Blockers' Ike Barinholtz and Wife Erica Welcome Baby No. 3. Ike Barinholtz is now part of a family of five. The 41-year-old actor revealed he and his wife Erica Hanson welcomed baby no. 3 on Tuesday while walking the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of Blockers. According to Entertainment Tonight, which broke the news, the celebrity still had his hospital bracelet on. "I just had a baby," The Mindy Project star told the celebrity news outlet. "I wear [the bracelet] until it kinda falls off. Like the umbilical cord." The proud parent told ET he "drank a lot of coffee" before the premiere because he and his wife "have not slept in a few days." However, he's used to having a newborn in the household. "This is my third, so there's no more surprises," he said to the media outlet. "There's only breast milk and poop, that's all there is." Barinholtz did not reveal the sex of the child or the name. In addition to their new little bundle of joy, the couple shares two daughters: Foster and Payton. The parents tied the knot in 2009. Congratulations to the happy family! (Eonline)

Hilaria Baldwin Talks About Fourth Pregnancy and the Demanding Reality of Motherhood. Hilaria Baldwin is about to become a mother of four and she's getting real with Parents about the excitement and emotions that she and husband Alec Baldwin have with welcoming a new baby into their growing family. When asked about the arrival of baby No. 4 she says, "I'm not saying I won't have another meltdown when this new baby is born! But with a fourth pregnancy, you see the light at the end of the tunnel earlier. There's calmness and comfort from experience." She goes on to explain that her three little ones -- Carmen, 4, Rafael, 2, and Leonardo, 1 -- are "three irrational little monkeys who try to crawl all over me and don't understand that I'm very pregnant. When you go to a job, your coworkers are not like, 'Can you lift me, please? And make me lunch?' So I am in awe of stay-at-home parents." One thing is for sure, the Spanish star has her own co-parenting style, and she likes it that way. "Most of the time, I'm with my children, and if they want something, I'm the alpha parent," she says. "Alec is very involved, but if they ask him for a treat, he's like, 'Go ask your mother!'" Baldwin also got candid about the nerves of becoming a mom of four. "Carmen did everything with us. Then when Rafael was born, things got complicated," she says. "And when Leonardo was born, I had a moment of 'What have I done?' Panic! There were tears. But then I kind of lived it, and it all came together." When it comes to the kids, Baldwin says that Carmen is the quintessential girl, who loves Barbies and dresses. She says Rafael is quite the opposite, "When he found cars and balls and things that smash he was like, 'This is what life is all about!'" While she admits Leonardo is obsessed with is his older brother, "So when Leo wants Rafa, Rafa thinks that's annoying. And Carmen wants Leo but Leo couldn't care less!" "Carmen is on eager watch for this new baby brother," she says. "She's already planning the one after this, which I'm not sure is ever gonna happen. But we're really excited. Alec and I don't want to do much else other than be with the kids right now because they're so fun." (Eonline)

'It Was Worth the Wait:' How Meghan Markle 'Completes' Prince Harry. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to tie the knot in just a few weeks. And while their romance has been a whirlwind, Harry's search for the missing piece -- an equal partner with whom he could share his life and passions -- has been years in the making. After nearly losing himself following the 1997 death of his mother, Princess Diana, Harry earned a reputation as a royal rebel, partying too hard and making tabloid headlines for bad behavior, including an infamous game of strip billiards in Vegas. He went on to find purpose and discipline in the British Army and became ready for the next phase of his life. "Harry's drinking days are over," a source tells PEOPLE in this week's issue. "All of his best friends have settled and had children, so he's had fewer people to go out and play with. He realized he was getting a bit older and that it was time to settle down a little bit." Adds Duncan Larcombe, a former royals reporter who traveled with Prince Harry throughout much of the early 2000s and is the author of the new biography Prince Harry: The Inside Story: "He desperately wanted to get married and be happy. He sees his brother [Prince William] has found that. The fact that Meghan arrived when she did completes it for Harry." Adds a royal insider: "He's found a great match in her." Today, Harry "is able to talk about how troubled he was and how he sought counseling -- in no small way, I imagine that's Meghan's influence on him," says Larcombe. "His antics over the years mean that everyone can identify with him. He is a reluctant royal because he is a prince of the people. The public feel a connection with Harry for all those reasons that they probably don't feel for any other member of the royal family." In Meghan, he has found a trusted copilot with whom to move the monarchy forward. "Meghan is going to be a force," says a palace source. "She will help him really define his role and relate to the public in a way that he wouldn't have been able to do before. It was worth the wait." (People)

Channing Tatum Admitted He Juggled Career and Family 'Not Very Well' Before Split from Jenna Dewan. Well before he and his wife Jenna Dewan Tatum announced their split, Channing Tatum had been open about the difficulty of balancing his personal and professional lives. In 2015, when PEOPLE asked him how he juggles his hectic career with his family life, Tatum admitted, "Not very well," adding, "I'm lucky to have people that care enough to make sure I'm not screwing things up." The Step Up actor explained that he can have trouble knowing when to slow down at work, but said having a daughter, Everly, now 4, helped him put things into perspective. "Now, having a family and a little girl, it really makes things super clear," he said, adding that he asks himself, "Is this worth taking time away from them?" before signing on for new roles. He also gave his wife credit for helping him stay centered. "Jenna and I stay grounded just from each other," he said. "We started together and that's your responsibility in a relationship, to not lose it. You keep pushing each other to grow and be better." He added, "We're a good support system for each other. I don't think I could do it any other way." Still, Tatum said the pressures that come along with a high-profile career in Hollywood can make him feel "miserable." He explained, "None of this is easy, but at the same time it's everything I would have ever wanted to do. I really like challenge but I would like things to get a little slower; that would be nice. I wish I could slow down slightly. But I have no other option; I can't not live in the moment." One of Tatum's goals at the time was to focus on not bringing the stress of work home with him. "That's the whole name of my game, to be present," he said. Asked to describe his perfect day, he said, "Getting to walk around with my wife and daughter. Or just sitting and painting. We have sidewalk chalk and we'll sit there for hours and just doodle. That's truly joyful. Nobody is looking at you to do it. We're just doing it together and there is no pressure other than to just enjoy it." The Tatums, who first met on the set of their 2006 movie Step Up and began dating shortly after before tying the knot in 2009, announced they were separating after nearly nine years of marriage in a joint statement that was also shared on their social media accounts on Monday. "We have lovingly chosen to separate as a couple. We fell deeply in love so many years ago and have had a magical journey together. Absolutely nothing has changed about how much we love one another, but love is a beautiful adventure that is taking us on different paths for now," the pair said. "There are no secrets nor salacious events at the root of our decision -- just two best-friends realizing it's time to take some space and help each other live the most joyous, fulfilled lives as possible. We are still a family and will always be loving dedicated parents to Everly," they added. (People)

Kristin Cavallari Opens Up Her Nashville Life in New E! Docu-Series Very Cavallari! Kristin Cavallari is taking Nashville -- and the fashion world -- by storm! The reality star turned entrepreneur will star in the new E! docu-series Very Cavallari, set to premiere this spring, E! announced Wednesday. With her new home of Nashville as a backdrop, fans will get an exclusive look inside Kristin's life as a boss, businesswoman, wife, mom and friend. "Our audience has followed Kristin from The Hills to E's red carpet and will now get a view into her life as entrepreneur and lifestyle tastemaker," Amy Introcaso-Davis, EVP of Development and Production at E!, said in a statement "We will see Kristin push herself as a boss of a new and expanding brand while combating the pressure to succeed. She will be challenged with juggling her staff of strong-willed employees, making time for her husband, newly retired football player, Jay Cutler, and remaining an active mom to her three kids." This season of Very Cavallari will follow Kristin as she opens the flagship store and Nashville headquarters of her rapidly growing fashion and lifestyle brand Uncommon James. However, with her employees traipsing in and out of her home and taking a toll on Jay's nerves, Kristin is moving her business and her employees, who Jay affectionately calls her "minions," out of her house and into a chic, new space in Nashville. The core team Kristin has hired to support her in building her business are social media director, Shannon, who is never shy about speaking her mind; Brittainy, a type-A workaholic brought in to manage the Uncommon James store; and office assistant, Reagan, who can be forgetful at times but means well and enlivens their workplace with her off-beat sense of humor. With everyone working together in the new space and a few new hires joining the team, personalities begin to clash, relationships intertwine, arguments erupt and love triangles begin to form. (Eonline)

Shannen Doherty is staying positive -- and keeping her sense of humor -- after a tumor marker test revealed high elevations. The former "90210" star revealed the news Tuesday night saying she underwent a battery of tests ... revealing one of the tests yielded good results while the other came back "elevated." Shannen -- who almost a year to the day went into remission after battling breast cancer -- said the results mean she'll get monitored even closer. And to prove she's staying positive ... she said, "the elevation can be from all sorts of things. Oh and vitamin D... need more of that too." #StayStrong. (TMZ)

Colin Farrell Checks Into Rehab as ''Preemptive'' Measure. Farrell continues to prioritize his sobriety. The Irish actor has checked himself into a treatment facility, E! News can confirm. "It was preemptive," the source adds. "He did it to reset his life. He's not using right now at all." According to The Daily Mail, who broke the story, Farrell is seeking professional help from The Meadows -- an elite rehab center in Arizona whose previous clients include the likes of Selena Gomez, Harvey Weinstein, Tiger Woods and more. In May 2017, Farrell celebrated an entire decade of sobriety during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The 41-year-old has previously detailed his years-long battle with alcohol and drug abuse, and Farrell first checked into rehab after filming 2006's Miami Vice. He said of that experience in 2008, "I began to come out of the haze that I was in and had burrowed myself into so deeply... Basically, I'd been fairly drunk or high since I was 14. I was very drunk and high for 16 years, so it was a tough life change, and I was dying. I'm one of the lucky ones." Equipped with the tools to properly tackle addiction, Farrell said in a recent interview with The Independent that spending time in nature helps him cope. As he put it, "I find nature pulls the steam out of you and f---ks it over its own shoulder. I go on road trips and go to the cinema and hang out with my kids." (Farrell co-parents 14-year-old James and 8-year-old Henry with previous partners.) He continued, "I put on a bit of music. I just live. I just live it without being poison the way I was poison for years." (Eonline)

Prince Philip Recovering in Hospital After Hip Surgery. UPDATE: Prince Philip "has undergone a successful hip replacement operation," a spokesperson said Wednesday. "He is progressing satisfactorily at this early stage. His Royal Highness is likely to remain in hospital for several days. He is comfortable and in good spirits. Further updates will be issued when appropriate." (Eonline)

Blac Chyna pushed a stroller company too far, and now she's lost a deal that could have landed her a big payday ... TMZ has learned. Sources involved in the deal with the stroller co., Momiie, tell us ... it's pulled the plug on its collab with Chyna in wake of her stroller-swinging skirmish Sunday at Six Flags. We're told the incident was not the sole reason for Momiie's decision. Honchos had already grown uneasy with Chyna's behavioral issues -- not to mention a leaked sex tape -- and the impact it might have on their brand. The fight video was definitely the final nail in the coffin. A rep for Momiie adds Chyna's latest actions made it impossible to move forward with their business relationship, telling us ... "[We] cannot excuse that sort of reaction and behavior particularly in a family resort around children." We broke the story ... BC signed up to be a brand ambassador for the new baby strollers, with the goal of launching her own line with Momiie if all went well. It didn't. Instead, Chyna might be in store for a legal war with Rob Kardashian, who's livid she put 1-year-old Dream in harm's way ... though Chyna claims she was actually defending their daughter. (TMZ)

The Kardashians have fired back at Blac Chyna, saying they're legally allowed to call her all sorts of names without getting sued for defamation. The family wants a judge to toss Chyna's claim she's been defamed because the sisters said, among other things, "The show [Rob & Chyna] is giving this toxic woman money and exposure she lives and breathes for and by continuing it ... [s]he will proceed with using and physically abusing my brother." The family also said Chyna was "tarnishing" their brand, "damaging to [their] family and a threat to Rob's safety." According to legal docs, these statements are clearly subjective opinions and too vague to be provably false. The docs note there have been court decisions protecting comments such as calling plaintiffs a "loser," "a big skank" and "a top-ranking dumb ass." (TMZ)

The man suing Jamie Luner for sexual assault is on a list in California exposing people who abuse the litigation system ... TMZ has learned. Anthony Oliver -- who claims the "Melrose Place" star drugged and raped him in 1998 when he was 16 years old -- is considered a vexatious litigant in the state ... according to court records. That means special approval is required by a judge before the courts have to accept any lawsuit he files. The reason -- Oliver has filed at least 22 wide-ranging suits over the past several years ... some of which have been deemed to be either unnecessary, frivolous or without merit. Jamie's side says the allegations are "completely unfounded" and believes they are part of an extortion scheme ... and points to Oliver's long history of filing suits as proof. (TMZ)

Harvey Weinstein dropped by PR firm. Crisis p.r. firm Sitrick and Co. has dropped Harvey Weinstein as a client. No official reason was given for Sitrick's resignation, but those close to Weinstein have alleged that he's strapped for cash under a mountain of legal debts, not to mention his ouster from the Weinstein Co., a multimillion-dollar divorce settlement with ex-wife Georgina Chapman, plus child-support obligations to her and another ex, Eve Chilton. Chilton claimed in a court filing this year that Weinstein would default on support payments due to his cash crunch, but a judge disagreed and said she could not prove a pattern of his falling behind. Sitrick and Weinstein's lawyer -- criminal defense pro Benjamin Brafman -- strongly denied allegations that Weinstein is broke. He just sold his West Village townhouse for $25.6 million. Weinstein has been accused of sexual harassment and assault by dozens of women. Through Sitrick, Weinstein repeatedly denied any of the encounters were non-consensual. On Tuesday, the firm would not comment further, except to confirm that Weinstein was no longer a client. The Weinstein Co. -- which Harvey founded with brother Bob -- has declared bankruptcy after eleventh-hour attempts to acquire the flailing movie company and rebrand it fell apart. Hollywood blog Deadline, which first reported the Sitrick news, said a replacement spokesperson for the fallen movie mogul will be announced soon. (PageSix)


'Wonder Woman' Lynda Carter gets star on Walk of Fame. TV's "Wonder Woman" has a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. Actress Lynda Carter received the honor Tuesday. The 66-year-old said the television series gave birth to her career as a superhero and feminist icon. The show ran from 1975 to 1979. Patty Jenkins, who directed the 2017 "Wonder Woman" movie, spoke at the ceremony. Jenkins said Carter's portrayal of Wonder Woman make her believe she could have whatever she wanted and be "unashamed to want it." The movie Wonder Woman star, Gal Gadot, tweeted thanks to Carter for her "loving kindness shared by the sisterhood of women of wonder." (PageSix)

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Dick Van Dyke Set for Top Honors at Geffen Fundraiser. "In addition to their unparalleled contributions to the arts, Dick and Lin-Manuel share a commitment to young people and a belief in the power of live storytelling to inform and inspire audiences around the world." The Geffen Playhouse has selected legendary performers Dick Van Dyke and Lin-Manuel Miranda, linked both by talent and the magic of Mary Poppins, to share the marquee at its 16th annual Backstage at the Geffen fundraiser. The event, which recognizes the accomplishments of leaders in the artistic community, supports the theater's mission to produce original work and is scheduled for May 19 in the Gil Cates Theater at Geffen Playhouse in Westwood. Aisha Tyler will also be on the invite as host, marking her second time being on the Backstage at the Geffen playbill. Funds raised from the event are funneled to education and community engagement programs, which bring live theater to disadvantaged youth, seniors and veterans. In making the announcement, Geffen Playhouse executive director Gil Cates Jr. praised the pair for their contributions to entertainment. "Dick Van Dyke has brought joy and entertainment to the world for more than 60 years, and in the last decade, Lin-Manuel Miranda has inspired millions of people with his work," said Cates. "In addition to their unparalleled contributions to the arts, Dick and Lin-Manuel share a commitment to young people and a belief in the power of live storytelling to inform and inspire audiences around the world." Most recently, Van Dyke, who will receive the Distinction in Theater Award, was honored with a Britannia Award for Excellence in Television from BAFTA Los Angeles. The actor played the role of Bert, the Cockney chimney sweep, in the 1964 Disney classic Mary Poppins and will return in another role this holiday season in Mary Poppins Returns, alongside Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep and Miranda. Miranda, a Pulitzer Prize, Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award-winning composer, lyricist and actor, will receive the Education Impact Award. He is the creator and original star of Broadway's Tony Award-winning Hamilton and In the Heights. In Mary Poppins Returns, Miranda plays Jack, an apprentice to Bert from the first film. Last year, Backstage at the Geffen raised more than $1 million. City National Bank continues for the ninth consecutive year as title sponsor. Presenting sponsors include Audi, back for its 13th year, and K Period Media, returning for its second. (Billboard)

Tyra Banks co-wrote new book with her mama. Tyra Banks' new book is: "Perfect Is Boring." Additional title: "Tyra and Her Mama." Subtitle: "10 Things My Crazy, Fierce Mama Taught Me About Beauty, Booty and Being a Boss." Mama and daughter, together, co-wrote it back and forth. Supermodel Tyra has hosted TV's "America's Next Top Model" and "America's Got Talent," and says, "I'd be nowhere without mama Carolyn London's tell-it-like-it-is advice." Like: "Bringing me to the next level, she put me on a train, San Francisco to San Diego, so I'd learn about guys getting fresh, trying to get close or touch me. So I wouldn't be nervous or embarrassed. "She'd be my manager, accountant, business person. No spender, she was a saver. She said, 'If they give it to you, they can also take it away,' and, 'If they gave me $40, still today I'd have that $40.' "Medical-photographer mom even worked in surgery. Her outside business was glamour shots and cosmetics, so early I learned about photographs and makeup. "And she taught me 'research .?.?. research .?.?. there's no new business without research.' My first time modeling in Paris, she made me learn it all beforehand. "She'd say, rejection? So what! They're not rejecting you. They're rejecting your product. Tweak it. Lose weight. Redo hairstyle. Adjust makeup. Change the audience. Go from high fashion to everyday. Rebel, experiment. "Be sure your team's awake. All on the same page. Don't keep one who knows nothing. And easy with paparazzi. You're no supermodel at this height forever. With your show, don't overshadow, don't push or expose yourself, don't be vulnerable." On dating, it was, "Hold your tongue. Try being silent." That's tough when they got on my nerves. On raising a teenager: "They turn into adults. Don't turn them into aliens. Remember when you were a child. Just be a parent." We spoke by phone as Tyra's 2-year-old, York Banks Asla, loudly wanted his tangerine peeled. (PageSix)

Ted Kennedy didn't abandon Mary Jo Kopechne when his car plunged off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island ... he didn't even know she was in the car, according to a retired CIA operative. We've been asked not to use the CIA person's name, but he worked for the agency for decades. He says back in 1969, Kennedy was romantically involved with the wife of a very powerful politician, and if word got out about the affair Kennedy was afraid it would ruin his career. The operative says the night of the accident Kennedy and some of his buddies were all drunk and drove to a party on the Island. They went there because the politician's wife was at the party and Kennedy wanted to hook up with her. Mary Jo Kopechne was at the party ... she and Kennedy were acquaintances but not romantically involved. According to the operative, Mary Jo was drunk, said she had a headache, got up and said she was going into one of the bedrooms to lie down. At some point later in the evening, Kennedy and the politician's wife wanted "some alone time" and didn't want to do anything in front of the group, so they got in the car and drove ... eventually plunging off the bridge into the water. They both swam to shore safely. The operative says both were not injured. The operative says unbeknownst to either Kennedy or the politician's wife, Mary Jo apparently was unable to sleep in the house because of the noise, so she went into the back seat of the car where she fell asleep ... which is where she died. At least one person at the party knew Mary Jo had gone into one of the cars and told authorities that after the accident. The operative says cops immediately knew the politician's wife was in the car, because she had left her purse on the front seat. The operative says so began a cover-up to protect Kennedy. A second person, who was close to Ted and the Kennedy family in '69, confirmed the operative's story. There's a new movie coming out this week -- "Chappaquiddick" -- which chronicles the accident and the aftermath. (TMZ)

Gennady Golovkin is NOT giving up on a second mega-fight with Canelo Alvarez, despite his positive PED test ... and now has his sights set on a September 15 rematch. TMZ Sports spoke with GGG's promoter, Tom Loeffler, who tells us Gennady is "100%" committed to getting the Canelo rematch on the calendar ... explaining "that's the main focus for GGG." Loeffler says Golovkin is still committed to fighting on May 5 ... and his team is searching for the best possible opponent to step in for Canelo. As we previously reported, Canelo withdrew from the rematch Tuesday after testing positive for Clenbuterol, a banned substance that helps athletes cut fat while maintaining muscle mass. Loeffler says GGG is "frustrated" with Canelo -- and added that's there's a lot of bad blood between the guys. Bottom line, GGG realizes this is the fight the fans want, and is determined to put on the big drama show one way or another. (TMZ)

Medical marijuana joint to open on Fifth Avenue. A flagship pot palace unofficially touted as the "Barneys of weed" is set to open on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. LA cannabis brand MedMen will launch a 10,000-square-foot medical marijuana dispensary on -- when else? -- April 20. (For the uninitiated, "420" is code for lighting up.) It will be located at 433 Fifth Ave., near Bryant Park. According to CEO Adam Bierman and co-founder Andrew Modlin, "MedMen Manhattan will offer the largest and most diverse ratios of THC and CBD formulations." A rep added that under New York state regulation, the joint will be one of only two dispensaries legally permitted to operate in Manhattan. The brand's employees wear T-shirts with logos such as "Shop. It's legal" -- as long as you are a patient with a letter from a registered NYC physician. (PageSix)


Carrie Underwood Returns to the Studio After Face and Wrist Injury. Carrie Underwood is back! In November, the 35-year-old Grammy-winning country music star suffered a "hard fall" on steps outside her home. She broke her wrist and injuring her face, which prompted her to receive more than 40 facial stitches. Since the accident, Underwood has largely kept her face hidden in social media posts, often in creative ways, and has also stayed away from the spotlight. On Wednesday, the singer posted on her Instagram page a black and white profile-angled photo of herself in a recording studio, with half of her face shown. Underwood, who has not released an album since 2015, is staring ahead with her head slightly tilted upward and wearing a ripped hoodie. It is unclear when the photo was taken. In December, a month after Underwood's accident, reality star Adrienne Gang, who appeared on Bravo's Below Deck, shared a photo with the singer following a workout class. She sports a wrist brace in the picture and her face does not look different. Underwood has kept active on Twitter since her accident, most recently expressing love for her husband Mike Fisher and frustration at his NHL team the Nashville Predators' loss to the Florida Panthers on Tuesday. (Eonline)

Justin Timberlake Stops Concert to Make Epic Pregnancy Announcement for Fan. Justin Timberlake brought his concert to a halt to make one lucky fan's dream come true. While performing at Detroit's Little Caesars Arena on Monday, Timberlake spotted Darcell Baxtresser holding a sign that read, "Will you help me announce my pregnancy?" And, of course, the "Man of the Woods" singer was more than happy to oblige, announcing, "Baby Baxtresser arriving November 1." Before resuming the concert, the star brought out the shots to celebrate the "Baby Bax," which he chose as the baby's nickname. The mommy-to-be tells E! News exclusively, "I've loved him since I was 6 years old so if I wanted anyone in the world to announce it, it was him." So when Baxtresser and her friends decided to see his show for a girls' night out, she decided to take the chance despite the fact that she "wasn't going to announce to my family for another couple of weeks." "But I thought, 'Wow! What if this happened?' And then I just decided to try it," she shares with us. And to her surprise, the artist went above and beyond her expectations, with Baxtresser explaining, "I really only expected him to see it and, at best, take a picture with it, but I did not at all expect him to stop the show, literally." She adds, "As soon as it happened, cousins and friends who were at the show were blowing up my phone, so I figured I had to tell my family right away. I group texted my siblings and parents the video and they were all going nuts. I sent it to my husband and he was just like 'Oh wow!!'" Her family wasn't the only ones freaking out she says, "I was shaking, tearing up. Soaking it all in. It was really crazy." Unfortunately, "Baby Bax" won't be named after the famous pop star, but Baxtresser tells us that Timberlake is "more than welcome to be the Godfather! (Eonline)

Bow Wow's new album title is 'suicide' spelled backward. Bow Wow latest album "Edicius" is creating buzz because its title is "suicide" spelled backward. "The meaning means ... to bring yourself back from something," the 31-year-old rapper explained on Twitter. "The name represents relentlessness, coming back for more even after death. Left the old me and woke up a NEW ME." While Bow Wow, whose real name is Shad Moss, claims he's a new person, his recent tweets have many worried. On March 28, a fan tweeted, "@SMoss what do you see yourself in the future?" Bow Wow responded, "Not far. Because my mind telling me I [won't] see 35... my whole life I been paranoid like someone out to get me. Which is crazy. I used to think Id die in LA when I was younger because of big and pac. I use to be terrified as a child. Crazy thoughts." Despite the troubling tweets in recent days, Bow Wow appears to be smitten with a new woman. He shared snaps and video of the pair in the Bahamas. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. They can be reached at 1-800-273-8255. (PageSix)

'The Voice' Recap: Second Night of Knockouts Ends With a Save. The Knockouts continued Tuesday night on NBC's The Voice, with current coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine and Alicia Key joining forces with past Voice winners Chloe Kohanski, Cassadee Pope, Jordan Smith and Chris Blue, respectively. Keys already used her one steal for the round, and Levine used his one save for the round. The 24 artists to advance after this round will compete in the Live Playoffs, singing for America's vote. The first showdown of the night came from Team Kelly. Soulful, young singer Brynn Cartelli faced off with powerhouse vocalist Jamella. Pope was impressed with both artists in rehearsals, and Clarkson coached Jamella on her breathing. The pair seemed evenly matched heading into their knockout. Cartelli sang "Here Comes Goodbye" by Rascal Flatts, bringing experience and depth to her singing despite her young age. She delivered an emotional and entertaining performance and showed a lot of improvement. Jamella sang "Girl Crush" by Little Big Town, and she similarly gave a layered and dynamic performance. Her unique tone sounded great on the song, and she had a lot of confidence. Shelton appreciated Jamella putting her own spin on the song, but Levine said he'd go with Cartelli. Clarkson ultimately chose Brynn, and Jamella was eliminated. Team Blake followed with a knockout between Pryor Baird and Jaron Strom. Baird sang "Will It Go Round in Circles" by Billy Preston. It was a solid performance, and he definitely brings something different to Team Blake, but it wasn't anything too special. His guitar playing did stand out though, and Clarkson and Keys both praised his tone. Strom followed with a much more contemporary performance of "Grenade" by Bruno Mars. His voice was strong, but he succumbed to nerves, and it affected his ability to really put on a show. Shelton picked Baird as the winner, and Strom went home. The last knockout of the night came from Team Alicia. Keys matched Christiana Danielle against Terrance Cunningham. Blue worked with both artists in rehearsal to really find their artistry. Danielle got things started with a bold performance of "Elastic Heart" by Sia, who is always a difficult artist to tackle, but Danielle did it justice, delivering a powerful vocal. Her arrangement slowed things down and made the song a lot more vulnerable, allowing her to really show off her range. Keys is known for helping her artists develop interesting arrangements. Cunningham followed with his performance of "Tell Me Something Good," and he was on par with Danielle, making this easily the best knockout of the night. All of the coaches were impressed with both performances, leaving Keys with a difficult decision to make. Danielle wasn't on the chopping block for long. Keys hit her save button, and Clarkson and Levine both tried to steal. Danielle opted to stay with Keys, so both artists will compete on Team Alicia in the Live Playoffs. The Knockout Round continues next week on The Voice. (Billboard)

Kris Jenner now guiding Kanye and Travis Scott's careers. Kris Jenner is now guiding the careers of two of the rap world's hottest artists -- Kanye West and Travis Scott. Sources tell us that the Kardashian clan momager is behind her son-in-law West's parting ways with his longtime manager Izvor "Izzy" Zivkovic, as well as Scott's leaving his own management team. "They've been off and on for years," said a source of West and Zivkovic. "But Kris is in [West's] ears. Kanye's been making changes and [he and Zivkovic] have grown apart -- but Kris definitely gives her opinion and Kanye's all ears. She's about brand building and is gangster at it," the insider said. "She also told Travis Scott [father of Kris' new granddaughter, Stormi, with Kylie Jenner] to fire Mark Gillespie. They are 100 percent part of that Kardashian-Jenner brand." Scott left Gillespie's Three Six Zero management last month, weeks before West parted ways with Zivkovic. The two rappers have been collaborating together to deliver West a hit, and have been spotted recording in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. (PageSix)

"American Idol" dreamboat Trevor Holmes got sent home by Katy Perry this week -- but he ain't mad at her ... 'cause their viral "flirting" put him and his music on the map. We spoke to Trevor a day after his final episode on 'Idol' aired Monday, in which he got eliminated by the judges ... and had the news delivered by none other than Katy. In case you haven't been following along this season ... Trevor and Katy have sorta had a thang between them since his original audition -- even though he's got a GF, Sierra. In hindsight, Trevor tells us he has no regrets or resentment about being booted -- although he acknowledges the Katy-Sierra "love triangle" being played up screwed with him a bit. Still ... he doesn't have a single bad thing to say about Katy or 'Idol,' adding that the exposure kick-started his music career and put him in the public eye. Put more simply ... THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!! (TMZ)


Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool Makes a Bold Style Statement: "F--k Cancer." Pink really suits Deadpool, doesn't it? Before Deadpool 2 hits theaters May 18, 20th Century Fox is partnering with Omaze to offer fans some one-of-a-kind movie swag, all in the name of helping F--k Cancer, a North American charity focused on early detection, prevention and offering support to those affected by cancer. To promote the initiative, Ryan Reynolds slipped on a custom suit, ditching his character's familiar red look. "Oh! Hello there! You may be wondering, 'Why the pink suit?' Well, so the world can see that I have a big ol' heart-on -- that's heart with a 't' -- for my new obsession: Pink. (The color, not the pop singer.) Personally, I'm more of a Celine kind of guy," the mercenary quips in a promo video. "Pink is tied like a beautiful ribbon to a cause very close to me: Cancer." Deadpool -- who's added a sprinkling of pink decor to his otherwise drab bachelor pad -- then makes an offer to one lucky Omaze winner. "I'm gonna donate the very suit off my back while giving you a chance to own some movie marketing memorabilia," he says. "What you do from there is limited only by your imagination. Will you add it to your weekly wardrobe rotation? Does it become a colorful addition to your S&M dungeon? Or will you simply nail it to a post in order to scare away birds, children and the elderly?" Best of all, he tells fans, "This is one fight where everyone can be a hero. No superpowers, capes or lame CG costumes needed. Just your money." For once, he's for real. "Seriously, we need that," he says. "These suits are not cheap!" The charitable partnership was announced during FX's premiere of the first Deadpool movie. There are donation tiers, and different levels unlock exclusive merchandise: $10 gets 100 entries, $25 gets 250 entries, and so on; some of the in-demand prizes include autographed Deadpool DVDs and Deadpool 2 posters, plus an outgoing voicemail message from Deadpool. A grand prizewinner will be announced after May 21. For more details, visit Omaze. (Eonline)

Dwayne Johnson on Vin Diesel feud: 'I wish him all the best'. More than a year after Dwayne Johnson sparred with Vin Diesel behind the scenes of The Fate of the Furious, the Rampage star is sending his best wishes to his former costar -- though he doesn't exactly hold no ill will. Commenting on their feud in a new interview with Rolling Stone, Johnson said, "Right now I'm concentrating on making the [Fast & Furious] spin-off as good as it can be," referring to his scheduled film with Jason Statham. "But I wish him all the best, and I harbor no ill will there, just because of the clarity we have." He then added, "Actually, you can erase that last part about 'no ill will.' We'll just keep it with the clarity." During production on the franchise's eighth installment in 2016, Johnson made comments on Instagram that referred to some of his male coworkers as "candy asses." He wrote, "When you watch this movie next April and it seems like I'm not acting in some of these scenes and my blood is legit boiling -- you're right." Reports then surfaced that Johnson had been directing those comments to Diesel, who's been the face of the Fast franchise since the beginning. Since then, both actors have addressed the situation without getting too detailed. "I was very clear with what I said. I've been in the game a long time," Johnson told The Los Angeles Times in November 2016. "Would Universal [Pictures] have preferred that didn't happen? Sure, we talked about it. The irony is after that and as they do their tracking and all their analysis, the interest shot through the roof to a whole other level." Johnson confirmed to Rolling Stone that he and Diesel "were not in any scenes together" in The Fate of the Furious and that "clarity" he spoke of earlier came during "a few discussions" and "an important face-to-face" with Diesel in his trailer. "What I came to realize is that we have a fundamental difference in philosophies on how we approach moviemaking and collaborating," the Hobbs actor said. "It took me some time, but I'm grateful for that clarity. Whether we work together again or not." Reps for Diesel did not immediately respond to EW's request for comment, though Diesel himself addressed the matter in a 2017 interview. "I don't think the world really realizes how close we are, in a weird way," he told USA Today of Johnson. "I think some things may be blown out of proportion. I don't think that was his intention. I know he appreciates how much I work [for] this franchise. In my house, he's Uncle Dwayne." "I'm always rooting for Dwayne," he added. "I'm the first multicultural megastar in Hollywood. They didn't exist. To see another multicultural star come up is something I am very proud of." (Entertainment Weekly)

Dwayne Johnson Wants to Marry Frances McDormand. Dwayne Johnson has a major crush -- and it started right around award season! On The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday, the Rampage actor revealed Frances McDormand holds a special place in his heart. Dwayne explained that Frances' interaction with his daughter, after she won a Golden Globe for her performance in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, sparked his crush. Simone Garcia Johnson acted as the Golden Globe Ambassador for the ceremony in January, and one of her responsibilities was to usher the winners off stage after their acceptance speeches. However, what Frances did before and after her speech is what stood out to Dwayne. "Frances wins the Golden Globe...and right before she speaks, she turns around and walks to the back of the stage and shakes Simone's hand out of the blue," Dwayne recalled. He also described the special moment Frances and Simone shared after her speech, saying, "As she's walking off, Frances grabs Simone's hand, and she has the Globe in [one] hand, she has Simone's hand in [her other] hand, and she kisses Simone's hand." Those "beautiful" gestures blew Dwayne away, and now he wants to take their friendship to the next level. The actor joked, "I gotta say this to the world who's watching: Frances, we're gonna have to exchange numbers because -- just between you and I, I know no one else is watching -- we're gonna get married." While the love is likely mutual, both stars are happily taken. McDormand has been married to her director husband Joel Coen for 34 years, while Johnson is expecting his second daughter with partner Lauren Hashian. Dwayne also opened up to Ellen about his growing family. "In about three weeks, Lauren and I are going to have our second baby, and it'll be my third daughter," he said. "I'm lucky -- I can't make boys. Not that I want to." While he's excited about adding another sibling to the family, his 2-year-old daughter isn't so sure. "Every day, she points to mommy's belly and says, 'There's my little sister,'" he said. Recently, though, she firmly told Dwayne, "'I don't want a baby sister."' Despite the little one's reservations, Ellen had only positive thoughts on Dwayne's growing brood, saying, "Lucky girls to have you as a dad." (Eonline)

Cameron Crowe signs on to produce David Crosby doc. Cameron Crowe has signed on to produce BMG's documentary about David Crosby, the mustachioed one-third of the great Crosby Stills & Nash classic rock trio. The film will be directed by A.J. Eaton. "It's just such a compelling story," said Crowe. "David Crosby has been near the forefront of music and social change for the last four decades. Now 76, he's forging a new path by seeking out younger musicians and trying to make a mark in a world now so different from the generation he came to define in the '60s." Crowe said the untitled doc will be "a raw and moving portrait, rough edges and all," and that Eaton has been "filming Croz for the last several years." The Crosby film will be produced by Michele Farinola for PCH Films and Greg Mariotti for Vinyl Films, in addition to Crowe. Executive producers include Justus Haerder and Kathy Rivkin-Daum for BMG, Jill Mazursky, Norm Waitt and James Keach for PCH Films is financier and executive producer of the film, with all rights available worldwide. The film, already in production, will be Eaton's first feature documentary. BMG released Crosby's 2017 album "Sky Trails," his third album of original material in four years. His band Sky Trails includes his son James Raymond, who also produced the album. Crowe himself has conducted multiple interviews with Crosby that will be used in the doc. His previous musical documentaries include "Pearl Jam Twenty" and "The Union," featuring Elton John and Leon Russell. Justus Haerder, BMG SVP, said Crowe "is the perfect complement to Crosby, A.J. and our entire team. There's an incredible story to be told here and we are thrilled to have him on board helping bring such an insightful film to life." Crosby rose to fame as a member of The Byrds, but of course is best known for Crosby Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young), a group that has had numerous interpersonal ups and downs over the decades currently, and according to Graham Nash, permanently, down. In 1982, Crosby did time in a Texas prison for possession of heroin and cocaine. (PageSix)


Jennifer Lopez's Shades of Blue Ending With Season 3. Jennifer Lopez is hanging up her gun and badge -- Shades of Blue is ending with its 10-episode third season. The new season, which also stars Ray Liotta, premieres Sunday, June 17 at 10 p.m. on NBC. In a press release, NBC said, "the storyline brings Lopez's complex character to a fitting resolution" and noted Lopez will still be involved with the network's competition series World of Dance. Lopez currently has a slate of films ahead of her and is doing a residency in Las Vegas. "I have enjoyed producing and starring in this beautifully complicated world and playing such an empowering yet flawed character -- a women, a detective, but, first and foremost, a mother," Lopez said in a statement. "Now looking at it with a little distance, playing Harlee strengthened me and helped me grow into a more self-assured woman. It's crazy how some parts permeate your soul and change you forever and for that I am grateful. We crafted a poetic three-season arc on how her journey ends, which is true redemption," Lopez continued. "The way only Harlee could have done it -- the hard way, the road less traveled. I thank NBC and all the talented actors, writers, crew and producers for going on this journey with us!" The series follows Harlee Santos (Lopez) a single mother and police detective. Liotta stars as Lt. Matt Wozniak, who often leads his team outside the parameters of law and order. Drea de Matteo, Dayo Okeniyi, Vincent Laresca, Hampton Fluker and Sarah Jeffery also star. Nick Wechsler of Revenge is a recurring guest star. Lopez serves as an executive producer alongside showrunner Jack Orman, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Benny Medina, Ryan Seacrest and Nina Wass. "We are very proud that this remarkable series attracted iconic stars like the incomparable Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta to broadcast television," Lisa Katz, co-president of scripted programming at NBC Entertainment, said in a statement. "We are so grateful for all the hard work and dedication of Jack Orman and his incredible producers as well as the entire cast and crew." Shades of Blue returns Sunday, June 17 at 10 p.m. on NBC. (Eonline)

Helen Hunt's Mad About You Revival Update: "We Just Don't Want to Wreck It and Make It Sucky." Will & Grace made a splashy return. Roseanne's first episode in 20 years broke recent ratings records. CBS is already prepping for the return of Murphy Brown. Next up? Possibly Mad About You -- if they get the story right, Helen Hunt said. While appearing on The Late Late Show With James Corden, Hunt provided an update on the rumored Mad About You revival. In fact, the morning of her appearance on Late Late Show, she was working on the revival with Paul Reiser at her kitchen table. "In the tradition of not wanting it to suck, we would like to do it, although we felt very proud of what we did, we just don't want to wreck it and make it sucky" Hunt said. "That's the goal, really." Hunt asked James Corden to come over and help them pitch ideas for what Paul and Jamie Buchman are up to now. "Would anybody care at all? And the hope is, yes, they would," she said about bringing the beloved sitcom back. "We hope it will happen, very much so," Hunt said when asked to clear up what she was saying. Mad About You aired seven seasons on NBC from 1992-1999. Reiser, who recently appeared in Stranger Things, co-created the sitcom with Danny Jacobson. The show followed newlyweds Paul and Jamie through their daily lives and also starred Anne Ramsay, Leila Kenzle, John Pankow and Richard Kind. When E! News spoke with Reiser at the Stranger Things season two premiere, he was open about a desire to revive the series. "I've thought about. I always said no to a reunion or a reboot and now that everybody keeps asking, it's possible... I always said if there's a reason for it, if there's a story to tell," Reiser told E! News. From what Hunt said, it sounds like they're still hammering out that story to tell. The actress won four Emmys for her work on the series. (Eonline)

Cheating Rumors Are Putting Megan's Career in Jeopardy on The Arrangement: "If I Was a Man, No One Would Care." In Hollywood, your reputation is everything and having Kyle West (Josh Henderson) on your arm does not exclude you from the industry's nasty rumor mill. In the clip from Sunday's The Arrangement, Megan Morrison (Christine Evangelista) gets a visit from her agent at Creative Partners while on the set of Technicolor Highway and she's not exactly happy with the new cheating rumors surrounding the actress and her co-star Xavier Hughes (Ruffin Prentiss). "We were scheduling your screen test for Agent Jane when the story broke. Now they're quiet, they're hedging," the agent says. "So they're buying into the rumors? This is so high school," Megan complains. "Is it?" her agent snaps back. "Let's review your last year: you had a nude photo scandal, fired from a movie, you're friends with porn stars and you did pass out at that event where you were being honored. Is that what you were like in high school? 'Cause I wouldn't have hung out with you." Despite what Megan thinks, her agent continues to stress the importance of popularity in the acting business. "You think popularity is trite, but popularity is our business. The girl with the arranged marriage and the affair doesn't get to be prom queen," the Creative Partners head stresses. "Bulls--t rumors are trite. And if I was a man, no one would care," Megan interjects. It looks like if Megan wants to land Agent Jane and advance her career, she's going to have to get out from under this cheating narrative and fast! Brand new episode of The Arrangement Sunday at 9 p.m., on E! (Eonline)

King Robert Makes His Boldest Power Play Yet on The Royals: Dissolving the Government! He's in total control now. King Robert (Max Brown) is playing the ultimate hand on this week's episode of The Royals. We knew he had something to do with the blackout, and now his ultimate goal is becoming clear. He may be evil, but he's an evil genius. "For too long our government has been failing us. In the past week, they have failed us most grievously," he says during an impromptu news telecast. "I no longer trust that they have the interest of the people at heart. A people I'm sworn to protect as defender of the realm." While the rest of his family watches from across the palace, no one is quite sure what his next move is, but it's sure to be a big one. "Our noble constitution contains a provision. An emergency power granted to the monarchy in times of great trouble," he shares. "If parliament fails, and they certainly have, then the king is compelled to command that parliament stand down until such a time as good efficient government can be restored. Therefore, as is my solemn duty per the constitution, I hereby announce that parliament is dissolved. From now on, the mantle of power rests entirely on me," he assures the people. Let's just say, no one saw that one coming! "Holy s--t," a shocked Queen Helena (Elizabeth Hurley) exclaims. But Cyrus (Jake Maskall) had a bit of a different take. "That brilliant bastard," he shares with Prince Liam (William Moseley). The fate of the palace might be in the hands of a mad man. Brand new episode of The Royals Sunday at 10 p.m., on E! (Eonline)

'Felicity' cast set for 20th anniversary reunion. A reunion celebrating the 20th anniversary of the premiere of "Felicity" is among the events that have been added to the lineup of the ATX Television Festival, which is set for June 7-10 in Austin. Also planned: a tribute to original "Roseanne" executive producer Marcy Carsey, who will receive this year's ATX Award in Television Excellence. The reunion panel for "Felicity," which ran four seasons on the WB from 1998-2002, will include cast members Keri Russell, Scott Speedman, Tangi Miller, Amanda Foreman, Amy Jo Johnson and Ian Gomez, along with director-producer Lawrence Trilling. More panelists are expected to be added. The fest, in its seventh year, will also host a world premiere sneak peek of FX's "Sons of Anarchy" spinoff "Mayans MC" on June 8, with co-creators Kurt Sutter and Elgin James, executive producer/director Norberto Barba and cast members expected as part of the Republic of Texas Motorcycle Rally in downtown Austin. A screening of an exclusive clip and Q&A panel at the Paramount Theatre will follow that evening. Also added: a panel on HBO's comedies "High Maintenance" and "Crashing;" a "TGIHulu" panel repping Hulu's library programming from the '90s "TGIF" comedy block including "Boy Meets World," "Perfect Strangers," "Family Matters," "Step By Step" and "Sabrina the Teenage Witch;" and a "Wynonna Earp" panel from Syfy and IDW Entertainment ahead of its third season. Carsey and her Carsey-Werner Company, along with fellow producer Tom Werner, executive produced "Roseanne," "The Cosby Show," "A Different World," "Third Rock from the Sun" and "That 70's Show." As part of the honor she will take part in a conversation spanning her career. (PageSix)

A "Stranger Things" casting call looks like a smoking gun in a lawsuit accusing show creators, the Duffer brothers, of ripping off a short film -- because it's black and white proof they jacked the film's title. We've obtained the casting call, from Aug. 2015, for the role of "Barbara." It includes the following, "You have a self-tape request for the Netflix series 'Montauk' starring Winona Ryder." The references to Barb (the description's hilarious and dead-on) and Winona make it clear this was "Stranger Things." The document also lists Matt and Ross Duffer as writers and directors of the series. TMZ broke the story, the bros were sued by Charlie Kessler, who says he not only made a short film about top secret government experiments entitled "Montauk" ... but he pitched the Duffers a project based on his film. The timing of the casting call is also super suspect. Kessler says his pitch meeting with the Duffers went down in April 2014. They did NOT strike a deal, but lo and behold, in August 2015 the Duffers were casting for their series, "Montauk." Netflix had even proudly announced in April 2015 they were buying the series WITH that title. So, neither the Duffers nor Netflix was bashful about copying Kessler's title ... at the very least. Whether they copied his script could fall to a jury, with the casting call being exhibit A. (TMZ)

CNN Criticized for "Sexist" Coverage of YouTube Shooting. After it was reported that the suspect who opened fire at YouTube headquarters was a woman, the network's coverage turned to speculation of "love triangles" and possible relationships. Several viewers and Twitter on Tuesday users took issue with CNN's on-air coverage of the active shooter situation at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California. Midday Tuesday, a shooter opened fire at the company, according to Police Chief Ed Barberini. Hundreds of employees evacuated the building and several victims were taken to area hospitals. The suspect died of a gunshot wound. After local authorities confirmed the suspect was a woman, CNN's screen read, "Female Suspect Dead," and on-air personalities speculated as to reasons for the incident. One personality, CNN's crime and justice reporter Shimon Prokupecz, speculated on The Situation Room that the motivation for the shooting was "perhaps a love triangle." Ongoing conversations centered on the possibility of the shooter reacting to a relationship gone bad. The coverage was immediately called out as odd on Twitter, with many pointing out Porkupecz's "love triangle" remark in particular. CNN has not responded to The Hollywood Reporter's request for comment. (Hollywood Reporter)


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