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Olivia’s Wilde about pregnancy


Olivia Wilde is already cracking jokes about her pregnancy. Shortly after the Drinking Buddies actress’ rep confirmed to Us Weekly that she and her 38-year-old fiancé Jason Sudeikis were expecting their first child together, the 29-year-old beauty took to Twitter to thank her 1.2 million followers for their well wishes, then added, “P.S. Babies eat mostly salsa, right?”

New prince

Speaking of babies, erstwhile Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star Alfonso Ribeiro and his wife, writer Angela Unkrich, are new parents of a baby boy, Alfonso Lincoln Ribeiro, Jr. Ribeiro, who played Will Smith’s snooty cousin Carlton on the classic sitcom, has an 11-year-old daughter Sienna from his crumbled marriage to In the House actress Robin Stapler. Ribeiro is 42; Unkrich, 32. They married last year.

Affair of the heart

Could Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett be having a Band-Aid baby? Sources tell RadarOnline that the pregnant former playmate carried on with ex linebacker boyfriend, Shawne Merriman, last summer in San Diego, where she was for a paid appearance.

Future is bright

Ciara is getting a last name. The R&B singer and rapper-producer Future (born Nayvadius D. Wilburn) are engaged. Future surprised the Like A Boy singer with a 15-carat diamond ring over the weekend, their publicist, Chris Chambers, told The Associated Press. He popped the question while celebrating Ciara’s 28th year on earth in NYC.

Back in action

Austin Mahone is feeling well enough to reschedule his concert at the Fillmore Miami Beach. The date now stands at Feb. 24 (a Monday). The YouTube phenom had to cancel his show earlier this month because he ended up with a blood clot in his lungs. Let’s hope the kid’s health holds up. For more updates, go to www.austinmahone.com.

For rent

Will the Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom marriage last? Dunno. One thing’s for sure: Their Pinecrest mansion is for rent. The couple under siege has officially listed their 8,600 square foot, six bedroom, eight bath spread for $17,000 a month. See it on realty website www.zillow.com

Shock value

Lady Gaga will not be ignored. Taking a page from the Miley Cyrus playbook, the ARTPOP singer, 27, showed it all off during a surprise set Saturday night at a gay club in London. No word on if she licked a wrecking ball. Meanwhile, Cyrus tells the November issue of Cosmo that she’s annoyed by some celebs who have turned their back on her since the VMAs. At least some are still in her corner, she said. Kanye West and Katy Perry.

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