Congratulations to Rachel McAdams. She is the mother to a brand new baby boy.
The actress kept her pregnancy a secret. As well as her delivery. When it comes to hiding a baby bump, she out-did Cardi B! Surprise!
No details yet about the baby’s birth date or name. Rachel’s kept her private life extremely private. Her reps have not confirmed the report. (E! News)
Talk About It:
- Rachel turns 40 years old in 2018.
- First hints of a baby occurred around Valentine’s Day, when she and her boyfriend enjoyed a romantic dinner in Atlanta.
- Rachel had a role in the movie Game Night, but skipped the premiere in February.
- So this finally puts a fork in the daydreams that Rachel and her Notebook co-star Ryan Gosling would reunite.
New Girl returns to FOX with a new season.
Today marks the 48th anniversary of the breakup of The Beatles.
It's #NationalSiblingsDay and #GolfersDay.
Seth Meyers and his wife, Alexi Ashe, welcomed their second son on Sunday, but this wasn't your typical baby delivery.
The Late Night host shared the dramatic story with his audience last night, revealing that the impatient baby boy decided to come out in the lobby of his parents' apartment building. Meyers joked, "I called 911 and over the course of a minute conversation, I said, ‘We’re about to have a baby — we’re having a baby — we had a baby."
Police arrived right after the baby was born and helped cut the chord. The nervous parents also had plenty of help from neighbors who supplied clean towels to keep the baby warm. Meyers and his wife named the baby Axel Strahl. They also have a two-year-old son named Ashe Olsen. (People)
Celebrities Band Together With STOMP Out Bullying - It’s National Culture Week and a group of celebrities are getting together to battle bullying.
J.J. Totah (NBC's Champions), Logan Browning (Netflix's Dear White People), Nick Cannon (MTV's Wild 'N Out), and LGBTQ Activist Sarah McBride will be part of the livestream event “Culture Shock” today for the Culture Week kickoff.
The idea behind the event is to encourage kids to embrace diversity and discourage bullying. The group will also debut a new PSA #SeeMe featuring Olympic Gold Medalist and recent Dancing With the Stars winner, Laurie Hernandez.
The livestream begins at 12:15 pm today. Student and teachers can register HERE.
“Blues Clues” Casting Is Looking For A Fresh Look - If you show up to the “Blue’s Clues” audition for host, do NOT show up as Steve.
There are a lot of “don’ts” in the casting sheet for the show’s reboot. Here are some: you must wear a plain t-shirt only, no hats, glasses, or props of any kind. And you have to be 18-25 years old.
Open call auditions begin this weekend.
*Fleetwood Mac - has fired Lindsey Buckingham after a disagreement over the band's upcoming tour. It was announced that Mike Campbell of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Neil Finn of Crowded House will replace him. Fleetwood Mac issued a collective statement, saying: "We are thrilled to welcome the musical talents of the caliber of Mike Campbell and Neil Finn into the Mac family. With Mike and Neil, we’ll be performing all the hits that the fans love, plus we’ll be surprising our audiences with some tracks from our historic catalogue of songs.
*Topless Protester - Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial began Monday in a more dramatic way than expected. A topless protester with phrases written on her arms and torso—including "Women's Lives Matter" on her chest—was arrested after she jumped a barricade and lunged toward Cosby as he approached the Norristown, Pennsylvania, courthouse. The unnamed woman was intercepted by sheriff's deputies before reaching him.
Lawrence, 41, and his wife Chandie Yawn-Nelson filed for bankruptcy in July 2017 after accumulating $355,517.27 in debt
• According to the report, the IRS will be paid a little over $31,000 of the $67,000 owed.
• The State of California Franchise Tax Board will only be paid half of a $14,000 claim.
Upcoming DVDs Showcase Legendary Performers - Performances by The Beatles, Elvis Presley and Motown stars are set to be released in a series of DVDs.
If you want to get into some iconic music, grab these newly released and upcoming DVDs,"The Complete Ed Sullivan Shows Starring The Beatles," "The Best of The Supremes" and "The Best of The Temptations" will all be available on May 25th.
Also available that same day will be three separate titles starring Presley - "The Three Complete Ed Sullivan Shows," "Just Elvis" and "Elvis: The Great Performances."Source: Discover Music