Aug. 19 - The latest celebrity news including Prince William gives first interview since becoming a father and Beyonce talks about the importance of World Humanitarian Day. Roselle Chen reports.
In his first interview since becoming a father, Prince William spoke to news network CNN of the emotional experiences he's had in the past few weeks since his baby Prince George was born on July 23. Prince William told CNN that he doesn't necessarily enjoy being so much in the media spotlight, but understands the world wanted to see the new royal baby. Beyonce called for more strength from the world in an interview with 10-year-old Robby Novak, nicknamed Kid President, on World Humanitarian Day. The United Nations unveiled a social media campaign on Monday (August 19) to remember aid workers who have died while in the field and to promote humanitarian aid. Weeks after finishing her sixth trip to rehab, actress Lindsay Lohan said that she was an addict and realized she needed "to shut up and listen" because her approach to dealing with personal problems had not worked. She told Oprah in an interview on the Oprah Winfrey Network on Sunday (August 18) that she was her "own worst enemy." Lady Gaga will open the MTV Video Music Awards with her new track, "Applause," on Sunday (August 25). The single had leaked a week before its official release date and is off her latest album "ARTPOP," due out in November. Four of Chris Brown's concerts in Canada have been canceled this summer because he's been undergoing personal and health-related issues, according to his promoter. The R&B singer had his probation reinstated on Friday (August 16) for assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. He must complete 1,000 hours of community labor by next August.