Celebrity roundup

Report: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to wed this weekend

 
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Are Kim and Kanye becoming Mr. and Mrs. West this weekend? RadarOnline is reporting the couple have obtained their marriage license and will wed this weekend in L.A. Nothing too grand; just a vow swap at the courthouse. The biggie is coming this summer in the rapper’s favorite city, Paris. You can wait to send flowers.

Fun times

British Princes William and Harry have been spotted at a downtown Memphis restaurant. Local media reported the two arrived Thursday night for a dinner party in a private room of Charles Vergo’s Rendezvous BBQ restaurant, where they were treated like, um, kings.

Pull over

Stephen Baldwin was arrested in upper Manhattan for allegedly driving with a suspended license early Friday, police sources told Page Six. The actor was stopped in a 2013 gold Ford Explorer around 6:45 a.m. with an expired Texas registration and suspended license.

Can’t stop

Get a girlfriend and put down the cellphone! James Franco is acting desperate and creepy, posting bare-chested selfies that would make Geraldo Rivera blush. At least the actor-poet-writer (who admitted a small dalliance with Lindsay Lohan to Howard Stern this week) had the good sense to delete the latest, which shows him touching his nether-regions. Career killing is easy to do in Hollywood, and he’s on a fast track.

Coming of age

Happy birthday to me. Not! It’s looking likely that Chris Brown will mark his 25th year on earth Monday behind bars. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin said the singer would remain incarcerated unless a resolution on the terms of his probation in the Rihanna case could be agreed to between the prosecutor and Brown's attorney by a scheduled hearing May 9.

This is really it

Michael Jackson is singing beyond the grave. Xscape comes out May 13 and includes songs the King of Pop recorded from the ’80s and ’90s.

Top secret

Just like her marriage, the April 21 birth of Kerry Washington’s daughter wasn’t made public until TMZ spilled the beans. You want to know the name? Call the CIA.

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