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Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec Expecting Twins

Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec Expecting Twins
Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec have two bundles of joy on the way!

The couple is expecting twins, a source tells Et. Johnson announced she was pregnant with a cute sonogram pic on Monday. 

Herjavec and Johnson, who met in 2015 when they were partnered on Dancing With the Stars, married in July 2016 in Los Angeles. This will be baby No. 1 and 2 for Johnson, while Herjavec is already dad to three kids from his previous marriage to Diane Plese: daughters Caprice and Skye, and son Brendan.

Johnson took to Instagram on Tuesday to reveal that she's getting her furry friend ready for the new addition.

Et spoke with Johnson, 41, and Herjavec, 55, in May, where they gushed about their first year of marriage. Watch below. 

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Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec Expecting First Child Together!

Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec Expecting First Child Together!
Kym Johnson is pregnant!

The 41-year-old Dancing With the Stars pro is expecting her first child with husband Robert Herjavec, she announced on Monday on Instagram with an adorable sonogram picture.

This marks the first child for Johnson. Herjavec has three children from his previous marriage to Diane Plese -- daughters Caprice and Skye, and son Brendan.

Johnson and Herjavec met in 2015 when they were partnered together on season 20 of DWTS. They later tied the knot in July 2016 with a lavish ceremony in Los Angeles. One year later, the two celebrated their wedding anniversary with a romantic Mediterranean getaway.

Et spoke with the happy couple in May, and it appeared the two couldn’t be happier in their relationship.

"It's weird because... I guess we're newlyweds, but I feel like we've been together forever in a great way, as well," Johnson said.

"Yeah, it doesn't feel newlywed. It feels great," the 55-year-old [link=tt
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Richard Simmons Could Owe $200,000-Plus Over Failed National Enquirer Lawsuit

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Richard Simmons Could Owe $200,000-Plus Over Failed National Enquirer Lawsuit
Richard Simmons might have good reason to sweat right now — but it would have nothing to do with the oldies, but rather the massive legal bill he could be facing.

Fitness guru Simmons could owe National Enquirer publisher American Media more than $200,000 in legal fees, after launching a failed libel lawsuit over reports that he had undergone a sex change.

Simmons filed suit in May, taking aim at reports from the Enquirer and its sister publication Radar Online, which is also named as a defendant in the suit.
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Richard Simmons' Enquirer Lawsuit May Cost Him More than $220k

  • TMZ
Richard Simmons just got the tab for the National Enquirer lawsuit -- which he lost -- and it could set him back well over $200,000 ... TMZ has learned. National Enquirer, and its parent company American Media, just filed docs detailing how much their attorneys charged for the defamation case, and they say the grand total exceeds $221,888 ... as of October 29.  You'll recall, Richard sued the tabloid, claiming it defamed him with a story saying he was transitioning to becoming a woman.
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15 Times Ellen DeGeneres Hilariously Scared Her Celebrity Guests

15 Times Ellen DeGeneres Hilariously Scared Her Celebrity Guests
Ellen DeGeneres is the ultimate scream queen — but not in the way you think. In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, the longtime talk show host is known to inflict terror on her unsuspecting celebrity guests in the most hilarious ways possible.

From Sarah Paulson and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift, see which stars have fallen prey to DeGeneres’ scary-awesome hijinks.

Sarah Paulson

To be fair, if we were confronted with a killer clown, we’d hide under the table, too.

Lea Michele

“That’s it, I’m not coming back,
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Richard Simmons Ordered to Pay National Enquirer’s Legal Fees in Transgender Story Lawsuit

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Richard Simmons Ordered to Pay National Enquirer’s Legal Fees in Transgender Story Lawsuit
More bad news for Richard Simmons. Fitness guru Simmons, who earlier this month lost a lawsuit against the National Enquirer and others over reports that he had undergone a sex change, must now pay for the costs that the Enquirer and the other defendants racked up over the suit. The amount that Simmons will have to shell out has not yet been determined. Also Read: Richard Simmons Suffers Big Setback in National Enquirer Lawsuit “It is further ordered that Defendants shall recover from Plaintiff their attorneys’ fees and costs of suit in an amount to be determined by the Court upon the filing.
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Richard Simmons Ordered to Pay for National Enquirer's Lawyers

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Richard Simmons just got a financial injury added to the insult of losing his defamation lawsuit against the National Enquirer. According to court docs, Simmons has been ordered to cover attorney costs and any other court fees incurred by the Enquirer. You'll recall, Richard sued the tabloid for defaming him with a story saying he was in the process of sexual reassignment. He lost the case with the judge saying being misidentified as transgender doesn't expose someone to "hatred,
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Rebel Wilson Wins Millions in Landmark Lawsuit, Gives Money to Charity

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Rebel Wilson Wins Millions in Landmark Lawsuit, Gives Money to Charity
Australian actress Rebel Wilson was awarded $3.66 million dollars by an Australian judge in a defamation case against Bauer Media who printed articles about her that cost her getting roles in Hollywood movies. The unprecedented large victory was against the 8 tabloid magazines under Bauer Media including Woman's Day and Women's Weekly, which many other Hollywood stars have had trouble with in the past. According to the law firm representing Wilson, the payout is 4 times higher than the previous record in Australia.

According to The Guardian, the large sum of money is purposefully large, as Justice John Dixon had this to say.

"Unless substantial damages are awarded there is a real risk that the public will not be convinced of the seriousness of the defamation, but will rather wrongly conclude that the articles were trivial or not that serious."

Dixon detailed the large sum of money under 3 main reasons. The first was
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Judge To Dismiss Richard Simmons’ Defamation Lawsuit Against Tabloid — Because Calling Someone Transgender Isn’t Defamatory

In an ironic twist, the transgender rights movement has been handed an important legal victory that will seemingly scuttle Richard Simmons’ defamation lawsuit against a tabloid that wrote stories claiming he was transitioning into a woman named Fiona. As Variety reports, the judge in the case has indicated he’ll be dismissing Simmons’ lawsuit against the National Enquirer and […]
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Richard Simmons Suffers Big Setback in National Enquirer Lawsuit

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Richard Simmons Suffers Big Setback in National Enquirer Lawsuit
Richard Simmons’ lawsuit against the National Enquirer’s parent company could very well be transitioning toward a dismissal. Fitness guru Simmons, who is suing the tabloid over reports that he had undergone a sex change, was handed a big setback on Wednesday, when a judge tentatively ruled to strike Simmons’ complaint against American Media Inc. and Radar Online LLC. The ruling explored whether the mere act of inaccurately identifying someone as transgender is actionable or not. “he court now arrives at the heart of this issue: does falsely reporting that a person is transgender have a natural tendency to injury one’s reputation?
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Richard Simmons' Libel Lawsuit Against National Enquirer Dismissed as Judge Rules Transgender Claim Is Not Defamation

Richard Simmons' Libel Lawsuit Against National Enquirer Dismissed as Judge Rules Transgender Claim Is Not Defamation
In a roundabout victory for transgender rights and a direct defeat for Richard Simmons, an L.A. Superior Court Judge tentatively ruled Wednesday that the National Enquirer and Radar Online’s erroneous claims that the fitness guru is transgender does not constitute libel.

According to court documents obtained by People, Judge Gregory Keosian ruled that their incorrect reporting does not constitute “hatred, contempt, ridicule or obloquy,” and therefore does not rise to the level of defamation.

“While, as a practical matter, the characteristic may be held in contempt by a portion of the population, the court will not validate those prejudices by legally recognizing them,
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Richard Simmons To Appeal Ruling That Misidentifying Transgender People is Not Defamation

  • TMZ
Richard Simmons will appeal the devastating ruling on his transgender defamation lawsuit, TMZ has learned, and that could establish whether people are allowed to say someone's gay or transgender without fear of lawsuit. Simmons' lawyer, Neville Johnson, tells TMZ, if the ruling becomes final he will absolutely challenge by filing an appeal. As we reported, Simmons filed a defamation lawsuit against American Media for a National Enquirer story claiming the fitness guru was transitioning to
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Richard Simmons’ Lawsuit Against National Enquirer Over Transgender Claims Likely To Be Dismissed

Richard Simmons’ libel lawsuit against the National Enquirer will likely be dismissed, said an L.A. Superior Court judge Wednesday. The fitness guru sued the tabloid over stories wrongly alleging he was transitioning into a woman, but the judge has indicated that misidentifying someone as transgender isn’t defamation. As Gossip Cop reported, Simmons sued the Enquirer, […]
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Richard Simmons Big Lawsuit Loss, Calling Someone Transgender Isn't Defamatory

  • TMZ
Richard Simmons just suffered a potentially devastating loss in his lawsuit against American Media -- which claimed he was transitioning to a woman -- because the judge just said calling someone transgender is Not defamatory. The National Enquirer published a story saying Simmons had undergone hormone treatment and was in the process of sexual reassignment. Richard says it's a lie and sued for defamation. The judge just said being misidentified as transgender does not inherently expose someone to "hatred,
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Richard Simmons Provides List, Why I'm Not Transgender

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Richard Simmons broke out a list of reasons explaining why he's not transgender ... not that there's anything wrong with that. Simmons filed new legal docs in his defamation suit against the National Enquirer listing the reasons why the tabloid got it wrong when it reported he was transitioning into a woman. Here are the reasons: -- I am male-- I am not transgender-- I have never sought nor obtained any medical treatment or procedure designed
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Donald Trump's Military Transgender Ban Comes Up in Richard Simmons Lawsuit

Richard Simmons is nodding in new court papers to the recent announcement by President Donald Trump that transgender individuals will not be allowed to serve in the United States military. Facing an attempt by American Media to kill his lawsuit over a false National Enquirer story about a sex change, the fitness guru says Trump's transgender ban shows there isn't societal acceptance of trans people.

Simmons filed his defamation suit in May after a series of articles he characterizes as "cruel and malicious" suggested he was transitioning from a male to a female.

In response, American Media has brought...
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Richard Simmons Claims Newspapers Knowingly Published False Gender Transition Story

As Richard Simmons’ legal battle against the National Enquirer and Radar Online continues, the source who reportedly said Simmons was transitioning genders is now claiming he never shared this information with the media. In a signed declaration filed on Thursday, Simmons’ former masseuse Mauro Oliveira — quoted by news outlets as saying that Simmons was […]
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Wnyc Studios Picks Up Weekly Preet Bharara Podcast

Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York whose path has proved of great interest since he was removed from his post by the Trump administration, has a lot more to say.

The former prosecutor will launch “Stay Tuned with Preet,” a weekly podcast that will become part of the portfolio of Wnyc Studios. and will focus on issues of justice and fairness. The podcast comes from Cafe, an entertainment brand that is part of Some Spider Studios, which is run by Bharara’s brother, Vinit Bharara. Preet Bharara joined the company as an advisor, stakeholder and content producer in July.

Preet Bharara, who developed a reputation for fighting corruption. financial fraud and violent crime during his more than seven years on the job, will offer commentary on the nation’s judicial, political and cultural systems, and will welcome guests to the program. Bharara left his post in March after refusing
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