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Dale Earnhardt Jr. used a pair of pink baby Converse to announce that he and wife Amy are expecting a daughter — their first child! And the way the couple found out about the sex of the baby is even more adorable.
“You get an email with a link to click to find out the gender. We actually sent that to Amy’s sister in Texas and she ordered the shoes and mailed them to us. We opened the box on the front doorstep,” said Earnhardt, who publicly spoke about becoming a father for the first time on Tuesday during an interview with NBC Sports Network. »
- Karen Mizoguchi
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is about to race into parenthood. On Monday, the Nascar pro announced he and his wife Amy Reimann are expecting their first child together and even revealed the baby's sex. Drumroll please! "Excited to share the wonderful news that @mrsamyearnhardt and I are expecting our first child. A little girl!!!! We are both thrilled and can't wait to meet her," the excited dad-to-be wrote on social media. He made the big reveal with help from a pair of itty bitty pink Converse sneakers. The future father and his wife tied the knot on New Year's Eve at a vineyard in South Carolina owned by fellow racer Richard Childress. With their wedding officially »
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is going to be a dad!
The Nascar icon took to Instagram on Monday to announce that he and his wife, Amy Reimann, are going to be welcoming their first baby!
The 43-year-old stock car racer shared an adorable photo of a pair of tiny pink Converse sneakers to reveal that the couple are expecting a daughter.
"Excited to share the wonderful news that @mrsamyearnhardt and I are expecting our first child. A little girl!!!!" the proud dad-to-be captioned the pic. "We are both thrilled and can’t wait to meet her."
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Earnhardt Jr. and his wife tied the knot on New Years Eve in 2016, after dating since 2009.
This new chapter in their lives comes as Earnhardt closes in on the end of his Nascar career. After nearly two decades of racing -- following in the footsteps of his late father, Nascar Hall of Famer »
A new little racer is on the way — Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his wife Amy are expecting their first child.
The couple shared the happy news on Instagram Monday afternoon, alongside a pair of pink baby Converse.
“Excited to share the wonderful news that Amy and I are expecting our first child. A little girl!!!! We are both thrilled and can’t wait to meet her,” the Nascar driver, 42, captioned the photo.
The Earnhardts were married last New Year’s Eve at Childress Vineyards in Lexington, North Carolina — a venue owned by fellow racer Richard Childress.
@dalejr and I are beginning 2017 as Mr. »
- Maria Pasquini
Not all Nascar people are siding with Trump -- with Dale Earnhardt Jr. throwing his support behind NFL protesters ... despite several Nascar owners bashing them. After Potus said NFL owners should fire any "son of a bitch" who takes a knee, two of the most powerful men in Nascar gave major stamps of approval. Richard Petty said, "Anybody that don’t stand up for that ought to be out of the country. Period." Team owner »
- TMZ Staff
It’s the finale of Nascar docu-series Road To Race Day today — and our exclusive clip reveals the super-detailed pre-race routine of legendary driver Jeff Gordon. The clip shows Hendrick Motorsports’ sees team-member Jordan Allen train fellow interior mechanic Adam Jordan on what he has to do to keep Gordon hydrated and prepped before the race. It was filmed as four-time Nascar champion Jeff Gordon prepared to take over the #88 car at Indianapolis for the 2016 Brickyard 400, when Dale Earnhardt Jr. was sidelined by concussion ahead of the race. Watch the clip from the Complex Networks series below as Allen talks...read more »
- Julian Cheatle
[[tmz:video id="0_ttplys9l"]] Dale Earnhardt Jr. has found the secret to boosting his Uber rating -- Money! The Nascar legend got the Uber blues on Saturday when he learned his rating was a crappy 4.0 on the 5.0 scale. He tweeted about it, "That's complete sh*t." Uber immediately reached out to Dale and tried to help him with some quick tips ... and Junior says his rating's been way up ever since. "I've been tipping really good and been nice »
- TMZ Staff
The Cars That Made America is a new three-part docudrama on History that focusses on the men who shaped the car industry in the U.S. Part of History Channel’s Car Week, the series details the roles of men like Henry Ford, the Dodge brothers, Walter Crysler and William Durant. Their vision helped shape and revolutionize the transport system and the car-dominated world they help build is still with us today. Dale Earnhardt Jr. narrates this fascinating tale that brings to life the stories behind the people who went on to build some of the biggest corporations the world has ever...read more »
- James Wray
Fans of Dale Earnhardt Jr. will soon see the race car drive in The Cars That Made America. The new series will land on the History Channel later this month.History released a press statement detailing the new series. Check that out below."History(R) launches its first annual "Car Week" beginning with the premiere of the three-night, six-hour event series, The Cars That Made America, hosted and executive produced by Dale Earnhardt Jr. on Sunday, August 13 at 8 Pm Et/Pt. The series uncovers the stories of the visionaries who built America's car landscape, changing our culture and shaping our country forever."Cars are a huge part of what America was built on - industry, innovation and inspiration," said Earnhardt Jr. "I am honored to be partnering with History as part of their event series The Cars That Made America »
After just seven months of marriage, the former Countess took to her Twitter account on Thursday to share that she and her husband of seven months, Tom D’Agostino, are calling it quits. “It’s with great sadness that Tom & I agreed to divorce,” she wrote. “We care for each other very much, hope you respect our privacy during this sad time!”
Although her costars had voiced their doubts about the former couple’s relationship, they were »
- Natalie Stone
Tributes are quickly pouring in for musician Chester Bennington – the longtime lead singer of band Linkin Park – was found dead in his home Thursday. His death is being investigated as a possible suicide, the L.A. County Coroner’s Office confirms to People.
Law enforcement officials responded to an emergency call from Bennington’s home in Palo Verdes Estates, California, around 9 a.m., an officer told People. TMZ reports Bennington, 41, hanged himself and was discovered by an employee
Bandmate Mike Shinoda confirmed the news on Twitter, writing, “Shocked and heartbroken, but it’s true. An official statement will come out »
- Lindsay Kimble
In today’s roundup, CBS Daytime announced promotion of three executives, while Misty Copeland is set to guest judge on NBC’s “World of Dance.”
CBS Daytime promoted executives Margot Wain, Ray Paolantonio, and Laurie Seidman. Wain was upped to senior vice president of daytime programs, and Paolantonio and Seidman to vice presidents of daytime programs. In her new position, Wain will continue as the current executive of “The Price Is Right” and “The Bold and the Beautiful,” while working on daily creative and strategic elements. Paolantonio will oversee “Let’s Make a Deal” and “CBS Dream Team… »
- Rebecca Rubin
Russell Wilson will return to host Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports Awards this summer, Variety has learned. The annual award show will air on Sunday, July 16.
Along with announcing the Seattle Seahawks quarterback as host, the network unveiled the full list of nominees.
“Super excited and honored to three-peat and host Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports 2017,” said Wilson. “Kids, get ready … three times the slime coming your way.”
The Kids’ Choice Sports Awards is the only kids’ show that celebrates the world’s best athletes and epic sports moments. The show features 12 categories, and the nominations are led by tennis pro Serena Williams, Olympic swimmer Katie Ledecky, Stephen Curry and Tom Brady. More star athletes were honored, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Danica Patrick, DeAndre Jordan and “Dancing With the Stars” champ Laurie Hernandez.
Michael Strahan hosted the first-ever Kids’ Choice Sports Awards, which since has been hosted by Wilson. Strahan »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Diy Network has greenlighted a new home-renovation series featuring Nascar champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his wife Amy Earnhardt for premiere in early 2018. The series will follow the couple as they transform a dilapidated historic home into a gorgeous modern retreat in the Old Town historic district of Key West, Fl. The four half-hour episodes will combine Dale's love of home improvement with Amy's interior design expertise. The couple will tackle renovation challenges… »
Dale Earnhardt Jr. wants you to know he’s got some major skills off the race course.
The stock car racing champ, 42, tweeted on Tuesday that he and wife Amy will star in a new home renovation series on the Diy Network. “Exciting news!” he writes. “@Amy Earnhardt and I are working on @DIYNetwork TV series where we’ll renovate a historic home in Key West!”
Exciting news! @AmyEarnhardt and I are working on a @DIYNetwork TV series where we'll renovate a historic home in Key West! Airing in 2018.
— Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) May 9, 2017
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- Mackenzie Schmidt
[[tmz:video id="0_3c1uecz0"]] Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he's decided to retire from Nascar after the 2017 season because, "I just wanted the opportunity to go out on my own terms." Junior opened up about the decision at a news conference Tuesday -- saying he thought about how he wanted to end his storied career while rehabbing from an injury last year. Dale thanked a bunch of people who impacted his life -- including his wife, fans, sponsors and his late father Dale Earnhardt saying, »
- TMZ Staff
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is waving the white flag on his storied career -- announcing he'll retire from Nascar after the 2017 season. The 42-year-old has racked up 26 wins (including Two Daytona 500 victories) in 603 starts since turning pro in 1999. He suffered a concussion back in 2016 that forced him to miss roughly half the season -- but he's since returned to the track and now the retirement tour begins. Think Kobe Bryant ... but faster. We recently got Dale Jr. »
- TMZ Staff
Mark Zuckerberg went for the ride of his life on Tuesday.
Donning a blue fire suit, the Facebook CEO sat shotgun in Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s race car as the Nascar star took him for a spin around a Charlotte, North Carolina, motor speedway. The unlikely pair averaged 175 mph during the ride.
“Holy s—!” said Zuckerberg as they zoomed around and around the track. “Woahhhhhh.”
- Rose Minutaglio
[[tmz:video id="0_3t19ozer"]] Dale Earnhardt Jr. just made Mark Zuckerberg drop an S-bomb ... taking the Facebook creator on his first ride on a Nascar track ... and it blew the billionaire's mind. Zuck hooked up with Dale Jr. at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Facebook Live -- and got his first taste of 160 mph speed!!! In the end, Zuckerberg called the ride an "amazing experience" ... and even got in the driver's seat for a few laps of his own. Like. »
- TMZ Staff
Congratulations to Dale Earnhardt Jr.!
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"Happily married!!! What an amazing experience," Earnhardt wrote on Twitter, alongside a sweet image of the couple from their wedding day. "Looking forward to the rest of our lives @Amy_Reimann. #honeymooners."
Honeymooners Earnhardt and Reimann certainly are -- despite a little snafu with lost luggage.
"I can't wait to see my luggage again! @Delta sent it on a personal trip of its own to get to our final destination. I hope," the 42-year-old athlete tweeted on Tuesday, to a prompt reply from the airline.
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