Stanley Tucci Welcomes Baby No. 4: Matteo Oliver

Felicity Blunt and Stanley Tucci at the screening of 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' in New York City

Congratulations to Stanley Tucci and Felicity Blunt.

The Hunger Games star, 54, and his literary agent wife had a baby – his fourth child – PEOPLE reports. The couple welcomed a son named Matteo Oliver Tucci on Sunday, Jan. 25, in London, England.

The actor and his wife – who is Emily Blunt‘s sister – shared their exciting news with the mag.

“I believe he is mine. We are all thrilled to welcome him to this cold, cruel world,” Tucci, joked.

All kidding aside, the actor added: “We are all thrilled that he is here and healthy.”

Baby Matteo is Blunt’s first child. Tucci is also dad to Camilla, 12, and 14-year-old twins Isabel and Nicolo with his late wife, Kate, who died from breast cancer in 2009.

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Celebrities Who Owe Their Careers to Oprah

Oprah Winfrey

-Courtney Enlow

Oprah is a holy human, better than the rest of us. As such, she can create greatness from nothing. With her stamp of approval, a mediocre TV chef is the head of a million-dollar cooking empire.

With her support, a “retired” (no longer licensed) psychologist is a self-help talk show star with more than 2,000 episodes under his belt. Here are just a few of the stars who owe it all to the mighty O.

Dr. Phil
Dr Phil

Dr. Phil McGraw hasn’t been a licensed psychologist since 2006 when he “retired” from practice. But that hasn’t stopped Dr. Phil the TV show, now in its 12th season. While many question his techniques, abilities, and the show’s concept of good taste, McGraw pulls in $15 million a year and millions or viewers.

Dr. Oz
Dr. Oz

In the vein of Oprah-approved doctors who seem like fake doctors, Mehmet Oz is actually a very fancy, well-trained doctor. He did his undergrad at Harvard, his MD and MBA at UPenn, and is a professor at Columbia University. But what do we think of when we think Dr. Oz? Diet pills that don’t work. And that one is on him, because he keeps talking up diet pills that don’t work. Such is the life of an Oprah-made millionaire.

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan
I’ll give this to Her Royal O-ness: she doesn’t back away from a challenge. And never has there been more of a challenge than Lindsay Lohan. Oprah tried her best, giving the perpetually falling star a second third thousandth chance thanks to a reality show on OWN. But, when she proved uncooperative, finally even Oprah had to admit defeat — to Lohan’s face, famously telling her “you need to cut the bullshit.”

Ava DuVernay and David Oyelowo

Selma is the most acclaimed project to date for both the director and leading actor, who each received Golden Globe nominations for their work. As producer, Oprah likely had a large part in getting the now Oscar-nominated film into the right hands just in time for award season. On a personal level, Oyelowo credits Winfrey with “mothering” him throughout filming by reminding him to get enough sleep before stepping into Dr. King’s shoes.

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The 20 Best ‘Saturday Night Live’ Catchphrases


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-Aly Semigran; additional research by Jim Miller (@jimmiller)

Since 1975Saturday Night Live has provided us with some of the best and most iconic catchphrases that have become a part our pop culture lexicon. The show has given us one-liners that went from being repeated at the watercooler on Monday mornings to something that’s become part of our daily dialogue.

Who doesn’t say they need “more cowbell” when they hear “Don’t Fear the Reaper”? Or associate Sarah Palin with being able to “see Russia from my house”? In honor of SNL‘s 40th birthday, which VH1 Classic is currently celebrating with its  “SNL Rewind: 2015-1975 Mega Marathon,” here are the 20 best catchphrases throughout the years.

For more punchline goodness, revisit Kevin Hart‘s episode of SNL featuring Macklemore and Ryan Lewis:

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David Beckham: “I’ve Become A Taxi Driver”


During a Wednesday appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, football star David Beckham opened up about family life with wife Victoria Beckham and their four kids: sons Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 12, Cruz, 9, and daughter Harper, 3.

“To be honest, I’ve become a taxi driver overnight with the kids. I’m literally an Uber driver now,” he joked.

As it turns out, post-retirement life is keeping the international sex symbol rather busy.

“I take them from 7 in the morning to their schools,” he continued. “I have four drop-offs at four different schools. So, I get that done in an hour and 15 minutes. Then I pick my little girl up at 12, then the boys at 4. Then the boys train in a soccer academy every single night of the week, so I’m busy every night until 9:30, and then I’m at home.”

But since his soccer career required so much travel, the father-of-four is now enjoying all the time spent with family.

“To be honest, it’s great. I’ve been playing football for the last 22 years,” he shared. “Not always with the family, of course, so I traveled a lot. It’s nice to actually be at home and spend some time with them.”

Although he’s loved and admired by many, the handsome star went on to say that his kids are embarrassed by him.

“I will pick [Romeo] up and give him a bear hug and kiss him in front of his friends,” Beckham shared. And Brooklyn requests being dropped off around the corner, which once prompted Beckham to roll down the window and call out, “Brooklyn, I love you!”

“Victoria did have to remind them that, actually, you’ve got quite a cool dad, but it didn’t seem to make any difference,” he said.

As for his only daughter, it turns out the adorable preschooler is quite the critic of her father as well.

”I was bathing Harper and had got her out and was toweling her down when she said: “Daddy I love you but I don’t like you, you’re so chubby!” I didn’t think I was but…..!,” he shared.

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