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Anne Hathaway pregnant with first child?

Last updated on: July 16, 2012 19:30 IST

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Photographs: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Actress Anne Hathaway and her fiance Adam Shulman are reportedly expecting their first child together.
Hathaway, 29, and Shulman, 31, went for dinner with their family and some close friends on July 12 and the couple had arranged the occasion to announce the happy news, reported Radar Online.
"Not only did both Anne and Adam have their parents at dinner with them, which is unusual, but the amount of enthusiasm and excitement made it clear that they were celebrating some major news, and while everyone else sipped on wine at dinner, Anne didn't drink any alcohol, which is an indication that she could be pregnant," a source said.
Hathaway and her actor boyfriend have been together since 2008 and have been engaged since last November. The couple are yet to set a date for their wedding.

Mariah Carey to judge American Idol?

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Pop diva Mariah Carey is reportedly in serious talks with American Idol bosses to be one of the judges in the reality show.
Carey, 42, might be making her way to the Fox singing competition after Steven Tyler's confirmation that he will not return to the American Idol judges' table and amid buzz that Jennifer Lopez is likely following in his footsteps, reported People Magazine.
"She's in play. They are in serious talks," a source said.
Since the show began switching up the panel when Paula Abdul left in 2009, the only original judge on the panel is Randy Jackson.
Jackson has collaborated with Carey throughout her career and delivered many hits.

I am the Beethovan of music today: Kanye West

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Photographs: Reuters/Eric Thayer

Rapper Kanye West says he has created the greatest modern music.
West, 35, who started his musical career in 1996 as a producer, said he is brilliant as a musician but has got many flaws as a human being, reported Sun online.
"I am flawed as a human being. But my music is perfect. You could go back to Beethoven and but as far as this lifetime, though, this is all you got," he said.
The Grammy-winning rapper performed a gig in New Jersey during the weekend and ranted about his perfection.

Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively married?

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A police report referring to 'Ryan Reynolds and his wife' has sparked speculation that the actor has secretly tied the knot with Gossip Girl star Blake Lively.
The police document was created after an officer attended their posh $2 million New York house on July 8 following a
complaint by Reynolds that he was being followed by a photographer, reported TMZ.
In the report he addresses the said couple as man and wife.
"Upon arrival, I spoke to Ryan Reynolds and his wife. They explained that this coloured vehicle was observed outside their residence, and proceeded to follow their vehicle in an erratic manner.
"They believed that this individual was a photographer attempting to obtain pictures of them. Mr Reynolds and his wife were advised to contact police should any persons enter their property," the report read.
However, sources close to the Hollywood star have confirmed that policeman had actually made an error when he
filled out the paperwork.
Rumors have been circulating for months the couple -- who started dating last October, following Lively's high profile trysts with Leonardo DiCaprio -- have become engaged.
Reynolds was previously married to actress Scarlett Johansson.

Oscar-winning actress Celeste Holm dies at 95

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American actress Celeste Holm who rose to fame in Broadway's Oklahoma! and won an Oscar for 1947's Gentleman''s Agreement, has died. She was 95.

Her other well-known films included The Tender Trap and High Society.

The actress's later years were marked by financial troubles and legal battles with her son over her fifth marriage, to a man 45 years her junior.

Relatives said that she died at home in New York surrounded by friends and family, the BBC reported.

Holm passed away on Sunday at her longtime apartment on Central Park West, in the same building where Robert De Niro lives and where a fire had broken out last month.

She got her first major Broadway role in a 1940 revival of The Time of Your Life, co-starring fellow newcomer Gene Kelly, and in 1943 she earned wide recognition while portraying Ado Annie in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!

She moved on the Hollywood, winning the Academy Award in 1947 for best supporting actress for her performance in Gentlemen's Agreement. There were also Oscar nominations for the movies Come to the Stable (1949) and All About Eve (1950).

But Holm's returned to New York and the theatre after a few years in Hollywood.

She also appeared in numerous television series in the 1970s and 1980s, including Fantasy Island and Falcon Crest.

Later in life she was caught up in a bitter family legal battle that pitted her two sons against her and her much younger fifth husband, former waiter Frank Basile.

Due to the various court cases over investments and inheritance much of Holm's savings were wiped out and left her dependent on Social Security in her final years.