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  • 1. Pregnant actress Cristine Reyes’ partner speaks up



















    Ali Khatibi opened up for the first time about his relationship with Cristine, the pregnancy, and jujitsu training. In the article “Toe to Toe with Ali Khatibi” posted on Large on Sports Channel's Facebook page, The Filipino-Iranian MMA fighter said he’s overwhelmed by the amount of buzz Cristine’s announcement has made. Heads up, soon-to-be dad, seeing your own baby for the first time could have the same effect. (pep.ph)

    2. People's Sexiest Man Alive for 2014 is a dad!
    Chris Hemsworth, who plays the Norse god Thor in The Avengers, is People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive for 2014. Hemsworth is married to actress and Spanish model Elsa Pataky (Fast & Furious 6) and together they have three kids: India, age 2, and twin sons Sasha and Tristan, 8 months old. We can’t complain, especially when we see him doting on his kids! (people.com)

    3. Look, it’s Cinderella!
    The first trailer for Disney’s new live-action "Cinderella" movie is out, and it looks magical. It also has every element of the classic tale, from the mice to the glass slippers. We’re excited to see more of Lily James (Downton Abbey), Richard Madden (Game of Thrones), and of course, Cate Blanchett as the wicked stepmother and Helena Bonham Carter as the fairy godmother when this movie hits theaters March next year. (mashable.com)

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    4. Barbie says sorry
    The toy manufacturer Mattel finally posted an apology on Barbie’s Facebook page after almost five years and several complaints about a 2010 children’s book, which portrays Barbie as a computer engineer who designs ideas but is highly dependent on men to actually do the hard work. The toy company promises to portray an empowered Barbie character moving forward. Now, Mattel, maybe you should also do something about Barbie’s unrealistic waistline? (huffingtonpost.com)

    5. Energy drinks could be deadly for kids
    According to a new study presented at the American Heart Association, children who drink energy drinks could suffer from serious side effects such as seizures, irregular heart rhythms and dangerously high blood pressure because of their unusually high sugar content. Parents, if your tot is thirsty, stick to good old water instead. (yahoo.com)

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