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(NECN/AP) - Here are some of the morning's top entertainment headlines:
- Kim Kardashian and Kanye West announce they are expecting first child
Rapper Kanye West announced at a concert Sunday night that his girlfriend is pregnant. Kim Kardashian was in the crowd at Revel Resort's Ovation Hall with her mother, Kris Jenner, and West's mentor and best friend, Jay-Z. West told the crowd of more than 5,000 in song form: "Now you having my baby."
The crowd roared. And so did people on the Internet.
The news instantly went viral on Twitter and Facebook, with thousands posting and commenting on the expecting couple.
Most of the Kardashian clan also tweeted about the news, including Kim's sisters. Kourtney Kardashian wrote: "Another angel to welcome to our family. Overwhelmed with excitement!"
West, 35, also told concertgoers to congratulate his "baby mom" and that this was the "most amazing thing."
Representatives for West and Kardashian, 32, didn't immediately respond to emails about the pregnancy.
The rapper and reality TV star went public in March.
Kardashian married NBA player Kris Humphries in August 2011 and their divorce is not finalized.
- Jessica Simpson shows off baby bump
For the first time since announcing she is expecting her second child, Singer Jessica Simpson has released a photo of her "baby bump."
Simpson tweeted a photo while vacationing over the Christmas holiday in Hawaii.
This photo followed up a tweet Simpson sent on Christmas, finally confirming that she was expecting, which featured a photo of her daughter Maxwell near the words "Big Sis" written in the sand.
- 'The Hobbit' stays atop box office for third week
"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" continues to rule them all at the box office, staying on top for a third-straight week and capping a record-setting $10.8 billion year in moviegoing.
The Warner Bros. fantasy epic from director Peter Jackson, based on the beloved J.R.R. Tolkien novel, made nearly $33 million this weekend, according to Sunday studio estimates, despite serious competition from some much-anticipated newcomers. It's now made a whopping $686.7 million worldwide and $222.7 million domestically alone.
Two big holiday movies - and potential Academy Awards contenders - also had strong openings. Quentin Tarantino's spaghetti Western-blaxploitation mash-up "Django Unchained" came in second place for the weekend with $30.7 million. The Weinstein Co. revenge comedy, starring Jamie Foxx as a slave in the Civil War South and Christoph Waltz as the bounty hunter who frees him and then makes him his partner, has earned $64 million since its Christmas Day opening.
And in third place with $28 million was the sweeping, all-singing "Les Miserables," based on the international musical sensation and the Victor Hugo novel of strife and uprising in 19th century France. The Universal Pictures film, with a cast of A-list actors singing live on camera led by Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway and Russell Crowe has made $67.5 million domestically and $116.2 worldwide since debuting on Christmas.
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Hollywood.com. Where available, latest international numbers are also included. Final domestic figures will be released Monday.
1. "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," $32.9 million ($106.5 million international).
2. "Django Unchained," $30.7 million.
3. "Les Miserables," $28 million ($38.3 million international).
4. "Parental Guidance," $14.8 million ($7 million international).
5. "Jack Reacher," $14 million ($18.1 million).
6. "This Is 40," $13.2 million.
7. "Lincoln," $7.5 million.
8. "The Guilt Trip," $6.7 million.
9. "Monsters, Inc. 3-D," $6.4 million.
10. "Rise of the Guardians," $4.9 million ($11.6 million).
Estimated weekend ticket sales at international theaters (excluding the U.S. and Canada) for films distributed overseas by Hollywood studios, according to Rentrak:
1. "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," $106.5 million.
2. "Life of Pi," $39.2 million.
3. "Les Miserables," $38.3 million.
4. "Wreck-It Ralph," $20.4 million.
5. "Jack Reacher," $18.1 million.
6. "Rise of the Guardians," $11.6 million.
7. "Parental Guidance," $7 million.
8. "The Tower," $6.6 million.
9. "Pitch Perfect," $6.2 million.
10. "De L'autre Cote Du Periph," $4 million.
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