Is Pink pregnant?
Pink may be the next one on the baby train. UsWeekly.com reports the sassy singer, 31, is expecting a baby with on-again husband Carey Hart.
Pink may be the next one on the baby train.
``She's 12 weeks along,'' a source told the site.
Pink and the motocross racer have had a rocky road -- they married in January 2006, separated in 2008, then reunited the next year.
The Please Don't Leave Me singer recently Tweeted that she had some plans for the near future: ``Thinkin about hibernating for winter.''
GENTLEMAN TO THE END
Unreal. Bristol Palin managed to stay afloat again on Dancing with the Stars. Who is voting for this girl? We know the entire state of Alaska, but c'mon.
Sent packing: Former QB Kurt Warner, a gentleman to the end. Upon leaving the ballroom, the father of seven sounded more like an athlete who had lost a game: ``I learned a long time ago that life isn't about winning and losing competitions,'' Warner said. ``It's about relationships and impacting people. And so I thank everybody at Dancing with the Stars because it gave me an opportunity to impact people and build relationships.''
Kendra Wilkinson is going back to her roots -- Playboy.
The reality TV starlet is posing in the buff for the fifth time. The fun-loving blonde appears on the cover of the December issue in an eight-page pictorial.
But the E! star can't tell a lie -- the new mom isn't as skinny as she appears. The photos were taken from a shoot the 25-year-old did pre-baby over two years ago.
It's looking like Demi Lovato's problems may be more serious than first speculated.
The Sonny with a Chance star, 18, entered rehab last week for ``issues with self image'' after a blow-up with a dancer on her tour.
What was the fight about? Sources say the dancer was going to tattle that Demi was drinking. But alcohol may not be the Disney star's poison of choice; Life & Style reports that it's cocaine.
The mag caught up with a Texas college student who partied with the teenager in December of last year. ``She was doing line after line like a pro,'' Brian Payne told L&S.
A MOTHER'S PAIN
Marie Osmond tells Oprah Winfrey Thursday that her son's suicide was ``probably the hardest thing'' she's been through.
Osmond says it was a ``calculated decision'' for her to return to work within weeks of her son's death because the ``stage is my safe place.''
Talk about your kitchen nightmares. Gordon Ramsay is in one nasty family feud. The hotheaded chef released a letter in London's Evening Standard accusing his father-in-law and ex business partner of acting like a (yes!) dictator.
Trouble brewed when Ramsay fired Chris Hutcheson as head honcho of Gordon Ramsay Holdings after 12 years. Seems the old guy had turned into a ``monster,'' said the Hell's Kitchen host.
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