“Have Elton John, David Furnish welcomed their second child?” links

Unconfirmed rumor: Elton John (65) & David Furnish (50) have welcomed their second child. Apparently, they used Camille Grammer’s surrogate? [I'm Not Obsessed]
Britney Spears “quits” the X-Factor before Simon Cowell can “fire” her. In other words, she only had a contract for one year & why is this a thing? [The Frisky]
Young evangelicals are tired of their parents’ culture wars. [Jezebel]
Miss Alabama’s QB boyfriend is a whiny baby. [IDLYITW]
If Duchess Kate gives birth to a girl, the girl will definitely be a princess. [Bitten & Bound]
Closeup of Pamela Anderson. Hey, at least she’s not crazy Botox’d. [Celebslam]
Wait, Bailey’s Irish Cream = Gay? [Bossip]
Preview of Emma Stone’s W Magazine cover – it’s horrible. [Amy Grindhouse]
Kim & Kanye NEED two pools, you guys. [Reality Tea]
Ricky Gervais & Conan O’Brien took a bath together. [Seriously OMG WTF]
John Mayer & Katy Perry are shacking up? Could be. [The Loop]
Zac Efron’s Leonardo strut is seems too fancy. [CityRag]
Bradley Cooper’s woolen hat is cute. [INFDaily]
Are you guys into Josh Bowman? He’s cute, but he’s got a baby face. [PopBytes]
Ryan Gosling says that Emma Stone owes him money. [Limelife]
I can’t believe Ozzy Osbourne is a grandpa. [Life & Style]

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  1. KellyinSeattle says:

    I so love Elton. And what a cute little boy they have.

  2. marie says:

    If they have a new baby, congrats for them.

    I get McCarron wanting to keep his private life private, but he should have thought about that before dating Miss Alabama. With the reaction though, you’d think no guy has ever seen a hot woman before.

    And I want to see Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling date, that would be cute.

  3. Agnes says:

    congrats to them, if that’s the case. their son is adorable. :)

  4. Nev says:

    your comment is TIRESOME and BEYOND ANNOYING.


    NEVERMIND…oh wow!!! THANKS for removing that nasty comment!!!

  5. Post-Its says:

    I’m a huge Phillies fan, so I love the hat he is wearing!

  6. j.eyre says:

    Yes, Zac’s strut in that photo is far too fancy – as if he is about to break out in song. But there are some cuter picture of him from that set.

    Emma’s cover? It almost moves me to use a frowning emoticon.

  7. hmmmpf says:

    Congrats to them?

    And the baby getting grandparents instead of parents? When the child is 10, they will be 60 and 75. If they are still alive.

    Even the oldest woman ever to have a child using IVF said she regretted being so old and that it wasn’t fair to the child.

    *sorry to ruin the party*

    • Dap says:

      I believe the oldest woman to have a child using IVF was a 63-years old spaniards. She died three years later and left two twins orphan. I don’t see either anything joyful in people trying to play God.

      • Jackie says:

        The oldest was a 70-something year old woman in India. There are no age limits there obviously. Really beyond selfish. And I am a 38 year old who will be doing IVF this year and I will only try for a few more years. Beyond early 40s is ridiculous.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        As an infertile woman, of normal child bearing age, I’m thrilled that things like IUI, IVF and clomid exist. I’m the product of reproductive intervention and so are my children. If you think we’re “playing god,” do you also believe people who have abortions are doing the same? What about those seeking medical intervention for cancer or other diseases that would otherwise kill them? After all, they’re all disrupting the natural order of things (infertility, pregnancy and disease). It’s ludicrous to accuse one, who REASONABLY takes advantage of readily available technologies, of “playing god.”
        I think a 65 year old woman conceiving via ART is most certainly using poor judgement (since she probably won’t have the stamina to keep up with small children), but she may have the help, time and resources to devote to raising a productive member of society. I’d much rather have a mother who “played god,” and conceived me via ART, then one who got knocked up as a teen and pawned me off on the nearest adult so they could go out and party (see cast of Teen Mom).

      • Miffy says:

        I didn’t read Dap’s comment as an assault on all fertility intervention, least of all an attack on cancer treatment.

      • Dap says:

        Thanks Miffy.
        @MorticiansDoItDeader: playing god = pretending you’re immortal.

    • Jaycee says:

      Lots of grandparents have to raise their grandchildren. Are they playing God? We aren’t all entitled to have young parents, sometimes its just not in the cards.

      • Jackie says:

        There’s a huge difference between raising your grandchildren and purposely going through IVF at an advanced age.

      • Anon says:

        I’m 63 and have grandchildren, I am glad they only visit (they are now teens and 1 preteen) Grandparents do it if they have to but its hard!!! Even with money and help. Besides you don’t know what ailments you may get as a senior (like dementia)

      • Miffy says:

        Anon, you make a good point but you can argue that no one knows what’s around the corner. I’m sure my mother would have had a family earlier if she could have known that she would die from cancer in her early 40′s leaving a young family behind.

        Granted, older people are more likely going to have to confront those possibilities earlier than people in their 20′s and 30′s but not every case is the same.

      • Anon says:

        @Miffy says: I agree, no one knows what tomorrow will bring. My nieces lost their mom at 36, the girls were 11 and 14. I had them until recently (both are grown now) I am glad I wasn’t older as their caretaker; teen years are exhausting even for younger parents. Elton John has the best health care and help, they will be fine. Sorry to hear about your mom.

      • Dap says:

        Yes, some people die young, leave behind yound children and good for the kids if they have loving grand-parents to take care of them. The difference here is that it’s not a situation anyone chose on purpose.
        When you decide to have a child at 65, you know that you are going to have – at least – big health troubles before the child hit his twenties (and if you don’t know it, you’re a delusional popstar surrendered by bootlickers).
        Same thing with people who chose to have kids while they don’t have a house or the money to raise them, really. Sure everybody can lose his job or house anytime. But would you applaud someone who would chose to have a kid while living out in the street?

  8. DreamyK says:

    TMZ has a first hand account of LiLo’s drunken diva act on the “film” The Canyons.

    It’s epic. Also? I’m glad that people are outing her left and right. Huzzah!

  9. DAFFY says:

    that child is sooo beautiful xx

  10. Stubbylove says:

    Elton and David remind me of Robin Willams and Nathan Lane’s characters from The Birdcage on the 1st 3 pics.

  11. Kim says:

    Their reps say there is no baby,totally false

  12. Jaycee says:

    Jackie, I hope your IVF FAILS. You are too judgmental to be raising children. You say you are 38 and want to have a child, but want to cast judgment on people in their 40s who try to have kids? That’s too rich, my dear.

    • Miffy says:

      Woah! No need for that. Expressing an (albeit controversial) opinion is met with a wish for her to fail at having a family at all? Too harsh.

    • Jackie says:

      Wow, really? I’d never hope for someone’s IVF to fail, no matter how much I disagreed with them. Notice I said I’d stop when I’m in my early 40s. This is because that’s an age when you would normally expect your childbearing years to come to an end. The rhetoric that a person in their 20s could die and leave behind small children fails to acknowledge that a 50, 60 or 70 year old will probably die before a younger one. I want a child more than anything else in this world, but there is a point where my desires have to take a back seat to realistically thinking about how my child’s welfare might be impacted. I can’t bring myself to be that selfish.

      • Miffy says:

        Jackie, you’ve obviously thought about this alot and I wish you nothing but luck in your IVF. That probably means about as much as a nasty comment given that it’s all on the internet but I sincerely hope you get what makes you happy.

      • Becky1 says:

        Jackie, I agree with you completely. I’m 40 now and if my husband and I don’t get pregnant within the next 1-2 years that chapter will be closed. Everyone has the right to make their own choices, but for me early 40′s is the limit.

        Good luck and best wishes to you!

      • Dap says:

        @Jaycee: what a mean and inappropriate comment. The fact that, even if Jackie wants so badly to be pregnant and start a family, she is ready to give up on her dream because she thinks it might not be in the best interest of the kid, shows that she would be a terrific mother.
        P.S: Jackie: I’m sending you good thoughts to neutralize Jaycee-Cruella comment ;-)

  13. Jackie says:

    @ Miffy- Thank you! We’ve been trying for nearly 8 years and I’ve gone through the gamut of emotions. If I am never able to get pregnant, I don’t think I will ever completely get over it, but I can’t let it define my entire life. The first few years I would have done anything and only in the last year or so have I started to even accept that it may not happen and I am going to have to come to terms with that. I still have hope though :)

    • Michelle says:

      Dear Jackie, as a woman unable to bring a child into the world I found that at my age (45) I am finally ok with it. I was fortunate enough that my 2nd husband had 2 children he had custody of. The really big thing for me was that for a time I met another woman who was such a wonderful woman and wantabe mother and guess what- all of our expectations and daydreams may not be real. All those daydreams even when you have your own child may not be even anywhere close to your dreams. I took over raising my 2 very ornery stepkids and frankly all the drama that was -did show me a real reality. Fortunatly for me, these new grandkids do not no the difference between REAL grandma and me and frankly its all ok. I really suggest forming bonds with nieces or nephews who might need you. Those bonds can be stronger than you think.

      • Jackie says:

        I have two nephews, 3 1/2 and 2. I was devastated when my SIL announced her pregnancies. But how I absolutely love and adore them. I’d give anything to and do anything for them. The oldest one loves aviation and space as I do and he gets it entirely from my influence in his life. These are the sorts of things I have always imagined I’d do with my own kids. My nephews do a lot to fill this void in my life :)

  14. Jackie says:

    @ Becky1- Sending baby dust to you :)

  15. Jayna says:

    Actually, because they are older, I think it’s better they give their son a sibling. Think of how close Will and Harry are. I am extremely close to my sister. This way no matter what happens they will always have each other and be close in age. Not everyone is lucky enough to be close to their sibling, but if they are, it’s great. Being brought up with such wealth and privilege and Elton’s longterm addiction gene that took him years to kick, you never know. One sibling could be a mess and one wonderful. I know this child is Elton’s. The second one might be David’s, though. Life is a crapshoot. I have made no point at here with this post. LOL

  16. Ryan says:

    Ozzy looks so youthful in that picture with his granddaughter!

  17. Dap says:

    Elton John is the same age as Glenn Close, Camilla Parker Bowles and Hillary Clinton. Would you applaude if any of this women just had a baby through IVF?

  18. Jackie says:

    @ Dap. Thank you for the kind words. I’m actually quite proud of myself that I responded to her in a rational and civilized manner. On another day and in another mood, I might have gone on a lunatic rant instead ;)

  19. lettylynton says:

    Emma Stone’s magazine cover looks like the pictures my friends and I used to take in high school trying to look hot. Ouch! And Ozzy looks amazing! He must have made the same deal with the devil Bowie did. And Pamela..? I remember reading something about her when she did Baywatch, about how she only put sunscreen on her lips. Hindsight is a (wrinkled) bitch.

  20. cannonball says:

    yuc! 2 old fat trolls playing house.