Lil’ Kim throws baby shower

Lil’ Kim is preparing for her lil’ one in a big way.

Born Kimberly Jones, the rapper, who is pregnant with a baby girl, had one majorly over-the-top baby shower in New York this weekend.

The Grammy winner, 39, raised eyebrows when she got her fans in on the action, sending out information about her high-priced baby registries. </p>

According to Us Weekly, her assistant put a photo on Instagram with information on where the gifts could be purchased and where they should be sent, and a note to check gifts off from the registry.

Kim is registered under her birth name at Tiffany & Co., Petit Tresor, Buy Buy Baby, Bel Bambini and Babies ‘R’ Us. Her lists include two $7,899 strollers in different colors.

The star may be in need of a shopping trip, however, as the large majority of her items still remain unfulfilled on her registries.


The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco will rename a court in the lobby of the de Young Museum in honor of its late former director, John Edward Buchanan Jr.

Officials announced the death of Julia Roberts’ half sister Nancy Motes in February was a suicide.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher purchased a home in Beverly Hills for $10.2 million.

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Musician Brian Eno is 66.

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