Celebrity Gossip: David Foster, Linda Hunt, Lindsay Lohan and More!
DAVID FOSTER AND KATHARINE MCPHEE ARE ENGAGED: David Foster, 68, and Katharine McPhee, 34, are engaged, TMZ reports. Foster popped the question in Capri, Italy on Sunday. This will be Foster’s fifth marriage (B.J. Cook, Rebecca Dyer, Linda Thompson, and Yolanda Hadid preceeded her), and McPhee’s second.
LINDA HUNT SERIOUSLY INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENT: The Oscar-winning NSIS: Los Angeles star Linda Hunt has been hospitalized for injuries sustained in a car crash in Hollywood Monday, TMZ reports. The 73-year-old was making a left turn in her BMW SUV when she ran into a sedan and another SUV. "Hunt was visibly shaken, and witnesses escorted her to a lawn chair on the sidewalk," TMZ’s report said. "We’re told paramedics evaluated Linda on the chair and then determined she needed to be taken to the hospital." The other drivers suffered minor injuries.
PENELOPE CRUZ IS THE NEW FACE OF CHANEL: American Crime Story star Penelope Cruz, 44, has signed on as the newest face of Chanel. She appear at Chanel’s Haute Couture Fall Winter 2018/19 show at Le Grand Palais in Paris on Tuesday wearing one of Chanel’s trademark tweed dresses. "It’s such an iconic brand and Karl Lagerfeld is a genius, and I’ve been admiring everything he’s done since I was a little girl, so it’s such a pleasure working with him," Cruz told WWD of her new role. She joins fellow Chanel ambassadors Margot Robbie, Kristen Stewart and Lily-Rose Depp.
LINDSAY LOHAN’S BIRTHDAY BECOMES BRAVO REUNION: Lindsay Lohan rang in her 32ndyear in Mykonos Greece with Jill Zarin and former Ladies of London star Juliet Angus at Lohan Beach House Mykonos. "Happy Birthday to my sweet @lindsaylohan we’re all so happy to be here with you," Zarin, 54, captioned the shot. The Beach House is the second European club she has opened, following Lohan Nightclub in Athens.
BEN STILLER NAMED U.N. GOODWILL AMBASSADOR: Ben Stiller has been named a Goodwill Ambassador by UNHCR, the U.N. Refugee Agency. He was inspired by a recent trip to Guatemala, he said. "Here in Guatemala, the families, including children, that I met experienced fear and violence back home that is beyond imagination. They are vulnerable and have suffered immensely," Stiller said in a statement distributed by the agency. "They need help."