Looking for famous people news? Dwayne Wade. As a result of him sleeping with another woman during a break with Gabrielle Union, a child was born. At that time Gab was herself going through fertility issues. The two had a baby girl last year through a surrogate. They seem to be quite happy together often photographed together socially and online. Dwayne admitted that he messed up and they love each other so they made it work again.
Taylor Swift and John Mayer dated for a whopping three years, from 2009 to 2012. When they broke up, Swift hinted that Mayer cheated on her with her single, “Dear John.” In it she sang, “Don’t you think I was too young, To be messed with, The girl in the dress, Cried the whole way home, I should’ve known. Don’t you think nineteen’s too young to be played by your dark, twisted games, when I loved you so.” Mayer was unimpressed with the dig, and said he wasn’t warned about the song’s release. “I never got an e-mail. I never got a phone call. I was really caught off-guard, and it really humiliated me at a time when I’d already been dressed down. I mean, how would you feel if, at the lowest you’ve ever been, someone kicked you even lower?” he told Rolling Stone in 2012.
When Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson called off their whirlwind engagement, Grande told Vogue in her 2019 cover interview that their relationship was a “distraction; frivolous and fun and insane and highly unrealistic.” Davidson clapped back during his Netflix stand-up special, joking that Grande “spray painted” herself brown for the shoot, and pointed out that his own career would be over if he admitted he used a woman as a “distraction.” The two also publicly snubbed each other in November 2018. In a Saturday Night Live promo, Davidson jokingly proposed to Maggie Rogers, who was the musical guest that week. After seeing this, Grande tweeted, “for somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh.” See a few more details at Camila Cabello.
This musical—with a book by John Weidman, and based on an idea by Charles Gilbert, Jr.—featured all of the 13 people who have tried (or succeeded) to kill American Presidents. “How I Saved Roosevelt” is about a 1933 assassination attempt on Franklin D. Roosevelt, which occurred in Miami; instead of hitting the President-elect, unemployed brick layer Giuseppe Zangara, who fired six rounds, hit Chicago mayor Anton Cermak, who later died from his wounds. Sondheim painstakingly researched to write the song. “There were in fact five bystanders who claimed to take the actions described in the song, although no one deflected Zangara by pushing his arm in the air,” Sondheim writes. “He had the misfortune to be only five feet tall and had arrived too late at the arena to get a seat close to the front. Roosevelt’s speech was unusually brief, and, as he started to sit down, Zangara was hastening to shoot when the entire audience rose to its feet in applause and blocked his view, forcing him to stand on his seat, which wobbled just enough to ruin his aim. Thus Roosevelt was indeed saved.”
They’re *official* official now. Norman Fucking Rockwell! singer Lana Del Rey showed up to the Grammys on January 26 with her boyfriend, Sean Larkin from the reality police show Live PD. The couple have been linked since October 2019, when they were seen together in Central Park, and Del Rey even posted a shot of Larkin kissing her head last December. Maybe their red carpet debut made up for her going home empty-handed. Discover a few more details on Elsa Pataky.