Hollywood Hills reports: Recently, Deadline, dropped a new spoiler bomb report for Vampire Diaries,revealing that actress Claire Holt aka Rebekah vamp, has landed fulltime employment on their upcoming “Originals” spinoff show.
She’s actually going to be one of the leading stars of the show,joining other Vampire Diaries crossover actors Joseph Morgan aka Klaus, Daniel Gillies aka Elijah,and Phoebe Tonkin aka Hayley. As previously reported, the new Originals show will revolve around the Original family of vampires, as Klaus returns to the supernatural melting pot that is the French Quarter of New Orleans, a town he helped build centuries ago, and is reunited with his diabolical former protégé Marcel.
The Originals pilot episode is actually going to double as Vampire Diaries season 4 episode on April 25th,and it’s written by Vampire Diaries executive producer, Julie Plec.
People reports: The actor recently took to Twitter to announce that he and Tinglan Hong, 33, have added another baby — a son! — to their brood.
According to the UK’s Daily Mail, their baby boy is reportedly named Felix Chang.
“In answer to some journos. Am thrilled my daughter now has a brother,” Grant Tweeted Saturday. “Adore them both to an uncool degree. They have a fab mum.”
Never shy of being a tad cheeky, the Love Actually star added: “And to be crystal clear. I am the Daddy.”
Becoming a father may have come as a bit of a surprise for the actor, but he’s quickly adjusted to daddy duty.
“Now that I have [a child], it is life changing,” he shared during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “I recommend it. Get some.”
People reports: In this exclusive preview of Monday night’s episode, Sean Lowe meets more of Desiree Hartsock‘s loved ones than he bargained for.
“As Des and I are getting dinner ready for her parents, I feel like we’re a couple,” says Sean. “And I’m excited for her family to get here because I want to meet these people.”
Instead, the ex shows up at the door, asking if he and Des can talk. An awkward, you’ve-got-to-wonder-if-it’s-scripted dialogue ensues. A sampling:
Ex: Des, I love you, OK?
Ex: I’ve been texting, calling, where they hell have you been?
Des: [Gestures toward Sean] “I’ve been busy.
Ex: We’re together for two years and all of a sudden, just nothing? I love you more than anything.
Sean: I’m thinking, ‘Maybe I just need to leave.’
Ex: You’re going to be with this actor? This isn’t real.
Sean: First of all, I’m standing right here. You want to talk to me, talk to me … [To Des]: Do you want to talk to him? [To Ex]: Then leave please.
Ex: Can you give us a minute?
Sean: Don’t put your hands on me …
The fireworks air on the new episode of The Bachelor Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.