Adam Levine, Maroon 5, Jesse Carmichael, Ryan Dusick, Carson Daly and Willie Geist - Maroon 5 perform on the 'Today' show as part of their Toyota Concert Series - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 1st September 2014
The Today Show gets its second new addition in two weeks - baby London, born to Siri Pinter and Carson Daly.
Congrats to Carson Daly, who’s just welcomed his third baby with fiancée Siri Pinter late on Wednesday. The NBC host announced the happy news on the Today show, as you do. Well, he leaked the announcement to Today, anyway, emailing to say that the baby had left “the orange womb.” Get it? Like Daly’s orange room at Today? Yeah, puns are cool. Little London weighed in at 8 lbs. 11 oz., measured 22 inches long and "has the cheeks, too," according to Carson.
Congratulations to the proud parents of three!
The not-so-new dad focused the announcement on his wife, of course, since she was the one doing all the work: “Siri is a warrior and I’m so amazed by her poise, grace and strength during this miraculous process.”
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London Rose Daly was born on Wednesday, a sister for Jackson and Etta.
American TV show host Carson Daly has become a father for the third time. The presenter of NBC’s morning show 'Today' and 'The Voice' welcomed a daughter, named London Rose Daly, into the world on Wednesday.
Carson Daly is a father for the third time
The official ‘Today’ Twitter feed released a picture of Daly holding his new baby on Thursday morning, and this was how the announcement was made to the wider world. The 41 year old and his fiancée Siri Pinter, a food blogger, are already parents to two children – Jackson James (5) and Etta Jones (2). They announced their engagement in June this year.
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It's been a long time coming
It wasn’t long ago that Siri Pinter – who must be annoyed at Apple for effectively making her name an unwanted conversation piece – was spotted flashing a diamond ring about. Now, her and long-term boyfriend Carson Daly are officially engaged.
The news marks a particulary successful period for Daly, who, in addition to his hosting duties on U.S talent show, The Voice, joined the Today show team in September as the face of the new Orange Room, in which he connects with the show’s viewers via social media and the like.
Carson is already up to date on social media, using the medium to announce the arrival of his latest child – his second with Siri, again, not the Apple voice designed to make your life easier by answering questions. "Tonight at 5:15pm we welcomed the latest addition to our family. Etta Jones Daly weighs 8lbs and is beautiful!" Daly tweeted at the time. "Mom was a rockstar, Jackson James is a proud big bro, and dad's drinking a cold one. Praise God."
Carson Daly and girlfriend, Siri Pinter, are now engaged!
American television host, Carson Daly has proposed to long-time girlfriend Siri Pinter.
According to Us Weekly, a source has admitted to the website that the pair have become engaged.
This follows the appearance of what looked to be a diamond ring on Pinter's finger during an outing in Los Angeles this Saturday (Oct 5th).
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The Voice is back on NBC for season five. Is this the year it produces a superstar?
Get ready to settle down in your favorite chair with a little pile of peanuts because The Voice is on its way back for a fifth series. Judges Christina Aguilera, Cee-Lo Green, Adam Levine and Carson Daly took to the stage on Saturday evening (July 27, 2013) for the Summer TCA press tour, reports E! Online.
Aguilera took a season off last time out to focus on her latest album, though she was in good form at the panel event over the weekend. "Well I understand that I am coming back to the Blake Shelton show at this point," she joked, referencing the country star's three victories out of the past four cycles.
Though The Voice has been praised for its refreshing take on the stale reality singing show format, it's no secret that the show is yet to produce a real 'superstar.' With Simon Cowell bolstering his X-Factor line-up, are the judges feeling the heat?
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With its expensive but largely characterless voice castand an off-the-shelf follow-your-dreams plot retooled for a world populatedby wacky sentient machines, the computer-animated "Robots" islucky to have spectacular production design and one or two curious mechanicalstars to hold the interest of anyone over age 10.
Created by Blue Sky Studios and director Chris Wedge --the gang behind 2002's "IceAge" -- the story concerns young robotRodney Copperbottom (voiced by Ewan McGregor), a small-town dreamer madefrom well-worn, hand-me-down parts maintained by his dishwasher dad. He'sa hopeful, wide-eyed inventor who travels to the mega-opolis Robot Cityhoping to sell some of his scrap-metal gadgets to Bigweld Industries, apparentlythe monopoly supplier of all things robotic in this world.
The company was once run by the altruistic and welcomingMr. Bigweld (Mel Brooks), who for no adequately explored reason has withdrawnfrom the company he loved and let it be taken over by a greedy, brushed-steelcorporate suit named Ratchet (Greg Kinnear). This villain has decided todiscontinue all replacement parts Bigweld has always made for the robotpopulation -- all part of a sinister plan to scrap and melt down any "outmodes"who can't afford full-body upgrades.
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If you were to take the 1998 Spice Girls movie called "Spice World," then remove all the self-deprecation, all the homages to "Hard Day's Night," and all the surprising wit that made it such a great guilty pleasure, what you'd be left with would closely resemble the new "Josie and the Pussycats" movie -- although the results would still be less formulaic.
A live-action revival of the girlie rock band from the Archie comics and Saturday Morning cartoons, "Josie" is a hypocritical satire of MTV conformity that carefully tippy-toes around its mockery of the fickle pop music market so as not to rock the boat with its target audience -- those very same conformist teenagers at whom it pokes fun.
As the movie opens, the private plane carrying a boy band called Dejour (ha ha, very funny) has just been crashed on the command of their evil manager Wyatt Frame (Alan Cumming), who had to get rid of the boys after they discovered the record company's subliminal messages planted in their songs.
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