Celebrity News May 5, 2016


The Federal Drug Enforcement Administration is now involved in the death investigation of Prince, and our law enforcement sources say drugs are the focal point of the criminal probe.

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The man who called 911 in Prince’s death could face criminal prosecution if he was expecting to get paid for helping the singer … and it all comes down to the pills in his backpack. The lawyer for Andrew Kornfeld — whose dad runs a rehab facility in Marin County, California — says his client is entitled to immunity from prosecution because he was acting as a Good Samaritan.

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Taylor Swift sparks breakup rumors after partying solo

After Taylor Swift attended the Met Gala solo — and engaged in an epic dance-off with actor Tom Hiddleston that went viral — fashionistas were buzzing that Swift and her DJ beau, Calvin Harris, split. Swift was also seen following the gala hanging with Hiddleston again at Up&Down in a VIP section with the band Haim.

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Adam Levine proudly flaunts his own baby bump

Behati Prinsloo isn’t the only member of the family on bump watch. As Adam Levine shared on Instagram Tuesday, both he and his supermodel mama-to-be are starting to show. “Week 20 and I’m finally popping! #impregnanttoo,” the Maroon 5 frontman joked.

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Alec Baldwin exploded in anger Tuesday, getting in a photographer’s face and berating him for shooting Baldwin’s wife. Baldwin and Hilaria were in Bev Hills when he unleashed on the photog with ear-shattering volume, ordering him to “shut up.”

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Last Night God Rained Down on Beyoncé—But Was It For Supporting LGBT People or Playing North Carolina?

Beyoncé’s Formation Tour stop last night was plagued with rain and lightning, which at one point caused the show to halt and the venue to be temporarily evacuated (Beyoncé eventually made her way back onstage to conclude her set). This is notable because the show took place in none other than the Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina—a state that has become a hotbed of controversy and ill will in the wake of Governor Pat McCrory passing the effectively anti-trans H2 “bathroom bill.” Was the storm a coincidence or pointed act of God?

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Stones, Dylan, McCartney play Coachella site in October

It could be Woodstock 47 years later, only the drug of choice might be antacid — a weekend concert event featuring some of the greatest musical acts of the 1960s. Confirming weeks of rumors, Goldenvoice Entertainment announced Tuesday it is bringing together the top performers — really just from the 1960s — for a three-day blowout in California’s Coachella Desert.

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