Paris Jackson 'very serious' with boyfriend
Paris Jackson is reportedly "very serious" about her relationship with Chester Castellaw and refers to him as her "first true love".
The 17-year-old star - who is the daughter of the late Michael Jackson - is said to be in love with her 18-year-old boyfriend despite having been advised by her family to take things slow.
A source shared: "The Jackson family actually really, really like Chester and they have done a thorough check on him and his family. They are not going to let just anyone steal the heart of their precious baby girl.
"Everyone around Paris is telling her to take it slow with Chester, but she has no interest in taking it any slower than it already is going.
"Chester is not only her boyfriend but also her best friend and the one person that she confides in with everything."
Paris is currently under the co-guardianship of her grandmother Katherine and her cousin Tito following the death of her father.
And in June 2013 the brunette beauty was sent to a treatment centre in Utah to deal with personal issues relating to the King of Pop's sudden death.
However, she now appears to be happier than ever with her new love.
The source told gossip site RadarOnline.com: "Chester is a really good influence on her and he keeps her healthy, sober and away from the Hollywood drama.
"He is a regular at the Jackson home and has totally won her over, as well as Katherine, Michael's sisters and her younger brother, Blanket.
"She says he is her first true love and it is just great to see her happy. This guy's intentions seem pure with her and he comes from wealth and a powerful family of his own, so he is not in it for any other reason than love."
Nick Gordon pleads with Bobbi Kristina Brown's family to let him see her
Nick Gordon has pleaded with the family of his girlfriend Bobbi Kristina Brown to let him visit her in hospital following his successful stint in rehab.
Nick has released a statement through his lawyers begging his girlfriend's family to let him visit Bobbi, who has been in a coma since January.
According to Us Weekly, the statement - which is directed at Bobbi's father Bobby Brown and the family of her mother, the late Whitney Houston - reads: "Despite his strong desire to see Bobbi Kristina, Nick has respected the families' wishes for over three months and has refrained from visiting or from pursuing access to her through the courts. He has asked through counsel many times privately and now asks both the Browns and the Houstons, please let him see her."
Nick has been engaged in a dispute with his girlfriend's family since she was found unconscious in a bathtub in her home in Atlanta.
The Browns previously claimed they'd offered him the chance to visit his girlfriend but that he'd refused to agree to their terms.
They said at the time: "Mr. Gordon was offered an opportunity to potentially visit Bobbi Kristina but...declined to meet the terms of any possible visit. Obviously Mr. Gordon is not as desperate to visit Bobbi Kristina as he wants the world to believe."
Nick's lawyers responded to insist they had advised their client not to agree to the terms but that he'd repeatedly offered to meet with Bobby in private in order to come to an agreement.
The troubled star recently sought help at a rehab facility after a "volatile" interview with Dr. Phil, during which his mother revealed she'd caught him trying to commit suicide.
FKA twigs' relationship with Robert Pattinson 'worth' abuse
FKA twigs insists her relationship with Robert Pattinson is "worth" the abuse she receives.
The 'Two Weeks' singer has been sent abusive messages on Twitter ever since she started dating the 'Twilight' actor last year, and although she admitted it has been "awful", she believes it's all been worthwhile.
She said: "It's really hard - I can't begin to explain how awful it is.
"I didn't see my life going this way at all. But it's worth it. I'm so happy."
The 27-year-old musician - who is rumoured to be engaged to the movie star - slammed those who criticise her online though, saying it makes her feel like smashing her "face into the mirror".
Speaking to the New York Times newspaper, she continued: It makes you want to just stop everything sometimes. It makes you want to smash your face into the mirror... It's relentless.
"There's no amount of songs I can sing or dances I can dance that will prove to them I'm not a monkey."
The star - whose real name is Tahliah Barnett - made the comments just days after it was reported the couple had decided against getting a pre-nuptial agreement, as the 29-year-old actor is "madly in love" so doesn't think they'll ever need one.
The source said: "Rob's quite a traditionalist and is madly in love with her, so he doesn't think it's necessary. He's following his heart on this, rather than his head."
Amy Winehouse's fiance claims biopic attacks her
Amy Winehouse's fiance Reg Traviss thinks the biopic 'Amy: The Girl Behind The Name' "effectively attacks" the singer.
The 38-year-old director has spoken out about the way he felt when he saw 'Amy: The Girl Behind The Name' in January, and realised how little he featured despite having filmed hours worth of interview material and being engaged to the late 'Back to Black' hitmaker - who died from alcohol poisoning in 2011 - at the time of her death.
Reg said: "Amy was a real person, and what the documentary-makers have done - like so many others before them - is effectively attack her. They claimed to have made a serious, unbiased documentary that presents an honest depiction of Amy.
"Instead, they have taken her name and exploited her talent for their own ends, without taking the responsibility of reflecting the true person that she was."
The 'Anti-Social' filmmaker's comments come after Amy's father Mitch Winehouse revealed he and his family have withdrawn support for the biopic, which was directed by Asif Kapadia, claiming it contains "basic untruths", and Reg said the reason they accepted the idea for a documentary was due to Asif's 'Senna' credentials.
He explained to the Daily Telegraph newspaper: "We had no reason not to trust (the directors). The result? What can only be described as a fictionalised biopic based around a distorted depiction of Amy's life.
"It upsets me that this film may now shape how people remember her."