Actress Eva Longoria is getting her own star on the Hollywood Walk of the Fame. The ceremony for the ‘Desperate Housewives star’ took place in Los Angeles, California on Monday, April 16. The ceremony was attended by Longoria’s closest family and friends, including TV host Mario Lopez, actress Kerry Washington and designer Victoria Beckham. The 43-year-old dedicated her star to women and Latino communities. Longoria and her husband, media mogul Jose Bason are expecting their first child in May.
Everyone’s favorite uncle, John Stamos has been promoted to father. The actor and his wife, Caitlin McHugh recently welcomed their first child, Billy. Stamos posted the news on Instagram early Monday, April 16 along with a discreet photo of father and son. The 54-year-old Fuller House star included the hashtag, “not just an uncle anymore” referencing his role as Uncle Jesse on the popular sitcom. Billy is named after Stamos’ father.
The Knox County Humane Society in Illinois collects chairs for its dogs and cats. It started when the shelter’s mascot dog, Buster, used a chair behind the reception desk for his naps. The staff figured other animals at the facility might be more comfortable in chairs and the “Cozy Chair Program” was born. So far, more than 50 chairs have been donated. If you don’t want your new best friend sitting in your favorite chair, don’t worry, every newly adopted animal also comes with his or her favorite chair, free of charge.
With the release of his most recent film, “Ready Player One,” director Steven Spielberg has made history. The film’s earnings put Spielberg over the top as the first director ever whose movies have grossed more than $10 billion at box offices worldwide. The revenue tracking service reports that 1993’s Jurassic Park is still Spielberg’s biggest success, adjusting for inflation. Jurassic park earned $984 million, but Spielberg was already already a movie legend by then. He started cranking out blockbusters in the 1970’s, making waves with “Jaws” in 1975. He went on to create more films throughout the following decades, including “ET,” “Schindler’s List,” and the “Indiana Jones” franchise.