The celebs certainly know how to keep things dramatic! While we love watching their well-scripted scenes, we much prefer hearing them speak their own minds. Check out some of the most controversial quotes about kids and parenting from a few of our favorite (?) celebrities.
Tom Cruise Says Vitamins Cure Postpartum Depression:
We all loved Tom Cruise rockin’ his tighty whiteys in Risky Business and as the emotionally-stunted sports agent in Jerry Maguire. And ooooooh, that love scene in Top Gun! But after Tom criticized Brooke Shields‘ use of antidepressants for her postpartum depression following the birth of her daughter Rowan, his female fan base disappeared almost overnight. Here’s what the famous scientologist said to Access Hollywood‘s Billy Bush in that infamous interview.
Kourtney Kardashian had the help of a valet to carry her 10-week-old son Mason as the pair headed into a friend’s party at West Hollywood eatery Philippe Chow Restaurant last night (February 21).
The reality star mom had a busy weekend – on Friday night she was at Jet nightclub in the Mirage Resort and Casino in Las Vegas for a fashion show hosted by her clothing store Dash. Her date for the evening was her on-again-off-again beau Scott Disick. Dismissing recent reports of a split, Kourtney told People, “Scott is my partner and we do everything together.”
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Ryan Phillippe and his two children – Ava, 10, and Deacon, 6 – were spotted visiting friends in Pasadena, Calif. on Sunday (February 21). Ryan and Deacon looked like a matching pair while Ava looked the spitting image of her mother, Reese Witherspoon.
The 35-year-old Flags of Our Fathers is single again! A spokesperson for Abbie Cornish confirms to People that their relationship is over. “Abbie ended the relationship with Ryan and she moved out of their home.” The split follows months of tabloid speculation that Phillippe has been unfaithful to Cornish.
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We first fell in love with Carnie Wilson when she sang the inspirational phrase of the 90s alongside her sister Wendy and BFF Chynna Phillips: “Hold on for one more day.” Being the daughter of 1960s pop icon Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys, Carnie and her weight loss struggles were thrown into the spotlight at a young age.
Now happily married to musician Rob Bonfiglio and mom to two young girls – Lola, 4 1/2, and Luci, 8 months – Carnie has a new “purpose in life.” The hilarious and down-to-earth actress and singer opens up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about her “really funny” girls, her struggles with weight and the pressures of being “under the microscope,” how she’s learning to balance her career and motherhood, and how Lola is showing signs of carrying on the family business: “Lola is the mind-blower of the whole family.”
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Photo credit: Carnie Wilson for exclusive use on CBS