When Blake Shelton started dating Gwen Stefani, he thought it was just a rebound situation for both of them. He just went through a divorce from Miranda Lambert and she just split up with her husband, Gavin Rossdale. Well they are going on 3 years now! Blake says "...every day that goes by feels like a stronger bond between the two of us and it constantly feels like it's going to the next level."
Betty White Remembers Koko The Gorilla - Betty White is as legendary for her devotion to animals as she is her acting career.
That’s why it was no surprise when she paid tribute to Koko the gorilla who passed away this week. The 96-year-old White posted a photo of herself with the gorilla and the caption “I treasure every minute we spent together #koko.”
Koko has many celebrity friends and loved watching “The Golden Girls.”
Source: Page Six
Paul McCartney Joins Corden For Carpool Karaoke -
James Corden snagged a legend for the latest Carpool Karaoke segment on “The Late Late Show.” It happened in Liverpool, appropriately.
It started out with Corden’s use of the famous lyrics “ need somebody, not just anybody. Can you please, please help me” while on the phone asking “someone” for driving company. It was Paul McCartney.
The well thought out event kicked off with Corden and McCartney singing “Drive My Car” and the pair swap driving duties during the tune. Then the “Beatles” legend talked about writing his first song at 14. The two break out into “Penny Lane” as they drive down the street.
In a surprise, Corden and McCartney visit the pub he used to perform in as a youngster. Paul and the band do “A Hard Day’s Night” and “ St. Jude” with Corden. One of the most moving parts was McCartney talking about his dead mum coming to him in a dream to reassure him. The song “Let It Be” came from that experience. The emotion of the moment brought tears to Corden’s eyes.
Hands down, a must see if you missed it…
Source: Hollywood Reporter
Dean Cain Is A Policeman Now -
A former superhero on TV is now a hero in real life.
Dean Cain is now a reserve police officer in Idaho. The former “Lois & Clark: the New Adventures of Superman” star joins the department as a member of the All About Kids foundation, which aims to protect kids from bullying and internet predators.
After being sworn in as a member of the St. Anthony Police Department, the actor said "This is a wonderful opportunity. It's great to be here with the guys and to put on this uniform. I love the small town feel. Everybody's been extremely friendly and warm."
Following the ceremony he greeted fans.
*MTV is bringing back a bunch of their old shows. Through a new production unit, MTV Studios, the network will revive the animated series Daria and Aeon Flux as well as the reality series The Real World. (Variety)
*Kate Spade's father, Earl F. Brosnahan Junior, died Wednesday, a day before his daughter's funeral. In a statement to Good Morning America, the family said the 89-year-old “had been in failing health of late and was heartbroken over the recent death of his beloved daughter.” Spade's funeral took place Thursday in Kansas City.
*Koko, the gorilla who learned to use sign language and famously played with Robin Williams, died on Tuesday at age 46. Koko appeared on the cover of National Geographic in 1978 and was the subject of several documentaries, including Koko: A Talking Gorilla.
*FOX News commentator Charles Krauthammer died from cancer on Thursday. He was 68. Earlier this month, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist announced that doctors had given him only weeks to live. (Variety)