Tamron Hall give birth to a baby boy named Moses. Tamron Hall is a mom. The 48-year-old TV host and her husband, music executive Steven Greener, have welcomed a baby boy named Moses, she announced on social media on Thursday. Sharing a photo with her little man, Hall wrote, "Moses & Mama. Thank yall for the love and support. I can't wait to introduce you to my 'sonshine'. Grateful for the kindness you offered us along the way." In the image, she proudly wears a hat decorated with the name Moses and a bunch of flowers. In early March, Hall announced that she was pregnant, revealing the news in a playful video set to the tune of viral hit "Baby Shark" followed by a heartfelt post on social media. "I've wanted to share this news for many months and now finally my doctor has said I am in a safe place, at 32 weeks, to share my joy with y'all," she wrote on March 4. "There have been many tears, but today I embrace the smiles." At the same time, the former "Today" show co-host dropped the news that she had secretly gotten married, casually saying: "My husband Steven and I are beyond excited! We're in constant prayer, so if you pray, add us to your list; if you meditate, send calmness our way; and if you believe in luck, we'll happily take that too." Since her dual announcement, Hall has proudly shown off photos of her growing bump, often in designer fashions. Workwise, Hall is set to debut her nationally syndicated daytime talk show, "Tamron Hall," on Sept. 9. (PageSix)

Food Network star Katie Lee reveals struggle with infertility. Katie Lee has opened up about her struggle with infertility and undergoing an unsuccessful round of IVF. "I naively thought it would be easy," the 37-year-old cookbook author said of getting pregnant in a lengthy Instagram post on Wednesday. "I'm a healthy woman, I eat a balanced diet, exercise, I don't smoke. Ryan is the same. But reproductive health is an entirely different ballgame." Lee married Ryan Biegel in 2018. After revealing she "had to have surgery to correct a problem, got an infection," and then got shingles, Lee then tried IVF at her doctor's suggestion but got "zero healthy embryos" from the process. "Not only is IVF physically exhausting, the emotional toll is unparalleled," she wrote. The culinary guru, who was previously married to Billy Joel, said that daily chatter about pregnancy always hits a nerve and that any visible weight gain is a result of the IVF process. "When people ask me when I'm getting pregnant, it hurts," she said. "It's just a reminder that I'm not. When they say I look like I've gained weight, I have. I can't exercise as much and the hormones have made me bloated." Lee recalled a church sermon from this past Easter where the priest told a story "about a family struggling to have a baby and the happiness they are now experiencing that their prayers have been answered." "Tears streamed down my face," she wrote. "Someday we will have our happy new beginning and I pray any of you experiencing the same will have yours too." Several TV personalities and celebrities in the lifestyle space including Nate Berkus, Dina Manzo and Rosanna Scotto left heartfelt comments on Lee's post. (PageSix)

Audrina Patridge's daughter can be featured on 'The Hills' after all. Audrina Patridge's daughter can make her MTV debut this summer. Patridge's estranged husband Corey Bohan signed off on an agreement in January to allow their daughter, Kirra Max, to appear on "The Hills: New Beginnings," The Blast reports. Now, Bohan just wants Patridge to sign off on the deal, according to court documents. Page Six reported in December that Bohan, 37, and Patridge, 35, finalized their divorce. Bohan was adamant that their daughter stays off television, saying in August: "I refused to think it's ok for our 2yr old daughter Kirra Bohan to be shown & exploited on Reality TV. Not just my child but anyone's for that matter [sic]." Bohan and Patridge tied the knot in 2016 after an on-again-off-again relationship. They filed to split after just 10 months of marriage. "The Hills: New Beginnings" is set to premiere on Monday, June 24. (PageSix)

Lady Gaga Told Ex-Fiance Christian Carino 'Not to Contact Her' Anymore. No longer caught in a bad romance. Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney's romance may have ended amicably, but her engagement to Christian Carino ... well, not so much. "She's been hounded by Christian," a source reveals exclusively in the new issue of Us Weekly. "She told him not to contact her." The former couple, who started dating in February 2017 and secretly got engaged that summer, were all smiles and cozy as ever throughout much of the 2019 awards season. But when the A Star Is Born actress, 33, attended the Grammy Awards solo in February, fans suspected something was up. Sure enough, Us confirmed soon after that Gaga had ended things with Carino, who once worked as her talent agent. A second insider tells Us that the pair's relationship was "a bit toxic," but the pop star has been "enjoying her life" since the breakup. Prior to Carino, Gaga was engaged to Chicago Fire star Kinney, 37, from February 2015 to July 2016. (UsMagazine)

Britney Spears will be checking herself out of the mental health facility where she's been for 30 days -- but we've learned she's still dealing with a big, unresolved issue ... her meds. Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ, Britney's mental state is much better than it was when she checked in. As we reported, the singer was distraught over an illness her dad was battling ... made exponentially worse by the fact the meds she'd been taking for her mental illness stopped working. Doctors were trying to find a new combo of meds, but they couldn't get the mixture right and it was doing Britney more harm than good ... to the point she stopped taking them. Our sources say doctors still haven't figured out the right formula and call it, "a work in progress." The sources are quick to say, Britney did NOT check into the facility to get her meds right ... it was to get her head straight. We're told she's doing "a lot better" in that department, but the doctors continue to work on the cocktail of meds. A lot of people commented on the pic of Britney with her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, on Easter Sunday, where she looked a little off. Our sources acknowledge, she's still having difficulty, but nonetheless is in a better head space. We're told she could leave the mental health facility as early as today but definitely by week's end ... and she's almost certainly going home. Doctors will continue to work with her on getting the medicines right. Short story ... mental illness is difficult, but she's doing okay. (TMZ)

It took almost 6 years, but Camille Grammer's secured a legal victory over her ex-boyfriend ... in a case involving assault and claims of defamation from both sides. "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star came out on top in her civil suit against Dimitri Charalambopoulos Wednesday, after a jury ruled he attacked her in a Houston hotel in 2013 ... and she did NOT defame him by reporting it. The jury also determined Charalambopoulos defamed Grammer when he went on "Access Hollywood" a month after the incident and claimed she fabricated the story. According to legal docs ... Grammer was awarded $36,000 in damages for the assault. She was also awarded $25 for injury to her reputation from the defamation. Not a ton o' dough, but a win's a win. We broke the story ... Kelsey Grammer's ex-wife claimed Dimitri, her boyfriend at the time, brutalized her in October 2013 after the 2 had an argument over a late-night text. A grand jury decided there was not enough evidence to charge him criminally, and he subsequently sued her for defamation. Camille countersued, claiming her story was true and she has more than enough photos, witnesses and other evidence to establish it ... while tacking on her own claim of defamation. In the end, the jury sided with her. (TMZ)


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