Celeb in 5: Friday's best entertainment and gossip news.

1. Osher Gunsberg just resigned from his job… live on radio.

Image: Channel 10.

Guys, don't panic. Osher Gunsberg and his hair are not quitting their hosting duties with The Bachelor franchise.

In fact, it's his unwavering dedication to handing out date cards and stating the obvious that's led him to call it a day on his Brisbane Hit105 breakfast radio show, Stav, Abby and Matt with Osher.

Clearly accustomed to the Channel Ten world of grand, overstated gestures, the 43-year-old surprised his radio co-hosts by announcing he's leaving them through song on Friday morning's episode. It was... interesting.


“It’s been the most wonderful two years of my life, but now we’ve got a new Bachelor show — Bachelor in Paradise — and between Bachelor and Bachelorette, I’m really not able to see these two wonderful women in my life [wife Audrey and stepdaughter Gigi],” Gunsberg said.

Although we're sure Brisbane listeners will mourn his departure accordingly, this announcement is great news for us as it further cements that The Bachelor In Paradise is 100 per cent real.

Get keen people.

2. Khloe Kardashian might have just shared a photo of her baby bump. The operative words being 'might have'.

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Excuse us but if your hand is on your waist, slung across your belly, then we have some news.

Congratulations! You're pregnant. 

After all, Khloe Kardashian has finally addressed rumours she is pregnant by doing just that: throwing her hand across her belly.

News outlets are falling over themselves reporting the news of the arm throw.

Khloe Kardashian poses in sexy new images for Good American - and fans are convinced the provocative pictures reveal her BABY BUMP

"I see a little baby bump": Khloe Kardashian's fans are convinced this picture confirms she's pregnant with her first child

The symbolism is blinding, obviously. Arm thrown over stomach = hiding something = pregnant.

We can't believe you didn't get there earlier.


3. Sorry, kids. Mum Mila Kunis and Dad Ashton Kutcher won't be giving you any presents this Christmas.

Image: Getty.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have decided that three-year-old daughter Wyatt and one-year-old son Dimitri won't be the beneficiaries of any grand Christmas presents this year. Boo.

The pair are committed to raising their kids as people who won't be assholes. Nice.

"We’re not going to raise a—holes. There are enough a—holes in the world,” she said.

“We’ve told our parents, ‘We’re begging you—if you have to give her something, pick one gift. Otherwise, we’d like to take a charitable donation to the children’s hospital or a pet [or] whatever you want,’” Kunis added.

That is actually quite... refreshing, no?

4. People think this is Roxy Jacenko's second wedding dress. (They're wrong... but still.)

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Very important Roxy Jacenko news: everyone thinks she just posted a photo of her wedding gown for her second wedding… but, um, she didn’t.

Posting a photo to Instagram on Thursday to her casual 196k followers, the PR maven was seen in a lavish dress, prompting followers to ask if it was going to be the dress she would renew her vows in.

The Daily Mail was quick to say “Here comes the bride! PR queen Roxy Jacenko stuns in exquisite floral applique wedding gown... after announcing 'second engagement.'”

Cos, you know, brides always post photos of their dresses to social media before the big day.

Mamamia understands Jacenko doesn't actually have plans for a second wedding. Instead, this was simply some photos for a PR campaign that she says made for a "very funny" afternoon.

And some very funny subsequent coverage, indeed.

5. You haven't experienced true pain until you've seen Bill Shorten rap.

Hello! Welcome! We've made it to Armageddon and what a world it is.

Bill Shorten, Mr Straighty-180 and the Leader of The Opposition, has gone to hell with the conservative political image he has crafted himself and instead find his calling in rap.

Not bubble. Of the musical variety.

Mr Shorten joined radio duo Fitzy and Wippa for a rap battle against right-wing Sydney shock jock Ray Hadley to the tune of 50 Cent’s In Da Club this morning.

“I’m Bill Shorten, I’m head of my pack — the Sydney Swans gave Fitzy the sack,” he starts.

“Wippa’s not bad, but just a waste of my time. You boys will be crying by the end of my rhyme.

“Each day I listen to you fellas whinge and whine — I’d rather go to Question Time with Christopher Pyne.”

And, well, it goes on and then he dabs. But it's Friday. So we will spare your pain.