"I am having a boy! I am so excited!" the Brazilian beauty told E!. "Because I already have a daughter I know what to expect with a girl, so having a boy means it's going to be surprising all over again. My fiancé is so excited. Now he has company! He won't be in a house full of girls anymore!"
The Victoria's Secret model is already mom to three-year-old Anja.
Early this year, the singer was pulled over for a traffic violation and the authorities found pills and an unidentified powder. TMZ reports that the substance was cocaine.
In addition to the felony, he has two misdemeanors for driving without a license and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
Scantlin has pled not guilty, but if convicted, the musician could be doing up to 4.5 years behind bars
In the video above, a recorded phone conversation is played back for Charalambopoulos. The voice in the message is supposedly Grammer's, and she threatens to "desecrate" the mother of Charalambopoulos' son.
"If you go to the press, I have lawyers that are beyond what you can imagine and they will pull stuff on you and you will be so mortified about your life and your family and what you have done," says the voice.
"You don't want to do that to Marcus, I will desecrate you, believe me, and that I can do," she continues, "so be careful what you say and what you do because my defamation attorneys are huge...they will hunt down and research every nook and cranny of your life."
The above video was taken while Charalambopoulos was being deposed because his ex-girlfriend allegedly wants to move with their son to Colorado.
"I respect what other people have to say. The bottom line is that everyone thinks differently," she says of the criticism. "It's very hard for me to accept, but I get it. People end up wasting their time on the blogs or whatever, ranting away, and that's all right. I don't hate them for it."
Three years ago, Brown was charged with felony assault after he violently attacked Rihanna just before the Grammy Awards. Despite their troubled past, the singers recently collaborated on two remixes.
She received a lot of backlash for working with her former boyfriend, but she's not apologizing: "Because tomorrow I'm still going to be the same person. I'm still going to do what I want to do."
A source recently told Page Six that her management had banned her from working with Brown, but she insists on doing it anyway.
"Rihanna is rebelling," says the insider. "She says they have been working her too hard and she wants some time to herself. They fear she'll secretly record an album with Brown, just to defy them."
"I literally, LITERALLY just got saved from a car by Ryan Gosling," tweeted Laurie Penny, a British journalist. "Literally. That actually just happened."
She went on to explain that since she's from London, she wasn't looking the right way as she started to cross 6th avenue. She also specified that while he did not say "Hey girl," he did say "Hey, watch out!"
"Identity of no-idea-if-actually-a-manarchist-but-definitely-a-decent-sort Ryan Gosling confirmed by girl near me, who said 'you lucky b*tch'," wrote Penny.
BRB, going to pretend I'm throwing myself into 6th Avenue traffic until Gosling comes to save me. I'm not too picky: I will also settle for Daniel Craig.
The ex-boyfriend who became the inspiration for Adele's heartbreaking love songs is thought to be a photographer named Alex Sturrock, who the singer allegedly dated in 2008 and 2009.
While the singer has stayed mum on the ex-boyfriend's name, the press has made several attempts to unveil the man's identity.
Heat magazine named Sturrock as the mystery man, and a friend of the photographer's confirms that the two were together from the summer of 2008 until April 2009.
"It was an intense period for them," said the insider. "They met through mutual friends and hit it off straight away. He shot her a few times and that was just it."
As the two spent more time together, Adele hired him as the official photographer for her U.S. tour.
Sturrock allegedly refused to call the singer his "girlfriend", despite the fact that he was living with her in her West London home.
"Adele was pretty hurt by that," said Sturrock's friend, "but Alex didn't want to label what they had."
The singer began recording 21 in 2009, after their breakup.
The new ad features the singer shilling the King's new Crispy Chicken Snack Wrap. She stands on a table, singing "Crispy chicken, fresh lettuce, three cheeses, ranch dressing, wrapped up in a tasty flour tortilla" to the tune of her song "Don't Mind."
Many fans called it cheap, others have accused her of selling out, and many more have pointed out that the ad is offensive and racist.
Other celebrities such as Jay Leno, Salma Hayek, and David Beckham have done ads for the same campaign, but Telly Award-winning advertising copywriter Thembisa S. Mshaka points out that Blige "is the only one who is rude, terse, and invasive."
"Mary appears out of nowwhere, mad for no reason, over the contents of a chicken wrap," writes Mshaka, "which she proceeds to outline in a song where she's not so much singing as belting."
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