Taryn Ryder at Yahoo Celebrity 1 hr ago
The Top Five filmmaker was recently pulled over for the third time in less than two months, capturing the latest incident on social media.
"Stopped by the cops again wish me luck," he captioned the selfie with the familiar blue lights flashing in the background.
The 50-year-old comedian first started documenting the traffic stops on Feb. 13: "Just got pulled over by the cops wish me luck."
And again on Feb. 27: "I'm not even driving stop by the cops again."
This is hardly the first time Rock has broached the topic of racial profiling.
In an episode of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the two actors were pulled over while speeding in an orange Lamborghini. Rock joked to Seinfeld, "Now here's the crazy thing, if you weren't here, I'd be scared."
"Were you worried, Chris?" Jerry asked.
"I was worried the whole time," he joked. "I'm still worried."
In fact, Chris had previously used that situation as the fodder for one of his best bits from The Chris Rock Show: "How Not to Get Your Ass Kicked By the Police."
Elizabeth Durand Streisand at Yahoo Celebrity 2 hrs ago
Early Wednesday morning, Milla Jovovich and her husband, writer/director Paul W. S. Anderson, welcomed their second child, a baby girl named Dashiel Edon Anderson. The new addition was fashionably late, too — Jovovich's due date was March 29.
"Milla delivered her second daughter Dashiel Edon early this morning. Both Mama and Baby are doing great.," her rep told The Insider With Yahoo . "Milla, her husband Paul, and big sister Ever are overjoyed to welcome Dashiel into the their family and are all spending some quality bonding time together."
Little Dashiel joins 7-year-old Ever Garbo Anderson, who, apparently, is as excited for the new addition as her proud parents and more than willing to share her wardrobe with her younger sister.
"[Ever] keeps saying, 'Don't get her anything new. She can wear all my clothes," Jovovich revealed recently with a laugh. "She's so economical."
Mallory Schlossberg at Yahoo Celebrity 2 hrs ago
" two years, and sandstorms, and the stars haven't left my eyes," the 18-year-old singer wrote.
Lorde was pretty spot-on with her poetic caption. The couple has faced some major "sandstorms," so to speak — and not just the typical ones that come with young love. And let's face it: trying to weather the hormonal hardships of young adulthood is enough to break many young relationships.
Throw in the fame factor, and you've got what could be a very complicated equation. But judging by Lorde's frequent sweet Instagram pics of herself and Lowe, 25, you'd never know that they had been the victims of major trolling in the earlier days of their romance.
Yeah, these two look like they're gonna be fine for the next couple years, too.
Robert Kessler at Yahoo Celebrity 3 hrs ago
The fertility struggles of Giuliana and Bill Rancic are a long and well-documented saga. Sadly, it continues. The couple was recently dealt another devastating blow when they lost their last viable embryo to a miscarriage.
Guiliana told People that she and Bill learned on New Year's Eve that the surrogate who was carrying their third and final embryo suffered a miscarriage.
"It was painful," Rancic told the magazine. "We were so optimistic with this last embryo. We thought, 'This is definitely going to work. This is our last shot.'"
Giuliana chose to freeze four embryos when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. The first resulted in a successful pregnancy; Bill and Giuliana's son Duke was born via surrogate in 2012. Two more eggs were implanted in a surrogate in 2014, but she miscarried. Rancic calls this latest loss "the toughest blow."
The reason for her thin appearance, she claims, is those cancer-suppressing meds.
Robert Kessler at Yahoo Celebrity 5 hrs ago
Teen punk Avril Lavigne has been notably out of the spotlight for several months and now she's explaining why: she's been struggling with Lyme disease.
In an exclusive interview with People magazine, Lavigne says things took a turn for the worse last October while she was in Las Vegas to celebrate her 30th birthday. It was shortly after that trip that she was diagnosed with Lyme disease, a disease spread by ticks which can cause symptoms ranging from fever and fatigue to joint pain, neck stiffness, and memory loss.
"I felt like I couldn't breathe, I couldn't talk and I couldn't move," Lavigne says. "I thought I was dying."
"There were definitely times I couldn't shower for a full week because I could barely stand," she says. "It felt like having all your life sucked out of you."
Elizabeth Durand Streisand at Yahoo Celebrity 16 hrs ago
It takes a special kind of man to be a movie star capture the heart of a brilliant woman convince a friend his cat is dying of constipation. But George Clooney is exactly that kind of man. Over the last two decades, the actor has made headlines not only for his performances, but also for his pranks. In honor of April Fools' Day, we've rounded up some of the best and brightest from the Clooney archives in hopes that they might inspire the next generation of prank legends. (Amal Alamuddin, we're looking at you!)
1. That time he made Richard Kind think his cat hadn't had a bowel movement in weeks.
2. That time he gave Richard Kind a hideous painting he found in the trash and passed it off as his own work.
Poor Richard just can't get a break. Just three years after the infamous kitty litter prank, George's longtime pal got nailed again. It all started when Clooney found an awful, gigantic painting in a random pile of trash, took it home, framed it, and signed it as his own. Then for months, he kept telling Richard he was taking art classes. On Richard's 40 th birthday, George gifted his friend the painting, which Kind dutifully hung in his living room.
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 19 hrs ago
Zoë Kravitz seems so cool and confident, but the 26-year-old actress and singer has overcome some serious body issues.
"I had a really hard time when I was 16, 17, 18," the daughter of rocker Lenny Kravitz and actress Lisa Bonet says in a new interview with Complex magazine. Kravitz explains that she struggled with both anorexia and bulimia until roughly two years ago.
"I think it was part of being a woman, and being surrounded by [fame]," she notes. "I don't think it was about the fame, but I think it was definitely about being around that world, seeing that world. I felt pressured."
"It was f---ed up, man," she says. "You could see my rib cage. I was just trying to lose more weight for the film but I couldn't see: You're there. Stop. It was scary."
Then, she describes having a sudden change of heart on New Year's Eve 2013.
Robert Kessler at Yahoo Celebrity 21 hrs ago
Kevin Hart shared this adorable photo of his younger self on Instagram, which he used to lure you in before delivering a privilege-checking one-two punch to make you feel bad about all the stuff you had while growing up. In the caption for the photo, Hart explained it was taken on his birthday, though he didn't say exactly how old he was.
"This picture shows you guys where I am from and what I had," the 35-year-old Hart wrote. "It was damn near nothing but my mom did a great job of loving the sh*t out of me and that made me happy!!!"
Hart then went on to describe the extent of the poverty he experienced as a child, pointing out the tins of tuna and sardines behind him, which were what he was "raised on." Hart also recalled that his childhood bedroom was a bunk bed in a hallway. And he noted there was duct tape on the sink "to keep the roaches away from the plates and the food."
"This is why I will never let this business change me," Hart said. "I came from nothing and I'm glad because that is what made me the man that I am today!!!!"
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 23 hrs ago
Life in the Beckham family isn't all runways and high-fashion photo shoots.
Just ask 16-year-old Brooklyn, the eldest son of former soccer star and underwear model David and clothing designer Victoria. As David appeared on The Late Late Show With James Corden on Monday, he revealed that the teen has to by abide by the same rules as any high schooler.
For starters, Brooklyn was only allowed to go on a date if his dad went, too. "On his first date, which he was about 14 and a half, Victoria was actually in London," David recalled. "It was Valentine's Day and he said, 'I'd love to take this girl to dinner.' I said, 'OK, great.' I spoke to Victoria and she was like, 'Really?' I said, 'Yeah, he's going to do it.' She said, 'OK. Make sure you take him and make sure you sit in the restaurant.'"
He continued, "I was like, 'Really? You're gonna make me do that?' She said, 'Yep. That's the only way I'm going to let him go.' So we took him to a small sushi restaurant and he sat at the sushi bar and I sat about five tables back." How embarrassing!
Taryn Ryder at Yahoo Celebrity 1 day ago
Helen Mirren is many things (Oscar winner, for starters), but being sexy is not something she wants on her resume.
The 69-year-old actress clearly looks fantastic, but when talking with Matt Lauer, Mirren said it was time for people to come up with a new word to describe her and others.
"I don't [like the word sexy], because I think it's totally overused and limiting," the Woman in Gold star said on the Today show Tuesday. "It limits human qualities into this very narrow, rather mundane… place."
She continued, "Human beings are so much more complex and interesting and deep and everything than that. I wish there was a better word than that to express something deeper and richer."
Some people might say that attitude is what makes Helen Mirren, well, not sexy. Definitely not sexy.