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ABC/Lou Rocco(LOS ANGELES) -- Eric Stonestreet lives in California now, but he hasn't forgotten his Midwestern roots.

Now a star on Modern Family, he enjoys spoiling his parents when he can.

"[I enjoy] just having them out and giving them a comfortable place to stay," he told ABC News. "They don't need anything but ... [I] give them a first class trip all the way out and make sure they're comfortable and have everything they want."

However, recently, his mother, who lives in Kansas, has another reason to jet to Los Angeles: She filmed a Swiffer commercial with Stonestreet, who is a spokesman for the product

"She was nervous and excited," he said. "She'd never worked with me before. She's never done anything like that before!"

When shooting ended, she extended her trip a bit and got to "sit by the pool and relax."

"Both my mom and dad have been able to participate in the more fun aspects of my life in the past few years," he said. "It's fun."


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ABC/Rick Rowell(LOS ANGELES) -- Kate Hudson doesn't need a piece of paper or a wedding to feel married to fiance Matt Bellamy.

The Wish I Was Here actress stopped by The View on Monday to talk about her unconventional family and why it works.

"I'm happy, we're married," she said basically of her relationship of more than four years. "We've got kids and a family. ...We are in it. I think if we do get married it will be for the kids really."

She continued, "We're happy and...we'll get there when we get there."

Hudson also talked about raising her two children -- Ryder, born with her ex Chris Robinson, and Bingham, who she had with Bellamy.

"I've got two different children from two different fathers, that's definitely unconventional," she said. "I'm actually a strict parent, I'm very strict when it comes to manners. I think kids get too much too fast, so Ryder of course wants a cell phone like every 10-year-old kid now. ...He can get a pager, he can get a pager when he's 12."

As for her body at 35 years old after two kids, Hudson said: "I work out, you got to eat right. I dance, I just jump around, jumping around makes me happy."


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ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- Jessica Alba looks as good at 33 years old as she did back when she was 20, maybe even better. But the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For actress said when she hit the big 3-0, she had a bit of a moment.

"I had this 'Aaagh!' I'm not in my 20s anymore! What does it all mean?' kind of freak-out," she told SELF magazine for its August cover, which hits newsstands on July 29. "[But] I feel much better at 33 than I did at 23, even than I did at 30."

The next obvious question is how does she look so good at 33 after two daughters Honor, 6, and Haven, 2.

"I hate working out. It's boring!" she told the magazine. "I really only did it when I had a job that was physically demanding. But from age 17 until I was 27, all I did were movies that were physically demanding -- so all I did was work out all the time!”

The Sin City star also revealed how she is passing down her healthy philosophy to her kids.

"We eat mostly lean protein and fresh fruit and vegetables, nothing processed or from a box, if we can," she said. "For me, when I don’t eat a ton of carbs, I have more energy. But I'll for sure have a piece of chocolate. I will mow through a bowl of guacamole. If I'm not going to have dessert, I'll have a martini."

Finally, the actress dished on her secret to happy marriage with her husband Cash Warren.

"You’ve got to have the girls' night out to complain about your husband or whatever it is," she said. "You have some fun, then you can go and enjoy the work, and you can take pride in it instead of it depleting you and being a burden."


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FX/Matthias Clamer(NEW YORK) -- FX is sticking with Fargo.

The cable network has picked up a second installment of the series, which will feature an all-new cast, a new time period and a new “true crime” story covering 10 episodes.  

The first season of the series received 18 Emmy nominations.

Fargo is inspired by the Oscar-winning film of the same name.


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ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- Jimmy Kimmel and his wife, Molly McNearney, welcomed their baby girl earlier this month.

Now, the talk show host is introducing her to the world.

"We've been off work for the last two weeks. We've actually been on vacation. I got a lot done. I painted a mirror in my house. I grew this beard. Oh, and I had a baby also. My wife and I made a baby," he said on his show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night. "You know how we did it? We made it out of sex."

Kimmel, 46, said his wife, 36, is "doing fine" after giving birth to baby Jane.

"I'm fine too. I was so brave," he added. "I didn't scream. You guys would've been very, very proud of me."

Describing his daughter as having a "tiny" head ("Her head's the size of a plum!" he marveled), he explained that her name has a sentimental origin.

"We named her after my grandmother," he explained. "Her name is Grandma Kimmel."

The comedian, who also has two adult children from a previous marriage, said that he's been busy taking thousands of photos of his baby every day and re-learning how to parent a newborn.

"It's interesting how much you forget. Did you know they don't eat pizza at this stage?" he said with a smile. "Rest assured we're going to do everything in our power to make this the best baby since a cute little guy called Jesus."


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