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Originally posted 10/15/2010 06:00AM
Alanis Morissette showed off her growing baby bump during an early evening shopping trip along L.A.'s Melrose Avenue. The singer stopped into the J. Gerard Design Studio and Peace Gallery with a blonde friend, where she picked up a black onesie with the slogan "Traumatized by Mediocrity" on it. "She looked incredibly happy and healthy," an onlooker says. "She was positively glowing."
Originally posted 08/12/2010 10:40AM
She didn't expect to be expecting.
But Alanis Morissette says she was thrilled to find out during a recent doctor's visit that she is, in fact, pregnant with her first child – just a few months after getting married to rapper Souleye.
"I actually thought I wasn't," the Canadian singer, 36, told Chelsea Handler Wednesday on E!'s Chelsea Lately". "I had just sort of said in passing [to my doctor] that I was a little late … And he said, 'Let's take a quick look.' "
Originally posted 08/11/2010 10:00AM
After tying the knot in May, Alanis Morissette has more big news to share – she's pregnant.
The singer-songwriter, 36, and husband Mario 'Souleye' Treadway are expecting their first child, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
"Yes, happy news ... I'm pregnant," Morissette Tweeted Wednesday morning. "We're so excited to start our family."
Originally posted 06/07/2010 01:25PM
Alanis Morissette is officially off the market!
The singer and the rapper Souleye, 30, (real name: Mario Treadway) tied the knot in an intimate ceremony with family present at their Los Angeles home on May 22, a source tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 02/03/2010 10:45AM
The world will be watching as the Winter Olympics kicks off Feb. 12 at Vancouver's BC Place Stadium. And while the traditionally lavish proceedings introduce the competing athletes to viewers, the host country is responsible for providing the headlining entertainment. (Remember China's awe-inspiring fleet of dancers and musicians during 2008's summer games?)
Typically, the performers herald from the host country – and Canada has produced a ton of world-renowned talent – from Bryan Adams to pop upstart Justin Bieber to Neil Young. Already, Shania Twain carried the Olympic torch in freezing temperatures through her hometown, Timmins, Ontario. Hopefully she'll get a chance behind the mic in Vancouver, too.
Originally posted 12/15/2009 10:45AM
Alanis Morissette struggled with depression her whole life, but recently, she found an effective antidote: running.
Morissette, 35, tells Runner's World that "running has made being depressed impossible. If I'm going through something emotional and just go outside for a run, you can rest assured I'll come back with clarity."
The Grammy-winning singer, who has run two marathons, tries to live a healthy lifestyle, including eating lots of kale. But she still occasionally indulges "in red wine, and it's fun to have medical marijuana once in a while," she says. "I still party and include a little debauchery."
Originally posted 11/02/2009 09:00AM
Of the 43,741 people who ran the New York City Marathon on Sunday, a handful stood out, both for having claims to fame and for their reasons for running.
Alanis Morrissette, former ER doc Anthony Edwards, The Incredible Hulk's Edward Norton and Christopher Reeve's son Matthew battled through the sweat and determination on the streets of the Big Apple, all for a good cause.
"It was such a thrill but I'm burnt," Edwards told PEOPLE moments after crossing the finish line. "I'm totally tired! But that's the point. I'm just so happy that I finished. But tomorrow I'm going to feel happier."
Originally posted 09/22/2009 06:00PM
Alanis Morissette is on the run – for a good cause.
The singer, 35, is participating in the Bizz Johnson Trail Marathon on Oct. 11 to raise money for the National Eating Disorders Association.
Training for the 26.2 mile race through Susanville, Calif., has not only gotten Morissette in great shape; it's also "shifted how I view food altogether," the singer tells PEOPLE.
"I've learned how to enjoyably fuel myself," she continues. "Participating in this marathon has inspired me to treat my body like an instrument."
And the musician – who suffered from an eating disorder in her teens – hopes to make some noise and raise awareness for the importance of healthy living.
Originally posted 10/09/2008 05:30PM
Alanis Morissette can be tough in her music. Just consider her megahit "You Oughta Know." Now, imagine her on skates with a big stick.
"I've been a hockey fan since I was fresh out of the womb, to be honest," Morissette, 34, tells NHL.com, revealing one of her life's first passions. "It would have been hard not to be in my family since we're all hockey fans."
"I played street hockey a lot," the singer says. "Most Canadians learn how to skate when they're 2 years old. I was one of those kids, so I skated a lot on my figure skates and my hockey skates."
Originally posted 08/14/2008 09:30AM
We oughta know ...
Full House star Dave Coulier is finally speaking out about inspiring Alanis Morissette's bitter, break-out hit "You Oughta Know."
The comedian told the Calgary Herald that he dated the much-younger singer-songwriter – but that he had no idea she planned to take their breakup public.
When he first heard the song, "I said, 'Wow, this girl is angry,' " he recalled. "And then I said, 'Oh man, I think it's Alanis.' ... I listened to the song over and over again, and I said, 'I think I have really hurt this person.' "
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