Britney Spears: Yes, I Did It Again
Britney Spears publicly acknowledged to David Letterman Tuesday night that, yes, she did it again.
"Extra" was there as Mama Spears left Letterman's show in Manhattan amidst the cameras, the light bulbs and the cheers, just moments after she confirmed the world's worst kept secret.
Only "Extra" was a headline ahead of Britney's bombshell! We broke the story Tuesday, when we snapped Brit shopping for baby clothes just hours before her revelation.
People magazine's Jamie Bufalino sat down with "Extra" to spill all-new details about Britney's pregnancy. "Britney said that she is now five months pregnant with her second child," he revealed. "Which is just 8 months after giving birth to Sean Preston."
"Extra" caught wind of Britney's hubby Kevin Federline in Las Vegas, where he dished on the state of their nearly 2-year union. "I love my wife, and we work together to better ourselves," Kevin said. "She keeps me calm, I'll say that."
Another star staying calm is Brooke Shields. The actress went public with her all-new post-partum fears.
After the birth of her new baby girl Grier, Brooke told People magazine that she was prepared to feel the baby blues she experienced after her first pregnancy. But these days, the beautiful mother of two is nothing but smiles.
Also smiling these days is superstar Bruce Willis. Only "Extra" caught him kissing, and now we're telling and spilling secrets of his smacking new romance with stunning younger actress Tamara Feldman.
"Extra" spotted Bruce and the beautiful brunette leaving the luxury lingerie shop La Perla! But it's not the first time we've uncovered Bruce's connection to his beautiful gal pal. Feldman stars alongside Bruce as a naughty nurse in an upcoming movie.
Love is definitely in the air, especially for Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott, who wed in a private ceremony in Fiji on Sunday.
Now, only People magazine has pictures of the private ceremony in which Tori donned a Dolce and Gabbana dress and no shoes. People also revealed the wedding was ultra-private -- there were no guests in attendance.