It's a baby boy for John Travolta, Kelly Preston
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John Travolta and wife Kelly Preston have become proud parents of a baby boy.
Their son Benjamin was born this week in a Florida hospital.
The baby weighed 8 lbs, 3 oz.
'John, Kelly and their daughter Ella Bleu are ecstatic and very happy about the newest member of the family,' People magazine quoted them, as saying is a statement.
'Both mother and baby are healthy and doing beautifully,' the statement added.
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Image: John Travolta and Kelly Preston
Photographs: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
Most Controversial Songs of All Time
A track by British dance act The Prodigy has topped a new poll of 'Most Controversial Songs Of All Time'.
The band's 1997 offering, Smack My Bitch Up, was banned by the UK's BBC network, which refused to show the sex and drug-filled video or play the song as part of chart rundowns, and attracted criticism from feminist groups.
However, it has now topped the online poll of 1757 respondents by the Performing Right Society (PRS).
The single has been voted ahead of the Sex Pistols' God Save The Queen and Relax by Frankie Goes To Hollywood.
Eminem's Kim and Killing In The Name by Rage Against The Machine also made the top 10 list.
PRS chairman Ellis Rich says the results demonstrate the link between music and society.
'Many of these songs have achieved iconic status because of the controversy or because the record was banned,' WA Today quoted him as saying in a statement on the PRS website.
The top 10 most controversial songs:
1. Smack My Bitch Up -- The Prodigy
2. God Save The Queen -- The Sex Pistols
3. Relax -- Frankie Goes To Hollywood
4. Kim -- Eminem
5. Killing In The Name -- Rage Against The Machine
6. Ebeneezer Goode -- The Shamen
7. Suicide Solution -- Ozzy Osbourne
8. Get Your Gunn -- Marilyn Manson
9. Angel of Death -- Slayer
10. Dear God -- XTC
Image: The Prodigy
Will there be a Sex and the City 3?
Sex and the City could be returning for a third installment, if leading actress Kristin Davis is to be believed.
The 45-year old actress, who plays Charlotte in the hit TV and movie franchise, said that she would love to do a third movie.
'We all want to do it. I guess it's just figuring out whether we can move the characters forward any more,' the Daily Telegraph quoted her as telling the Mirror.
Talk of a third film in the series had been initially dismissed in the media, following a less than enthusiastic reception to the second film.
Image: A scene from Sex and the City