Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcome a baby girl
Plus, Ariana Grande doesn't mind being compared to Mariah Carey, Kristen Stewart is getting a Twilight comeback and Lena Dunham opens up on date rape
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcomes baby girl
The 31 year old gorgeous actress has given birth to a baby girl. According to TMZ, she and fiancé Ashton Kutcher welcomed a "healthy baby girl" on September 30 and "are so happy". The newly parents have known each other since their younger days when they played on-screen couple Kelso and Jackie in That 70's Show. They started dating in 2011 and got engaged this February.
Now it's time to plan the Jackie and Kelso wedding we've all been waiting for!
Ariana Grande isn't offended by Mariah Carey comparisons
When pintsized Ariana Grande first came out in 2013, we'd noticed a lot of similarities to a certain songstress. And that is Mariah Carey. We’re not the only ones that think so; in fact the majority of people felt the same and Ariana is fine with it.
"Mariah has been a huge influence on me since I was a little girl," Ariana said to Us Weekly. "I've even done a cover of one of her songs. I don't think there are any negatives to being compared to one of the greatest vocalists of all time. It's honestly a great honour."
Her cover of one of Mariah's greatest hits, Emotions, is so uncanny that it's unreal. She even had the whistle on point. Watch her cover below:
Kristen Stewart to comeback with Twilight short films
Twihards, you need to sit down for this. It looks like Kristen Stewart can't let go of Twilight just yet. The lead actress of the romantic-vampire flick has been assigned to mentor a new Twilight project that focuses on the other characters of the Twilight franchise.
According to The New York Times, Lions Gate and author Stephenie Meyer has announced that they will select five aspiring female directors to make short films based on Twilight characters.
Joining Kristen in selecting the aspiring directors will be Kate Winslet, Octavia Spencer, Julie Bowen, Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke, film producer Cathy Schulman and Frozen director Jennifer Lee. Instead of showing the short films on the big screen, the mini-movies will be shown exclusively on Facebook next year. Excited? We sure are!
Lena Dunham spills about her date rape experience and recovery
Who would have thought that Lena Dunham had gone through such a traumatic experience? While promoting her memoir Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She's Learned, the writer, actress and director opened up one of her darkest secrets in an interview with NPR's Terry Gross on Fresh Air that she was date raped back in college.
"There were a few things in this book that I was terrified to put into the world… The chapter about date rape in the book was a really, really terrifying thing for me to put into the world," Lena explained.
"It was a painful experience physically and emotionally, and one I spent a long time trying to reconcile," the Girls creator continued. "At the time that it happened, it wasn't something that I was able to be honest about. I was able to share pieces, but I sort of used the lens of humor, which has always been my default mode, to try to talk around it."
The Emmy-nominated writer and Oberlin College graduate finally found her voice after all these years. "I spent so much time ashamed; I don't feel that way anymore. And it's not because of my job, it's not because of my boyfriend, it's not because of feminism - though all those things helped - it's because I told the story. And I still feel like myself and I feel less alone."
You can listen to her talk about her experiences here.