GossipCenter's Weekly Wrap Up: February 3-9
It was a week of celebration, goodbyes and shocking announcements for celebrities. Check out what caught our attention this week here at GossipCenter below.
Selena Gomez Completed Two Weeks of Rehab in January: Shocking her legion of fans, Selena Gomez was admitted to the Dawn at the Meadows rehabilitation facility in Arizona on January 5th. Reports initially speculated that the former Disney star was being treated for problems including alcohol, pot and prescription Ambien. However, the Gomez's rep told reporters “Selena voluntarily spent time at Meadows but not for substance abuse.”
Family and Friends Say Farewell to Philip Seymour Hoffman: Gathering together to say their farewells to an entertainment industry powerhouse, friends and family attended the funeral of Philip Seymour Hoffman. The late actor's partner and their children were joined at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola on Park Avenue by a number of celebs, including Michelle Williams and Amy Adams.
Gwen Stefani has a Star Studded Baby Shower: With a new little one on the way, Gwen Stefani celebrated the occasion with a blue and white themed party at Hotel Bel-Air. The "No Doubt" singer's guest list included pals such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Alba.
Jimmy Fallon Exits "Late Night": After almost five years on the air, Jimmy Fallon said goodbye to his gig as host of "Late Night." Taking a moment to reflect, the host, who will be moving to "The Tonight Show" on the 10th, shared, "Yep, tonight is the 969th and final episode of 'Late Night.' Or as my dad put it, 'Couldn't make it to a thousand, huh? Quitter.'"
Stars Help Jay Leno Celebrate Final Show: Hitting the stage one last time, Jay Leno bid a final, tearful goodbye to "The Tonight Show." Signing off for the last time, an emotional Leno told the crowd, "I want to thank you—the audience. You folks have been just incredibly loyal and... this is tricky...we wouldn't be on the air without you people. Secondly, this has been the greatest 22 years of my life. I am the luckiest guy in the world. I got to meet presidents and astronauts and movie stars. It's just been incredible."