Former reality star Vanessa Simmons and her boyfriend, Mike Wayans, have welcomed a baby girl, People reports.
Hollywood heirs Vanessa Simmons and Mike Wayans are expecting a baby, Essence reports.
Simmons, 30, and Wayans, 28, are having a girl. "I'm stumped thinking of little girl names," Simmons told the magazine. "But I'm excited because little girl clothes are amazing and I'm the girliest girl ever!"
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As R.E.M. sang, "It's the end of the world as we know it." Actually, it's just the end of Season 2 for the college drama, though Kappa Tau is hosting an "End of the World" party. The doomsday festivities coincide with some inner turmoil Casey is experiencing as she feels torn between her feelings for both Max and Cappie. This leaves Casey too busy to help Ashleigh, who's been accused of sabotaging a homecoming float. Meanwhile, Dale and Calvin attempt to help each other abide by a mutual purity pledge they take.
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Ever since Ozzy Osbourne invited cameras to document his dysfunctional family life back in 2002, networks have been trying to recreate the same magic by giving musicians reality shows to call their own. Now, 1990s superstar MC Hammer is jumping on the family-themed reality bandwagon with his new series Hammertime (premiering Sunday, June 14 at 10 pm/ET on A&E).
It's that time of year... casts are crossing their fingers to see if they're needed for another season, finales are looming with some questions answered and others trailing off into frustrating cliff-hangers, and a whole new cycle of shows promises to debut, return and get audiences to let go of present story lines and latch onto new ones. Here are the shows on my list:Finales I can't wait to see include Heroes (will New York actually explode?), Jericho (will Hawkins come clean?), Lost (does Locke return from his disappearance with the Others?), Gilmore Girls (even though I did not like the spoiler report from Ausiello), Brothers & Sisters (arguably the best new family drama out there) and Grey's Anatomy (who becomes chief? Who sleeps with George next?).Shows I'm anxious to dive into once again: Run's House (one of the few, if only, MTV shows I think portrays actual Hollywood reality), Entourage (poor Ari), My Boys (why do we have to wait until July?!) and Project Runway (Tim Gu...