Drew Lachey- you're confusing us!

01/25/2006 at 12:50 PM ET

CBB Reader Kristin emailed us the following:

Bio_lachey Hi!  I read your website almost daily, and was listening to WPLJ (95.5 in NYC) this morning, and they had a phone interview with Drew, and they asked him about the baby, and if they knew what they were having.  He said yes, and that it was "a little chickadee".  The DJ’s then continued on the conversation asking questions, all the time saying that it was a girl…Drew never corrected them.  So maybe it is a girl after all?  Or he was misleading them…who knows.  They also asked about names, and they said they were "superstitious" of giving out the name….
So now we have baby registries for girls, an US Weekly article saying it’s a boy, and Drew saying it’s a chickadee. So which is it, Drew and Lea?! Guess we have to wait until March to find out.

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DJ on

Maybe they are “superstitious” about telling the sex of the baby for real too, so one time he says boy, the next time he says girl, and so on and so on.

ally on

Maybe US Weekly got the facts wrong. Right above the interview they did with him, they did a paragraph setup of what was going on in his life – Dancing with the Stars, baby coming, etc. US Weekly said in that paragraph that the baby was a boy, so it wasn’t really part of the actual interview printed. Or maybe by “chickadee”, he just meant a baby, not necessarily a girl. Kind of like when people ask, “Do you know what are you having?”, and the parents respond, “Yes, a baby”, because they don’t want to reveal the gender.

joy on

I guess we’ll all just have to wait and see. I would think of chickadee as just simply as a baby not necessarily the gender. I read the us weekly interview and it did state it was a boy but who really knows.

Melissa on

US Weekly and Life & Style are doing the same thing regarding the Jolie-Pitt baby – one says girl, the other says boy. I guess each has a 50-50 chance of being right.