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The "Hills: New Beginnings" star opened up in an emotional Instagram post.
"I feel so blessed to say that our third child is on the way," the country star wrote in a sweet announcement.
Well, at least it's packed with protein!
Now you can experience "The Bachelor" right in your own hometown.
Jojo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers have a new TV show.
Dean McDermott would rather their 12-year-old practice kindness instead of fighting back.
The former 'N Sync boy bander picked a particularly emotional moment to tell his longtime friend that he is gay — and he had a really sweet reason for doing so.
The "Avengers" star finally gave fans a look at the ring partner Colin Jost presented to her when he popped the question.
Beth Chapman, who died in June, and husband Duane "Dog" Chapman star in the upcoming WGN America series "Dog's Most Wanted." Watch the new trailer.
Keith Urban's 2018 song "Gemini" describes his wife as a "maniac in the bed, but a brainiac in her head."
"The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Emily Simpson fired back against trolls who claimed she was Photoshopped in promotional photos for her show's 14th season.
The rocker doesn't consider the "Aquaman" star to be a romance rival. He's happy his ex found love with Momoa — and that he found a brother in him.
Tom Hanks looks to be the perfect fit to play Mister Rogers in the upcoming movie, which opens in November.
The actress will appear on the season-four premiere of the teen drama to pay tribute to her former "Beverly Hills, 90210" co-star.
Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, will celebrate their eldest child's birthday Monday, but they gave fans a treat a day early.
The mom of the late Disney star posted a photo of her with her son two weeks after his sudden death.
The beloved actor's absence will be felt.
Stone, who had a stroke in 2001, wants other women to learn the warning signs.
The actress won't let multiple sclerosis get in her way.
Users have called it a "game changer."
J.D. Scott, older brother of HGTV’s Jonathan and Drew Scott, gushed about his fiancée, Annalee Belle.