"I can not even begin 2describe the miracle that is now apart of our family. Mommy/baby are healthy &resting. We appreciate all of the love," she tweeted yesterday.
She quickly followed with a second tweet: "More info will come when the time is right! Thank you all for understanding! We love you all dearly! Overwhelmed with love right now."
In said interview with the Times, Kanye said he didn't like talking about the arrival of his child.
"Like, this is my baby. This isn't America's baby," he said.
Miguel kick update
Khyati Shah, the woman who was kicked by Miguel during a Billboard Music Awards performance, continues to suffer cognitive difficulties and has yet to receive any assistance from the R&B singer nearly a month after the incident, her attorney said.
Doctors continue to evaluate Khyati's injuries, but the exchange student from New Zealand has memory-loss issues and has been unable to sit for final exams, attorney Vip Bhola said.
He said that representatives for the singer and the awards show are practically daring him to sue.
Miguel's representatives have said that Miguel is concerned for Khyati's well-being and reached out to Bhola to see if they could help.
Bhola said that while he's talked with Miguel's attorney, no assistance for his client has been offered.
* A few songs into his transcendent first set at the massive Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Paul McCartney wrapped his arms around his signature Hofner bass and surveyed a crowd of 80,000 adoring fans.
"Hey, listen, I'm going to take a moment just to drink all this in for myself," Sir Paul said.
McCartney, 71 going on 40, then led his 4-piece band in a massive 2 1/2-hour sing-a-long of three dozen songs that included two encores Friday night.
* At the creative-arts ceremony of the Daytime Emmys held Friday night, in Los Angeles, Kevin Clash, the Elmo puppeteer who resigned amid allegations that he sexually abused underage boys, won three Daytime Emmy Awards for his work on "Sesame Street" (his 24th, 25th and 26th), including outstanding performer in a children's series.
* Scarlett Johansson is suing French publishing house JC Lattes over a novel that uses her name and image and explores the challenges of being beautiful.
JC Lattes said Friday that a lawsuit was filed last week about Gregoire Delacourt's book "The First Thing We Look At."
Maybe Scarlett's just upset that the book hasn't gotten good reviews.
* Family, fans and neighbors remembered former teen heartthrob (and Daily News sexy single) Davy Jones with a concert and statue unveiling in Beavertown, Snyder County.
A crowd gathered Saturday for the celebration at the Beavertown carnival grounds, about 120 miles northwest of Philadelphia. PennLive.com reports that Jones' daughters Jessica and Annabel attended.
The lead singer of The Monkees had lived in the small community for years because it reminded him of his native England. Jones died of a heart attack last year at age 66.
At Saturday's event, sculptor Chuck LaMark displayed a prototype of a statue of Jones holding his signature tambourine.
* Forty-three years after their last British No. 1 album, "Paranoid," Black Sabbath's "13!" has given them another, a record interval between chart-toppers, the Official Charts Company said yesterday.
"I'm in shock!" frontman Ozzy Osbourne told Reuters.
* Patricia Krentcil, the New Jersey woman widely known as "the tanning mom," was sent to a temporary detox facility after allegedly being drunk at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
She previously needed to go to a de-tan facility.
- Daily News wire services
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