Sideshow: Mila Kunis, Stacy Keibler expectant moms

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are expecting their first child. They went to a Clippers game Saturday.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are expecting their first child. They went to a Clippers game Saturday. (JAYNE KAMIN-ONCEA / USA Today Sports)
Posted: March 26, 2014

Kunis-Kutcher enrich us all

Indeed they do.

Artists and lovebirds Mila Kunis, 30, and her fiance Ashton Kutcher, 36, are expecting their first baby, says People. The couple, whose child some day will save the Earth, have yet to announce a wedding date.

In other baby news, George Clooney's ex-lover, Stacy Keibler, is pregnant with her first child with her new husband, wrestler-turned-TV personality and entrepreneur Jared Pobre, the Toronto Sun reports.

'American Horror' No. 4

Ryan Murphy, whose American Horror Story serial has reduced so many of us to quivering masses of terrified jelly, has announced that for Season 4 he'll take viewers to a carnival. Entertainment Weekly says American Horror Story: Freak Show will be set in 1950s Jupiter, Fla., and will feature Jessica Lange as a German emigree who runs a traveling freak show. Returning for the freak show: Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Angela Bassett, and Frances Conroy.

Menounos is out but happy

Maria Menounos, 35, a TV journo who also dabbles in professional wrestling, is leaving her post as cohost of celeb news program Extra, says People.

Menounos, who works cheek to jowl with cohost Mario Lopez, is leaving happy.

"She was not fired. She wasn't ousted," Anonymous Source tells People. "No one is pushing her out."

A TV judge in real jail

TV personality Joe Brown, host of Judge Joe Brown, was held in contempt of court during a custody hearing in Shelby County Juvenile Court in Memphis, ABC News reports. Brown, who is running for Shelby County district attorney, became irate at the magistrate when his hearing was delayed. Juvenile Court Magistrate Harold "Hal" Horne cited Brown for contempt and had him jailed.

Mormon singer comes out

Tyler Glenn, a lifelong Mormon and lead singer of new wave act Neon Trees, has come out as a gay American man in the new issue of Rolling Stone mag.

"I've always felt like I'm an open book, and yet obviously I haven't been completely," he tells reporter Caryn Ganz.

Tyler is ambivalent about the fraught, ambivalent, yet generally negative view of homosexuality held by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

"We were always taught - and I hate this word - tolerance," he says. He says he was disturbed when the church spent a reported $22 million fighting same-sex marriage legislation in California in 2008.

Tyler says he's hopeful.

"I really love all of the sports figures that are coming out recently," he said.


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