laughs together. We will miss him so much! His grandson is quite sure he is still here with us in spirit." As previously reported, the beloved TV icon was only 69 when he suffered a fatal heart attack while playing hockey with his 19-year-old son, Carter Thicke, on December 13. The funeral was held at the home he shared with his wife, Tanya Thicke, in Carpinteria, California, near Santa Barbara on Monday. She broke her silence on the actor's death in a statement to Us Weekly. "It is with gut wrenching sadness and unbelievable grief that I thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for the outpouring of love and support during this unimaginable time," her statement read. "Through tears and smiles our dearest of family and friends came together at our home to celebrate the life of my sweet and devoted husband Alan Thicke. Tuesday, along with my step sons and our combined extended family, we laid my beloved husband, soul mate and the patriarch of our family to rest. We ask that you respect our privacy during this time of profound mourning." Patton and the "Blurred Lines" singer split in 2014 after 21 years together and almost nine years of marriage. (US Weekly)

Christina Grimmie's family filed a lawsuit on Tuesday in Florida against AEG Live over the 22-year-old's death on June 10 when she was fatally shot after a concert in Orlando. The singer's family allege wrongful death and negligent infliction of emotional distress caused by Grimmie's shooting, according to Billboard. A rep for Grimmie did not immediately respond for comment. The suit also names The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra Plaza Foundation, which owns the Plaza Live location where the singer was shot. The suit claims only "superficial bag checks" were conducted on people attending the concert, instead of pat downs or use of metal detectors that would have caught any weapons entering the theater. Kevin Loibl, Grimmie's 27-year-old shooter, entered the concert hall with two 9mm Glock handguns, two full magazines and a large hunting knife, Billboard reports. Grimmie was shot three times by Loibl before he was subdued by her brother, Mark. Loibl then committed suicide. Her family requests a recovery of future support the singer would have provided to her family members, her projected income after taxes had she lived to normal life expectancy and any medical and funeral expenses paid, according to Billboard. The report continued, stating Grimmie's parents are requesting damages for their mental pain and suffering after their daughter's death, while her brother is requesting compensation for the physical and emotional trauma his sister's death caused. (People)

Gordon Hunt, director of live-action and animated work who was also the father of Helen Hunt and the husband of actress B.J. Ward, died Saturday. He was 87. Helen Hunt's representative confirmed to Variety that Gordon Hunt died in his home of complications from Parkinson's disease. Hunt won a Directors Guild award for his work on a 1996 episode of "Mad About You," and was nominated two years later by the DGA for another episode in the series. He also directed episodes of other comedy series, including "Suddenly Susan," "Frasier," "Coach," and an early Ryan Reynolds vehicle, "Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place." He also spent 20 years at Hanna-Barbera, and was recording director on hundreds of animated episodes, including "The Jetsons," "The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show," "The Smurfs," "Jonny Quest," Paddington Bear," "Super Friends," "Pound Puppies," and many others. He was born April 26, 1929, as Gordon Edwynn Hunt in Sherman Oaks, Calif. Hunt went to New York and was working as a freelance director before returning to Southern California, serving as the casting director for the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles for 10 years. He was then hired by Joseph Barbera to direct animated series at Hanna-Barbera, starting as voice directing with the 1974 "Partridge Family 2200 A.D." He also worked on numerous video games including "Pandemonium," the "God of War" series, "Lair," "Final Fantasy XIV," "Blur," the "Legacy of Kain" series, and "Uncharted." He also was motion capture director on "Uncharted: Golden Abyss." Hunt lent his voice to many animated works, such as playing Wally in the animated adaptation of the comic strip Dilbert. He is survived by his wife; daughters Helen Hunt and Colleen Morrison Hunt; grandchildren Makena Lei Gordon Carnahan, Emmett Carnahan and Lizze Gordon; siblings Peter Hunt, the lighting designer, and George Hunt. (Page Six)

Lisa Marie Naegle's body has been found, face down in the backyard of Jackie Jerome Rogers. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... they found the former "Bridalplasty" contestant's body buried naked in the yard. We're told it's unclear where her clothes were dumped. We're told Rogers will be booked for murder Tuesday night. As we reported, LAPD has had him in custody all day ... after Naegle's family caught him in a lie about Lisa Marie's whereabouts. Our sources say she was struck 7 times in the head with a hammer early Sunday morning. (TMZ)


Queen Elizabeth II Delays Christmas Plans as She Passes 25 Patronages to Young Royals. Queen Elizabeth II is going to start taking it a little easier. The 90-year-old monarch announced she would stand down from 25 patronages this year. Instead, she will be handing over a responsibility of several U.K. organizations to Prince William, Kate Middleton and more family members. As the royal patron of more than 600 organizations, the Queen will be handing over the reigns of 25 organizations, including Save the Children, Barnardo's and the Royal Geographic Society at the end of the year. Prince Harry will take over the Rugby Football Union and Rugby Football League, while his big brother will handle the Amateur Swimming Association. The news of the Queen's decision came as William, Harry, Kate and Prince George arrived at Buckingham Palace to attend the Queen and Prince Philip's annual Christmas lunch. Prince William drove the group in an SUV, where George was spotted being his playful self in the backseat. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, arrived in a chauffeured vehicle, while Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie arrived in separate cars. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, 95, were set to leave for their private Sandringham Estate Wednesday, but Buckingham Palace said the couple have "heavy colds" and would be postponing their trip. Concerns for the royals' health were immediately raised, as Prince Philip once spent Christmas in the hospital in 2011 after receiving heart surgery for a blocked artery. (Eonline)

Michael Phelps Wears All of His Gold Medals at Once for Sports Illustrated. Michael Phelps is America's golden boy. Sports Illustrated perfectly drove that point home when it used its latest cover to honor the athlete as the "greatest Olympian of all time." With 23 gold medals to his name -- all of them hanging from his neck in picture-perfect assembly -- it definitely looks like the title is rightfully earned. However, while fans were distracted by his winning butterfly strokes and mounting gold wins in Rio, the world was far less in sync with the 31-year-old father's personal life. In addition to becoming the most decorated Olympian of all time with 28 medals in total, Phelps had secretly earned one more significant title -- husband. "Simple reason," Michael told Sports Illustrated of the decision. "Boomer's last name was Phelps and Nicole's was Johnson, and that was going to make overseas travel more difficult. We were getting married anyway, so we just did it." Once Phelps and his family returned to the states, the cat was out of the bag and the press had confirmed their private nuptials. He and Nicole Johnson later enjoyed another beachside ceremony in Mexico in late October. Now that he's home with his wife and their son, Phelps is busy fielding questions about whether or not his retirement is real. While he has said on multiple occasions that Rio was his final run, the doubts don't stop -- even from his right-hand woman. "I give it eight years, and then Boomer is like, 'Come on, Dad, let's see it one more time,'" Johnson told the magazine. "I see that being the only thing that could bring him back -- to swim for Boomer." While the 7-month-old would be going on 9 by the time the 2024 Olympics arrive, according to the swimmer, it's just not physically feasible. "Eight years down the road, I would be so far removed that it's almost impossible to come back, physically," he explained. "Unless I trained for a full four years, and that's not happening, so, to end this conversation, I'm done." Fortunately, Phelps has not only seen immense professional success in recent years, but also notable personal growth after his 2014 DUI arrest and subsequent rehab treatment. "Look where I've gone and where I've come," he commented. "Now I understand what friends are. I never talked to my father, and now we text and call and we're fine. I'm me, every day, and it feels pretty godd--n good." The new issue of SI hits newsstands Dec. 22. (Eonline)

Ashley Graham Talks Breaking Barriers With British Vogue Cover and Continuing "Mission of Beauty Beyond Size." Ashley Graham is proud to be changing lives by breaking beauty barriers. The 28-year-old, 5'9" curvy model appears on the cover of British Vogue's January issue, breaking a trend most fashion magazines had adopted for decades. Like its competition, all editions of Vogue have for decades shined the spotlight almost solely on women under a size 12. And not only did Graham score a cover, but the outlet also makes no mention of the two words she hates: "plus-size." "The most rewarding part about the honor of being British Vogue's January cover girl is knowing how many lives we are changing," Graham, who also appeared on other magazine covers for the first time earlier this year, wrote in an essay posted Wednesday on the outlet's website. Graham says she has been "hearing from thousands of women that they don't feel invisible anymore, that they now feel that they have gotten their seat at the table." "I feel even more inclined to continue my mission of beauty beyond size with the support of Vogue," she said. "That's why this barrier-breaking cover means so much to me," Graham continued. "Not just because I get to see myself gracing this British Vogue cover, but for all the women who have heard 'no' all of their life. This is a triumph for us all, and a beautiful demonstration of how we used our voices to create change, because loving ourselves at every size and shape is not a crime, it's a right." Graham's British Vogue cover was not without controversy. Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Shulman said earlier this month some designers "flatly refused" to dress the model for the shoot. This year, Graham became the first curvy model to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, as one of three women chosen for the honor. The cover drew criticism from former Sports Illustrated model Cheryl Tiegs, who said the outlet was promoting an unhealthy lifestyle. The size 16 model had made her debut in the annual publication last year in a swimsuits for all ad. Also earlier this year, Graham became the first curvy model to appear on the cover of Maxim. Many people suspected Photoshop was used to make her appear slimmer. Graham said she was "not slimmed down on the cover" and that the photographer "did an amazing job" capturing her "true figure."

Movie star, mogul and mom Reese Witherspoon discusses how she balances it all and how she'll be spending the holidays. Whether she's borrowing from her childhood memories or creating new ones with her kids, Reese Witherspoon and her family love their holiday traditions. "Even though they are growing up, my kids already have really fond memories of our Christmas traditions," the Sing star tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story. "Gingerbread houses and we have to have Advent calendars. These are things where you think, 'Oh, they're not noticing ... ' but then I forgot the Advent calendars this year, and Deacon was like, 'Mom! Where are they?!' I didn't realize how important they were to him!" This year Witherspoon and her brood -- daughter Ava, 17, son Deacon, 13 (from her first marriage to actor Ryan Phillippe), and son Tennessee, 4 (with her husband of five years, agent Jim Toth) -- will spend the holidays traveling to see family in Georgia and Tennessee. But no matter where she celebrates, Witherspoon's southern roots are on full display. Her clothing line, inspired by her grandparents, who she writes on Draper James' website "taught me everything I know about gracious southern living," features a host of new holiday arrivals and gift ideas. In the photo, Witherspoon wears Draper James' "flattering-on-everyone" Winter Deer Skirt($195) and below, the line's Wreath Witherspoon Skirt ($150). Even her go-to holiday food, the down-south classic honey-baked ham, and her favorite Yuletide activities, Christmas caroling, trace back to her childhood in the south. "I love Christmas caroling," she says. "I remember bundling up and walking around the neighborhood. It's one of my favorite holiday memories from being a kid in Nashville." Now, the actress' kids are forming holiday favorites of their own. "Ava bakes tons of cookies, Tennessee likes to make waffles with me, and Deacon is such a good helper, he'll help with anything," Witherspoon, wearing Draper James' Embroidered Preston Top ($185) and the Amaryllis Apron ($48) below, says. A little extra help goes a long way for Witherspoon, who can get pretty busy with raising her kids, promoting her new animated movie Sing and running Draper James, among other things. Last month, she also announced the launch Hello Sunshine, a new cross-platform brand and consumer-facing content company dedicated to telling female-driven stories. Her production company Pacific Standards is now part of Hello Sunshine. The company will begin to share content in 2017 at Hello-Sunshine.com, as well as across other platforms. So it's understandable the actress and producer doesn't usually have much energy left for New Year's resolutions. "I usually have the same ones everyone has. Drink more water, exercise, eat healthier ... but I just break all of 'em, so I don't pressure myself," she says with a laugh. "I'm like, I'm doing enough! If I do any more, I'm going to fall over!" (People)

Liam Hemsworth Celebrates Christmas Early With Miley Cyrus and Her Family. The Cyrus family Christmas has commenced. Five days ahead of the official holiday, Miley Cyrus and her fiance Liam Hemsworth headed over to the Voice judge's neck of the woods for some holiday cheer. There was no shortage of family members at the gathering with dad Billy Ray Cyrus, mom Tish Cyrus and siblings Brandi Cyrus, Trace Cyrus, Braison Cyrus and Cyrus all gathered around the decorated tree for a group picture. Miley stayed cozy in a pair of pink velour sweatpants, a colorful star print top and a pair of fuzzy cat ears -- the perfect ensemble for a fun night in with mom and dad. Her Australian beau also kept it casual in a simple crew neck sweater and dark pants. While the festivities were in full swing, Miley took some time to cuddle with her family's furry friends, including sister Noah's pup Sammy and Liam's dog Dora, whom she helped adopt. At the time of the dog's adoption last November, the couple were not yet engaged again -- at least not publicly. It wasn't until the New Year that the press confirmed the wedding was back on for the two stars after breaking their previous engagement in 2013. According to a source, she was with Liam for Christmas last year, too. "Miley came back to LA after spending the holidays with Liam. She had the time of her life being with him and his family," a pal close to the couple told E! News at the time. "She feels like they could pick up right where they left off. Miley has never gotten over Liam and always hoped they would get back together. She doesn't know where it will go, but she definitely still loves him." A year later, they're not only celebrating Christmas together again, but are also headed for the aisle, though the timing of their nuptials is currently unknown. Will they become Mr. and Mrs. in 2017? (Eonline)

Kris Jenner's Christmas tree is epic (of course). She sure knows how to make an impact The Kardashian-Jenners aren't ones to hold back when it comes to Christmas (or indeed, anything else), but Kris Jenner's Christmas tree is pretty damn impressive, with a 'Candyland' theme of stripy red and white. Behold... The eye-catching tree sits between her majestic double staircase, naturally. Kris worked with designer Jeff Leatham on the Christmas decor for her enormous California pad, which includes a line of giant Nutcrackers at the entrance to her home, along with a custom-made polar bear. For a proper nosy round her home decked out in all its festive glory, check out Architectural Digest's video with Kris. Warning: it will make your tinsel effort pale in comparison. (British Glamour)

Blac Chyna is in talks with Adidas to land her own shoe deal ... but we're told if the apparel giant wants a piece of BC, they've gotta pony up a lot more than what's on the table. Sources close to Chyna tell TMZ Adidas has offered her a two-shoe contract, with an option for a third. As for the price ... we're told Adidas is only willing to pay $250k ... and Chyna's insulted. Our sources say in addition to the shoes, Adidas wants Chyna to appear at media events and wear the athletic gear out in public. We're told her attorney, Walter Mosley, has been back and forth in negotiations -- and both sides think an agreement will be struck. (TMZ)

Kelly Osbourne claims a pit bull attacked her Pomeranian at LAX and it was therefore, unfit to fly on the same plane with her dog ... but her complaint fell on deaf ears. Kelly claimed the pit went after her pooch in an LAX parking lot, and coincidentally the owner of the other dog was on the same flight to NYC as Kelly, and she wanted to bring the dog. We're told JetBlue did a once-over on the pit bull -- a 1-year-old rescue with service dog credentials -- and determined it was safe to board. The owner and pit bull were seated about 10 rows behind Kelly and there was no further incident. In the end, the Pomeranian -- which was not hurt -- won. It flew first class. (TMZ)

Larry King's wife, Shawn King, was "shocked, sickened and angry" at a chilling birthday party Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband Frederic Prinz von Anhalt threw for his wife, where she claims Gabor was "on display" for guests in a hospital bed. The Post reported Tuesday that Gabor's pals allege Anhalt wanted Gabor, who died Sunday at 99, to stay alive till 100 so he could throw her a massive bash and peddle the party to tabloids. Shawn recalled to Gabor's former p.r. Pro-Edward Lozzi on Facebook the night she passed: "Larry and I were invited to her 'birthday party' a few years ago. She was alone in her room. The house was filled with many strangers of questionable character dancing the night away. We were brought back to see Zsa Zsa. She was .?.?. in a hospital bed unable to communicate. That 'husband' of hers had her on display for us [and] only wanted a photo op for himself. We left quickly, feeling sad, shocked, sickened and angry. Somehow the photo showed up in the tabloids. I was mortified." Shawn told us Tuesday, "It's all true .?.?. She squeezed our hands and we sang 'Happy Birthday.' I felt incredibly sad." Lozzi told us Gabor's friends, including Phyllis Diller, stopped coming around because of the parties, for which Anhalt put up billboards. "They were appalled to see all these Eurotrash people running around," he said. But Anhalt responded: "Those people are all full of s?-?-?t. They should go on with life, if they have a life. My wife celebrated every event, huge! Her birthday. My birthday .?.?. I did it the way she did it." He said, "All the billboards .?.?. It was all paid out of my pocket, not my wife's money. My wife loved it. She always smiled and that's why I did it." And, "We had cameras in all the rooms, and my wife saw every move we made. I made a deal with my wife .?.?. to be together forever. I was planning to have an event [on her 100th] for the whole world to see and read about. That's what my wife wanted. Entertainment was the best medicine ever for her. She loved Hollywood with all of her heart. People are careless and they're full of s?-?-?t." (Page Six)

AshleyMadison.com is ripping off married people who no longer need the website's extramarital services by lying about deleting their info ... according to the state of NY, anyway. State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed a lawsuit against AshleyMadison.com, saying it deceives customers with a $19 charge for what it calls the "full delete." It's nothing like the Full Monty. AM offers the option for departing users who want to make sure their profiles are scrubbed from the site, including all messages and photos. But the state AG says all that info is actually retained for up to 12 months and sometimes longer. The suit says up to 7,989 users in NY State bought the option. In the docs, the state AG points out the "full delete" option did nothing to protect hundreds of thousands of users whose info was exposed during the site's infamous 2015 security breach. The suit seeks to collect damages for all the affected cheaters customers. (TMZ)


Everything We Know About Shania Twain's 2017 Comeback Album. Mark your calendars: Shania Twain has new music coming in 2017. The country music superstar released her last album, Up!, in 2002. After a two-year Las Vegas residency and 2015's Rock This Country tour, Twain is ready to release her fifth studio album in the spring. "I'm so overdue!" Twain admits. "I feel like I just need to keep making albums now." In an interview with Entertainment Weekly Wednesday, Twain reveals she's been toiling away at new music for years. Before she even set foot in a recording studio, though, she would often come up with lyrics and melodies and store them on various recording devices. "There's, like, five of them," she says. "I'm forever backing things up. So if it's a rainy day or I'm bored, I'll go through my electronics and listen to things. They'll have titles like 'Fun Beat' or 'Fab Memory.'" Twain says she's recorded demos at home using GarageBand and Pro Tools. "It's really fun to experiment with arrangements," she says. "I did so many of my backing vocal arrangements -- just being able to have all these multi tracks and moving them around and experimenting that way. By the time I got into the studio, I was already quite familiar with what I wanted to do." The "Still the One" singer has assembled an all-star team of producers and songwriters who've worked with everyone from Carly Rae Jepsen to Kings Of Leon. "I'm a very focused person in the studio," she tells Entertainment Weekly. "It's not like it's not fun, but the joy comes in watching the whole thing grow and getting locked into that creative mode -- that's so indulgent for me." For her next effort, Twain has collaborated with Ron Aniello, Jake Gosling, Jacquire King and Matthew Koma. According to the country star, "They're all very different from each other." By the time Twain finished recording the as-yet-untitled album, the 51-year-old singer felt more empowered than ever. As Twain puts it, "I felt like I had climbed a huge mountain and was standing on top of it, looking God in the eye, and saying, 'I'm here! What do I gotta do next?'" The album will not feature any assistance from music producer Mutt Lange, her ex-husband. "It was a big leap of courage for me," Twain told Billboard earlier this month. "I didn't know where to begin. I'd write every type of song, every type of lyric, every type of melody. Who is going to say, 'All right, let's hone in on this style?' I didn't have that direction, whereas with Mutt I did." Twain, who's sold 35 million albums in the U.S., described the album "kind of schizophrenic musically." Just don't expect any breakup anthems inspired by her former marriage to Lange. "I talk a lot more about pain," Twain said, "but I didn't feel the need to be that literal about anger or hate. It's very triumphant in the end. I felt like, 'Whew! I made it through the album! I made it through writing all the songs!' It was an emotional roller coaster, and the lyrics reflect that." (Eonline)

Jennifer Lopez has backed out of a lucrative New Year's Eve gig in Miami. Page Six reported Lopez signed a contract late last week to perform at "ultra club" E11even -- but by Monday, she'd abruptly changed her mind. Reps cited "personal and family time," and said she'll reschedule. Tickets started at $500, and we hear fans can request refunds. A source told us the club's booking another performer. While it was reported the contract was $1 million, an insider said it was "significantly less." (Page Six)

James Taylor has canceled his February concert in Manila, saying he finds reports of summary executions of suspected drug offenders in the Philippines without judicial proceedings "deeply concerning and unacceptable." The American singer-songwriter tweeted Wednesday that he had been looking forward to performing in Manila and that it saddened him to cancel the concert. He apologized to his Filipino fans and said all tickets sold for the Feb. 25 performance would be refunded. Taylor said his scheduled performances in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand would not be affected. Since taking office in June, President Rodrigo Duterte has overseen a crackdown on illegal drugs that has left more than 6,000 people dead, alarming Western governments and human rights watchdogs. Philippine government officials have defended police actions during the crackdown. (Page Six)

Au revoir to the 2017 tour! Kanye West has canceled the European leg of his Saint Pablo Tour following his meltdown, TMZ reports. The 39-year-old rapper's team contacted concert promoter Live Nation to let them know that the second leg, which included Paris, U.K. and Germany, had been called off, according to TMZ. The website reports that the decision not to move forward with the 2017 stops wasn't problematic because no dates were set and no tickets were sold. As previously reported, West canceled the 21 remaining dates of the U.S. leg of his Saint Pablo Tour on November 21 after cutting a Sacramento concert short following a lengthy rant against Beyonce, Jay Z and Hillary Clinton. The same day, the "Famous" rapper had a breakdown at his trainer Harley Pasternak's home and was admitted to the hospital. He completed a nine-day stint at UCLA Medical Center's Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital for extreme exhaustion and what West's physician Michael Farzam called an episode of "temporary psychosis." Sources told Us Weekly that West was stressed over work, including the Saint Pablo Tour, and was struggling to cope with the aftermath of his wife Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery in early October. His hospitalization and her robbery incident have put additional stress on their marriage. "She wants a divorce," a Kardashian pal previously told Us. "She cares about Kanye and feels relieved he's getting the help he needs, but she's felt trapped for a while." According to the friend, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 36, won't make any decisions until West is fully recovered. After his release from the hospital, the Yeezy fashion designer was receiving outpatient treatment. The "Fade" rapper been spotted out and about on several occasions post-hospitalization. He stepped out with Kardashian at Santa Monica's Giorgio Baldi on December 18. He also had a brief, talked-about meeting with President-elect Donald Trump at NYC's Trump Tower on December 13. West later tweeted that they discussed "multicultural issues," including "bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums and violence in Chicago." (US Weekly)

Nicki Minaj 'Pinkprint' Tour Movie Will Air New Year's Eve. You might want to change your New Year's Eve plans -- or set your DVR now: "The Pinkprint Tour: Nicki Minaj Live in Brooklyn" will air at 10 p.m. EST Dec. 31 on BET. The concert documentary chronicles the rapper's tour stop at Brooklyn's Barclays Center in July 2015. The tour is named after her 2014 album, The Pinkprint. Minaj shared news of the movie in a tweet Tuesday night (Dec. 20). BET followed the announcement by posting a 2-minute preview featuring interview clips of the rapper and footage of her performing "Feeling Myself" in front of an enthusiastic sold-out crowd. Last week, Minaj scored her 70th Hot 100 hit with "Black Barbies," her rework of Rae Sremmurd's "Black Beatles." The song put Minaj above Taylor Swift for number of Hot 100 chart visits among women, now trailing only Aretha Franklin, who has 73. (Billboard)

5 Seconds of Summer's Michael Clifford Responds to 'Om Telolet Om' Meme. Indonesian meme "Om Telolet Om" first went viral via the dance music world, but the phenomenon has quickly spread across genre lines. Could the pop world be next to join the craze? Perhaps if the reaction of 5 Seconds of Summer's Michael Clifford is indicative of any trend. (Billboard)

Pentatonix's 'Christmas' Album Heading for No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart. Vocal group Pentatonix is on course for its second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, as industry forecasters suggest the a cappella act's latest release, the holiday effort A Pentatonix Christmas, could rise to the top of next week's list. Prognosticators say the album could earn over 175,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Dec. 22. That should be enough to easily take over the top slot, as the next closest competitors will likely be The Weeknd's Starboy album and Bruno Mars' 24K Magic, with both albums aiming to earn around 100,000 for the week. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The top 10 of the new Jan. 7, 2017-dated Billboard 200 chart -- where A Pentatonix Christmas could rise to No. 1 -- is scheduled to be revealed on Billboard's websites on Monday, Dec. 26. (One day later than normal due to the Christmas holiday on Dec. 25.) A Pentatonix Christmas was released through RCA Records on Oct. 21. It debuted at No. 3 on the Nov. 12-dated chart, and has never ranked lower than No. 6 on the list in its eight weeks on the chart. On the latest tally, reflecting the tracking week ending Dec. 15, it climbed from No. 3 to No. 2 with 156,000 units (up from 128,000 the week previous). The album is basking in the glow of not only holiday-fueled purchases (after all, it is a Christmas album) as well as a sale price in the iTunes Store (for just $7.99), but also a number of TV appearances from the group during the tracking week. The act's Dec. 7 performance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! repeated on Dec. 16, NBC's A Pentatonix Christmas Special (which premiered on Dec. 14) received an encore airing on Dec. 17, and they sang on NBC's America's Got Talent Holiday Spectacular on Dec. 19. If the album reaches No. 1, it will give Pentatonix its second leader, following their self-titled album, which debuted atop the Nov. 7, 2015-dated list. A Pentatonix Christmas is the group's sixth top 10 album overall, and third-holiday effort to reach the region, following 2014's No. 2-peaking That's Christmas To Me, and the 2013PTXmas EP, which climbed to No. 7. Next week's highest new entry on the Billboard 200 looks to be Kid Cudi's latest release, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin', which might arrive in the top 10 with over 40,000 units earned. (Billboard)


Andrew Garfield's Shocking Weight Loss for Silence: ''It's Not Fun." Andrew Garfield was hungry to work with Martin Scorsese. The actor dropped 40 pounds to star in the legendary director's new drama Silence (in select theaters on Dec. 23). Garfield and Adam Driver costar as 17th-century Jesuit priests who travel to Japan looking for their mentor (Liam Neeson). While you can see the weight loss in Garfield's face, it's a brief shirtless scene that is the most jarring. (Driver also appears shockingly thin.) "It's not fun," Garfield tells me of shedding the pounds. "But ultimately [it's] very very satisfying and fulfilling. You learn a lot of information from emptying out." He wants audiences to be startled at the sight of his emaciated frame. "I think it has to be," Garfield said. "It's the truth of what these guys would have gone through." Garfield and Driver also went on a silent retreat in Wales to prepare for their roles. "It's a wonderful thing," Garfield said. "Just after about three days everything shifts. Your central nervous system just kind of settles down and it becomes normal." He added, "You go into all these meditation and prayer rooms and the quiet in there is the loudest thing you've ever f--king heard. It's crazy. You literally go in there and your ears start ringing. It's the purest silence that you could know. I've done a few of these things in the past on my personal time. I love all this spiritual exploration stuff. I'm fascinated by it." Meanwhile, I let Garfield know that new Spider-Man star Tom Holland told E! News that he would love to talk to him and Tobey Maguire about how their lives changed after playing the iconic superhero. "I think it's going to be different for everybody," Garfield said. "He seems like he's in a really good place with it...He seems like he's having a blast and he's in a really good situation with the people he's working with. I'm not concerned for him. But I'm well up for chatting with him. I think he's so talented and I think he's got a really awesome ride ahead of him." (Eonline)


Elliot Stabler and Olivia Benson are back together! Law & Order: Special Victims Unit faves Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay reunited on Tuesday, for a holiday selfie that's sure to fuel "Bensler" fanfic for weeks to come. The former costars took to Instagram to share their happy hangout -- Meloni first sharing the pic on his account with the caption "Friends at Xmas." Hargitay reposted the smiling shot, with a slew of hashtags: "#ChrisMas #ChrisKringle #AVeryBenslerChristmas #TheChrisWhoStoleChristmas #HomeMeloni #HolidayClassics #BenslerTogether." The two lead the first 12 seasons of SVU together, but split up as fictional partners when Meloni left the long-running series in 2011. Hargitay remains on the show, which is now in its 18th season. They've remained close in real life -- reuniting most recently in March for another adorable selfie. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit returns Jan. 4 (at 9 p.m. EST) on NBC. (People)

Who Made It Out of Scream Queens Season 2 Alive? Warning: The following contains spoilers from the season two finale of Scream Queens. If you haven't watched yet, you may want to bookmark this page and return once you have. Proceed with caution. It's all over, idiot hookers! Season two of Scream Queens came its startling conclusion Tuesday night, bringing with it a whole new meaning to the term "fresh hell." So, who survived, who died and who made a surprising return? Let's get right to it! As with season one, pretty much everyone expected to make it out alive did. Dean Munsch's (Jamie Lee Curtis) deadly Kuru was revealed to be (by a genius Chanel #5 [Abigail Breslin], no less) nothing more than extreme dehydration. Using scotch as the only liquid in your life will do that sort of things to a person! Zayday (Keke Palmer) talked her way out of another well, convincing Cassidy's mom that she'd raised a good son (you know, despite all the killing he'd done for her). And Denise Hemphill (Niecy Nash) popped up just in the nick of time, proving that Munsch's cryo-chamber worked after all. Of course, not everyone made it out alive. After her attempt to blow everyone to smithereens was thwarted by the FBI's favorite back-from-the-dead agent, Nurse Hoffel (Kirstie Alley) got swallowed up by some pesky quicksand (building a hospital against a swamp continued to prove itself to be a bad idea), but not before she got in one last kill, lodging a machete right into Cassidy's (Taylor Lautner) chest. And with that, all three Green Meanies had met their maker and the horrors facing the C.U.R.E. Institute were officially behind them. With Zayday and #5 running the hospital, Brock (John Stamos) and Hester (Lea Michele) hunting tourists, Most Dangerous Game-style, on Blood Island thanks to Munsch's fortunes, Munsch tucked away in Aspen living as a sex therapist, and Chanel (Emma Roberts) the newly-minted host of Lovin' the C (with Chanel #3 [Billie Lourd] as her EP of course!), it seemed like everybody got there happy ending. Of course, that is until Chanel got into her car outside the studio, only to notice the Kappa pin on her passenger seat just as the Red Devil made his surprising return in her back seat. Was this the end of the road for Chanel Oberlin? Don't be silly. She'll never die...right? What did you think about the finale? Hoping that Fox orders a third go-round with the Chanels? And who do you think resurrected the Red Devil? (Our money's on Grace!) (Eonline)

Oprah Winfrey Reunites With Her First South African Students in O Girls Trailer. Ten years after launching a school in South Africa, Oprah Winfrey is reuniting with her first students to see how far they've come. The emotional reunion takes place in Fusion's upcoming documentary O Girls, in which Oprah looks back on the opening of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls. "My work with these girls feels as natural to me as if they were my own children," the former talk show host shared during the interview. "For me, this is what mothering was meant to be." O Girls will also document the lives of five of the girls from the original class, some of whom are set to graduate college. "I wanted to help girls who were like me...if only," Oprah says in the trailer. "You give her an opportunity to higher education. Seeing that become more of themselves is pretty amazing when you think about it." One student cries in the trailer while expressing her gratitude for the opportunity she was given. Only a few scenes later do viewers get to see her in a cap and gown receiving her diploma. The school opened its doors in 2007, and in 2012 Oprah attended the first graduation ceremony for 72 young women. "The pride that I feel today is overpowering," Winfrey reportedly said during the graduation. "I have been on a mission my whole life to be able to give back what I have been given. Today I am fulfilling that mission. This class will prove that when you invest in the leadership of girls, you invest in a nation." While the school has faced controversy some controversy -- a dorm matron was accused of sexually abusing students shortly after the school opened, and some of the students were suspended for "inappropriate behavior" and sexual misconduct back in 2009 -- it mainly proved to be a positive addition to the impoverished community. O Girls will air Jan. 15, 2017 at 8 p.m. ET on Fusion. (Eonline)

'Fargo' Rounds Out Season 3 Cast With Michael Stuhlbarg, Scoot McNairy, 4 More. Shea Whigham, Karan Soni, Fred Melamed and Thomas Mann have also joined the FX anthology. FX has finalized the cast for its highly anticipated third season of Fargo. Joining the cast of the Noah Hawley anthology are Michael Stuhlbarg, Scoot McNairy, Shea Whigham, Karan Soni, Fred Melamed and Thomas Mann, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Season three of Fargo has been rumored to take place in 2010, following the events of the breakout drama's freshman season. It's unclear how or whether it will tie into the events from the first run, though none of the stars from season one will return. Production on the third installment of Fargo is set to begin in January for a debut in 2017. Ewan McGregor will topline season three and play the dual roles of brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy in what will be his first series-regular role. Stuhlbarg (Boardwalk Empire) will play Sy Feltz, Emmit's right-hand man and consigliere. McNairy (Halt & Catch Fire, 12 Years a Slave) is set as Maurice LeFay, a stoner with a criminal past. Whigham, who reunites with his former Boardwalk Empire co-star Stuhlbarg, will portray Meeker County chief of police Moe Dammick. Soni (Blunt Talk, Deadpool) will take on the part of scientist Dr. Homer Gilruth. Melamed (Casual, Lady Dynamite) is set as Howard Zimmerman, a mover and a shaker with a knack for spinning a yarn and making a profit. Mann (Me, Earl and the Dying Girl) rounds out the cast as Thaddeus Mobley, an award-winning science fiction author. They join a cast that includes The Leftovers' Carrie Coon as Gloria Burgle, a practical woman who is the chief of police in Edna Valley and a newly divorced mother who struggles to understand this new world around her, where people connect more intimately with their phones than those directly in front of them; Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Nikki Swango, a crafty and alluring recent parolee with a passion for competitive bridge playing, and a woman with a plan who is focused on always being at least one move ahead of her opponents; Jim Gaffigan as a police deputy who works alongside Gloria; and David Thewlis as V.M. Vargas, a loner and true capitalist who delivers to Emmit, the Parking Lot King of Minnesota, the bad news that he has just become partners with his employers, whose business interests lay outside the law. (Hollywood Reporter)

'House of Cards,' NBCU Series Licensed by Movie Channel in Russia. 'Pure Genius,' 'Emerald City,' 'Grimm' and 'The Blacklist: Redemption' are among the shows that will air in the country starting in January. Viasat World has secured deals with NBCUniversal and Sony Pictures for five scripted Hollywood shows to air on its flagship movie channel in Russia, Ukraine and the CIS region starting in January. Pure Genius, Grimm, Emerald City, House of Cards and The Blacklist: Redemption will air on TV1000 Premium HD in first-run showings for the territories. Sony Pictures Television handles worldwide distribution for Netflix original House of Cards, and NBCU handles the other shows. The subscription channel presents "award-winning and critically acclaimed titles" and marks the annual Oscars ceremony with a special selection of Academy Award winners of recent years. Its inventory includes many titles that have won critical acclaim internationally at the BAFTAs, Golden Globes, the Cannes Film Festival and other top events. It focuses on first-run premium movies aired a couple of months after their cinematic release. In a separate deal, Viasat World also has secured a two-year deal with Sony Pictures for 50 film and TV titles for TV1000 in Central Europe. The deals reflect Viasat World's policy of "broadening its offering by expanding its premium channel content in key markets across Europe, with ongoing investment in Russia and the CIS, as well as Ukraine," the company said. TV1000 will screen not just new episodes, but also a catalog of past seasons through its TV1000 Play online service. Viasat says it is responding to a growing demand in Russia for such content. "In just over three years, Russian viewers have almost doubled their viewing time on pay TV channels, with a particular focus on film and TV series," said a company spokeswoman, adding that TNS Russia figures show daily viewing had gone from 38 minutes in 2013 to 66 minutes this year. (Hollywood Reporter)


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