Katy Perry "Doesn't Approve" of Rihanna's Relationship With Chris Brown, Steve Martin, 67, Becomes First-Time Dad: Top 5 Stories of Today
Katy Perry "doesn't approve" of Rihanna dating Chris Brown, Steve Martin, 67, becomes a first-time dad, and Chi magazine defends its decision to run Kate Middleton's pregnant bikini photos: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Wednesday, Feb. 13 in the roundup!
Rihanna's reunion with Chris Brown at this year's Grammy Awards stirred up plenty of buzz among fans, but it turns out that some of the couple's famous friends aren't so hot about their rekindled romance either. Katy Perry, who got close with the "Stay" singer at last year's Grammys, "doesn't approve" of Rihanna's decision to get back together with Brown, 23, and their friendship has suffered as a result of it, sources tell Us Weekly.
At 67 years old, Steve Martin is at last starring in his own real-life version of Parenthood! The New York Post's Page Six reports that the beloved comic actor has quietly become a father for the first time, with his wife, Anne Stringfield, welcoming a child in December.
Don't mess with Jenny McCarthy's family. One week after veteran film critic Rex Reed attacked the actress' cousin Melissa McCarthy in a scathing write-up of the movie Identity Thief, the 40-year-old former Playboy model is speaking out. And she's not mincing any words. "[Melissa is] very talented and people know that," McCarthy told E! News of the Bridesmaids star. As for Rex Reed? "He can go to hell."
Chi is at at again. The Italian tabloid magazine has printed pictures of Kate Middleton's pregnant bikini body in its latest issue, just five months after it published images of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing in the nude during a private vacation in France. On Wednesday, Feb. 13, Chi's editor in chief, Alfonso Signorini, defended his decision to distribute the pictures from Middleton and Prince William's recent babymoon in Mustique.
What Taylor Swift doesn't say in song, she says with her silence. The country crooner's feud with Carrie Underwood made seating charts a nightmare for the Grammys staffers, a source tells Us Weekly. "Such a headache!" the insider said of the last-minute scrambling. According to another source, however, the strategic separation of the two wasn't just limited to the Staples Center auditorium on Sunday, Feb. 10.