Former “Glee” star Naya Rivera was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery of her husband, “Ray Donovan” actor Ryan Dorsey, Sunday after her arrest the night before. Rivera was arrested and released on $1,000 PR bond Sunday following a short appearance in court. Police were called to a house in Chesapeake, West Virginia on Saturday over a domestic dispute. Upon arrival, Dorsey told officers that Rivera had hit him in the head and lower lip while they were taking a walk with their 2-year-old son Josey.
Jordin Sparks will be seeing blue in just a few short months! The 27-year-old American Idol winner announced on Instagram on Thursday (November 23) that she and new hubby Dana Isaiah are expecting a son together. Jordin announced last week that she and Dana quietly married in mid-July and shared that they will be welcome their first child in spring.
Pink’s new “Beautiful Trauma” music video starring Channing Tatum definitely has a lot going on. The 38-year-old singer debuted the highly anticipated video for her latest single, after teasing it during the 2017 American Music Awards on Sunday night. The elaborate five-minute video features Pink and Tatum playing a married couple in the ’50s, who aren’t as straight-laced as they at first seem.
According to new reports a woman who worked as Ryan Seacrest’s wardrobe stylist at E! News threatened to go to the media with sexual allegations made against him, occurring between 2007 and 2010, unless Seacrest paid her $15 million. An attorney for the woman contacted Seacrest’s attorney and demanded $15 million, but when Seacrest’s attorney refused to pay up the woman’s attorney said they would settle for a 7-figure settlement. In a statement, Seacrest, co-host for “Live with Kelly and Ryan” and the longtime host for “American Idol,” adamantly denied the allegations.
Taylor Swift’s Reputation has become the biggest-selling album of the year in the US in a single week, with 1.23m sales. That total comfortably beats the 931,000 copies sold by Ed Sheeran in early March. Swift has kept all but four songs from Reputation off streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music, meaning that fans need to pay to download the album or buy it on CD if they want to hear it.