Nicole Kidman’s rep insists that the star isn’t pregnant, but Keith Urban fans are saying that lyrics on his new album suggest that he’s expecting to have two children.
Urban wrote the romantic tune, “Once In A Lifetime,” in which he apparently croons to his bride Kidman and sings of their children.
“I close my eyes and I see you standing there saying, ‘I do’ and they’re throwing rice in our hair,” he sings, then turns his attention to their kiddies: “Well, the first one’s born then a brother comes along/And he’s got your smile.”
“The lyrics are already fueling speculation that Kidman’s growing bump is more than just weight gain,” reports The Star, which quotes a “friend” of Kidman as saying, “Nicole is keeping her lips zipped about whether she’s pregnant or not, but if you ask her about Keith writing that they’re going to have two kids, she just says, ‘That would be lovely.’”
Kidman’s rep last week told The Scoop that the actress is not expecting and that she believes photos of Kidman looking pregnant .
Time to meet Nick's folksLooks like it’s getting serious between Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo.
Lachey has taken the MTV hostess home to meet his folks in Cincinnati, Ohio. “Nick likes to go home and spend Labor Day with his parents and brother, and he brought Vanessa,” a source told the tab. “They’re in a good place.”
“I feel very much at home being here with Nick’s family in his hometown,” the mag quotes Minnillo as saying. “I never meant to fall in love, but look how happy I am with Nick!”
Notes from all overOrlando Bloom says he’s better looking than . “It’s my looks that all the girls fawn over,” Bloom said of his “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” co-star. “Nobody was bothered about Johnny on set.” He was joking, we hope. . . . Kevin Smith says that the song and dance scene from “Clerks 2” was prompted by his inner gay self. “To me, I’ve been the gayest straight filmmaker I know working in the business,” the director told the Aussie film site YourMovies. “My movies always seem like one shot away from total gay fantasia. Particularly this movie, it’s about two guys who are in love with each other but they just don’t [bleep]. ... So the idea of putting a dance number in the movie was a no-brainer to me.” . . . Pamela Anderson has had a liberating discovery: she figured out how to apply her own make-up. “I never wore makeup in [her homeland of] Canada and when I moved to L.A., Playboy did my makeup and hair so I never really learned to do it myself,” Anderson explains. “I am not a slave to the industry anymore.”
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