Remember Sarah Palin? She was the scary looking Alaskan governor who shot to fame when she was picked as the Republican vice-presidential candidate.
Now the father of her grandchild says Palin wanted to adopt the baby to keep her 17-year-old daughter's pregnancy a secret.
It all sounds very Victorian, but the pregnancy was a big blow to Palin, who is big on family values.
Levi Johnston, the father of the child, says Palin had a plan to deal with her daughter Bristol's predicament.
He told Vanity Fair: "Sarah kept mentioning this plan. She was nagging -- she wouldn't give it up.
"She would say, 'So, are you gonna let me adopt him?' We both kept telling her we were definitely not going to let her adopt the baby," Johnston said.
Palin's spokeswoman has previously discounted Johnston's allegations.
He has also complained that his access to his son Tripp has been limited by the Palins.
Meanwhile, over in Hollywood, Demi Moore apparently wants another baby - at 46.
When asked about having another baby, Demi said: "Why not? Everything is possible!
"We have so much to live for, and obviously one of them is to have a child. I'm very enthusiastic about all the possibilities that living together gives us.
"I'm an incurable optimist and a go-getter - it's in my nature to focus much more on what makes me happy than what makes me nervous."
Demi says the age gap between her and Ashton isn't a problem.
She told Marie Claire: "What matters most for me is to have found someone for whom the age gap doesn't mean anything and most of all with whom I have an incredibly deep relationship."
She said: "We're at different stages in our personal lives and in our careers. But we look at that as a positive thing because we are massively enriched by having different things to deal with and to share."
Also, the fact that he's incredibly fit obviously helps. "I won't pretend that I'm not hugely happy to live with such a handsome man!" she said.
Source: AOL News
Source: AOL News
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