Retired soccer star Landon Donovan is giving marriage another go. He posted on Facebook that he is engaged to “the love of my life,” hotel manager Hannah Bartell, y. Major League Soccer’s all-time leading scorer was wed to Rules of Engagement star Bianca Kajlich for three years.
Irina Shayk may have accidentally on purpose revealed the reason for her January split with Real Madrid midfielder Cristiano Ronaldo. In a Valentine’s Day-related chitchat with E! News, the Sports Illustrated model said she was seeking “a loyal man.” The exes reportedly broke up over his alleged affair with Spanish sports journo Lucia Villalon. Ronaldo’s sister told UK’s The Mirror that rumor is untrue.
TALE OF THE TAPE?
One of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s neighbors reported a domestic dispute at her address the week before she was found face-down in a bathtub, according to a 911 call. In the call, made on Jan. 23, a man who identified himself as a security guard at the gated community where Brown lives told a dispatcher that the neighbor reported people “hitting each other and swinging” outside the home. The guard did not give descriptions of how many people were fighting or who they were.
BABIES ON BOARD
Bethany Hamilton is cooking up a mini waverider. The 25-year-old — who lost her left arm in a shark attack in 2003 and was the subject of the subsequent book and movie Soul Surfer — shared a video saying she and husband, Christian youth minister Adam Dirks, were going to have a boy.
Sophie B. Hawkins froze her eggs almost 20 years ago and now, at 50, is preggers. The As I Lay Me Down singer, a single mom, said her motivation was giving her 6-year-old son a sibling.
Former Dexter star Jennifer Carpenter and her musician boyfriend Seth Avett have major news: They are expecting and engaged. Carpenter’s rep confirmed the news to Us Weekly after the actress, 35, was spotted out with a bulge on her thin frame and a rock on her finger. Carpenter used to be married to her co-star on the show set in Miami, Michael C. Hall, who has moved on romantically with Morgan McGregor, an associate editor at the Los Angeles Review. (See? Newspaper people are cool, too).