From The San Francisco Gate Eva Longoria is giggling about a rumored sex tape scandal -- because she and new husband Tony Parker are too "square" to film their lovemaking. The "Desperate Housewives" star insists British tabloids, which broke the story overnight, have missed the joke in a spoof sex tape she filmed with comedian Perry Hilton for Web site FunnyOrDie.com. The chuckling actress insists she and her husband have never filmed themselves in the bedroom. She says, "Everybody was calling me (when the story broke) going, 'Oh my God...' Tango’s Take
From People By Mark Gray Pamela Anderson has said "I do" for the third time to longtime pal Rick Salomon. The pair tied the knot Saturday night in Las Vegas at the Mirage Hotel before Anderson's children and members of her family, sources confirm to PEOPLE. A conventional marriage it wasn't, as the nuptials actually took place in an hour-and-a-half between Anderson's two magic shows. Tango’s Take
From Reuters PRAGUE (Reuters) - A Czech couple who decided to take a DNA test to squash persistent pub gossip and prove that their 10-month-old baby was their own got a nasty surprise. The couple, from the southeastern town of Trebic, had some doubts about the child as her hair was blonde and they both had dark hair. Fellow drinkers' suspicions got on their nerves. Tango’s Take Do babies really get swapped at birth? In the 21st century? In Europe? This is amazing. The man may have been a bit bristly at the peanut gallery’s commentary, but his wife couldn’t have suspected anything. When was the last time that an episode of Springer proved that the baby wasn’t hers? Also, it seems to us that some of these Czechs aren’t too familiar with genetics. We’re pretty sure that a pair of brunettes can have a blonde (or ginge) baby. It’s not always the mailman (or Zeus).
From KaiserNetwork.org Pregnant and breast-feeding women should consume at least 12 ounces of fish and seafood per week for optimal brain development of fetuses, infants and young children, according to guidelines to be released on Thursday by the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition, the Washington Post reports. The coalition is a not-for-profit group with nearly 150 members, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, March of Dimes, CDC and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
From The New York Post’s Page Six By Richard Johnson October 5, 2007 -- JENNY from the Block wants to share the good news she's expecting - right here in her hometown. Bronx native Jennifer Lopez, 38, plans to "announce that she and (husband) Marc Anthony are expecting their first child on Saturday night at her Madison Square Garden concert," said an insider. A spy at her concert in Connecticut Wednesday night told us, "a fan blew the side of her top all the way up for a moment, and a definitive baby bump was there. Tango’s Take
From The New York Times By NATASHA SINGER DR. DAVID A. STOKER, a plastic surgeon in Marina Del Rey, Calif., has a surgical cure for the ravages of motherhood. He, like many plastic surgeons nationwide, calls it a “mommy makeover.” Aimed at mothers, it usually involves a trifecta: a breast lift with or without breast implants, a tummy tuck and some liposuction. The procedures are intended to hoist slackened skin as well as reduce stretch marks and pregnancy fat. Tango’s Take
From The Associated Press By Rachel Konrad SAN MATEO, Calif. (AP) — A new online dating service believes you can determine the love of your life after a three-minute video chat. Originally a project by a Stanford University business class, Speeddate.com combines online dating and round robin-style speed dating, where singles spend eight minutes or less interviewing potential matches. The San Mateo-based company is scheduled to host its first event Thursday, with three-minute sessions for up to 100 people who live in the San Francisco Bay area. Individuals will meet at least 15 prospective partners in an hour. Tango’s Take We’re imagining how this venture got started: Guy 1: You hear about this thing called online dating? Guy 2: Yeah. I heard it was pretty cool. Guy 1: Sure is. We should start a company that does that. Guy 2: What if your internet connection goes down on you? Guy 1: Then you wouldn’t need a date!
From The Times Online By David Rose A husband and wife have spoken of their joy after surgeons performed kidney transplants between two couples – the first such operations performed on living people who do not know each other. Roma Horrell, 57, from Cambridgeshire, and a man from Scotland received kidneys from each other’s spouses. Their own partners had hoped to donate their kidneys but were not a suitable match. On July 4 Mrs. Horrell received a kidney from the Scottish man’s wife during surgery at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, to where it had been flown. A few hours later, the Scot underwent an operation at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after a kidney from Mrs. Horrell’s husband Peter, 55 was put on the same aircraft for the return journey. The Scottish couple, from Lothian, do not wish to be named. Tango’s Take