Sheryl Crow took to her official website to tell fans about the newest addition to her family.
“I have some exciting news to share with you guys,” she wrote. “Wyatt has a new little brother.”
Crow, 48, recently adopted Levi James, who was born on April 30 in Mississippi. The adoption had been underway for about a year, Crow's publicist said. The singer's oldest son Wyatt, 3, was adopted in 2007.
Is somebody out to get Leona Lewis?
Just last year, the 25-year-old British "Bleeding Love" singer suffered facial injuries after being headbutted by her horse. Then she was punched in the face by a male fan at her October book signing.
Then last Friday, Lewis plummeted down an elevator shaft while performing in Sheffield, England.
Bethenny Frankel is once again in the middle of a big deal.
Actually, it’s not that big.
The “Real Housewives of New York” star has been criticized for posing in a bathing suit three weeks after giving birth to her daughter, looking quite svelte.
Fans of the hit sitcom "The Nanny" were shocked when Fran Drescher announced in 1999 that she was divorcing her high-school sweetheart after 21 years of marriage.
Now, the Queens, N.Y., native has got another shocker to share: Turns out her ex-husband, "The Nanny" writer/producer Peter Marc Jacobson, is gay.
"Peter and I met when we were 15," Drescher, 52, told this week's In Touch magazine, which claims Jacobson came out to the actress after their split. "We were just kids and didn't know who we truly were. We went through a lot together."
Though “Gossip Girl” co-stars and on-off couple Ed Westwick and Jessica Szhor looked like the picture of happiness as they exited London’s Soho Hotel yesterday, the actor insists he’s still single - and he’s telling everybody.
In an interview with BBC Radio 1 yesterday, the 22-year-old Brit - who reportedly split with Szhor, 25, last month - claimed that he doesn’t have a girlfriend. “Would I like one?” he added. “No, too much of a headache.”
Westwick, who plays cad Chuck Bass on the hit CW series, says that for now, he’s just enjoying flying solo in his native London. “It’s been good hanging out and seeing people,” he said.
That’s nice. But has he told Szhor any of this?
Three episodes into this season of "So You Think You Can Dance," and it's almost time to get down to business in Las Vegas - but not before a few more auditions in Dallas and Nashville.
Dallas brought us two dancers - Ida Saki and Jordan Johnson - who were doing things I've certainly never seen before. At one point, it looked as though Ida was lifting herself up by her ankles. Truly "exquisite," as Nigel described her. Then, when former drug addict Jordan Johnson showed up and pulled off some unexpected moves rivaling season four "all-star" Mark, I thought he was a shoo-in for the top 10.
Unfortunately, Dallas wasn't without its low points, like roller-skating oddball "Scooter Rocket," who did nothing more than do various poses while skating around the stage, and Derocccius Harris, who had quite the "Toxic" performance. There was that, and the fact that Tyce "Get the heck off this stage... and come to Vegas!!!" Diorio was on the panel. I'm just glad he didn't get Mia Michaels' permanent judging slot.
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