Brooklyn Beckhamdoesn't need any help impressing the ladies -- he's a Beckham -- but his new vintage ride doesn't hurt.
David and Victoria's eldest took two female friends for a spin in his super cool SWB series 3 Land Rover Wednesday afternoon in London. His pops also drives a Land Rover, so apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
The real deal though -- the kid's last name's Beckham. He could be showing off his '72 Pinto, chicks would still flock.
Mel B's ex-nanny is enjoying a new kinda 3-way these days ... leisurely sauntering with her boo and pooch in the midst of a nasty legal war.
Lorraine Gilles and her man, Michael Bleau, walked her dog, Django, Tuesday at a park in Woodland Hills, CA -- showing zero stress from the defamation lawsuit she's launched against Mel for accusing Lorraine of having an affair with Stephen Belafonte. Not to mention, allegedly getting pregnant by him and having an abortion.
Production on Master P's biopic indirectly saved the life an elderly man when a house went up in flames.
The movie's director, Jeff Reyes, tells us he was scouting shoot locations in New Orleans a couple weeks ago when he and his cinematographer came upon the burning building. He says they asked if anyone needed help, and were told a wheelchair-bound man was trapped inside.
Reyes, who was in the Army, says they covered themselves to fight off the smoke, and then rushed inside to find the guy. They lifted him out of his chair and carried him to safety outside. Much of the rescue was recorded by a witness.
The title of the Master P flick is "King of the South." At least one NOLA resident would say that applies to Reyes too.
April the Giraffe is coming back online post-birth ... but she needs some serious cash flow for the sake of the animals.
The indoor camera feed that captured the birth of April's baby will be re-launched next week. This one won't run 24/7 -- it'll have set times. This time we'll see April indoors and out.
Here's the catch ... April needs new sponsors, and the zoo she's staying at is taking bids.
Folks at the Animal Adventure Park tell us they're accepting 2 sponsors to help continue their conservation efforts -- one for the live stream, and another for the live web show next Monday where they'll announce the calf's name.
A third of the proceeds will go to the park, another third to the Giraffe Conservation Fund and the remainder to a charity -- Ava's Little Heroes -- that helps families with unforeseen medical costs.
As we reported ... April's live stream pulled in some big viewer numbers, with Toys 'R' Us sponsoring the live stream.
We did some checking, and it looks like the new deal could rake in 6 figures.
Serena Williams just confirmed her pregnancy announcement was made by accident ... but was only off by about 5 or 6 days.
The tennis star admitted to the social media flub Tuesday at a TED Talks conference in Vancouver with Gayle King -- where she said she had meant to take the pic in private ... but somehow blasted it out to the world.
Serena told Gayle ... "On social media, you press the wrong button and thirty minutes later I missed four calls and I’m like, ‘That’s weird.’"
Doesn't sound like she regrets the early announcement -- she said she was gonna publicly disclose it a few days later anyway. The news also came on the heels of her rising back to No. 1 in the women's tennis rankings ... which ain't bad for someone who hasn't played since January.
Unfortunately, it wasn't without controversy either. She had to deal with haters like former tennis pro Ilie Nastase, who made a racist comment about her future baby. Serena shut him down like a champ, though.
Scott Baio can count on a can of whoopass if he ever runs into Erin Moran's brother, who wants payback for Scott's comments about Erin's substance abuse.
Tony Moran tore into Scott ... referring to a brief fling Erin and Scott had way back when they were young TV stars. His Tuesday Facebook post got nasty though when he said, "She told me that you were tiny." Then came the not so thinly veiled threat: "Get on your knees and pray you never run into me."
Tony's angry about Scott's radio interview where he took Erin to task for using drugs. At the time, Scott thought that's what killed her, but later learned it was cancer.
Scott told us he wouldn't have been so harsh if he'd known she was battling cancer -- but he stands firm on his view of addiction.
United Airlines is catching more flak this week after a rabbit set to become the world's biggest bunny died on-board one of its flights.
The 3-foot bunny named Simon reportedly died Monday night on a United flight from Heathrow to O'Hare -- yes, really.
The breeder, Annette Edwards, says Simon was healthy before boarding ... but was found dead in the plane's cargo hold upon landing. It was reportedly on its way to a new celeb owner in the States.
The rabbits cost around $6,400 to raise, and Edwards sells them for $640 a pop. Simon, who was 10 months old, was expected to surpass his 4-foot, 4-inch dad ... and snag the record for world's biggest.
United -- which is already dealing with a PR nightmare -- reportedly said it was saddened to hear this news and that it's trying to determine why Simon died.
Ted Cruz has the perfect solution on how to pay for Donald Trump's border wall ... pass a law to use El Chapo's billions and loot from other lords to underwrite construction.
The Texas senator introduced a new bill Tuesday called the Ensuring Lawful Collection of Hidden Assets to Provide Order Act -- aka the EL CHAPO Act ... which does just that.
The bill would allow the U.S. to use all cash forfeited by drug lords to pay for the wall and border security.
According to Ted ... the U.S. is already gunning for more than $14 billion in drug money and other profits that the Mexican drug lords collected, and Cruz says that will go a long way toward the estimated $20 plus billion in construction costs.
The government is on the verge of shutting down this week, in part because of funding for the border wall project. Looks like Ted's trying to get creative with a solution.