Headlines: Adam Levine and Wife Welcome Baby Girl, Harry Connick Jr. Talker Cancelled

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo Welcome Baby No. 2: A Little Girl Named Geo Grace Levine – Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are officially parents of two! The Victoria’s Secret model gave birth to her second child—another baby girl!—with the Maroon 5 frontman. They’ve decided on yet another adorably unique moniker for baby No. 2, naming the bouncing bundle of joy Gio Grace Levine. Levine’s rep confirmed the news Friday afternoon. – Read more at EOnline

Harry Connick Jr.’s Syndicated Talk Show Canceled – Harry Connick Jr.’s days as a syndicated talk show host are coming to an end. NBCUniversal Television Distribution has decided to end the daytime talker after two seasons. Harry is ending its run after two seasons. Harry is a phenomenal talent and it’s been a great partnership working with the Fox Stations and other supportive groups on this truly unique show,” an NBCU TV Distribution spokesperson said in a statement. The series, produced by Fox Television Stations, will continue to tape and air new episodes through September. “I have truly loved doing this show and appreciate your welcoming me into your homes every single day. I’m incredibly proud of the show we produced over the past two seasons. We tried to create a safe place where families could gather to be entertained, uplifted and inspired and where we could celebrate everyday women who work hard to make our world a better place. I am truly grateful for the opportunity and will continue to find avenues to uplift our country,” Connick said in a statement. – Read more at Hollywood Reporter

Former Saints, Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos to have movie made about life – Producer Mike Tollin has made numerous films and documentaries on sports figures, but the deal he has just closed with Jon Dorenbos puts on a fast track Tollin’s first about a long snapper who moonlights as a magician. Dorenbos spent most of his 15 seasons on a football field as the long snapper for the Philadelphia Eagles, the team that just won the Super Bowl. Freshly retired, Dorenbos is focusing on that second career, after a memorable recent stint on America’s Got Talent. The deal encompasses life rights and an option on Life Is Magic, a book Dorenbos is writing for Simon & Schuster with Larry Platt, author of books on such Philadelphia-based sports stars as Allen Iverson. – Read more at Deadline

Lee DeWyze at 20 Front Street, 3 Things To Know – DeWyze, 31, says by phone that on “Paranoia”, “I tried not to say ‘I’m gonna make a Lee DeWyze record right now.’ That my mean different things to different people; For me what it means was I’m gonna go in there without a preconceived notion of what this record is supposed to sound like. I’m going to make the record I want to make. I was really in the moment with it all. I just ran with it. Every time I ran across something where I’d think, ‘Would I do this here?,’ if the answer was no I was like, ‘Then let’s push it all the way!’ It was really fun to explore those different things on this record.” – Read more at Daily Tribune

Phillip Phillips, the ‘American Idol’ winner, is older, wiser and ready for a fresh start – “With this album, I just wanted to try something different, because music is changing so much,” Phillips said. “I was in New York a few weeks ago…and I was looking at all of the posters being stuck up outside for other musicians’ music, and its apparent that people care much more about streaming numbers than album sales now. I wanted to try something different this time out (to compete with those changes).” – Read more at Triangle Today

Richmond Elementary students surprised with visit by Billy Gilman for student presentation – What did it mean to Gilman to be chosen as the subject of one of the student presentations? “It means that the generations are still paying attention!” he said. “It’s very important, actually. It’s awesome. And I’m very grateful. Izzy did not have to do that and I’m very flattered that she sees me in that way and thinks it’s interesting enough to talk about. “And I came from this school and ran the hallways, so there is a bit of a different connection than someone who is doing it in Ohio. I’m super grateful that she chose me as the subject.” – Read more at The Westerly Sun.com

Crystal Bowersox grateful to be ‘Alive’ and well – “My fans are an incredible group of people,” Bowersox says. “They are fiercely protective of me. I’ll hear it after shows. They’ll tell me, ‘I feel like I could be your mother.’ They are always asking about my health and my son. It’s really touching. It’s like this giant extended family that I have and I am so blessed. I was really touched and amazed at my fans for coming together. I don’t know how I am going to make it up to people, but I am going to try. There are a lot of hugs after the show.” – Read more at Herald Palladium

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