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She revealed the happy news on Instagram Thursday.
Here's TODAY's special list of October recommendations you won't want to miss.
Gomez underwent kidney transplant surgery in 2017, and has since recovered fully.
The singer spoke to Vogue magazine about her experience as a Black woman in America and the country's racial reckoning.
The actor and now-talk show host said her foray with the online dating app Raya proved to be “a real wake-up call.”
The son of the legendary rapper says his father and fellow Brooklyn native Ruth Bader Ginsburg both represented "no fear, confidence, and speaking your truth."
The singer brought her oldest son into the studio for her first full-length holiday album, which will be released on Friday.
The "Kansas Comet's" friendship with dying teammate Brian Piccolo was depicted in the movie "Brian's Song."
Two weeks before the real-life U.S. election comes a revisit to the Emmy-winning, fantasy version of White House life.
Jane Fonda shares the inspiration behind her new book, "What Can I Do?", and some of her favorite books of all time on "Open Book" with Jenna Bush Hager.
Stone said she was "so madly in love" with De Niro as an actor that it made the kiss even better.
So, is she covered in tats, like some people believe? The country music legend addresses the rumors.
Kenadi Dodds impressed the judges during the talent show competition's finals.
The couple spoke about how inspiring it has been to see their transgender daughter Zaya "be her most authentic self."
The reality TV star and former NFL quarterback, who wed in 2013, announced in April that they are divorcing.
Sterling K. Brown, Uzo Aduba, Gabrielle Union and more gathered to do a table read of a classic "Friends" episode to spotlight Michelle Obama's When We All Vote organization.
"I’ve never had a reference for unconditional familial love until now," the legendary singer said.
"We just try to preach to our kids to shine your light everywhere you go and realize that the world is cruel, but that doesn't mean that you have to be," the country star said.
The singer and talk show host shared the story behind the unusual new look.
She may be All In, but she's definitely out for the next season of “RHOBH.”
The "Beverly Hills, 90210" star is shining a light on shelter pets as 2020 spokesperson for Remember Me Thursday.