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US speed skater Chad Hedrick was cheered on to a bronze medal finish yesterday by his two biggest fans: His wife Lynsey Adams and their adorable daughter Hadley, 11 months.
The 33-year-old Olympian says it was a thrill to have his family in amongst the throngs of fans at the Richmond Olympic Oval in British Columbia, Canada.
“It was great to have my family here with me,” he tells US. “I could look up into the stands and see my wife and daughter watching me, and it was amazing.”
In an exclusive interview with Celebrity Baby Scoop last year, Chad revealed that his baby girl was a “big motivator” as he prepared for the Olympics, saying, “I gotta tell you… I have no intention of losing ever, but certainly not when my baby girl is watching! If I’m going to miss one second of her life, and I’m missing plenty of them, then you can be sure I’m going to use those seconds to be as prepared to make them count as I can. She’s a big motivator in my skating right now.”
The adoring dad is proud of more than just his new medal, which he’ll receive at tonight’s victory ceremony: “In just one week of being here, [Hadley] has taken her first steps in Pampers Village… and has learned to say Daddy,” he boasts. “Hadley is learning so much.”
Filed under: Chad Hedrick,Olympics
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It’s been a rough couple of months for Kourtney Kardashian’s boyfriend and baby-daddy Scott Disick, who’s been the aim of much scrutiny for his behavior both on and off Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Scott called Ryan’s radio show Thursday to tell his side of the story, following a scathing In Touch Weekly cover story with the headline “Boyfriend From Hell.
Continue reading to hear what Scott has to say…
Filed under: ICYDK.com,Partners,Scott Disick
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were photographed with two of their six children – Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 3 1/2 – in Venice, Italy today (February 18). The famous family were spotted getting off a gondola into their rented home – the historic Palazzo Mocenigo.
We’ve spotted the Jolie-Pitts – including Maddox, 8, Pax, 6, and Shiloh, 3 1/2 – enjoying gondola rides all over the Italian canal city.
The famous family of eight are in town as Angelina works on her new film, The Tourist, costarring Johnny Depp.
Filed under: Shiloh Jolie-Pitt
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After being arrested twice for driving under the influence, once in 2005 and again in 2006, funnyman Tracy Morgan credits his children for the inspiration to clean up his act.
The 41-year-old 30 Rock star appeared Tuesday (February 16) on PBS’ Tavis Smiley to chat about his newest flick, Cop Out, and revealed the huge impact that his previous choices had made on his life.
“All the drinking and all the craziness – I had fun. Nobody got hurt,” explained Tracy. “But I hurt me.”
I thought I was winning. And I lost my family. I lost a 21-year-old marriage. And that just made me go, ‘Wait a minute.’ You know, I’m walking around with a bracelet on my ankle and my son looking at me like I’m Kunta Kinte, like, ‘What’chu doing, Dad? What if I start driving and drinking? Would that be cool?’ And that was it for me. That was the end of it.
Filed under: Tracy Morgan
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