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Erinn Hayes Debuts Belly at People's Choice

01/08/2009 at 12:00 PM ET
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Worst Week star Erinn Hayes — who announced her second pregnancy earlier this week, in anticipation of last evening — debuts her bump at the People’s Choice Awards, held Wednesday at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

She and her husband, construction superintendent Jack Hayes, planned the pregnancy to coincide with her character’s. “I’m nothing if not an opportunist,” jokes Erinn. “It’s a weird thing. You have to plan your life like you’re going to be on five years even if you know you could get cancelled anytime. We’re on hiatus now. If we get picked up [again], I can have a few months with the baby [before going back to work].”

Erinn, 32, who is also mom to 1 ½-year-old daughter Maggie, is due in May. Worst Week airs Mondays at 9:30 p.m. on CBS.

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Kellie on

This show is hysterical.

T. on

She looks STUNNING!!

MZ on

lovely dress!

Marcela on

She looks beautiful!
the show is hilarious

Elyse on

I absolutley LOVE that dress! She looks stunning!

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