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Expectant fathers, a weight-loss tag team, Gangnam Style says goodbye and tragedy strikes the paparazzi in this week’s Celebrity News.

Proud papa-to-be Kanye West.
Barely able to contain his joy, rapper Kanye West reportedly shouted it from the rooftops when, according to a fan Twitter post, he told the crowd at his Atlantic City concert on Sunday to “Stop the music and make some noise for my baby mama.” The happy father-to-be however, wasn’t about to let a little thing like his girlfriend’s not-quite-yet-divorced status from NBA baller Kris Humphries slow his fertility fest down either. The multiple Grammy-winning rapper dropped the news of his girlfriend of eight months, Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy like he does so many other things – with confident bravado. And the Kardashian clan responded in kind, sharing their happiness and excitement on Twitter. Fans of West, may also look forward to seeing another “K” on the Kardashian canvas, as it has been reported that, West, after months of hesitating, has finally agreed to appear on her reality TV series “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” as well as “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.”

Welcome home Livingston Alves McConaughey.
Actor Matthew McConaughey (“Magic Mike,” “The Lincoln Lawyer”) and his wife, model/designer Camila Alves welcomed their latest addition to the family – a son named Livingston, born three days after Christmas. This is the third child for the couple, who wed in June 2012, and is already parents to Levi, 4, and Vida, 3. McConaughey, who is currently filming “Dallas Buyers Club,” reportedly confirmed the news on Twitter.

Nick Stahl caught red-handed and arrested.
From missing to rehab to missing again, actor Nick Stahl (“Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines,” “Sin City”) reportedly turned up this time in the private booth of a Los Angeles porn shop where he was apparently “touching himself” inappropriately. According to TMZ, Stahl was discovered and promptly arrested by LAPD undercover vice officers who charged him with allegedly committing a “lewd act.” The actor, whose reported erratic behavior and multiple disappearances declared by his estranged wife, Rose Stahl, back in May and June of 2012, reportedly claims the exchange was all a misunderstanding and was later released.

Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth together.
Call it rumor-no-more – they are going steady! Actor Shia LaBeouf and his 19-year-old “Nymphomaniac” co-star, Mia Goth finally went public with their alleged full-fledged romance as they were spotted cozying up together in Los Angeles last week. As we reported a few weeks ago, LaBeouf began discreetly seeing Goth after his two-year relationship with then-girlfriend stylist, Karolyn Pho reportedly fizzled several months prior, perhaps due to the rumored actual sex scenes LeBeouf signed up for in “Nymphomaniac,” which is due out later this May. LaBeouf is currently starring in the prohibition-era crime/drama film Lawless.

Paparazzo-Justin Bieber tragedy.
According to TMZ, Chris Guerra, the paparazzo that was tragically killed while attempting to follow pop singer Justin Bieber’s white Ferrari on Tuesday, was reportedly convinced the singer was behind the wheel and smoking marijuana while driving earlier that day. Guerra was trying to snap photos of the singer after his car, driven by one of Bieber’s friends, reportedly rapper Lil’ Twist, was pulled over by the California Highway Patrol for speeding. Guerra was reportedly told by CHP officers to cross the road and return to his vehicle for his own safety, and when doing so was fatally struck by an oncoming car. While the Los Angeles Police Department is investigating, a longtime friend of Guerra’s reportedly told TMZ that Bieber’s reckless driving and rumored pot use is a hot story and is partly to blame for Guerra’s death. But in laying out blame, singer Miley Cyrus took to Twitter to admonish the paparazzi for an accident that she reportedly felt was inevitable. In a statement, Bieber is said to have expressed his condolences for Guerra’s family and called on lawmakers to intervene to prevent more paparazzo/celebrity-related tragedies from happening.

Bye-Bye Gangnam Style?

No, say it ain’t so! Eager to write a new smash hit, Korean pop-sensation Psy’s last performance of his explosive song “Gangnam Style” may have gone out with 2012 at “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.” The singing star reportedly told MTV that he may retire the song, commenting that “Being in Times Square on New Year’s Eve is already special – it’s the biggest stage in the universe – plus it’s my birthday, so, with all that, it may be the ending of ‘Gangnam Style.” With over a billion views on YouTube “Gangnam Style” has become the most watched music video on the Internet.