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Having already received the best gift one could ever hope for, a long list of Hollywood stars welcomed their very own bundles of joy throughout the course of 2011.
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Adding to their loving family, Mike Myers and his wife Kelly Tisdale have welcomed a happy and healthy baby boy.
Ecstatic over the birth of their first child, the new mom and dad decided on the name Spike, according to the "Austin Powers" star's rep.
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Adding to the list of celebrity parents-to-be, Mike Myers has announced that he and his wife are expecting their first child.
The “Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged Me” stud and Kelly Tisdale will welcome their bundle of joy later this year.
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Keeping their special day under wraps, Mike Myers and Kelly Tisdale tied the knot more than five months ago.
According to the “Austin Powers” actor’s rep, the couple exchanged vows during a private ceremony in New York City.
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Though it had plenty of holiday weekend competition, “Shrek Forever After” has scored the top spot in box office sales for the second week in a row.
Raking in $55.7 million this weekend, “Shrek” has topped two other highly-anticipated releases- “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time” at $37.8 million and “Sex and the City 2” with $37.1 million.
Making for an early green carpet appearance, Cameron Diaz was busy promoting "Shrek Forever After" in Los Angeles, California on Sunday (May 16).
Looking fabulous in a red Oscar de la Renta frock, the adorable actress joined co-stars Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy at the Gibson Amphitheatre event.
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Enjoying some time in New York City, Cameron Diaz was spotted at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival yesterday (April 21).
The “Charlie’s Angels” chick was in the house for the opening night premiere of her new flick “Shrek Forever After” at the Ziegfeld Theatre.
While most of the awards shows are all about honoring the best of the entertainment industry, there’s one ceremony that highlights the worst of Hollywood.
The Razzies, founded by John Wilson, announced the nominees for this year’s awards, and there was plenty of material for consideration.