Keeping up with all the latest in the world of celebrity is no easy task. There is constant change and scandal these days and being 'in the know' when it comes to the most up-to-date gossip has never been more difficult. 

Luckily for you, we have all the best scoops and we are not afraid to share them.

From celebrity dating to Royal weddings - we have all the info you could possibly want. Thus, without further ado, here are five celebrity stories grabbing the headlines right now...

Michael Phelps and Nicole Johnson welcome second baby

It would be a little bit too easy to make a joke about his swimmers, as star Olympian Michael Phelps welcomes his second child to the world with wife, former Miss California USA Nicole Johnson. 

Beckett Richard Phelps is the name of their new son and he joins Boomer Phelps as their second child. 

Jennifer Aniston rings in 49th birthday with Courtney Cox

Friends stars, Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox, were back in each other's company for the former's 49th birthday recently.

Aniston's manager Aleen Keshishian shared a photo of the star's birthday, with the caption "#happybirthday to my sister from another mother #jenniferaniston love u so much!" 

John Krasinski talks 'US Office' reboot

The US Office was one of our favorite shows from the 00s and Jim Halpert was definitely the most charming character. Thus, recent reports of a reboot have got us pretty darn excited.

However, John Krasinski who plays Jim has poured some cold water on those reports. 

"I did hear that. On the internet," he told Ellen DeGeneres in a recent interview. "Guess who didn't get a call? Me. What does that say? NBC's like, 'You know who we didn't like? Jim.'"

Taylor Swift 'Haters' case dismissed

A judge has ruled that the phrase 'haters, they gonna hate' can't be copyright, so the case against Swift by songwriters Sean Hall and Nathan Butler has been thrown out.

The pair had argued that there was a copyright infringment against a song they wrote which has the lyrics - "playas, they gonna play, and haters, they gonna hate".

The judge ruled: "The allegedly infringed lyrics are short phrases that lack the modicum of originality and creativity required for copyright protection."

We must say, that's a sick burn from the judge! 

Paul Simon last ever tour
Legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon has announced that he will do his last ever tour in the UK and Ireland this summer. 

The 76-year-old will continue to do the odd show in his home country, but he will never be taking to the road again. Thus, if you want to 'Call him Al', then you'll have to travel to the US to do so.