Saying goodbye to longtime “Simpsons” writer, Ciara announces baby No.2 and it’s confirmed Michael Phelps is married

It’s October 26, 2016 and this your entertainment news update.

Just 3 months ago she was walking down the aisle and now Ciara is pregnant!

Ciara posted this family photo from Disneyland on Instagram earlier this year.         (Left to right) Russell Wilson, Future Zahir and Ciara. Photo Source: Instagram.

The R&B singer announced she is expecting with husband and NFL star Russell Wilson.

Ciara took to Instagram to announce her news, writing “On this special birthday I received an abundance of love from friends and family…and I’m excited to finally share one of the greatest gifts of all that god could give.”

Wilson followed with a sweet Insta post for his wife.

“The greatest blessing of all. Forever grateful.”

This is baby No.2 for Ciara, who shares two year-old son Future Zahir with ex, rapper Future.

Congrats to the couple!

Speaking of congratulations, they are also in order for  Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps!

It has been confirmed that Phelps wasn’t just winning medals this summer, he also got married to fiance Nicole Johnson.

Phelps proposed to Johnson, the 2010 Miss California USA, in February 2015.                      Photo Source: Joe Scarnici/Getty Images.

According to TMZ, who has obtained a copy of the wedding license, the wedding was held on June 13th in Maricopa Country, Ariz.

Other details being released include the officiant, Phelps’ longtime agent and friend Peter Carlisle.

Phelps and Johnson gave birth to  baby boy, Boomer, in May.

And in other news, Kevin Curran, a long time writer for the popular Fox series “The Simpsons,” has died, he was 59.

Kevin Curran started at “The Simpsons” in 2001. Photo Source: Fox.

Curran, a Harvard-educated man, spent 15 years on “The Simpsons.” He joined the show in 2001 as a writer, and later became an co-executive producer.

The comedy writer had some serious writing chops. Curran won 3 Emmys for “The Simpsons,” and in 2010 he was nominated for a Humanitas award for his episode, “The Greatest Story Ever D’ohed.”

Executive producer and showrunner Al Jeans told The Hollywood Reporter in a statement;

“Kevin Curran was a sweet, brilliant man who said many hilarious things, some unprintable, others which will live forever in a children’s cartoon.”

Along with “The Simpsons,” Curran wrote on the “Late Night Show with David Letterman,” in the early 80s, as well as on “Married… With Children,” where he also served as the uncredited voice of Buck the Dog.

Curran is survived by his two children, Romy and Dashiell.

, theEntertainmentGirl



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