Tupac Shakur’s Mother Afeni Shakur Has Died, Madonna and Rocco’s Reunion and More News

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The 63-year-old former Baywatch star, David Hasselhoff, is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Hayley Roberts, his rep has confirmed to E! News. After five years of dating, the actor asked his leading lady to be his for life. [E! News]

Whoopi Goldberg may be ready to exit The View. The outspoken Oscar winner has informed friends that she’s fed up with ABC’s morning chatfest and wants to bail from the panel, where she has held forth on topics weighty and trivial since 2007. “Whoopi has told those close to her she will exit the show.” [The Wrap]

Rapper Tupac Shakur’s mom Afeni Shakur Davis has died. She was 69. Paramedics responded to calls of cardiac arrest from her home late Monday night. From there, she was transported to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead at 10:28 p.m. [TMZ]

It seems as if Madonna and her son Rocco Ritchie are mending their riff. The musician, who has been separated from Rocco due to a custody battle, told AJ Calloway from Extra, “We’re together.” [Extra]

Nice work if you can get it. Julia Roberts earned $3 million for Mother’s Day for a supporting role that required her to shoot for only four days. That comes out to $750,000 per day. Now if only Mother’s Day would have been a hit. [Fox 411]

Gwen Stefani is the latest celebrity to take part in James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke and things will get B. A. N. A. N. A. S. Here is a sneak peak.

Larry Wilmore is not apologizing for his perceived White House Correspondents’ Dinner disrespect. The Nightly Show host on Monday defended his speech against critics such as Mail Online‘s U.S. editor-at-large Piers Morgan, who claimed that the comedian used the N-word when praising President Barack Obama. [TV Line]