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Apr 30 2014

The Kid-Dish: Ginnifer Goodwin Chats With Jimmy Kimmel About Baby Names and Her Big Fat Jewish Wedding

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All the Jewish celebrity parent gossip you (n)ever wanted to know.

-A super pregnant Ginnifer Goodwin went on Jimmy Kimmel this week to spill about potential baby names and her recent wedding to Josh Dallas, which was officiated by her childhood rabbi. The “Once Upon a Time” actress joked about being Kimmel’s most pregnant guest ever and explained why not all baby names work with the name Dallas.

Next she is recounted some ketubah drama that went down before the wedding which reads like an old Jewish joke. Watch the rest of the interview here:

-Also, check out the the June issue of Red. Drew Barrymore opens about motherhood and baby Olive. She told the magazine: “I am loving being a mom. Olive is a year and a half now so [the girls] will be close together in age. I think, just get it done – it will be awesome! We spend every weekend together. We don’t have a babysitter. It’s just us. I can’t wait to see how that’s going to work out with the second one!” (Celebrity Baby Scoop)

-In other news, Bachelorette Ashley Herbert and JP Rosenbaum annouced they are expecting a boy. Mazel Tov, Ashley and JP! (People)

-Meanwhile, some photogs caught up to Rachel Zoe, her handsome hubby Rodger Berman, and their boys Skyler, 3, and Kai, 4 months, dining out in Beverly Hills. (Celebrity Baby Scoop)

-Simon Cowell was spotted in L.A. cradling baby Eric  (with girlfriend Lauren Silverman) trying not to drop his smartphone. (Celebrity Baby Scoop)

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