Former Heroes star Ali Larter appeared on last night’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and in case you haven’t read the gossip rags lately: She’s pregnant! But the big — and I mean, earth shattering! — news out of her interview last night wasn’t that she is packing but rather what (as in boy or girl!) she’s packing: “I was trying to keep it private,” she said, after Jimmy offered her choose from picking a blue or pink onesie emblazoned with the Late Night logo, “but we’re having a boy!” Then she continued, and this description of the situation is much more my speed: “I have a little penis inside of me,” Larter clarified. Wait, isn’t that how she got into this mess in the first place? Hmmm, I think that’s how it works. Jimmy hilariously added after: “That’s what she said.” Watch the video of the cute reveal: READ FULL STORY
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As if we needed another reason to see Piranha 3D, Jerry O’Connell dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to tease his full-frontal scene. “There may be some issues with the piranha and my member, maybe,” he said, before asking us to remember that the scene was filmed on a river in Arizona in which the icy cold Colorado River rushes. O’Connell stars as a soft-core pornography mogul who videotapes girls on Spring Break. (Brilliant, assuming it doesn’t get him sued by Girls Gone Wild creator Joe Francis.) Piranha 3D co-writer Pete Goldfinger went further explaining the scene to EW’s Clark Collis: “There’s a bit where Jerry O’Connell’s penis, after it is bitten off, is slowly moving towards you. I just wanted to tell you that when you see the movie, that WILL be in 3D. If you thought that a little bit of Jerry O’Connnell’s penis is a good thing, but a lot is a bad thing, you might not like it.” Watch that Kimmel clip below along with the first part of O’Connell’s interview, during which he made me wish I could watch an hour-long special on his parenting skills. He acted out the way his nearly two-year-old twin girls with wife Rebecca Romijn stage sit-ins at crosswalks, openly admitted “my children are rather slow, actually” (they eat pebbles), and explained that as a joke, he picked up one of his screaming children at 4 a.m. like, “You have to stop this,” and sat her outside the front door and closed it. (His wife and mother-in-law were not amused, but we were). READ FULL STORY
a saucy retort she gave to People.com last night. For those of you blissfully unaware of the O’Reilly-Aniston smackdown, it played out a little something like this: While promoting her upcoming film, The Switch, about a single woman who conceives a child through artificial insemination, Aniston commented that “Women are realizing more and more that you don’t have to settle, they don’t have to fiddle with a man to have that child.” On Tuesday, the Fox News host went on the offensive (watch video here), accusing Aniston of “throwing a message out to 12-year-olds and 13-year-olds that, ‘Hey! You don’t need a guy, you don’t need a dad. Daaaaad? Aggghhhh, you know! [Makes dismissive wave of the hand.] That’s destructive to our society!” O’Reilly then went on to speak of a hypothetical child that Aniston does not have: “Aniston can hire a battery of people to help her, but she cannot hire a dad, okay?”There may not be an official scorekeeper in the public war of words between Bill O’Reilly and Jennifer Aniston, but the Friends star appears to be getting the last laugh, thanks to
Aniston, for her part, responded to the no-spin-zone O’Reilly Factor attack by issuing an exclusive (and pretty damn funny) statement to People.com: READ FULL STORY
Bethenny Frankel, star of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York City, gave birth to a healthy baby girl, Bryn Hoppy, at 8 a.m. today in New York City, People.com reports. The child, who arrived a month early and weighed 4 lbs. 12 oz., is Frankel’s first; the father is Frankel’s husband, Jason Hoppy. No word yet on whether Baby Bryn is on Team Alex or Team Jill. [Related: 'The Real Housewives of New York' recap: Alex vs. Jill!]
tweeted the news: “Thanks for the congrats on my fetus!”) Who else is imagining the couple eating Tic-Tacs and strumming “Anyone Else But You” on a guitar while they wait for their little Homeskillet to arrive?We have a feeling Diablo Cody will be craving plenty of SunnyD: A rep for the Academy Award-winning Juno scribe — and former EW columnist — has confirmed that Cody is pregnant with her first child with her husband, who is not Michael Cera, even if this picture suggests it. (She also
Honest to blog, we’re happy for Cody. So let’s dream up some Juno-esque names for the little one. MacGruff? Thundercat? Morgan Freeman?
the news that stars and spouses Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney are expecting their first child in August. But now comes the tough question: Should Olson’s pregnancy be written into the show?I think all fans of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia let out a collective “Ahhh” when they read
A rep for FX tells us the cast will start filming the sixth season on April 16, and with scripts still being penned, no decision has yet been made. What do you think?
It’s a shame they’ve already done the Sweet Dee tries selling her womb as a surrogate storyline, or they could have gone that route. That would’ve let them show us the joys of pregnancy and labor (can you imagine?!) without the baby actually having to stick around. It would feel kind of cheap to revisit that concept with her trying to convince a gay couple to pay her to swim in their pool and drink all day, right? I suppose Dee could get pregnant and give the child up for adoption, but that feels a bit too real for this show. So then we have to ask ourselves if we want the kid to stay in the picture? Envisioning Charlie trying to read to it in the bar does make me smile. Dennis could use it to pick up chicks (nothing sexier than a hot guy holding a baby). Mac could try to turn it into a little moneymaker like he and Dee did D.B. (a.k.a. Dumpster Baby). Frank, well, Dee shouldn’t let him near the child considering how she and Dennis turned out, but he could be a babysitter in a pinch. If they go for it, I’m sure it will be appropriately genius and twisted, and we’ll all promise not to ask where the baby is when we haven’t seen it for weeks. (The dad could be fun to cast…) But I’m feeling now might not be the right time. My money is on them playing Olson’s changing figure as a weight gain. She could fake a pregnancy to try trapping a man (à la Glee!). You know she’d do it.
I’m not usually gaga for celebrity baby news but I’m officially excited that James McAvoy and Anne-Marie Duff are expecting their first baby. CUTEST. PARENTS. EVER.
First of all, I think they are amazingly talented actors. And I met them once in person and they were 1,000 percent adorable together (even though, yes, it’s hard sometimes not to wish “Crackavoy” was single). I first watched them in Shameless, the British TV series in which they played Steve and Fiona, a charming car thief and the daughter of an alcoholic trying to raise her brothers and sisters. (See clips here.) Sounds like grim stuff but this show is hilarious, and their chemistry together was truly stunning. No wonder they got married after meeting on the show!
What on-screen pair has so much chemistry on screen that you knew they had to be a real couple? Brad and Ange in Mr. and Mrs. Smith?
Apparently, Matthew McConaughey seems to have quite the career-changing effect on those around him, and this week has proven pretty sweet for his nearest and dearest. On Monday, it was announced that the “unbelievable” life of his brother, Mike a.k.a. “Rooster,” is being turned into an animated series, and now Matthew’s significant other, model and handbag designer Camilla Alves, has been named the new host of Bravo’s Shear Genius, which debuts its third season Feb. 3.
Some might say Alves got her handbag line and hosting gig through her own merit. Others (yes, I’m raising my hand) may be a little more skeptical. Being attached to the the hunky actor can’t hurt her business proposal.
But the larger, more important question is: When will we see McConaughey ink an entertainment deal for his amazingly adorable son Levi? May we suggest playing Diego in the live action version of Dora the Explorer?
What do you guys think of the McConaughey’s selling charm/nepotism? And do you think Alves will make a good host or will you miss Jaclyn Smith? Sound off!
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