Well, we guess we can all stop holding out hope that this is one of those quickie romances.
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We knew this day was coming, and we're so glad that it has finally arrived!
Although we wish we had more details!
Maya Rudolph has welcomed another child into this world although we're not sure we're not sure if it is a boy or a girl!
Oh well, we're sure we'll know soon enough!
Rudolph and her husband Paul Thomas Anderson, director of There Will Be Blood, already have three children including Pearl, Lucille, and Jack!
The SNL alum also divulged back in the day about how her priorities changed when she
The mother of three showed up on Ellen with her Grown Ups 2 costars, and the funniest woman ever did not disappoint us when she asked the question we're dying to know the answer to.
When does Maya expect her baby to pop out?
Her answer, more or less, was "hopefully sooner rather than later". HA!
Her and Ellen DeGeneres didn't stop there though!
Skip to around the 1:00 minute mark to hear Ellen and Maya blabber on about babies in the video (above) !!!
Well, if this doesn't put the final nail in the almost-buried coffin that is Up All Night, then nothing will!
As we've reported, numerous creative shake-ups to the struggling NBC comedy have already resulted in creator Emily Spivey and star Christina Applegate giving their two-week's notice, and now, it appears that Maya Rudolph may be following them right out the door!
But not exactly how or why you would imagine…
Because she's just announced that she and partner Paul Thomas Anderson are expecting their fourth child together!
Well, not announced to the public! Her representative hasn't made a statement!
But according to sources with NBC
Maya Rudolph and her daughter Lucille were spotted out and about in El Lay.
The funny woman was seen without her makeup, and the funny thing is that she looks beautiful even without it!
This is going to be one of the films that if you are in your 30s, you should probably go see!
Checkout Megan and Adam chatting in the park (awkwardly) above and a few more great scenes after the jump!
results ratings are in! Up All Night — our favorite (and only) baby-centric new comedy — picked up TONS of viewers!
Critics luved it too! The Hollywood Reporter's chief TV critic Tim Goodman said of the show:
"It cleverly touches on all the hardships a new addition brings, along with the joy — and manages to do this without being so sappy you want to hang yourself."
And if you ask us Maya Rudolph STOLE. THE. SHOW! She was PERFECT as Christina's clueless baby-phobic boss/bff.
The show is the perfect cocktail of touching and HIGHlaious!
If you haven't seen it, you really should.
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