"Apprentice" host Donald Trump is getting ready to welcome a new addition to the family: his daughter Ivanka has announced she’s expecting.
The 29-year-old tweeted Friday, “I have been wanting to share some amazing news with you all for some time... I'm pregnant!”
Trump, who wed New York Observer owner Jared Kushner in 2009, added, “Jared and I couldn't be more excited.”
Ivanka will be a busy new mom. The businesswoman currently works for her father as the Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions at The Trump Organization, has a jewelry line and is also expecting to debut a line of handbags and shoes in the spring.
Reviews were middling for MTV’s “Skins,” yet it looks like the show’s content was a bit too provocative for some.
As an advertiser pulls away from associating its product with the program and the Parents Television Council calls for Congress and the Justice Department to investigate "Skins" for possible child pornography, it seems even some of the network's executives are worried that the show is airing too much.
“Skins” is filled with a cast of lesser known actors ranging in age from 15 to 19, the New York Times reports, and of course, anyone under 18 is considered a minor. Given the young ages of the show’s stars and the risqué content, the paper says some MTV execs are concerned about violating federal child pornography laws, and have ordered producers to implement changes that would tone "Skins" down.
Kim Kardashian is lashing out at MTV following reports that 90 girls at a Memphis high school became teen moms over the past year.
"I find it so sad and disturbing," the 30-year-old reality star writes on her blog. "It seems that shows like 'Teen Mom' are all of a sudden making teen pregnancy seem cool in the eyes of young girls. The kids from these shows are all over the news, even on the covers of magazines, and have become almost like celebrities, but girls, these are not people you should idolize!"
Kardashian goes on to say she would never have dreamed of taking on such a huge responsibility at that age.
As Leslie Knope said, "We're back!" - and not a moment too soon.
After a few months (even longer for us viewers), the government shutdown in Pawnee, Indiana ended, and the gang was back together on Thursday night's season premiere of "Parks and Recreation."
It was hilarious to see what they had been up to in the meantime (especially Tom Haverford getting a job at Lady Foot Locker, where his friend Jean-Ralphio works). And poor, beleaguered Jerry was actually enjoying his time off before Leslie showed up to "free" him, tossing his painting into the lake.
Monica may be known for her powerhouse vocals, but the "Angel of Mine" singer certainly kept quiet about her recent marriage to L.A. Lakers player Shannon Brown.
The couple had an intimate wedding - just two personal witnesses were present for the nuptials - at their home last November in Los Angeles, according to HipHollywood.
The pair met on the set of Monica's video for "Love All Over Me" in the summer of 2010 and within months, 25-year-old Brown asked Monica for her hand in marriage.
Taylor Swift's song "You Belong With Me" might describe her feelings for Jake Gyllenhaal — despite reportedly splitting in December, the twosome were recently spotted dining near her Nashville home.
On Wednesday, Swift, 21, and Gyllenhaal, 30, enjoyed a meal together at Bound'ry restaurant, reports People magazine, but according to one onlooker, the duo didn't appear to be on a romantic date.
"They were cordial to one another, but not affectionate," an eyewitness tells People. "There was no holding hands, but they seemed happy together. They sat next to the fireplace just chatting away."
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