This week's A-list Insider: Serena Williams announces she's pregnant with her first child, Nicki Minaj is slammed for keeping Westminster Bridge footage in her music video and One Direction's Harry Styles is accused of ripping off a 1970s band.
Serena Williams pregnant
Tennis champ Serena Williams is set to become a mother. The 23-time grand slam champion, who is engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, announced the news via Snapchat with a photograph of her wearing a yellow swimsuit captioned: '20 weeks'.
Williams has not appeared on court since beating her sister Venus in the Australian Open. In March, she pulled out of Indian Wells and the Miami Open, citing a knee injury.
The 35-year-old athlete's pregnancy announcement means she will miss the rest of the tennis season, and casts some doubt on whether she will ever return to sport.
If you do the maths, it means that she was with child when she won the Australian Open. And you wonder why she is considered the greatest woman to ever play the game.
Harry Styles faces wrath of Badfinger fans
Over in the world of music, Harry Styles is in hot water with fans of 1970s rock band Badfinger after debuting his new single Ever Since New York.
According to eagle-eared fans, the song features a near identical guitar riff to the one used on the track, Baby Blue. You know that song that plays in the final scene of Breaking Bad? Yes, that one.
One person asked: "So did Harry Styles get permission from Badfinger to use the Baby Blue riff for that song?"
Baby Blue was written by the bands late frontman Pete Ham and peaked at number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart following its release.
Although the Harry has yet to comment, the controversy is quickly overshadowing his solo success. His first debut single, Sign Of The Times, ended Ed Sheeran's 13-week reign at the top of the charts.
Outrage over Nicki Minaj's No Frauds video
And finally, Nicki Minaj has been criticised for using footage from Westminster Bridge, the scene of the recent London terror attack in her music video, No Frauds.
The Young Money star had filmed the scenes for her new track just a day before the atrocity which left four people dead and 50 injured. It was reported that the Super Bass rapper planned to remove the clips and reshoot the video to avoid insensitivity to the incident but when the Benny Boom-directed visuals premiered on 19 April, it featured scenes of Minaj walking along the bridge.
Fans of the hip-hop star were not pleased with the final edit with some saying the inclusion of the shots were inappropriate.
One viewer deemed it "too soon".