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Surprise! Elizabeth Olsen Is Engaged to Musician Robbie Arnett, Says Source. Elizabeth Olsen and Robbie Arnett are engaged after three years of dating, a source tells PEOPLE. Wedding bells will soon be ringing for Elizabeth Olsen! The Marvel actress, 30, is engaged to Milo Greene frontman Robbie Arnett after three years of dating, a source tells PEOPLE. The couple made their first public appearance as a couple in September 2017 when they attended the Gersh pre-Emmys party together where they were photographed. The private pair were first romantically linked in March 2017 after they were spotted walking arm-in-arm in New York City. Arnett is the lead singer for Milo Greene, which formed in 2009. The Avengers: Endgame actress was previously engaged to Narcos actor Boyd Holbrook, but they broke off their engagement in 2014 after three years of dating. While Olsen is notoriously private about her personal life, the actress revealed she was open to becoming a mother in a 2017 interview with Modern Living as she spoke about renovating her home. "I was also thinking, 'There's this small room upstairs, which would be good for a kid,'" she said at the time. Olsen added, "I don't know where things will lead, but I do think about it in that way: 'I think I could raise kids here.'" (People)

Bachelor in Paradise's Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert Welcome Baby No. 2. Congratulations are in order for Jade Roper Tolbert and Tanner Tolbert. The Bachelor in Paradise couple welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday, July 30. "We are over the moon for our little guy. He came into this world fast at 7 lbs., 9 oz and 20 in. long," Tanner shares with People. "Mom and baby boy are doing great. Emmy just met her little brother -- she greeted him with a kiss on the head, so I guess that means she will allow us to bring him home! We are officially a family of four!" Jade announced her pregnancy at the end of January by sharing a photo of the proud parents smiling alongside their daughter Emerson and holding up a sonogram. "Baby #2 is adding to our crew!!" she captioned the family photo at the time. "We are overjoyed our bundle of love will be joining us in August! We've been dreaming of you for a while now, and you are already loved beyond imaginable, sweet baby." The two then revealed the sex of the child in March. They invited their nearest and dearest -- including a few Bachelor in Paradise alums -- to a gender reveal celebration and were sprayed with blue Silly String. Jade kept her followers updated throughout her pregnancy journey. From posting adorable photos of her baby bump to sharing her favorite baby products, the reality star posted it all. She also shared her struggles, including her fears and concerns over juggling two kids. In addition, she opened up to her followers about suffering a miscarriage before she was pregnant with Emerson. "I've been keeping this weight for a long time, but being pregnant with our second child, all these emotions have been on the surface for me," she said in February. "I just felt it was time to get it out of me and share our story and honor our baby." Fans met Jade on Chris Soules' season of The Bachelor and Tanner on Kaitlyn Bristowe's season of The Bachelorette. While neither received the final rose, they ended up finding love with each other on season two of Bachelor in Paradise. They tied the knot in a televised wedding in 2016 and welcomed their daughter in 2017. Welcome to Bachelor Nation, little guy! (Eonline)

Bachelor in Paradise Star Jade Roper Shares Harrowing Details From Accidental Home Birth. Jade Roper is counting her blessings after her and Tanner Tolbert's birth plan didn't go exactly to plan. As E! News confirmed that the Bachelor in Paradise stars welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday, July 30, the new mama took to Instagram with emotional details about their son's delivery. Jade revealed that she "accidentally" gave birth inside the master closet of their Southern California home. The reality TV star described, "I've been still processing the shock of this all, as this was not all at what I had planned, but I am so so thankful for each person who helped bring our son into the world safely." Jade went on to say that her water broke, and 75 minutes later she welcomed a "healthy baby boy while clutching a bench in our closet." She continued, It was one of the scariest moments of my life because I felt so out of control, but Tanner, Tanner's mom, my mom and the medics and firefighters kept me going when I felt like the world was caving in on me and my unborn baby." Jade's honest post concluded, "I was going to share the happy, cute Instagrammable pics first, but this fell right to me. So incredibly grateful for the support system we had and for this beautiful boy I get to hold in my arms. Within minutes of Jade sharing the extremely personal story, Bachelor Nation reached out with endless words of support. "You. Are. Amazing," hubby Tanner commented, while Ashley Iaconetti wrote, "THIS PHOTOOOO!!! You are the most kickass woman I know!! I'm always in awe of you! Congratulations!" Catherine Giudici also commented, "Wowwwww you are a superwoman. so so happy that you and baby are safe and healthy!" Jade and Tanner found love on Season 2 of Bachelor in Paradise. They tied the knot in a televised wedding in 2016 and welcomed a little girl one year later. Congratulations to the happy couple on the latest addition to their family. (Eonline)

Logic is getting ready to walk down the aisle again ... because we've learned he and his fiancee just got a marriage license. Sources close to the rapper and Brittney Noell tell TMZ ... the couple took a trip to a courthouse earlier this month and got the necessary paperwork to tie the knot. No word on when they'll make it official -- or if they already have -- but licenses are typically pulled shortly before the nuptials. A marriage license is good for 90 days ... so the clock's ticking. Logic and Brittney have been keeping their relationship very private. It looks like she had her bachelorette party in San Diego back in June ... and you can clearly see her engagement ring in some photos from her bachelorette weekend. Brittney's done some modeling and she's got her own clothing line ... so Logic has quite the catch. As we first reported ... Logic and Brittney met in early 2018, and he took her with him on a private jet for a show in Vegas in April, shortly after pulling the plug on his marriage to Jessica Andrea. TMZ broke the story ... Logic finalized his divorce with Jessica in September, and he got to keep their home in Tarzana. Less than a year later, Logic is ready for his second marriage. (TMZ)

Billie Eilish Opens Up About Anxiety, Depression and the Hard Side of Fame. As Billie Eilish told Rolling Stone, "I've loved attention my whole life...but I don't think anyone knows what fame actually is. Because if I did want to be famous -- it wasn't this kind." With an EP that went platinum in some countries when she was 15 and a blockbuster debut studio album just as she was old enough to drive, the 17-year-old breakout hitmaker has quite literally grown up on the road to stardom. While Eilish can appreciate the fruits of her labor and the benefits of fame -- telling Rolling Stone as the August cover star, "I have an amazing job, dude. I really do. The things I get to do in my career have just been unbelievable" -- she continues to face the personal challenges that such a life can bring. As she recalled to the magazine, the "Bad Guy" star initially faced mental health struggles after joining a competitive dance company at 12. While in the group, she battled with insecurity and body dysmorphia. "I couldn't look in the mirror at all," the performer described the height of that time. However, as she was improving, the star suffered a hip injury in a hip-hop class, causing her to quit dance and spurring depression. "It sent me down a hole. I went through a whole self-harming phase -- we don't have to go into it. But the gist of it was, I felt like I deserved to be in pain," she told Rolling Stone. "When anyone else thinks about Billie Eilish at 14, they think of all the good things that happened. But all I can think of is how miserable I was. How completely distraught and confused. 13 to 16 was pretty rough." It's an experience she can relate to with her devoted fans. "Sometimes I see girls at my shows with scars on their arms, and it breaks my heart," she told the magazine. "I don't have scars anymore because it was so long ago. But I've said to a couple of them, 'Just be nice to yourself.' Because I know. I was there." While Eilish said she has not "been depressed in a minute," she later admitted to the writer that at the time of part of their interview, she was experiencing one of "the hardest weeks I've ever had. I've never felt more hopeless in my life." She described having nightly panic attacks, something she had not suffered with before. "I cried for two hours every night. It was really, really bad," she told Rolling Stone. While the singer noted she is "fine now," the attacks were a result of her current When We All Fall Asleep Tour, which began in April and goes into November. "I just couldn't take the fact that I had to leave again," she explained. "It felt like an endless limbo. Like there was no end in sight. And, I mean, it's true: There really is no end in sight with touring...Thinking about that literally made me throw up...I'm not a throw-upper, but I threw up twice, from the anxiety." According to the interview, Eilish experiences such feelings to a lesser degree before touring. To combat the anxiety and her fear of being by herself during that week of "bursting misery," she saw a therapist and spent time with friends -- the latter of which she's prioritized on tour with a chartered "friends bus." "It cost a lot of money, and I don't know if we can even afford it," she told Rolling Stone. "But I needed it for my mental health, you know?" Ultimately, "I'm really trying hard to make it as good as possible for me, because I want to love what I do," Eilish said of the tour. "I don't want to be miserable, because it's not a miserable thing. But when there are things that make you miserable...it's miserable!" (Eonline)

Casey Kasem's widow is in the market for a new business manager ... 'cause her last one allegedly flew into a violent rage and threatened to kill her. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... the incident went down around 10 AM last Friday in Jean Kasem's L.A. home. We're told her business manager, John Gressy, got furious because Jean was giving money to her daughter, Liberty Kasem. Gressy's rampage allegedly included throwing dishes and a vase at Jean, and we're told she was struck at least once and needed to be taken to a hospital for minor injuries. He also allegedly threatened to kill Jean, her lawyer and Liberty ... who was in the home and called 911. John locked himself in a room, but when police arrived they arrested him for felony criminal threats. We're told he could be hit with more charges -- such as assault and/or battery -- once the case is submitted to the L.A. County District Attorney. Jean's rep, Edward Lozzi, tells us there's no truth to any rumors Gressy and Jean were in any kind of "intimate or personal relationship." Jean, of course, now has this to deal with on top of her legal drama with Casey's kids. As we reported ... she's been locked in a nearly 4-year legal battle with the family over Casey's estate. She had also alleged Casey's kids conspired to kill the radio legend for his money, but an investigation cleared them. (TMZ)

A$AP Rocky's bodyguard absolutely choked the hell out of the alleged victim in Sweden -- it's clear as day in this surveillance video -- but the video also presents a flaw in the prosecution's case. This video was captured before the street brawl broke out, AND before the alleged victim, Mustafa Jafari, threw a punch at the bodyguard. It's pretty brutal ... the massive hired muscle grabs Jafari by his throat, lifts him off the ground and tosses him down the street. What's puzzling is ... why clear the bodyguard? When prosecutors announced Jafari would not be charged for punching the bodyguard, they said he was acting in self-defense. Sooo, if he's defending himself, why not charge the guy attacking him? Especially when there's such clear video evidence like this. Moments after the choking, Jafari swung a punch at the bodyguard and then hit him with his headphones. During Tuesday's testimony in court, Jafari said he thought he was going to die during the brawl. A$AP's lawyers will cross-examine him Thursday when the trial resumes. (TMZ)

R. Kelly just filed legal docs blasting his alleged victims, referring to them as "disgruntled groupies." The singer's docs ask a federal judge to release him before his pending trial. His lawyers say he does not represent a threat, because they claim the allegations against him are bogus. In explaining their position, they say the "groupies sought out Robert's attention, even fought each other for it, voluntarily contacted him, came to his shows, pined to be with him ..." R. Kelly's lawyers don't stop there. They say the government is trying to paint a picture of a nefarious pattern, but it all amounts to "five disgruntled groupies, not all of which are alleged to be underage, who now show groupie remorse so many years later and only after a TV Show and an aggressive, vocal Cook County prosecutor makes a public cry for 'victims come forth,' tell your story and be famous." And, there's more ... R. Kelly's team zeroes in on one of the alleged victims who was not a minor when she first had contact with him. They say she came to his door and "wanted him so much that she alleges that she did not require or even request that a condom be used." As for her allegation Kelly gave her herpes ... Kelly's lawyers say she was "admittedly promiscuous," and the feds never looked into how many other sexual partners she had. We have reached out to the Eastern District of NY prosecutors but they declined to comment. (TMZ)

Cameron Boyce suffered a sudden, unexpected death due to epilepsy ... according to the Medical Examiner, confirming what we already knew about the young Disney superstar. The L.A. County M.E.'s report also says Cameron did not have any drugs or alcohol in his system ... except for Keppra -- which is an epilepsy medication. We broke the story ... Cameron's official cause of death was deferred on his death certificate until the medical examiner's office could complete its investigation. The report says the 20-year-old developed non-traumatic epilepsy about 3 years ago ... and had "several major seizures" over the years. As we told you, despite suffering epileptic seizures for a long time ... Cameron was able to achieve great acting success in both TV and in movies. The M.E.'s report says his seizures typically occurred months apart. Boyce suffered the fatal seizure on July 6 and died in his sleep. Our sources told us his roommate found him unresponsive, and when paramedics arrived they could not revive him. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Cameron's death led to heartfelt tributes from many celebrities, including Michelle Obama, who said, "not only did he have incredible talent, but also an incredible heart." His family says his spirit will live on through "the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved him." It's already evident -- the actor's favorite charity has raised thousands since his death in his honor ... with some help from his movie dad, Adam Sandler. (TMZ)

Grant Thompson -- the creator and star of the viral YouTube series "King of Random" -- died this week after a paragliding accident ... according to his family. Grant's brother, Mark, tells TMZ ... the YouTuber went paragliding Monday evening, but never returned home. Mark says Grant's body was discovered by authorities Tuesday, and that the family is still being briefed on what exactly happened. The Washington County Sheriff's Office says a report came in Monday of an overdue paraglider, who'd gone off the radar near the Sand Hollow State Park. They say the caller reported the paraglider should have returned an hour earlier, and he couldn't be reached on his cellphone. The call triggered a massive search. Grant's coordinates were pulled from GPS data, and a helicopter located his body that night. WCSO says detectives found paragliding equipment at the crash site, as well as video recording device ... which they're reviewing to determine cause. Mark tells us that Grant got into paragliding around 5 months ago. He had an affinity for skydiving, flying and other airborne activities. Grant started his YouTube channel in 2010, documenting experiments, life hacks and random weekend projects. King of Random amassed more than 11 million subscribers and nearly 2.5 billion views total. His was the 321st most subscribed to channel on YouTube. It appears Grant took something of a backseat on his series as of late. Two new hosts that have been fronting the video experiments for a while. YouTube commented on Grant's death as well, saying ... "We're deeply saddened to learn of the tragic loss of Grant Thompson, a gifted, passionate and endlessly curious creator. We send our deepest condolences to his loving family, The King of Random team and fans." He was 38. RIP. (TMZ)

Pro Football Hall of Famer Nick Buoniconti -- who famously launched a charity to cure paralysis -- has died after a struggle with dementia. He was 78. Buoniconti was a stud linebacker at Notre Dame who was drafted by the Boston Patriots of the AFL in 1962 ... but went on to become a superstar for the Miami Dolphins from 1969 to 1976. During his career, Buoniconti racked up 2 Super Bowl rings, made 2 Pro Bowls and was a 6-time AFL All Star. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2001. Buoniconti believed he suffered from CTE due to his football career and in 2017 he announced that he would donate his brain for research purposes after his death. During an interview, Buoniconti once said of his condition, "I'm positive that football caused this ... I always loved [the game]. I still do. But I'm paying the price." Nick famously launched The Buoniconti Fund after his son, Marc, became paralyzed during a college football game in 1985. The Fund helped launch the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, which has become one of the global leaders in neurological research. Nick and Marc were famously featured on an episode of HBO's "Real Sports." Nick also hosted "Inside the NFL" from 1980 until 2001. And get this, while playing for the Patriots, Nick earned his law degree and became a sports agent who represented a bunch of MLB players ... including Andre Dawson. Yankees legendary owner George Steinbrenner once said Nick was the toughest negotiator he ever faced. Long story short, Nick lived a pretty amazing life and will be missed. RIP. (TMZ)

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