In this week's A-List Insider:
Madonna snogs Drake
What happens when you get Drake and Madonna together at Coachella? A full-on snog, off course.
The Material Girl planted a big wet one on the Young Money rapper when she made a guest appearance during his headline gig at the music festival. During the performance of her hit song Express Yourself, Madonna decided to do just that by planting a kiss on the 28-year-old.
The interesting thing was Drake seemed just as shocked as the rest of us. He clearly was not expecting the PDA as the look on his face was priceless.
But the rapper has since rubbished claims he was disgusted by the kiss from the 56-year-old and insisted he was simply caught off guard and was not a fan of her lipstick.
"Don't misinterpret my shock!! I got to make out with the queen Madonna and I feel 100 about that forever! Thank you @madonna." He tweeted.
Nelly drugs bust
While Madonna was busy making out with Drake, Nelly was getting locked up.
The 40-year-old Grammy Award-winner was arrested on felony drugs charges on 11 April in Tennessee after his tour bus he was travelling in was pulled over and searched by police.
Although handguns, crystal meth, marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found, the Hot In Herre hitmaker insists his only mistake was allowing random acquaintances to freeload.
"I feel the need to take responsibility for my choices in needing to be more aware of all the people I associate with and allow on to my property," he told TMZ.
He was released on a $10,000 bond after being taken to Putnam County Jail and is set to appear in court on 19 June.
North West baptised
The religious ceremony took place at the Saint James Cathedral and lasted approximately 30 minutes. The famous family chose an angelic dress code, with little North decked out in a cream dress.
The power couple made the pitstop in Israel after their five-day visit to Armenia, to honour the 100-year anniversary of the Armenian genocide.
The Kardashian family is of Armenian descent and it was Kim's first visit to the country that her ancestors called home before they left for the United States.