It's great to see Hayden Panettiere doing so well!
On Thursday, Hayden took to Good Morning America to discuss where she stands in her battle with postpartum depression.
As you may recall, the 27-year-old actress first announced her condition in October of 2015, almost a year after giving birth to her daughter Kaya.
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According to Panettiere, she found strength and comfort in the character she plays on her hit show Nashville — especially since the fictional Juliette Barnes also happens to struggle with postpartum — so it's truly a case of art imitating life.
Hayden explained to the GMA hosts:
And it seems like they might need that right now.
Over the holidays, Kris Jenner threw a big Christmas Eve bash, and Rob Kardashian was the only one of her A-list kids who didn't attend!
While Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Kendall Jenner all donned their sexiest outfits for the family-filled festivities, the sock mogul and Blac Chyna blew off the momager's invitation.
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Now, a source is telling Entertainment Tonight the parents decided to spend the big night working on repairing their relationship in the wake of that huge social media spat, for Dream Kardashian's sake.
The insider explained:
Kesha is heading into 2017 with a handful of resolutions.
As you know, the 29-year-old has been through the ringer this year as she fights to get out from under the control of her contract with Dr. Luke – so it's not surprising she's ready for a fresh start.
Part of the Die Young singer's plan for the next trip around the sun includes "less screens" and "less Internet."
While this might sound like our worst nightmare, the blonde songstress was seen in El Lay on Tuesday (pictured above), the same day she posted a note to fans saying being more present in her "real life" may help with her anxiety and depression.
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Seems like a good reason to us!
Taking to Instagram, the songwriter announced:
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are quite the team.
Although Deadpool turned out to be one of the most popular films of 2016, the Canadian-born actor still had A LOT of anxiety about the project. Thankfully, Reynolds had his incredibly supportive wife by his side to help him through the stressful times. Awww!
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During a candid chat with Variety, Ryan explained:
Eva Amurri Martino has no time for haters.
As we previously reported, Susan Sarandon's daughter revealed earlier this week that her son, Major James, suffered from a cracked skull shortly after Thanksgiving when a night nurse dropped him. How awful!
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Despite opening up about the incident in a candid note on her blog, Miz Amurri Martino has since faced some serious criticism about the incident. However Eva isn't going to let internet trolls bully her over the health scare, as on Monday, she took to Instagram and posted:
For the past seven years, Carey Mulligan's grandmother hasn't been able to recognize her loved ones, but that hasn't stopped the 31-year-old actress from trying to connect.
While guest-hosting BBC Radio 4‘s Best of Today show this week, The Great Gatsby star opened up about her 91-year-old grandma Nans' battle with dementia since 2004.
Marcus Mumford's love said of visiting Nans in her assisted living home in her native Wales:
"Every visit for the last seven years, she hasn't recognized any of us … When we leave she won't remember that we've been there, but the sensation of being in the company of someone who loves you is something that we can't deny people — there's a calmness and companionship, and these really fundamental feelings of being loved and being taken care of by family who really love you. I think that's something, regardless of how progressed your dementia is, that stays with you."
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While the journey hasn't been easy, the mother-of-one admitted there are "magical" moments, too: