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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Reveal Details Of Their Courtship And Engagement In First Joint Interview

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just gave their first televised interview to celebrate their royal engagement. The newly engaged couple opened up about how Harry proposed, as well as how they first met. Harry and Meghan said they were introduced by a mutual friend and they first met with back-to-back dates in early July 2016. The wedding will take place in the spring, and the venue was not immediately revealed but a statement it was revealed that more details would be announced “in due course.”

‘Glee’ Star Naya Rivera Charged With Domestic Battery After Saturday Arrest

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 And Husband Dana Isaiah Are Expecting a Baby Boy

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 Releases ‘Beautiful Trauma’ Music Video Featuring Channing Tatum

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.