Gwyneth Paltrow, Apple and Moses. Credits: Instagram.com Source: ELLE Canada
Proud mom and dad alert.
Of course Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin procreated super-talented celebrity scions.
Apple and Moses Martin joined their dad onstage to sing a song at a Boys and Girls Club fundraiser in Malibu. Moses, 10, covered Twenty One Pilots’ “House of Gold,” earning cheers from the crowd. Twelve-year-old Apple impressed with Ariana Grande’s “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart,” with her Coldplay frontman dad on piano.
Mom and dad have some competition.
Happy birthday – and baby, Ciara! The singer turned 31 on Oct. 25 and announced the same day that she and new husband Russell Wilson are expecting their first child.
She posted an adorbs snapchat on Instagram with the caption. "On this special birthday, I received an abundance of love from friends and family. And I'm excited to finally share one of the Greatest Gifts of All that God could give."
This is their first child together. Ciara has a son, Future Zahir Wilburn, with rapper Future. Congrats CiCi!
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds at the 2014 MET Ball. Credits: Getty Source: ELLE Canada
And we can't get enough.
Ryan Reynolds turned 40 this week and he and wife Blake Lively celebrated the only way they know how: by being the cutest humans on the planet. Blake hosted a party for her husband at the resto where they first fell in love, O Ya Sushi, and posted this photo on Instagram.
CUE ALL THE EMOTIONS. Then, Ryan responded with this shoutout.
Here are four more of the couple's best Insta moments.
When they snuggled up together at Taylor Swift's Fourth of July party:
When they showed us they don't take themselves too seriously:
When Blake explained how their relationship really started:
When Blake praised the father of her child:
And finally, when Ryan looked at his wife like this:
"Barack Obama is the Nickelback of presidents."
Everybody hurts – even Barack Obama. But that didn't stop him from returning to Jimmy Kimmel Live! for the second edition of “Mean Tweets: President Obama." (It's reportedly the last late night show he'll do as president... sigh.)
In the two-minute clip, the POTUS read tweets from haters about everything from his policies to his dad jeans. But the most intriguing message of all came from Donald Trump himself. Obama's response to the Republican presidential nominee is pure gold.