In this week's A-List Insider:
Caitlyn Jenner makes her debut, Kimye announce they are expecting baby number two and Britain's Got Talent is hit with a cheating scandal.
Caitlyn Jenner on Vanity Fair
After 65 years as a man, Bruce Jenner has transitioned into Caitlyn Jenner.
The transgender Olympian revealed her new identity on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine, with a striking image alongside the headline "Call Me Caitlyn".
The cover image, captured by renowned fashion photographer Annie Leibovitz, shows the reality star wearing a cream corseted bodysuit.
Jenner, who is the step-parent of Kim Kardashian, provoked a social media buzz with her story and even launched a Twitter account under the new moniker to celebrate her new life.
US network E! Entertainment is expected to follow Jenner's journey to life as a woman in a new docseries.
Kimye announce baby number two
And it looks like Caitlyn may have stolen some of Kimye's thunder. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have announced they are expecting their second child.
The reality star dropped her pregnancy bombshell in a teaser clip for Keeping Up With The Kardashians on 31 May, telling sister Khloe: "I just got the blood test back and I am pregnant," and of course Khloe could not hold back her excitement. According to TMZ, Kardashian is three months along and North's baby brother or sister is due in December.
Kim has made no secret of her fertility issues and in February she claimed that the couple were so desperate for a second child that they have been having sex up to 500 times as day.
Britain's Got Talent in cheating scandal
And finally Britain's Got Talent was hit by a scandal after it emerged that winning dog dancing act Jules and Matisse used a stunt dog for their final performance.
During an appearance on ITV show Lorraine, the dog trainer admitted Matisse did not walk the tightrope because he is afraid of heights. It turns out it was another pooch called Chase.
But the stand in revelation did not go down well with viewers who insisted they had been deceived and called for Jules O'Dwyer to return the £250,000 prize money.
Producers have since apologised to fans insisting the talent show had not intentionally deceived viewers.
A spokesperson said: "The audience had previously seen from Jules's semi-final routine that she works with a second dog Chase alongside Matisse."