KELLY CLARKSON
Don’t Steal my Baby Names

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Delightful singer Kelly Clarkson sat down with Garrett for iHeart Radio this morning and shed some light on her personal life, including her (eventual) plans for babies. Oh, and pranking Adam Levine. Read on:

How hard is it to write an original Christmas song?
[They were] all written last Christmas so it was in the season and felt right. We recorded some songs in August. I made my friends wear Christmas pajamas and decorate the studio with lights.

You recently got to perform “Moves Like Jagger” with Maroon 5 on tour. How was that?
It was super cool. Adam didn’t know we were going to prank him during the song and my band came out dressed in drag. Adam pranked me by taking over video on stage with his face and yelling “Ahhhhh Kelly Clarkson!”

Got to see you on The Crazy Ones with Robin Williams
I agreed to do the show because I was going to play myself. I said yes because I was going to play myself but it was a super slutty version of myself. It was more fun but I was nervous because my fiancé was on set.

Any family pressure to have babies post-wedding?
I will have kids but I’m not giving my secrets…what if people steal my names?


Photos by iHeart Radio and Pompo/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES

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JULIANNE MOORE
Opens Up About Her Marriage And Family

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According to Julianne Moore, she doesn’t understand why men never get asked about their families and spouses during their interviews. The Hollywood actress opens up about it, along with why she always felt she should be a mother for her interview with DuJour Magazine. Here are some snippets of what she says:

On aging: “I just think that it’s boring! I don’t say that to you – I say that to everyone. Our fear of aging is really a fear of dying; aging is a physical manifestation of decay, and I think that is what’s so upsetting to most people.”

: “Men aren’t asked about age. Men aren’t asked about their children. Not that these things aren’t important, but I do feel like it becomes reductive when a woman’s life becomes, ‘Talk to me about your kids and how you feel about plastic surgery.’”

On her husband, Bart: “We are a family. We are emotionally responsible for one another, so we wanted to be legally responsible for one another, too. (It’s) something that I always wanted to do,’ Julianne says. ‘I didn’t know if I’d get married–I just didn’t innately feel like that was something I could be goal-oriented about–but I knew that I wanted to have children.”

On over-40 roles: “I do think that there’s interesting stuff out there, and it’s not anybody’s job to find it for me but mine. You’re always responsible for trying to figure out what to do with your own career.”

Photos by DuJour

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Jenna Fischer Chats With Rachael Ray About Her Husband And Her New Movie

‘The Office’ star Jenna Fischer stopped by the Rachael Ray Show to chat about her husband, Lee Kirk, and their son, Weston, and her new movie project!

 

Jenna says her husband is “so hands on” when it comes to helping with the baby:

He is so hands on, bless his heart. From the time the baby was born he will get up in the middle of the night and I would get up in the middle of the night to feed the baby and then he would take the baby and change it and put him back to sleep.

Jenna on how she met her husband:

So about 4 1/2 years ago, I met with a writer named Lee Kirk, and he pitched me the idea for a story, and I said “great, let’s make this movie.”  It took us 4 1/2 years, and in the process of developing and getting the film off the ground we fell in love, and we got married, and now we have a 7 month-old, and now you can see the movie!

Jenna’s sees her actual child all the time:

I see my fictional children about once every 8 weeks, I see my actual child all the time, but this is my example of what being a new mom is like, I have this really pretty necklace today that I wanted to wear, and I didn’t have time to untangle it, because I was rushing out the door from changing him, and feeding him, and I thought, “well I’m not going to let this necklace win, I’m wearing it anyway.”

Jenna Fischer on her new movie “The Giant Mechanical Man”:

It’s the story of a silver-painted street performer, you know those guys who dress up all silver and then they’ll only move if you give them money, it’s the story of one of those men, and the woman who falls in love with him, and I play the woman.  But I’m having a hard time, I get fired from my temp job, I get convicted from my apartment, I have to move in with my overbearing sister who wants Topher Grace, is in the movie, and he plays this self-help guru, he’s so great in the movie, he’s so good, so it’s a love story about these two kind of quirky outsiders.

 

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Salma Hayek Talks Marriage And Business In Marie Claire

Actress Salma Hayek opens up with the new issue of Marie Claire, which hits newsstands on April 17th, about meeting her husband, running a successful business, and no longer letting being an actress define her happiness.

On her husband, French retail magnate, Francois-Henri Pinault:

“He’s the best thing that ever happened to me and my work. I was trying to figure out how to have a child on my own. I came to terms with saying, ‘[Love] might not happen, and I have to be OK with that.’ Then someone came along whom I never would have pictured or thought I would have wanted; he was completely out of my box. Even though I was not looking, I was present and I was open. I am the luckiest person I know.”

On acting not being everything to her:

“What once was an expression of who I was – acting – also became my hiding place. But now I don’t depend on it so much for my happiness or my identity. And since it’s not my priority, I am doing the best work I’ve ever done.”

Salma on people who have a hard time accepting her as a businesswoman:

“Because I have a background in a different field, it can be hard to negotiate and make a good deal for myself. People always underestimate me. But if you stick around long enough, act out of conviction, and try to be honorable in everything you do, good things will come to you. I have seen karma work in this business.”

 

 

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