Kanye back home with Kim

Kanye West is back home with Kim Kardashian after undergoing an eight-day psychological evaluation amid reports the two are headed for a breakup. West, 30, was released Wednesday from UCLA Medical Center after suffering from "temporary psychosis" as a result of sleep deprivation and dehydration, says TMZ. He'll require after-care.

Several gossipers say West's breakdown happened during a rough patch in Kimye's 21/2-year marriage. Us Weekly cites Anonymous Sources who say Kim had asked for a break from the relationship.

In Touch Weekly claims she was on the verge of leaving him for good. The glossy mag cites an Anonymous Source who says Kim feels "she's trapped with a madman."

The Gossip Cop site says it's just a storm in a teacup and the two are still together.

Kimye trouble: Show will go on

Meanwhile, folks at E! are battling reports that the Kimye breakup and breakdown drama has forced the channel to stop production on its lucrative reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Kim's show "is currently in production and has not been halted," an E! rep tells Access Hollywood.

Bradley Cooper and Irina expecting

Reports are flooding in that Philly hero Bradley Cooper, 41, is expecting his first child with girlfriend Irina Shayk, 30. The Russian model isn't showing, though she did keep her midriff covered Wednesday when she walked in the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Paris.

Cooper began dating Shayk in April 2015, a month after his two-year involvement with Suki Waterhouse ended. By November, the couple had moved together into a New York flat in the West Village.

'La La Land' leads Critics Choice noms

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone's musical La La Land on Thursday was nominated for a leading 12 Critics Choice Awards, including best picture, best actor, and best actress. Moonlight and Arrival were close behind, with 10 nods each.

As I lay gossiping

J.K. Rowling's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them crossed the $500 million mark in worldwide box office returns Tuesday, Warner Bros. has announced. . . . Spotify says Drake was its most popular artist for a second year in a row, with 4.7 billion streams. Justin Bieber and Rihanna were in second and third place, and Twenty One Pilots and Kanye West rounded out the top five.