U.S. TV host Jimmy Fallon is a new dad. The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon host and his wife, producer Nancy Juvonen, became parents to a baby girl on Tuesday morning (23Jul13).
His representative tells People.com the couple is "overjoyed about the arrival of their beautiful daughter".
The pair wed in late 2007.
Juvonen runs Flower Films with pal Drew Barrymore, who became a first-time mum to baby daughter Olive last year (Sep12).
Veteran entertainer Marie Osmond is set to become a grandmother, according to a U.S. report. The Paper Roses hitmaker's son Stephen Craig and his wife Claire are expecting their first child, reports the National Enquirer.
A source tells the publication, "Marie was deeply touched when Steve told her the baby news. He also told his mum that, if it's a baby girl, they'll name her Olive in honour of Marie (whose first name is Olive) and her late mother, Olive, who died in 2004.
"Marie said, 'It doesn't matter if it's a boy or a girl. Simply having a grandchild would be the greatest gift that Steve and Claire could possibly give me.'"
If the couple welcomes a son, Craig plans to name the boy after his adopted brother Michael, who committed suicide in 2011, the same year the parents-to-be married in California.
Osmond's representative failed to respond to a request for a comment as WENN went to press.
Actress Drew Barrymore reportedly marked her first wedding anniversary last weekend (02Jun13) by renewing her vows with husband Will Kopelman. The Charlie's Angels star exchanged vows with the art consultant on 2 June, 2012 at her Montecito, California home and they did it all again this month (Jun13) in front of a small group of family and close friends, according to Star magazine.
Their baby daughter Olive was also by mum and dad's side - Barrymore was pregnant with the now eight-month-old tot when she originally tied the knot.
A source says, "Drew has never been happier. It was her idea, and Will was thrilled to do it."
The intimate vow renewal ceremony will be one of the actress' final happy memories of her house - she placed the property up for sale last month (May13), with a price tag of $7.5 million (£4.8 million).
"It's not an olive branch. If I wanted to say sorry to Noel for something I didn't do I'd ring him up." British rocker Liam Gallagher insists new Beady Eye track Don't Brother Me is not about making amends with his estranged sibling Noel.
Beyoncé didn't become a Queen by divulging all her most precious secrets. She did, however, learn that to keep the peace with her people every monarch must extend the occasional olive branch — and that's exactly what Bey did after canceling her show in Antwerp for the pregnancy-rumor-fueling excuse that she was dehydrated and suffering from exhaustion. On her website, Beyoncé posted this handwritten letter that appears more like lyrics or stanzas of poetry than your average, PR rep-approved, fan-facing apology.
"I've never postponed a show in my life," she writes, further supporting the rampant rumors of baby number two – if she's never done it before, what Earth-shattering reason could there be to do it now but a tiny human growing in her womb? And the rest of the letter is sweet and genuine, promising fans that B will "make it up to them" and adding that she's "feeling much better now/ And I'm ready to give you a great show."
Whether or not Beyoncé is with child, she's showed that she truly understands the reason she gets to run the world: her hopelessly devoted fans.
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Poor Wilson Winston... he gets no respect, I tell ya. No respect. Not only does he have to play fourth (and sometimes fifth or sixth fiddle) on New Girl, but the guy finally gets his own episode called "Winston's Birthday" and the whole thing winds up being about his friends forgetting about said birthday and dealing with their own set of much sexier problems. Hey, at least Lamorne Morris got to play Samantha Baker in Sixteen Candles while wearing that Eddie Murphy Raw red jumpsuit. Not many actors can say they've had that chance.
How could Nick and Jess be bothered to remember their pal's birthday when they were soaking in the morning-afterglow of their seriously hot hookup? There was shoulder kissing, laughter, googly-eyed glances, sweet nothings ("That was really fun") — hell, there was even a bonus soft pretzel found in bed. It was wonderful. Nick even tried to be a romantic by bringing Jess a balanced breakfast in bed comprised of runny eggs, a grapefruit, a piece of pie, and a beer with a flower in it. Aw, Nick, he means well.
Of course, the bound-to-be-adorable moment all became significantly less so when Jess' dear old dad Bob (returning guest star Rob Reiner) showed up unexpectedly to stay at the loft before Cece's upcoming nuptials. And just in case that terrible timing wasn't enough, Jess got a last-minute substitute teaching offer that could turn into a full-time gig. When it rains, kids. Jess tried in vain to keep Nick and Bob away from each other, as Bob is an overly protective pop, but Nick folded like a damn lawn chair and decided to spend the day with him.
I mean, how could things possibly be weird between these two? Nick once hit on his ex-wife Joan (Jamie Lee Curtis, who will hopefully pop up for next week's finale) and slept with his daughter just mere hours earlier. Plus, it's Nick, when has he ever made a situation more uncomfortable than it already is? Oh, right, constantly. Surprisingly enough, things started out not terribly. Bob and Nick were bonding on the roof, talking about things like life and the ladies. Hell, Nick wanted advice and even brought up his new love interest: the not quirky, no bangs, tall, fat, tiny-eyed and fictitious Yolanda Winston (hooray, she's back!)
Bob and Nick were bonding: they were shooting the s**t, making sandwiches, everything was going the opposite of how Jess feared it would. Until Nick went and Nick Millered the whole thing by confessing that the girl who meant a lot to him and didn't want to screw things up wasn't Yoldana Winston. As he not-so-coyly put it: "It's Jess...she's your daughter." Bob then lunged after Nick and Nick ran away screaming. Yep, Jess was right.
Of course, Jess was too busy putting out other personal fires, like trying to win over a classroom of terrible children and attempting calm down Cece who was in total bride meltdown mode thanks to no dress, spotlight-stealing relatives, and accidentally falling asleep on her henna tattoo which was all over her face. Jess tried to solve the latter by sending over Winston (who thought it was a surprise birthday party — but surprise! — it wasn't), but it was all fruitless efforts. Jess had a total verbal meltdown in the classroom (read: over-sharing with a bunch of kids) and only sweet Shivrang could help Cece (that guy is finally growing on me) since she just rubbed olive oil her face and made the henna crisis worse.
When Jess finally got to deal with her own crisis, it was already too late — the damage was done: Bob was seriously pissed and Nick had attempted to defend himself physically with a mallet, a tiny bat, and an ash tray. But he wasn't ready for the emotional blow he was about to be dealt by Bob. Jess' father warned that Nick was nothing more than a "lazy, drunken cable thief" who doesn't have his life together — a younger version of himself, and "I'm not good enough for my little girl." Ouch. Nick was crestfallen and Jess, despite understanding that her father was just doing what fathers do, was able to take care of herself and deal with her own messes.
New relationships are tricky...but sometimes old new relationships can be even trickier. Just look at Schmidt and My New Favorite New Girl Character, Elizabeth (guest star Merritt Wever). These two unexpectedly reunited, got down, and quickly became the most interesting couple on the series. (Don't get me wrong, Nick and Jess are just as sexy and swoon-worthy as ever — Nick especially — but they are still in a frustrating place. We're still gonna have to hold our breath for these two to make it official). We already knew that Elizabeth was a seriously awesome college girlfriend who accepted Fat Schmidt for who he was: Schmidt. But we had no idea that she got him to dance at college parties, bought him amazing sweatshirts that read 'Frogettaboutit' with a picture of a frog on them, and was just so damn cool in general.
Schmidt was smitten with her all over again. He was schmidtten, and with good reason: Elizabeth rules. But Schmidt almost blew the whole thing by pretending not to know her when one of his hot coworkers was snooty to her and implied she was a "spooky" cleaning lady. Elizabeth, of course, fired back at the horrible girl, and rightly told Schmidt to get lost. But Schmidt — thank goodness — realized he wanted to be with Elizabeth, the only girl who has ever really known and loved the real him, and rescued her from a terrible date. Even better, he showed up in his old sweatshirt and they Roger Rabbit-ed for old times sake.
At the end of the night, both Schmidt and Elizabeth and Nick and Jess wound up on the roof (or, as Schmidt pronounces it, "the ruff"), but for entirely different reasons. Schmidt and Elizabeth brought a telescope up to match Schmidt's mole patterns to the constellations (true love!), while Nick tried to remedy the botched breakfast in bed plan with a romantic dinner. Ultimately, both roof rendezvous for the couples were interrupted by Winston, who thought it was a star gazing breakfast party. Which, admittedly, sounds incredible. Still, poor Winston was actually a nuisance for the other characters because the guy was just trying to celebrate his birthday, which everyone actively forgot about or plain ruined. Maybe the finale will bring him the same kind fate that seems to have befallen the far more interesting Nick, Jess, and Schmidt.
Here are the best lines and moments from tonight's all-around satisfying penultimate Season 2 episode of New Girl ,"Winston's Birthday":
- Nick checking Jess' pulse in bed because she sleeps so soundly. So endearing. - "If they make fun of you, I'll punch them in the penis"- Flashback Elizabeth to Flashback Schmidt about dancing at the party. She rocks. - "I got...documents"- Nick, failing to come up with an excuse to get out of hanging out with Bob. - Nick's general big-eyed terror. It's on par with Joey's on Friends at this point, and no one did a big-eyed freakout quite like Matt LeBlanc. - "I don't know how you get a podcast, but you should look into it."- Nick to Bob. - "Burkas isn't you guys, is it?" - Jess, to Cece, trying to come up with a creative way to cover her face. - "I got my own damn cake, and you can't have none!" - Poor Winston, who couldn't even have his cake and eat it, too, as Bob gave him guff about his figure. - "Hey Gipetto, make with the 'Oom Pah Pah!'"- Schmidt, to the musicians at the Italian restaurant where he won back Elizabeth. - Speaking of music, how great has New Girl's music choices been as of late? "Until We Get There" by Lucius was the perfect song for Jess and Nick to meet on the roof to. - "You know how much I love to explore space and time!" - Winston, thinking the roof festivities were for him. - Nick's sweet, sad look when he realized he wouldn't be getting alone time with Jess on the roof. Sigh. Until next week. I hope.
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"Uh-yummm." "(Drooling sounds)." "Me want fooooood." These are warranted reactions to the following images, as they contain maximum levels of deliciousness. Meet the newest celebrity of the foodie world: El Celler de Can Rosa in Girona, Spain. The restaurant was just knocked out Denmark's Noma to be named the Best Restaurant in the World on the 50 Best Restaurants in the World list sponsored by S. Pelligrino (that's fizzy mineral water, to those of you whose offices aren't located above a fancy grocery store).
Since we don't all have the luxury of hopping on private jets to Spain or parading our famous faces in front of the Maitre d' in order to snag a spot on the reservation list, which has undoubtedly grown in the few hours since the restaurant earned its new title, we're bringing the glamour and impossibly delcious-looking delicacies to you. We happened upon GastronomyBlog's trip to the now-famous restaurant back in 2010, and from the looks of things, El Cellar de Can Rosa deserves every last accolade.
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It's kind of like this:
Steak Tartare with Mustard Ice Cream
Pumpkin, Rock Mussels, and Mandarin Orange
Charcoal Grilled Prawns
Sole, Olive Oil, and Mediterranean Flavors
Red Mullet with Susquet (Catalan Seafood Stew) and Lard
Lamb, Peas, and Mint
Carrot Compote Filled With Egg Yolk Ice Cream and Apricot Eau-de-vie
I mean, seriously.
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Actress Isla Fisher has no plans to work with her funnyman partner Sacha Baron Cohen because she is convinced they collaborate enough at home as busy parents. The Wedding Crashers star scaled back on her career to care for her young daughters - Olive, five, and two-year-old Elula - but she has returned to the spotlight with two new films, Now You See Me and The Great Gatsby.
With her career now back on track, the Australian beauty has ruled out co-starring in a movie with her husband as they have their hands full raising their kids.
She tells Entertainment Tonight, "Personally, I think we collaborate on enough behind closed doors. We're working on some really important collaborations (our daughters), and I think that's more important.
"It's not like you're taking a break and looking on IMDbPro (website) to see your StarMeter falling. You're doing the most important, incredible thing. When you come back in, the perspective has changed. I truly believe you can't have it all and you shouldn't want to."
Fisher admits she still admires the comic's work, adding, "Obviously, I'm a big fan of his. My favourite movie will always be Bruno, and my favourite line will always be when he looks up at the sky and goes, 'So many stars in the sky. Makes you think of all the hot guys in the world.' So freaking random and funny."
Actress Drew Barrymore is stepping into the world of reality TV after signing up to produce a new cooking competition. The Charlie's Angels star has been brushing up on her culinary skills since wedding husband Will Kopelman and becoming a mum to daughter Olive last year (12), and she has become obsessed with watching cooks battle it out on TV.
She reveals she records "every food competition show" to watch while she's at home, and now Barrymore has decided to step behind the scenes to create her own, titled Knife Fight, for America's Esquire Network, according to Marie Claire magazine.
The actress also admits she has developed a fascination with all things Italian, and plans to one day travel to the European country to learn how to make hearty family meals from local chefs.
She says, "(I want) to live in Italy for a summer and go to cooking school while I'm there."
A premiere date for Knife Fight has yet to be announced.
TV bosses in the U.K. have pulled two shows set to feature veteran Australian entertainer Rolf Harris following his arrest last month (Mar13) as part of the ongoing sex abuse investigation surrounding late U.K. TV and radio star Sir Jimmy Savile. It emerged on Friday (19Apr13) that the 83 year old was interviewed by cops in London in November (12) and later formally arrested on 28 March (13), before being released on bail.
Following the revelations, chiefs at Britain's Channel 5 network decided to axe repeats of Rolf's Animal Clinic, as well as narrated kids' series Olive the Ostrich.
A spokesperson for the organisation states, "While this legal matter involving Rolf Harris is ongoing we have removed Olive the Ostrich and repeats of Rolf's Animal Clinic from the schedule."
Bosses at Nickelodeon, which also screens the children's show, decided to shelve the programme too.
Harris has been bailed until May (13) but his arrest is not believed to be directly linked to late TV/radio host Savile, who was unmasked as a serial paedophile last year (12). The probe falls under the wider Operation Yewtree investigation which was sparked by the initial allegations against Savile.