Adele confirmed that she and longtime love Simon Konecki have said “I do” during a concert in Brisbane, Australia. Adele previously hinted that she had tied the knot while accepting the Grammy Award for Album of the Year for “25.” After spending much of her acceptance speech gushing over fellow nominee Beyoncé, Adele said, “Grammys, I appreciate it, the Academy, I love you, my manager, my husband and my son – you’re the only reason I do it.” Later, Adele referred to Konecki as her “partner” while answering questions from reporters backstage. The couple had everyone talking last month when the singer was spotted out wearing a band on her left ring finger. Reps for the Grammy winner had “no comment” at the time.
Meghan Trainor has shared the music video for her single “I’m a Lady” off the forthcoming Smurfs: The Lost Village soundtrack. Standing in an abandoned warehouse, Trainor sports multiple costume changes and blonde hairstyles, leading jam sessions with either an all-female band or all-female back-up dancers. Meanwhile, Smurfs crawl over her amps and other equipment while she and her friends have fun dressing up in the background.
Prince Harry brought Meghan Markle as his plus one to a close friend’s wedding in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The actress and the Prince have been dating since the summer, and from the reports and pictures that trickled out from the wedding it seems they are more enamored with each other than ever. The wedding is considered to be a public coming out for the couple, with one observer telling People magazine: “Harry and Meghan seem very much in love.” Markle spent most of January and February in London with her royal beau, staying at his Nottingham Cottage in Kensington Palace.
The Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman has given birth to her second child with Benjamin Millepied. Amalia Millepied joined the world on February 22nd. Portman and her husband Millepied, a choreographer who worked with her on Black Swan, are also parents to Aleph, 5.
Jared Leto is in talks with Disney to star in and produce a live-action Tron 3 movie. Justin Springer, Leto and Emma Ludbrook will produce if it moves forward, though it has been in development since Tron: Legacy was released in 2010.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says he is leaving NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice and implied that it is due to the show’s links with President Donald Trump. In a statement, Schwarzenegger said: “I loved every second of working with NBC and Mark Burnett. Everyone — from the celebrities to the crew to the marketing department — was a straight 10, and I would absolutely work with all of them again on a show that doesn’t have this baggage.” Schwarzenegger took over hosting duties from Trump, who maintained his executive producer credit on the show. Upon learning of his departure, Trump took to Twitter, writing: “Arnold Schwarzenegger isn’t voluntarily leaving the Apprentice, he was fired by his bad (pathetic) ratings, not by me.”