Soap Opera star Kristoff St. John has died. St John played Neil Winter on “The Young and the Restless” for 25 years. His role earned multiple Daytime Emmys and 10 NAACP Image Awards. He also appeared in numerous other TV shows and movies in a career spanning more than 40 years. The 52-year-old was found unresponsive in his Los Angeles home Sunday. The actor leaves behind his fiancée and two children. St. John’s son, Julian, died of an apparent suicide in 2014 while in a mental health facility.
Talk Show Host Andy Cohen is a new dad! The host of “Watch What Happens Live!” welcomed his first child Monday through a surrogate. He shared the news on Instagram, posting a black and white photo of the newborn snuggled against his chest. Cohen has named his new bundle of joy Benjamin Allen Cohen after his grandfather.
The mystery behind the world record egg is revealed…kind of. In a new video on the egg’s Instagram page, there’s a video of the egg introducing itself and saying the pressure of social media is getting to it and encourages others to talk to someone if they feel they are struggling. If you’re wondering why an egg to deliver this powerful message, well one of the creators says “an egg has no gender, race or religion. An egg is an egg, it’s universal.”