What is up with Kelsey Grammer pulling a Mel Gibson and getting his side piece pregnant before his divorce papers are signed? The 55-year-old actor, who just split up with his wife of 13 years, former Playboy model, Camille Donatacci, recently started dating a 29-year-old British stewardess named Kayte Walsh. And now the New York Post is reporting that Grammer has knocked up her up.
Brandy did it a decade ago. Jennifer Garner and Gwyneth Paltrow did it a few years ago. Christina Milian did it just last month. And plenty of regular people have done it for most of recorded history. We speak, of course, of the old shotgun wedding; a tradition that, fortunately these days, rarely involves a shotgun. Are you pregnant and considering a shotgun wedding? If so, we recommend you ask yourself a few questions first.
In the first episode of Entourage this season, Turtle is utterly confused by the premise of Knocked Up. Implicitly, we're told a sense of humor and, ultimately, a heart-of-gold do the trick but lots of inquiring minds find this to be a specious premise. Is this reasonable? Is a sense of humor really the end-all be-all for most women?
According to blogger Ian Halperin, a close source confirmed that Lindsay is indeed seven weeks pregnant. I swear she’s carrying,” the source said. “She’s going through big emotional turmoil. She’s not sure if she’ll have it or go through with an abortion that she booked to have in the next few days. Saddest part is she has no idea who the father is. She must have slept with more than two dozen men in the past couple of months.”
Seth Rogen has come out. (No, not out of that closet! But let's face it: the nice guys never make the tabloids!) More literally, the "Knocked Up" star has come out of hiding as a fro-rockin, chubby –but always charming– geek to reveal his leaner, greener self; his weight loss served as preparation for his upcoming role as lead in the big screen adaptation of "The Green Hornet", according to a Celebitchy report. "I certainly don't feel like a movie star – not in this body anyway," Rogen told the UK’s "Independent" in September. "I think when you do comedy, you play by a different set of rules. No one really wants you to be in that good shape. Being in good shape implies a level of vanity that isn't necessarily funny." Well, we still think he's funny. And that he's never looked better.