EVA MENDES has revealed the unusual inspiration for her baby daughter’s name - The Hunchback Of Notre-Dame.
The Hollywood actress, 40, and heartthrob RYAN GOSLING, 34, became parents to their first child - Esmeralda Amada Gosling - in September.
Until now, Eva, has not even confirmed the pregnancy.
But she opened up to Violet Grey magazine, saying in an interview: “I’m completely exhausted. I thought my wild nights were over but these are some of the wildest nights I’ve ever had.”
And she said about the name: “We both love the Esmeralda character from the Victor Hugo novel The Hunchback of Notre-Dame and just think it’s a beautiful name.
“Her middle [name] is Amada, which was my grandmother’s name. It means ‘beloved’ in Spanish.”
PRINCE has mysteriously vanished from social media.
The Breakdown singer has deleted a @3rdEyeGirl Twitter band account that was launched in 2013, his Instagram account and has also got rid of most of the videos from his official YouTube channel. Just a couple of clips remain, including videos of the 2013 song Breakfast Can Wait.
The Facebook page the 56-year-old set up just a few weeks ago has also disappeared - with no word as to why.
CHERYL FERNANDEZ-VERSINI has hinted that her friendship with NADINE COYLE is definitely over, by unfollowing her on Twitter.
The X Factor judge was recently reported to have criticised her former Girls Aloud bandmate after Nadine suggested she didn’t want the group to split.
And it seems Cheryl has now confirmed her feelings by apparently snubbing Nadine on the social networking site.
JENNIFER ANISTON played a prank during a radio chat, which led to an extremely uncomfortable interview.
The Hollywood actress joined forces with DJ SCOTT MILLS at Radio 1 to make his sidekick CHRIS STARK squirm by being “super mean”.
When Chris asked whether fame made it difficult to chat someone up, she told him his question was inappropriate and she was “committed to somebody - I don’t hit on people”.
And she looked stunned when he asked her if she’d ever consider penning a Fifty Shades Of Grey-style novel.
The broadcaster was eventually put out of his misery when Scott came in to reveal the prank, leaving Chris with his head in his hands.
SIR RIDLEY SCOTT has revealed he will not direct Blade Runner 2.
HARRISON FORD starred as retired police officer Rick Deckard in the cult sci-fi movie released in 1982, and over 30 years on the filmmaker has been working on a sequel to the original.
But in comments he made to Variety in an interview for his new film Exodus: Gods And Kings, the Oscar-nominated director revealed that filming is due to start within the next year with “someone else” at the helm, while he will work as a producer on the project.
However, Ridley confirmed Harrison Ford will be back as Rick Deckard.