‘Little People, Big World’ Stars Jeremy & Audrey Roloff Expecting First Child

On the hells of twin brother Zach’s baby announcement, Little People, Big World star Jeremy Roloff and wife Audrey also have very big news: They’re expecting their first child.

“I was so surprised,” Audrey, 25, told Us Weekly. “It didn’t hit me until I heard the heartbeat at our first doctor’s appointment.”

The couple, who wed in September 2014, discovered the pregnancy the night of Zach and his wife Tori’s gender reveal party on January 7. (They’re having a boy.)

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Jeremy’s parents, Amy and Matt, are thrilled with the news, Jeremy said.

“My dad teared up and my mom screamed,” the 26-year-old recalled to the magazine.

The Christian marriage blogger is due on September 1, she revealed.

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Meanwhile, mom Amy is also moving forward. The divorced mother of four has been dating real estate broker Chris Marek for more than six months.

“Amy and I are getting along great,” he told Radar in an exclusive interview.

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Jimmy Kimmel Is Already Considering Retirement! Find Out When He Thinks ‘It’s Time’ To Leave Late Night TV!

There are only so many Mean Tweets on the internet.

Which could be why Jimmy Kimmel is already thinking about the end of his late night career!

The Jimmy Kimmel Live host’s contract with ABC expires in the fall of 2019 — and after that, the comedian revealed his future is still up in the air.

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Speaking to Variety, the 49-year-old confirmed he “will do the show for another three years,” but could very well be ending his late night stint soon after, explaining:

“It’s possible that will be it. My wife’s pregnant. At a certain point, I’d like to have a little more free time. I have very little free time as it is.”

With his Oscars hosting gig coming up and that ongoing feud with Matt Damon, we can only imagine how busy he is!

Kimmel — who has been hosting his show since 2003 — explained that a good “indication” of when it’s time to leave is when his bits start to feel stale and recycled.

He continued:

“I want to go out on my own terms. If I ever feel like we’re repeating ourselves, I think it’s a good indication that it’s time. If there’s something that excites me creatively, it doesn’t necessarily mean something in show business.”

As for what creative endeavors the future could bring him, Kimmel mused:

“I like to draw. I like to make sculptures. I’d like to write a book at some point. Doing the show every day doesn’t leave a lot of time for that.”

Sounds like he has quite the retirement planned already!

Watch Kimmel host the Oscars this Sunday before we never see him on TV again!

[Image via ABC.]

La La Land Victorious At Costume Designers Guild Awards

La La Land continued its award show dominance on Tuesday night at the 19th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Damien Chazelle’s much feted movie has bagged countless awards already this season, with industry experts now predicting it will sweep up at Sunday’s Oscars taking home 11 of the 14 gongs it’s up for – including Emma Stone winning her first Best Actress Academy Award.
On Tuesday, Damien added another piece of silverware to his collection, when La La Land’s Mary Zophres won the award for Excellence in Contemporary Film.
Interestingly, figures on awards show odds site GoldDerby.com show that La La Land is lagging behind Jackie in the Costume Design category at the Oscars.
Awards favorite Hidden Figures also didn’t go home empty handed at the Costume Designers Guild Awards, winning the Excellence in Period Film accolade for Renee Ehrlich Kalfus.
Hit Netflix show The Crown, based on the early reign of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, bagged the Outstanding Period Television Series prize. The show, which stars Claire Foy and Matt Smith, was also successful at the recent Golden Globe and SAG Awards.
Lily Collins was on hand to pick up her Lacoste Spotlight Award, as was Meryl Streep, who went home with the Distinguished Collaborator Award.
Other A-Listers in attendance at the Los Angeles prizegiving included Mandy Moore, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.

The full list of 2017 Costume Designers Guild Awards’ winners is as follows:

Excellence in Contemporary Film
La La Land (Mary Zophres)

Excellence in Period Film
Hidden Figures (Renee Ehrlich Kalfus)

Excellence in Fantasy Film
Doctor Strange (Alexandra Byrne)

Outstanding Contemporary Television Series
American Horror Story: Roanoke (Lou Eyrich, Helen Huang)

Outstanding Period Television Series
The Crown (Michele Clapton)

Outstanding Fantasy Television Series
Game of Thrones (Michele Clapton, April Ferry)

Excellence in Short Form Design
Pepsi: Momotaro; Episode Four, featuring Jude Law (Ami Goodheart)

Career Achievement Award
Jeffrey Kurland

Distinguished Collaborator Award
Meryl Streep

Distinguished Service Award
Lois DeArmond

Lacoste Spotlight Award
Lily Collins

Gwen Stefani: ‘Celine Dion Is So Unique… She Speaks To The World’

Gwen Stefani has nothing but praise for new The Voice mentor Celine Dion.
The My Heart Will Go On singer will help mentor Gwen’s team of wannabes on the TV talent show’s upcoming season this year, as she goes up against boyfriend and longtime The Voice judge Blake Shelton.
Gwen is no doubt keen to have Celine on board after her man picked up his fifth victory on the show in December, when singer Sundance Head was crowned The Voice season 11 winner.
“She is like, the ultimate person that you would want to be on there,” Gwen gushed to Entertainment Tonight (ET), as she paid tribute to the award-winning singer.
“She is so unique… Every song she puts out is a world song, she speaks to the world and that’s a whole other level (than), ‘Oh I made it as a pop star in America.’”
“She’s (been) massive since she was 13 years old, so having her on the show was incredible,” added the Hollaback Girl singer.
Celine, 48, has thrown herself into her work since the death of her husband Rene Angelil in 2016, continuing with her long-running Las Vegas residency. She also had to cope with the loss of her brother Daniel – one of her 13 siblings – who also lost his battle with cancer on 16 January, just two days after her husband’s death.
Speaking to ET in Las Vegas on Tuesday the singer opened up about joining The Voice – revealing the advice she would give to her younger self.
“Be yourself and don’t be in competition with the world, be in competition with yourself,” counselled Celine. “And don’t hold on to just one dream, because if you don’t make it are you going to tell me that this is the end of your life?… Life is more than a song, baby!”

George Clooney: ‘Donald Trump Is A Hollywood Elitist’

George Clooney has branded President Donald Trump a “Hollywood elitist” while defending Meryl Streep for speaking out about him at the Golden Globes.
The veteran actress made a passionate speech about the leader, without mentioning him by name, while receiving the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award at the ceremony in January and she was blasted by Trump, who called her “overrated”.
Afterward, many people suggested Hollywood stars shouldn’t speak out about politics, but George has come to Meryl’s defense, pointing out that Trump is also a Hollywood star who has appeared in many films and TV shows.
“This is the part that makes me a little crazy,” he told French program Rencontres de Cinema. “When Meryl (Streep) spoke, everyone on that one side was like, ‘Well that’s elitist Hollywood speaking.’ Donald Trump has 22 acting credits. He collects $120,000 a year from a Screen Actor’s Guild pension fund. He is a Hollywood elitist.”
He also said Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon was a Hollywood elitist as he is a “failed film writer and director.”
George, who has spoken out against Trump before himself, said Meryl had every right to speak as an American citizen and that he hopes the press will do a better job at holding him accountable during his presidency.
“I think we have a demagogue in the White House,” he explained. “We need the fourth estate, which is journalism, to hold his feet to the fire. They didn’t do a very good job during the campaign and they haven’t done a particularly good job yet, but those things will change.”
George’s interview comes ahead of his appearance at the Cesar Awards, France’s equivalent of the Oscars, which take place in Paris on Friday. The actor, who is expecting twins with lawyer wife Amal, is due to receive the honorary Cesar Award for his contribution to cinema.