Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Peta Murgatroyd Share First Photos of Baby Shai on Valentine’s Day: ‘I’m in Love With Us’

Feelin’ the love. Maksim Chmerkovskiy shared a first photo of baby Shai Aleksander on Valentine’s Day in a sweet post to Instagram on Tuesday, February 14.

“Happy V-Day to my absolute number one ❤️,” the Dancing With the Stars pro, 37, captioned the image, a selfie of himself, wife Peta Murgatroyd and their newborn son. “Thank you, I love you and I'm in love with us … #Family #babyChmerkovskiy #HappyValentinesDay.”

The picture is the first time that the couple have shared a closer look at their little one since he was born on Wednesday, January 4. Murgatroyd, 30, also shared a touching image of the family of three on Tuesday, a touching picture taken shortly after Shai’s birth.

“To the loves of my life … my one and only Valentine, Papa @maksimc … I love you and our little Shai more than ever ❤,” she captioned the photo of Chmerkovskiy leaning over to give her a smooch while she cradles their bundle of joy in a hospital bed. “This is without a doubt the most special and significant Valentines Day for me #happymom #myeverythings XO.”

The happy couple, who got engaged in December 2015, revealed their happy baby news last May, with Murgatroyd (also a DWTS pro) debuting her baby bump on Instagram a month later. “We couldn’t be happier,” she captioned a picture of Chmerkovskiy kissing her bare belly. “Baby Chmerkovskiy is coming.”

The DWTS hunk similarly expressed his excitement over the baby-to-be last September, telling Us at a DWTS event, “I’m ready! But I’ve been ready [to be a dad] since I was like 21. But now I know that I’m ready, I’m like, ‘Thank God it didn’t happen before.’”

Of his lady love, Chmerkovskiy only had the highest praise. “I think she’s going to be an amazing mom,” he told Us. “We’re going to look back on this process and say we had one of the easiest pregnancies.”

Katherine Heigl’s Husband, Josh Kelley, Is Convinced She Dated John Mayer

John Mayer’s playboy rep led to lasting romance … for Katherine Heigl. Shortly after the Doubt actress, 38, met now-husband Josh Kelley on the set of his “Only You” music video in 2005, she started hanging out with fellow Connecticut native Mayer, 39. 

“We knew some of the same people and had some friends in common,” the Grey’s Anatomy alum explained on The Late Late Show February 14. “Josh and I were probably dating about a month, and it was unclear where the relationship was going.”

For Heigl the ambiguity was aggravating. “I like clarity,” she told host James Corden. “I didn’t know if he was serious about me as I was about him. I had run into John, who was in town making a record or something. We were just hanging out, having drinks, having dinners — as friends! Totally just friends!”

The relationship with Mayer (known for romancing the likes of Minka Kelly, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jennifer Aniston, Jessica Simpson and Katy Perry) was strictly platonic, insisted Heigl: “He would talk to me about other hot girls and stuff; it was friends.”

But that’s not how it looked to Kelley, 37, who proposed to the actress a year later. They wed in Park City, Utah, in 2007 and now share daughters Naleigh, 8, and Adalaide, 4, and 8-week-old son Joshua. Heigl even brought her newborn (and Kelley!) along with her to the late-night show — see their sweet photo below!

Corden also had a hard time believing Heigl didn’t fall for Mayer’s charms. “It’s getting to the point now you’re saying ‘friends’ so much I’m starting to think you slept with him,” he joked.

That’s what Kelley suspects as well, Heigl admitted: “Josh to this day doesn’t quite believe me.” 

Farrah Abraham’s Mom Debra Made a Music Video for Her Rap Song ‘Debz OG’ and You Must See It

Introducing Debz OG. Farrah Abraham's mom, Debra Danielsen, released a music video for her debut rap song, "Debz OG," on Monday, February 13.

Danielsen announced the release of the "shake-your-booty song" during the Teen Mom 2 live aftershow on Monday night. The next day, she took to Instagram to promote the single, sharing a photo of herself in a black leather ensemble and a matching top hat with feathers. "Debz OG is hitting this week on Apps near you! Dance to it!" she captioned the post.

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The full music video, which clocks in at nearly three minutes, was shared on the official Teen Mom Twitter account. In the clip, Danielsen raps, "It's Debz OG / Bet you think you know me / You ain't seen nothing yet / Allow me to reintroduce myself."

"Hello, I'm Debra / You've seen my face on camera / You've seen me on your TV / You think you know, whateva," she continues. "I've had my ups and downs / But now I'm bigger, better / Everybody throw your hands up high / If you've got your s–t together."

Later in the upbeat tune, Danielsen tells listeners she's "more than a mom." In fact, she's "TheMom.com."

Danielsen and Abraham, 25, have had their fair share of ups and downs through the years, as documented on Teen Mom OG. This season, the mother-daughter duo have seemed to rekindle their relationship as Danielsen helped her daughter open a frozen yogurt shop, Froco.

Danielsen's one-hour special, Being Debra, airs on MTV on Wednesday, February 15, at 8 p.m. ET.

Westminster Dog Show Awards ‘Best in Show’ to Rumor the German Shepherd

Bring on the treats! A German shepherd named Rumor was named the 2017 Westminster Dog Show Best in Show winner on Tuesday, February 14.

Rumor, 5, was awarded the grand prize in front of a packed crowd at Madison Square Garden in NYC. She is only the second German shepherd to win Best in Show since the event's debut in 1877. (The first was in 1987.)

"[It's] unbelievable," handler and co-owner Kent Boyles said, via NBC News. "She's going to be relaxing for a while."

Rumor was named after Adele's 2011 song "Rumour Has It." The hit, from the singer's 21 album, was cowritten by OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder.

Rumor, who has won 103 other various competitions in the past, took first place after beating out nearly 2,800 other dogs. Boyles said that this will be Rumor's last major show, but that "puppies" are in the future.

"The German shepherd standard talks about quality and nobility," judge Thomas Bradley III said on Tuesday. "When you recognize it, it hits you at home, and that's what it really is. She is just magnificent."

Last year, the top spot went to a 3-year-old German shorthaired pointer named CJ. His grandmother Carlee previously won the Westminster title in 2005.

Beyonce’s Isolated Grammys 2017 Vocals Are Flawless, Naturally

Is anyone really surprised? Beyoncé's isolated vocals from her spectacular 2017 Grammy Awards performance on Sunday, February 12, have leaked online, and they're as flawless as you'd expect.

In a newly surfaced mic feed video, the 35-year-old pop superstar effortlessly sings "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" from her visual album Lemonade with incredible precision. The vocals, which rival those on the record, are particularly incredible considering the fact that Beyoncé is pregnant with twins.

Even when Beyoncé performs an impressive leaning chair stunt, her breathtaking voice sounds as smooth as ever and doesn't break once, further proving that she's much more than a surprise album–releasing, Becky with the good hair-hating, lemonade-sipping queen.

Later on Sunday night, the "Formation" singer was presented with the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album for Lemonade. Clad in the same gold dress she wore for the performance, Beyoncé read her acknowledgements off a matching gold card, thanking her "wonderful husband," Jay Z, and their "beautiful daughter," Blue Ivy, 5.

"We all experience pain and loss and often we become inaudible," she said, in one of her most extensive comments to date on the acclaimed Lemonade project. "My intention for the film and album was to create a body of work that will give a voice to our pain, our struggles, our darkness and our history, to confront issues that make us uncomfortable. It's important to me to show images to my children that reflect their beauty so they can grow up in a world where they look in the mirror, first through their own families, as well as the news, the Super Bowl, the Olympics, the White House, and the Grammys, and see themselves. And have no doubt that they're beautiful, intelligent and capable. This is something I want for every child of every race, and I feel it's vital that we learn from the past and recognize our tendencies to repeat our mistakes."

Beyoncé also took home the Grammy Award for Best Music Video for "Formation." Much to the Beyhive's dismay, she did not win Album of the Year, which the Recording Academy gave to Adele's 25. As the British singer, 28, accepted the top prize, she proclaimed her love for Queen Bey and argued that Lemonade should have won. She also broke the award in half, giving a portion to Beyoncé.

Kate Upton on 2017 ‘Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’ Issue Cover: ‘I Have a Completely Different Mindset About My Body’

Changing it up! Though Kate Upton returned to the cover ofthe Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue for the third time, the model, 24, said she took a different approach with the 2017 edition.

“This year, I had a completely different mindset about my body and instead of always trying to fit in a certain sample size, I wanted to be strong and healthy,” Upton, engaged to Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander since May, told Sports Illustrated. “Changing my workout and focusing on weight training helped me do that. It helped me think about my body as a machine and less of something people can judge me on. People feel ashamed when they look bad one day, but it’s okay not to love yourself every second of every day. Appreciate what your body can do.”

Her trainer Ben Bruno, who also counts Chelsea Handler and Victoria’s Secret model Barbara Fialho as clients, offered some insight about Upton’s new workout routine when he congratulated her on Instagram. “She worked so hard and did it the smart and healthy way, both in the gym and with her diet,” he wrote Wednesday, February 15. “You might be surprised to know that she can push well over 500 pounds on the sled, deadlift close to 200 pounds, and hip thrust over 200 pounds. I'm very proud of her hard work and hope it can be inspiring to women who are hesitant to embrace strength training.”

While Upton hit the gym and watched her diet to achieve her model figure, this year’s Swimsuit Issue celebrates women of all sizes at every age with its Swimsuits For All campaign. Fronted by plus-size model Ashley Graham, the photo spread features real women and models of all ages and body types in suits from the 29-year-old's size-inclusive swimwear line. 

“Those are the campaigns I want to do and the career I want to have — to inspire women to love themselves,” Upton continued to Sports Illustrated. “That’s a balance of working hard and eating healthy but also enjoying life and having cheat days and for the emphasis not to be on the ideal perfect body. It makes me proud to be asked back."

Christie Brinkley, Daughters Alexa Ray Joel and Sailor Brinkley Cook Dish on ‘Sports Illustrated’ Swimsuit Issue: Who Was Freaked Out?

Christie Brinkley alongside daughters Alexa Ray Joel and Sailor Brinkley Cook during ‘Today’ show

Those genes! Christie Brinkley and her daughters, Alexa Ray Joel and Sailor Brinkley Cook, dished about their stunning Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue photo shoot during the Today show on Wednesday, February 15.

SI revealed a sneak peek of their beach spread last week. In one shot, the iconic supermodel, 63, wears a mesh one-piece in a tropical location while Joel, 31, and Cook, 18, coordinate in black bikinis.

"I kind of thought, 'I like the challenge.' And with these two gorgeous girls next to me, who is going to be looking at me anyway?" Brinkley told Matt Lauer of being approached for the photo shoot.

Joel chimed in: "Oh, please, mom. Everybody! Come on."

The trio are happy with the end result, but Joel, whose dad is singer Billy Joel, was a bit nervous at first. "I was completely freaked out as the non-model," she admitted.

"[I was] definitely more excited," Cook interjected. "I've wanted this my entire life."

The women came prepared for the shoot — thanks to Alexa. "Alexa is the boss. She takes over," Brinkley said.

"I'm a bit of a control freak," Alexa admitted. "I brought the extensions for everybody, I had the skincare masks. I had the bug spray, all organic."

The trio also spoke about body insecurities and being in the public eye from a very young age. "I think growing up just as a girl, just as any young girl, you deal with body-image issues and you deal with seeing people on billboards that have these tiny bodies and these perfect airbrushed figures," Cook said. "And you look at yourself growing up and you go through all these phases, awkward phases, and you don't feel good enough. I definitely didn't."

Growing up in a famous family was especially hard for Alexa. The musician said that critics used to make fun of her face.

"The one thing that's hard growing up in the public eye is when you happen to catch the criticism at about 9 years old for a girl. It's crucial," Brinkley said, tearing up. "That's the age where they are sort of separating from their parents and gaining their own identity and to suddenly see a newspaper that calls you a name — and Alexa had to deal with that … It was excruciating as a mom. I could cry now."

Carlos Santana Explains His Beyonce ‘Not a Singer’ Comment After Her Grammys Loss

Carlos Santana is sorry … sort of. The rocker, 69, took to Facebook Tuesday, February 14, to explain his earlier remarks that Beyoncé lost to Adele in several categories, including album of the year, at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards February 12 because she's "not a singer." His note, however, stopped short of an outright apology.

"I would like to clarify a comment that was reported when I was doing an interview for some upcoming shows in Australia & New Zealand," the 13-time Grammy winner wrote. "My intent was to congratulate Adele on her amazing night at the Grammys. My comment about Beyonce was regretfully taken out of context. I have the utmost respect for her as an artist and a person. She deserves all the accolades that come her way. I wish Beyonce and her family all the best."

In an interview with the Australian Associated Press following the biggest night in music, Santana weighed in on the 28-year-old Brit's shocking sweep over the "Formation" artist, 35. "I think that Adele won because she can sing, sing," he said. "With all respect to our sister Beyoncé, Beyoncé is very beautiful to look at and it's more like modeling kind of music — music to model a dress — she's not a singer, singer, with all respect to her."

Santana's comments drew sharp criticism on social media from members of the BeyHive. "Beyoncé out sang and outperformed Carlos Santana at the superbowl pregame years ago so he can keep his comments," wrote one irate fan. 

Metallica’s James Hetfield Was ‘Livid’ After Grammys 2017, Bandmate Lars Ulrich Says: ‘I Haven’t Seen Him Like That in 20 Years’

Metallica's high-energy performance with Lady Gaga at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 12, didn't go exactly as planned. The heavy metal band's lead singer, James Hetfield, was forced to power through issues with a faulty microphone from the moment the set kicked off — and he was not happy about it.

"I haven't seen him like that in 20 years," Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich said during an interview on The Late Late Show With James Corden Tuesday, February 14, as seen in the video above. "I mean, he was livid. I mean, he's aged really well and he's a pretty chill guy, but the first five or 10 minutes in that dressing room [were] not a lot of fun."

Despite the technical difficulties, the band and Gaga, 30, delivered an intense performance of "Moth Into Flame," the second single from Metallica's 2016 album, Hardwired … to Self-Destruct. "We fought through it and, you know, with the fire and Gaga in my lap for a minute at one point, it was just … keep going, keep going, keep going," Ulrich, 53, continued. "So we just fought through it, and a lot of people said it at least made for great television."

Ulrich also spoke about the performance with Rolling Stone, saying the American Horror Story actress was the "quintessential perfect fifth member of this band." (Kirk Hammett is the lead guitarist and Robert Trujillo is the bassist.)

"Her voice, her attitude, her outlook on everything is so awesome," the drummer said. "[The performance] was so effortless and organic and she just has the spirit of hard rock and metal flowing through her veins. It comes really easy for her. There's nothing contrived; she just has this super warm, easy energy."

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Former NHL player Mike Comrie is being investigated for alleged rape, TMZ reports. The Los Angeles Police Department tells Us Weekly that there is an investigation of alleged sexual battery, but could not provide additional details.

According to TMZ, a woman claims that Comrie sexually assaulted her at his West L.A. condo on Saturday, February 11. The unidentified woman reportedly told authorities that she met up with Comrie, 36, at a bar before he allegedly raped her multiple times at his residence. TMZ says she went to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center afterwards and a rape kit was administered.

According to TMZ, Comrie has known the woman for a long time and there was a second woman involved in the sexual encounter. Sources told TMZ that Comrie says it was consensual.

Comrie was previously married to Hilary Duff from August 2010 to February 2016. The pair announced their split in January 2014 and finalized their divorce two years later. They remain amicable and coparent their son, Luca, 4.

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