Olivia Wilde's Baby Bump Makes Red Carpet Appearance; Jessica Biel Went Solo

Olivia Wilde's Baby Bump at the Oscars
PHOTO: Olivia Wilde arrives at the 86th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood, Calif.
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His or her first red carpet appearance was simply stunning. Olivia Wilde's child, that is.

The very pregnant Wilde showed off her baby bump in a high-collared, figure-hugging Valentino gown at the Academy Awards Sunday, accompanied by fiancé Jason Sudeikis.

The couple is expecting their first child together later this spring, with a due date of May 4.

Jessica Biel Flew Solo at Oscars

Unaccompanied at the Oscars was Mrs. J Timberlake.

Jessica Biel flew solo at the awards ceremony, walking the red carpet in a Chanel dress and telling reporters that her hubby was off on tour.

They have been married for a little more than a year. Timberlake is on his 20/20 Experience Tour.

Snake Eats Crocodile
PHOTO: A python swallows the tail of the crocodile near Mount Isa on March 2, 2014 in Queensland, Australia.
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Monsters vs. Aliens, Tom vs. Jerry, and now, Snakes vs. Crocodiles.

The latest animal kingdom rivalry to take the world by storm was captured by an Australian photographer who taped a five-hour battle between a snake and a crocodile.

In the battle's gory finale, the python devoured the crocodile, which could be seen inside the snake as it digested.

Peyton Manning Cleared to Play
PHOTO: Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning gestures before an NFL preseason football game against the Chicago Bears, Aug. 9, 2012, in Chicago.
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Football 2014 is looking hopeful for Denver Broncos fans.

Star quarterback Peyton Manning passed his offseason medical exam to determine whether his surgically repaired neck could hold up for another season of NFL-size hits and throws. If he had failed the exam, Manning was going to consider retiring, according to ESPN.

Richard Sherman Thinks N-Word Rule is 'Atrocious'
PHOTO: Richard Sherman arrives at the 4th Annual Hall of Games Awards, Feb, 15, 2014, in Santa Monica, Calif.
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In other NFL news, the league's proposed ban on the N-word was called "atrocious" by Seattle Seahawk star Richard Sherman.

The outspoken cornerback told Sports Illustrated's Monday Morning Quarterback it was "almost racist."

"It's weird they're targeting one specific word. Why wouldn't all curse words be banned then?" he said.

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