This post serves as a very important reminder that Snooki’s (maybe) pregnancy isn’t the only bun in the oven in celebrity land. Joining the mom club is Elizabeth Berkley who has just announced that she is pregnant with her first child. The 39-year-old actress is married to artist Greg Lauren and is super excited about her baby, saying, “In life there are moments you cherish forever and this is one of them. We are so excited to share this moment and special news! The baby is due this summer.” And yes, her bump is already bumpin’. The last couple of photographs we saw of Berkley — we’re talking from the latter half of February — she always had some sort of long scarf action going on. We thought it was some sort of fashion statement, but now we know the real reason! She was just playing hide-the-baby-bump. Congratulations to the happy couple!
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Last week theFABlife gave you a list of sitcom kids whose iconic small screen characters didn’t stop them from becoming grown-up Hollywood stars. But that got us thinking: What happened to the kids who didn’t go that A-list route and got sucked into the black hole of former child actors? We recently heard from Family Matters star Jaleel White, who said that he still feels suffocated by Steve Urkel’s high-wasted pants. But that just got us curious about the others. Kimmy Gibbler, Danny Tamberelli, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Larisa Oleynik … where have you been!? We’re so sad that we’ve fallen out of contact with ‘em.
But never fear, folks! Through the magic of the Internet, we’ve managed to track down some of your favorite sitcom kids of the ’80s and ’90s. All you gotta do is click on the gallery below for a tearful reunion with your long-lost television friends. Enjoy! And bring a hanky.
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Happy Passover! Today Jews around the world celebrate God “passing over” the houses of the Jews when he killed the first born in Egypt. In honor of this special day, we are republishing our fabulous list of the top Jewish Hollywood Beauties. Maybe you can’t have leavened bread, but there are plenty of hot buns in this gallery to make up for it! L’Chaim!