Celebrity Gossip: Kevin Hunter, Amy Schumer, Kim Kardashian and More!
KEVIN HUNTER WANTS SPOUSAL SUPPORT FROM WENDY WILLIAMS: Kevin Hunter is seeking spousal support and child support for the son he shares with Wendy Williams, Kevin Hunter Jr., even though he’s turning 19 in August, Page Six reports. Hunter is also asking that the talk show host—whom he used to manage—also pay for their son’s college tuition as well as "equitable distribution of all personal assets." Williams filed for divorce from Hunter in April after 22 years of marriage.
AMY SCHUMER WELCOMES BABY BOY: Amy Schumer has welcomed her first child, a boy, with her husband Chris Fischer. It has been a rough pregnancy for Schumer, who had to cancel several tour dates because of hyperemesis, a.k.a. severe morning sickness. She welcomed their son at 10:55 p.m. Sunday night, she shared on Instagram. She has not shared his name.
KIM KARDASHIAN AND KANYE WEST HAVE NOT WELCOMED 4th CHILD: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have not welcomed their fourth child via surrogate, despite multiple reports to the contrary. The pair—who share daughters North, 5, and Chicago, 1, as well as 3-year-old brother, Saint—said they were expecting a child in January.
JESSE WILLIAMS AND TAYLOUR PAIGE TAKE THEIR ROMANCE PUBLIC: Jesse Williams and Taylour Paige are taking their romance public. The Grey’s Anatomy star and the Hit the Floor actress made their red carpet debut at the Ozwald Boateng Harlem runway show. They were first linked in January. Williams filed for divorce from his ex-wife Aryn Drake-Lee in April of 2017, after five years of marriage.
TIFFANY HADDISH SAYS SEQUEL TO GIRLS TRIP IS ON HOLD: While Tiffany Haddish, Queen Latifah and Regina Hall have previously teased a sequel to Girls Trip, Haddish responded to a fan question at a recent Natural Resources Defense Council’s Night of Comedy with a less enthusiastic than anticipated reply: "I wish there was, I hope there is. I have been petitioning for it." Haddish then dished )per Page Six): "I’ve even written a script for it. Me and the girls punched it up and made it good. They don’t want it. We understood how much money could be made, and they don’t want to pay it. So I doubt it."