Gwyneth Paltrow tied the knot for the second time, but said it felt like the first. Paltrow, 46, this week married Glee and American Horror Story co-creator Brad Falchuk, 47, at a star-studded ceremony in the Hamptons, a day after Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld hosted a rehearsal dinner. The actress and founder of the wellness empire Goop said that since she eloped with Coldplay singer Chris Martin in 2003, marrying Falchuk in a formal wedding made her feel “like a 21-year-old.” In an interview earlier this year, Paltrow diminished that first marriage, which produced two children and ended when the couple “consciously uncoupled.” Falchuk, she said, “demands a certain level of intimacy and communication that I haven’t been held to before,” adding, “For the time, I feel like I’m in an adult relationship.” Just in case, the happy couple signed a prenup.
The oldest son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, Track, was arraigned on domestic battery charges the same day his sister, Willow, 24, was married. Track, 29, was charged last week with assaulting an unnamed “female acquaintance” and resisting arrest with force, his third domestic violence charge in nearly three years. Last year, Sarah Palin called police after Track broke into their home and left his father, Todd Palin, bleeding from the head. Track pleaded guilty to trespassing and avoided assault charges by enrolling in a therapy program. Days after he was arrested for that crime, Willow got engaged. After the wedding in Alaska, Sarah Palin sent out an Instagram photo of the new couple and said the day “couldn’t be more perfect!”
Kanye West continued to trumpet his support for President Trump on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live. West closed the show performing in a red “Make America Great Again” hat, then delivered a pro-Trump rant. With the show’s cast standing stone-faced behind him, the rapper said Democrats had “a plan” to take “fathers out the home and promote welfare.” He said that when he’s asked how he could support a racist like Trump, he replies, “If I was concerned about racism, I would’ve moved out of America a long time ago.” Trump later tweeted, “Word is that Kanye West, who put on a MAGA hat after the show (despite being told ‘no’), was great. He’s leading the charge!”