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Bruce Willis, Jay Cutler are new dads; Pink rumored to be pregnant


Two brothers shown the door by HGTV before their upcoming real estate show made it on the air to say that if their Christian faith cost them a shot at TV fame, “then so be it.” David and Jason Benham said Thursday they were disappointed that Flip It Forward was axed. After the network announced the show, the lobbying group Right Wing Watch labeled David Benham an “anti-gay extremist” and reported on statements he made against homosexuality and gay marriage.

Babies on the brain

It’s a full house for country singer Zac Brown. His wife, Shelly, gave birth to the couple’s fifth child — and first boy. The baby, named Alexander Frost Brown, was born Monday in Atlanta, weighing a whopping 11 pounds, 7 ounces. The couple are also parents of 7-year-old Justice, 6-year-old Lucy, 4-year-old Georgia and 3-year-old Joni.

Jay Cutler has another potential quarterback on his hands. “Welcome Jaxon Wyatt Cutler,” proud mommy Kristin Cavallari shared via Instagram. Big bro Camden is 19 months.

Bruce Willis loves the ladies. His lingerie model wife Emma Heming welcomed their second daughter on Monday. The baby’s name is old school like her big sister Mabel: Evelyn. The Die Hard actor, 59, wed Heming, 35, in 2009.

Singer Pink will be gaining some weight in the near future. The singer is expecting with husband Corey Hart again, according to OK! The couple’s daughter Willow turns 3 in June.

Slight hiccup

ABC’s Lara Spencer is apologizing for referring to Cinco de Mayo as “Cinco de Drinko” on a Good Morning America segment this week. The anchor wore, then twirled, a sombrero and mentioned that the holiday was the biggest day of the year for margarita sales. She held what appeared to be a margarita. She tweeted a day later that she got a little carried away and was sorry for the segment.

Hookup central

Robert Pattinson's rumored new love interest has been ID’ed as model Imogen Ker. Us Weekly says she is a close friend of Dakota Fanning, who introduced her to the Twilight star.

Is Daniel Radcliffe under a love spell? Star magazine is reporting that after almost two years of dating, the Harry Potter star has popped the question to his actress girlfriend, Erin Darke. “Dan is desperately in love,” a close pal tells the tab.

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