CELEBRITY GOSSIP

The who, what, where, when, and how of Hollywood's biggest and brightest!

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Oh BoY! oR gIrL!



Baby on Board?!? Just 14 days after the birth of daughter Matilda Rose, engaged twosome, Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams took their baby out to see the world. "They seemed so happy with the baby," an onlooker tells Us Magazine. "They didn't even seem stressed at all." The couple, who costar in December's Brokeback Mountain, even browsed through an antique store before hopping into a cab. Recent remarks from Williams indicates she's finding domesticity just blissful. She comments, "I'm really happy with things the way they are right now." First of all let me just say, WHOA! I had no idea these two were dating let alone expecting a child and to top it all off the baby has already popped out of the oven!!! With all the gossip about all the celebs in Hollywood being pregnant, not once did I hear the name Michelle Williams or see a photo of her in a tabloid magazine trashing her for how much weight she has gained blah blah blah (like they seem to do for everyone else!)

Teenage Witch Star Expexting a Boy!!! Melissa Joan Hart, star of Clarissa Explains it All and Sabrina the Teenage Witch, tells Us Magazine that she is expecting a baby boy with her husband of two years, Mark Wilkerson. And apparently, this little bundle of joy has already cast a spell on them! "It has been amazing from the day we found out. It just renews your romance in a whole different way," says the actress and budding director. And Hart says the support of her husband, singer for the rock trio Course of Nature, has been magical too. "He reads to my belly," she gushes. "He rubs cocoa butter on my belly every night. [And] if the baby is kicking too much, he has a little talk with him."

Moore and Braff Together On and Off the Set!!! Mandy Moore is set to appear in two episodes of Scrubs, the NBC comedy that stars her beau of more than one year, Zach Braff. "I haven't shot it yet," she tells Us Magazine of her 2006 role as his blind date. But Braff, whose big screen directing debut, Garden State, won an independent Spirit Award and a Grammy, will most definately be able to give her some pointers. Moore comments, "I am sure he'll be very helpful in terms of coaching!"