January 13, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 56  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS

Destiny to make fourth child
Breaking all rules of nature and science, three women will get together in March to create their fourth baby. Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and, of course, Beyoncé Knowles will reunite in March to begin recording LP number 4 (not including their god-awful Christmas album). Knowles had actually planned to work on songs that didn’t make her 2003 Dangerously in Love album, but she’s decided to put that on hold for her groupmates (such a team player, that Beyoncé!). Before March, however, Miss Knowles will be keeping busy by belting out the Stars and Stripes at this year’s Super Bowl (and patriotic too!).

Let’s hope he looks more
like his mama

In the “sure he’s a rock star, but I still don’t get it” category, the union of sweetheart actress Kate Hudson and The Black Crowes’ Chris Robinson has produced Ryder Russell Robinson at 8 pounds and 11 ounces. The couple has been married since Hudson’s Oscar-nominated, star-making performance as band groupie Penny Lane in Cameron Crowe’s rock journalism flick Almost Famous.

Cruising with Rosie O’Donnell
Rosie O’Donnell and her partner Kelli O’Donnell have formed R Family Vacations and plan a gay cruise filled with family values. The week-long trek on the Norwegian Dawn ship will provide seminars for gay parents and gay parents-to-be, including sessions on adoption, artificial insemination and surrogacy.

—Brian Wong

 

 

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