Adam Sandler and his expectant wife Jackie Titone are pictured at the World Premiere of You Don’t Mess with the Zohan at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, in Hollywood CA, on May 28. Jackie is expecting the couple’s second child, the baby will join big sister Sadie, 2.
Tori Spelling, husband Dean McDermott and Liam, 14 months, enjoyed lunch at Pink’s Hot Dog in Hollywood yesterday. Tori looks fabuluous — and is expecting a baby girl in June.
Tori keeps busy, and most recently contributed to Graco’s blog — which I think is cool because I happen to love their products. Tori shared what she loves best about being a mom,
My favorite part about being a mom is seeing this little man, that Dean and I created out of pure love, grow and learn and become his own individual. And, knowing that I’m responsible for teaching him about life and love. It’s such a true blessing to be a parent. I just stare at him all day long in wonderment. He is so amazing and every day learns something new!
Read the rest of Tori’s post at the Graco blog.
Source: Graco blog
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Status Quo rocker Rick Parfitt has become a proud dad again at the age of 59. His wife Lyndsay, 47, gave birth to twins Lily Rose and Tommy Oswald on Monday. Parfitt already has two sons from previous marriages – Harry, 18, and Richard, 29.
Source: Showbiz Spy
Even though Ashlee announced her pregnancy to her wedding guests, it was never made official — until now. The newlyweds announced the good news on Pete’s site friendsorenemies.com
“While many have speculated about this, we wanted to wait until after the first trimester to officially confirm that we are expecting our first child. This is truly the most joyous time in our lives and we are excited to share the happy news and start our family.”
- Pete and Ashlee Wentz
A due date hasn’t been given, but if she’s just started her second trimester, it looks like a fall baby.
Gwen Stefani, son Kingston, 2, and her mother Patti stopped by the Huntington Library in Pasadena where Kingston played for a bit.
Gwen is due this summer — the sex of the baby remains a suprise, but dad Gavin revealed the nursery is goth.
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Hollywood actress, and Aussie native, Cate Blanchett has attacked Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd for banning an exhibition of naked photographs of young girls – she claims this decision is “revolting”. The mother of 3 boys joined 42 other leading arts figures from Australia in signing an open letter slamming Mr Rudd over his criticism of artist Bill Henson’s photographs of naked 12 and 13-year-old children. Police were ordered to shut down Henson’s exhibition at a Sydney art gallery last week and confiscated 20 of his photographs as part of an investigating into whether charges should be laid. Cate’s letter stated,
“The potential prosecution of one of our most respected artists is no way to build a Creative Australia and does untold damage to our cultural reputation. We should remember that an important index of social freedom, in earlier times or in repressive regimes elsewhere in the world, is how artists and art are treated by the state.”
Another critic includes Nobel winning writer John Coetzee,
“We wish to make absolutely clear that none of us endorses, in any way, the abuse of children. Henson’s work has nothing to do with child pornography and, according to the judgment of some of the most respected curators and critics in the world, it is certainly art.”
Rudd made a public statement to this criticism,
“I gave my reaction, I stand by that reaction and I don’t apologise for it and I won’t be changing it. I am passionate about children having innocence in their childhood.”
Arts Minister Peter Garrett, once the lead singer of Australian rock band Midnight Oil, also added to this criticism against Rudd,
“…to stand up for artists against a trend of encroaching censorship. This action will encourage a repressive climate of hysterical condemnation, backed by the threat of prosecution. We are already seeing troubling signs in the pre-emptive self-censorship of some galleries. This is not the hallmark of an open democracy nor of a decent and civilised society.”
What do you think? Is this a matter of artistic freedom or child pornography?
Source: Daily Mail