Clay Aiken is going to be a father, PEOPLE has confirmed.

"The story is true,” Bill Vigars, a Vancouver-based rep for David Foster, told PEOPLE Wednesday, of the TMZ.com report that Aiken, 29, impregnated David's sister, music producer Jaymes Foster. "It is true Clay is the father. She was artificially inseminated by Clay. She's due in August."

Vigars added of Aiken and Foster, "They have been friends ever since American Idol, when they worked together."


and laura.


really cool guy. totally down to earth and real. cute as a button (duh) and just everything you want out of a convo with a star. plus, his show is hot ("greek") and he kinda looks like my brother. awh.


oh, paul.

one of the things i always liked about paul dano was that he was dating this girl from his hometown...a nobody...and he was so sweet on her. but no more. it seems he is with his recent stage co-star zoe kazan. yep, that kazan.

made of honor.

1- i like this poster. everyone is on it. it makes more sense. you can see a little of the fiancee. what happened to this one?
2- wanted to like the movie. it was only OK. boo-hoo.


we'll see.

i hold out hope for two reasons:
1- loved the books as a kid (my fourth grade teacher read all of them aloud to us. she is also the same teacher who showed me my first anime film--and still my fave--my neighbor totoro. love to her, wherever she is...)
2- just look at that face

hella bad.

for all the reasons you've already heard.


MRC unveils CW's Sunday slate

Media Rights Capital has put the finishing touches on its first-ever Sunday night schedule for the CW, lining up two dramas, a comedy and a reality skein.

MRC has worked quickly to program the night, following CW's decision earlier this month to outsource Sundays to the shingle (Daily Variety, May 9). In one case, an exec producer was informed just two weeks ago that his long-shelved script had suddenly been commissioned as a series. Projects include "In Harm's Way," from reality vet Craig Piligian ("Dirtiest Jobs"); the family laffer "Surviving Suburbia," from Kevin Abbott ("Reba"); romantic dramedy "Valentine, Inc.," from Kevin Murphy ("Reaper"); and "Easy Money," a sudsy drama about loan sharks, from Andy Schneider and Diane Frolov ("The Sopranos"). Night is scheduled to launch Sept. 14. The series all target a slightly older adults 18-49 aud than the rest of CW's sked -- in response to a request made by Tribune, which owns the CW's major market affils and is looking for better late-news lead-ins. And because it's going up against "Sunday Night Football" in the fall, the shows all come with a slight female bent.


oh, weezer.

perfection on a cupcake.

one of those days.

it's been no good. thats why i have shia to get me through it.

this is why...

i'm excited to go see indy at 10pm, TONIGHT. screw the critics (ok, well--youknowwhatimean)


what happens...

in vegas should have stayed there. not good, my friends. (OK--not hoooorriiible. just not good)


i seem to be...

the only person completly horrified that deanna got rid of this hunk last night. HELLO--genius, cutest boy there.

must be because i'm the only person that i talk to who watches junk like "the bachelorette"...
i love it and i get excited everytime its on.
so there.

nice famous people.

this woman is sweet as sugar (michelle, the columbia journalism grad) and her little tribeca film really wasnt half bad. bad interviews make me yearn for you, mydear.


that katy perry party sucked last week and sarah assbring put me asleep so fast i basically bolted once lykke li was done. good thing devotchka was amazing at T5 last night.

ew. (duh).

mama's been busy. but not too busy to tell you to be scared (veeery scared) of the merchant ivory.



i liked it even more than i thought i would (i knew i'd like it, i'm a comic book nerd--lets face it) but with jon helming it i just wasnt convinced. not overly excited either, since i waited until a week after opening...but i must admit, packed in like sardines notwithstanding, i caved. it was fun.

good news, kids.

Weinsteins roll with 'Fraggle Rock' - Edwards to write, direct live-action musical
The Weinstein Co. will turn the Jim Henson series "Fraggle Rock" into a live-action musical feature. Cory Edwards, who directed the animated "Hoodwinked!" for TWC, will helm the picture and write the screenplay. The Jim Henson Co. will produce and TWC will distribute. Just like the series, the film will be populated by a mix of human characters and Fraggle Rock puppets. TWC co-chair Harvey Weinstein, who has been steering his company more aggressively into the family film arena, made the marriage with Lisa Henson, who runs JHC with her co-CEO brother, Brian Henson. Ahmet Zappa will be exec producer with Brian Inerfeld. Pic will take the core characters Gogo, Wembley, Mokey, Boober and Red outside of their home in Fraggle Rock, where they interact with humans, which they think are aliens.


now this.

is a hot tranny mess. and believe me, i wanted to like it. the manga is so much fun. and i love christina and EH. but this just didnt work in any way.



i still miss you.


i wanna.

see this. shut your cakehole, haters. owen tots gave it a 'B' and michelle is a sweetheart (making up for the fact that patrick is boring. and maybe mean)



emotional roller coaster day, part 10,5678478357893457489237.
good news: its movie reviewin' time! what do we think?