Actor Benicio Del Toro and Kimberly Stewart, the second-eldest of rocker Rod Stewart's eight children, have one significant thing in common: an 8-pound, 9-ounce baby girl.
Stewart, 32, gave birth to the baby girl on Sunday in Los Angeles. The singer-model and the Academy Award-winning actor, 44, are not a couple, Del Toro's rep said in April when the pregnancy was announced. However, the baby daddy is "very supportive."
And their lack of a relationship isn't hindering grandpa Rod Stewart's excitement.
"My joy is indescribable," he told People, calling the birth one of the happiest days of his life. Rod and third wife Penny Lancaster, Kimberly's mother Alana, new uncle (and Kim's brother) Sean Stewart and Del Toro were among the crowd who joined her at the hospital to welcome the newest member of the family.
Del Toro and Stewart's daughter will have a couple of younger uncles to grow up with too: In February, Rod, 66, and Penny had a baby named Aiden, who joined their other son, 5-year-old Alastair.
Kevin Federline and girlfriend Victoria Prince welcomed a baby girl this week, making K-Fed a proud papa for the fifth time.
Jordan Kay, who is Prince's first child, was born at 6:33 p.m. Monday. No word yet on Jordan's size or weight, but Federline already explained how he and his lady love settled on the baby's name.
"If we were going to have a little girl, she wanted to name her Jordan. And then, we actually thought that it was a boy, but we stuck with the name Jordan because, you know, it fits both ways," he told Us Weekly in April.
The rapper, 33, who now has more children than musical hits, was once married to Britney Spears and is the father of her two boys, Sean and Jayden. He also has two other kids -- Kori and Kaleb -- with ex-girlfriend Shar Jackson, an actress-singer who starred in "Moesha." Federline left Jackson to be with Spears. His marriage to Spears ended in 2007 in a very public divorce. Shar had no hard feelings, apparently: She and K-Fed appeared together in VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp" in 2010.
Federline and Prince, 28, a former pro volleyball player, began dating in 2008. Now that the birth is out of the way, the couple could be hearing wedding bells.
"I do want to get married," he told the mag. "But I will wait until I have the courage to propose."
Shia LaBeouf hooked up with then-costar Megan Fox while filming "Transformers," because that's just the way life is if you're Shia LaBeouf.
"Look, you're on the set for six months, with someone who's rooting to be attracted to you, and you're rooting to be attracted to them," he explained to Details after giving the nod when asked if the two had -- you know.
"I never understood the separation of work and life in that situation," he said. "But the time I spent with Megan was our own thing, and I think you can see the chemistry onscreen."
Coincidentally, Fox left the effects-laden franchise -- in which she played the hot chick -- because she "felt like a prostitute," LaBeouf said. Any surprises there? Also, there was that fight with director Michael Bay, and the recently revealedSteven Spielberg-Adolf Hitler thing.
LaBeouf also -- you know -- with "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" costar Carey Mulligan.
The actor said he didn't know if Fox was -- at the time of their, you know -- on or off with Brian Austin Green whom she married last June.
"I don't know, man. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. . . . It was what it was."
Jack White and Karen Elson are marking their sixth anniversary by getting a divorce -- and throwing a party for close friends and family in Nashville on Friday to celebrate the (happy?) occasion.
If there were ever an occasion for separate checks, this has to be it.
"We remain dear and trusted friends and co-parents to our wonderful children Scarlett and Henry Lee," the former White Stripes singer and the model said in a statement to several media outlets. "We feel so fortunate for the time we have shared and the time we will continue to spend both separately and together watching our children grow."
According to the invitation, the point is to recognize their "6th anniversary and their upcoming divorce with a positive swing bang hum dinger" -- which sounds like way more fun than, say, arbitration.
White and Elson were married on June 1, 2005, in a canoe at the spot where three rivers come together in Manaus, Brazil. A shaman officiated, and blessing at a Catholic church followed the ceremony. Meg White, Jack's first ex-wife and at the time his partner in the White Stripes, was the maid of honor.
The White Stripes disbanded in February, citing "a myriad of reasons, but mostly to preserve what is beautiful and special about the band and have it stay that way." Jack and Meg, who previously had represented themselves as brother and sister, divorced in 2000.
Emma Watson may have been bested by Kristen Stewart and fellow Brits Robert Pattinson and Tom Felton at the MTV Movie Awards, but "The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2" star said she saw the best-kiss snub coming — and revealed that she can be insecure when it comes to dating because of her fame.
"I mean, I was really up against it. Kristen had two kisses, and Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman making out," Watson told MTV News. "I mean, I couldn't really compete!"
Though "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1" was the third most-nominated film after "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" and "Inception," chances that the wizarding franchise would beat the vampire juggernaut were slim. Maybe that's why the 21-year-old face of Lancome hit the award show sans costars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint?
However, she brought a sneak peak of the film instead, and Potter fans have already vowed to beat the Twi-hards next year. Watch the trailer below.
After presenting the clip, wearing a curve-hugging little white dress by Marchesa and revealing that Hermione Granger does in fact have a booty, the actress slipped backstage and missed one of the most talked-about moments of the night: Pattinson and Taylor Lautner's lip-lock following the announcement of best kiss.
"I was like, 'Damn!' " Watson said. "I was still backstage, so I missed it. But, I mean, yeah, good on them!"
But the actress, nominated for her own lip-lock with Radcliffe, has admitted that she worries when she doesn't get action off-screen.
"I ask my friends, ''Why hasn't X called me? Why doesn't anyone ever pursue me?'" she told the Sunday Times' Style Magazine. "My friends tell me, 'Probably because they're intimidated.' It must be the fame wall. It must be the circus that goes around me."
The currently single star, who has previously dated financier Jay Barrymore and male model George Craig, chalks up her unlucky-in-love track record to her personality.
"I'm this very weird mix. In some senses, I feel as if I'm 100 years old. In others, I still feel incredibly young, very naive and as if I haven't seen much of the world at all."
Poor, sweet Emma. Maybe she should consider taking that mini-dress for another spin?
Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake's rumor-squashing skills are a bit lacking, but their movie-promoting skills for the upcoming flick "Friends With Benefits" seem to be spot on.
Kunis and Timberlake's "platonic" gropes at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards at the Gibson Amphitheatre continued the award show's awkward banter, kicked off by host Jason Sudeikis during the live telecast.
When the "Friends With Benefits" stars took the stage to present the award for best male performance (which, surprise, surprise, went to Robert Pattinson), the pair actually presented a failed attempt to prove that they are simply friends with benefits.
"You and I have never dated," said Timberlake, 30.
"No, no. We are like brother and sister," added Kunis, 27.
"Totally platonic relationship, which is why I can do this," Timberlake said as he groped the actress' breasts.
"And it's why I can do this," Kunis said, reciprocating with a grope of the singer/actor's crotch.
Um, yes. That actually happened. On television. Fittingly, Timberlake made a remark about who, or what, actually gave the best male performance -- and it had nothing to do with the nominees.
Kunis had previously told Ellen DeGeneres that it was difficult getting undressed in front of her costar.
"It's very awkward. I mean, the truth is, we got to have very uncomfortable scenes for two weeks," she said in December. "There's like 150 crew men watching, and you see each other's bits and pieces. The whole thing is just wrong!"
But, you know, groping is a whole 'nother thing, right?
What'd you think of the onstage bit -- hilarious or inappropriate? Does it make you want to see "Friends With Benefits," which hits theaters July 22? Sound off in comments.
"The Vampire Diaries" stars Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder are warming up to each other in the City of Lights. The two were caught publicly displaying affection this week while vacationing in Paris.
Dobrev, 22, and Somerhalder, 32, went to the Saint Germain des Pres with their mothers and later dined at a local bar together, US Weekly reported. See the photos here.
"Just go up, first day in Paris with no work must go play a bit,its healthy:) Thank you for the warm welcome everyone here,its really amazing," Somerhalder tweeted during the trip.
"The Vampire Diaries" stars were rumored to have been dating for a while, but neither pretty party has 'fessed up to a relationship. Déjà vuRPattz and KStew? Hmm.
The pair partied at Coachella in April and attended the White House Correspondents' dinner earlier this month before hitting the CW upfronts in New York last week.
It's only natural to think that Dobrev would be dating one of her costars. She plays the dual role of Elena/Katherine, which offers up ample screen time for her with Somerhalder and Paul Wesley as love interests on the CW show.
"We expected the rumors. Like, if I wasn't dating Ian, I'd be dating Paul," Dobrev said in April's Teen Vogue. "A lot of people who work together end up dating, so it wouldn't be unusual, but I've never dated anyone I've worked with."
Perhaps that remains to be seen. Just ask Anna Paquin and Steve Moyer.
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Hayden Panettiere and boxer Wladimir Klitschko have ended their two-year relationship.
"Even though we've decided splitting up is best for both of us, we have an amazing amount of love and respect for each other and remain very close friends," Panettiere told People.
And maybe it is for the best. Spelling their complicated names together was proving to be a brain buster.
The "Scream 4" actress, 21, and Klitschko, a Ukrainian boxing champ who, at 35, is 14 years her senior, said that the long-distance thing just wasn't working out.
"We had a great time together, but it's not that easy to manage a relationship between two continents," he told the mag. "I have a lot of respect for Hayden as a person and as a friend, and I believe we'll keep our friendship even after the separation."
Really? Are you sure it wasn't the spelling problem? Also, we think by "long distance" he also meant the glaring height difference between him and the petite actress. He towers at 6-foot-6, while she hovers at 5-foot-2.
Panettiere was spotted shopping in Beverly Hills while the IBF, IBO and WBO heavyweight world champion was off training for a heavyweight showdown with David Haye on July 2 in Germany, the Daily Mail reported. He was recently featured in the documentary "Klitschko," which followed the boxing careers of him and his brother Vitali Klitschko.
Panettiere, who played the controversial role of Amanda Knox in a Lifetime film that aired in February, will also voice Little Red Riding Hood in "Hoodwinked Too! Hood Vs. Evil," and will costar with Josh Hutcherson and Alfred Molina in the drama "Carmel" out later this year.
[For the record, 4:40 p.m. May 12: The post originally said Panettiere would star in an upcoming Lifetime movie about Amanda Knox. That movie aired in February.]
Lady Gaga's country version of "Born This Way" has sparked the interest of country legend Dolly Parton, who said she's up for a collaboration.
"Maybe we should do something together -- GooGoo and Gaga!" Parton told E News. "You know those GooGoo candy bars in Nashville? I could be Lady GooGoo."
GooGoo or Gaga, we'd love to see what Mother Monster could birth if she's working 9 to 5.
"I think it's great. It's just wonderful. I love her," Parton said of the "Born This Way" remix.
"I think she's great," the 65-year-old singer told the Associated Press. "I've always been very gaudy myself, ever since I started in the business, but I always get a kick out of the crazy stuff she does. But she's very musical, she's very talented actually."
Parton is set to star with Queen Latifah in the film "Joyful Noise," which tells the story of a national choir competition. Her album "Better Day" will be released this summer.
As for Lady Gaga, who is hopefully recovering from that nasty fall off a piano during a performance in Houston, she's also debuted the Bollywood-inspired version of the same single with a sitar introduction produced by Salim-Sulaiman and the media company Desi Hits. Perhaps she should consider titling the song "Born Many Ways."
"I worked with some Indian Producers on 'BORN THIS WAY' to show all the little monsters in India that I appreciate you!" she tweeted. Listen to the remix here.
Gaga, 24, is finishing up her Monster Ball tour in May and will release her highly anticipated "Born This Way" album May 23.