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Drew Barrymore & Family: Friday Stroll

Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman take daughter Olive out for a stroll in New York City

Blended star Drew Barrymore was photographed with husband, art consultant Will Kopelman, and their 2-year-old daughter Olive in New York City on Friday (November 7).

Dressed for the colder weather, the trio stepped out for a morning stroll. The couple’s 6-month-old daughter Frankie napped this one out.

The E.T. star, 39, recently opened up about her biggest postpartum struggle.

“He’s such an eater,” Barrymore said of her husband. “And I love food, too, so this baby weight is going to stay on for a while. It’s just not easy with him because he is such a foodie.”

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Giveaway: Poncho Baby Prize Pack ($154)

Poncho Baby offers products that are stylish, multifunctional, compact and eco-friendly.

We are giving away the following Poncho Baby prize pack to one (1) lucky reader (total value: $154):

Organic Nursing Cover – $58

The Poncho Baby Organic Nursing Covers are made from sustainable, carefully sourced, 100-percent cotton fabric. They are incredibly soft, and come in olive and beige. This is the kind of all-natural product design that today’s expectant moms and new moms seek out.

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Organic Roly Blanket – $48

Super-soft baby blanket that rolls into a compact clutch. Perfect for outings, this breathable organic blanket unfolds quickly to create a soft, clean place for babies to play and relax. When you’re done, the blanket rolls back up, closing up to be no bigger than a petite clutch purse.

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2 Organic Bandana Bibs – $15/ea

The Poncho Baby Reversible Bandana Bib are made from sustainable, carefully sourced, 100-percent cotton fabric. They are incredibly soft, and come in olive and beige. This is the kind of all-natural product design that today’s expectant moms and new moms seek out.

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Organic Lovey Blanky – $18

Just the right size and easily washed, this organic security blanket allows babies to chew, cuddle and clutch. It’s a “lovey,” comfort object; it’s a teething tool; it’s a hug they can take with them in the car seat, to day care or on trips.

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Cassadee Pope Steps Out in Style at Big Machine Label Group CMA Awards Event

Cassadee Pope Steps Out in Style at Big Machine Label Group CMA Awards Event
Cassadee Pope is a gorgeous American country musician and music singer-songwriter. Recently she gave a photoshoot when she arrived to attend the 2014 Big Machine Label Group CMA Awards Event held at Music City Center in Nashville.
Cassadee Pope Steps Out in Style at Big Machine Label Group CMA Awards Event


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Lindsay Lohan: I Wanted to Play Regina George in Mean Girls

Lindsay Lohan: I Wanted to Play Regina George in Mean Girls

Tina Fey and Lindsay Lohan (bottom, center) on the cover of Entertainment Weekly

11/05/2014 AT 03:35 PM EST

Lindsay Lohan as Regina George?

The idea seems almost unfathomable, but the star of 2004’s smash hit Mean Girls actually wanted that part, rather than the lead role of Cady, the iconic comedy‘s heroine.

Ten years after the movie debuted, Lohan says she argued with director Mark Waters over playing “Queen Bee” Regina.

After portraying a geeky teen in previous roles, she was desperate for one that would let her rule the roost, Lohan, 28, told Entertainment Weekly in its annual reunions double issue. The actress is paired with costars Tina Fey and Rachel McAdams, who had originally auditioned for the Cady part, for the piece.

“I had finished Freaky Friday not long before with Mark Waters. I had gone to Toronto and I was doing Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen,” Lohan told EW. “Mark came out to scout locations for Mean Girls and came to see me at my hotel and said, ‘Do you wanna do this movie?’ “

Indeed she did, but her heart was set on one character only.

“I wanted to play Regina. I had just played – in Confessions and Freaky – not the cool girl in school. I was still 17 years old and I wanted to be the cool girl on set. So I had a war with him, and he goes, ‘No, Cady is the heroine, and that’s who you are.’ “

Soon, Fey, who had written the screenplay and assumed Lohan would play Regina, came to understand Waters’s thinking as well.

“At some point, I was like ‘Oh, should Lindsay be Regina?’ And then Mark and Lorne (Michaels) had the good sense to say, ‘No, she gets to turn into Regina.’ You work backward from that and you cast her as Cady, knowing she could get to that point of being Regina, but you let her be the innocent side, too.”


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