Lisa Loeb pregnant with second child

Daybreak Daily’s afternoon perusal of the pop-culture world finds the latest pregnant celeb, a feisty set of hosts on a popular television program, sees how some celebrate the big three-O, other things, as well as the mystery music video.

GO GIRL: Lisa Loeb is pregnant with her second child, per People, “The singer/author, 43, and husband Roey Hershkovitz will welcome their second child in June, her rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.”

DON’T POKE THE BEAR: In its press-tour session yesterday in L.A., the ‘American Idol’ more or less smirked when asked about the competition, capped by this quote from Randy Jackson, per the Los Angeles Times, “We're the original, we kind of invented this whole game that everybody now copied," said Jackson, the sole remaining member of "Idol's" original judging trio with Cowell and Paula Abdul (now also on "X Factor"). He appeared. . . alongside fellow judges Steven Tyler from Aerosmith and Jennifer Lopez, whose career has resurged because of "Idol." "Simon has done well with his show. Probably not meeting the expectations he wanted, but we wish him well."

KATE CELEBRATES 30th: The Duchess of Cambridge has a quiet night at home, or not, per the AP, “She turned heads - and dominated Britain's Monday morning front pages - by attending the London opening of Steven Spielberg's "War Horse" wearing a striking design by Alice Temperley. Her husband, Prince William, used an umbrella to keep her glossy brown hair drizzle-free.”

YOU’RE JUST WRONG, CEE LO: Period. End of case. You have no ‘Voice.’ Imagine that. Per Entertainment Weekly, “The popstar controversially switched the lines to John Lennon's song from "Nothing to kill or die for, And no religion too" to "Nothing to kill or die for, And all religion's true."

OF BLUE AND OF IVY: And while we’re at it, of Beyonce and Jay-Z, per E!, “, proud new parents Beyoncé and Jay-Z may have yet to comment on the origins of their daughter Blue Ivy Carter's moniker, but fans and theorists have picked up the slack, and the hunches all seem to point to one numerically surprising name-inspiring direction.”

SHOCKER: Marijuana arrest involving Snoop Dogg, per the following outlet, “TMZ has learned the rapper was ARRESTED in Texas this weekend after a drug-sniffing dog uncovered marijuana on his tour bus.”

BLACK SABBATH: Just the facts, per Rolling Stone, “(G)uitarist Tony Iommi has been diagnosed with the "early stages of lymphoma," according to a statement sent out by the band's publicist. "His bandmates would like everyone to send positive vibes to the guitarist at this time," the statement says.”

CINEMA BUFFS: Here’s a bone, per Deadline Hollywood, “Eric Roth, whose wide-ranging list of screenwriting credits include his Oscar-winning script for Forrest Gump, has been named the the recipient of the WGA West’s 2012 Laurel Award for Screen.”

INNOCUOUS COMMENT GONE WILD!: Charlie Sheen makes harmless quip about Ashton Kutcher’s social life, specifically the affair and Demi Moore, per Us Weekly, "I was kind of impressed... I thought, 'Hey, man, make it colorful."

OBIT: Per the AP, “Richard Hopkins, a British television producer who helped bring "Dancing With the Stars" to the United States, has died. He was 47. Hopkins died Saturday in Britain after an 8-month battle with cancer, Sony Music said in a statement issued Monday.”

AND FINALLY: Today’s mystery music video.

--Skip Wood Follow me on Twitter @DaybreakSkip

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