LOVE. THOSE. PANTS.
Ava Jackman may start a new trend. We are loving the shorts-over-pajama-pants look!
The daughter of Hugh Jackman and Deborra Lee Furness rocked her style while she scooted to school with mom and dad earlier today.
What are you doing November 14th? Well, be sure not to invite Amy Poehler or Will Arnett, cause they'll be raising money to save orphans!
Worldwide Orphans Foundation (WWO) charity gala recognize:
All parents know that negotiating is key in successful parenting! Or maybe it's just a last resort…
Whichever it is, Will Arnett is on top of it!
The dad of two says that he has to "bribe" his 3-year-old son Archie into finishing his dinner. And, with what, might we ask he bribes him with? Will says:
On his new sitcom, Up All Night, Will Arnett plays parents to a newborn daughter — a fact that Will's son Archie has trouble
A man in his forties is finally forced to grow up when he becomes a father. It's the character Will Arnett plays in Up All Night AND at home!
Will has played some real wild cards in the past (Arrested Development anyone?), but the comedian says he can really relate to his new sitcom role.
The actor who has two young children with wife Amy Poehler, said of new character:
"I've really enjoyed it because it's very close to my own experience. The story is not the same as my story, but there's so many universal themes here at play that I identify with, which are spending my 20s and the bulk of my 30s with very little responsibility outside of my own health and that of my wife, and then of course, culminating with starting a family. I identify with that. This is an area that I get, so for me, that's been awesome."
Aw!! He said fatherhood is awesome… kinda!
We LOVE all of Will's cooky characters, but this toned down Will-ish person is totes adorbulous and just as funny to watch. It's great to hear he loves working on it as much as we love watching it!
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results ratings are in! Up All Night — our favorite (and only) baby-centric new comedy — picked up TONS of viewers!
Over 10.9 million people tuned in to see Christina Applegate and Will Arnett as new parents.
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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Some celeb moms like to keep their beauty secrets all to themselves! Rude right?
Lucky for us the HIGHlrios Christina Applegate is NOT one of those women.
In this interview with Jay Leno the actress admitted she uses a “Mother Tucker” (don’t say that five times fast) to hold in all her jiggly belly! HA!
Props to Christina to her honesty!! The gurl knows nobody is perfect and she owns up to her problem spots — tiny as they may be.
Her and Will Arnett's amazing new show about motherhood Up All Night premiers TONIGHT on NBC.
BTW — We've seen the pilot and the show really is SUPER FUNNY!