The party is bumpin’! Hayden Panettiere might look more beautiful than any other lady, pregnant or not, at the 2014 Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre in L.A. Aug. 25. The ‘Nashville’ star hit the red carpet in a gorgeous gown and revealed the gender of her baby.
Hayden was simply stunning as one of the first celebrities to grace the Emmy Awards red carpet tonight. The ‘Nashville’ star chose not to drape her body in a ton of fabric like some traditional maternity looks and with that decision a style star was born. Plus, she spilled a lot of great details about becoming a mommy soon, including the gender of her child!
Hayden Panettiere Confirm She Is Having A Baby Girl On Emmy Red Carpet
Hayden’s sparkling silver Lorena Sarbu gown hugged every curve on the mom-to-be who is expecting her first child. “The is the third dress that I tried on and it fiord like a glove!” the star, 25, gushed about her glowing look. “It might have something to do with the 2-in-1 package… I’m thrilled I can’t wait for her to come out!” OMG Juliette Barnes is having a girl!
The star who finally fessed up that she is in the family way during her Ice Bucket Challenge, is excited to have a girl on the way. “I want to go shopping. We’re trying to do a room… that’s in between that she can grow up in.”
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The ‘Nashville’ star and her fiancé, heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, 38, are getting ready to welcome their little bundle of joy. So what about names? “We have to make sure that it is American & Ukranian… we’re still working on it,” she said of the difficult decision to choose a moniker for her child. But the hardest thing is hobbling around in high heels, “The shoes, the walking around in the heels all night! My size 5 feet have never felt this amount of weight on it!”
And the most adorable thing of all is her cravings! “Campbells chicken noodle soup,” is what this mama wants. We hope she tucks into a nice bowl of after the show.
Are you totally thrilled that Hayden is having a girl, HollywoodLifers? Let us know!
— Carolyn E. Davis