ARIANA GRANDE, PETE DAVIDSON: Engaged
UPDATE (4:15 a.m. eastern) Ariana and Pete celebrated announcing their engagement by visiting the Happiest Place on Earth, Disneyland. Late last night, she posted to Instagram Story video of them rising Space Mountain and screaming like crazy kids in love. (Entertainment Tonight)
That was fast. After only a few weeks of dating, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have reportedly gotten engaged.
A source tells Us Weekly, “They are a perfect fit. Their friends are really excited and supportive... They are both constantly making each other laugh. Their moms have met. They’ve been very public with their relationship on social media, and they are very in love.”
Another source says the couple “were telling people that they’re engaged” at Robert Pattinson’s birthday party in Los Angeles on Saturday.
But don't expect them to get married anytime soon. A source says, “They are looking forward to a very long engagement together.”
The two began dating in May, soon after they'd both ended long-term relationships. Ariana had just broken up with rapper Mac Miller, and Pete had split with Cazzie David, the daughter of Larry David.
JOHN SCHNEIDER: Going to Jail Over Unpaid Spousal Support
John Schneider is a deadbeat and he's going to jail, TMZ reports.
On Monday, a judge sentenced the Dukes of Hazzard star to three days in L.A. County jail for not paying $150,000 in spousal support to his estranged wife, Elvira Castle.
She took Schneider to court in February. He claimed he didn't have the money to make the payments. The judge told him to transfer his property to Elvira if he didn't have the cash and gave him until March to do so. He missed the deadline and now he's going to jail.
He's also been ordered to do 240 hours of community service.
ROSE McGOWAN: Indicted in Cocaine Possession Case
Rose McGowan has been indicted by a grand jury in her cocaine possession case, TMZ reports.
Back in January 2017, police found several small bags of cocaine in a wallet the actress left behind at Washington Dulles International Airport. She pleaded not guilty to the felony charge. Rose -- who's been a vocal critic of Harvey Weinstein -- says the disgraced producer may have had the drugs planted to destroy her reputation.
If convicted, she could face up to a year in prison.
Her attorney, Jose Baez, tells TMZ, "Rose steadfastly maintains her innocence. These charges would have never been brought if it weren't for her activism as a voice for women everywhere. I assure you, this selective prosecution will be met with a strong defense."
KYLIE JENNER: Cuts Stormi Out of Instagram
You won't be able to see little Stormi on Kylie Jenner's Instagram page anymore.
The star has deleted all pics showing her daughter's face. E! Online says fans first noticed Kylie "removed pictures of her four-month-old daughter on Sunday. The makeup mogul shared a new selfie showing off her freckles while Stormi's face remained hidden from view." When a fan brought it up, Kylie replied, "Yeah I cut my baby out. I'm not sharing photos of my girl right now."
Kylie didn't explain any further. She posted a pic of Stormi only last week.
AMERICA'S GOT TALENT Former Winner Neal Boyd Dead
Onetime America's Got Talent winner Neal Boyd is dead. He was 42.
Boyd wowed audiences a decade ago with his operatic singing. He passed away Sunday night of heart failure in his hometown of Sikeston, Missouri. He had a history of heart problems, and no autopsy will be done. (TMZ)
Gal Gadot will star opposite Dwayne Johnson in the action comedy Red Notice. Shooting is expected to begin in April 2019.
Paul Hogan will reprise his role as Crocodile Dundee in The Very Excellent Mr Dundee. Variety says production starts next month. The last flick in the series, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, came out in 2001.
Steven Spielberg and James Wan’s production companies are working on a remake of Arachnophobia. The 1990 horror comedy starred Jeff Daniels and John Goodman.
HBO has renewed the drama Succession for a second season, only a week after its first season kicked off.
LANCE BASS: It Was Lonely at the Top
As a member of 'N Sync, Lance Bass had everything -- except happiness.
Lance, who came out of the closet after his boy band days were behind him, tells the Huffington Post he desperately wanted to be open about his sexuality, but knew it was out of the question. He says, “It was torture. Onstage, I felt like I was just playing a character, but offstage, unfortunately, I didn't get to have my real life.”
He adds that it had a serious impact on his mental health, recalling it as "a severe depression" and noting that vibe lasted for a while after he came out, since he'd "lost a lot of friends because they couldn't get over how I could lie to them for that long.”