Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler
Kristin Cavallari and her husband Jay Cutler welcomed their second child on Wednesday.
The reality star shared the good news on Instagram, where she announced her new son's name:
The Olympic Rings
NBC Universal has secured a new deal valued at $7.65 billion to keep the broadcast rights to the Olympic Games through 2032. The agreement, which covers rights for TV, internet and mobile, also includes an additional $100 million signing bonus to be used for promotion.
"This agreement is excellent news for the entire Olympic Movement as it helps to ensure its financial security in the long term, in particular future host cities of the Olympic Games, the athletes of the 204 National Olympic Committees and the International Sports Federations," said International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach, who led the negotiations.
Neil Patrick Harris for Rolling Stone Magazine
Neil Patrick Harris worked hard to get in shape for Broadway's Hedwig and the Angry Inch and now the actor's showing it off on the cover of the latestRolling Stone.
The former How I Met Your Mother star wears nothing but a bow tie and strategically placed top hat for the issue that hits stands Friday, and his fiancé couldn't be prouder. "He's so skinny, and I think that really gives him power," David Burtka said. "His body is crazy right now."
Oprah Winfrey's original audition for The Oprah Winfrey Show (then called A.M. Chicago) surfaced online this week, 30 years after the host first filmed it.
The tape, filmed in 1983, features a young Winfrey explaining the origins of her unusual name. "Originally, I was named from the Bible by Aunt Ida, who named me from Ruth, the first chapter at the fourteenth verse, Orpah, but no one knew how to spell in my home, and that's why I ended up being Oprah," Winfrey quipped.
Mekhi Phifer has filed for bankruptcy, TMZ reports.
The ER actor filed last April, claiming $67,000 in assets, including a leather bed and 12-year-old Segway. According to the legal documents, Phifer spends approximately $11,600 a month, though he only makes $7,500.
Jimmy Fallon, Seth Rogen, Zac Efron
Everyone's least favorite recurring Tonight Show skit "Ew" was made a little bit better Tuesday night with the addition of Zac Efron.
While NBC and CBS are in the midst of major late-night overhauls, ABC has extended Jimmy Kimmel's Live contract for two more years, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Chris Messina and Mindy Kaling
Danny (Chris Messina) went in for a kiss again on last week's Mindy Project, but our favorite doctor was having none of it. Mindy (Mindy Kaling) shut Danny down — hard — for only wanting her when he couldn't have her. And good for her! Danny was acting like a royal jerk. But thankfully, he'll try and make up for it in Tuesday's Season 2 finale (9:30/8:30c, Fox) when he sets out to win Mindy back.
In homage to You've Got Mail, Danny places a missed connection ad for Mindy in a newspaper (because do you really think Danny's heard of Craigslist?) and begins courting our modern day Shopgirl under the guise of being someone else.
California Chrome, Victor Espinoza
California Chrome won the 140th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs Saturday.
California Chrome, who was favored to win 2-1, spent most of the race in third place, until pulling far ahead of the competition in the home stretch.