“I went through a really rough patch for about a year,” she said, referring to her ex-husband, Michael Ford, divorcing her while she was pregnant with her ninth child. “I was eight months pregnant, and I was hormonal. And I thought I wanted something that wasn’t for me.”
At the time, one of her children was fighting cancer.
Wyatt has found love again. She tied the knot with Zachariah Darring last month in Indianapolis. It’s her third marriage.
“The fact that I’m laughing and smiling is a beautiful thing,” she said.
Wyatt’s video, in which she discusses her new husband, ex, and child’s health, is at TMZ.com.
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade have welcomed their first child together into the world.
“We are sleepless and delirious but so excited to share that our miracle baby arrived last night via surrogate and 11/7 will forever be etched in our hearts as the most loveliest of all the lovely days,” the couple said in their posts, published at the same time on each of their profiles. “Welcome to the party sweet girl!”
The couple did not say the baby’s name.
The news of the arrival comes months after Union, 46, spoke publicly and candidly about being diagnosed with adenomyosis, which she said came at the end of her attempts to get pregnant.
“Towards the end of my fertility journey, I finally got some answers, because everyone said, ‘You’re a career woman, you’ve prioritized your career, you waited too long and now you’re just too old to have a kid — and that’s on you for wanting a career,’” she said. “The reality is, I actually have adenomyosis.”
Adenomyosis, according to the Seckin Endometriosis Center in New York, is a form of endometriosis that causes the tissue that forms the lining of the uterus to grow into the uterus muscle, damaging the uterus wall.
Union previously discussed her struggles to get pregnant in her 2017 memoir, “We’re Going to Need More Wine,” revealing she “had eight or nine miscarriages.”
This is Union’s first child. The actress is stepmother to three boys: Wade’s nephew Dahveon Morris, 16, whom he adopted, and Zaire, 15, and Zion, 10, sons from a previous marriage.
The baby girl is the fourth biological child for Wade, 36. He is also father to a 4-year-old son, Xavier, who lives with his mother. Xavier was conceived when Union and Wade were broken up in 2013.
Meg Ryan has made a big announcement.
After dating for years, and even breaking up for a time, she and John Mellencamp are engaged, USA Today reported.
The star of such romcoms as “When Harry Met Sally” and “Sleepless in Seattle” made the announcement on Instagram on Thursday with a hand-drawn picture of the couple.
Ryan was previously married to Dennis Quaid and dated Russell Crowe after she and Quaid divorced, USA Today reported.
She has two children -- a son with Quaid and a daughter adopted in 2006 after their divorce.
Mellencamp has been married three other times and has five children from his past relationships.
Ryan and Mellencamp dated for three years, but broke up in 2014, People magazine reported. He dated Christie Brinkley, but they broke up in 2017 and he and Ryan resumed their relationship then, USA Today reported.
Supa Cindy To Be Honored At 1st Annual Survivor's Gala In Miami
British actor Idris Elba has been named People's Sexiest Man Alive for 2018, the magazine announced late Monday.
Elba, 46, known for his roles in “The Wire” and the “Thor” films, is the 33rd man to hold the title. Last year’s winner was country singer and “The Voice” coach Blake Shelton, 42.
Elba called the award “an ego boost for sure.”
“I was like, ‘Come on, no way. Really?’” he told People.
He added jokingly: “Looked in the mirror; I checked myself out. I was like, ‘Yeah, you are kind of sexy today.’”
He also took to Twitter to thank his fans – and remind them to head to the polls to vote in the U.S. midterm elections.
“Your vote can make a difference!” he wrote.
Images of public figures named People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive through the years.
To the hip-hop fans dismayed at the lack of Atlanta representation at the Super Bowl … relax.
ELectronic Arts Inc. and On Location Experience will host the EA Sports Bowl at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest on Jan. 31 with a lineup spotlighting homegrown stars including Ludacris, Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, Metro Boomin’ and a DJ set from Lil Jon.
Tickets for the event, scheduled at State Farm Arena, will go on sale at noon on Nov. 9 at www.superbowlmusicfest.com/ (ticket prices TBA).
The Atlanta Music Showcase features several artists from the Quality Control Music stable – Migos and Lil Yachty among them – and co-founders Kevin “Coach K” Lee and Pierre “Pee” Thomas said their participation is obvious.
“Quality Control was born in the streets of Atlanta, so it made sense for us to participate with EA SPORTS to help showcase Atlanta hip-hop as the official kickoff to the biggest sports weekend of the year.”
In addition to the musical performances, fans will also be able to play EA Sports titles such as the latest versions of Madden, Fifa, NHL and NBA Live.
The Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest will take place Jan. 31-Feb. 2 and is expected to draw about 45,000 fans.
Gingers, snap to attention with pride, because Monday is National Love Your Red Hair Day.
The idea was submitted in August 2015 by Adrienne Vendetti and Stephanie Vendetti, sisters who co-founded the website How To Be a Redhead. The registrar at the National Day Calendar accepted the idea and decreed that the day would be celebrated annually on Nov. 5.
So if you have red hair, you can revel in your day, knowing that history has been full of men and women with fiery tresses. Prince Harry, Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I sported red locks. Several U.S. presidents had natural red hair -- some only in their youth, before politics turned them gray -- including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, Rutherford B. Hayes and Calvin Coolidge.
Lucille Ball, Katharine Hepburn, Bette Davis, Nicole Kidman, Molly Ringwald, Axl Rose, Jessica Chastain, Geri Halliwell, Julia Roberts, Bette Midler, Reba McEntire and Ron Howard are some famous redheads, along with the ultimate Ginger, Tina Louise of “Gilligan’s Island” fame.
Even some animated figures are famous redheads, such as Ariel of “The Little Mermaid,” Jessica Rabbit. Princess Fiona from “Shrek,” Wilma and Pebbles Flintstone, Lois Griffin from “Family Guy,” Daphne Blake of “Scooby Doo” fame and Carmen Sandiego.
And don’t forget Annie from the “Little Orphan Annie” comic strip.
"Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson is making headlines again – but this time, not for his breakup with singer Ariana Grande.
In Saturday's "Weekend Update" segment, the comedian cracked jokes about political candidates' looks, including former Navy SEAL Dan Crenshaw, a Texas Republican running for Congress. Crenshaw wears a patch over his right eye, which he lost in an IED blast in Afghanistan, CNN reported.
"This guy's kinda cool, Dan Crenshaw," Davidson said. "You may be surprised to hear he's a congressional candidate from Texas and not a hit man in a porno movie."
He laughed, then added: "I'm sorry; I know he lost his eye in war or whatever."
>> Watch the segment here (WARNING: Discretion advised)
Crenshaw took to Twitter to respond to Davidson's comments.
"Good rule in life: I try hard not to offend; I try harder not to be offended," Crenshaw tweeted Sunday. "That being said, I hope @nbcsnl recognizes that vets don’t deserve to see their wounds used as punchlines for bad jokes."
The National Republican Congressional Committee also issued a statement slamming Davidson.
"Getting dumped by your pop star girlfriend is no excuse for lashing out at a decorated war hero who lost his eye serving our country," the statement said. "Pete Davidson and NBC should immediately apologize to Dan, and to the millions of veterans and military families who tune in every weekend – because they're not laughing."
Pop star Rihanna has a special message for President Donald Trump: Stop playing my music at your rallies.
Hours after tweeting her support for Democrat Andrew Gillum in the Florida governor's race, the Grammy Award-winning singer learned that one of her songs was playing at a Trump rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee – and wasn't pleased.
It all started when the Washington Post's Philip Rucker shared the following tweet from the rally:
"It’s been said a million times, but here’s a million and one — Trump’s rallies are unlike anything else in politics," he wrote. "Currently, Rihanna’s 'Don’t Stop the Music' is blaring in Chattanooga as aides toss free Trump T-shirts into the crowd, like a ball game. Everyone’s loving it."
Everyone except Rihanna, that is.
"Not for much longer ... me nor my people would ever be at or around one of these tragic rallies, so thanks for the heads up philip," she replied.
Rihanna isn't the first musician to fire back at Trump over his song selections. Just last week, Pharrell Williams threatened to sue the president for playing "Happy" at a rally held the same day as the deadly Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, USA Today reported.
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