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Motherhood looks good on Hayden Panettiere! Sporting a pink pantsuit with a pink button-down, the "Nashville" star debuted her post-baby bod during an appearance on "Good Morning America" on Monday. During the interview, she opened up about how life has changed since she welcomed her daughter, Kaya, back in December. "Out of body," the actress says of motherhood. "As long as your kids are healthy and happy, it's fabulous." "You just re-prioritize," she continues. "You hear that they're healthy and you don't care about yourself anymore. It's the most out of body experience. I will completely lay myself on the line for my child without even a hesitation." The 25-year-old beauty shared her first pic of her baby girl in January, and we're dying to see what the little one looks like now. Just look at that sweet little face! Hayden has certainly embraced life as a new mom, but »
- tooFab Staff
You glow, girl! A beaming Hayden Panettiere opened up to Good Morning America about life as a new mom to her baby daughter Kaya, whom she welcomed last December with fiancé Wladimir Klitschko. "[It's] out of body," the Nashville star, 25, noted to fellow mom Lara Spencer. "As you know. You know what it's like. As long as your kids are happy and healthy and all good -- it's fabulous." According to Panettiere, motherhood has taught her to view life from a brand-new perspective. "You just re-prioritize, as [...] »
Hayden Panettiere still has that new mom glow! Four months after she gave birth to daughter Kaya Evdokia Klitschko, the 25-year-old actress opened up about her "out of body experience" as a new mom on ABC's Good Morning America Monday. "You know what it's like," she told co-anchor Lara Spencer, who has two kids of her own. "As long as your kids are healthy and happy and all good, I mean, it's fabulous. It's fabulous!" Hayden also agreed that motherhood "absolutely" changed her lease on life. "You just reprioritize, as you said before, and you hear that they're healthy and you don't care about yourself anymore," the actress explained. "I »
Sarah Stage is bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase "post-baby body". The fit model first made headlines for having the tiniest baby bump ever (left) and now she's creating more buzz for her incredible physique after giving birth. The social media star welcomed her son James Hunter less then a week ago and took to Instagram to show off her unreal body (right). In the snap, the 30-year-old dons a leopard print bra and black underwear as she snaps a selfie ... looking like she wasn't ever pregnant in the first place. "4 days post baby. Total pregnancy weight gain was 28 pounds. I'm excited to resume my workouts in 5 weeks!! #JamesHunter #HealthyBaby #GrannyPanties," she captioned the photo. Sarah's well documented pregnancy came under fire by some who thought her "skinny" appearance was harmful to her then unborn baby. The star appeared on "Good Morning America" last month to address the uproar and defend her appearance. »
- tooFab Staff
Scientology isn't controversial—at least, not if you ask John Travolta. So why is the religion often scrutinized? "Mostly because it's not understood," the 61-year-old actor and outspoken Scientologist explained on Monday's Good Morning America. "You know, people really need to take time and read a book...That's my advice." "You could read New Slant on Life or Dianetics," he suggested, "and I think if you really read it, you'll understand it. But unless you do, you'll speculate, and I think it's a mistake to do that." So why, Gma's Amy Robach wanted to know, has Scientology "become such a target for critics"? According to Travolta, »
Scientology has been under attack for years, and despite claims against the church resurfacing in HBO’s documentary Going Clear, devoted Scientologist John Travolta says his religion is simply “misunderstood.” Photos: Fellow celeb Scientologist “You know, people really need to take time and read a book…that’s my advice,” Travolta, who has practiced the religion for over 40 years, said during an appearance on Good Morning America on Monday, April 20. "You could read New Slant on Life or Dianetics, and I think if you really read it, you'll understand [...] »
Avril Lavigne is on the mend, and ready to get back into fighting shape as she recovers from the debilitating effects of her recent Lyme disease diagnosis. Opening up to Good Morning America in a telephone interview on Thursday, April 16, the 30-year-old "Complicated" singer said her decision to go public with her illness came after a long, private search for answers. "I went from doctor to doctor for about eight months until I found somebody that had the knowledge of Lyme disease and the experience of [...] »
Avril Lavigne is determined to send a strong, inspirational message to her legions of fans around the globe. The singer debuted her latest track, "Fly," during a guest appearance on Good Morning America today and announced that all of the net proceeds will go to the Special Olympics. "I wanted the athletes to be the stars of the video and, just like the message of the song, to show the world that they can overcome the challenges and that everyone is meant to shine," she shared. The 30-year-old also opened up about her battle with Lyme disease, saying, "I believe that I will come out of this healthier and stronger than I was before…I've gained a lot of perspective on my »
After the star-studded Coachella festivities, your favorite celebrities went back to their daily routines. Vanessa Hudgens made an appearance on The View, while Uzo Aduba talked about Orange Is the New Black on Good Morning America. The cast of Pretty Little Liars flew to New York City together, and Blake Lively traveled with her stylish mother. Keep reading to see the rest of this week's cutest celebrity candids, and be sure to follow Popsugar on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Source: Instagram »
The 74th Peabody Entertainment Awards were announced on Thursday's Good Morning America, and Jane the Virgin, Fargo and The Americans are among the honorees. The University of Georgia's (Uga) list of entertainment programs chosen for the annual Peabody Awards highlighted numerous female-leading programs, with Maggie Gyllenhaal's The Honorable Woman and Amy Schumer's Inside Amy Schumer each claiming a win. Peabody winners will be presented with their awards at a gala on May 31, the first-ever red-carpet evening ceremony for the awards. Peabody-winner Fred Armisen is set to host the gala at Cipriani Wall Street in
- THR Staff
Netflix has ordered a fourth season for its hit women’s prison comedy drama Orange is the New Black. Orange Is New Black Season 4 Uzo Aduba announced the new season on Good Morning America Wednesday, telling George Stephanopoulos, “Season four is now the new news.” The incomparable @UzoAduba announced on @Gma that #Oitnb is renewed […]
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- Chelsea Regan
Netflix may have waited before the arrival of Season 3 before confirming that House of Cards would return in 2016 – there’s a presidential election to be won, after all – but the online giant has wasted no time in renewing another of the company’s hit original series, Orange is the New Black, which today secured a season 4.
Announced during Good Morning America, it was Uzo Aduba (who plays fan favorite Suzanne, or Crazy Eyes, on the show) who broke the news that our stint in the Litchfield Correctional Institution was far from over. During the interview, the actress also touched upon the innate appeal of the well-received prison drama, and how empathy is ultimately the key to its continued popularity.
I think people find themselves surprisingly relating to a lot of these characters. It’s not just exclusively about inmates. These are people’s mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, neighbors, employees, and »
- Michael Briers
It appears that Netflix is really enjoying lockup. The streaming company just announced today that it has renewed its Emmy-winning comedy (I’m sorry, Emmy-winning drama, according to the Academy—yeah, I still don’t get that one) Orange Is the New Black for a fourth season. The renewal news was first shared by Orange Is the New Black star Uzo Aduba, who won an Emmy last year for her performance as “Crazy Eyes,” as she made the announcement earlier this morning on Good Morning America. “Season 4 is now the new news,” Aduba told George Stephanopoulos, before showing a clip involving her character, Poussey (played by Samira Wiley), Taystee (played by Danielle Brooks), and Black Cindy (played by Adrienne C. Moore). The Orange Is the New Black cast and crew will head back to work for Season 4 in June, right around the time that the show’s third season will debut on Netflix, »
- Chris King
Netflix is extending its prison term: Orange Is the New Black has been renewed for a fourth season. Uzo Aduba, an Emmy winner for her role as Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on the hit dramedy, made the announcement on Good Morning America Wednesday. "Season four is now the new news," Aduba told George Stephanopoulos. The cast reports back to work in June. Aduba also previewed a new clip featuring her character, plus Samira Wiley as Poussey, Danielle Brooks as Taystee, Adrienne C. Moore as Black Cindy. In the scene, the characters discuss the fate of Vee (Lorraine Toussaint). According to Poussey, Vee is dead. But Crazy Eyes maintains Vee is alive and well. "Vee is fine! She's coming back for »
Kelly Rutherford's heartbreaking custody battle isn't getting any easier. In a pre-taped interview with Good Morning America on Tuesday, April 14, the Gossip Girl alum spoke out about a federal court denying her request to bring her children back home to NYC. "I know it's not right. Parents know — everyone knows it's not right," Rutherford, 46, said of the devastating blow. "I can sit here and tell you how often I cry. I can tell you how it feels to leave my kids in a foreign [...] »
Still locked up! Netflix announced on Wednesday, April 15, that more Orange Is the New Black is in the works from the streaming service. With two months to go until the third season premiere of Oitnb, Netflix broke the news that the drama will be getting a fourth season. Uzo Aduba, who plays Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren, dished to Good Morning America on Wednesday about the exciting news. "Excited to chat with @Gma in a few minutes and share some @oitnb news," she tweeted before her appearance. "Tune [...] »
In April of 2013, Gwyneth Paltrow was named America's Most Hated Celebrity by Star Magazine, which makes sense considering the amount of vitriol that's so regularly spewed at the Goop lifestyle magnate online. So why does the "Iron Man" star inspire so much anger? While Gwyneth is undoubtedly out of touch with the "average person" in a chronic and frequently cringeworthy sort of way, the amount of criticism directed at her feels, to me, out of all proportion to her so-called offenses. In contrast to the insufferable kowtowing of most celebrities who have made it their mission to prove how "relatable" they are to the public at large, Gwyneth is unapologetic about the fact that she grew up privileged (she's the daughter of actress Blythe Danner and late producer Bruce Paltrow) and has no idea what it's like to be live paycheck to paycheck. "I can't pretend to be somebody who makes $25,000 a year, »
- Chris Eggertsen
Producer David Attenborough and the public radio program “Afropop Worldwide” will receive special Peabody Award commendations next month at the 74th annual ceremony.
Attenborough was chosen for the Peabody’s Individual life achievement honor for his six decades as a prolific producer of natural-history programs for the BBC and others. The British hyphenate is considered “a national treasure” in his native country, the Peabody org noted. “Everywhere his work has been televised, he’s considered a credit to his species,” the Peabody org said.
“Afropop Worldwide” will receive the Institutional award. The weekly music series has aired for 26 seasons and counting, distributed in the U.S. by Public Radio International. Host Georges Collinet examines the musical cultures of Africa, the Caribbean, the Americas and the Middle East. The series is »
- Variety Staff
CAA has signed CNN anchor Chris Cuomo. Cuomo, who didn’t have agency representation, co-anchors CNN's morning show New Day with Alisyn Camerota and Michaela Pereira and covers international events and breaking news for CNN. Before joining CNN, Cuomo worked at ABC News as the news anchor of Good Morning America, co-anchor of 20/20 and chief justice correspondent. Cuomo, a lawyer by trade, received a News Emmy for his profile on 12-year-old poet Mattie Stepanek on Good Morni… »
Yesterday, Robert Downey Jr. teased that 'big' Avengers news was coming this morning. That huge Marvel reveal was the announcement of the Avengers: Age of Ultron cast's appearance on both Good Morning America and Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Of course, fans felt a little slighted, as this was merely promoting two Disney-owned ABC talk shows. To make up for it, Marvel decided to officially confirm that Anthony Russo and Joe Russo are directing Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Avengers: Infinity War Part 2. But again, this was old news revealed in the trades months ago. Now, Robert Downey Jr. is back, attempting to rectify his 'big' announcement news with one last try: A new Avengers: Age of Ultron TV spot!
Again, though, the effort is lackluster, as there is no new footage in this 30 second teaser. It was actually released to celebrate the more than $2 million Robert Downey Jr. helped raise for »
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