Ashton Kutcher Thinks Mila Kunis is Having a Girl
Showbiz Spy claims Ashton Kutcher thinks Mila Kunis is going to have a girl.
A source tells the site: “He has definitely brought up that he thinks it is going to be a girl. But when he has said it to people it seems more like a hope than an actual fact. They are ready to start a family, but they could have easily been ready to start next year as well. They really go with the flow and believe everything happens for a reason.”
Reports of Lindsay Lohan Drinking at Coachella are Circulating
Coachella is going on so it was only a matter of time before reports that LINDSAY LOHAN has fallen off the wagon started going around. InTouch Weekly and Female First are both claiming Lindsay was getting her drink on.
A source tells the sites: "She looked completely out of it. She couldn't stand up straight and she was frantically chain-smoking cigarettes. In one of her hands she had a plastic cup with a clear liquid in it. She didn't seem to care who saw and none of the group seemed concerned."
The source claims Lindsay's drink of choice was vodka soda.
Flavor Flav Has Accepted a Plea Deal After Assaulting His Fiancée and Threatening Her Son with Two Knives
Back in 2012, FLAVOR FLAV was arrested for allegedly getting physical with his girlfriend . . . and chasing her 17-year-old son around with KNIVES after he tried to intervene. The kid said Flav was threatening to kill him.
Flav was facing felony assault and child endangerment charges that could have gotten him up to 12 years in prison.
But yesterday, Flav pleaded guilty to reduced, misdemeanor charges . . . and was sentenced to probation and four months of domestic violence counseling.
The family has since reconciled. Flav told the judge the kid is his stepson, and added, quote, "I love my son and my son loves me, too."
The "Mad Men" Season Premiere Disappointed in the Ratings
Sunday's seventh season premiere of "Mad Men" disappointed in the ratings. Around 2.3 million people tuned in, which was the show's lowest season premiere since Season Two opened to 2.1 million in 2008.
For comparison, the sixth season premiere drew 3.4 million viewers last spring.
Meanwhile, Sunday's "purple wedding" episode of "Game of Thrones" did well and attracted 6.3 million viewers, which was just barely down from the 6.6 million who tuned in for the fourth season premiere last week.