Pregnant Amy Adams Glows on 'Letterman'

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Amy Adams visits the 'Late Show With David Letterman' in New York Jan. 5 Credit: Jeffrey Ufberg, WireImage


Could we be any more "Enchanted" with Amy Adams?

The in demand actress (Julie & Julia, Night at the Museum 2, Doubt), now in the second trimester of her first pregnancy, looked glowingly gorgeous during her appearance on "The Late Show with David Letterman" last night.

If you thought maternity wear couldn't be stylish, dig her soft gray coat (the belt matches her wrap dress!), Louis Vuitton scarf and peep-toe Louboutins. Can you say "hot mama?"

On the show to promote Leap Year, her new movie opening Friday, Adams chatted about the pregnant life.

She says she didn't have morning sickness "as bad as I've heard others have had it, so ... I was very fortunate," but that she did suffer from exhaustion.

Any cravings? "I had more aversions than cravings," she says. "But I don't know what is going to be the aversion until it's in front of me, so my fiancé will make me food, put it in front of me, and I'll be, like, oh, no. So it's pretty frustrating for him, but he's being a good sport."


Adams also mentioned the YouTube video, "Pregnant Women are Smug," by Garfunkel and Oates. "I thought it was really funny until I realized they were talking about me," Adams tells Letterman."

Check it out:



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