The day has finally arrived!
Early this morning, in Long Island, NY, Ms. Jennifer Lopez gave birth to a healthy baby girl and, 11 minutes later, a healthy baby boy.
The twins are as yet unnamed.
“Jennifer and Marc are delighted, thrilled and over the moon,” says Jen’s manager.
Congrats to the happy couple!
February 22, 2008 at 10:28 am by Evil Beet
This trailer doesn’t blow my mind, honestly, but I’m gonna see the film, because it’s kind of like the Star Wars movies: you don’t have to like them. But you have to see them. It’s un-American not to.
February 22, 2008 at 10:19 am by Evil Beet
At a pre-Oscar celebration honoring director Nikita Mikhalkov.
February 21, 2008 at 10:02 pm by Evil Beet
“Sonically, I don’t know that we’re going down any path that’s crazy. I’m not trying to be cool, I’m not trying to be hip. I’m not trying to do anything other than sing stuff that I’m good at.”
Clay Aiken, whose new album is expected to be released in May.
And, like, I know what “sonically” means, but when I saw that word I just couldn’t shake the thought of Clay Aiken coming out to my car to take my order for a cherry slush and a Coney dog. I can’t stop laughing at that.
February 21, 2008 at 9:59 pm by Evil Beet
Isaac Hanson — the one that looks like a horse — and his wife are expecting their second child.
They already have a 10-month-old son!
Isaac’s 27 and his wife, Nicole, is 24.
Jesus Christ. I’m almost 26 (I got a medical report from a doctor today in which I was identified as being “25 and 11/12 years of age” and I was like “Holy shit, am I that close to 26?” and the truth is that, yes, yes I am, but they didn’t need to point it out like that, ya know?), and the overwhelming responsibility of juggling blogging with raising three small cats is practically crushing me. Maybe if I married a washed-up boy-bander I’d find the inner strength to raise two babies.
I wish them all the best of luck.
February 21, 2008 at 9:49 pm by Evil Beet
Natalie Cole — outspoken critic of Amy Winehouse — arrives at a fundraiser for the Women’s Cancer Research Fund wearing animals that I certainly hope were, before their deaths, used to test some manner of cancer treatment.
I know, I know, it’s great that Natalie Cole is showing up to support breast cancer research.
But, really, what else does Natalie Cole have to do these days?
She could have skipped that coat.