This week's celebrity enagements, weddings, arrests and baby news
Baby news: Forget about MTV's Siesta Key, we have a new addition to The Hills. Whitney Port and her husband Tim Rosenman have welcomed their first child, a boy named Sonny. The Hills star made the announcement Monday on her blog. "No big deal, but I created another human being and then delivered him into the world at 12.30am Thursday morning," she wrote.
Baby news: Serena Williams isn't planning a big gender reveal party, but she's got a hunch. Williams and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian are pretty sure their little bundle will be a girl. "She put it really well," Ohanian told Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday. "Obviously she won the Australian Open while pregnant, and she remarked that she feels that it has to be a girl, because everything that little baby went through and handled like a champ, only a woman could be strong enough to take on."
Baby news: Saturday Night Live alum Bobby Moynihan and his wife, Broadway star Brynn O'Malley, are parents to a baby girl. The comedian revealed a while back that his wife was pregnant on Instagram by asking a question to the Wonder Woman director, Patty Jenkins. "Hi @PattyJenks. Big fan. Quick question. How soon do you think is appropriate to show my daughter @WonderWomanFilm ?" he wrote. "She's due in July. Thanks for making it easier to be a Dad. What an amazing, beautiful movie. Thanks to you and @gal_gadot."
Engaged: Country star Garth Brooks has some wedding planning in his future. His daughter, Allie, 21, got engaged during his concert while he sang She's Every Woman on stage.
Arrested: Dukes of Hazzard actor Tom Wopat, 65, was arrested Wednesday on charges of indecent assault, battery and drug possession. Wopat, who was supposed to appear in a production of 42nd Street, pleaded not guilty Thursday to groping a female cast member.
Arrested: Nathaniel "Kidd Creole" Glover, a founding member of the rap group Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, was arrested on a murder charge in New York after reportedly stabbing a homeless man. According to the police report, the 55-year-old homeless man died of multiple stab wounds and Glover, 57, was identified through surveillance video. "He thought the complainant was hitting on him and thought that, ‘If this guy was hitting on me, he must think I'm gay, too,' and that infuriated him," Assistant District Attorney Mark Dahl said in court.