Madonna's 16-year-old daughter, Lourdes Leon, is dating "Homeland" star Timothee Chalamet, who played the vice president's son Finn Walden on the Showtime series, according to the New York Post.
The kids met at La Guardia High School of Music & Art & Performing Arts on the Upper West Side, where Timothee is in the class of 2013. Lourdes, who is reportedly studying drama (she doesn't get enough of that at home?), graduates next year from the school, which was the inspiration for the 1980 film "Fame."
If you know have that song in your head, you're not alone.
A source told the Post, "It's common knowledge at the school that the pair are dating." A spokeswoman for Madonna declined comment and Reps for Timothee didn't get back to the paper.
So, it's happening then.
New York Magazine recently featured Lourdes and Timothee, along with other students at the school, in its "Reasons To Love New York" issue, under, "Because La Guardia High School Is Still Churning Out Talent."
Yeah ... did Justin Bieber go there? If it's such a talented school, how come Justin Bieber didn't go there?
Timothee also appeared in USA Network's "Royal Pains," but is best known for playing Finn Walden, who accidentally kills a pedestrian during a joy ride around Washington, D.C., on "Homeland."
Lourdes is Madonna's daughter with actor and personal trainer Carlos Leon.
The Post said Leon, who starred in the 2011 movie "Immigration Tango," is a protective dad. He told People at the time of the film's release, "I got the best thing out of that relationship, and that's my daughter. My daughter is everything to me."
Lourdes, then 14, wasn't dating yet, but he said he knew it was coming: "I'm dreading it . . . because she's my little girl. I want her to stay young forever. I'm already overprotective, so when the time comes, I will be ready to have a talk with the guy she brings through the door. He better be ready, because I'll give him the rundown!"
I think the boys will be way more afraid of her mother.
NORWAY SCHOOL FEAR JUSTIN BIEBER: Justin Bieber has taken the children of Norway hostage.
Five schools located within 230 miles of Bieber's April 16 and 17 shows in Oslo, Norway, have pushed back midterm exams until after those concerts because they realize they have no power over the minds of 14-year-old girls when compared to the 105-pound, hypnotic Canadian juggernaut that is Justin Bieber.
Kristin Halvorsen, Norway's education minister, agreed with school officials who said it's wiser not to compete with the mighty Bieber for the attention of their children, according to the Associated Press.
Halvorsen said in an email to the AP: "The local schools have the responsibility to schedule the local midterms, and if they think there is any reason to change the dates, they have authority to do so ... . We've all been 14 years old and know that interests can be intense."
The head of one school said it's also better to schedule exams at a time when students are more likely to be in their seats. Roar Aasen, headmaster at Blindheim secondary school, told Agence France-Presse, "We considered that this was a battle that we could not win."
What a wonderful precedent to set.
Aasen's school made its decision months ago when he learned how many of his students had already purchased tickets to see Bieber. Child welfare agencies, the Red Cross and police have reportedly been inundated with alerts about teens threatening suicide or other self harm if they don't obtain tickets.
Perhaps it's time for world leaders to implement a top secret Bieber Scenario before it's too late.
In May 2012, Bieber gave a free concert on the Oslo opera house's roof as fans fought for prime position. As described by Aftenposten, a Norwegian newspaper, the mob filled streets, closed bridges and injured 88 people.
This year, buses are scheduled from 22 cities to try to prevent a transportation nightmare as thousands flood into Oslo for the Bieber.
AN AMANDA BYNES CLONE WALKS AMONG US: Amanda Bynes says there's a fake Amanda Bynes walking around New York City
There was some Internet scuttlebutt recently about someone who looked a lot like Bynes walking around with red hair. Because reading about people we've never met doing strange things and changing their hair color is more exciting than working.
According to TMZ, the 27-year-old actress got on Twitter to insist the pictures of a woman looking a lot like Bynes with red hair were not of her. Yet those tweets have since, mysteriously, been deleted.
Maybe the Amanda Bynes who tweeted that the photo wasn't Amanda Bynes wasn't Amanda Bynes either.
Now my head hurts.
"My hair is blonde I've never been a redhead! Somebody keeps posing as me! Check my photos on twitter for up to date pictures!" she wrote late Tuesday night.
In a follow-up tweet, she singled out the outfit and accessories seen the photos.
"Fake or real microdermals same glasses! I don't own those clothes and I'm blonde! Ha-ha!" she added.
No word on whether the written Twitter laughter was maniacal or not.
TMZ pointed out the person in the pictures did look an awful lot like Bynes, down to the cheek piercing, the manicured nails, rings and gait.
This is where we would make a joke about Amanda Bynes having split personalities, if it wasn't so plausible.
Earlier this week, Bynes didn't show up for court hearing on changes she was driving on a suspended license. Her lawyer has supposedly reached a plea deal, but Bynes hasn't delivered the paperwork. No word on exactly which Bynes is supposed to do that.
JEREMY IRONS SOUNDS AFRAID OF GAY MARRIAGE: Jeremy Irons wonders if same-sex marriage might open the door same-sex marriage within families.
"Could a father not marry his son?" Irons asked HuffPost Live host Josh Zepps. Irons argued that "it's not incest between men" because "incest is there to protect us from inbreeding, but men don't breed," and wondered whether same-sex marriage might allow fathers to pass on their estates to their sons without being taxed.
There could very well be a Donald Trump joke in there somewhere.
"It seems to me that now they're fighting for the name," Irons said of advocates for same-sex marriage as opposed to civil unions. "I worry that it means somehow we debase, or we change, what marriage is. I just worry about that."
Really? Does he, you know, stay up at night, worrying about that?
Irons said he "(doesn't) have a strong feeling either way" on same-sex marriage, and he "(wishes) everybody who's living with one other person the best of luck in the world, because it's fantastic."
"Living with another animal, whether it be a husband or a dog, is great," he said. "It's lovely to have someone to love. I don't think sex matters at all. What it's called doesn't matter at all."
Irons also ripped New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg over the proposed restrictions on soda, describing himself as a "complete libertarian" and likening Bloomberg's policies to a "nanny state."
APRIL 5 IN HISTORY
Friday is April 5, the 95th day of 2013. There are 270 days left in the year.
1614: Pocahontas, daughter of the leader of the Powhatan tribe, married English colonist John Rolfe in Virginia. (A convert to Christianity, she went by the name Lady Rebecca.)
1621: The Mayflower sailed from Plymouth Colony in present-day Massachusetts on a monthlong return trip to England.
1792: President George Washington cast his first veto, rejecting a congressional measure for apportioning representatives among the states.
1862: During the Civil War, the monthlong Siege of Yorktown began in Virginia.
1887: In Tuscumbia, Ala., Anne Sullivan achieved a breakthrough as her blind and deaf pupil, Helen Keller, learned the meaning of the word "water" as spelled out in the Manual Alphabet.
1895: Oscar Wilde lost his criminal libel case against the Marquess of Queensberry, who'd accused the writer of homosexual practices.
1933: President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order creating the Civilian Conservation Corps and an anti-hoarding order that effectively prohibited private ownership of gold. In 1951, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were sentenced to death following their conviction in New York on charges of conspiring to commit espionage for the Soviet Union.
1964: Army General Douglas MacArthur died in Washington at age 84.
1976: Reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes died in Houston at age 70.
1986: Two American servicemen and a Turkish woman were killed in the bombing of a West Berlin discotheque, an incident which prompted a U.S. air raid on Libya more than a week later.
1987: Fox Broadcasting Co. made its prime-time TV debut by airing a total of three times the premiere episode of "Married... with Children" followed by "The Tracey Ullman Show."
1988: A 15-day hijacking ordeal began as gunmen forced a Kuwait Airways jumbo jet to land in Iran.
2003: U.S. officials declared a near chokehold on the Iraqi capital Baghdad even while warning that many other parts of Iraq were not yet under allied control. A prison riot in northern Honduras left 69 inmates dead and dozens injured.
2008: Actor Charlton Heston, big-screen hero and later leader of the National Rifle Association, died in Beverly Hills, Calif., at age 84.
2012: President Barack Obama signed bipartisan jobs legislation intended to help small businesses and make it easier for startups to raise capital.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell (76), actress Jane Asher (67), singer Agnetha Faltskog (ABBA) (63), actor Mitch Pileggi (61), singer-songwriter Peter Case (59), musician Mike McCready (Pearl Jam) (47), singer Paula Cole (45), rapper-producer Pharrell Williams (40).