Lopez, Anthony name their twins Max and Emme
NEW YORK - Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have reportedly named their newborn twins Max and Emme.
Lopez' manager, Simon Fields, confirmed the babies' names to People magazine on Friday.
The twins were born at a Long Island hospital on Feb. 22, with 5-pound, 7-ounce Emme arriving about 15 minutes before her 6-pound brother. The hospital's name was not disclosed.
Fields said then that Lopez, a first-time mother at 39, was 'thrilled' at the babies' arrival. The 38-year-old Anthony has three other children.
The Latin music power couple married in 2004.
Schwarzenegger helps kick off his sports festival
COLUMBUS, Ohio - California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is in Ohio to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of his sports and fitness festival at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium.
Schwarzenegger received a loud round of applause Friday night when he presented a series of awards at a women's figure and fitness competition. He waved to the crowd, interviewed a few winners but did not make a speech.
The three-day Arnold Sports Festival features 17,000 competitors in 37 events, including 12 Olympic sports. Schwarzenegger has staged sports and fitness events in Columbus since 1989.
Obama's kids say 'yuck' to Britney, Paris
WASHINGTON - Barack Obama says his two daughters are fans of Hannah Montana and Beyonce, but think anything to do with Britney Spears and Paris Hilton is 'yuck.'
The Democratic presidential contender told celebrity magazine Us Weekly that his daughters, Malia, 9, and Sasha, 6, got to meet Beyonce backstage at a concert and 'they just love her to death.'
'They're pretty down on Britney and Paris and all of that. They think that's very 'yuck,' he said.
As for his wife, Michelle, Obama said she has a star crush on Stevie Wonder.
- From wire reports