Megan Fox gave birth to a baby boy last month, according to E! News, keeping mum about the arrival. Fox and husband Brian Austin Green welcomed son Noah Shannon Green on Sept. 27, a first for the couple. Green also has a 10-year-old son, Kassius, from a previous relationship. An already pregnant Fox told Cosmopolitan magazine in April that she's "always been maternal" and wants "at least two, probably three kids."
Jennifer Aniston gives fiancé Justin Theroux high marks for secrecy in the lead-up to his popping the question. "The proposal was one of the sneakiest jobs I've ever seen," Aniston tells People magazine. "I had no idea." The actress also has no idea what she'll be wearing for her big day, but she knows it won't be anything to experimental. "A bride should look like herself," Aniston says. "If you try something new, you'll feel uncomfortable."
Katy Perry may be enjoying her time with John Mayer — this week, at least — but Perry's brother, David Hudson, doesn't think the "Teenage Dream" singer has met "the one" yet. "She deserves a true gentleman, and I don't think she's found that," Hudson says, according to Hollyscoop, adding that Perry doesn't "necessarily [need a guy] in the business, just someone that's really got something impressive." Of course, just because he's her brother doesn't mean she'll take any of his advice. "She shrugs it off because she's her own person," Hudson admits. "She's very independent."
Chelsea Handler has had all sorts of guests on her talk show, but she has to draw the line somewhere. When asked by "Access Hollywood" if there's anyone she would never have on "Chelsea Lately," the host says, "Well, probably Paris Hilton or something. She hasn't begged [to come on], but I mean, I can't look at her. She's like the worst." Handler also shoots down the idea of ever interviewing Dina or Michael Lohan, the headline-grabbing parents of troubled actress Lindsay Lohan. "No, I can't talk to them," Handler says. "That's just a hot mess."
"Twilight" star Kellan Lutz is certainly not short on self-confidence. While the 27-year-old actor is saying goodbye to the super-successful vampire franchise, he sees a lot more success in his future. "I want to act for the rest of my life," Lutz tells DuJour magazine. "I'll win an Oscar one day, but I'm in no rush to get there. I don't care if that takes me 50 years, and I'm old. I just love what I do."