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In celebration of Kelly Ripa's 50th birthday on Friday, Oct. 2, take a look back at all of the most charming moments her family with husband Mark Consuelos have shared with us.Star of now-defunct daytime soap opera All My Children. Long-running co-host of the Live morning show, currently alongside pal Ryan Seacrest. Star of ABC sitcom Hope & Faith. Spokeswoman extraordinaire. Clapback queen.
The power of female friendships.
On Wednesday, Oct. 28's, caught up with E!'s and discussed everything from her close Hollywood bonds to . and Michelle Williams, Kelly is proud to call , and friends.
On the importance of female friendships, especially in Hollywood, Kelly shared, "I think that when it comes to women doing so many different things on their own and being able to support each other and love on each other and be there for each other and encourage each other, you know, outside my unit B and Michelle, I have them and we have each other, and it's just so beautiful."
Reds president of baseball operations Dick Williams resigns
The Williams family has been ingrained with the Reds franchise for decades. Williams’ father and uncle are currently minority shareholders with the club.The Williams family has been ingrained with the Reds franchise for decades. Williams’ father and uncle are currently minority shareholders with the club, and his grandfather was at one point a partial owner of the franchise as well. Williams joined the team as director of baseball operations back in 2006, when Castellini purchased a majority stake in the team, and he’s steadily climbed the ranks to his current post. Krall, previously an assistant GM, was elevated to GM status in May 2018.
Later on, Kelly touched on her appearancemusic video. Specifically, the alum revealed what made her smile so bright while filming.
"I think it was more so just love and I think it was so much love above anything," she remarked. "Like, love and admiration and respect and being able to see someone deeply."
And Kelly has a lot to smile about these days, and we're not just talking about her partnership with Oral B. As E! readers may recall, earlier this month,revealed she's pregnant with her second child.
According to Kelly,, "it wasn't too hard" to keep her pregnancy under wraps. On how son Titan is handling becoming a big brother, Kelly revealed about the baby.
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"Rick is my best friend. My partner in crime. I'm so in love," Kelly Dodd told PEOPLE about Rick Leventhal, whom she met in summer 2019 and got engaged to months later "I'm so excited to be Mrs. Leventhal!!" the Bravo star announced. PEOPLE broke the news of Dodd’s relationship in August 2019. The couple met earlier that summer through Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer at a party in the Hamptons. Months later, Leventhal popped the question to the Bravo personality with a massive pear-shaped diamond ring in New York City, where he filled his apartment with flowers and champagne.
"He said that he wants a boy, but he's recently said he's wanted a girl," she stated. "He is over the moon about being a big brother. He has already named the baby."
Of course, Kelly and husband Tim Weatherspoon are equally thrilled about this pregnancy.
"Tim and I are excited to be parents of two," Kelly gushed. "A little daunting between two kids and how crazy that is and trying to balance everything off, but I'm really, really excited, for sure."
However, per Kelly, this pregnancy has brought on some interesting symptoms. Namely, she experienced teeth sensitivity in her first trimester.
"I just feel like things are definitely different," the 39-year-old singer noted. "My first trimester, my teeth were so sensitive. So, this whole new relationship that I have with Oral B now, just kind of came at the perfect time."
Kelly went on to praise the new Oral B iO toothbrush.
She concluded, "I mean, it's really innovative. It's very cool. I'm literally cleaning my teeth and it felt like I just left the dentist's office."
For Kelly's full Daily Pop interview, watch the clip above.
NASA scientists discover "strange" molecule on Saturn's moon Titan - it is considered a building block for new life .
Saturn's moon Titan , which already has a rather strange reputation, has now become even more mysterious. Astronomers have detected cyclopropenylidene (C3H2) in its atmosphere - an extremely rare carbon-based molecule that is so reactive that it can only exist on Earth under laboratory conditions. In fact, the molecule is so rare that it has never been detected in an atmosphere, in the solar system, or anywhere else.