Ashton Kutcher enjoying parenthood

Los Angeles, April 2 (IANS) Actor Ashton Kutcher thinks parenthood is the “greatest thing ever”.

The 38-year-old, who has 18-month-old daughter Wyatt with wife Mila Kunis, says he can’t think of nothing better than being a father.

“It’s legitimately the greatest thing ever,” Kutcher told eonline.com.

Kutcher is also excited about his latest venture, new series “The Ranch”, in which he stars alongside former “That ’70s Show” co-star Danny Masterson.

He said: “I think the magic thing is it has that same feeling of a couple friends hanging out or a couple brothers hanging out.”

Campbell laughs off romance rumours with Idris Elba

Los Angeles, April 2 (IANS) Supermodel Naomi Campbell says she loves actor Idris Elba “dearly”, but has clarified that they are not dating each other.

The 45-year-old has laughed off reports that she is dating Elba, who earlier split from girlfriend Naiyana Garth, because they have been friends for so long and she would never think of him in that way.

“I don’t know why (people thought we were dating). Because I’ve known Idris for like for 10 to 15 years… 15 years. And when he takes a picture of me on my fashion events for my charity, no problem there,” Campbell told eonline.com.

“All of a sudden, bing-bam-boom, we’re a couple. It’s craziness. I mean we are very good friends. I trust him. We have a great friendship. I mean, I’ve never had the press push me to be with someone and it’s so wrong,” she said.

Campbell added that she loves Elba “as a friend dearly. I always will”.

Kanye West releases new album

Los Angeles, April 2 (IANS) Rapper Kanye West’s new album “The Life of Pablo”, which has been available exclusively on subscription-based music streaming service Tidal for over a month, has finally been released in its full-fledged avatar on other platforms.

The album was released in its entirety on other streaming services like Apple Music, Google Play Music and Spotify on Friday, reports aceshowbiz.com.

The project is also available for download on West’s website KanyeWest.com, where it is offered for $20, but hasn’t been released on iTunes yet.

Upon the wide release of the album, West’s label Def Jam noted that he would still make changes to 19 tracks off the album, which he called a “living breathing changing creative expression”.

“In the months to come, Kanye will release new updates, new versions and new iterations of the album,” the label said in a statement.

“Stay tuned for updates on Kanye West’s living album project, ‘The Life of Pablo’.”

Steven Tyler hates modern technology

Los Angeles, April 2 (IANS) American rock band Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler thinks modern technology is very unhealthy for people.

Although the 68-year-old “loves notoriety”, he is not a fan of selfie culture, social media or society’s general obsession with the internet as he thinks people are “dying slowly” online, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“Everybody’s got a camera attached to their iPhone, so you can’t go anywhere without a picture. I have a great T-shirt that says ‘Go f**k your selfie’ that I walk through airports with,” Tyler told Rolling Stone magazine.

“You are what you eat. Sleep with one eye open. Follow your dreams. There’s a lot of them. Also, people today are dying slowly. They’re either on the internet too much and they lose their job, or they’re f*****g eating too much. All that stuff is going to take you down. It’s as obvious as balls on a tall dog,” he added.

Naughty Boy questions Zayn Malik’s songwriting credit

London, April 2 (IANS) British producer Naughty Boy is bitter about being removed from Zayn Malik’s debut solo album “Mind of Mine”.

He seems to have reignited their feud when he recently called out Malik over the former One Direction singer’s songwriting claims.

It all began when Malik told a fan on Twitter that “Pillowtalk” was the first song he wrote for the album. A few moments later, Naughty Boy replied in a now deleted tweet saying “Lol”, reports aceshowbiz.com.

He also tagged MYKL (MakeYouKnowLove), who co-wrote the track.

He went on to explain in a separate tweet: “This ain’t about me… It’s just about giving credit to MakeYouKnowLove for writing an amazing song, that’s all… Bless. Have a great day.”

He either hinted that Malik didn’t write the song at all or just tried to tell his former collaborator to at least give credit to his co-writer.

Malik and Naughty Boy were once friends and worked closely after the former announced his departure from One Direction. Their relationship fell apart after Malik accused the producer of leaking one of his tracks.

Amy Schumer predicts end of her fame

New York, April 2 (IANS) Comedienne-actress Amy Schumer has quipped that her widespread popularity will last only “another six months”.

At a Comedy Central event here on Thursday, the 34-year-old joked that the widespread acclaim she achieved in the last 12 months isn’t sustainable, reports eonline.com.

“Do you guys know that I’m really famous now? I think it’s going to last another six months. Obviously, I’ve got behavioural issues,” she said, while adding that she didn’t know what being famous would be like.

“You can imagine, and then it actually really blows. You’re like, ‘Boo-hoo,’ and yes, I’m very rich now. Very rich. But now, I get to have things like: If I walk down the street in New York, people going, ‘Oh my god, I never do this, but would you f**k my brother?'” Schumer quipped.

Steven Tyler hates modern technology

Los Angeles, April 2 (IANS) American rock band Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler thinks modern technology is very unhealthy for people.

Although the 68-year-old “loves notoriety”, he is not a fan of selfie culture, social media or society’s general obsession with the internet as he thinks people are “dying slowly” online, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“Everybody’s got a camera attached to their iPhone, so you can’t go anywhere without a picture. I have a great T-shirt that says ‘Go f**k your selfie’ that I walk through airports with,” Tyler told Rolling Stone magazine.

“You are what you eat. Sleep with one eye open. Follow your dreams. There’s a lot of them. Also, people today are dying slowly. They’re either on the internet too much and they lose their job, or they’re f*****g eating too much. All that stuff is going to take you down. It’s as obvious as balls on a tall dog,” he added.

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