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Dr Oz: Kim & Kanye’s baby needs care

 

The baby wait

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are going to have play the waiting game with their premature daughter. A newborn is considered premature if born before 37 weeks of pregnancy; theirs was born (reportedly naturally) after 35 weeks. Dr. Mehmet Oz was in the same boat, he told Us Weekly. “Our youngest child [Oliver] was born five weeks premature. So I know how hair-raising that is, and the most important thing to recognize is today, we can actually get kids to survive almost always, but if you don’t manage them really well early on, they can grow up to develop all kinds of issues,” Dr. Oz said.

Parking rage

Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Jeff Garlin may have take an anger management class or two. The comedian was jailed on a felony vandalism charge after a dispute over a parking space. Police Sgt. Harry Rosenfeld says Garlin was arrested for allegedly smashing the windows of another person’s car in Studio City Saturday. Garlin’s next film (for IFC) is called Dealing with Idiots, out next month.

Couples corner

The Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Barney said her “I do’s” with her partner of three years, Eddie Judge. The nuptials took place over the weekend at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point, Calif., in front of more than 100 guests, including RHOC cast members. The 45-year-old bride, who has been married twice before, chose three different dresses by Mark Zunino. An eyewitness told Life & Style: “At the altar was an upside-down gold bicycle and gold chandeliers with crystal and white flowers draping down.” See for yourself: The ceremony was filmed by Bravo for a three-part special called Tamra’s OC Wedding, airing on Mondays starting Sept. 2.

Believe it! Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky were an off screen item as well. John Stamos told HuffPo Live that while Full House (1987-’95) was going on, he and costar Lori Loughlin dated before they both married other people. “I would say that she could be the one that got away,” Stamos revealed.

‘Day’ in the sun

After being ignored for most of the evening, Days of Our Lives won the drama series prize at the 40th Daytime Emmy Awards — the first time it had been honored in that category since 1975. The NBC soap won only one other award Sunday in the ceremony at the Beverly Hilton, with Chandler Massey picking up the Emmy for younger actor.

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    Sean Connery loves soccer (and Caffe Abbracci)

    Sean Connery had dinner Monday night with a group of friends at Caffe Abbracci. Connery greeted and shook hands with fans as he entered the room and was overheard chatting with restaurant owner Nino Pernetti about the World Cup, saying he regrets that his native country Scotland did not qualify and that England was eliminated in the first round. He did concede that Germany was the rightful winner. Connery also told Pernetti that what he enjoys most in life after making movies is ... soccer. The ex 007 left the restaurant, saying “Cheerio,” to the owner and his starstruck guests.

  • As seen on TV

    Starz' ‘Outlander' brings novels to life

    Prepare to bend your mind. Premiering on the Starz network on Saturday at 9 p.m., Outlander is adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s wildly popular novels. Claire, a lovely British Army nurse on a second honeymoon in Scotland, is mysteriously swept from 1945 back to 1743, plopped into a strange and alien existence, including marriage to a dashing Scottish warrior, even as she struggles to return to “modern” times and the husband she left behind.

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