Sounds like she won't be getting her life anytime soon...
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How cute is this little family?!
Although the couple has been sharing adorable snaps of "the little dude" on Instagram (which you can see in the gallery above), the 30-year-old athlete gave us a more personal look into their life during a Facebook live video on Sunday.
While answering questions from fans on the way to the airport to head to training, Phelps admitted he just changed his first diaper… 17 days after Boomer was born! LOLz!
He described being freaked out by the "milestone:"
"I changed my first diaper today. The photos that (the doula) showed me of what diapers could look like freaked me out, not gonna lie. I was afraid to change a diaper at first, and today I was like, 'I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna have that experience before we leave.'"
It sounds like Nicole is holding down the fort on that front!
Watch the whole video to learn more about the growing family and Michael's weight loss since becoming a father (below)!
So so sad.
As we told you, former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza collapsed on stage and died during a performance in Studio City, California on Saturday night after a suspected heart attack. He was 51 years old.
While the exact cause of death has yet to be revealed, Menza's rep Robert Bolger tells TMZ that the musician's close ones are finding comfort knowing he passed doing what he loved surrounded by fans.
In fact, the Germany native reportedly began talking about his own death after Motorhead singer Lemmy Kilmister died last year – followed by a string of other influential artists. Nick even often said he wanted to die on stage when his time came.
His family has taken to his Facebook page to express their gratitude for everyone's condolences:
The Biggest Loser is in some hot water!
The NBC reality weight-loss competition show — which just wrapped its 17th (!) season of television — is being accused of drugging contestants in an effort to help them lose weight extremely quickly to make good television.
Former contestant Joelle Gwynn, who competed on the show in 2008, told the New York Post this weekend that she was given a bizarre drug of some sort at one point on the show and it harmed her health at the time.
Drama down in San Diego — and it's getting icky.
The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus was all set to sing the National Anthem on Saturday night at the San Diego Padres' MLB game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, but things went very wrong very quickly — and now, here comes the fall out.
The chorus, which brought one hundred singers to the game to sing the anthem, was trotted out into center field to perform — but something went wrong with the public address system at the team's home stadium, Petco Park.
At the start of their song, a recording of women singing the National Anthem was played over the loudspeaker, and it was never stopped.
The chorus then had to walk off the field after not being able to perform, and the group alleges they faced chants of "you sing like a girl" from the fans while leaving the stadium in shame.
Furthermore, the chorus alleges that the event almost didn't happen in the first place, as the Padres tried to make the entire group buy tickets to the game before they were able to perform.