You don't need to be Sherlock Holmes to spot the excitement in the following story: Robert Downey Jr. is a new father!

The actor's wife, Susan, gave birth to Exton Elias Downey at 7:24 a.m. today in Los Angeles, with the star's rep confirming to People: "Everyone is healthy and they couldn’t be happier." 

Posted in: Celebrity Babies

Having a baby, it does a body good.

At least if you're Beyonce, who made her first public appearance last night since giving birth to Blue Ivy Carter on January 7. It's safe to say the singer doesn't look half bad, does she?

Posted in: Beyonce

Amber Portwood was close to going to jail yesterday, but copped a plea that allows the Teen Mom train wreck to enter a rehab program rather than do hard time.

An Indiana judge agreed to a deal that allows Portwood to enter rehab instead of jail, where she could have been sentenced up to five years for various offenses.

Posted in: Amber Portwood

The 9th Circuit Court in California struck down Proposition 8, the state's voter-passed ban on gay marriage, ruling that it violates the rights of gay Californians.

The Court's crucial 2-1 vote concluded that the law violates the 14th Amendment rights of gay couples in California to equal protection under the law.

Posted in: Gay Marriage

Adele has been nominated for six Grammy Awards. Her album, "21," has sat atop the Billboard 200 chart for, oh, about 197 weeks.

Yet these achievements apparently are not enough for fashion mogul Karl Lagerfeld, who went off randomly to Metro US this week, saying of the current crop of female artists:

Posted in: STFU

Clint Eastwood wants to make one thing clear: when he filmed a Super Bowl commercial on behalf of Chrysler, he had no intention on making the Democrats' day.

Nor any political party's, for that matter, as the iconic actor spoke to The O'Reilly Factor Producer Ron Mitchell last night and shot down talk - started by Karl Rove and a few other Republicans - that he starred in an ad Sunday night with the implicit aim of supporting President Barack Obama and the auto industry bailout.

It made him millions of dollars, and opened up the door to a number of marketing opportunities, but Kris Humphries has reportedly had it with reality TV. He's preparing to take that industry down!

Having filed for annulment on the basis of fraud, Humphries must now go to court and prove that Kim Kardashian never had any intention of honoring her long-term marriage vows. To do that, a source tells TMZ, his lawyer plans to "expose the M.O. of reality TV" by depicting it as a wholly scripted business.

Posted in: Reality TV