CAROLINE BITTENCOURT DIES TRYING TO SAVE HER DOGS: Brazilian model Caroline Bittencourt, 37, has died after trying to save her dogs from drowning at a Sao Paulo beach, according to reports. She jumped off a catamaran to attempt to rescue her dogs, who had fallen off a boat. Her husband Jorge Sestini jumped into the ocean to attempt to rescue her. He was rescued. “We are grateful for the support and affectionate messages we have received from Carol’s friends and fans,” Bittencourt's daughter, Isabelle Bittencourt, shared on Instagram. “This energy drive fills our hearts with so much love.”
KYLIE JENNER WANTS ANOTHER BABY: Just in case you were wondering, Kylie Jenner is ready to have another baby with Travis Scott. In an birthday Instagram post (Scott turned 28 Tuesday), she wrote alongside a collage of photos: “Watching you evolve into the partner, friend, son, and father you are today has been so fulfilling. My real life bestie & hubby all wrapped into one. i love you and I'm so so proud of you. Happy happy birthday.” She added, “Let's f–k around and have another baby.” The pair share Stormi, 1.
ROBERT DOWNEY JR. MAKES HOW MUCH? The Hollywood Reporter is drawing back the curtain on salary negotiations between Robert Downey Jr. and the powers that be behind Avengers: Infinity War. Downey Jr., consisdered the face of the franchise, has negotiated a unique arrangement with studio chief Kevin Feige. Basically, he has snagged backend, meaning he’ll earn $75 million on Infinity War alone.
LISA RINNA STRIKES A POSE WITH DAUGHTERS: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna is striking a pose with her model daughters Delilah Belle Hamlin, 20, and Amelia Gray Hamlin, 17, and her mother, Lois Rinna, 90, for luxury vintage retailer What Comes Around Goes Around’s new Mother’s Day campaign. Do you like multigenerational campaigns?
LILY COLLINS MET WITH TED BUNDY’S EX TO PREP FOR ROLE: The Ted Bundy film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is landing on Netflix Friday. Lily Collins, who plays Bundy’s girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, says she met her IRL to prep for the performance. She told the U.K.’s This Morning: “I went and met the woman that I play. It was really helpful. She was so gracious, giving me material to look at and speaking to me.” Collins continues: “I don’t know if she’s going to see the movie because it’s difficult, but within the filming process, she came on set and she was a positive light on-set,” she said. “You wouldn’t expect that with what happened. She gave us her support. She’s really lovely.”