In the Big Fat Rumor of the Day, some sources are claiming that Rihanna and Big Sean are a couple. Big Sean recently broke off an engagement with Naya Rivera and Rihanna was last rumored to be with Drake. Over the weekend, there was a pool party at Kevin Durant's house in L.A. and RiRi and Sean were seen arriving together, sending many to believe they are a new couple.
Jessica Simpson and her fiancé, former NFL player Eric Johnson, got married Saturday at the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California. Their 1-year-old son Ace was the ring bearer, and their 2-year-old daughter Maxwell was the flower girl. Celebrities in attendance included Jessica's sister Ashlee, Jessica Alba, Topher Grace and Donald Faison.
There's a rumor that "Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen is broke. Some blog claims she was in a New York City pawnshop recently, "begging" them for money in exchange for a $25,000 handbag. Carly hasn't commented.
Mya broke her silence this week and forcefully denied a long-term affair with Jay Z after the rumor turned to death threats. Someone walked up and asked her about it while she was accepting an award at a church. A source said at first it was just ridiculous, but then some die-hard fans start making threats. She really couldn't care less about the rumors, but she finally spoke up after one up when an Instagram follower asked her point blank if she was Hova's "side chick." She posted, "Never did, never was, never will. I play second to no one and respect myself & marriage way too much for nonsense."
On Friday, Lea Michele Tweeted that she was pregnant except she it wasn't really her. The day before that, someone hacked Chris Colfer's account and Tweeted, "Due to personal issues, I have been let go from the cast of "Glee." Explanations will come shortly." That one turned out to be bogus, too. The real Lea Tweeted, "Guess Chris Colfer and I should have known better then to make our passwords the names of our cats:)" And Chris said, "I'm just glad I wasn't killed by a fruit truck again."
Russell Neal, one of the dudes from the '90s R&B group Hi-Five, has been charged with murdering his wife. She died last week of blunt force trauma and stab wounds. Neal went to the police station in Houston on Wednesday and said his wife was dead in their apartment and that he needed a lawyer. Police found Russell's wife, Catherine Martinez, 24, lying dead under a blanket on the living room floor. She'd suffered multiple stab wounds and blunt force trauma. He's currently being held on $100,000 bond. Their two little boys are staying with relatives.