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Lighten Up With Lauren Sivan: Kimye Baby & Playful Tiffs

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While Kim & Kanye's famous friends are all posting celebratory messages about the early arrival of their daughter, TV host Dr. Oz has some sobering advice for the couple. As a father of a premature child himself, he warns Kim & Kanye to focus on their 5 week old baby right now because he says "if you don't manage them really well early on, they can grow up to develop all kinds of issues." Unfortunately prematurity is only one on a long list of issues this baby will most likely face.

Those photos of celebrity chef Nigella Lawson apparently being choked by her art dealer husband shocked fans who wonder if Lawson is the victim of domestic abuse. But her art dealer husband Charles Saatchi says they look a lot worse than what really happened. He says they were having a "playful tiff" and he was simply making a point. Making a point by putting your hands around her throat and squeezing? Hopefully Nigella's knives are sharpened so she can "make a point" if need be.

And one high school senior's message in the yearbook is either the funniest typo ever or a disturbing disclosure. The young girl's message reads: "I will miss the friends I have made and the memories we shared along with the teachers I have boned with over the years."

Uh oh! Either she's missing the "d" or she got it and is bragging about it. Let's just hope she made honor roll.

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