Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are officially dating and more stories from this week

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly made their relationship official after photos of their soon-to-be ex-husband Brian Austin Green with Courtney Stodden appeared. Courteney Cox went on "Baywatch" for her 56th birthday, with a video of herself in a bikini that ran and then dipped into a pool in slow motion. In a new selfie, Salma Hayek dispensed with makeup or filters, which sparked praise from her followers. Kristen Stewart's casting as Princess Diana in the upcoming film "Spencer" met with mixed feedback on Twitter, as some praised the decision while others absolutely hated it. And Zach Braff and Donald Faison appeared on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" and talked openly about race discussions in the United States.

Megan Fox officially makes romance with Kelly machine gun after ex-Brian Austin Green got out with Courtney Stodden

Courteney Cox celebrates his 56th birthday in a bikini: "Delightfully plunge into next year"

Salma Hayek, 53, delights fans with a make-up-free selfie: "The most beautiful woman on the planet ever"

Kristen Stewart will play Princess Diana and Twitter starts: "I kind of absolutely hate it."

Zach Braff to Whites: Having a black friend doesn't excuse you from national race talks

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