Snooki had a pregnancy scare last week.
The former Jersey Shore star - who has an eight-month-old son Lorenzo with her fiance Jionni LaValle - was disappointed to discover she isn't expecting her second child because she wants to have three more children, but admits her new house in New Jersey, which is currently being renovated, isn't ready for another baby just yet.
"Well, I actually thought I was pregnant last week. I want three more kids and I would love to have one now but my house isn't ready," the 25 year-old reality star said.
The petite brunette star loves being a mother and is already planning a huge party for her son to celebrate his first birthday on August 26. "I feel like the first birthday needs to be outrageous. So, I could do farm animals or zebras. Not lions, cause that's scary. But I definitely want to do something crazy. Being a mom is like a full-time job but I love it. He's like my little baby and he'll always be my baby," she explained.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are "very good friends."
The pair were married from 2000 to 2005 and although both have moved on - Brad has six children with his fiancee Angelina Jolie while Jennifer is engaged to Justin Theroux - they are still close.
Brad's make-up artist Jean Black told Esquire magazine, "I think Brad was ready to soar when he met Angie. This is not to say anything negative about Jennifer. I was part of that and I know that he and Jennifer are very good friends and he cared deeply for her. But in Angie, he saw a very adventurous person who was grabbing on to life and taking it to its nth degree. It was intriguing because I felt Brad had that in him and wanted to unleash it."
While they are close now, Brad, 49, recently hinted he was unhappy during his marriage to Jennifer, 43, because of his drug use: "For a long time I thought I did too much damage - drug damage. I was a bit of a drifter. A guy who felt he grew up in something of a vacuum and wanted to see things, wanted to be inspired. I followed that other thing. I spent years f**king off. But then I got burnt out and felt that I was wasting my opportunity. About a decade ago [I made a] a conscious change... It was an epiphany - a decision not to squander my opportunities. It was a feeling of, 'Get up.' Because otherwise, what's the point?"
Vanessa Paradis isn't bitter about her split from Johnny Depp.
The French singer-and-actress and the actor separated last June after 14 years together and Johnny is now in a relationship with Amber Heard - whom he starred with in The Rum Diary. Vanessa - who has two children, Lily-Rose, 13 and Jack, 11, with the Hollywood heartthrob - has accepted their romance ran its course and insists love is an ever evolving emotion.
"We're changing all the time. Once we want to fight for our love, once we want to get rid of it. Sometimes we're happy without love, sometimes not. Love doesn't necessarily stay what it is," she told Germany's Grazia.
Vanessa has a very philosophical view of romance and insists love will find everyone in its own way at some point in their life. The 40-year-old beauty - who is releasing new album Love Songs - explained, "A relationship means something different to everybody and love can't be locked up. Love means freedom and in freedom everything is permitted." Vanessa's LP contains the track "New Year" which was co-written by her, Johnny - who plays guitar - and their daughter Lily-Rose came up with the singing melody when she was "very young."
Stacy Keibler wants to star in romantic comedies.
The 33-year-old model walked the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival without her boyfriend George Clooney, and admitted she plans to steal his spotlight on the big screen by becoming an actress. "Romantic comedies are more my speed. I feel like that's more my personality. I'm usually happy, smiling, joking and having a good time so I think those kind of roles suit me. Comedy and dramedy is what I'm better at," she said.
The striking star has had small guest parts in How I Met Your Mother and Men at Work, but is hoping to progress to the silver screen as soon as the right role comes along. "[I would] If the right opportunity came to work with the right director and the right people..." she added.
However, Stacy failed to name George - who couldn't attend as he was filming in Germany - when asked which A-list actor she'd like to work with. "I loved Tom Hanks. He was always one of my favorites. I remember thinking as a little girl, 'I wish I could work with Tom Hanks. He was so brilliant in Forrest Gump," she gushed.
Paris Hilton will marry River Viiperi "soon." The 32-year-old heiress has been dating the 21-year-old model for eight months, but the pair are smitten with one another and the socialite thinks they will definitely tie the knot in the near future.
"It could happen soon... I trust him with my life and that means the world to me more than anything," she said when asked about plans to marry.
Paris - who was previously engaged to model Jason Shaw and shipping heir Paris Latsis - also admitted she is keen to start a family with river: "I can't wait to have little Parises." The former reality TV star has previously admitted she has curbed her partying ways and "grown up," so can't wait to settle down with River. "I'm staying out of trouble. I've grown up," she said recently.
Asked if she is ready to start a family, she said, "I think that's every woman's dream. I think that's the meaning of life to have children and have a family one day. I am so in love. I feel so lucky to have met him. He's one of the kindest, most loyal men I've ever met in my entire life, and he treats me like a princess. He's the most beautiful man I've ever seen in my life."
Emma Stone says her mother's cancer diagnosis was "terrifying."
The Amazing Spider-Man actress was devastated when her mom Krista Stone was found to have triple negative breast cancer in 2008 and although she was living in Los Angeles at the time, Emma flew home to Arizona as much as possible while Krista underwent treatment.
"I was oddly stoic, the opposite of how I usually am. But it was terrifying," she said.
Despite Emma's fears, Krista has been cancer-free for five years following a double mastectomy and chemotherapy and praised her daughter for her bravery. "I'm sure, in private, Em lived in fear and anxiety. But she really shifted into this [mode of], 'We're going to take care of this, and everything's going to be fine,'" she said.
Emma, 24, is extremely close to her mother and has previously credited her for telling her what to avoid wearing when growing up and giving her confidence: "When I was a teenager and all the cool girls were wearing their pajama pants in school, my mother would forbid me to do that - or to let my bra straps show. Everybody has parts of their body that they dislike, but I'm not going to lose any sleep over them."
January Jones says only her son should know who his father is.
The Mad Men actress - whose ex-boyfriends include Ashton Kutcher and Jason Sudeikis - is remaining tight-lipped about the identity of her 20-month-old son Xander's dad and has taken advice from legendary actor Jack Nicholson in how to approach difficult questions about the subject.
When asked to state who Xander's father was, the blonde beauty told The New York Times newspaper, "That's my son's business. It's not the public's business. Jack Nicholson once told me, 'You should never give your personal life away, otherwise people will pick you apart. They'll never believe in your character.'"
January believes women have a right to keep "secrets" and likes the idea of saving unknown information for a future project, such as a journal. "Women should have lots of secrets. It's our right to have secrets. Otherwise, what would we write in our memoirs?" she added.
Leona Lewis will "definitely adopt children."
The "Bleeding Love" hitmaker doesn't know if she'll have kids of her own but is determined to give a disadvantaged child a home after learning about her mum's childhood spent in care. Leona describes her mother Maria as a "hero" for her providing her with a wonderful home and giving her a sense of family unity.
"My mum is a hero to me, that's given me a very strong sense of family loyalty to those I trust. I will definitely adopt children. I'm not sure if I want my own."
The 28-year-old - who is a strict vegetarian and a campaigner for animals rights - has been working non-stop this year after teaming up with The Body Shop in March to create her own limited-edition make-up and fragrance range, which will feature bold, shiny lip gloss and shimmer palettes. Leona has also just completed her Glassheart Tour, which kicked off in April and hit 21 different venues across Germany and the United Kingdom.
Justin Timberlake "still has time" before having kids.
The "Mirrors" hitmaker isn't in a rush have children with wife Jessica Biel - whom he wed in October 2012 - and thinks it is best to leave starting a family "to fate." He said, "I'm not against the idea at all, but I think I still have some time ahead of me. Let's leave it to fate."
The 32-year-old heartthrob feels settling down with his actress spouse is a "normal" progression of entering his thirties and believes Jessica, 31, brings out the best in him: "Life didn't change overnight. Marriage, family - it's all part of the normal steps you take when you reach your thirties. She's brought me stability and an inner force. The most important thing for me is that we're able to communicate so well and talk about absolutely everything. It's beautiful to have that kind of closeness and understanding."
Despite a successful musical comeback with his new album The 20/20 Experience, a blossoming movie career and an A-list actress wife, Justin thinks it's important to remain humble and received advice on handling fame from Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood: "I remember spending time with Clint Eastwood and he taught me some lessons about dealing with success. He was so cool and generous on the set even though he's a Hollywood god."
"In a weird way, it was almost like the best thing that could have happened because I'd never asked myself the question before of, "Is it okay if I'm not going to act? Is there anything else?" because that was all that I really knew... Honestly, as terrible as this sounds, when you're making movies, you think that those other things are not as important—the most important thing is that you do a good job in the movie and that you're prepared. So just getting that kind of perspective on life really helped me."
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