1 Taylor Swift has remained super low-key for the most of 2017, having not done any public appearances since February. But over the Mother's Day weekend, Tay Tay was spotted visiting her mom in Nashville. The pop superstar, who stayed only for the weekend, was photographed boarding a private jet and entering her mom's house. Hope you enjoyed your short trip, Tay! (Just Jared)
2 A huge congratulations to Max Collins and Pancho Magno, who are now engaged! The Kapuso couple, who have been together for almost four years, made the big reveal on Instagram by both posting photos of Max and her sparkling diamond ring. (PEP.ph)
3 Lee Min Ho officially said goodbye to the public eye on May 19, when he formally enlisted for his two-year mandatory military service. But before leaving, the Korean superstar granted an interview with Star 1 magazine and promised his fans that he will be back better than ever: "I feel all the fans' sadness and their support. I'd like to come back healthy and heal them again with a great project." (ABS-CBN)
4 Zac Efron is taking a dramatic turn with his career in his latest movie project. The former Disney teen star was just cast as the infamous serial killer Ted Bundy, whose abuses occurred through the 70s. Ted was described "as attractive and charming, characteristics that factored into him committing at least 30 confessed homicides across seven states up until his capture in 1978. (The actual victim total remains unknown.)" (E Online)
5 Anne Hathaway stars in the newest sci-fi rom-com Colossal! The movie tells the story of Gloria (Anne), an out-of-work girl who, after getting kicked out of her apartment by her boyfriend, is forced to leave her life in New York and move back to her hometown. When news reports surface that a giant creature is destroying Seoul, South Korea, Gloria gradually comes to the realization that she is somehow connected to this far-off phenomenon. As events begin to spin out of control, Gloria must determine why her seemingly insignificant existence has such a colossal effect on the fate of the world.
Colossal also stars Jason Sudeikis and Dan Stevens and opens in cinemas on May 17, 2017.