ANCHOR ENGAGEMENT: CNN anchor Don Lemon has announced his engagement to New York real estate agent Tim Malone.
Lemon, who has two dogs with Malone, posted on Instagram photos of customized canine tags that read: "DADDY WILL YOU MARRY PAPA?" on Saturday.
Referring to Malone, the 53-year-old Lemon wrote in the caption: "He gave me a present on his birthday. How could I say no?" Malone confirmed the engagement on his Instagram story, posting: "He said YES!"
Other photos show Lemon and Malone together with friends for Malone's birthday celebration at a New York restaurant Friday.
Page Six and People report the two began dating in 2016. They shared an on-air kiss during CNN's New Year's Eve coverage last year.
Lemon anchors CNN's weeknight news show.
'HOMECOMING': It took just one word for Netflix to send Beyonce fans into a full-on freak out.
The streaming giant on Sunday posted on its social media channels a yellow image with the word "Homecoming" across it. The only other information was a date: April 17.
That's when Netflix is expected to premiere a Beyonce special that may feature her performances at last year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Though Netflix declined to share any more information, the font and color and of the announcement was the same as Beyonce's was for her Coachella appearance.
Beyonce also last year launched a scholarship program dubbed the Homecoming Scholars Award Program.
The singer is known for debuting new work shrouded in secrecy. No details were announced before her 2016 HBO special "Lemonade."
MEGADETH STATE FAIR: Heavy metal band Megadeth will be the opening act at this year's Illinois State Fair.
The group will play Aug. 9 at the Illinois Lottery Grandstand Stage.
Megadeth has sold 38 million albums and received 12 Grammy nominations. The group's 15th studio album, Dystopia, was released in 2016.
Other performers scheduled in the grandstand this summer include Pentatonix, Old Dominion, Snoop Dogg, Shinedown and Reba McEntire.
Concert tickets go on sale April 20 via Ticketmaster and on April 22 at the state fairgrounds in Springfield.
The fair runs from Aug. 8 to 18.
'CORONATION STREET': The long-running British TV soap "Coronation Street" is welcoming its first black family in its 59-year history.
The soap opera is set to introduce the Baileys, a family with two sons. It will explore themes of racism and homophobia in sport, with a story line featuring one of the sons, a soccer player, coming out as gay.
The show has charted the goings-on in the fictional northern England community of Weatherfield since 1960. It has cast individual black characters but not brought in a black family together before.
Producer Iain MacLeod said Saturday he didn't really know why it has taken so long, but it "did feel sort of overdue we did this and represented modern Manchester a bit more accurately."