A morning mix of entertainment headlines . . .

Snooki and Jionni LaValle, proud parents. (Christopher Polk/GETTY IMAGES)

In case you missed the big news, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and fiance Jionni LaValle welcomed a baby boy into the world in the wee hours of Sunday morning. The child’s name is very Italian and normal: Lorenzo Dominic LaValle. Contrary to previous theories, the arrival of Snooki’s offspring did not immediately bring on the apocalypse. Indeed, little Lorenzo arrived at a weight of 6 pounds, 5 ounces without the accompaniment of four horsemen. And, per the tweet below, Snooki is clearly very proud of her little boy. Maybe, dare we say it, she might wind up being a good mom? (Associated Press)

Being a mom is an amazing feeling!!! I love my little man to death! Jionni is such a cute dad. @jlavalle

— NiC0LE P0LiZZi (@snooki) August 26, 2012

Snooki’s various “Jersey Shore” co-stars tweeted their congratulations to their Mama Meatball. That’s right, they all have family values. (The Hollywood Gossip)

Prince Harry has reportedly shut down the Facebook page he maintained under the pseudonym Spike Wells. According to the Daily Mail, this was due to concern that some photos of the Prince partying on Richard Branson’s private island had been posted to the social networking site. Two of Prince Harry’s friends closed their accounts, too, according to the British tabloid. (Daily Mail)

Oh, we see how it is. John Mayer and Katy Perry call it quits, then Mayer ditches his omnipresent hat, gets a cute haircut and starts being all whispery in Mindy Kaling’s ear. Proceed with caution, Kelly Kapoor. (People)

Emma Stone was pulled over for speeding in Malibu on Saturday, a few days after Andrew Garfield was ticketed for the same offense. They really do everything together, don’t they? (E! Online)

Amanda Bynes’s recent alleged hit-and-run is reportedly prompting police to re-examine her previous alleged hit-and-run. (TMZ)

The Expendables 2” held on to the top box-office spot over the weekend. Also, the conservative documentary “2016: Obama’s America” managed to outperform most of the weekend’s new releases, landing in eighth place. (AP)

The Wachowskis, a.k.a. the filmmaking team that gave birth to “The Matrix,” are reportedly being considered to direct an adaptation of “Justice League.” (Vulture)

What’s the best way to celebrate back-to-school? Watching Flight of the Conchords receive musical advice from adorable children, then perform a song they recorded for the New Zealand charity Cure Kids. (Buzzfeed)