MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY is finally going to make an honest woman of his two-time babymama, Camila Alves.
"Access Hollywood" reported that Matthew, who starred in local filmmaker Brad Furman's thriller, "The Lincoln Lawyer," popped the question to Camila on Christmas Day.
He said on his WhoSay account, "just asked camila to marry me, merry Christmas."
She reportedly said "yes."
The pair, who have been dating since 2006, have two children together – son Levi, 3, and daughter Vida, 1.
People magazine reports that Hugh Hefner and his ex-fiancee Crystal Harris are fighting over custody of their Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Charlie.
Hef says he should get the dog.
"We both love the puppy," he told People. "I told her if she wants to keep the ring and the Bentley, then maybe I can keep the puppy. I [hope] we will work it out."
"The puppy's valuable, but not $100,000 worth," Hef added.
As if Hef and Crystal could put a price on love.
Food for thought
Demi Lovato has lashed out at the corporate parent that feeds her, tweeting angrily about a joke on eating disorders on the Disney Channel's show "Shake It Up."
Demi, you may recall, entered rehab last year for bulimia and bipolar disorder.
According to Us Weekly, she was upset with a character who quipped, "I could just eat you up, well if I ate."
"I find it really funny how a company can lose one of their actress' from the pressures of an EATING DISORDER and yet still make joke about that very disease. #nice," she tweeted.
She added: "And is it just me or are the actress' [on Disney Channel] getting THINNER AND THINNER . . . I miss the days of RAVEN, and LIZZIE MCGUIRE."
Who doesn't. That was the golden age of television.
And her final message? "Dear Disney Channel, EATING DISORDERS ARE NOT SOMETHING TO JOKE ABOUT."
Soon thereafter, Disney Channel's PR arm tweeted back that the company was pulling the episode of "Shake It Up" as well as an episode of "So Random!"
* Hey, baby, you talkin' to me?
Robert De Niro, at the age of 68, is a father again.
His spokesman, Stan Rosenfield, said De Niro and his wife, Grace Hightower, 56, welcomed a healthy 7-pound, 2-ounce girl named Helen Grace Hightower through a surrogate mother.
She is the couple's second child. Their son, Elliot, is 13.
De Niro has four other children from previous relationships. According to London's Daily Mail, his 16-year-old twin sons, Julian and Aaron, with ex-girlfriend Toukie Smith, were also born via surrogate.
* It has taken long enough, but Mel Gibson and his wife, Robyn, finally got officially divorced on Friday.
Talk about a big present for the fourth night of Hanukkah.
The judgment entered by Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas keeps virtually all details of the pair's split confidential, but it's safe to say that Robyn is now among the 1 percent, rumored to be receiving half of Mel's $850 million fortune.
The former couple have seven children together, but only their 12-year-old son is a minor and subject to a custody agreement.
* In honor of the 65th anniversary of "It's A Wonderful Life," the Los Angeles City Council declared Friday "It's A Wonderful Life Day."
Remember, kids, every time a bell rings, an angel gets its wings.
And this year, that Angel is Albert Pujols.
- Daily News wire services
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