Page Six reports that Ryan Gosling lost his cool with a photographer after he called Eva Mendes “baby”:
“[They] were at the Bowery Hotel Friday when a fashion photographer who had recently shot Mendes saw her and shouted, “Hey, baby!”
“Ryan completely flipped out, and it got heated,” says an eyewitness. “Ryan got in the guy’s face and said, ‘Who are you calling baby?’ Eva had to jump in and calm everyone down before it came to fisticuffs. Ryan then made nice and shook the guy’s hand.”
Heidi Klum’s 7-year-old son Henry was wept away in a riptide with his nanny while on vacation in Hawaii — but Heidi saved them:
“We got pulled into the ocean by a big wave. Of course, as a mother, I was very scared for my child and everyone else in the water,” the Project Runway host tells Us Weekly in an exclusive statement. “Henry is a strong swimmer and was able to swim back to land. We were able to get everyone out safely.”
Joe Giudice rejected a plea deal that would have landed him four years in prison.
Shain Gandee, star of MTV’s reality show Buckwild, was found dead in a vehicle early this morning alongside two others. He was 21.
Cory Monteith checked himself into rehab for substance abuse.
Hayden Panettiere wore a bikini and everybody decided that she had gotten breast implants because of it.
Read every line that Kim Kardashian says in Tyler Perry’s Temptation.
Brandi Glanville made out with Jesse Heiman (the “GoDaddy nerd”), but why?
Nicki Minaj told an American Idol contestant to “be gracious.”
The Jolie-Pitts went on vacation in Santa Barbara.
Carson Daly’s favorite music video on MTV was Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up.”
Andy Murray gets the award for best-looking T-shirt-tan body.
Evan Rachel Wood baby-bump watch has apparently commenced.
Josh and Anna Duggar are having a boy.
Conan O’Brien extended his contract with TBS through November 2015.
Roscoe Orman — the dad on Sesame Street — apparently fathered a secret love child.
The legal battle between the members of En Vogue has finally been settled.
- Britain marks 10 years since 52 people were killed in terrorist attacks in London.
- Bill Cosby testified in 2005 that he obtained sedatives to give to women he wanted to have sex with, the AP reports.
- The South Carolina legislature took a key step toward removing the Confederate flag from statehouse grounds.
- Reddit's CEO apologized for the site's "long history of mistakes."