Looks like a very happy time for Mel Gibson and his newly pregnant girlfriend Rosalind Ross!
Of course, last month we learned that the couple is expecting a child next year, which would be Gibson's ninth, and on Friday night everybody was all smiles at the World Poker Tour's Four Kings And An Ace charity event in Beverly Hills!
Gibson showed off those pearly whites in what was clearly a very happy moment for him with Ross tight by his side (above), before heading into the event with other celebs in attendance, too, like Vince Vaughn and Gene Simmons!
The Laundress, a lifestyle brand, helped the rocker develop a laundry detergent product that he seems REALLY pumped about — at least based on the video recently released showing him going through his routine alongside the lifestyle company's co-founders, Gwen Whiting and Lindsey Boyd.
"I'm authentically into this," Mayer says at one point while washing and hand drying a t-shirt of his, "at some point, a man has to be a man."
The 30-year-old Mean Girls star is facing down the possibility of having to declare bankruptcy after she allegedly failed to pay rent on 3.5-million British pound London home (worth about $4.2 million US).
This week, lawyers from Child & Child delivered a letter to Lohan seeking
In a statement to E! News, Scarlett and her husband Romain Dauriac announced they're now the proud owners of a popcorn shop in Paris. Apparently the idea has been a "dream" of Johansson's for a long time.
After news of the PayPal co-founder's large donation came out, many questioned whether Facebook should reevaluate Thiel's status as a board member — but according to the big man in charge, the Trump supporter isn't going anywhere.
On Tuesday, Zuckerberg commented on the controversy in an internal memo to Facebook employees, in which he chalked up the board member's support of the candidate as part of the company's "diversity."
In a leaked screenshot of the CEO's post, which the social media giant confirmed to CBS News was authentic, he wrote:
"We can't create a culture that says it cares about diversity and then excludes almost half of the country because they back a political candidate. There are many reasons a person might support Trump that do not involve racism, sexism, xenophobia or accepting sexual assault."
And people wonder why sexual assault survivors often don't come forward to confront their accusers...
In an aggressive move on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump said that he is planning on suing the women who have stepped forward to accuse him of sexual assault over the last several weeks of his campaign.