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'Heart Break' Earns Lady Antebellum Their Fifth No. 1 Album

Even after a short hiatus, Lady Antebellum continue to be a force to be reckoned in country music.

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Reports: Kim Kardashian, Kanye West hire surrogate for third child

TV personality Kim Kardashian and rapper Kanye West are hiring a surrogate to carry their third child, according to reports.

People, citing an unamed source, reported that West, 40, and Kardashian, 36, have hired a surrogate to carry their third child because of the risk posed to Kardashian for another pregnancy.

BuzzFeed News reported that the two are already expecting a third child via a surrogate, citing “a source with knowledge of the situation.”

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Kardashian’s struggles with conceiving and pregnancy have been documented on her long-running E! reality TV series, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” BuzzFeed News reported that she recently wrote a blog post about her complications when carrying daughter North West, 4, and son Saint West, 18 months.

Related: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West: A relationship timeline

“We induced my labor and I had North soon after. Right after delivery, the placenta usually then comes out. Mine did not,” she wrote. “My placenta stayed attached inside my uterus, which is a condition called placenta accreta. This is a high-risk condition that happens when the placenta grows too deeply into the uterine wall.“My doctor had to stick his entire arm in me and detach the placenta with his hand, scraping it away from my uterus with his fingernails. How disgusting and painful!!! ... My delivery was fairly easy, but then going through that -- it was the most painful experience of my life! They gave me a second epidural but we were racing against time, so I just had to deal.”

Related: Photos: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West through the years

The season 13 finale of Kardashian’s reality show with her family illustrated her interest in surrogacy. She reached out to younger sister Khloe Kardashian, 32, about surrogacy, but Khloe Kardashian ultimately decided against it.  

“I’d just love nothing more than to expand my family and just know that I have this world at home that’s safe,” she said in the fourth episode of the 13th season. “And if, for some reason, I left this earth sooner than I really wanted to, then my kids would have a support system at home so that I know that they would be OK if I wasn’t here.”

According to TMZ, the couple found a surrogate through an agency. The surrogate will reportedly be paid $45,000 in 10 monthly installments of $4,500 and will be paid $5,000 for each additional child if there are multiples. 

Kardashian and West’s reps have not confirmed these reports.

5 little-known facts about Chris Pratt

Chris Pratt, the versatile and debonair star of such films as “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Jurassic Park,” has wowed audiences and helped to break some serious box-office records in the last year.

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Celebrity blogs have been filled with reports of his good deeds, scene-stealing work and, at times, details about his personal life.

RELATED: Chris Pratt spotted at Fayette Kiwanis Club event

There are still a few details some of his most devoted fans might not know.

We’ve gathered five little-known facts about the leading man. See how many you already knew: 

1. He might not have become an actor if not for “Color Purple” star Rae Dawn Chong.

While waiting tables at Maui Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, Pratt was discovered by the actress and director, who later cast Pratt in a short horror film, “Cursed Part 3,” according to the New York Post.

2. He was not originally slated to star in “Parks and Recreation” beyond one season.

Chris Pratt originally signed on as a guest star in his role as Andy Dwyer. What started as a six-episode commitment ended up with Pratt playing Dwyer for seven seasons, according to a report by the Independent.

3. He once worked for the organization Jews for Jesus.

About four weeks before being discovered in Maui, Pratt met a gentleman with Jews for Jesus, a Messianic Jewish nonprofit. The stranger inquired about Pratt’s evening plans, which included drinking and partying for Pratt. The man responded with some enlightenment he claimed to receive from Jesus, Pratt said in an Esquire interview.

“He was like, 'I stopped because Jesus told me to stop and talk to you. He said to tell you you're destined for great things.' My friends came out, and I was like, 'Hey, I'm gonna go with this guy.' I gave my soul to Jesus within, like, two days. I was stuffing envelopes for his organization, Jews for Jesus. I'm not even sure, at that age -- I was nineteen years old -- I knew what Jewish was."

4. He once raised nearly $500,000 for the Boys & Girls Club.

Among Chris Pratt’s numerous charitable acts, he once held a raffle in his hometown of Lake Stevens, Minnesota, open to his fans across the world. It promised, for a $10 ticket, a chance to win a tour of the “Guardians of the Galaxy” set. The raffle eventually raised nearly $485,000 that helped the Boys & Girls Club of Snohomish County build a teen center.

RELATED: Chris Pratt helps Make-A-Wish patient's dream come true

5. Before his success as a sci-fi film star, he was turned down for lead roles in two major science fiction films.

Pratt unsuccessfully auditioned for the roles of Capt. James T. Kirk in 2009’s “Star Trek” and Jake Scully in “Avatar.” Pratt said failing at those two auditions made him question whether he had the “it” factor for Hollywood, he said in an Entertainment Weekly interview. Within the same year, he broke out as a star in “Parks and Recreation.”

Kip Moore Plans 'Slowheart' Album for September Release

Kip Moore has announced the release of a new album, 'Slowheart', on Sept. 8.

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Kip Moore Announces New Album, 'Slowheart'

Kip Moore's long-awaited third studio album will drop on Sept. 8. Slowheart will feature 13 tracks, co-written with the star's frequent collaborators Westin Davis, Dan Couch, Blair Daly and Troy Verges, among others.

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Oh, Mama: Jimmy Fallon working on second picture book

Jimmy Fallon is enjoying the picture book business.

The talk-show host is working on his second illustrated story, "Everything is Mama," Macmillan Children's Publishing Group announced Wednesday. The book is scheduled for Oct. 10 and is being billed by Macmillan as a "hilarious ode" to motherhood, told from the baby's point of view. Fallon's "Your Baby's First Word Will Be Dada" was a best-seller published in 2015. Miguel Ordonez is the illustrator for both releases.

Fallon, 42, is the father of two girls, Winnie Rose and Frances Cole.

Tim McGraw Connects Soul2Soul With Teacher Battling Cancer [Watch]

Tim McGraw gave a teacher battling with cancer a night she will never forget at a recent concert in Milwaukee.

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'American Idol' Alum Casey James Is Expecting a Second Child

Casey James has officially announced that his family is growing.

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Chase Rice Signs With Broken Bow Records

Chase Rice is celebrating what he calls "the biggest week of my entire music career," as the singer-songwriter has inked a new record deal.

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Sam Hunt, Carrie Underwood + More Named 2017 Teen Choice Awards Nominees

The 2017 Teen Choice Awards nominees have been revealed, and Florida Georgia Line, Sam Hunt and Blake Shelton find themselves the most nominated country acts.

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