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Former Superman Brandon Routh and his wife, Courtney Ford, welcomed their first child on Friday in El Lay, a boy they've named Leo James Routh!
The actor, who will appear on the new series Partners this fall, revealed that Ford - who has appeared on True Blood and Dexter - was a "rock star" during the birth of the little guy, who weighed in at 8 pounds and 20.5 inches long, and continued:
"We're in awe… we can't take our eyes off him!"
We don't blame you!
Such a joyous occasion!
Congratulations, you two!
Enjoy this time together! It goes by so fast!
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First the awesomeness that looks to be The New Normal and now this?!
Network television is getting a whole lot gayer come the Fall, and frankly, it looks pretty RAD!
Ch-ch-check out a first look at the new CBS comedy Partners, from the creators of Will & Grace and stars Ugly Betty's Michael Urie and David Krumholtz as two childhood friends, one gay and one straight, who have grown up to be business associates and basically life-mates, despite both being in relationships…with Sophia Bush and Brandon Routh, respectively (above)!
Yes - you heard us correctly.
Superman is playing Michael Urie's BOYFRIEND!
We don't know about you, but HOMOliciousness aside, this actually looks like it has a lot of potential!
Looking forward to it! How about U?
We will SO be checking this one out!
The show is a multicamera comedy from Will & Grace creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, and it "centers on two lifelong friends and business partners — one straight and one gay."
Sophia will play the girlfriend of the straight guy.
Good luck, Ms. Bush! We know U'll be wonderful in this!!!!!!!
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is making MIGHT be making moves to become a major healthcare provider!
Sources reported that the largest retailer in the U.S. sent out a request for potential partners last month that would help the chain become "the largest provider of primary care services in the nation." According to the document from the company:
"Walmart intends to build a national, integrated, low-cost primary care healthcare platform that will provide preventative and chronic care services that are currently out of reach for millions of Americans. Walmart intends to do this in an affordable and accessible way while maintaining or improving quality outcomes. Walmart seeks partners who have a care model or capability that can help dramatically drive down the cost of care, while maintaining or improving quality on a national level."
Shoppers could have expected services including simple physicals, urine tests, and vaccinations, but now we're not so sure.
In a recent statement, the senior vice president & president of Walmart U.S. health & wellness said, "We are not building a national, integrated, low-cost primary care health care platform."
Hmm…guess we'll have to wait and see what Walmart has up their sleeve!