Trending: Heather Morris Gives Birth To First Child, Jennifer Lawrence Joins Cast Of 'Dumb And Dumber To'
"Glee" star Heather Morris has given birth to her first child, son Elijah, on Saturday. It's the first child for Heather and her high school sweetheart Taylor Hubbell. Heather said she'd be willing to give up her acting career for Taylor back in a 2011 interview with Fitness magazine -- if her career began to interfere with their relationship. She also said she wanted kids with Taylor, and now that dream is fulfilled. (story)
Jennifer Lawrence will be making a cameo in the Farrelly brothers’sequel to "Dumb and Dumber". The Oscar-winning actress has been confirmed to join Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels in "Dumb and Dumber To", in which Lloyd (Carrey) and Harry (Daniels) will search for Harry's long-lost daughter. (story)
Kanye West is at it again with the paparazzi -- although we can actually side with him this time. A small group of photographers set up outside his Los Angeles condo at 4 a.m. Friday morning and he wasn't happy about it when he got home. Kanye had to hold back from getting physical. Later that morning he and girlfriend Kim Kardashian flew off to San Francisco from Van Nuys airport where they caught a flight to Paris. Why not fly out of LAX? His reps told him to avoid the airport because of his last altercation with a photog, who is now suing him. (story)
Miley Cyrus is a pothead. News of the singer's interview with Rolling Stone magazine broke early last week, but it wasn't until later in the week that the real dirt surfaced. Miley says that pot is the best drog on earth, she doesn't like coke, and other "hippy" drugs like ecstasy are good too. Will her comments affect album sales when her new "Bangerz" is released? (story)
"Masters of Sex" stars Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen have to deal with a lot of nudity and sex scenes on their new show. Most of the time they'll be the ones watching the nude extras in their sexual situations as they play sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson in the show. But neither has a problem with watching others "perform", and they're both quite used to it already. (story)