Lana Del Rey looks set to settle down with Mr Right… after successfully swiping right.
The Summertime Sadness singer, 35, is already engaged after downloading some fast love online.
The sultry American met her fiancé, singer Clayton Johnson, a few months ago on a dating app.
Lana set off the wedding watch when she flashed a massive sparkler on The Tonight Show this week and now her pals have confirmed she has said ‘yes’ to the 31-year-old hunk.
The pair made their first moves by following one another on Instagram in August, and in October they dressed up for Halloween, posing for photos as Dorothy and the Scarecrow from The Wizard Of Oz.
Lana will be mapping out her future with Clayton after starting the year in the arms of another man.
Her whirlwind romance comes months after her break-up from reality TV star Sean ‘Sticks’ Larkin.
They started dating in September last year, but by March the 46-year-old telly cop admitted they were ‘just friends’.
Eve: I have found what I’m looking for… to not be rubbish
Eve Hewson has no Desire to be famous like her dad Bono… her goal is simply ‘to not be s***’.
The 29-year-old Irish actress is well on her way to success after starring in BBC drama The Luminaries and will soon be seen in a psychological TV thriller, Behind Her Eyes.
But Eve is focused on the work, not the fame. ‘I don’t care about being dead and people still not knowing my name,’ she said. ‘I don’t understand why people care that much.
‘I just grew up loving movies, as cheesy as that sounds. I just want to be in good ones, and not be s*** in good ones. That’s sort of the goal — it’s to not be s***.’ And she says the U2 frontman will let her know if she is or isn’t. ‘People always ask me, “What kind of advice did your dad give you?”’ Eve told Wonderland magazine.
‘It’s more that I just ask him his opinion on many things rather than one specific thing. We’re constantly giving each other advice, to be honest.
‘I like to tell him all of my opinions about his career as well, so it’s a two-way street.’
Read the full interview in Wonderland, out now.
In the Nick of time! Grimmy felt he’s lost out on love
Nick Grimshaw finally found love a day after he quit his Radio 1 brekkie show.
Grimmy, 36, jacked it in two years ago, after six years in the BBC’s early bird slot.
He feared his job was causing love to pass him by before boyfriend Meshach Henry turned up right on time.
‘When we started getting into our 30s, everyone was like, “I’m having a baby; I’m meeting this person and maybe I’ll get married,”’ he admitted.
‘And I remember being like, “Oh my God, I want a boyfriend.”’ Luckily Nick didn’t have to wait too long for his fortunes to change.
He explained: ‘I finished that show on Thursday and, yeah, I met Meshach on Friday. Which is so mad, like literally the next day.’
Grimmy told the This City podcast that he met the 22-year-old dancer at a club on London’s Hackney Road.
He added: ‘I honestly had that feeling, like the fake thing that people say in romcoms, like, “Maybe I know him from somewhere.” Now we’ve been together for two-and-a-half years.’
LaBeouf faces up to troubles
It seems Shia LaBeouf is wearing his heart on his mask as he popped out for a run after being accused of abusing his ex-girlfriend FKA twigs.
The slogan on the Transformers star’s face covering read: ‘Love me like you hate me.’
LaBeouf’s reputation has been left in tatters by the British singer’s lawsuit. Twigs was backed by Sia, who tweeted: ‘I too have been hurt emotionally by Shia, a pathological liar, who conned me into an adulterous relationship.’
LaBeouf, 34, said this week: ‘I have a history of hurting the people closest to me. I’m ashamed of that history and am sorry.’
Feeling low and behold… another sad song from Tay
Taylor Swift’s nights in with lover Joe Alwyn aren’t exactly a barrel of laughs because the couple ‘really love sad songs’.
Tay Tay, 31, has dropped two surprise albums — Folklore and Evermore — during the past five months. Both feature songs written with the help of Brit actor Alwyn, 29, under the pseudonym William Bowery.
‘Joe and I really love sad songs,’ she said. ‘I say it was a surprise that we started writing together, but in a way it wasn’t because we have always bonded over music.’
Taylor also opened up on the controversy surrounding ownership of her first six albums, after talent manager Scooter Braun sold her master recordings to an equity firm for a reputed $300million (about £223million).
She said young artists rarely realise what they are signing up for when agreeing to record deals that give away their master recordings.
Swift told Zane Lowe on his Apple Music show: ‘Artists should never have to part with their work.
‘They should own it from day one, but they should license it back to the label so the label can make back their money over a certain amount of time.’
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