Pop star Miley Cyrus took to social media Wednesday night to deny rumors that she is pregnant.
"I am not 'egg-xpecting' but it's 'egg-celent' to hear everyone is 'so happy for us'... We're happy for us too! 'Egg-cited' for this next chapter in our lives... Now can everyone leave me alone and go back to staring at an egg?" Cyrus, 26, tweeted in response to a Daily Mail report that claimed she and husband Liam Hemsworth "are expecting their first child together."
The post featured an altered photo of the "Malibu" singer with a smiling egg covering her belly – an apparent reference to an egg photo that went viral this week.
Cyrus married the 29-year-old Hemsworth last month.
Boxing great and humanitarian Muhammad Ali is about to receive an honor reserved for those of the highest distinction, whose lives have impacted millions and whose deeds have brought great honor and prestige to a city, a state or a nation.
He’s having an airport named after him.
Ali, considered by many as the greatest athlete of the 20th century, was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. Now, Louisville is honoring its hometown hero by renaming the city’s airport after Ali.
City officials announced this week, after a petition drive that was started following “The Greatest’s” 2016 death, that Louisville International Airport will be renamed Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.
“Muhammad Ali belonged to the world, but he only had one hometown, and fortunately, that is our great city of Louisville, Mayor Greg Fischer said, the Courier-Journal reported.
“Muhammad became one of the most well-known people to ever walk the Earth and has left a legacy of humanitarianism and athleticism that has inspired billions of people,” Fischer said.
“It’s important that we, as a city, further champion The Champ’s legacy,” he said. “And the airport renaming is a wonderful next step.”
There are a few steps to go before the name change is official. The city still needs Federal Aviation Administration approval and must finalize an agreement to use his name and likeness.
The city will also spend about $100,000 in marketing and rebranding to align the airport name change to the city’s tourism efforts, the newspaper reported.
Ali, who was born Cassius Clay, would have turned 77 years old Thursday, and city officials hope the renaming and marketing changes are finished by June for the I Am Ali festival, the anniversary of his death in 2016.
Actor Steve Carell is reuniting with “The Office” co-creator Greg Daniels for a new Netflix comedy series modeled off President Donald Trump’s directive last summer to create a Space Force as a sixth branch of the U.S. military, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
While Trump’s Space Force hasn’t gotten off the ground yet, Netflix released a tease trailer for the new comedy.
It’s described as a workplace series focused on the people responsible for creating the new Space Force, THR reported.
This will mark Carell’s first return to series television since leaving “The Office” after seven seasons in 2011.
Carell, also an executive producer on the project, is expected to earn $1 million an episode or more.
The “cash me ousside girl” of “Dr. Phil Show” fame, Danielle Bregoli, has landed a beauty endorsement contract worth $900,000, according to news reports.
Citing sources close to Bregoli, 15, the tabloid celebrity site TMZ reported that the Florida teenager signed a six-month contract with CopyCat Beauty to appear in makeup ads and to use the company’s brands in social media posts and music videos. She’s also reportedly expected to earn a percentage of sales.
The teenager and budding rap artist also reportedly signed a deal with SnapChat and made money with a 25-city tour promoting her music.
The troubled teen first caught the national spotlight with her catchphrase, “Cash me ousside. How bow dah?” on the “Dr. Phil Show” when she and her mother made an appearance for a segment on how to handle unruly children.
Since her appearance on the show in September 2016, Bregoli has had several run-ins with the law and is on probation in Florida until she’s 19. She also started a music career and now goes by the rap name Bhad Bhabie.
Chris Hansen, best known as the host of the Dateline NBC segment “To Catch a Predator,” has been arrested after he allegedly bounced checks to a vendor for marketing and promotional items and failed to pay for them.
The Stamford Advocate reported that the 59-year-old resident of Shippan, Connecticut, was arrested Monday. He was released without bond once he signed a written promise to appear in court.
According to an arrest affidavit obtained by the publication, Hansen asked Peter Psichopaida, the owner of Promotional Sales Limited, for 288 T-shirts, 355 mugs and 650 vinyl decals for him to use at events.
Psichopaidas told police that Hansen agreed to pay $12,998.05, the total cost for the items, before they were delivered to him in September 2017.
According to police, invoices were sent to Hansen for three months. When a person on Hansen’s staff sent a check for the full amount, it bounced.
Psichopaidas spoke to Hansen about it, and the TV journalist apologized and tried to make a partial payment. By April 2018, Psichopaidas filed a complaint with police as the payment was still not made.
Later that month, Hansen wrote a personal check for $13,200. It bounced three days later and Hansen emailed Psichopaidas.
“Peter ... I truly thought I had this covered,” Hansen wrote, the affidavit said. “I am scrambling to get it done. Please give me till the end of the day. I sold a boat to cover the rest of this and need to pick up the payment this afternoon.”
A warrant for Hansen’s arrest was sent because he never sent a payment.
Hansen has not publicly commented on his arrest. He tweeted Wednesday that he was contemplating a morning run, indicating he was in Los Angeles.
More on Hansen’s arrest can be read at Stamford Advocate.
Just a day after the Clemson Tigers dined on fast food at the White House, former NFL star and "Good Morning America" host Michael Strahan offered to give the college football champs a "proper meal."
"I would like to invite the Clemson Tiger football team here for a great meal," Strahan said during Tuesday's broadcast. "Come out here, everybody. Whoever can make it, we'll hook you up with lobster. ... Whatever you want, we're gonna take care of you."
Co-host Sara Haines suggested they add caviar to the menu.
"Per egg is a lot of money," she said. "Are you paying? We don't have a lot of money."
"It's out of my pocket," Strahan replied. "I've got you guys."
Earlier that morning, President Donald Trump tweeted that he served the football team fast food "because of the shutdown" and personally paid for the spread.
Like Jennifer Lopez, Mariah Carey, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga, Drake could be the next major artist to take his act to Las Vegas, according to some reports.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that sources familiar with XS bookings said the rapper agreed to 12 shows over two years, which would make him a standout on the strip among so many women in pop music.
According to The Blast, a residency deal could net him $10 million.
Drake performed at the nightclub last week during the Consumer Electronics Show, where he hinted about a residency on the strip, the Review-Journal reported. The show earned him a reported $2 million.
“Vegas! When I came back, I thought it’d be back at T-Mobile Arena or some (stuff),” Drake said. “But I’ll be back here at XS all year. You’ll have a lotta chances to see me.”
The image shows Drake performing at the nightclub with XS and Wynn tagged in the photo and the caption reading, “New home.”
There has been no confirmation of a residency.
Former major-league pitcher John Wetteland was arrested on a child sex abuse charge Monday in Texas, The Dallas Morning News reported.
Wetteland, 52, who spent 12 years pitching in the majors for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Montreal Expos, New York Yankees and Texas Rangers, is accused of continuous sexual abuse of a child under the age of 14, according to Denton County jail records.
Wetteland, who lives in Trophy Club, Texas, was booked and released from jail after posting a $25,000 bond, WFAA reported.
Wetteland spent most of his baseball career as a closer, earning 330 saves and compiling a 2.93 ERA. He was the closer for the Yankees’ 1996 World Series champions and was named the series’ most valuable player. He had an American League-leading 43 saves in 1996.
Wetteland is a member of the Rangers' Hall of Fame, the Morning News reported.
The case was being investigated by police in Bartonville, according to the newspaper.
Move over, Batman. Swim to the other side of Atlantis, Aquaman.
There’s a new action figure in D.C.: Robert Mueller.
The special counsel, who is investigating possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, now has his own 6-inch action figure, The Hill reported.
A company named FCTRY is producing the $20 mini figure of Mueller, and pre-orders began Tuesday. On its website, the Brooklyn-based company proclaims that Mueller “is our only hope,” adding that “without being melodramatic,” the special counsel seems to be the last figure “standing between us and chaos.”
FCTRY notes that the Mueller figure is the “perfect foil” to President Donald Trump.
“He’s the Batman to Trump’s Joker. The Ness to Trump’s Capone. The Bond to, well, every Bond Villain,” the company wrote on its website.
FCTRY has also created action figures of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (called “Notorious RBG”), former President Barack Obama, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, The Hill reported. The company also produced a figure of Trump in 2017.
The Mueller action figure will ship this spring, The Hill reported.
On the one-year anniversary of the death of Cranberries lead singer Dolores O’Riordan, the surviving members of the band announced their final album, Rolling Stone reported.
“In the End” is the band’s eighth album and is a collection of songs O’Riordan worked on before her death in a London hotel room on Jan. 15, 2018. She was 46. O’Riordan died by drowning due to alcohol intoxication, according to an inquest at Westminster Coroner’s Court, the Limerick Leader reported.
The group shared the new album’s first single, “All Over Now.”
In a Facebook post, band members Mike Hogan, Noel Hogan and Fergal Lawler said the album was being released “in honor of our dear friend and bandmate, Dolores.”
“I can’t think of a more fitting way to commemorate the first anniversary of Dolores’ passing and to celebrate her life than to announce to the world the release of her final album with the band,” said O’Riordan’s mother, Eileen O’Riordan, in a statement to Rolling Stone.
O’Riordan and the Cranberries rose to fame with their 1993 album, “Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?” which sold more than 40 million records.
Riordan and band mate Noel Hogan began working on the songs that would ultimately appear on band’s final album while touring in May 2017, the magazine reported.
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