While discussing Hollywood crushes during the “Hot Topics” segment, the 38-year-old Wild ’n Out creator first named Carey, with whom he shares 7-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe.
“My top three: No. 1, Mariah. The amazing mother, superstar singer,” he said. “No. 2: Halle Berry. I’m still working on it. … I still got some more tattoo space. No. 3: Yesterday, I heard she out there dating. Naomi Campbell. That’s what you want. Them is women!”
A producer then suggested Lopez and Cannon quipped, “I don’t know her.” After the audience erupted into laughter, the Masked Singer host added, “That was a joke for the lambs! Shoutout to the lambs!” (Carey refers to her fans as the Lambily.)
Carey first dissed the “On the Floor” singer during a 2000s interview-turned-meme after she was asked about Lopez. “I don’t know her,” the “All I Want for Christmas Is You” songstress said with a sly smile.
“Meg wants a natural birth if she can have one,” a source reportedly close to the couple told Vanity Fair. “Her mother is very into anything that is holistic and natural, and having been brought up with yoga and mindfulness, it’s all very much part of Meghan’s birth plan.”
The au naturel move is becoming more and more popular among pregnant women, who are opting for natural births involving midwives and doulas over drugs and doctors. Midwives are now present at over 13 percent of all births in the U.S., and the number of home births (and births in birthing centers) has jumped by 70 percent since 2004, according to data from the National Center for Health Statistics.
Harry and Meghan’s birth plan is right on trend. It reportedly involves a home birth and hypnobirthing—a meditative approach to giving birth that involves breathing and visualization techniques.
According to Vanity Fair, Megs has also been having regular acupuncture sessions to help her stay zen during her third trimester. “It’s brilliant for the blood circulation and boosting blood flow to the uterus,” a source close to celebrity acupuncturist Ross Barr (whom Meghan and Harry visited on the reg leading up to the royal wedding) told Vanity Fair. “She plans to use acupuncture right up to her due date.”
For Priyanka Chopra, adding husband Nick Jonas‘ last name to her own was never a question.
“I always wanted to add his name to mine because I feel like we’re becoming family, and I’m a little traditional and old school like that,” the Quantico actress, 36, said on Tuesday, during a visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. “But I don’t take away my identity. He gets added to who I am.”
Chopra — who wed Jonas, 26, in an extravagant series of events in December — is wasting no time settling into married life, changing her name to “Priyanka Chopra Jonas” on Instagram days after saying her “I dos.”
“The gravity of it, it’s like a big deal!” she told Fallon, of the name switch. “I didn’t realize it was that much of a big deal until I did it.”