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Mandy Moore Is Pregnant, Expecting Baby Boy with Taylor Goldsmith!

Huge congrats for Mandy Moore and her husband Taylor Goldsmith – they are expecting their first child together!

The 36-year-old This Is Us actress and singer posted the happy news on her Instagram account and also included that they are having a baby boy.

“Baby Boy Goldsmith coming early 2021,” Mandy wrote as the caption to a series of photos on her account. You can see the slideshow of photos that Mandy posted over on her Instagram.

Mandy and Taylor will be married two years this coming November. If you missed it, find out the very modern way that the couple met.

Congratulations to the happy couple on the wonderful news of their upcoming addition! We can’t wait to find out the name they choose!

Mandy Moore Is Hopeful for the Future, Explains Why She 'Needed' This Break in 2020

Mandy Moore is opening up plans for the future and how she’s hopeful for change to come.

The 36-year-old This Is Us actress chatted with Parade magazine for the new cover story. Even though a lot of people want 2020 to end already, she explained why she has needed this break in 2020.

“I’m hopeful!” Mandy said about the future. “I feel like a lot of people look at 2020 and are ready to skip on over to 2021, and I totally understand that. But I think this period of recalibration was long needed and maybe couldn’t have happened unless we found ourselves in the midst of a global pandemic and fight for racial justice and all these other pieces of the puzzle that are starting to coalesce.”

She added, “There’s been this awakening in so many senses. I don’t see things returning to the status quo, and that’s good. We need change.”

If you’re a fan of Mandy‘s movie A Walk to Remember, you have to see what she did at the beginning of quarantine.


Mandy Moore Reacts to Ex Ryan Adams' Apology Essay: 'I've Not Heard From Him'

Mandy Moore is calling out her ex husband Ryan Adams for issuing a public apology one year after being accused of harassment and emotional abuse.

If you missed it, Adams wrote an apology essay one year after the allegations came to light. Mandy made an appearance on the Today show on Monday (July 6), where she was asked about his statements.

Mandy was asked if she believed he had changed.

“Um … you know it’s challenging because I feel like in in many ways I’ve said all I want to say about him and that situation, but I find it curious that someone would make a public apology but not do it privately,” Mandy said. “I am speaking for myself, I’ve not heard from him. I’m not looking for an apology necessarily, but l do find it curious that someone would do an interview about it without actually making amends privately.”

The last time Mandy publicly spoke about her ex, she made headlines.

Mandy Moore's Ex Husband Ryan Adams Pens Apology Essay One Year After Abuse Allegations

Ryan Adams has issued a public apology after being accused of harassment and emotional abuse by women.

The 45-year-old musician released an essay through The Daily Mail on Sunday (July 5) where he apologized for his past actions, revealed that he’s sober, and said that he is ready to confront his damaging behavior.

“There are no words to express how bad I feel about the ways I’ve mistreated people throughout my life and career,” Ryan wrote. “All I can say is that I’m sorry. It’s that simple. This period of isolation and reflection made me realize that I needed to make significant changes in my life. I’ve gotten past the point where I would be apologizing just for the sake of being let off the hook and I know full well that any apology from me probably won’t be accepted by those I’ve hurt. I get that and I also understand that there’s no going back.”

Back in February 2019, seven women came forward accusing Ryan of being manipulative, controlling, and obsessive.

One of the women that came forward was his ex-wife Mandy Moore, who said that his controlling behavior blocked her ability to move her music career forward.

“To a lot of people this will just seem like the same empty bulls–t apology that I’ve always used when I was called out, and all I can say is, this time it is different. Having truly realized the harm that I’ve caused, it wrecked me, and I’m still reeling from the ripples of devastating effects that my actions triggered,” Ryan continued. “There is no way to convince people that this time is truly different, but this is the albatross that I deserve to carry with me as a result of my actions. Realizing the consequences of my actions, I took a hard look inwards and sought to find the truth behind them. What pain was I carrying myself that was so poorly and wrongly being projected onto others? I made a promise to myself that no matter what it took, I would get to the root of these issues and finally start to fix myself so I could be a better friend, a better partner, and a better man overall.”

Ryan added: “That being said, no amount of growth will ever take away the suffering I had caused. I will never be off the hook and I am fully accountable for my harmful behavior, and will be for my actions moving forward. In my effort to be a better man, I have fought to get sober, but this time I’m doing it with professional help. Sobriety is a priority in my life, and so is my mental health. These, as I’m learning, go hand in hand. But I will not bore anyone with stories of my demons or use them to excuse what I’ve done. I really want to express that I’ve internalized the importance of self-care and self-work. I’m really trying.”

Ryan concluded his apology by writing, “Music is how I lay my soul bare, and in working through this, I have written enough music to fill half a dozen albums. Some of these songs are angry, many are sad but most of them are about the lessons I’ve learned over the last few years. Those ones an expression of my deepest remorse. I hope that the people I’ve hurt will heal. And I hope that they will find a way to forgive me.”

Mandy Moore & Susan Kelechi Watson React to Death of 'This Is Us' Writer Jas Waters

This Is Us writer Jas Waters has sadly passed away at only 39-years-old.

The news of Jas‘ death was confirmed on the This Is Us writers’ Twitter on Wednesday (June 10).

The entire #ThisIsUs family was devastated to learn of Jas Waters passing,” the writers wrote. “In our time together, Jas left her mark on us and ALL over the show. She was a brilliant storyteller and a force of nature. We send our deepest sympathies to her loved ones. She was one of us. RIP @JasFly.”

Show creator Dan Fogelman also expressed his condolences, tweeting, “This news took my breath away. Jas was absolutely brilliant and had so many stories still to tell. She made an indelible mark on our show and my heart breaks for her loved ones. RIP @JasFly.”

This Is Us star Mandy Moore also mourned Jas‘ death.

“Sending love and light to @JasFly’s family and loved ones,” Mandy tweeted.

Susan Kelechi Watson remembered Jas by writing, “Incredibly shocked and saddened to have just receive this news. Blessed Light, fly with the angels.”

Jas has writing credits on 18 episodes of This Is Us.

Our thoughts are with Jas Waters‘ loved ones during this difficult time.

'This Is Us' Cast Reunite on Zoom After Donating Meals To Pittsburgh Hospitals

Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz and more reunited on Zoom ahead of the weekend to catch up with each other and all had the cutest reactions on Instagram.

“I miss my Pearson family SO much and seeing these faces really lifted my spirits. #thisisus,” Mandy first shared on the platform tagging her on-screen fam, including Milo Ventimiglia, Jon Huertas, Chris Sullivan, Justin Hartley, and Susan Kelechi Watson.

Susan added, “You know like when you just gotta see the fam? Yeah… that part. #ThisIsUs zooming.”

The This Is Us stars caught up with each other after it was revealed that they had come together and teamed up with Frontline Foods to feed hospital workers at Jefferson Hospital and Allegheny Valley Hospital in Natrona Heights in Pittsburgh, and other hospitals in Philadelphia, too.

Frontline Foods, which partners with the nonprofit World Central Kitchen, raises money to allow local restaurants to make and deliver meals to health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, using 100% of the tax-deductible donations.

Mandy Moore Says She Gets Called 'Bigfoot' But Isn't Proud Of Her Size-10 Feet

Mandy Moore made an appearance on the latest at-home edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday. Here’s what the 36-year-old entertainer shared:

On supposed to being on tour right now: “My first time going on tour in 13 years! Since the world has shut down, the music industry has shut down. I’m sure there’s lots of tour busses that are just sitting, empty. We were supposed to be on the road but we’ve been here, quarantined for the last six weeks.”

On performing virtual concerts from home: “My husband Taylor [Goldsmith] is in my band. We wrote this whole record together, he plays on it and he was going to be on the road with me. So we decided once a week, he plays some of his music and I play some of my music. It’s been this catharsis at the end of the week and gives us something to work towards and look forward to.” (A few weeks ago, Mandy performed A Walk to Remember‘s “Only Hope” live for first time in over 16 years!)

On not being proud of having size-10 feet: “I found this bizarre, unofficial Mandy Moore book (while rummaging through old memorabilia). It’s an actual book that was for sale for $12.95 that someone wrote without me knowing about it but it has lots of fun facts. Like, this page here is ’10 Things We Love About Mandy,’ and the very first fact is ‘Mandy is proud of her big feet. She wears a size 10 shoe. They call her Big Foot but she doesn’t care, she thinks they’re cool feet.’ (laughs) I do have a size-10 foot, but I’m not proud of it!”

We love you Mandy, size-10 feet and all!

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