Caitlyn Jenner made a special appearance at the New York City Pride celebration over the weekend. She joined thousands of marchers in celebration of recent Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states. According to people.com, Jenner attended a gathering at the Dream Downtown Hotel's PH-D lounge in Chelsea over the weekend.
"Duck Dynasty" star John Luke Robertson has tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Mary Kate McEacharn. The wedding took place on June 27 and the pair opened up about their special day with Us Weekly and says they're excited to begin their life together. "I had an amazing time!" John Luke told Us in a statement. The blushing bride added, "It was one of the best days of my life!"
Bristol Palin, daughter of former U.S. vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, says that she's pregnant with her second child - the second she'll have out of wedlock. Writing on her blog, she said that she knows it will be a "huge disappointment to my family, to my close friends, and to many of you." She added that she was "trying to keep [my] chin up on this one."
John Stewart used his seat behind the desk on the "Daily Show" to blast Walmart for its recent decision to stop selling items featuring the confederate flag, even while they continue to sell guns. The rant came after the rampage in Charleston, South Carolina that left nine churchgoers dead. "I mean, look — I knew we sold cheap guns, really cheap," Stewart said, mimicking Doug McMillon.
Maya Rudolph impersonated Rachel Dolezal, the ex-NAACP official in Spokane who identifies as black even though her family says she's white, during a recent appearance on "Late Night With Seth Meyers." Meyers asked Rudolph to recreate an interview with Dolezal and the "Saturday Night Live" alum admits it's not the first time she's been asked to do the impression.
The series "Hannibal" has been canceled by NBC for poor ratings after three seasons. The program, based on the Thomas Harris "Silence of the Lambs" series, featured Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter. "NBC has allowed us to craft a television series that no other broadcast network would have dared, and kept us on the air for three seasons despite Cancelation Bear Chow ratings . . ."
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are having a baby boy, their second child following two-year-old daughter North, the couple announced on Instagram. "Precious moments like this when we were traveling on tour with you are what I live for. You're such a good daddy to North & you will be the best daddy to our new son too!" Kim posted along with a pic of her hubby reading to his daughter.
Amy Schumer has been tapped to open for Madonna at three shows in New York in September. The comedienne broke the news by sharing a home video clip of herself as a little girl, performing Madonna's 1985 hit song "Like A Virgin" to the camera. Along with the intimate video, Schumer added a caption, asking her followers, "Guess who auditioned for @Madonna and got the part?"
Jack Osbourne and wife Lisa have welcomed their second daughter, Hello! reports. The couple has named their brand new little girl Andy Rose, who weighed in at 6 lbs., 11 oz. "Pearl is very happy to become a big sister," the now mother of two wrote in a new blog post. "She diligently reads her 'I'm a big sister' books every night & recites to me her plans of bathing, feeding . . ."
NBC has announced that embattled news anchor Brian Williams will be staying on with the network, but will not return to his position as the anchor of its "Nightly News" show. Williams, who was suspended in February for exaggerating his experiences from 2003, reportedly will transition to the network's cable news channel MSNBC later this year.
Ryan de Nino and Jessica Castro, the couple featured on the A&E series "Married at First Sight," have filed for a divorce and Castro has taken out a restraining order on her estranged husband. "Bash me all you want, say whatever it is about me just remember this board don't break for nada," De Nino wrote on Instagram, adding a picture of the restraining order.
A&E has renewed "Bates Motel" for two more seasons, according to a release from the network. Rob Sharenow, VP of A&E and Lifetime, made the announcement. "The vision of our incredible creative team has exposed the steady breakdown of the relationship between Norman and Norma Bates," said Sharenow. "We are thrilled to bring fans two more seasons . . ."
Famed WWE wrestler Dusty "The American Dream" Rhodes has died at the age of 69. News of his passing was confirmed by WWE reps, though no cause of death has been confirmed. Rhodes got his start on the various lower-tier wrestling circuits in the 1970s. Speaking of his beginning, he explained his first match versus Reggie Parks, saying that he was paid $15 for a 20-minute match.
Popular YouTube fashion and beauty vlogger Ingrid Nilsen has come out in an emotional new web video. The 26-year-old, who has also served as a judge on "Project Runway," revealed in the video that she has been gay her whole life, but was not always in a supportive environment. "I am doing this. I guess I am just going to get right to it. There is something that I want you to know . . ."
Jep Robertson, star of "Duck Dynasty," says that he was molested by a much older girl at the age of six. Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Jep revealed that the girl made him touch her under shirt and pull down his pants on the school bus. "Back then the high school students would ride on the same bus as the grade school," he began. "It was a lot of things took place -- scary stuff."