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Bieber, Baldwin talk prenup

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have reportedly engaged lawyers to negotiate a prenuptial agreement ahead of their wedding.

The "Sorry" singer and his 21-year-old fiancee have been inseparable recently, with her uncle Alec Baldwin recently claiming that the couple is already married.

However, according to editors at TMZ.com, the ceremony has been delayed while their teams look through the details of a prenuptial agreement that will protect 24-year-old Justin's estimated $250 million fortune.

Sources close to the celebrity duo have told reporters at the gossip website that they will both retain control of their own property unless they decide to put their cash together in a joint fund.

The loved-up pair sparked rumours it had already tied the knot as it visited the Marriage Bureau at the New York City Clerk's Office last week but merely obtained a marriage licence rather than making the union official.

But actor Alec believed his niece had already married Justin, as he told Access Hollywood at the Primetime Emmy Awards: "They just went off and got married, I don't know what the deal is."

Insiders have told TMZ that the wedding will take place only when the prenuptial agreement is finalized, in contrast to reports that they had defied their advisers and married without a prenup due to their religious beliefs.

A source told U.K. newspaper The Sun: "They didn't tell anyone on their teams what was going on, and his people have been frantically trying to get his business affairs and finances in order."

However, Hailey has since insisted she is yet to become a married woman, writing on Twitter: "I understand where the speculation is coming from, but I'm not married yet."

The couple has also been spotted canoodling in London, with Justin photographed serenading his fiancee outside of Buckingham Palace.


Paul had blast with Corden

Paul McCartney was reluctant to drive around Liverpool with chat show host James Corden, but now he feels the Carpool Karaoke special helped get his new album to number one in America.

The former Beatles star instructed his media team to come up with fresh ideas surrounding the publicity for "Egypt Station," and when they suggested a day out with comedian Corden, Macca was a little less than enthusiastic at first.

He ended up agreeing to drive around his native Liverpool with the late night host, singing along to Beatles songs and pointing out Fab Four landmarks. McCartney also met with fans and performed a short set in a city pub.

The footage appeared as part of Corden's The Late Late Show and it was re-edited for an hour-long primetime special, which aired this summer.

"With James Corden, at first I wasn't sure if I wanted to do it, to tell you the truth," McCartney tells Billboard. "And then when I eventually agreed to do it and got into it, and then James' ideas started to come out, like, 'OK, we'll do it in Liverpool and we'll do this ...' I started to think, particularly when I got in the car with him, 'You know, this is fun!'

"I love driving around Liverpool. I love showing off my hometown and saying, 'Oh, you know, that's where we did our first gig, and that's where my brother got married"' I love that. I do that with people even when we're not on a show."

McCartney also performed intimate 'secret' gigs at Abbey Road in London, the Cavern Club in Liverpool and Grand Union Station in New York to promote his new album, which on Sunday became his first U.S. number one since "Tug of War" in 1982.

"I said to my guys, 'I wanna just do a little gig somewhere before we go out on the big tour. Let's do a few little gigs,' " he recalls. "So we started thinking, 'Well, where would we want to go, ideally...?' instead of just saying, 'Oh, we'll go anywhere, it doesn't matter, they're all the same.'

"(We said), 'Let's go to Abbey Road. That'll be fun', 'cause I'll be able to tell stories about having a smoke in the backroom there, you know, and all the little kind of tales you can tell ... And then we went to the Cavern in Liverpool. That particular time was quite nostalgic for me. I was going to all these places I loved, playing little gigs, and oh, incidentally, they were promotion."

Teen defends Drake texts

Millie Bobby Brown has defended her friendship with Drake after her revelations about their text conversations received criticism online.

While on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards on Monday, the Stranger Things actress opened up about their friendship to Access Hollywood, saying he recently texted her saying "I miss you so much" and that he gives her dating advice.

Her comments raised eyebrows with social media users, who found it strange that a 14-year-old would be having such exchanges with a 31-year-old, and Millie has now defended their friendship.

"Why u gotta make a lovely friendship ur headline? U guys are weird ... for real (sic)," she wrote in a note posted on her Instagram Stories. "I'm lucky to have people in the business extend their time to help me further my career and offer their wisdom and guidance. Im very blessed to have amazing people in my life. U don't get to choose that for me (sic).

"It's nice to have people understand what I do. Now get back to talking about real problems in this world other than my friendships ... jeez."

In a second note, she thanked her supporters and sent them her love.

In her red carpet interview, Millie said, "I love him. I met him in Australia, and he's honestly so fantastic. He's a great friend and a role model. We just texted each other the other day and he was like, 'I miss you so much,' and I was like, 'I miss you more.'"

She added that he gives her boy advice and she was excited to go see him when his tour stops in Atlanta later this year. The actress films Stranger Things in the state.

The British star met the "Hotline Bling" rapper before he performed in Brisbane, Australia back in November, and they shared photos of their encounter on social media.


Cannon tells Kanye to zip it

Nick Cannon has responded to Kanye West's video, insisting the rapper cannot tell him what he can and can't say.

At the start of September, rumours began circulating that Drake's "In My Feelings" hit was all about a secret romance between the Canadian rapper and Kim Kardashian, and speculation picked up pace when Kim's ex-boyfriend Nick weighed in on the claims, hinting an affair was entirely possible.

Kanye hit back at Nick for talking about his wife and the rumours in a Instagram video on Thursday night, telling him "don't mention my wife" in interviews and instructing him to decline to comment on anything Kim-related.

The Wild 'N Out star has now responded with his own series of Instagram videos, in which he insists he has "nothing but love and respect" for the "Stronger" star, but no one can control what he says.

"Honestly, I got to say this my dude, I have never said anything disrespectful or harmful in my opinion to your marriage or your union. I salute it, keep it going," he said. "But you're not going to tell me what I can and what I can't say. I am a solid individual. Somebody asks me a question, I am going to answer it to the best of my ability. I am going to give my opinion. No harm, no foul."

In a second video, the 37-year-old, who used to be married to Mariah Carey, invited Kanye along to a taping of Wild 'N Out and said they could make jokes about Mariah and Kim.

"Nothing but love for you, but I always speak my mind, just like you always speak your mind," he added, adding that no one can "control what I can say because I speak truth always."

Kim has denied the Drake rumours.

Kanye blasts Drake over Kim

Drake has been chastised by Kanye West for failing to shut down rumours suggesting he enjoyed an affair with the "Gold Digger" star's wife Kim Kardashian.

The gossip began circulating at the start of the month after one fan detailed their theory that Drake's "In My Feelings" hit was all about a secret romance between the Canadian MC and reality star Kim, as he repeatedly references a woman called Kiki—the same nickname Kanye's wife has used for years.

The speculation picked up pace as Kim's ex-boyfriend Nick Cannon weighed in on the claims, hinting an affair was entirely possible, leading the Keeping Up with the Kardashians beauty to publicly dismiss the allegations on Twitter.

Responding to the unfounded reports, she firmly declared, "never happened. End of story."

Drake has continued to remain mum as fans keep guessing about the identity of the Kiki he pines for in the song, but his silence has irked Kanye, who finally addressed the fabricated news in a series of video posts on Instagram on Thursday.

He began his rant with a few words for Nick, advising him to stop commenting on his ex's personal life.

"I understand that you used to date my wife, but you know, you get into an interview, don't mention my wife," Kanye said.

"If someone brings my wife up, say, 'I respect that man (Kanye), I'm not speaking on that.' Don't be making no suggestions, like nobody f**k my wife (sic)."

Turning his attention to Drake, Kanye continued, "People making rumours or thinking you f**ked my wife and you're not saying nothing ... that don't sit well with my spirit (sic)."

"You know, if I had a girlfriend from Chicago, her name was Renita, and you was married to Rihanna, I wouldn't make no song called Riri (sic)," he added, referencing Drake's previous on/off relationship with his "Work" collaborator, who goes by the nickname RiRi. "Don't make no record with nothing that can be confused (sic)."

Kanye goes on to reiterate statements insisting he did not share information about Drake's secret lovechild with his protege, Pusha T, who rapped about the boy Drake fathered with former porn star Sophie Brussaux on his diss track "The Story of Adidon"—a claim Drake later admitted was true on his most recent album Scorpion.

He closed out his Instagram video spree with some pointed remarks for male supermodel Tyson Beckford, who accused Kim of undergoing botched plastic surgery to enhance her curves as he commented on a snap of the mother-of-three dressed in a skimpy outfit back in July.

"As far as Tyson Beckford goes, don't speak on my wife, bro (sic)," he said. "Like, none of y'all speak on my wife period. What are you talking about? I'm married. We're in love, we're a family."

"Nick Cannon, Drake, Tyson Beckford, all that wasn't sittin' right with me," he concluded.

Drake remains close to girl

Drake helped to lift the spirits of a young fan he visited in hospital by gifting her with a new phone to keep in touch with the rap superstar.

Sofia Sanchez went viral on social media last month after sharing a video of herself taking part in the Canadian hitmaker's "In My Feelings" dance craze while awaiting a heart transplant in a Chicago medical centre.

She also revealed it was her birthday wish to meet her idol, and Drake decided to grant the request by paying a surprise visit to Sofia to celebrate her turning 11.

Days later, the girl, who suffered from heart muscle condition cardiomyopathy, learned a suitable donor had been found, and she successfully underwent surgery in late August.

Sofia is now well on the road to recovery, although she still has to take medication and wear a face mask to minimize her risk of infection, and in an interview on breakfast show Today, she revealed Drake had actually given her an iPhone with his number saved so she could text him whenever she wanted.

According to the young devotee, the "Hotline Bling" hitmaker had also invited Sofia to join him onstage at a future concert.

"He said that when I got out of the hospital and I could go around (sic) more people, he said he's gonna bring me up onstage and sing 'God's Plan' to me," she smiled.

It's not known when Sofia will be cleared by doctors to attend a Drake show, but she still has some time to catch him in concert on his current Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour, as the gigs with rap group Migos run until mid-November.

Shepard dismisses criticism

Actor Dax Shepard has urged critics to "get real" after they attacked his wife Kristen Bell for openly using marijuana around her sober husband.

The Frozen star revealed she has a penchant for using her vape pen about "once a week" during a recent interview on the WTF with Marc Maron podcast, insisting Dax has no problem with her drug use, even though he has been clean for 14 years.

"I smoke around my husband and it doesn't seem to bother him," Bell said, before laughing, "Weed rules!"

Her comments quickly made waves as her remarks about using marijuana to treat her anxiety were taken out of context, and many people began weighing in on the issue online.

It also became a topic of discussion on daytime show The Talk, with a representative asking for fan feedback via the program's Twitter page.

"Kristen Bell vapes weed around Dax Shepard, even though he's sober," read the post. "If you were sober, would you expect your spouse to be? #EverybodyTalks."

Shepard noticed the tweet and decided to directly address the controversy by reposting the question on his own profile.

"That would be like a diabetic expecting their partner to never eat dessert," he responded, before urging detractors to, "Get real!"

The Without a Paddle actor has long been open about his wild past and frequently admits he had a ball during his days of excess drinking and drug use, even though he knows it was not healthy.

Bell, who shares two young girls with Shepard, even told podcast host Maron her husband is always trying to encourage the clean-cut actress to take ecstasy just to experience the same high he used to enjoy.

"(He believes) you shouldn't leave Earth without having tried mushrooms or ecstasy," she said, before adding of her spouse: "He lost his privilege with them because he can't handle it. His brain doesn't have the chemistry to handle it."

Dax celebrated 14 years sober earlier this month.

Valderrama by Lovato's side

Wilmer Valderrama has been labelled Demi Lovato's rock after reportedly visiting her "constantly" while she's in rehab.

The "Confident" singer was rushed to hospital in July after being found unresponsive from a suspected opioid overdose in her Hollywood Hills home and has since checked into a rehabilitation facility to help her regain sobriety.

According to TMZ, Lovato quietly transferred from a rehab centre on the East Coast to another facility world-renowned for its addiction programs last month and has been visited by ex-boyfriend Wilmer on "several" occasions.

Eyewitnesses in a nearby town told the publication they have seen Demi and Wilmer at a local Starbucks numerous times, with staff at the coffee chain adding it appeared as though the couple was in a relationship.

Actor Valderrama, 38, was one of the first people to visit the "Sober" singer after her drug overdose and was spotted driving into Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles just one day after the incident.

The pair has remained close since parting ways in 2016 after six years together and appeared to break up on good terms, releasing a joint statement to Instagram celebrating their "loving and wonderful years together."

The duo has been openly supportive of one another ever since, with 26-year-old Lovato revealing in her 2017 tell-all documentary Simply Complicated that she had "never loved anybody" like she loved Valderrama and will always adore him.

On Tuesday, the star's mother Dianna De La Garza confirmed her daughter was on the road to recovery and "doing well" following the incident, which apparently left her in a critical condition for two days.

"We just didn't know for two days if she was going to make it or not," De La Garza explained in an interview with Newsmax TV. "I was very concerned, and I was trying to be strong for her and for her sisters and for my family back home. I just feel like the reason she's alive today is because of the millions of prayers that went up that day."

Lavigne back from Lyme war

Avril Lavigne has released her first song in three years after taking time out to battle Lyme disease.

The Canadian singer, 33, has been teasing her music comeback for months and revealed earlier this month that her long-awaited single, "Head Above Water," would be released on Wednesday.

The "Sk8er Boi" hitmaker hasn't released any new music since 2015, when she was diagnosed with Lyme disease, and in "Head Above Water" she details her struggle with the debilitating illness, with lyrics in the piano ballad including: "God keep my head above water, I lose my breath at the bottom, Come rescue me, I'll be waiting, I'm too young to fall asleep."

Earlier this month, Avril penned an emotional open letter on her website detailing her battle with Lyme, an infectious disease which has a range of symptoms including fevers, headaches and severe exhaustion.

Avril revealed she has endured the "worst years of my life" and has been through "both physical and emotional battles" with the illness but admitted having new material to focus on had given her a purpose to live for.

"I felt like I was drowning. Like I was going under water and I just needed to come up for air. Like I was in a river being pulled in a current. Unable to breathe," she explained, adding that she had written "Head Above Water" from her bed "during one of the scariest moments of my life."

"I had accepted death and could feel my body shutting down," she shared.

Avril, whose debut album Let Go propelled her to international fame in 2002, celebrated her comeback on social media and encouraged her fans to join the #HeadAboveWater campaign to benefit her charity, The Avril Lavigne Foundation, to help the fight against Lyme disease.

Allen's Drake meeting milky

Lily Allen was worried her leaky nipples ruined her chance to make a big impression on Drake.

The "Fear" singer, 33, met the Canadian rapper backstage at his gig in Birmingham, England in 2014, when she was still breastfeeding her second daughter Marnie, born the previous year.

In a chat with BBC Radio 1 host Nick Grimshaw, Lily revealed that he and some other pals had taken her to the gig but that her meeting with the hip-hop star was an awkward one.

"I got ushered into this dressing room, sat on the sofa, and Drake came in and sat down next to me," she said. "He asked what I was up to, I just said, 'I've just had a baby, and I'm thinking about getting back into the studio.' He said, "That's great, keep writing, I love your stuff.' "

The moment turned weird when she refused his offer of a chicken wing, later realizing that breast milk may have been leaking through her outfit while they chatted.

She told Nick: "He just looked at me like, 'Huh?' I think my nipples might even have been leaking."

The star also confessed that she had embarrassed herself in front of Drake on two more occasions, although she didn't open up about the details.

Lily's autobiography My Thoughts Exactly is out on Thursday, and several juicy stories have already appeared in the press.

In the book, she claims she romped with former Oasis rocker Liam Gallagher in an airplane toilet and that she had to be escorted home by Chris Martin after she passed out during a flirty night of partying with Orlando Bloom.

The memoir also deals with more serious subjects, such as Lily's experiences of sexual assault in the music industry and her mental health battles.

Hudson's baby almost here

A heavily pregnant Kate Hudson was on high alert during her recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as she could go into labor "any second."

The Almost Famous star and her mother Goldie Hawn sat down for a joint chat with host Ellen DeGeneres this week, and in the episode, which airs on Thursday, she admitted she is due very soon.

"Let's just say you probably have never had anyone this pregnant on your show," she told the talk show host, who suggested she looked like she could go into labour "any minute now," to which Kate replied, "It could be. Water could go any second."

She acknowledged the size of her baby bump, admitting that the child is going to be "pretty big."

The 39-year-old is expecting her first child with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa, and her third in total, following sons Ryder, 14, from her marriage to Chris Robinson, and Bing, seven, from her relationship with Muse's Matt Bellamy.

Kate and Danny already know they are expecting a girl and have "a couple of" names they like but won't make a final decision until "the day comes."

That will help Goldie, who accidentally knitted a pink blanket when Kate was in labour with Bing.

"I thought that the last baby was going to be a girl, so much that I did knit a pink blanket," she explained. "And when I saw his penis coming out, I, like, rack focused (switched focus) to the pink blanket and thought, 'Boy, did I screw up!' "

The veteran actress recalled how last time Kate was in the hospital preparing to give birth, she got hungry so she went out for supplies, and came back with pizza and Doritos.

"The best part of that was when mom called me in labour and said, 'I'm about to take a swim and I was going to get a massage. How long do you think you're going to be labouring?' " Kate recalled. "I was like, 'I don't know mom'. I'm calling the nurse going, do you know how long I would be labouring? Mom wants to swim."

The newborn will mark the 72-year-old's sixth grandchild. Her son Oliver already has three children.

It's actually Chrissy 'Tie-gen'

Chrissy Teigen makes her father cringe every time she mispronounces her family name.

The model and TV personality recently stunned fans on Twitter by revealing her maiden name is constantly pronounced incorrectly, but she quit pointing out the mistake in public years ago.

"Gave up a long time ago," she wrote on Sunday night. "last name is tie-gen not tee-gen."

"My whole life, I've been saying it wrong (sic), honestly," the beauty confessed as she addressed the surprising fact on breakfast show Good Morning America.

In fact, Chrissy has grown to prefer the way the mispronounced version sounds, even though her dad, Ron, who is of Norwegian descent, disapproves.

"I just always felt 'Tee-gen' flows better, and ... I got tired of correcting people," she shrugged. "I think I haven't been correcting people for about 25 years now."

"I still want 'Tee-gen'!" she laughed. "My dad cringes every time he hears me say it incorrectly, but it's 'Tie-gen', it really is 'Tie-gen'. It's a really popular name in Norway, so yeah, I'm doing a disservice by calling it 'Tee-gen', but I don't like correcting people, as crazy as it seems."

Chrissy now considers the slight change her stage moniker, just like the one her husband, singer John Legend, adopted.

"Please say 'Tee-gen,'" she added. "It's a stage name! John's not John Legend either, he's John Stephens (by birth)!"

Chrissy, 32, isn't the only celebrity to adopt a different pronunciation of her family name. In August, pop star Ariana Grande explained her Italian last name is actually "Grand-ee."

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