Golden Globes report

01/26/2004 at 12:18 AM ET

Mary-Louise Parker gave birth to a boy on January 7.  The baby daddy is Billy Crudup who dumped her at 8 1/2 months after 7 years for Claire Danes.  She looked awesome, especially considering she gave birth two weeks ago.  Winning the Best Supporting Actress for Series, Miniseries or TV Movie, she credited maternity for her buxomness.  “Janelle Molony just told me that she would pay me $1000 if I thanked my newborn son for my boobs looking so good in this dress.  Get out your checkbook.  William Atticus Parker- thank you so much from your mother.” 

Debra Messing is due this spring.  She had a scare this fall because she’s too skinny. 

Cate Blanchett, a presenter and also nominated for Best Actress for Veronica Guerin, wore a sexy red not-very-maternal looking maternity dress.

She didn’t show him off, but Sarah Jessica Parker’s son James is weighing in at 22 pounds.  She described him as perfection, adding, “beyond my wildest, most wonderful dreams.  He’s a real delight.”

Now for the male celebrities with babies…

Jeffrey Wright– not only is he not gay- he has a kid!  Who knew?

Al Pacino said hello to his twins whose third was that day. 

Stella, Melanie Griffith’s and Antonio Banderas’ kid, was caught by the camera playing with Daddy’s wattle. 

And just because I’m writing about an awards show, I get to declare my best and worst dressed…

Best
Brittany Murphy’s 30’s style dress
Christina Ricci’s vintage dress
Kim Catrall was foxy.

Worst
Jennifer Garner looked like she was wearing curtains.
Diane Keaton really needs to hire a stylist.
Cynthia Nixon’s dress made her hips look huge.
I don’t remember what Nicole Kidman was wearing because ridiculous hairdo upstaged her.

FILED UNDER: Births , News

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