JLo's $6 million twins

Filed under: Celeb Kids, Celeb Parents, Rumors

It would appear that when Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt accepted a reported $4.1 million for the first exclusive pictures of newborn Shiloh, a trend was born. Since then, other celebs have also raked in the big bucks for pictures of their new babies. Christina Aguilera was reportedly paid $2 million for pictures of her son and Nicole Richie is said to have been offered $1 million for hers. But Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony might just beat them all with the $6 million that Ad Age magazine says People has offered for exclusive shots of their twin babies, due any day now.

Lopez' rep says she's heard talk but doesn't actually confirm the story. People doesn't deny it, either. In fact, People managing editor Larry Hackett says, "Readers have to know that when there's a huge picture, a baby, a wedding, some life moment, People magazine is the place that you're going to find that."

Of this baby picture selling trend, Ad Age's Nat Ives said: "Graydon Carter was once famously accused of putting Paris Hilton on Vanity Fair's cover because she represented 'newsstand crack'. "Now we see the next generation: newsstand crack babies."

I have to say that as much as I love me some celebrity gossip and especially enjoy looking at their photos, I have never once bought a magazine just for the celeb baby pictures. Apparently I am in the minority there.

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