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Congratulations are in order for Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell. The America’s Got Talent star, 36, and the former beauty queen, 29, welcomed their first child together and Cannon’s third total – son Golden “Sagon” Cannon – he announced via Instagram Wednesday.Read More
Congratulations are in order for Amber Tamblyn and David Cross. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants actress, 33, and her Arrested Development actor husband, 52, have welcomed their first child together – a daughter – she announced Tuesday via Instagram.Read More
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General Hospital star Greg Vaughan and wife Touriya Haoud have welcomed a second son: Cavan Thomas! The proud papa took to Twitter to announce the happy news.
Touriya & I are pleased to announce the birth of Cavan Thomas Vaughan who was born on 1/19/2010 @ 1:19pm. Exact weight/size of his Big Brother!! 7lbs 15oz – 20 in long.”
Greg, 36, played Lucky Spencer on General Hospital and is set to star on 90210 soon.
The couple are already parents to 2 ½-year-old Jathan James.
Congratulations to the Haoud-Vaughan family!
The always cheerful Hannigan-Denisof duo braved the rainy weather to go for a stroll with their 9-month-old daughter Satyana on Tuesday afternoon (January 19) in Santa Monica.
Their little girl spent part of the outing in her stroller but was later spotted in the arms of her mother, Alyson, 35, while daddy Alexis chatted on his cell phone.
Recently Alyson chatted with INO about her favourite reality television show:
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Right now I’m on a big Top Chef and cooking shows kick, I love those. But Amazing Race is probably my all time favorite reality show. You get to see the world and the stress of travel but you get to see it while you’re on your couch. I just love that show.
Keri Russell, mother of 2 ½-year-old son River, is set to star in Extraordinary Measures, where she plays a mom trying to save her two children who are dying of a rare genetic disorder. Keri told NYDailyNews that she felt deeply connected to this role now that she’s a mother.
Rosie O’Donnell has this great quote. She said something like, “Before you have kids, your life is black and white, and then it’s in color.” It’s just a whole new set of feelings that aren’t as accessible to you before you have kids. So you see something sad happening to any kid, and you just instantly access, “Oh my God, what if that happened to my kid?” Everyone just sort of becomes your kid.”
The 33-year-old Felicity star went on to say that she and husband Shane Deary love to take River out in their Brooklyn neighborhood. “We go to the park, we go to the farmers’ market in Brooklyn. I love having BAM right here. BAM just had this retrospective on Sesame Street, and we saw it, like, on a full movie screen. It was River’s first movie.”
Although growing up in the city does pose its challenges. “Shane and I grew up with a lot of nature around. I grew up in Colorado, and he grew up on Martha’s Vineyard. So there are tradeoffs. You get all this city culture. We walk to go see Cate Blanchett in A Streetcar Named Desire, and we walk to go to this retrospective on Cary Grant, and it was so cool. But when [you see] the schools have asphalt playgrounds, you’re like, “Oh, right. That’s how the city kids do it.”
She’s “made a career out of playing girlfriends and mothers,” but New Jersey-born actress Vera Farmiga says it’s her latest role, as a confident yet complicated middle-aged woman in Up in the Air, that’s earned her the most admiration.
“I am a heroine with middle-aged women all over the country,” she tells The Times Online. “They come up to me and say: ‘Oh my God! This subject is so hush-hush! But I love seeing a woman like this, who has female desire!’”
Off of the big screen, Vera lives a very un-Hollywood life, raising goats in the Catskill Mountains with her husband Renn Hawkey and their 1-year-old son Fynn.
“I met Renn five years ago,” she says of her carpenter hubby, “and I wanted to have a baby with him from the moment I laid eyes on him!”
Her career may be taking off, but Vera says it’s her family – and her beloved goats – that take top priority.
“I still have the same criteria by which I chose roles and projects. But now they have to be even more important to take me away from my family.”
Once known as the WWE persona “The Rock,” Dwayne Johnson is now known as a big screen star. In his next film, The Tooth Fairy, the 37-year-old father of one plays a mean-spirited ice-hockey player turned Tooth Fairy. Dwayne opened up to Parade about the spirit of the Tooth Fairy and the power that adults have on children’s dreams.
On if his own daughter, 8-year-old daughter Simone, still believes in the Tooth Fairy: “I want to be careful what I say because she might just read this. Let’s put it this way. I have been in the room when the Tooth Fairy has taken a tooth from under her pillow, but then I walked out the room very quickly because I didn’t want to look at the Tooth Fairy. I got scared.”
On the power of dreams: “In the beginning, my character is a dream killer, he doesn’t believe in the possibility of dreams or the power that dreams can have. Not only that, he doesn’t understand the impact as an adult that he has on children’s lives. I’ve always realized that whether you have kids or not, as adults we’re all connected in some way to children and we have a power to influence them — just make sure that they understand their own potential and how important dreams are.”