Scoop: ‘Wonder Woman’ star Gal Gadot pregnant with baby No. 2

Gal Gadot

Gal Gadot, who’s set to grace the movie screens as Wonder Woman next year, announced on Instagram that she’s expecting a second baby with her husband Yaron Versano, according to E! News.

“So excited to share this wonder with you… #mommyforthesecondtime,” she posted on the social media site with a black and white picture of her and Versano holding her growing baby bump.

So excited to share this wonder with you… #mommyforthesecondtime ✨???✨

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Gadot’s first daughter, Alma, was born in 2011.

In March, Gadot went on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and talked about how proud she was to play the super hero as a role model for Alma.

“That made me feel really good,” Gadot said.

Solange on ‘SNL’

Solange Knowles had some pretty powerful backup while making her “Saturday Night Live” live performance debut, according to E! News.

Beyonce, Jay-Z and Tina Knowles-Lawson all turned out in support. Talk about a family affair!

Knowles wowed the audience with renditions of “Cranes In the Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair.”

On Tina’s Instagram account, a video was posted of Tina and Beyonce lifting Solange off the ground as she says “I’m 30 years old!”

“She’s still our baby We have Been picking her up like this since she was 10 yrs old. On the legendary SNL stage,” Tina captioned the post.

Canada wins Europe

That’s some good music, eh?

Our neighbors to the north crushed the competition at the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards on Sunday, according to Billboard.

Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes, Drake and The Weeknd all had big wins.

Mendes, who won best male, dedicated his win to his fans.

“You guys are outstanding,” he said.

Bieber won for having the biggest fans, best Canadian act and for his song “Sorry.”

Drake, who was not at the ceremony, won for best hip hop, while The Weeknd won for best video for “Starboy.”

Beyonce, who led nominations along with Bieber did not win any award out of her five categories.

Lady Gaga, who also did not make the ceremony, was another big winner, taking home trophies for best female and best look.

The trophies this year were purple in honor of Prince, who died earlier this year.

Happy Birthday

Singer Lorde is 20. … Rapper Tinie Tempah is 28. … Actor Adam DeVine (”Modern Family”) is 33. … Actress Yunjin Kim (”Lost”) is 43. … Actor Jeremy London (”Party of Five”) is 44. … Actor Christopher Knight (”The Brady Bunch”) is 59. … Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell is 73. … Actor Barry Newman is 78.

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