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American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino has denied reports she's expecting her second child. The 23-year-old fuelled speculation she was pregnant after canceling a string of performances in musical The Color Purple on Broadway earlier this year. Atlanta, Georgia-based rapper Young Dro, real name D'Juan Hart, was rumored to be the father of the child. But Barrino's spokesperson says, "Fantasia is not pregnant and the internet rumors are entirely untrue." The representative adds, "It is true that she has missed some performances because she has gotten sick from time to time over the nine months, but doing eight shows a week is a lot so she missed a few." Barrino has a six-year-old daughter called Zion. »
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The live TNT/TBS simulcast from 8-10 p.m. EST Sunday (with a tape-delay in the West) ranks as the most-watched telecast of the ceremony since it came to cable in 1998. Its total viewership average marks an 8% increase compared with last year's simulcast on the two networks.
Individually, TNT's telecast averaged 3.4 million, while TBS' drew 2.5 million, according to Nielsen Media Research.
TBS also saw solid numbers from an airing of the theatrical Men in Black II from 8-9:45 p.m. Saturday, averaging 4.2 million viewers.
Meanwhile, Lifetime saw good returns on the first of its four adaptations of Nora Roberts novels. The original movie Nora Roberts' Angels Fall, starring Heather Locklear, averaged 4.9 million viewers from 9-11 p.m. Monday. That's the best viewership for a Lifetime original movie since "The Fantasia Barrino Story: Life Is Not a Fairy Tale" debuted to 6.6 million in August. »
2 items from 2007
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