Friday, October 12, 2012



Tori Spelling With New Baby

The new issue of Us Weekly features the gripping account of how Tori Spelling nearly lost her life fighting for her unborn son. Twenty weeks into Spelling's fourth pregnancy, doctors diagnosed her with a condition known as placenta previa -- a condition in which the placenta covers the cervix, leading to massive internal bleeding. She was even at risk for a bleed catastrophic enough to force doctors to terminate her pregnancy.

The actress and reality star spent 10 weeks in the hospital and four grueling months on bed rest, worrying about dying and leaving her family behind. But she kept her ordeal secret from fans. "I just remember thinking, I can't leave three children behind," Spelling, 39, tells Us exclusively of Liam, 5, Stella, 4, and Hattie, 12 months, who she shares with husband of six years Dean McDermott. The Craft Wars host's condition was caused in part by conceiving Finn just one month after giving birth to daughter Hattie, and undergoing three prior C-sections.

Fortunately, after enduring nine massive bleeds -- and one very close call -- Spelling safely welcomed baby Finn Davey McDermott on Aug. 30. (Three weeks later, the star underwent successful emergency surgery after her C-section scars burst open). Spelling proudly shares the first pictures of baby Finn -- with Mom, Dad and his three proud siblings -- shot in the family home in a stunning, exclusive eight page portfolio in this week's Us Weekly. "When they put him in my arms I was like, 'We made it.''" she tells Us. "We have an insane bond. We've been through hell and back."

Below please find select Hot Stuff items from the new issue. I’ve attached our cover image for your use, and I’d be happy to send the story pdf as well if you’d like. Please let me know if you’d like to speak with an Us editor regarding this issue or other entertainment-related news.



A pal says money is holding up Kutcher’s split from Moore

Demi Moore

Ashton Kutcher
ASHTON KUTCHER is ready to let go of DEMI Moore — just not his dough. An insider says the pair are still working out a financial arrangement before filing for divorce, and their negotiations have hit a snag. Though the Two and a Half Men star, 34, pockets $700,000 an episode, “he’s so cheap!” says the insider. “He’s trying to get the best deal he can.” But being legally wed to Moore — who announced their separation last November in the wake of his cheating scandal with then–22-year-old Sara Leal — hasn’t hurt his five-month romance with Mila Kunis, 29. “They’re really serious,” says the insider. And seriously getting under Moore’s skin. “She’s not psyched about Ash­ton and Mila,” a Moore pal admits. Her main issue: Kutcher’s longtime bond with his former That ’70s Show costar. “She was always inse­cure over the course of her marriage,” the pal says of the actress, 49. “So, yeah, it’s hurtful that he’s with someone he knew the whole time he was with her.”


Emily Blunt 

No Cruise control here! Tom Cruise, 50, let loose with All You Need Is Kill costars Emily Blunt and Bill Paxton at Matt Damon’s October 6 birthday blowout at the Box club, sources tell Hot Stuff. “They were all having fun,” says an onlooker. “Matt and his wife [Luciana] were jumping on couches, kissing and doing shots.” A solo Cruise stayed out till 3 a.m., enjoying the club’s wild circus and comedy acts. Says the source, “He even got paddled by the transgender hostess!”

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