Plus, Lifetime releases another trailer for the Aaliyah biopic, Tyler Perry talks new baby, and Laverne Cox previews The T Word.
Here's what we're talking about this Thursday morning:
Although Zoe Saldana, 36, and her husband Marco Perego, 36, didn't make a big announcement about their new addition, they finally gave us an update. While talking about whether she'll be dressing up for Halloween this year, Saldana spilled some big news. "I might need three costumes," said the mom-to-be, as she rubbed her belly. "I might have to make some adjustments, but it would be nice." And with that, the Guardians of the Galaxy star confirmed that she's having twins! [EOnline]
With all of the chatter swirling around the upcoming season of Real Housewives of Atlanta, here's another a juicy bit: Porsha Williams has been demoted from a full-time housewife. After Bravo released a statement saying she will have a "recurring role," Williams turned to Instagram to share the news with her fans. "No more peach for me, but I still love checking in with my girls" she wrote. [TheGrio]
Tiger Woods is branching out into a new market and plans to open his first restaurant and sports bar. The Woods Jupiter: Sports and Dining Club will open in early 2015, in Jupiter, Florida. Woods wanted a place where, "people can meet friends, watch sports on TV and enjoy a great meal." The 5,900 square-foot spot he's got might just be it. [People]
As time keeps ticking, Lifetime keeps throwing out little teasers for their upcoming Aaliyah biopic. Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B is set to air November 15, starring Alexandra Shipp as the princess herself. Check out the new trailer here.
Now that Tyler Perry has confirmed that he's having a child—and possibly spilled the sex—he's opening up about how thrilled he is to be a dad. Asked if he'll be in the delivery room, he said, "I don't know. You got to pray for me on that! I don't know." [Today]
"Soundtrack '63," a live music and multimedia millennial retrospective of the Civil Rights Movement, comes back to New York City, featuring performances by Dr. Cornel West and poets Sonia Sanchez and Abiodun Oyewole and an 18-piece orchestra. [New School]
Laverne Cox's has teamed up with MTV and Logo TV for her new documentary, Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word, on the lives of transgendered teens. "We live in a world where people are often judged for being different," said Cox, "but this is a celebration of those differences, as well as how we're the same." The documentary will air October 17 at 7 pm ET. Check out the sneak peak here: