Sideshow: Daughter No. 2 for Drew

FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2014 file photo, Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman arrive at the Chanel Dinner celebrating the release of Drew Barrymore's new book 'Find It In Everything' at Chanel Boutique in Beverly Hills, Calif. The actress, 39, and her art advisor husband, Kopelman, 36, have welcomed their second daughter. Frankie Barrymore Kopelman was born on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, confirms Barrymore?s rep Chris Miller. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision/AP, file)
FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2014 file photo, Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman arrive at the Chanel Dinner celebrating the release of Drew Barrymore's new book 'Find It In Everything' at Chanel Boutique in Beverly Hills, Calif. The actress, 39, and her art advisor husband, Kopelman, 36, have welcomed their second daughter. Frankie Barrymore Kopelman was born on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, confirms Barrymore?s rep Chris Miller. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision/AP, file) (Todd Williamson/Invision/AP)
Posted: April 24, 2014

Drew B.'s new baby

Drew Barrymore, 39, on Tuesday gave birth to a bouncy baby girl named Frankie, People says. It's the second child for the Blended star and her third hub, art adviser Will Kopelman, 36. Their first, Olive, was born in September '12. Drew last year told Women's Health she's not obsessed with her looks during pregnancy. "You're not supposed to look perfect while you're making babies," she said. "Making babies is the perfection."

Diane Keaton on love

Unlike his other ex-partner Mia Farrow, Woody Allen survivor Diane Keaton ain't bitter about her time with the film auteur.

"I'm Woody's friend and I've been Woody's friend for 45 years and nothing's going to change that," she tells More mag in a chat to plug her new book, Let's Just Say It Wasn't Pretty.

Is it weird that the 68-year-old Keaton has never walked down the aisle? "I told myself I wanted to [get married] . . . but I didn't really want a man that I could have . . . I wanted the dream."

Louis C.K. gets all Zen

"No, I've never been suicidal," comic Louis C.K.tells GQ for its May issue.

"But I've wanted to be."

What's that, a depressive's version of a Zen koan?

Wisdom from Louis C.K.

Master C.K., who was born Louis Szekely, also tells GQ the only way to grow as a human being is to seek awful situations.

"You've got to embrace discomfort. It's the only way you can put yourself in situations where you can learn," he says.

Louis Szekely on race

How did Louis C.K. embrace discomfort in his life? In junior high, he hung out with the handful of African Americans at his school. "It was awkward and scary, but I made a lot of black friends," he says. "It was actually racist, 'cause I was sitting down with these kids only because they were black. Sometimes discomfort is the only way through."

SingerGate grows . . .

. . . like a virulent weed through Tinseltown.

The man who filed a lawsuit claiming he was sexually abused by X-Men director Bryan Singer as a teen has named more names. The Los Angeles Times says Michael F. Egan 3d on Monday filed three separate complaints against film and TV execs Garth Ancier, David Neuman, and Gary Goddard.

All three have denied the accusations.

Gossip petits fours

Tiger Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordegren and his current gf Lindsey Vonn have become like BFFs, says Us Weekly. . . . Rupert Everett is joining Elton John as one of our premier insulters of fellow celebs. The Brit thesp tells Britain's Mail Online that Beyoncé has "elephant ankles" and talks to the press about her marriage as if "no other woman had ever been through it."

Tori Spelling strips

Professional celeb Tori Spelling, 40, performs an elaborate emotional striptease in the opening episode of her new Lifetime reality show True Tori, which was set to be shown Tuesday night.

Shot a few months ago, the episode has her visit cheatin' hub Dean McDermott in rehab where he is being treated for sex addiction. "I miss having my best friend," says Tori, who has four kids with Dean. "I don't want to cry when I get there because I don't want him. . . . I want to be strong."


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