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There's a new Kardashian in the world. Kourtney Kardashian gave birth to daughter Penelope Scotland Disick early Sunday at L.A.'s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. This is the second child for Kourtney and boyfriend Scott Disick (the two have a 2-year-old son, Mason). E! reports that the 33-year-old had an all-natural birth. Penelope weighed in at 7 pounds, 14 ounces. So will viewers get to watch Penelope's birth? "I don't know," Kourtney said on the Tonight Show a few weeks ago. "We're gonna film it again ourselves, and honestly, my experience last time was so peaceful and calm and everything you don't see in the movies. And I really wanted to share that with people so they knew it doesn't have to be a crazy screaming session."
In honor of her directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, which is set against the Bosnian War, actor-director Angelina Jolie became an honorary citizen of the Bosnian city. The tearful Jolie accepted the honor at the country's Sarajevo Film Festival on Saturday. "This means so much to me. My heart is in this city," she said. Jolie arrived at the event with three of her children on a private plane.
There was very sad news for Usher and his estranged wife over the weekend. The singer's 11-year-old stepson, Kyle, was declared brain dead after being accidentally struck with a jetski. The boy was in an inner tube on a lake in Atlanta when a jetskier hit him, striking him in the head and knocking him unconscious. Doctors later said that Kyle had registered no brain activity since being admitted to the hospital. Currently Usher and Tameka Foster are in the middle of a bitter divorce battle but despite the feud Usher chartered a plane for Tameka, who was out of town, so she could be by her son's side. No decision has yet been made as to whether or not take Kyle off life support.
Actor Ernest Borgnine passed away Sunday of renal failure at the age of 95. The legendary actor had more than 200 credits to his name, most recently starring in 2010's Red. Borgnine earned a Best Actor Oscar for his role in 1955's Marty He was best known for playing the title officer in the 1960s TV comedy McHale's Navy. In 2011 he received the Life Achievement Award from the Screen Actor's Guild. “Heck, I’m just a character actor for God sakes. I’m no big star,” he told Deadline at the time. Borgnine's wife and children were at his side when he passed away. watch our coverage of Borgnine's passing >>