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Congratulations are in order for Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers. The Nocturnal Animals star, 30, and his Chief Correspondent of the Human Rights Foundation wife, 34, welcomed their second child – a son – on Sunday, Jan.Read More
Congratulations are in order for Jeff Goldblum and Emilie Livingston. The Independence Day: Resurgence star, 64, and his wife, 33, are expecting their second child in early April, she announced via Instagram.Read More
There’s an ugly custody battle brewing between Robin Thicke and Paula Patton. The soulful singer, 39, is being investigated by the Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services amid allegations of child abuse for spanking the former couple’s 6-year-old son Julian.Read More
PEOPLE is reporting that Usher and his wife Tameka Foster welcomed their second son on Wednesday. Us released his name and birth information: Naviyd Ely Raymond , born at 2:33 a.m. on December 10, weighing in at 5 lbs., 13 oz.
The newest Raymond joins older brother Usher Raymond V, who just turned 1 on November 26. Tameka, 37, also has three sons from a previous relationship.
“I’m so proud to be a father by the time I’m 30,” Usher (who turned 30 in October) told PEOPLE in August. “I’d hate to be 80 years old and not be able to run with my kids. I need to still be able to do flips when they’re in high school!”
Congratulations to the Foster-Raymond family!
“Just a lot of hugs and kisses and Christmas carols,” the Australia star tells PEOPLE at the London premiere of her romantic movie epic.
Nicole even already has her first present picked out – a turtle puppet!
“She loves puppets!” Nicole tells PEOPLE.
Sunday’s dad is country star Keith Urban; she also has daughter Isabella, 15, and son Connor, 13, with ex-husband Tom Cruise.
“Every time I see my son, it looks like he’s landing on the moon and discovering new rocks and stuff,” he told PEOPLE Tuesday night at the debut of his art exhibition, a collaboration with good pal Travis McCoy entitled Without You I’m Not Me. “I mean, every time he looks at his hand, it’s like he’s Christopher Columbus making it across the ocean. It’s pretty awesome.”
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When asked if he had created any artwork to hang near his son’s bed, Pete answered he hasn’t, because he feels it’s not “appropriate for the nursery.”
“I’m not the kind of person that’s going to push something on my kid. If he decides to go, ‘Hey dad, why don’t you draw this for me or play this for me,’ that would be cool.”
McCoy, the Gym Class Heroes frontman, has been named Bronx’s godfather – and he’s already started spoiling the newborn. “I got him his first pair of Jordans,” he said. “That’s just the beginning! I’m amazing with the kid,” McCoy bragged, adding that he and girlfriend Katy Perry (of “I Kissed a Girl” fame) are already suffering from baby fever.
“When I passed Bronx off to her, we both looked at each other,” he said, recalling a recent visit. “Any young couple in love around another young couple in love, it’s inevitable that you’re going to get that spirit.”
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Adam Sandler is back on the big screen Christmas Day with his family-friendly flick Bedtime Stories – a movie about hotel handyman who agrees to babysit his niece and nephew and soon realizes that the bedtime stories he tells them are starting to mysteriously come to life – and he told ET! that the movie was definitely a family affair!
“We were doing the medieval scenes and I asked the wardrobe department if they had something for the wife and kid to wear. They threw it on and jumped in the scene.”
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Adam joked that daughter Sadie “had three call backs and I said she can do this.”
“I’ll do anything to make the kid happy,” continues Adam, who admits that perhaps he could have doled out a little more discipline in the past two-and-a-half years. “I never like to say no to her.”
Adam also assured Mark that this movie is definitely kid-friendly: “It feels good that I’m not going to have one mother yell at me,” he laughs.
Adam and wife Jackie also have new baby Sunny, 1 month, at home.
Brad Pitt is currently promoting his new film, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. While the film is attracting lots of buzz, Brad seems to have one thing on his mind: his family with Angelina Jolie. Brad recently sat down with Rolling Stone magazine to discuss his new film, and of course, his family of eight.
On getting help from his kids to use his iPod: “I normally need my kids to do this. They’re so beyond me in technology, it’s hard to keep up. Our seven-year-old was searching the word ‘weapons’ on Google the other day and ended up on some white-supremacist site. I’m sure now we’re on all kinds of watch lists.”
On his hopes for the future: “I have this fantasy of my older days, painting or sculpting or making things. I have this fantasy of a bike trip to Chile. I have this fantasy of flying into Morocco. But right now, more and more, it’s about getting the work done and getting home to family. I have an adventure every morning, getting up.”
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On if he went to church every Sunday as a child: “Yeah. And it was too much of what you shouldn’t be doing instead of what you could be doing. I get enraged when people start telling other people how to live their lives. It drives me mental. This Prop. 8 thing just drives me mental.”
On where he was on election night: “Chicago. I went down to Grant Park, because I was doing Oprah the next day. I walked home from the park to the hotel, which was a half-hour walk. And I could walk freely — no one was interested in me at that point. People were weeping and hugging. The sense of elation in the streets — it was great. That was such a turnaround for us. We captured the original definition of America again.”
On if Fight Club would have been made after September 11th: “No. Certainly not that ending. We debated it then. There’s a line we stuck in, about the buildings being evacuated.”
On how some critics just didn’t get that film: “Did you see the DVD that Fincher put out? He put all the negative reviews in the booklet. Some London critic said, “Not only is it anti-capitalistic, but it’s anti-society and anti-God.” We were like, “We didn’t realize it was that good!”
On how Benjamin Button feels very positive, but some people might walk away from the story feeling very bleak: “Yeah, I think it’s open to . . . it’s your choice. I find Benjamin is about those universal things we all share — that 95 percent that makes us all the same, wherever we are in the world. Our loves, our hopes, but also the loss that we all walk around with and hide very well, and the ultimate notion that we’re all expendable. To me, it’s a counterstatement to this divisive period we’ve been in, where we focused on the two, three, four, five percent of ways in which we’re different.”
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