Paul Stanley and Wife Erin Show Off Belly

09/21/2008 at 03:00 PM ET
Vince Flores/Celebrity Photo

KISS rocker Paul Stanley poses with wife Erin — showing off her bump in a fitted black dress — at the 2008 Freedom Awards to combat international slavery and human trafficking. The event was held last Monday at the University of Southern California.

Paul, 56, recently told WGN TV that he and Erin, 36, are expecting a baby girl in January.

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Rye on

wow, her baby bump is pretty huge for being due in February! She looks further along than that! I’m guessing another boy for them.

L on

What Rye said!

Heather Lynn on

Rye- I completely agree with you! I saw her and I was like wow she looks bigger than Jen Garner and she’s due in December! I also think this baby will be a little boy!

zaraB on

I’m much bigger than her and due in late January. Pregnant women come in all shapes and sizes. She probably just looks bigger because she’s very slim.

zaraB on

I meant to say also that I think she looks great!

keo on

Wow… she looks awesome but I wouldn’t be surprised if there are 2! That’s pretty big for a Feb. baby… isn’t it?

Rye on

I should have mentioned that besides the ginormous baby bump she looks simply fabulous! Pregnancy definetly suits this lady! She’s gorgeous!🙂

Still thinking there’s either a boy in there or twins. lol.

Tiffany on

She’s due in January with a little girl. She was really big with the last baby too, but she’s a pretty small woman.

MB on

Really people? Her bump is not that big. I would guess I’m the same size she is, and I’m due the 2nd week of February. Women come in all shapes and sizes. How do you think some of these celebs would feel if they came on here and saw these comments about how big they are/how they *must* be lying about their due date? I don’t mean to be all on a soap box or whatever, but having been the recipient of comments about my size and knowing it can be rather hurtful, I would imagine some of the celebs would feel sensitive too. Why can’t we just compliment each other and leave it at that?

Brandi on

Wow, she looks great. If I wore that dress there would be bulges everywhere!

L on

MB, nobody said she was lying or that she was too big for her due date. I know someone due in January with a tiny bump. I know someone due a day later with a huge bump. Infact, today the two ladies were discussing that at work. I think most posters are aware that bump sizes are different. She looks great, nobody is denying that or not complimenting her. :S.

MB on

Haha L I think I misread a couple of the comments above. Whoops! 🙂 In any case, I know those types of comments are still rampant on this site and I think that’s a shame.

CelebBabyLover on

MB- While you may have mis-read some of the comments, I do pretty much agree with you in general (i.e. about ANY pregnant celeb who gets those sort of comments).

While nobody here has been implying that she is lying about her due date, comments such as “I wouldn’t be surprised if there are 2” or “I still think there’s either a boy in there or twins” could definently be hurtful to some people (although I realize that the commentor who said the comment about there being a boy in there or twins was probably joking, as she added “LOL” at the end of that sentence!)

For example, I know I’d hate it if I were pregnant, had a huge bump, and someone insisted I must be having twins! For some reason, everyone seems to immeditly go “twins!” lately whenever a celeb has an extremely large baby bump.

I want to point out that Naomi Watts (during her pregnancy with Sasha) and Isla Fisher were both HUGE by the end of their pregnancies, and people speculated that they were each having twins. However, they each had ONE baby.

I know there have been a lot of twin pregnancies/births in Hollywood lately, but that doesn’t mean every celeb with a huge bump is expecting twins!

Also, it’s not just boys who can be big and make huge bumps. I know of a lady who was absolutly HUGE during her first pregnancy (in fact, even her doctor thought she might be carrying twins and checked her multiple times to see if that was the case!).

She ended up giving birth a big (the baby was over 9lbs!), healthy….GIRL!

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