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Jamie Lynn Spears' Daughter Maddie Moves Forward In Her Recovery From Her Scary ATV Accident!

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Bouncing back!

Life for Jamie Lynn Spears' eight-year-old is back to normal, despite almost drowning in a pond after a scary ATV accident earlier this month. Now that's what we like to hear!

Related: Jamie Thanks Fans For Support!

On Tuesday, the Zoey 101 alum took to Instagram to share a video of her daughter Maddie playing basketball (below). AH-Mazing!

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'Three Boys… Oh Boy!' Zoe Saldana And Husband Marco Perego Welcome A Baby Boy — Wait, What?! See The Adorable Picture HERE!

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Well this is a surprise!!

Zoe Saldana – who had not recently been pregnant, of course — just announced on her Instagram page that she and husband Marco Perego Saldana welcomed a baby boy into the world today!

Yayyy!!!!

Related: Zoe SHINES On The Red Carpet!

And also… how?? It wasn't immediately clear whether it was through a surrogate, or adoption, but whatever the case we are so happy for this rapidly growing fam and now their third baby boy!!

Ch-ch-check out Saldana's IG announcement on the boy (below)!!!

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Angelina Jolie Premieres First They Killed My Father In Cambodia — As Maddox Speaks At The Event!

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What an important and fulfilling day for Angelina Jolie, her family, and the nation of Cambodia.

Jolie premiered First They Killed My Father in the Asian country yesterday, and it was a family affair, with her children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne joining the major event!

Related: Angelina Takes On Donald Trump

Maddox — and young Shiloh — even spoke at the movie premiere, which proved to be an emotional look at a very important point in Cambodian history.

Speaking in front of the country's king, Norodom Sihamoni, and Queen Mother Norodom Monineath Sihanouk, Jolie got real about the film, the Cambodian people, and her own role in the production of this important piece of art:

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Meryl Streep Clarifies Football Comments And Gets Real About Donald Trump In Emotional Speech For Human Rights Campaign — Watch

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Meryl Streep is here to clear the air!

The living legend spoke last night at the Human Rights Campaign's 2017 Greater New York Gala dinner, and in a long, moving, and emotional speech, she addressed everything from her now-famous Golden Globes speech about football and Donald Trump, to praising her transgender middle school teacher.

Related: Hold Up… Trump Once Called Streep 'Excellent'!

The actress took the stage and started off by clarifying something that she had mentioned in that Golden Globes speech — that she does like football, and has spent much of her life around it:

"First of all, I do like football. Let me just make that clear. I gave seven years, seven of my youngest, prettiest years to being a cheerleader for football, basketball and wrestling." Streep also acknowledged that she was watching the Super Bowl this past Sunday. "I have watched more Pee Wee league football, Pop Warner football, JV and varsity high school football, JV and varsity college level and professional football for over 60 years, more than probably anyone in this room, and, yes, I thought the Falcons/Patriots game was the most exciting football game in history, but in my honest opinion, it is totally crazy that the winning advantage in a Super Bowl tie is determined by means of a coin toss! Sad."

Ha! Love it!!

But after that she went on to the serious stuff, and not only laid out President Trump as woefully unfit for the job, but also spoke to a greater sense of urgency in equal rights.

Here's a video clip of her speech (below), along with the entire speech text:

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