Whitney Houston‘s daughter with Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina, was hospitalized not once, but twice within 12 hours following Houston’s untimely death. Radar Onlinereports Continue reading
Reginae Carter, daughter of Lil’ Wayne and Toya Wright is having a Cinderella-themed birthday party today. Get the deets inside and see pics of Rev. Run partying in Las Vegas for his 47th birthday Continue reading
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon sit down for their first interview together since the birth of their babies. Barbara Walters visited the couple at their New York home to discuss marriage and becoming parents. The pop diva is asked whether she trusts her husband. And for the first time, they introduce their twins, Monroe and Moroccan. Mariah sings her hit “We Belong Together” to one of them while giving a tour of their home. The interview airs Friday at 10 p.m. EST on ABC’s “20/20.”
NEYO WELCOMES SON MASON EVAN!
Ne-yo is a dad again! The singer and his girlfriend Monyetta Shaw welcomed their second child, a baby boy named Mason Evan, on Sunday(October 9th).
Mason Evan weighed in at 6 lbs., 10 oz. “Sal-u twit fam. If you are truly fam you’ll help me welcome the heir to my throne, born OCT.9TH at 6 pounds, 10 ounces! Mason Evan Smith!” the proud father tweeted today.
Ne-Yo (real name: Shaffer Chimere Smith) welcomed his first child, a daughter named Madilyn Grace Smith, in November of last year.
Rapper The Game and his daughter Cali Dream Taylor,1, visited television show Extra at The Grove on October 13, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
Cali must be a happy camper now that her parents are set to marry. The Game and his fiancée Tiffany Cambridge have been together for seven years and have two children together: a son named King Justice and daughter Cali. The MC also has another child from a previous relationship named Harlem.
Like father, like son? Not at all, says Curtis Jackson aka 50 Cent. The rapper/actor/author talks about how very different he and his son are in the latest issue of Jet magazine
The following is an excerpt from 50?s interview with JET:
50 Cent on being a bully and his new book, 50 Cent: Playground, The Mostly True Story of a Reformed Bully:
“I was [a bully] at different points during my childhood,” the 36-year-old shares. “I was dealing with my emotions the wrong way. From a child’s perspective, you don’t understand. As an adult, you get that’s not the way to deal with things.” Continue reading
Beyonce fans will have to wait a little longer for a mini-Queen B. The singer, who had originally planned to have kids at 30, now wants to have them at “Forty, that’s a good one,” She tells Access Hollywood. “Before I hit the age of 40, I’d love to have some children. I would love to direct, continue to learn videos and maybe by then a film, a short film… I love documentaries.”
“I just hope that I’m happy and into my children and well-adjusted and still making music, if that makes me happy at that time.”
Meanwhile, Solange Knowles says that should her sister Beyonce choose to have kids one day, “she will be a great mom, a natural. She will love to start a family, I can’t wait, they will be beautiful.”
“Beyonce adores my little boy,” Solange adds. “She takes him everywhere. We were in Europe a couple months ago and he loved being with his aunty.”
Melanie Brown is due to give birth to her first baby with husband Stephen Belafonte in August and, now as her due date approaches, the singer finds herself eating a whole lot.
“I was like this with my last two pregnancies, too,” Brown tells WebMD. “When I’m really into my fitness routine, I eat super clean, super protein, super organic — super, super healthy. But since I’ve been pregnant, I kind of indulge in the things I wouldn’t usually indulge in,” she says, like the occasional burger or pizza.
She adds, “I’m married to a good cook who cooks really healthy — well, mainly healthy — food.”
On her pregnant body:
“For the first four months, I felt really sick — I was just trying to get through the day without actually throwing up, so I haven’t really worked out since I’ve been pregnant,” says Brown, who normally gravitates toward a mix of heart-pumping workouts like spinning, boot camp, and hiking. “It was strange because, with my last two pregnancies, I never had morning sickness. So it was a bit shocking, to say the least. But I’m finally getting out of that phase and starting to feel good.”
On being a mom to kids Phoenix, 12, and Angel, 4.
It’s a juggling act,” Brown adds.”I juggle stuff on a weekly basis, between time by myself, time with my husband, and good, well-spent time with the kids. I do that every single week and if I didn’t, I think I would go insane. I just do it week-by-week, and it somehow manages to get done.”
“It is extra-special to breastfeed and it is really healthy [for the baby], but not every woman can do it. I hope I’m able to, but if you can’t you can still get that connection by feeding your baby with a bottle. It’s not as intimate, but you can still get that bonding.”
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