What a happy day for this cute couple!
On Friday, Amanda Seyfried's rep confirmed to E! News that she and her new husband Thomas Sadoski welcomed their first child — a baby GIRL — into the world! Amazing!
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We first learned the actress was expecting back in November, only a couple months after she and her beau got engaged!
The stars started dating in March of 2016, while filming The Last Word together. The lovebirds were spotted packing on PDA on the set!
They initially met during their off-Broadway show The Way We Get By, but the blonde was romantically linked to Justin Long at the time.
We're just so glad that these two have officially entered the wonderful world of parenthood!
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It's been a whirlwind week as news broke of Mel B and Stephen Belafonte's split after 10 years of marriage.
Despite a happy social media appearance, the songstress filed court documents on December 28 citing "irreconcilable differences" and asking for joint custody of the couple's daughter, Madison Brown Belafonte.
With reports swirling of Stephen turning to alcohol and the former Spice Girl not wanting to give any spousal support, things certainly seem a little testy right now between the two.
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On Wednesday, TMZ reports the couple reached some common ground as they attended a family therapy session with their three children – Pheonix and Angel (from Mel's previous relationships), and Madison — at the home of Dr. Charles Sophy, Mel's longtime psychiatrist.
Sources close to the stars say this was done in effort to make sure the kids are doing alright amid the public breakup.
We'll keep you updated as we learn more about what's next for the family.
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Billie Lourd is her grandmother's granddaughter.
The 24-year-old's uncle Todd Fisher said he's letting niece "breathe" following the tragic deaths of her mother Carrie Fisher and grandmother Debbie Reynolds.
Related: Todd Says Debbie Asked For His 'Permission' To Pass Away!
Speaking with Entertainment Tonight's Nancy O'Dell, the brother of the Star Wars icon said Lourd is doing the best she can in the wake of losing the two most influential women in her life.
The 59-year-old said the whole family is feeling the absence of Fisher and Reynolds' big personalities, confessing:
What a huge reveal!
In December 2016, Hollywood was shocked when legendary mother-daughter duo Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher died one day a part.
Fast forward to Wednesday, Reynolds' son Todd Fisher gave an interview to ET where he opens up about how he's doing since losing both his mom and his sister months ago.
Related: Billie Lourd Continues To Remember Her Mom
During the sit-down, the producer discloses that the Singin' In The Rain actress actually asked for his 'permission' to die hours after Carrie passed away.
The 59-year-old said:
We are genuinely so happy for him!
Ben Affleck is reportedly in a really good place only a week after he admitted he had undergone treatment for alcohol addiction at a rehab center.
Related: Ben Reportedly 'Happy' At Home With His Family
A source close to the actor told Entertainment Tonight:
"Ben is doing great. He is still very taken aback by the outpouring of support since making his very personal announcement."
Aww! We're sure the support has been a positive influence!
The Justice League star was spotted (above) Monday while picking up daughter Seraphina from school in Santa Monica.
We're thrilled to hear that he's doing well. We wish him the best and hope he can continue getting better and better.
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Ryan Reynolds isn't going to sugarcoat parenthood for you.
Because apparently, having children is anxiety-inducing — even for movie stars!
The actor talked about being a dad at the SXSW premiere of his new movie Life over the weekend, and admitted that raising kids gives him a wee bit of anxiety.
Related: Ryan Gushes Over Jake's Cooking Skills!
Speaking to ET's Carly Steel the 40-year-old said:
"I think you're just more desperate in everything you do cause you're like, 'I've got 10 minutes to do this, and then I gotta get home for a thing, and a thing, and a thing…'"
Reynolds confessed that all those fatherly "things" tend to add up, continuing: