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Fergie and Josh Duhamel welcome baby boy Axl Jack

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Fergie is one rockin’ mom! She went in for scheduled C-section Thursday, and came out with a bouncing baby boy she and husband Josh Duhamel named Axl Jack. He weighed in at 7 lbs., 10 oz., their rep tells People. TMZ reported that the couple checked in at hotspot hospital Cedars Sinai in L.A. and staffers gushed that Duhamel, 40, was chatty and nice. The rocker, 38, will get the VIP treatment, staying in one of the suites famously used by celebrity moms like Kim Kardashian.

New addition

Bada (baby) boom! Jamie-Lynn Sigler named her new boy Beau. “Everyone is happy and healthy,” a rep for the former Sopranos actress whose fiancé is baseball player Cutter Dykstra.

Happy couples

Christina Milian and Jas Prince are trying out the marriage thing. Photos from her social media posts in April showed what appeared to be a ring with a pear-cut center stone. “She is over-the-moon happy,” an insider tells the mag. The outdoorsy couple have been dating since September 2010.

How do you get over George Clooney? By dating someone richer than he is! Stacy Keibler looks to have joined the filthy rich-mate club like Salma Hayek, Elle Macpherson and Janet Jackson. Life & Style reports that the 33-year-old Supermarket Superstar is dating 35-year-old gaming website honcho Jared Pobre (how ironic that it means “poor” in Spanish). The two have been spending time over the summer in Europe, the mag dishes.

Sleep talking

Michael Jackson requested propofol at least a decade before he died from an overdose of the drug, a doctor testified. Dr. Christine Quinn said Jackson summoned her to a Beverly Hills hotel in 1998 or 1999 and asked her for the anesthetic. after he was undergoing dental procedures, but she refused. Jackson told her his time under anesthesia was the best sleep he had ever had, she testified. Quinn was testifying for the defense in a negligent hiring lawsuit filed by Jackson’s mother against AEG Live LLC, the promoters of the singer’s ill-fated comeback concerts. AEG denies it hired Murray.

Family problems

The daughter of country star Alan Jackson has been charged with assault, underage drinking and resisting arrest. Alexandra Jane Jackson, 20, is accused of striking a police officer and then invoking her father’s name during a traffic stop in Nashville. She was a passenger in a car that was pulled over so at least she wasn’t driving.

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