And a very Happy Father's Day to you, ladies! While you spent your Sunday brunching and barbecuing with your own fabulous fathers, Channing Tatum chose to celebrate his new-dad status by releasing a special gift to the world: the first-ever pic of his newborn daughter Everly, who's getting some sweet sleepy snuggles on the lap of the Sexiest Man Alive. Tell us, is it weird to be jealous of a baby? We're, uh, asking for a friend.
Everly was born just a couple weeks ago to Channing and wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum, and it looks like the couple have settled in to parenthood just beautifully—and there's something awfully cute about the way they've both got the classic, slightly-rumpled look of two people who are being awoken and/or spit up on every few hours by a big-eyed adorable infant. And considering that the celebrity pair could've easily sold their first baby photo to the highest-bidding gossip site, it's extra sweet that they shared this pic on Facebook, of all places. It's enough to warm the cockles of even our cold, gray, stony little spinster hearts.
Congratulations are in order for former "Hills" star Kristin Cavallari, who has tied the knot with fiance Jay Cutler. The 26-year-old took to Twitter today to share the news—and an image of the couple's wedding bands.
Kristin and footballer Jay became engaged in April 2011, but called it off a few months later. They became re-engaged in November 2011. The couple has one son, Camden Jack, who was born in August 2012.
by Lauren Mandel
Congratulations to "Pretty Little Liars" actress Tammin Sursok, who took to Twitter this morning to announce that she is pregnant! Tammin, who plays bad girl Jenna Marshall on the ABC Family series, posted a picture of her pregnancy test, writing, "and the THIS happened #pll #positive #baby #pregnant."
The actress followed up her big news with a picture of herself and husband Sean McEwen showing off her new baby bump. But not to worry "PLL" fanatics, Jenna’s not leaving Rosewood anytime soon.
"Finally! Don’t worry! Still shooting #pll. I wouldn’t let you down!" she added.
With its bevy of bodacious babes and sunny setting, The CW's "Privileged" is one of our favoritest shows to ever gain admittance into the Annals of TV Series Gone Too Soon. (Here's hoping she's having a torrid love affair with "Freaks and Geeks"...) Canceled after its first season, "Privileged" followed Yale graduate Megan Smith (played by the perpetually plucky Joanna Garcia Swisher), who accepted a job nannying for a pair of spoiled Palm Beach brats with the hopes of writing a book about her experiences.
The series helped launch the careers of several actors—including "Pretty Little Liars" starlet Lucy Hale, who played twin Rose Baker. Though some stars haven't fared quite so well, we couldn't help but notice that this week in particular has been a very good one (dare we say, a "Privileged" one?) for the series' alumni. Let's take a look:
Drum roll, please! Channing Tatum and his wifey, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, have named their baby girl, Everly.
The couple made the announcement on Monday, the same day news broke she had given birth to their first child together while in London over the weekend. "Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Channing Tatum are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Everly Tatum, who was born on May 31st in London," People reports.
Prior to little Everly’s birth, Magic Mike himself opened up to Vanity Fair about fatherhood. And it should be noted, he totally called that the couple was having a girl. Jenna, for the record, guessed a boy was on the way.
Channing Tatum has been an exotic dancer, an A-list actor and a Sexiest Man Alive, but now he's got another title to add to his resume: daddy! (Or, to use the parlance of our times, daddy we'd like to...well, you know.)
Channing and his wife, the lovely Jenna Dewan-Tatum, welcomed a baby girl over the weekend, according to an Us Weekly report. It's the first child for the multi-talented pair, who married after meeting on the set of "Step Up" in 2006. Which brings us to this: With parents like these, this kid is entering the game of life with one heck of a genetic code. And while it'll be a while before we see how our predictions pan out, now seems like a good time to place bets on which of mom and dad's amazing traits the teensiest Tatum will inherit. So, let's poll it!
This news is making our dreary Thursday even darker. Word on the street is that much like their "Vampire Diaries" personas, Damon and Elena, Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev are no longer dating.
Sources tell Us Weekly that the twosome are "consummate professionals" despite the split. The source adds that they "will continue to work together and remain best friends, which is where the relationship started."
The season finale of the "Vampire Diaries" airs next week, and the show was recently picked up for a fifth season. So, if the report is true, despite the break-up, fans can remain calm that all will be fine on set between the former couple when they start shooting season five later this summer.
FROM MTV NEWS: Love actually is all around for actress Keira Knightley: Over the weekend, the 28-year-old " Anna Karenina" star tied the knot with rocker boyfriend James Righton.
Keira and the Klaxons singer/keyboardist married in a small, 30-minute ceremony surrounded by friends and family in Mazan, France. The couple had been engaged since May of last year.
Get more on Keira's nuptials at MTV News, including her surprising frock!
Here's some lovely Glee-ful news (which is also such good news that you'll forgive us immediately for making that terrible pun, okay?): Cory Monteith, star of the Fox song-and-dance series, is officially out of rehab and doing fine!
According to a report from People, Cory and girlfriend Lea Michele were spotted together at Los Angeles International Airport, marking the conclusion of his latest stint in treatment for substance addiction. Both stars tweeted out words of thanks and happiness on Friday.
FROM MTV ACT: Who run the world? Beyoncé, apparently! The songstress is teaming with actress Salma Hayek Pinault and Gucci creative director Frida Giannini to create the philanthropic Chime For Change.
More information is being released about the movement on March 12, but for now we can tell you Chime for Change is dedicated to empowering girls and women through education, health and justice. Sounds like the perfect venue for Beyonce's girl power 'tude!
Click over to MTV Act for the full story!