Celeb Scoop: Emeril Surprises a Feasterville Mom With Breakfast in Bed

Plus: NBC re-ups 30 Rock, the Sixers celebrate at Delilah’s, Bradley Cooper in Hit and Run, and more of today’s celebrity news.

Feasterville Mom Wins Emeril Contest. On GMA today, Emeril Lagasse surprised a Feasterville mother of seven (sextuplets and their older sister) with waffles with candied bacon, fresh fruit and a fruit smoothie served in a bed on her front lawn. The folks at Thomas English Muffins kicked in a $5,000 check and breakfast for a year, so it doesn’t suck to be Stacey Carey today. [ABC News]

NBC Re-Ups 30 Rock. NBC has announced it will bring back Upper Darby’s Tina Fey and 30 Rock for a seventh season. [The Wrap]

Pics of Bradley Cooper in Hit and Run. The movie centers on the fictional relationship between real life couple Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell (which, if you haven’t seen it, can be summed up with this awesome clip from Ellen) and features a long-haired Cooper pointing a gun at someone while a naked guy (?) gets his drink on. It’ll be in theaters this August. [Cinema Blend]

Sixers Celebrate at Delilah’s. The Sixers celebrated their elimination of the Bulls last night in the VIP area at Delilah’s because of course they did. [Philly Gossip]

Clooney Holds Obama Fundraiser. Jack Black, Ironman, Salma Hayek, Mike Wazowski and other celebs turned out at Batman’s house to support Barack Obama at the largest single-night fundraiser in American history. [E!]

Reese Witherspoon’s Dad Sued for Bigamy. The actress’ father allegedly married a woman in Tennessee this April despite the fact that he’s already married to Reese’s mother, who has filed a lawsuit against her husband for bigamy. Witherspoon’s father says he doesn’t remember the second marriage and her mother thinks he’s suffering from early-onset dementia. [Gawker]

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