Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Are Engaged. Congratulations are in order for Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra! E! News has learned that the famous duo is engaged after two months of dating. And while the newly engaged couple has been hot on the scene for a short while, it seems as though Nick knew fairly early on that his leading lady was the one. Earlier this month, the singer shut down the Tiffany & Co. store in London to check out diamond engagement rings for his future wife. Nick and Priyanka first sparked rumors of a romance back at the 2017 Met Gala, where they walked the red carpet together. However, fans really started to question their relationship status in May after the celebs were spotted spending a lot of quality time together in Los Angeles. And ever since then, the two have been nearly inseparable on both coasts, in Europe and India during a trip to meet her family and to celebrate one of her close friend's weddings. This will be the first marriage for both stars. Nick was previously linked to Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez and was rumored to have been dating Kate Hudson back in 2015. Here's to the future Mr. and Mrs. Jonas and to a beautiful, celebrity-filled wedding in the future! People first reported the news. (Eonline)

Bella Hadid and The Weeknd Are "Exclusively" Back Together: What's Different This Time. We could feel it coming: Bella Hadid and The Weeknd are back together again. Sources tell E! News the couple is "exclusively dating and are in a great place," after breaking up nearly two years ago. "Abel realized once he started dating around, that he actually is still in love with Bella, and they reconnected," the insider explained. Fans of The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, will remember that the artist briefly dated Selena Gomez until October of last year. However, sources told E! News in April that Bella "never really lost feeling for Abel and had hope they would eventually get back together." And after "secretly seeing each other" these past few months, the model's wish came true. "Things have been going really well. They have been inseparable and have been truly working with each other's schedules to make it work," the source divulged. The person close to the couple added that since their rumored make-out sesh at Coachella, "They haven't had more than a few weeks apart. Abel flies to wherever Bella is working since he had a gap in his tour and has been very accommodating." "They have been vacationing a lot together as well and spending time together as a couple before he starts performing again," with the couple most recently hanging out together in Tokyo. Not to forget the numerous sightings of the duo smooching in Cannes and their romantic rendezvous in Paris. And luckily, "they have a lot of the same friends and their lifestyles really work for them. They both love to see new places and have new experiences and definitely share that commonality." Their decision to make things official comes as no surprise to Bella's family, who the source reports is "really happy about them being back together in full-force." They added, "Everyone around them always knew it was a matter of time and knew the undeniable bond that they had when they were together. They always drifted back in the same places so it was a matter of time before they decided to commit to each other again." Following their fun-filled trip to Tokyo, the model and her boyfriend will be returning to the Big Apple for work, but with the couple making things official there will surely be more opportunities to see the love birds together again. (Eonline)

Gwyneth Paltrow is having a bit of pre-wedding jitters! The 45-year-old actress, who is engaged to marry producer Brad Falchuk, opened up about her prospective on love and marriage to Sarah Jessica Parker on a new episode of her weekly goop podcast. "I'm about to get married again," Paltrow stated at the beginning of the podcast, adding that while she's "a little scared," she's also "very optimistic." "I think you should be [optimistic]," the 53-year-old Sex and the City alum replied, explaining that Paltrow is in a completely different place now than when she was getting ready to marry her first husband Chris Martin over a decade ago. "You're a grown-up woman and you're making a choice for entirely different reasons. Perspective and life experience is everything," Parker remarked. "I think the value of being a sophisticated woman and choosing marriage is promising, don't you?" Agreeing, Paltrow commented on how difficult it is to choose the right partner when you get married at a young age. "It's such a crazy game of chance because who knows if you're going to grow in parallel, if your paths are going to diverge, [or] what's going to happen," she said. Paltrow and Falchuk first met in 2010 when she made a guest appearance on Glee as Holly Holliday, a role for which she won an Emmy Award. The two officially started dating in the summer of 2014 and confirmed their engagement in January in Goop Magazine's Sex & Love issue. While details about her upcoming nuptials remain unknown, the pair are set to tie the knot later this year. She previously married the Coldplay frontman in 2003, before announcing they were "consciously uncoupling" in March 2014. The amicable exes share daughter Apple, 14, and son Moses, 12. Paltrow went on to ask Parker, who has been married to Matthew Broderick since 1997, if she had any insight on "the things that keep people growing together." "I'm not sure," Parker replied, adding that something she's noticed recently is that while there are always going to be things about your partner that irritate you, getting upset about the small things doesn't really matter in the long run. "Yeah it bothers me," she explained. "But I also try to remember or think of how many things I do that must really bother him." Paltrow went on to add that as she gets older, she's come to view intimate relationships as "a study into everything that's wrong with you." "You can sort of convince yourself, 'Uh, this person is irritating,' but it's like, 'Why is that triggering? What am I projecting? What is still not healed with me.'" (People)

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Cheer as Daughter James Is Heard at Taylor Swift Concert. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds left the kids at home for a date night at their friend Taylor Swift's concert in Massachusetts on Saturday, but their daughter James still made her voice heard. Literally. The 3-year-old's voice is heard on the intro to the singer's song "Gorgeous" and it was one of the tracks she performed at the show at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. Lively whipped out her phone in anticipation of the moment and she and Reynolds adorably freaked out when they heard their daughter's voice echo across the stadium's speakers. Their reaction was caught on camera and went viral. Lively and Reynolds, who also share 1-year-old daughter Ines, watched the concert from the front rows while, at times, dancing together and showing some sweet PDA. They sat next to another member of Swift's famous squad, longtime bestie Gigi Hadid, who was also spotted at two of the singer's previous Reputation tour concerts earlier this month. Lively and Reynolds became friends with Swift a couple of years ago. They attended her famous star-studded 2016 Fourth of July party at her beachfront home in Rhode Island, as did Hadid. Lively was pregnant with Ines during the bash. Swift attended her baby shower in August 2016 and visited the family in the hospital after the actress gave birth the following month. Weeks later, she visited them at their suburban home about 35 miles north of New York City. (Eonline)

Karlie Kloss converted to Judaism to marry Josh Kushner. Karlie Kloss is kosher, a family insider confirms. The supermodel just got engaged to Josh Kushner, the brother of Jared Kushner, whose wife Ivanka Trump converted to Orthodox Judaism before their marriage in 2009. But Kloss converted in early June, the insider said. Ivanka studied for her conversion at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun on East 85th Street, but it is not known where Kloss was instructed. Ivanka and Jared keep kosher and observe the Sabbath. From Friday night until sundown on Saturday, they put aside their cellphones and disconnect from the rest of the world. Rabbi Shmuley Boteach told me, "The Kushners are deeply observant. Charlie Kushner has an afternoon prayer service in his office every day." Boteach, author of "Kosher Sex," said of Jared and Ivanka, "They are the first kosher couple in the White House. Ivanka has proven to everyone that her conversion was transformative. She's a Jewish woman. She's a role model." Ivanka, who sends her 7-year-old daughter Arabella to a Jewish day school in DC, told Vogue three years ago, "It's been such a great life decision for me .?.?. I really find that with Judaism, it creates an amazing blueprint for family connectivity." (PageSix)

Betty White reveals she has no plans to retire at age 96. At age 96, Betty White has zero plans to retire. The Hollywood icon is the subject of a new PBS documentary, titled "Betty White: First Lady of Television," which details her rise to stardom as a beloved actress and comedienne. Steven J. Boettcher, who co-directed the film, revealed that after nearly 80 years in showbiz, White still loves working. "She told me, 'I'm going to be in the saddle forever,'" Boettcher recently told Closer Weekly. "She loves working; she loves the challenge. She's someone that we're all better off for that she's lived this long." While the film is set to premiere on August 21, White and her closest friends had the chance to see it back in January during her birthday celebration. "It was at her party with 400 of her closest friends," said Boettcher. "When it was over, she asked, 'Does it have too much Betty White?' It was so cute!" White, who has been acting since her early 20s, was eager to let viewers know that she takes nothing for granted. "I got an award for everything: inhaling, exhaling," she joked. "I've been so spoiled rotten. I'm the luckiest old broad on two feet. Truly! I've always been working at something." Boettcher said it took 10 years to complete the upcoming movie, giving him a personal and extensive look at White's life and career. "We spent a great deal of time with her [on this project' and she never said a bad word about anyone," he explained. "Through her career, every cast and crew member loved working with her. She'd remember every one of those names, their kids and most importantly, the names of their pets!" Back in January while celebrating her birthday, White told Parade Magazine she always had dreams of becoming a star and she visited numerous Hollywood studios during her 20s in hopes of making her mark. However, she was frequently turned down for being "unphotogenic." That didn't stop White. "You just keep plugging away," she said at the time. "You don't give up." Her persistence has paid off. She got her big break in the TV series "Life with Elizabeth," which aired from 1952 until 1955. She was also a regular guest on the hit game show "Password" from 1961 until 1975, where she met the love of her life, host Allen Ludden. They were married from 1963 until his death in 1981 at age 63 from cancer. "Not long enough," she said about her relationship with Ludden. White never remarried and instead, remained a proud stepmother to Ludden's three children from his first marriage. And she has stayed busy. In addition to acting, White has served for more than four decades as a trustee and on the board of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association. According to the six-time Emmy winner and last living star from the hit '80s sitcom "The Golden Girls," the secret to success is enjoying life. "Accentuate the positive, not the negative," she explained. "It sounds so trite, but a lot of people will pick out something to complain about, rather than say, 'Hey, that was great!' It's not hard to find great stuff if you look." White said she also loves vodka and hot dogs "probably in that order." She also insisted there is nothing about her career she would want to repeat. "I don't have time to miss much," said White. "Because I'm still working. I just love to work, so I'll keep working until they stop asking." And White already has a future project in mind. She has yet to co-star alongside her big-screen idol, Robert Redford. "Oh, there's an idea!" she exclaimed. "That could be a very good idea!" (PageSix)

Will Smith is ready to write a book. Will Smith and "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F�k" s*elf-help author Mark Manson are collaborating on a book. After a publishing source told Page Six about the project this week and we reached out to Smith's rep for comment -- the movie star announced the book in a video message. "I'm writing a book! I got years and years of stuff I want to say, and I'm finally going to write a book for y'all," the movie star posted in an Instagram video with Manson. Smith asked Manson in the video, "Are you feeling confident? Are you feeling like we'll be able to do transcendent art with this book?" Manson replied: "I spent the last six months with crippling anxiety, but today I feel great." Smith revealed that "We're going to be meeting with five publishers... we're gonna pick one. And if I had to take a guess, I feel very confident that we're gonna go with the highest bidder... I'm just saying." When we asked Smith's reps about the project earlier, we were told that the star and the author, "are meeting and talking but nothing is locked." But Smith then publicly announced the project and revealed it is going out to publishers, and that the pair's been working on it for months. (Seems pretty "locked" to us?) A source told Page Six of the project, "It's supposedly going to be a memoir slash inspirational book." Manson's "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck" has sold 3 million copies and was No. 1 on the Best Seller list. Critics have called it, "full of counterintuitive suggestions that often make great sense, is a pleasure to read and worthy of rereading. A good yardstick by which self-improvement books should be measured." Publishers should be lining up for his Smith collaboration. Manson did not get back to us. And though Smith has yet to write a book, the star has already inspired a number of motivational, independently published fan tomes by others with titles such as, "Will Smith's Rules for Success." (PageSix)

Chrissy Teigen Slams Meghan Markle's Father Over 'Embarrassing' Comments: 'This Guy Sucks'. Chrissy Teigen has had it with Meghan Markle's father. Following Thomas Markle's interview with The Mail on Sunday, in which he continued to express frustration over the lack of contact with his daughter since she married Prince Harry, the 32-year-old cookbook author asked: "What is wrong with him?" "This guy... this guy sucks," she wrote on Twitter, alongside screenshots from the article -- including one pointing out how Thomas claimed that Harry's late mother Princess Diana "would have loathed the way I've been treated." "What's wrong with him? Let your daughter be happy, please," she remarked, adding, "This is embarrassing." During the interview, which was published this weekend, Thomas called the Duchess of Sussex "cold" and claimed he now has "no way of contacting my daughter" because "she's cut me off completely." "She'd be nothing without me. I made her the Duchess she is today," he continued, adding that "it would be easier for Meghan if I died" because "everybody would be filled with sympathy with her." Although Thomas told The Sun on Sunday earlier this month that he was done giving interviews, he has already broken this promise multiple times, even telling TMZ last week that he didn't plan on disappearing. "Tomorrow is my birthday, 74 years old, and I'm enjoying the fact that I can make the entire royal family not speak and maybe I can get a laugh out of the duchess," he said. Thomas, who lives in Mexico, initially decided not to attend his daughter's wedding after his arrangement with a paparazzi to stage several photoshoots ahead of the big day was revealed. The next day, he said that he would attend the Windsor wedding -- only if doctors signed off on him traveling after he reportedly suffered a heart attack. However, two days before the wedding, Meghan confirmed in an official statement that her father would not walk her down the aisle due to health problems. Earlier this month, Thomas also told The Sun that he doesn't think his daughter is having the easiest time adjusting to her new role as a member of the royal family. Although, in the same interview, he admitted that he had not spoken to his daughter since the May 19 wedding. "My thing about my daughter right now is that I think she is terrified. I see it in her eyes, I see it in her face and I see it in her smile," he said. "I've seen her smile for years. I know her smile. I don't like the one I'm seeing now. This one isn't even a stage smile -- this is a pained smile." However, Priyanka Chopra recently told PEOPLE that her close friend is loving her new life as a royal. "She's doing amazing," said the actress, who was part of the star-studded guest list at the couple's wedding. "It's so nice to see." (People)

Demi Lovato could have died Tuesday from her overdose -- it was that serious -- sources connected to the singer tell TMZ. We're told the 911 call did not come a minute too soon, because Demi was in dire straits. "She could have died," said a source with firsthand knowledge. Demi was unconscious when she was discovered at around 11:30 AM and the 911 call was placed. TMZ broke the story ... Demi received Narcan to counter the effects of opioids. As we reported, Demi and those who were at the house refused to disclose the drug or drugs that caused her to OD. TMZ obtained the 911 call ... in which the person at Demi's home asked the dispatcher if the emergency vehicles could come without sirens -- presumably because they wanted to keep the OD on the down-low. The dispatcher informed the caller the sirens would stay on. Demi remains hospitalized. We're told those around her want her to enter a rehab facility when she's released, but ultimately the decision is squarely hers. (TMZ)

Demi Lovato showed no real signs of trouble -- at least visually -- hours before she overdosed. This video was shot Monday night at Saddle Ranch on the Sunset Strip, where Demi and others celebrated the birthday of Dani Vitale ... one of Demi's backup dancers. She just kinda stares at the birthday cake, so it's hard to know what state she was in. As TMZ reported, people who observed Demi at Saddle Ranch saw no real signs she was under the influence of drugs ... she was laughing and smiling during the party, according to those present. Demi took the party home, and at around 11:30 Tuesday morning her assistant went into Demi's bedroom and found her unconscious. TMZ broke the story, Demi had OD'd and she had to be revived with Narcan. (TMZ)

Demi Lovato didn't "suffer an overdose" -- she caused it -- so says a famed interventionist. Jeff VanVonderen -- who appeared on the A&E show "Intervention" -- says Demi's alarming relapse resulted from choosing to stop using the tools that kept her sober. It's tough love for sure, but Jeff says it's all in Demi's hands. The good news ... he says she was able to use the tools to stay clean for 6 years, so she can do it again if she puts her mind to it. TMZ broke the story ... Demi was in dire straits when she OD'd earlier this week in her Hollywood Hills home. Paramedics found her unconscious and, when she regained consciousness, she refused to tell EMTs what drug caused the 911 emergency. Demi remains in the hospital and it's unclear how she feels about reentering rehab. (TMZ)

Nicolas Cage and his GF got so loud at a five-star hotel, cops had to come riding in to the rescue. Sources tell us Nic was staying at the Fairmont Banff Springs hotel in Alberta, Canada Tuesday after he wrapped filming on a movie up North. We're told someone called in a noise complaint that night, claiming things were getting outta hand in Nic's room. First, hotel security came up and told them to keep it down. We're told Nic happily obliged, but some other guest went straight to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police -- 'cause officers responded after midnight. Not on horseback, bro. In case ya don't know, the RCMP have cars now. Luckily for Nic, nothing came of it ... law enforcement tells us no arrests were made. Case closed. No horses mounted. (TMZ)

Ed Westwick will not face charges in three different alleged sexual assaults ... due to insufficient evidence and in one case, because the alleged victim couldn't be reached. According to new legal docs -- obtained by TMZ -- 3 alleged victims accused the actor of sexual assault at 3 different times in 2014. Two of them ID'd potential witnesses but prosecutors say those witnesses could not provide sufficient evidence to get a conviction. As for the third case ... cops were unable to get in touch with the alleged victim for a follow-up investigation. Prosecutors say there were additional accusers, but all of the alleged acts were outside of the statute of limitations. UPDATE: Westwick's lawyer, Blair Berk, tells TMZ, "The evidence was clear from the start that each of the allegations made by these three women were absolutely untrue. It is a shame there are those who prejudged this case and that it took over 8 months for Ed to be officially cleared of all of these charges. I hope that those who made such quick judgment here not knowing anything about the abundant evidence of innocence in this case will hesitate next time before they so publicly accuse someone who has committed no wrongdoing." (TMX)

The son of famed wrestler Jerry Lawler tried to hang himself Saturday night and he is now on life support ... TMZ Sports has learned. Brian Christopher Lawler, once a wrestler himself, attempted to commit suicide in his jail cell outside Memphis. TMZ Sports broke the story ... Brian was arrested earlier this month for DUI after leading cops on a chase. The 46-year-old, who went by Grandmaster Sexay in the WWE, was found in his cell by guards and taken to a hospital ... where he was placed on life support. We have not been able to determine the true gravity of his condition, but what we're hearing it is dire. In his WWE days, Lawler teamed up with Scotty 2 Hotty and the 2 became extremely popular. We've reached out to Jerry Lawler and his family ... so far, no word back. (TMZ)

The CEO of CBS is being accused of sexual misconduct ... and the network says it's investigating and the allegations are being taken seriously. Les Moonves is being accused of unwanted kissing and touching 20 years ago in an article -- written by Ronan Farrow -- set to be published Friday in the New Yorker, according to the Hollywood Reporter. CBS says its Independent Directors teams is looking into the claim and "Upon the conclusion of that investigation ... the Board will promptly review the findings and take appropriate action." Meanwhile, CBS stock has plummeted in wake of the news ... losing about 7 percent of its value. By the way ... Farrow's name might sound familiar -- his reporting of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sordid history of sexual assault won him a Pulitzer Prize. (TMZ)

Julie Chen Defends Husband Les Moonves After 6 Women Accuse Him of Sexual Misconduct. Julie Chen is speaking out about the sexual misconduct allegations made against her husband, CBS CEO Leslie Moonves. On Friday, Chen released a statement on Twitter supporting her husband in the wake of the allegations brought against him by six women. "I have known my husband, Leslie Moonves, since the late '90s, and I have been married to him for almost 14 years. Leslie is a good man and a loving father, devoted husband and inspiring corporate leader," she tweeted. "He has always been a kind, decent and moral human being," she continued. "I fully support my husband and stand behind him and his statement." In a piece by Ronan Farrow in The New Yorker published Friday, six women -- including actress Illeana Douglas and writer Janet Jones -- who professionally dealt with Moonves between the 1980s and late aughts, have accused him of sexual misconduct. "Six women who had professional dealings with him told me that ... Moonves sexually harassed them. Four described forcible touching or kissing during business meetings, in what they said appeared to be a practiced routine. Two told me that Moonves physically intimidated them or threatened to derail their careers," Farrow writes in his piece. "All said that he became cold or hostile after they rejected his advances, and that they believed their careers suffered as a result." In a statement to The New Yorker, Moonves admitted to acting inappropriately in the past. "Throughout my time at CBS, we have promoted a culture of respect and opportunity for all employees and have consistently found success elevating women to top executive positions across our company. I recognize that there were times decades ago when I may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances," he said. "Those were mistakes, and I regret them immensely. But I always understood and respected -- and abided by the principle -- that 'no' means 'no,' and I have never misused my position to harm or hinder anyone's career. This is a time when we all are appropriately focused on how we help improve our society, and we at CBS are committed to being part of the solution," he continued. Chen, 48, and Moonves, 68, married in 2004 and share 8-year-old son Charlie. The CBS executive was previously married to Nancy Wiesenfeld. Chen is the host of Big Brother and one of the cohosts of The Talk, both of which air on CBS. The CBS board issued a statement to CNBC, writing, "All allegations of personal misconduct are to be taken seriously." "The Independent Directors of CBS have committed to investigating claims that violate the Company's clear policies in that regard. Upon the conclusion of that investigation, which involves recently reported allegations that go back several decades, the Board will promptly review the findings and take appropriate action," the statement reads. Reps for Moonves, CBS, Farrow and The New Yorker did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. Moonves has been in a legal battle with Shari Redstone, the controlling shareholder in both CBS and Viacom. CBS sued her over her decision to merge CBS with the Redstone family-controlled trust, National Amusements Inc. She, in turn, sued Moonves claiming he didn't have the right to strip her control of the network. "The timing of this report comes in the midst of the Company's very public legal dispute," CBS's statement to CNBC acknowledged. "While that litigation process continues, the CBS management team has the full support of the independent board members. Along with that time, we will continue to focus on creating value for our shareholders." Farrow was the man behind some of the original reports that helped uncover the sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein (all of which he denies). For that report, Farrow was awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. (People)

No good vibrations here -- longtime Beach Boys member David Marks was arrested in a domestic dispute with his wife, but it sounds like she was the instigator ... according to law enforcement. We're told police responded to a dispute earlier this month in the San Fernando Valley between David and his wife, Carrieann Marks. After investigating, cops placed both David and Carrieann in cuffs and hauled them off to jail. David was arrested and booked for resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer -- a misdemeanor -- and Carrieann got busted for domestic violence against a spouse ... also a misdemeanor. They didn't look too happy in their mug shots ... usually no one is. The details of the incident in question remain unclear. However, Carrieann tells TMZ that the whole thing was a misunderstanding, and "we are happier than ever." She says they have plans to celebrate David's 70th birthday in the South of France next month -- and neither have any plans of pressing charges. (TMZ)

Michael Lohan called cops to report his wife, Kate Major Lohan, was drunk and on the attack. Lindsay Lohan's father made the call Thursday night, telling the 911 operator Kate had been drinking heavily, which caused her to break his cell phone and also throw a glass candle holder at him. Michael makes it clear ... he's afraid of her and didn't know what Kate would do next. He was actually sitting in his car making the call. He told the operator all about Kate's history of arrests and warned that there were knives in the house, which she had threatened him with in the past. As we reported, police showed up and arrested Kate for simple battery. (TMZ)

Alan O'Neill died from drinking too much and from the injuries he suffered in a nasty fall. The L.A. County Coroner's Office confirms the "Sons of Anarchy" actor died of chronic alcohol overconsumption. According to the Coroner's report ... other significant factors in his death include blunt force head trauma and heart disease. The Coroner's Office tells TMZ ... O'Neill had fallen at home while drunk. The death has been ruled an accident. We broke the story ... O'Neill's girlfriend found his body when she went to his home on June 6. The Irish-born actor had been working steadily in Hollywood since the '90s. Most notably, he played Hugh on seasons 6 and 7 of "Sons of Anarchy," ... as well as Keith McGrath in "Fair City." His cause of death was first reported by People. Alan was 47. (TMZ)

Tina Turner Spreads Her Son's Ashes After His Apparent Suicide. Tina Turner recently faced her "saddest moment as a mother." The iconic performer braved a personal tragedy earlier this month when her firstborn son, Craig Turner, passed away of an apparent suicide on July 3. A spokesperson with the Los Angeles County Coroner confirmed to E! News at the time that Craig died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Authorities pronounced Turner dead at 12:38 p.m. after his body was discovered inside his Studio City, Calif. residence. He was 59 years old. Just a few weeks later, the songstress joined family and friends to say their final goodbye to Craig by scattering his ashes. Commenting publicly on the loss for the first time, Tina tweeted early Friday and shared a photo of herself in a dark-colored outfit dropping a rose into the ocean from the side of a boat. "On Thursday, July 19 2018, I said my final goodbye to my son, Craig Raymond Turner, when I gathered with family and friends to scatter his ashes off the coast of California," she wrote. "He was fifty-nine when he died so tragically, but he will always be my baby." Craig was the first of two sons Tina gave birth to. She welcomed him in August 1958 with late saxophonist, Raymond Hill. She later gave birth to her second son Ronald Turner, her first with Ike Turner, in October 1960. Our thoughts our with Craig's family and friends during this difficult time. (Eonline)


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