The Killing star Mireille Enos and husband Alan Ruck ( Spin City) say they are “awestruck by the arrival” of their baby boy. “The whole thing is a miracle.” Larkin joins big sister, Vesper, 3.
Kelsey Grammer says he named his bouncing baby boy, born Tuesday, Kelsey, but he and his fourth wife, Kayte Walsh, will call the “young man” Gabriel because of the tradition in Grammer’s family of going by middle names. This is the 59-year-old actor’s sixth child; he met Walsh when she a flight attendant serving him on a plane in 2009, while he was still married to Real Housewife Camille Donatacci.
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Cynthia Nixon got a little more information than she bargained for Wednesday on TLC’s genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are? The former Sex and the City redhead, 48, discovered that her great-great-great-grandmother Martha Curnett killed her abusive husband Noah Casto in Missouri in the mid 19th century. Curnett was found guilty of first-degree manslaughter and sentenced to five years in the Missouri State Penitentiary, the only female inmate.
GAME OF LOVE
Seems Game of Thrones costars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are back on. The two were pictured sticking to each other like glue at LAX earlier this week. Hopefully the real-life romance works out better than what happened between their characters (Jon Snow and Ygritte) on the HBO series.
The hunky guy wrapping his arms around newly 22-year-old Selena Gomez on a yacht in St. Tropez was just doing the same thing to Gossip Girl star Jessica Szhor last month in Portofino, reports The Daily Mail. It seems Italian yacht supplier Tommy Chiabra is quite the international man of mystery.
Popular 1980s band Duran Duran is suing its own fan club. The group accuses the suburban Chicago-based club of breaching contract by not paying the band promised revenue. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Duran Duran’s lawsuit names Glenview-based Worldwide Fan Clubs Inc. as the defendant. It says the band entered a 2010 contract allowing the club to collect membership dues and sell merchandise and get 75 percent of the profits.