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Twas Trending

Published:Monday | April 18, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Diana King
Kelly Clarkson
Blake Lively

From history-making to baby-making, we have the inside scoop on all that 'twas trending this week.


Kobe Bryant's Grand Farewell


Game changer Kobe Bryant went out with a bang last week Wednesday, scoring 60 points. It was a beauty to watch. He holds the record of the only player to play for as long as 20 seasons for one team. His love and dedication to the sport is nothing short of admirable. LA

Lakers will surely miss the basketball legend, and so will his fans!


Kelly Clarkson delivered a healthy baby boy


Singing sensation Kelly Clarkson gave birth to her second child, a son, Remington Alexander Blackstock, last week, and fans took to social media to express joy at her safe delivery. So the two now have their pair: River Rose and Remington.


Eva Mendez and Ryan Gosling expecting again


Actors Eva Mendez and Ryan Gosling are expecting their second bundle of joy, and if their first is any consolation, we know they will make a beautiful baby yet again! Looking forward to her fabulous bump! Congrats!


Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively take two


Baby James will soon be a big sister, courtesy of parents Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, and fans are excited about it!



Who's the daddy?


Actress Meagan Fox was seen last week featuring a baby bump, and took to social media in an attempt to address it. The question on everybody's mind is this: who's the daddy? She shared a photo sporting the bumps with co stars where she explicitly stating none were the daddy. But in the same week she was spotted going out to lunch with her soon-to-be ex-husband, Brian Austin Green. Does this mean they are en route to reconciliation?


Diana King said what??


Diana King was far from shy when she declared on social media that Jamaicans accept rape, and sexual abuse, even incest, but won't accept homosexuality. The Jamaican singer was met with a blow from her fans and non-fans who retaliated, bashing her for making such a claim. Others noted that though it was the truth, they don't condone any of the acts brought forth in King's toxic declaration.