Her rep said that McKinley planned to propose to the reality TV star for two months, rented out a venue and took Williams there by helicopter before proposing to her over the weekend.
Williams had previously told People that she had known MCKinley for years, but the couple only started dating last year.
Who is McKinley? There isn’t much out there about him. The public portion of his Facebook page says he is from Detroit, lives in Atlanta, studied business administration at Oakland University, studied economics at the University of Michigan and is a clerk at Queen Virgin Remy, a hair extension site. His page also says he works at a place called MCK<3, which has a blank Facebook page and no evidence of any actual existence off Google.
He calls himself a “serial entrepreneur” on his Instagram page.
If a wedding is planned, it will likely be chronicled on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.”
Cristiano Ronaldo denied an accusation by a woman who claimed the soccer superstar raped her in a Las Vegas hotel in 2009, calling it “fake news,” the BBC reported.
In a lawsuit filed Friday in Clark County, Nevada, Kathryn Mayorga, 34, said Ronaldo, who plays for the the Italian club Juventus, raped her while she repeatedly screamed “no,” CNN reported.
In an Instagram video, Ronaldo, 33, said: "They want to promote (themselves) by (using) my name. It's normal," the BBC reported.
"(The report) violates the personal rights of our client Cristiano Ronaldo in an exceptionally serious way," according to a statement by Ronaldo's lawyer, Christian Schertz. "This is an inadmissible reporting of suspicions in the area of privacy. It would therefore already be unlawful to reproduce this reporting.”
According to the lawsuit, Ronaldo apologized after the alleged incident that occurred on June 13, 2009, "stating he was sorry, he was usually a gentleman," CNN reported. The lawsuit alleges that Ronaldo told his representatives that "she said 'no' and 'stop' several times."
In 2010, Mayorga reportedly reached an out-of-court settlement with Ronaldo involving a $375,000 payment in exchange for a nondisclosure agreement, the BBC reported. Her lawyers now want to declare the agreement void.
Mayorga's attorney declined to comment, CNN reported.
Rapper Cardi B turned herself in to New York City police Monday morning in connection with a fight at a Queens strip club, the New York Post reported.
Cardi B, who was born Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, surrendered at the Flushing precinct around 9:30 a.m., the newspaper reported.
She did not answer questions.
Almánzar allegedly ordered an attack on two bartenders at the Angels Strip Club in Flushing on Aug. 29, WPIX reported.
The bartenders -- sisters Jade and Baddie Gi -- claim they were attacked because of allegations they had sex with Cardi B’s husband, Offset, the Post reported.
The bartenders are suing the Bronx-born singer for damages, according to the newspaper.
Cardi B performed at the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park over the weekend, WPIX reported.
"Saturday Night Live" didn't hold back in its season premiere this week, taking several jabs at Brett Kavanaugh with the help of a surprise guest.
In the show's cold open – a parody of Thursday's dramatic Senate Judiciary Committee hearing – actor Matt Damon stepped in to play the beleaguered Supreme Court nominee, who has denied multiple allegations of sexual assault and misconduct.
"Let me tell you this: I'm gonna start at an 11," Damon's Kavanaugh, nostrils flared, shouted. "I'm gonna take it to a 15 real quick!"
He continued: "First of all, I showed this speech to almost no one – not my family, not my friends, not even PJ or Tobin or Squi. This is my speech. There are others like it, but this is mine! I wrote it myself last night while screaming into an empty bag of Doritos."
Damon as Kavanaugh called the allegations a "political con job perpetrated by the Clintons, George Soros, Kathy Griffin, the gay mafia and Mr. Ronan Sinatra."
The sketch also took aim at Kavanaugh's statements about drinking in high school, with multiple references to beer and sight-gags involving him chugging water.
"Now I'm usually an optimist – a 'the keg is half-full' kind of guy," Damon's Kavanaugh said. "But what I've seen from the monsters on this committee makes me want to puke – and not from beer."
>> Watch the complete sketch here (WARNING: Viewer discretion advised.)
Hours after announcing he was changing his name to "Ye," rapper Kanye West made headlines again with three attention-grabbing performances on the season premiere of "Saturday Night Live," followed by a political speech after the cameras stopped rolling.
The meme-worthy moments began with his first song, "I Love It." West and Lil Pump took the stage dressed as water bottles – West as Perrier, Pump as Fiji – as Adele Givens appeared on a screen in the background.
>> Watch the full performance here (WARNING: Graphic language.)
Suffice it to say, the bizarre wardrobe choices left many social media users scratching their heads.
For his next performance, West ditched the kooky costume, opting for a more traditional look as he sang a new song, "We Got Love," with Teyana Taylor.
But West's clothing again drew attention when the rapper, clad in a "Make America Great Again" hat, closed the show with a performance of "Ghost Town" with Kid Cudi, Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake.
According to The Daily Beast, West continued to get political after filming, giving a speech onstage that was captured in an Instagram video posted by comedian Chris Rock.
"There’s so many times I talk to a white person about this and they say, 'How could you like Trump? He’s racist,'" West said, the news outlet reported. "Well, uh, if I was concerned about racism I would’ve moved out of America a long time ago.”
West also mentioned running for president in 2020.
From the outside looking in, Gisele Bündchen has the life most women can only dream of having.
As one of the highest-paid supermodels in the world, married to one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, mother of two beautiful children, Bündchen's life seems picture-perfect – but not everything is as flawless as it seems.
In a brand new tell-all memoir, Bündchen reveals she's struggled with panic attacks and even suicidal thoughts.
"Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life" is a raw, honest confession from Bündchen where she details how her life as a supermodel began to add up and began to have mental and physical effects on her.
Her first panic attack happened on a bumpy flight back in 2003, which eventually led to a fear of tunnels, elevators and enclosed spaces.
In an interview with People magazine, Bündchen said:
“I had a wonderful position in my career, I was very close to my family, and I always considered myself a positive person, so I was really beating myself up. Like, ‘Why should I be feeling this?’ I felt like I wasn’t allowed to feel bad. But I felt powerless. Your world becomes smaller and smaller, and you can’t breathe, which is the worst feeling I’ve ever had."
Bündchen says that, when the panic attacks started happening inside her own home, she began thinking about killing herself, saying, “I actually had the feeling of, ‘If I just jump off my balcony, this is going to end, and I never have to worry about this feeling of my world closing in.’”
When she was prescribed Xanax for her anxiety, Bündchen took a different approach and completely changed her lifestyle, which now includes yoga, mediation and a more health-conscious diet.
"Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life" hits the stores Tuesday, Oct. 2.
“When you’re in Atlanta, I don’t care if you’re a celebrity or on the ‘Avengers,’ you ain’t welcome,” the fan is heard screaming. “Rise up, baby!
But Mackie kept his cool as the insults continued, repeatedly telling the fan that his father “raised you to be better than this.”
Nothing like some (seemingly) well-meaning trash talk.
Mackie recently starred in Atlanta-filmed “Avengers: Infinity War” and will bring the action to the untitled fourth installment.
“Avengers 4” is currently undergoing reshoots and will hit theaters on May 3, 2019.
It’s not the original job she wanted, but Hillary Clinton sat down for an interview for a secretarial job in the Thursday’s premiere of CBS’ reboot of “Murphy Brown.”
The former Democratic presidential candidate showed off her deadpan acting skills as she conversed with Candice Bergen, who plays the title role in “Murphy Brown,” noting that her first name was “spelled with one L.”
“I’m here to interview for the secretarial position,” Clinton says.
As she is interviewed, Clinton’s dialogue references her political career.
“For four years I was a secretary for a very large company,” Clinton tells Brown, who is interviewing for a secretary at her new cable news company.
“And you have the requisite skills, computers, email,” Brown asks.
“Emails,” Clinton says. “I do have some experience with emails.”
Brown wraps up the interview by observing that Clinton seems overqualified, but takes her business card.
Clinton’s email on the card is Hilary@youcouldhavehadme.com.
The original “Murphy Brown” series ran from 1988 to 1998, overlapping the time when Clinton was first lady.
Clinton will make another television appearance on Oct. 7, CNN reported. She will play herself, along with former secretaries of state Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell in the season premiere of “Madam Secretary.”
The Eagles will be soaring in Europe during an eight-country, 14-date tour in 2019, according to the group’s website.
The rock ’n’ roll band is expected to perform some of their greatest hits, including “Hotel California,” “Take It Easy,” “Desperado,” “One of These Nights” and “Life in the Fast Lane.”
The tour begins May 26 in Antwerp, Belgium, and ends July 6 in Dublin, Ireland. In between, the group will play in Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, England and Scotland.
The group will appear in London on June 23, with Sheryl Crow as a special guest, New Musical Express reported.
Members in the band include Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, along with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey. Co-founding member Glenn Frey died in January 2016.
A famous rapper was arrested on more than a dozen felony charges late Tuesday night in Cobb County, Georgia.
According to court paperwork obtained by WSB-TV, Daz Dillinger was arrested with more than 100 grams of marijuana inside a suburban Atlanta home.
Dillinger was taken to the Cobb County Jail and booked on 12 counts of possession of a controlled substance and one count of possession of more than one ounce of marijuana. Bond was set at $15,000.
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