Jersey Shore's Pauly D just learned he’s a father -- the result of a one-night stand. His daughter’s name is Amabella and she is 5 months old. Mom is a Hooters waitress named Amanda Markert and contacted Pauly after the baby was born. Amanda first met Pauly in Las Vegas where they hooked up. After he took a DNA test it turned out he was the father!
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian got engaged on Monday and the rapper rented out San Francisco's AT&T Park for the occasion. West proposed with a flawless 15-carat diamond ring by celebrity jeweler Lorraine Schwartz. Aiding in his effort was the field's jumbo screen, which flashed the sign, "PLEEEASE MARRY MEEE!!!" and 50-piece orchestra. Be sure to check out the video here!
Ben & Jerry's latest ice cream flavor is inspired by Anchorman. “Scotchy Scotch Scotch” pays tribute to Will Ferrell’s iconic character Ron Burgundy --and his drink of choice. The limited batch ice cream is not soaked in oak barrels to make it taste like scotch. It’s laced with gooey ribbons of butterscotch.The Anchorman sequel hits theaters at Christmas. But Ben & Jerry’s “Scotchy Scotch Scotch” will be on store shelves before Thanksgiving.Watch the trailer of Anchorman here!
Robert Downey Jr. was just named the Most Valuable Star of 2013 by Vulture. The New York magazine site combined domestic and overseas box office totals, studio value, likeability, Oscars, critics' scores, Twitter mentions and tabloid value when deciding exactly which
Tim Burton is reportedly in negotiations to direct a sequel to his 1988 hit movie Beetlejuice. Burton has received an offer from Warner Bros. to helm the sequel. Seth Grahame-Smith—who worked with Burton twice in 2012, on Dark Shadows and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter—penned the script. He will produce the movie with his partner, David Katzenberg. Burton has yet to read the script. No word yet if Michael Keaton would reprise his role as Beetlejuice.
Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" is officially the best-selling song of 2013. The song topped the Billboard chart for 12 weeks and has sold six million copies. Thicke's album Blurred Lines also reached #1 this year, in both the U.S.and the U.K. The old record on that was held by Gotye, whose song "Somebody That I Used to Know" hit six million in 30 weeks last year. In December, he's booked to perform at this year's Grammy Nominations Live concert.