- Jennifer Hudson gave birth to a boy last night. She and her fiancé, David “Punk” Otunga, named him David Daniel Otunga Jr. [Media Takeout] — That name is such a snooze-fest. I like children to have their own identity.
- Jon Gosselin said he was glad Kate wasn’t around for the renovation of their kitchen, which was chronicled on last night’s “Jon & Kate Plus 8,” because her constant complaints about the mess would have been “annoying.” [Us Weekly]
- Remember last week when we told you Emmy Rossum and boyfriend Justin Siegel broke up? Well, it turns out they were secretly married. [E! Online] — This makes breaking up a little more complicated.
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We’re glad to see Jennifer Hudson back in the limelight after the tragedy that rocked her family just a few months ago. Last night, the singer and actress dominated the NAACP Image Awards. Hudson won three Image awards — best new artist, outstanding collaboration, and album for her self-titled CD. The audience gave her a standing ovation as she accepted her award. “Now don’t start me to crying again, y’all,” she said. “It’s always an honor to come home and feel welcome and to feel the love.” Not only did Hudson win three of her own awards, but “The Secret Life of Bees,” which Hudson starred in alongside Queen Latifah and Dakota Fanning, won for the best motion picture. What a night! [Reuters] Keep reading »
It’s official: Michelle Obama is a Vogue cover girl. The March 2009 issue, which will hit newsstands next week, features the first lady on its cover wearing a Jason Wu dress (the same designer who created her inauguration night gown). Inside the magazine, Obama is pictured at the Hay-Adams hotel in Washington, D.C., wearing a Narciso Rodriguez dress and a J.Crew ensemble. While a number of first ladies have been featured in the so-called fashion Bible, starting with Lou Hoover in 1929, Hillary Clinton is the only other one to make the cover, in 1998. But perhaps what’s more exciting than Obama being the second first lady to be on the cover of Vogue is that she is the fourth black woman to be featured on the cover in the magazine’s history. Keep reading »