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Rebecca Romijn Gabs About Her Girls
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Rebecca Romijn and her husband, Jerry O'Connell, are "done having kids" and they are happy about it.
"I am done having kids," the 41-year-old mother told Us Weekly at the 2 Annual Baby2Baby Gala in Culver City, Calif., Friday. "Two was always the goal, and we got that and here we are."
The "X-Men" actress gushed about the couple's two daughters, Dolly and Charlie, saying she's "constantly admiring them."
But when asked about former husband John Stamos, she dished that she hasn't tried to keep in touch.
"I have no idea what is going on with him these days," she said.
Jessica Biel, Amateur Wedding Planner
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Lance Bass is preparing for a wedding of epic proportions, so it seems only fitting that while at fellow 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick's nuptials, he was soliciting ideas from the guests.
Bass told Us Weekly that Justin Timberlake's wife, Jessica Biel, had some "really great ideas" for his big day with fiancé Michael Turchin.
"One really cool idea she had was that, on the invites -- because we love our onesies -- send out personalized onesies to all our guests so that at midnight after the reception it turns into a pajama party," he said. "How fun would that be? I think we might be doing that one. That was something we both loved."
The show will center on a border patrol agent and married father of three living in a fictional Texas town who "isn't adjusting well to the cultural changes around him," the Hollywood Reporter said.
Is 'Downton Abbey' America's Favorite Period Drama?
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"Downton Abbey" fans rejoice!
The British series, just two months away from its season four premiere in the states, was renewed for a fifth season on PBS, Variety reported.
"Like millions of other 'Downton' fans, I can't wait to see what's next for the Crawley family," said Paula Kerger, president and CEO of PBS. "We're proud to be the home of this extraordinarily entertaining series and, along with our stations, we look forward to sharing season five with U.S. audiences."
Made of crisped rice and marshmallows topped with royal and fondant icing, as well as edible paint, the nearly life-size cake of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor was built by British baker Lara Clarke for the Cake International competition in Birmingham, England.
While Depp is 5-foot-10, he probably isn't missing those extra inches.
Clarke told the BBC a friend convinced her to enter the competition while she was watching "Pirates of the Caribbean." She thought Depp's character would make the perfect cake.
"He wears all these different fabrics, so he has lots of different textures to him," she said.