Beyonce Reveals Due Date, Says Pregnancy 'Already Has Changed My Life'

Clear your schedule and do what you can to prepare yourself, because Beyonce has announced when The Greatest Fetus Of All Time™ is scheduled to make his or her arrival. In an interview on Australia's Sunday Night, it was revealed that the baby is due in February 2012. She says pregnancy, "already has changed my life. My husband and I have been together for 10 years, all of my 20s, since I was 20, and I just feel like it's time ... I'm very grateful that God has blessed me with the biggest gift any human being can have. And I think because I've accomplished a lot of things for myself and I really know who I am ... if there was any time, right now is the time. I'm so happy." You can watch the interview at the link, but be warned: It contains the sentence, "The only thing bigger than Beyonce right now is her beautiful baby bump. No wonder Beyonce is blooming. This really is destiny's child." [CNN]

At the Harvard-Cornell game Bill Murray introduced himself when Cornell's band started playing the Ghostbusters theme, and later he pretended to conduct. Even though there's video, these kids should know that no one will ever believe them. [N.Y. Magbill ]

Beyonce Reveals Due Date, Says Pregnancy 'Already Has Changed My Life'

Well, no one could have seen this coming: Child bride Courtney Stodden is obsessed with Marilyn Monroe, and posed with her her hands and feet in Marilyn's imprints on the Walk of Fame. [Radar]

Beyonce Reveals Due Date, Says Pregnancy 'Already Has Changed My Life'

Lady Gaga appeared on a British talk show and gave the host a sheep named Kevin as a birthday gift. [N.Y. Mag]

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