The man who makes $20 million a movie would rather be cooking breakfast in his kitchen, attempting to control the chaos of six kids reaching for their own stack of pancakes!
The dad-of-six, 47, might have grown-up in small family, but that’s not the case now! “I know it seems extreme from the outside, but I’ve always kind of operated this way,” the Tree of Life star tells the Associated Press of his big brood with Angelina Jolie, 35. “When I know, I know, and why mess around?”
Conservative firebrand Glenn Beck is finished as a daily presence on Fox News — victim of sinking ratings, a boycott by advertisers and weariness on the part of his bosses!
Glenn Beck is done with his Fox afternoon show, and the news channel’s top man doesn’t sound too upset that the loose-cannon yakker will be gone later this year.
The birth rates of American teens fell to the lowest point in nearly 70 years of record-keeping in 2009. What’s going on? Is it the recession or something to do with Bristol Palin?
According to a report released by the government yesterday (Dec. 21) teenagers aren’t having as many babies as they were in previous years. In fact, the birth rate for teens, ages 15 to 19, fell to 39 births per 1,000 girls, which is a 6 percent decline from last year. It’s also the lowest recorded birth rate since health officials began keeping track in 1940. What’s going on? Some say the economy is causing would-be teen moms to rethink their baby plans but we’re not so sure about that.
TV reporter Lisa Ling reveals that she suffered a miscarriage. It’s devastating news — and our hearts go out to her!
According to the Associated Press, Lisa Ling, 37, opens up for the very first time on The View (where she worked from 1999 to 2002) set to air tomorrow (December 10) about her miscarriage six months ago, revealing that when she lost the baby, “I felt more like a failure than I’d felt in a very long time.” Losing a baby has got to be one of the worst feelings in the world. HollyMoms, if you’ve suffered that kind of loss, how did you cope?
The couple’s two children have become stars in their own right, but many are worried that their parents are putting too much pressure on them.
Is the biggest movie star in the world really just another showbiz parent? While Will Smith and his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, are both incredibly successful actors and performers, their kids, 12-year-old Jaden and 10-year-old Willow, have become total overachievers themselves, but we can’t help but wonder at what cost? With Jaden the star of a global smash like The Karate Kid, and Willow known as both a fashion trendsetter and the artist behind the huge hit single, “Whip My Hair,” the question people are asking is, How much is too much for these kids?
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