Christina Aguilera is a mom once again. The "Voice" star gave birth to a daughter, her first with fiancé Matt Rutler, over the weekend in Los Angeles, according to Us Weekly. Aguilera later took to Twitter to reveal the baby's name, tweeting, "So proud to welcome our beautiful daughter Summer Rain Rutler into the world." Aguilera also has a 6-year-old son, Max, with ex-husband Jordan Bratman. Of course, the real news here is that with the pregnancy no longer an issue, you can go back to criticizing Aguilera about her weight, you terrible, terrible people.
Half of the Jennifer Lawrence-Chris Martin attraction matrix explained
You're probably still really confused about the whole Jennifer Lawrence dating Chris Martin thing. I mean, I know I am. Lucky for us, the Sun is on the case, getting word from an anonymous source that Martin digs Lawrence because she's the opposite of Gwyneth Paltrow. This source doesn't pull any punches, apparently. "Jennifer is loads of fun and they can't stop laughing when they are together. Chris feels he is dating someone who has everything he's been missing out on in the past 11 years," the source says. "Jennifer doesn’t take herself too seriously, and when she is not filming she just wants to hang out and have a good time." But here's the thing: No one was curious as to why Martin would be attracted to Lawrence. She's Jennifer Lawrence, case closed. You got an anonymous source that can explain the other half of that equation?
Bieber once again thinks we can't see what he deletes
Justin Bieber still doesn't seem to understand that the Internet is forever. Following his well-worn habit of posting and then quickly deleting photos, Bieber uploaded an Instagram snap of himself and on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez clearly on again, with Gomez in Bieber's arms giving him a kiss on the cheek. The attached caption? "Right now everything else is a blur." Speaking of blurs, the Beebs took the photo down just as fast, but not before it could earn 216,553 likes — which, to be fair, is pretty low for Bieber.
Was "Expendables 3" a flop because of piracy?
The disappointing opening weekend box office results for "the Expendables 3" — a not very jacked $16.2 million — may be the most direct example yet of piracy having an impact on Hollywood, as a leaked copy of the action sequel went online three weeks before release, resulting in more than 2.2 million downloads. "This is really a clear situation where this had an impact," BoxOffice.com's Phil Contrino tells Variety. "It's hard to measure, but the ripple effect — not only of the downloads but of the word-of-mouth that spread as a result — can be seen in the soft opening." But at least one rival executive thinks it had more to do with the movie just not being very good: "There was some audience rejection," the unnamed exec says. "When you go to the well too many time, you're going to run out of gas."
Chris Pratt used to live in a van with Scooby Doo painted on the side of it
Chris Pratt's campaign to melt the hearts of all he encounters continues. The "Guardians of the Galaxy" star recently posted a photo of himself from his days of being homeless in Hawaii, standing next to the Scooby Doo-emblazoned van he used to call home. "Can't believe I found this picture," he wrote on Facebook. "That is the van I lived in! In my hand is the script for the movie that got me out of Maui. Crazy." Pratt previously told the Independent that he bummed around Maui working as a waiter at the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company before breaking into Hollywood.