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Kristin Cavallari – cohost of The Fabulist and former Hills star – has given birth to a baby boy, who she and husband Jay Cutler named Jaxon Wyatt Cutler.

After she was officially “dunzo” with pregnancy number two, she shared the above Instagram photo and captioned it:

“Welcome Jaxon Wyatt Cutler 7lbs 11oz 5/7/14.”

The photo shows her baby boy’s hat and Kristin’s hospital bracelet around a pair of his cute booties. Check out the photo above and join us in wishing Kristin and Jay a huge congratulations. Little Jaxon will join big brother Camden, 20 months.

Speaking of babies, no one will mess with Shonda Rhimes’ baby – Scandal, of course – as the hit show’s executive producer made absolutely clear recently.

After Deadline Hollywood reported that Columbus Short’s character had been recast, Rhimes blasted the publication. Claiming that his character Harrison had been recast with an actor by the name of Eric West, Deadline got it dead wrong, as Rhimes tweeted:

Go off! We guess that settles that. Check out Deadline’s sort-of apology here.

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The cast of Clueless reunited this past Tuesday and boy, did the girls we’ve missed so much look good. As Stacey Dash, Alicia Silverstone, and Elisa Donovan huddled in for a few quick photos at the Los Angeles Film Festival, we couldn’t help but notice that the girls haven’t aged all that much.

The cast was there to attend a screening of their 1995 classic film, which was a nice surprise for fans, since their last reunion was in 2012.

This is truly Throwback Thursday. Not only did the cast of Clueless reunite this week, but The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are coming back to the big screen.

Saban Brands announced that they are teaming up with Liongate Films to bring our favorite crime fighters back to theaters. Buzzfeed reports:

Of his decision to team with Lionsgate for the film, Haim Saban of Saban Brands comments, “Lionsgate is the perfect home for elevating our Power Rangers brand to the next level.” The new movie will “re-envision the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, a group of high school kids who are infused with unique and cool super powers but must harness and use those powers as a team if they have any hope of saving the world.”

We’ll be tuning in. Will you?

After over a year of rumors that she wanted to host her own show, Maya Rudolph’s vision has become tangible, and she’s giving us our first look at The Maya Rudolph Show.

If the teaser is any indication, there will be tons of special guests, including Kristin Bell, Sean Hayes, Andy Samberg, and more. Check it out up above and be sure to tune into NBC on May 19th at 10pm for the first episode.

SOURCE: Buzzfeed | PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram,Getty