Kylie Jenner is pregnant with her first child.


According to a new report, Kylie Jenner is pregnant with her first child. TMZ reports that the 20-year-old’s boyfriend Travis Scott is telling friends that the reality star is expecting a baby girl.The outlet also claims that Kylie began telling friends earlier this month at the Day N Night Fest in Anaheim, CA. The news comes after the lip kit queen skipped out on a family interview with Megyn Kelly.

During her 20th birthday celebration, she fueled pregnancy speculation by rocking an oversized shirt for her celebration. Walking into the venue, the visibly surprised reality star headed straight to her 25-year-old rapper boyfriend and gave him a big hug. Watch the video below for a look inside her party.

Kylie was joined by her sisters Kim and Khloé Kardashian and Kendall Jenner as well as Kris Jenner and her BFF Jordyn Woods as she said goodbye to her teen years. And it looks like the Kardashian family pulled out all the stops for her big day. Along with a very voluptuous ice sculpture, Kylie was treated to a chocolate fountain, Dippin’ Dots ice cream, and a cake with her face on it. What more could a girl want? However, fans are convinced her sweet tooth may be in overdrive due to pregnancy cravings. Sources told OK! magazine that Kylie «couldn’t be more excited about the news.»

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«Kylie kept to herself with the excuse that she was focused on her new makeup line,” sources told the mag. “But we all think she’s staying out of the spotlight until she’s ready to share her news. She’s been keeping low-key for months now, and everyone thinks she’s pregnant.”

Previously, a source told the outlet that «they’re not using protection and she’s told a bunch of people that Travis is baby daddy material. Kylie’s moving way too fast with Travis but this is the way she rolls.»

This means that if Kylie is really pregnant, she will due around the same time as older sister Kim, who is expecting twins via surrogate in January.




Versace y una reunión épica: las exmodelos más importantes del mundo, juntas en la pasarela

Gianni Versace, fundador de la firma de moda italiana que lleva su apellido, ha estado muy presente en la semana de la moda de Milán, donde su hermana, Donatella Versace, le ha vuelto a rendir homenaje en la ciudad 20 años después de su trágica muerte. Y para que su recuerdo siguiera vivo en la pasarela, además de presentar una colección inspirada en su trabajo, con tintes ochenteros y muy colorida, ha subido a la pasarela a cinco tops que trabajaron mano a mano con él: Cindy Crawford, Noemi Campbell, Helena Christensen, Claudia Schiffer y Carla bruni. Además, vestidas tal y como lo hicieron cuando todavía eclipsaban las pasarelas, algo que ha emocionado a los más nostálgicos. De nuevo, Donatella ha querido reservar un momento del desfile a su hermano, como hizo en el mes de junio en la semana de la moda masculina en Milán, la ciudad donde comenzó en 1972 su carrera como diseñador, con la colección Reunión en Casa. Y es que sigue teniendo muy presente el 15 de julio de 1997, día en que Gianni fue disparado y asesinado en Miami, tras veinte años en los que Versace se había establecido como una de las firmas de moda internacionales más importantes, un icono del estilo italiano cuya esencia ha seguido presente hasta hoy.
 En la misma pasarela desfilaron Gigi Hadid y Kendall Jenner, las supermodelos de la nueva era, lo que demostró que la firma Versace pica en punta en esta temporada en lo que a lujo se refiere. Sin embargo, con este cierre en homenaje a los 90 y, principalmente a Gianni Versace, emblema de la época, Donatella subrayó el modelo de mujer que quiere reivindicar: mientras las firmas de renombre eligen mujeres de menos de 20 años para vestir sus diseños, las cinco ex estrellas de la moda que convocó Versace tienen entre 47 y 51 años.
La experiencia y el trabajo que hicieron de estas mujeres íconos más allá de los flashes, constituyen un mensaje poderoso para llevar a las pasarelas, y eso es algo que las otras marcas deberán tener en cuenta de ahora en más. Las cinco, que se autodefinen «Gianni Girls», expresaron en las redes sociales su felicidad por ser partícipes del desfile, reencontrarse y, sobre todo, la emoción de recordar al fallecido modisto con un homenaje tan importante.


This article was originally published by: Haaper Bazar 

Will Selena Gomez Be An «American ldol» Judge?


The clock is ticking for ABC’s ‘American Idol’ reboot to find two more judges to join Katy Perry. We’ve got EXCLUSIVE details on how producers have their eyes on Selena Gomez to join the show.

It would be pretty awkward to see Taylor Swift‘s BFF Selena Gomez, 25, sitting next to arch-enemy Katy Perry, 32, week after week on American Idol, but the “Fetish” singer is at the top of the show producers’ wish-list for judges. “Producers think that Selena would be great to join the judging panel because she’d bring in a younger crowd for ratings, she’d be considered the nice judge and they would love her to join because the impact she has with social media,” an AI insider tells EXCLUSIVELY. Sel is the most followed person on Instagram with a whopping 127 million followers, so of course the show would love to have a judge who can reach so many people.

“They are putting together a proposal for her and are hoping she will accept it and join the show, it’s a long shot but they are taking the chance to get her. They’d love to have her signed up and all judges by mid October,” our insider adds. So far the show has been striking out right and left when it comes to getting other stars to join Katy on the panel. ABC reportedly spent a whopping $25 million to land her back in May, which is over half of the show’s budget. As a result, they don’t have much money left over to get other top names. After all, who wants to do the same job as Katy for a fraction of the paycheck? Especially in Selena’s case, she is the bigger star these days! See pics of beautiful Selena, right here.

If by some chance Selena actually agrees to join the show, they definitely need a “nice” judge cause Katy said she won’t be holding back when it comes to the contestants’ talent. She called in to On Air With Ryan Seacrest on Aug. 23, to give her judging strategy. “I’m going to maybe be more the Simon Cowell. I really respect him. As much as people said, ‘Oh, he’s grumpy or he’s mean,’ he was just truthful, you know? He’s seen it. I don’t need to be there to win the popular race.” She added, “Honestly sob stories come second for me. Everyone has a situation and God bless them…but if you don’t have the goods, you don’t have the goods.” Brutal!

This article was originally published by: Hollywood Life 

Drake’s 15 Best Songs: Critic’s Picks


Drake fans are always wanting more. Even after releasing More Life earlier this year, demand is still high for new tunes and with any luck that wait won’t be too long, as the superstar rapper is in the midst of prepping a follow up.

During his recent OVO Fest set on Toronto, Drake teased he would be returning to his beloved city to continue fine tuning his “new album.” Months later, indications of Drizzy spending countless hours in the studio began to appear online and lead many of his fans to believe that we are merely one tweet away from listening to his latest offering.

With a possible project looming before 2017’s end, we revisited his catalog to comb through some of his best work. While there are a treasure trove of gems to choose from, after much deliberation we whittled our list down to the 15 most impressive Drake songs to date.

15.  Drake – “Energy»


As a former successful child star, Drake rightfully deserves a lot of the criticism spewed his way. But, with the flack came “Energy” — proof that Drizzy can indeed put his melodic rhymes to rest and come straight for the necks of his naysayers. It is both a battle-cry and warning that can easily conjure one to break everything in sight.

14. Drake – “Successful” Ft. Lil Wayne & Trey Songz

One thing’s for certain: Drake raps about success, a lot. But “Successful,” one of the key tracks from So Far Gone, is by far Drizzy’s ultimate aspirational anthem. Considering the plethora of songs which encapsulate the hustle, the grind, or means to an end, the track was a moment of oddly plain and brilliant honesty: “I just wanna be, I just wanna be suc-cess-ful.”

13. Drake – «Fear»


One of the keys to Drake’s appeal is his ability to internalize his life and make it relatable. Never did he do it as quickly as he did on «Fear» — a song that captured the moment he was living in. Drake’s dreams were coming true but the future remained uncertain and like the artwork for the song suggests, it’s easy to drown in newfound success (or get buried alive). Without a doubt, «Fear» proved to be a Drake song we couldn’t live without.

12. Drake – «Light Up» Ft. JAY-Z


With gated drums enveloping the background, both JAY-Z and Drake go off the handle with extended verses. JAY drops gems for the burgeoning emcee with lines like: “Here’s how they gon’ come at you/ With silly rap feuds tryin’ to distract you/ In disguise, in the form of a favor.» Hov obviously spoke from experience, but the irony is, before long Lil Wayne and JAY were sending subs back and forth and Drake was taking aim at his highness. Politics as usual.

11. Drake – «Cameras»


Drake is an expert at seamlessly weaving the pleasures and pains of fame and success into one cohesive narrative. Over the weepy, nostalgic Jon B. sample on «Cameras,» he does exactly that, telling an insecure lady friend: «You just know what you get told, you don’t see behind the scenes.» It’s a plea for the nameless woman he’s addressing to not succumb to the manipulation of the media and gossip.

10. Drake – «Dreams Money Can Buy»


If there’s anything that Drake does undoubtedly well, it’s boosting his ownconfidence. The bars here are appropriately aspirational and tinged with bravado: “I want Saudi money, I want art money/ I want women to cry and pout their heart for me/ And tell me how much they hate it when they apart from me.”

9. Drake – «Take Care» Ft. Rihanna 

Long thought to be a romantic duo, Drake and Rihanna delivered a duet for the ages in the midst of their rumored love affair. The record finds both artists discussing their need for trust, loyalty and safety in one another. While the flame may have dimmed out between them, this sweet pairing makes for an incredible emotional appeal.

8. Drake – «Legend»

Everyone, rich or poor, must reckon with the fact that death is imminent. Drake has been questioning the burdens of his newfound celebrity for years, but it is here, on the first track off his surprise If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late mixtape, that he ponders this scenario with the sincerity that it deserves.

7. Drake – Controlla Ft. Popcaan

In a world where Popcaan’s verse never existed, “Controlla” could rightfully stand on Drake’s hook alone as he bemoans the love of his life. But, the sun-dappled track has all the makings of a hit with its unruly guest spot. Speaking on how he would cry, lie and die for a woman, the record carries a sheen fitting for an affair in the heat of many summers past.

6. Drake – «Underground Kings» 

Drizzy’s calculated rise to the top of the charts serves as the main theme of «Underground Kings» as he looks back on his mixtape days (and yes, those Acura days too). If there’s one thing that he’s never lacked, it’s confidence in himself and few songs in his catalog tackle his ascent like he does here. Plus, nowhere else do you get to hear the hilarious but addictive vocal inflection that he does when he spits «I’m getting back to my ways.»

5. Drake – «Too Much» Ft. Sampha

Drake’s oftentimes questionable practice of discovering artists he likes and appropriating their likeness couldn’t have been better exemplified than with this track. “Too Much” literally pulls from a Sampha record in its entirety and spins the already sobering track into even more of a heart-wrenching listen.

4. Drake – «Uptown» Ft. Lil Wayne & Bun B

While Drake is very much a Canadian, the lyricist was way ahead of the curve in 2009 with his take on the chopped-up (never slopped up) sound of Houston. With «Uptown” Drizzy tapped into the less drug-infused side of Southern rap. The organ-backed record finds Drake experimenting with a syrup-slow flow assisted by Bun B’s gruff delivery and a solid verse by Wayne. It’s also hard not to bop along to the chorus in which Drake heeds a fair warning: “It’s okay, you can run and tell my city I’m on.”

3. Drake – «Look At What You’ve Done»

Drake’s ode to his mother and uncle belongs in the same pantheon of gratitude heavy rap classics like “Hey Mama.” The introspective record finds the Toronto native being terribly honest about the ups and downs of both relationships, which makes it even more touching. By the time his grandmother’s voicemail comes in while the song fades out, you’re in the midst of a serious emotional overload. The brutal honesty in «LWYHD» makes the record one of the best Drake songs ever.

2. Drake – «Forever» Ft. Eminem, Lil Wayne, & Kanye West

Last name ever, first name greatest.» With that line, Drake introduced his ubiquitous flow to the world on a song ostensibly about LeBron James. While “Forever” featured three of the biggest names in rap, Drizzy managed to tote his confidence seemingly unwavered. Over the blaring horns of Boi-1da’s production, Drake reaffirmed his hunger for more to the masses that barely gave So Far Gonean earshot of a listen.

1. «Best I Ever Had»

Long before Drake became a household name, the rapper formally introduced himself with “Best I Ever Had.” The melody works on a variety of levels, but first and foremost it functions as a singularly perfect pop song with caption-worthy one-liners like: “Sweatpants, hair-tied chilling with no makeup on.” And, it arrived at a stage early enough in Drizzy’s catalogue for fans to feel that he was not too far removed from portraying the token Black guy on Degrassi.

This article was originally published by: Billboard 




America’s Got Talent’s Most Memorable Finalists: Where Are They Now?


First comes auditions, then comes finales and then comes the real world.

When it comes to TV’s most popular reality competition shows, millions of people watch and cast their votes week after week.

But once the season comes to an end and the celebrations are over, what happens to your favorite contestants you cheered on?

As America’s Got Talent‘s twelfth season comes to an end, we decided to check in on some of the most successful finalists in the show’s history. For many, the NBC series is only the beginning to a long, successful career.

Rewind to 2006 when 11-year-old Bianca Ryan decided to audition for the show with a rendition of «And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going» from Dreamgirls. Within moments, the judges and audience were wowed by her natural talent.

She would later walk away as the show’s very first champion with a $1 million prize.

«It’s been an incredible journey! It changed my life in so many ways. Never did I think I would be able to travel the world and meet fans and real people that look up to me and hear me as some type of legend,» Bianca shared with E! News. «I’ve been able to be on shows like Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey and work with amazing producers and writers like Kara DioGuardiDavid Foster and Quincy Jones

Today, the singer has her own label titled Bianca Ryan Records with a fourth single titled «Don’t Wanna Come Down» coming soon.

When it comes to the judges—who have witnessed both good, bad and downright crazy acts through the years—some contestants are just impossible to forget for all the right reasons.

«Terry Fator meant a lot because I think Terry put the show on the map when he got that Vegas deal and what he achieved and that’s why we made the show in the first place,» Simon Cowellshared with E! News.

Heidi Klum added, «Sal Valentinetti the voice! I followed him on Instagram. He is busy. He is singing for people all over the place. I’m super proud of him.»

And then there is Grace Vanderwall whose audition at just 12 years old earned 70 million views on YouTube.

«She was my golden buzzer from last year and the moment she came out singing, I went, ‘Oh my God. This 12 year old is the most brilliant thing I’ve ever seen or heard,'» judge Howie Mandelshared with us. «And now she’s becoming a world-renowned recording artist.»

With this season’s finale almost here, we decided to check in on some of the most memorable finalists from season’s past in our gallery below.

«Before winning America’s Got Talent, I was performing my act in college cafeterias,» the magician shared with E! News «I now get to share my magic with fans from all over the world at the Mat Franco Theater in Las Vegas.»


America’s Got Talent‘s top touring act has performed more than 1,500 concerts around the world. The group also just debuted at No. 1 on Billboard with their new album RISE! that is also the name of their latest PBS special.


Close to 10 million people have subscribed to the classically trained violinist on YouTube who has entered a futurist world of electronic big beats and animation. The artist is now a regular at award shows and if you want to see her on tour, you better purchase your tickets quickly. Just wait until her stint on Dancing With the Stars concludes.


After being called the next Taylor Swift by the judges, the singer has continued to wow fans with her original songs. Most recently, Grace—who reached 1.8 million Instagram followers—released her new song «Midnight» available now.


She may have been the very first winner of the NBC series. But after all these years, the talented artist is still doing what she loves: Singing! «I learned to write music very young and write my own songs and it’s helped me so much with the latest three singles I just released after a few year hiatus,» Bianca shared with us. «I’m proud of opening my own label Bianca Ryan Records!»


After first wowing fans at 10 years old, the singer has made history for being the youngest solo platinum artist. In between touring, Jackie had time to perform for President Donald Trump and Pope Francis.


Between his skills as a ventriloquist, impressionist, comedian and singer, this America’s Got Talent winner has exceeded expectations with his long-standing show «Terry Fator: The Voice of Entertainment» at The Mirage in Las Vegas. Most recently, he launched the Terry Fator Foundation.


The Italian pizza delivery man wowed fans including judge Heidi Klum with his jazz voice and cover of Frank Sinatra. He continues to perform across the country and promises, «I’m going to entertain you like you’ve never been entertained before.»


Led by father and son duo Richard and Nicholas Olate, these adorable rescue dogs perform amazing tricks for audiences across the country. They went on to headline a show at the Palazzo in Las Vegas for six months and perform in NBA halftime shows.


The British ventriloquist and his puppet Sam captured the hearts of millions with his act. Fast-forward to today and the comedian continues to tour all around the world. This fall, he is set to embark on a massive U.K. tour where new characters may be introduced.


While the Christian family band was eliminated during the quarterfinals, the group later earned their own TLC reality show. Ever since member Toby Willis faced a legal scandal, however, the family has tried to keep a low profile.

This article was originally published by: E! News