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›  That Time Audra McDonald Tried To 'Give Birth And Parent At The Same Time'

Audra McDonald’s funny birth story is proof that parenting duties never truly stop.


The Broadway icon and “Beauty and the Beast” actress shared with People what it was like giving birth for the second time. In October, her daughter Zoe Madeline Donovan, who turned 16 on Valentine’s Day, was in the room as her mom gave birth to daughter Sally James McDonald-Swenson.


“While I was giving birth to Sally James, Zoe wasn’t planning on being in the hospital room, but she got too curious so she came in,” McDonald said.


In true parenting fashion, McDonald was caught up in making sure Zoe was comfortable ? even at the exact moment she was giving birth. 


“I was so worried about her being overwhelmed that literally, as I was pushing out Sally, I was looking over at Zoe saying, ‘Are you OK? Is there anything you need from me, are you OK?’” she told People. “And Zoe kept saying, ‘Mom, would you just concentrate on having the baby!’ But I was literally trying to give birth and parent at the same time.”


Since that day, McDonald has been keeping it real on Twitter about what it’s like having a baby in the household again. 














Funny stories and tweets aside, McDonald clearly has a lot of love for her daughters.


“If you want to make me melt, just put my two daughters together, and I’m a puddle,” she told People.


H/T People


The HuffPost Parents newsletter, So You Want To Raise A Feminist, offers the latest stories and news in progressive parenting. 

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›  'Moonlight' Director Barry Jenkins To Turn Last Year's Biggest Book Into A TV Series

The movie of 2016 was, according to most standards, “Moonlight,” a gorgeous coming-of-age film that took home (with no small fanfare) the coveted Oscar for Best Picture. The book of 2016, on the other hand, was easily Colson Whithead’s The Underground Railroad, earning not only Oprah’s stamp of approval but the National Book Award, too.


So who better to adapt Whitehead’s critically acclaimed novel than the man behind “Moonlight,” Barry Jenkins?


According to Variety, Jenkins will write and direct a TV adaptation of The Underground Railroad, a one-hour drama series currently in development with Amazon. The New York Times reports that the show will be executive produced by Pastel, a company co-founded by Jenkins, and Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment.






“Going back to ‘The Intuitionist,’ Colson’s writing has always defied convention, and ‘The Underground Railroad’ is no different,” Jenkins told Variety. “It’s a groundbreaking work that pays respect to our nation’s history while using the form to explore it in a thoughtful and original way. Preserving the sweep and grandeur of a story like this requires bold, innovative thinking and in Amazon we’ve found a partner whose reverence for storytelling and freeness of form is wholly in line with our vision.”














The Underground Railroad, described by HuffPost’s Claire Fallon as “an instant classic,” tells a story of the eponymous railroad familiar to students of American history, filtered through the lens of speculative fiction. The book centers on Cora, a young woman enslaved on a Georgia plantation, who descends into a literal subway system in an attempt to escape into freedom.


“This book has kept me up at night, had my heart in my throat, almost afraid to turn the next page,” Oprah explained in her review of the book.


Adapting Railroad isn’t Jenkins’ first foray into TV. He directed an episode of the upcoming Netflix adaptation of the movie “Dear White People” and an episode of the PBS series “Futurestates.”


According to the NYT, the Amazon production has not officially received the green light; it’s been in development for months, but it’s unclear when it will arrive or how many episodes it will span. If it gets the definitive go-ahead, the show will skip Amazon’s typical pilot procedure and move straight to series.


It’s pretty safe to say this TV show, if and when it comes to fruition, will be a must-see.











Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017 


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›  Adults React To Videos Of Selena Quintanilla And It's Pretty Heartbreaking



When nine adults were asked to react to old videos of Selena Quintanilla, there was no doubt about who the queen of Tejano music was.


As part of FBE’s YouTube video series of adults reacting to pop stars, a group of men and women sat down to watch music videos of Selena and discuss the star. After immediately recognizing the slain singer, most struggled to hold back tears as they watched her perform.  


“I’m fighting back tears a little bit,” one participant named Scott said in FBE’s video. 


Jonathan, who began to tear up halfway through the video, said he loved Selena even though he didn’t understand all of the lyrics.    


“I’m emotional, I told you,” he said. “I just seriously think of her and I’m just like, ‘What could’ve been?’”


Selena was murdered in 1995 at the age of 23, and she was about to release her first English-language album when she was killed. But the Mexican-American had already become a beloved figure among Latinos in the United States, especially in her native Texas. 


“If you don’t know Selena, do yourself a favor ... like this is American music history, this happened here. You need to go and listen to [her music],” said Sergio, another participant in the video.


Watch the nine adults react to Selena and discuss her sense of style, her timeless music, how she pioneered many Latino artists’ crossovers and so much more in the video above. 


These folks would definitely do “anything for Selenas!”





CORRECTION: A previous version of this post incorrectly sourced the video to EFB on YouTube. The YouTube channel is actually FBE. 

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›  RuPaul Has Some Choice Words About Bachelorette Parties In Gay Bars

RuPaul spoke in an interview last week about a hotly contested issue within the LGBTQ community: the practice of straight women using gay bars as the sites for their bachelorette parties and the larger cultural problem it illustrates.


Speaking to podcast “Dinner Party Download,” Ru did not mince words about his feelings. In the eyes of the “RuPaul’s Drag Race” host, the treatment of gay bars as “tourist” destinations by straight women speaks to a more macro issue: treating gay people as accessories to straight life.


“Check yourself before you wreck yourself,” Ru says, adding: “You know, this is an important thing: People who live in the mainstream and the status quo think that everyone else is there to serve them.”


“So I’m a brown-skinned gay man,” he continued. “You know, I do drag. Early on, I learned that I could do it well and make money. So people automatically ask me about beauty tips. And I get kids who write me and say, ‘I wish you could do my makeup for my prom?’ Or, ‘I wish you could do my makeup for my wedding?’ I’m like, ‘Bitch, I’m not a makeup artist. I’m an enter-taint-er! OK?’”

Ru also added that this idea of gay people existing in or for the service of straight people is something LGBTQ people are all too familiar with, because straight people are unsure how to understand gay people in relation to themselves.


“People don’t know how to place me in their consciousness,” Ru said. “They think, ‘Oh, you must be here to make me look good. That’s what gay guys are, right? You’re an accessory for my straight life.’ Just because your limited view is that everyone’s there to serve you and that you’re the only person in the world. It doesn’t work that way.”


While straight, cisgender people are of course welcome in LGBTQ spaces, it’s important to be aware of what these spaces represent to those in the community and a straight person’s relationship to them.


RuPaul is currently promoting for the ninth season of the highly successful “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” which premiered last Friday on VH1.

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›  The 'Pretty Little Liars' Two-Hour Finale Will Feel 'Like A Movie'

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We’re coming to the end of the road for “Pretty Little Liars,” and frankly, we’re not ready to say goodbye. The final 10 episodes of the teen drama begin airing on April 18, and from what showrunner I. Marlene King has to say, fans are in for a real doozy.


King spoke about season 7B at PaleyFest this weekend. The beloved PLL showrunner revealed that she has a “huge twist” in store for the finale.


It feels like a movie and it was written as if it was a movie,” King said. “I hope you guys are satisfied with this huge twist.”


Given that “Pretty Little Liars” pretty much reigns supreme when it comes to ridiculous plot twists, you know King isn’t messing around. She’s already acknowledged that the Uber “A” reveal will be heartbreakingly sad. Could it be that “A” has been one of our Liars all along?





Before we get too wrapped up in fan theories, King did have some happy news to share: your favorite PLL couples will be “endgame.”


“All the [relationship] endgames will be the endgames, but nobody’s going to get there super easily,” King said. “There’s going to be some bends in the road to get to the happily ever after.”


Well, we wouldn’t expect anything to be easy in the Liars’ universe. Is April 18 here yet?


We’ll be covering the final episodes of “Pretty Little Liars” on Instagram. Follow HuffPost Entertainment to join in on our #PLLWatchParty.


Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, March 31 on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017


 

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›  Discovery's 'Cash Cab' Trivia Show Is Coming Back

The Discovery Channel hasn’t debuted new episodes of “Cash Cab” since 2012, but that is now planned to change later this year.


The Hollywood Reporter just exclusively reported that Discovery is working on new episodes that will feature guest hosts from “the worlds of comedy, film and TV” as the drivers. Original host and driver Ben Bailey will apparently not be returning. The network has yet to announce a main host for the show.


Comedian David Steinberg (who has directed episodes of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and produced various comedy specials) will executive produce.


For those unfamiliar with the original series, “Cash Cab” is a game show from 2005 where passengers in a taxi try to answer trivia questions before they reach their destination. Contestants could earn hundreds of dollars by answering these prompts correctly.


The original show had a bit of controversy when former contestants came forward to reveal the premise was faked. Rather than the cash cab randomly picking up unsuspecting passengers as the show implies, producers would cast contestants beforehand. The money exchange between the contestants and host at the end of their rides was also apparently staged, as the show would mail the contestants checks afterward.


These are certainly not egregious falsehoods, but the magic of hoping you could be picked up by the cash cab at any moment in New York was gone.


It remains unclear if the new “Cash Cab” will be formatted similarly to the original or if there will be changes to the game show’s model. 


Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, March 31 on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017


 

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›  Darius Rucker Cries For The Love Of The Gamecocks, Who Reach Final Four





We can just hear Darius Rucker singing to his team: “I only wanna be with you.”


Rucker, lead singer of ‘90s hitmakers Hootie and the Blowfish, had himself a moment in New York City’s Madison Square Garden after watching the South Carolina Gamecocks defeat the Florida Gators on Sunday, advancing to their first Final Four in the NCAA Tournament.


Watch the emotional reaction from the former South Carolina student and Charleston native below:






WISTV, a local TV outlet, pointed out that Rucker is so devoted, he hasn’t let work get in his way of March Madness, either. As he performed a concert in Charleston on Friday, the singer stole looks at onstage monitors showing South Carolina upsetting Baylor. 






Even Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Bill Murray ? other celebrity fans whose teams eventually bowed out ? didn’t show that level of fanaticism.






H/T For The Win


Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017 

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›  52 LOL-Worthy Tweets From The Funniest Celebrity Dads On Twitter

Sometimes as a parent, you just gotta laugh so you don’t have a total breakdown. And these funny celebrity dads make finding the humor in exhaustion, frustration and repetition a lot easier. Read on to laugh at the joy and the pain of parenting along with these comedians, actors and the rest of the funniest dads in the public eye.


1. Michael Ian Black


The comedian, actor and director is known for starring in cult classics like “The State” and “Wet Hot American Summer.” He’s the author of eight children’s books and has two now-teenage kids: daughter Ruth and son Elijah.






















2. Adam Scott 


The former “Parks and Recreation” star is a comedian and actor who has an 8-year-old daughter named Frankie and a 10-year-old son named Graham.


















3. Andy Richter


The actor and comedian is best known for his role as sidekick to Conan O’Brien (another one of our funny Twitter dads). He is father to 9-year-old Mercy and 16-year-old William. 


























 


4. Jim Gaffigan


Jim Gaffigan is everybody’s favorite “dad” comedian. The author of “Dad Is Fat” is known for telling jokes and writing about life with five children ? Patrick, Michael, Katie, Marre and Jack. 






















5. Taye Diggs 


The actor and singer has starred in movies and on Broadway, but he’s also the author of diversity-focused children’s books “Chocolate Me” and “Mixed Me.” He has a 6-year-old son named Walker with ex-wife Idina Menzel.






















 6. Ken Jennings


The father of one son broke two American game show records when he won 74 games and $2.52 million on Jeopardy! in 2004. 


























7. Rob Delaney


Voted “the funniest person on Twitter,” in 2012, the comedian now co-writes and co-stars in the comedy series “Catastrophe.” He is also a father of 3. 






















8. Lin-Manuel Miranda


Lin-Manuel Miranda created and starred in the musical “Hamilton,” which you might have heard of if you are a sentient being. He has one son, named Sebastian. 






















9. Conan O’Brien


Conan O’Brien is a television host and comedian who is known for several late-night talk shows, including his current gig hosting “Conan” on TBS. He has two children ? 13-year-old Neve and 11-year-old Beckett. 






















10. Ryan Reynolds


The “Deadpool” actor and his wife Blake Lively, have two daughters ? 2-year-old James and 5-month-old Ines. He is widely known for his deadpan parenting tweets

























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›  'SNL' Star Michael Che Refuses To Apologize For Calling Boston 'Racist'

Michael Che called Boston “the most racist city” he’s visited, and he’s sticking by that comment. But he also wants Bostonians to know that he has no hard feelings against them.


In an Instagram post on Saturday, the “Saturday Night Live” star responded to the recent media attention he received thanks to a joke he made about the American city in February.


“Listen Boston, my grandma is racist too, but I still love her. & I still love you,” Che wrote on the photo-sharing app alongside a screenshot of a tweet from The Boston Globe. 




For a little context, Che called Boston “the most racist city I’ve ever been to” during a “Weekend Update” segment that aired the night before Super Bowl LI. As Boston.com notes, the joke didn’t earn a lot of media coverage, but was reported on at the time by WEEI, a local radio station.


Last Thursday, Che brought up the comment again during a set at Boston University, saying he received some backlash over social media. But he didn’t apologize.


Instead, according to The Boston Globe, he told the crowd that he doesn’t apologize for his jokes or their subsequent controversies because he’s just “trying to be more presidential.” 


Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017

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›  Kevin Hart Responds To Dave Chappelle Calling Him Out On Netflix



If you felt a sudden chill while watching Netflix recently, it probably came during Dave Chappelle’s jokes about Kevin Hart. Apparently when Chappelle took his son to see one of Hart’s shows, the latter pulled a pretty cold move.


In his first comedy special on Netflix — which happened to be his first LA show in 10 years — Chappelle recalled what happened, saying he was slightly miffed by all the success Hart was having. Then, after taking his son backstage, Hart gave the kid a custom jersey with “K. Hart” stitched on it.


“Your father ever makes you mad, put that on,” Hart apparently told his son.


“Oh, that was some cold shit,” said Chappelle. “Then I realized, looked up, what Kevin made on Google. I couldn’t believe that shit. Kevin is the first comedian that a Drake song could be about. Kevin could walk around his house and sing, ‘All Me’ and the whole song would still be true.” 


Now, Hart is responding.


While answering fan questions on Twitter, the comedian said he thought the bit was “amazing.” 






But Twitter is full of trolls who don’t want anyone to have fun, so one person just wanted Hart to know that Chappelle was funnier than him. The comedian handled it well.






Actually, he might even agree with the statement. Hart has previously said in a 2013 interview, “You can’t compare anybody to Dave Chappelle.”


Just in case you still weren’t clear on where he stood on the bit, he even cited Chappelle as one of his favorite comedians.






This guy’s got Hart.


H/T PhillyVoice

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›  12 Times Seth Meyers Got Real About Parenting

Seth Meyers has officially been a dad for a year. 


His son, Ashe Olson Meyers, turns 1 year old today, and what a 12 months it’s been for the talk show host. From mastering the diaper game to deciphering his baby’s personality, the new dad has clearly learned a lot in Ashe’s first year.


In honor of the baby’s first birthday, we’ve rounded up some of Meyers’ best quotes about parenting. 


On his son’s birth:


“It was just this crazy moment where I exploded into laughing and sobbing at the same time.”


“The weird thing is that you’re just not a parent ... and then you are. It takes your brain a couple hours to catch up to that.”



Eating my foot and hitting the road!

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On diapers:


I like changing diapers. There’s a beginning, middle and an end, so I feel accomplished. When the baby is crying and you can’t communicate with it, then I’m frustrated. At least with the diaper, I know that it started dirty and now it’s clean.”


On parenting anxiety:


“I haven’t been great as far as being an assistant to my wife, in that the baby will wake up a couple times in the middle of the night, and then I’ve been adding a third wake-up because I have night terrors about where the baby is. I’ve been waking up, grabbing my wife’s face and saying, ‘I don’t know where the baby is.’ Then I just go back to sleep.”




On his baby’s personality:


He seems like a good dude. He also seems like an over thinker — there’s a lot of furrowed brows, so he’s probably going to be a happy guy 80 percent of the time and then worry the other 20 percent.”


“We can make him laugh, but now we feel like he has a fake cocktail-party laugh, that he doesn’t actually think anything’s funny, but he just sort of throws off this ‘Ha ha ha.’ It seems at 11 months you shouldn’t be so dismissive of us because we know the difference between his real laugh and this new cocktail-party laugh.”



Looking forward to this coming up in therapy and 25 years #ParentsToBlame

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On how fatherhood changes you:


“Most noticeable difference since becoming a dad: I’ve cried hard TWICE at ‘America’s Got Talent’ this season.”


“So embarrassing how I went from a person who did not care about anyone’s children, ever ... and then you have them, and you brag about the same stuff that you never cared about. You tell people ‘he’s got four teeth,’ like they’d care. No one cares, until you have a kid and then you say, ‘Oh my god that’s great, four ? mine has eight.’”


“It’s fantastic. Your life completely changes, but it changes so much less than the mother’s life changes. Mine’s pretty similar except there’s a baby at home in the morning and at night, but I still go to work.”


On Father’s Day:


“I got nothing from Ashe ? no gift, no card, which is very selfish! It’s early, but I’m concerned.



I'm crushing my first #fathersday as an honoree

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On his baby name choice:


“A couple of people have said to us, ‘Ashe Olson, do you think people will think you named him after Ashley Olsen?’ And to them I said, ‘No one will think that because I’ve long been a Mary-Kate guy.’”


On parenting in the Big Apple:


“I can also confirm that when you have a baby in New York you pretty much just sing ‘The Schuyler Sisters’ for the first 12 hours.”


 

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