As we previously reported, Carey Mulligan shocked fans when she arrived at the British Film Institute's London Film Festival red carpet sans baby bump earlier this month and has slowly revealed the details surrounding her newborn.
The typically private celeb first discussed her little one last week, while promoting her new film Suffragette on The Graham Norton Show and noted that she did give birth to a baby girl three weeks prior. Sneaky, sneaky!
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However, at Monday's NYC premiere for the new film she FINALLY shared her tyke's name — which is
Where did Carey Mulligan's baby bump go?!
Well, it disappeared because the brunette beauty gave birth LAST WEEK!
On Wednesday, the Oscar nominee made an appearance at the British Film Institute's London Film Festival to promote her latest film, Suffragette — and boy did she certainly shock everyone with her lack of pregnancy.
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A source shared:
Kristin Chenoweth is a phenomenal singer and hilarious actress — but she's also a very skilled "manscaper"!
On Tuesday, the Tony winner explained her fondness for helping groom her male friends on Conan – but was very adamant that she only did "just the face."
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After the 47-year-old told Coco that he had some "brow issues" himself, the host agreed to let The Boy Next Door actress pluck his eyebrows!
With the help of tweezers, Chenoweth swiftly took care of Conan's unruly brows as his eyes began to water!
Check out the manscaping session (below) to see the amazing final product!
Famous Longtime actor Roger Rees died Friday night at his home in New York. He was 71 years old.
The Welsh-born Rees, who won Tony Awards for his on-stage work, was best known to American audiences for playing English millionaire Robin Colcord on the long-running TV show Cheers.
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Rees' co-stars made public statements about his death, including Chita Rivera, his co-star on The Visit, a Broadway play: