Mila Kunis Conceals Baby Bump on Red Carpet, Gwyneth Paltrow's Famous Mom Blythe Danner "Upset" About Chris Martin Split: Top 5 Stories

Celebrity News Mar. 28, 2014 AT 7:50PM
Mila Kunis and Gwyneth Paltrow Mila Kunis and Gwyneth Paltrow Credit: Dave J Hogan/Getty Images; Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

Pregnant Mila Kunis shows off her growing baby bump -- well, sort of, and Gwyneth Paltrow's famous mom, actress Blythe Danner, is not happy about her daughter's split from Chris Martin -- plus other top stories from Friday, Mar. 28!

1. Mila Kunis Conceals Baby Bump on First Red Carpet After Pregnancy Reveal

Thanks, Tatum! Pregnant Mila Kunis showed off her growing baby bump -- well, sort of -- as she attended the Jupiter Ascending premiere with costar Channing Tatum on Thursday, March 27 -- her first red carpet since her big pregnancy reveal.

2. Exclusive: Blythe Danner "Upset" About Daughter Gwyneth and Chris Martin's Split

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin aren't the only ones having a rough time this week. The Oscar winner's famous mother, actress Blythe Danner, is very emotional about the couple's separation, a source tells Us Weekly.

3. You've Been Served! Selena Gomez Subpoenaed For Justin Lawsuit

Selena Gomez was subpoenaed to testify in one of Justin Bieber's lawsuits on Thursday, March 27. The "Come & Get It" singer was caught off guard when a woman handed her legal documents outside a convenience store in L.A.

4. Beyonce Breaks Down in Tears During Final Mrs. Carter Show Concert

It's just emotions takin' her over. Beyonce wrapped up her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour on Thursday, March 27, with a final concert at the MEO Arena in Lisbon, Portugal -- and as she thanked fans for their support, she was overcome with sentimentality.

5. Official? Rihanna Holds Drake's Hand in London!

Superstar hookup! Rihanna and Drake left a London club together, hand in hand, late Thursday, March 27. The pair have been inching closer to a relationship, multiple insiders tell Us Weekly. "It's working well," one source tells Us.

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