Madonna has plans to build a school for girls in Malawai. Following in the footsteps of Oprah Winfrey, Madonna’s lawyer confirmed,
“A task force of four prominent Malawians has already been formed to head the project which will be on the scale of what Oprah Winfrey has in South Africa. It is a multi-million dollar project and we will get the real costs in the next two weeks.”
As we reported previously, Madonna is currently awaiting approval from the Malawi government to approve the adoption of her 2 year-old son David Banda. Sources say the adoption should become official as early as Thursday.
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Pregnant Angelina Jolie and Jack Black (wife Tanya is expecting baby#2) were interviewed by Today show’s Natalie Morales – who is also expecting baby#2, on Wednesday, while promoting their new animated film, “Kung Fu Panda” in Cannes.
During the interview Jack let it slip that Angie is expecting twins – and she confirmed the news – here’s the update:
“You’re gonna have as many as (the) ‘Brady Bunch’ when you have these,” Jack joked.
“It’s confirmed? Is it two?”, Natalie asked.
“Yeah, yeah, we’ve confirmed that already,” Angelina responded. “Well, Jack’s just confirmed it actually.”
“Is that true?”, Jack said jokingly.
“Yeah, you did,” Angelina replied.
“Sorry,” Jack concluded.
“So you’re having twins?”, Natalie asked, as Angelina nodded with a ‘yes.’
“Do you know the sexes of the babies”, Natalie asked. “Or, are you keeping that private?”
“We would like to keep that private,” Angelina said.
“Are you going to stay here in France to deliver?”, Natalie also asked at one point.
“Possibly,” Angelina responded.
You can catch the interview on Access Hollywood tonight, and tomorrow morning on the Today show.
The twins will be the fifth and sixth child for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Source: Access Hollywood
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Anthony Kiedis, Red Hot Chili Peppers lead singer said he wants to travel the world with his 7 month-old son Everly Bear. Anthony and his model girlfriend, Heather Christie, welcomed their first child in October 2007. Anthony said he’d love to take his son on tour with his legendary band,
“I’ll take him wherever he’s comfortable going, he’s a part of me so I feel pretty happy taking him wherever I go.” [He added] “Yeah, we’re gonna check out the world together for sure.”
Read about Anthony’s past struggles with addiction after the jump
Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, 38, and husband Jerry Solomon, 53, welcomed their third child – and first girl – Wednesday morning in Winchester, Mass. The baby was born via Caesarean section, and weighed 6 lbs., 12 oz.
Big brothers Matthew, 11, and Brian, 3, were anticipating the birth of their new sibling, and were both surprised,
“They’re very excited. Matthew wanted a girl and Brian wanted a boy, and the two would occasionally argue about it, but they’re both looking forward to having a new sibling.”
Nancy and Jerry are still working on a name,
“I think that is the hardest job, to pick a name for somebody,” says Kerrigan. “We are not very good at that.”
How many of you left the hospital without a name for your baby? Or how many of you named your baby one name, then changed your mind?
We named my middle daughter Margaret, told our family – then I changed my mind, she just didn’t look like a Maggie – now she’s Abigail ‘Abby.’
It’s been some time since we’ve seen Marcia at the park with her 14 months old twins Eden (purple hat) and Savannah (pink hat). The trio enjoyed the beautiful weather in Brentwood yesterday. Marcia recently spoke about what being a mother means to her,
“Motherhood is like being madly in love. Take your greatest love affair and magnify it as many times as you can imagine and it’s like that. Motherhood really cracks your heart right open.”
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