1. Cleveland Cavs player and soon to be baby daddy to Khloe Kardashian, Tristan Thompson has been up to no good. Video has surfaced of Tristan kissing two girls in Washtington from back in October. More here.
Tristan Thompson Cheating on Khloe Kardashian with 2 Women in New Video https://t.co/qbpdPFzQ2k
— TMZ (@TMZ) April 10, 2018
2. Plus, now a video of Tristan Thompson and a mystery girl were caught going up to his NYC hotel room this weekend, and she left with an overnight bag. Khloe is at home waiting to give birth to their first child together. More here.
Tristan Thompson caught on video locking lips with a sexy brunette at Manhattan club just days before Khloe Kardashian is set to give birth https://t.co/6QBDJcaMwH
— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) April 10, 2018
3. Looks like Cardi B might be having a girl. She slipped up and called her baby bump a “she.” And then screenshots surfaced that her sister had said she could wait to “give her all the kisses and hugs” but changed her to the baby. More here.
— E! News (@enews) April 10, 2018
4. Oopsie! A royal wedding commemorative plate used Ed Sheeran’s face instead of Prince Harry’s. More here.
— BBC Music (@bbcmusic) April 11, 2018
5. After months of social media silence, Nicki Minaj is back and promoting new music that may drop tomorrow. More here.
6. Gwen Stefani announced her Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood for 25 shows. For every ticket purchased, $1 goes to the “Cure 4 the Kids Foundation.” More here.
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) April 10, 2018
7. Last night artists like Ed Sheeran, Kesha and Shawn Mendes paid tribute to Elton John’s five decade career. More here.
— Elton John (@eltonofficial) April 11, 2018
8. Comedy Central announced they will present a roast of Bruce Willis this summer. More here.
— Comedy Central (@ComedyCentral) April 10, 2018
9. Neither the Obamas or the Trumps are going to the royal wedding. More here.
After months of speculation about whether the Obamas or the Trumps would be invited to the royal wedding next month the answer is finally in: neither https://t.co/m3EZqIFXKi
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 11, 2018