Keyshia Cole’s fiancé Daniel “Boobie” Gibson left his team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, to be with Keyshia tonight because she’s in labor! Boobie (we won’t even address that name) just made it into the starting lineup but that’s taking a back seat to him becoming a babydaddy.
Keyshia was hospitalized for some precautionary reasons but the tweets is watching…and word is she’s about to pop.
Somewhere, Frankie is having a celebratory smoke toast.
UPDATE: Apparently, Boobie wants to play in the 2nd half. Hmmm…*side eye* And labor has yet to be confirmed. (Stay tuned…)
There are several reasons I love PadmaLaksmhi. I think she is one of the prettiest women on TV, I love her intelligent ‘tude and the fact that she eats for a living and manages to stay so skinny… my ass would have spread 2 sizes at the very first ‘QUICK FIRE CHALLENGE’.
Mostly I am grateful that she saved the viewers of Top Chef, from that first season atrocity that was Dead Eyed Katie Joel. But the biggest reason for the swimfanning? This chick has a swing in her living room and a giant portrait of herself over her bed–who could not love that about someone?
Anyway, she is joining the ”All the single ladies’…Put your crib up” trend, that’s going on, yet she’s declined to name the father. Hey, no judgements at the Brew–she’s 39 and probably said ‘eff it’, and just asked the last guy who took her to dinner to baby her up. I understand, completely and Congrats!
Ellen Pompeo and husband Chris Ivery(who reported o be a record producer…but I have never unearthed a Google search that confirms that… just sayin‘ if you are not a producer dancin‘ all up in the videos…are you REALLY a producer?/end sarcasm) became parents on September 15th to Stella Luna PompeoIvery. Congratulations!
As a totally personal aside, while I can’t stand whinyMeredith, I decided love Ellen Pompeo from this episode of Punked. She was a completely crazy bitch and if loving that is wrong… I don’t want to be right!
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