Angela Simmons Introduces Son Sutton Joseph: ‘I’ve Always Wanted to Be a Mom’

Angela Simmons couldn’t wait to be a mom, but she would have loved an extra month before diaper duty started.

The Growing Up Hip Hop star — who is the daughter of Run D.M.C.’s Rev. Run — expected to give birth to her son Sutton Joseph in October, but he was actually born at 36 weeks and 4 days.

“We thought we had another month to get the nursery ready,” Simmons, 29, says in the current issue of PEOPLE of what she and fiancé Sutton Tennyson, 35, had been planning to get done before baby Sutton’s arrival on Sept. 22.

But now the nursery is complete — and PEOPLE has the exclusive images.

“Angela and Sutton were such a pleasure to work with,” says nursery designer Vanessa Antonelli. “It’s so refreshing when both parents show tremendous interest in the design process. They knew they wanted the Nurseryworks Vetro crib for the little one, and I created a room around it using custom art like the tape art focal wall by Eric Klein and the DJ’ing Cookie Monster by Art of Perego.”

Though the nursery is complete, Simmons admits her little boy isn’t sleeping much in the crib.

“He is a hungry boy,” she says. “He’s up every few hours wanting to eat. It doesn’t leave a lot of time to close my eyes. But it’s all worth it.”

Simmons also says she’s relying heavily on the support of her family — particularly her fiancé.

“He’s been so helpful, doing middle-of-the-night diaper changes and everything,” she says.

Those diaper changes have proven surprisingly difficult for Simmons given her son’s preference to be constantly dry and clean, but disdain for the process of being changed.

“He hates being dirty but never wants to be naked,” says Simmons. “We try and get the new diaper on him as quickly as possible to calm him down.”

Simmons is still working on planning her wedding, but at least for now little Sutton is taking priority.

“I’ve always wanted to be a mom,” she says. “So I’m loving every minute of it.”

For more from Angela Simmons, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.

Khloé Kardashian Is ‘Worried’ That Scott Disick Might Return to His Partying Ways

Are Scott Disick‘s old partying habits about to creep back into his life?

In a sneak peek at Sunday’s midseason premiere of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Disick opens up to Khloé Kardashian about wanting to keep himself occupied while his ex Kourtney Kardashian is away with their three kids for an extended period of time.

“You know this is going to be the longest I’m way from the kids and Kourt, ever?” says Disick, 33.

Khloé, 32, asks how he feels about it and Disick reveals he’s “kind of anxious.”

“I’m supposed to do some appearances,” he explains. “I just think I want to book my time so I don’t think about missing the kids and Kourtney.”

“But are you going to be on your best behavior?” asks Khloé, eyebrows raised.

“Worst!” jokes Disick. “No, I mean, it’s hard to be on amazing behavior when you’re at a nightclub or at a party.”

Khloé tells him to do whatever he thinks is best.

“Well, I usually would do it strictly because of money, because I like money,” he says before admitting he “could probably make money other ways that are healthier.”

“Why don’t you try that first?” urges Khloé. “You could go into your hobby of flipping houses.”

“I could work on my houses …” says Disick, before returning to the topic of nightclub appearances. “I’m still going to miss the kids. I just feel like if I went to Europe and did some parties I probably would totally not think about anything.”

“Think it through,” cautions Khloé. “And don’t just do it because you’re bored.”

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In an on-camera interview, Khloé confesses she’s concerned about Disick (who completed rehab treatment last fall) returning to the club scene.

“In the past when Scott had downtime he would book parties and club appearances and nothing good ever came out of that,” she says. “So for him to even be thinking of booking a club appearance again really has me worried.”

And looks like Disick might tend to agree: Speaking to PEOPLE last month, the star admitted he was thinking about retiring from that particular line of work.

“I feel like is a second home, but I’m thinking about retiring from the whole appearances. I’ve just been doing it for so long,” he said. “They just feel so repetitive. I love them … but part of me feels like I just can’t keep doing these for the rest of my life either.”

Keeping Up with the Kardashians returns Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on E!

Cher on Aging and Not Being in Love with Herself: ‘I’m Not a Huge Fan of Cher’

Cher has millions of fans worldwide. But the singer herself isn’t one of them.

In an interview with Maria Shriver that aired on Today Wednesday, the 70-year-old singer and actress said she’s “never satisfied” when she looks inward at herself.

“I’ve never really been in love with Cher,” she said. “She’s all right, but I’m not a huge fan. I’m not a Cher fan.”

The comments came as she looked back at her five-decade career and reflected on getting older.

“I just don’t know how to accept it,” said Cher, of her age. “I don’t want to either – but I don’t really know how to. I look in the mirror and I see this old lady looking back at me. And I have no idea how she got there!”

“If I put 70 candles on my cake, I would blow my brains out,” she joked.

She may be 70, but Cher isn’t slowing down anytime soon. She recently announced a new live show for 2017 — called “Classic Cher” — which will run from Feb. 8 – Feb. 25 at Las Vegas’ Park Theater at Monte Carlo before heading to the Washington, DC’s MGM National Harbor for three days in March.

“The older you are, the harder it is,” Cher said, of before. “ I didn’t want to be finished. I didn’t want to be through with singing and I knew that this would probably be the last time.”

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“My voice is still really good,” she added. “I’m still active and running around. I can still fit in my costumes. So I thought that this was probably now or never.”

Performing allows both Cher and her fans to let go of the heavy things happening in the world.

“It’s kind of therapeutic what I do on stage,” she explained. “I think when you can take people’s minds off of everything, you give them this respite from the world and its problems and everything that’s going on. And it has this kind of lingering effect.”

She concluded: “The only thing I know is not to give up. I don’t know anything else.”

No One Had More Fun Than Mario Batali at the White House State Dinner

As Mario Batali can attest to, cooking for President Obama’s final state dinner is a nerve-racking affair.

While the chef was vocal about his excitement over Tuesday night’s dinner with Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi and his wife, Agnese Landini, he did admit to some understandable anxiety. “I think I’ll be shaking in my orange crocs when it’s about a half-hour before service,” the celebrity chef told CNN leading up to the event.

That nervous energy didn’t stop him from enjoying himself, however. Batali appeared to be having a blast — posing with the White House dogs, at the press secretary’s podium, and offering a behind-the-scenes look at the prepping and cooking process from the White House kitchen on Instagram.

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And while First Lady Michelle Obama brought the glitz and glamour wearing a custom rose gold Atelier Versace gown, Batali also knocked it out of the park doing what he does best: sophisticated takes on Italian classics. Sweet potato agnolotti, butternut squash frisée salad, and beef braciole pinwheels made up the meal, and the dishes looked as delicious as they sound.

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Dessert included a green apple crostata with buttermilk gelato, as well as gorgeous trays of petit fours.

And of course, many of the ingredients from the meal were sourced straight from the White House’s garden, including basil, sweet potatoes, eggplant, peppers and tomatoes.

At the end of the night, Batali let out one of his signature “wheeeee”s, posing with wife Susi Cahn in front of a portrait of George Washington.

“‘Twas an unbelievable honor and a pleasure to cook the last state dinner at the White House for my heroes President and Mrs. Obama,” he wrote.

Human Pyramid! Madonna and Amy Schumer Buddy Up After Singer Opens Comedian’s N.Y.C. Show

Jennifer Lawrence, you’ve got some company on that Amy Schumer human pyramid.

Madonna joined the comedian on Tuesday night in New York City, where the singer opened Schumer’s show at Madison Square Garden. And naturally, the two took to Instagram to give fans a glimpse of their rollicking night.

High up the agenda: Getting Madonna atop Schumer’s famous human pyramid.

The comedian, 35, posted a snap of the singer hilariously trying to steady herself as she climbed on top of Schumer and some pals.

“Human pyramid starring @madonna,” Schumer captioned the shot.



Madonna, 58, also posted a pic of herself performing onstage, writing: “So much fun opening up for @amyschumer at Madison Square Garden tonight!! It was short but it was sweet (like me). I’m forever changed! Love you Amy!!”



She later Instagrammed a selfie of the two, as they grinned amid a backdrop of skyscrapers.

“Love and Respect this woman so much!!” Madonna wrote. “Thanks for letting me get on your stage! It was AWESOME!!”



The evening brought things full circle for the duo: Just a year ago, Schumer opened for Madonna during the singer’s Rebel Heart tour – yes, at Madison Square Garden.

The show on Tuesday also turned out to be an eventful night for Schumer, who used it as a chance to address the walkout that happened at her Tampa gig two days earlier, after she blasted Donald Trump during her act.

Onstage at Madison Square Garden, the comedian delivered an open letter to Tampa. “Dearest Tampa, I’m sorry you didn’t want me, a comedian who talks about what she believes in, to mention the biggest thing going on in our country right now,” Schumer said. “How could I think it was okay to spend five minutes having a peaceful conversation with someone with different views?”

She later quipped: “After the show, I want you to know that I will go straight to a rehab facility that will teach me how to make all people happy. Both the rich, entitled, white people who are gonna vote for him and the very poor people — who’ve been tricked into it!”