CÉLINE DION: Female Fan Dry Humps Her Onstage
Friday night in Vegas, a drunk woman tried to dry hump Céline Dion.
A fan shot video of the bizarre moment. Céline hardly acted surprised. She warmly accepted the stage-crasher, while her security team tried to escort the drunk fan back to her seat.
Céline earnestly told the woman, (quote) “I'm glad you came up onstage tonight. I'm glad you came closer to me.” Just about that time, the fan wrapped her legs around Céline and started humping. Just like a dog does to your house guest’s leg. The singer’s eyes bugged out!
After a few minutes, security got her off the stage. Céline then told the audience, (quote) “Some people go through a lot. Some people need to talk. We gave this lady a moment to talk. We heard you well.” (Entertainment Tonight)
JACK ANTONOFF, LENA DUNHAM: Broken Up
Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff are no longer a couple.
Her rep confirmed the rumor. A source told E! News, (quote) “It was mutual. Jack and Lena were growing apart It just made sense for them to end their relationship where it was.”
She had marriage on the mind. Two months ago, Lena tweeted, (quote) “I thought Jack was furtively planning a proposal to me with his sister. But he just admitted I caught him ‘talking [smack]’ about me!”
BELLA THORNE: Distraught Detailing Childhood Abuse
The #TimesUp campaign during the Golden Globesapparently triggered Bella Thorne.
The former Disney actress offered further details of her abuse. She revealed to her 17 million Instagram followers, (quote) “I was sexually abused and physically growing up from the day I can remember till I was 14. When I finally had the courage to lock my door at night and sit by it. All damn night.”
Then Monday night, she took to Instagram Stories where she looked unkempt and distraught. Her message to fans, (quote) “I can stay strong. Stay strong. I love you guys, peace.” Though her voice totally lacked confidence.
GWYNETH PALTROW: She's Getting Married!
It's official! Gwyneth Paltrow is going to marry producer Brad Falchuk.
She made the announcement in Goop Magazine. Before the issue's release Tuesday, the actress and Goop founder released a joint statement with Brad confirming the news. They said, "We feel incredibly lucky to have come together at this juncture in our lives when our collective successes and failures can serve as building blocks for a healthy and happy relationship."
She met the producer on the set of Glee when she guest-starred on the musical series.
In November, she sparked engagement rumors by posting a photo of Brad sitting with her ex-husband, Chris Martin, with the hashtag #ModernFamily.
The actress split from the Coldplay frontman in 2014 after 10 years of marriage. (USA Today)
BAM MARGERA: DUI Arrest
Bam Margera was arrested for DUI on Sunday morning -- and he made it really easy for cops.
According to TMZ, Bam actually approached California Highway Patrol officers himself. The officers were in the middle of another traffic stop when Bam pulled over and started a conversation. The cops smelled a strong scent of alcohol and gave him a field sobriety test.
He was released Sunday afternoon on $15,000 bail.
According to a toxicology report, Home Alone star John Heard had several narcotics in his system when he died in July. TMZ does point out that the 71-year-old had back surgery two days before his death and was likely prescribed pain medication. His cause of death has been ruled a heart attack caused by heart disease.
The Golden Globes was down slightly in the ratings from last year. Sunday's telecast drew 19 million viewers, while 20 million tuned in to 2017’s show.
MTV has renewed reality series Floribama Shore for a second season, while Hulu has renewed both Future Man and Runaways for second seasons.
GEORGE MICHAEL: Neighbors Say No
A year after George Michael died, neighbors are asking that fans stop dropping off flowers and mementos in front of his London mansion.
The shrine, which also includes photos. messages and paintings, has become "a terrible mess," according to a committee in the Highgate neighborhood.
Its chair Susan Rose, says, "The ball really is in the court of George’s family who own the site and are really the only people who can take any action without complicated legal shenanigans." She says the shrine runs counter to how neatly George kept his property before his death on Christmas Day 2016. George isn't getting much love from the town where he owned a country home, either. Plans for a $135,000 statue in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire are on hold, after local officials said there was "insufficient information" for its approval. They're also not OK with a proposed two-day music festival this June honoring the voice of "Faith" and "Careless Whisper" on what would have been his 55th birthday. (Daily Mail)