J.R. Martinez on Bethenny Show with baby daughter Lauryn Annabelle
J.R. Martinez Jokes About Boobs & Fatherhood: "It's Straight Up Milk Now"
By Samantha Leal | 07/12/2012 - 12:51

New father and Dancing With the Stars champion J.R. Martinez admits that his mindset has definitely changed now that he has a baby, reports People. While appearing on the Bethenny show to talk about his daughter, Lauryn Anabelle ("Belle" for short), the Iraq war veteran gushes about his girlfriend Diana Gonzalez-Jones and his newfound love of her assets.


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Alejandro Sanz
Alejandro Sanz Welcomes New Son!
By Amaris Castillo | 07/13/2011 - 10:30

Alejandro Sanz’s third child was born earlier this week.  The Spanish singer announced the arrival of his new son with Raquel Perera via Twitter.  “Welcome my little Dylan.  Your crying is the perfect symphony,” he wrote.  Before that, he wrote a short post on his account, stati


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Romeo Aventura
Bachatero Romeo Admits He Was a Bad Father
By Amaris Castillo | 06/03/2011 - 14:26

Former Aventura frontman Romeo Santos hasn’t always had a great relationship with his son.  The 29-year-old Dominican-American singer admitted to turning his back on 10-year-old Álex for the first two years of his life. 


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Nick Cannon
Nick and Mariah Ready for Babies with Pacifiers
By Lee Hernandez | 04/12/2011 - 11:20

"Any day now," — that's when Nick Cannon, 30, says his wife Mariah Carey, 42, will be giving birth to their twins — and Nick says he can't wait to become a new dad. 


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Ricky Martin Wants to Sing Love Songs about Men
Ricky Martin Wants to Sing Love Songs about Men
By Lee Hernandez | 02/01/2011 - 12:00

Ricky Martin rose to fame singing love songs about women, like “She Bangs,” and “She’s All I Ever Had,” but the openly gay singer tells Tvynovelas.com that for his next album, he’s planning to sing love songs about men.


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Get Papi Involved in Your Pregnancy!
By BabyCenter | 05/11/2009 - 11:30

Pregnancy is seen as a mom thing. Few women believe that Dad really gets it. And the fact is, men mostly don't. They can show interest and empathize and some read about it—but let's face it, a father's experience of having a baby is fairly removed until they're face to face with sleep deprivation. No dad can fully relate to the minute-by-minute, close-to-the-heart, kick-in-the-gut reality of carrying a baby to term.


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