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The Grey’s Anatomy baby boom continues.

Jessica Capshaw, who plays Dr. Arizona Robbins on the hit medical drama, gave birth to a baby girl, Eve Augusta, on October 20, according to reports.

Kim Raver, Leo Kipling Boyer

“The family is thrilled to welcome their newest addition,” Jessica’s rep said of Eve, who joins three-year-old Luke and husband Christopher Gavigan.

Jessica and Chris, the CEO of Healthy Child, Healthy World.

The beautiful 33-year-old mother of two is the daughter of actress Kate Capshaw, and stepdaughter of legendary producer/director Steven Spielberg.

As previously reported on Access Hollywood, Jessica and Christopher married in May 2004, and the actress announced her second pregnancy in April.

She certainly has company among her fellow cast members.

Ellen Pompeo gave birth to her daughter, Stella Luna, in September 2009, and Eric Dane welcomed daughter Billie Beatrice this March. Congrats!

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Pity Joe Jonas ... and any guy in a committed relationship.

Sometimes, the girlfriend/wife makes you do stuff you don't want to, like watch Grey's Anatomy. Although at least in Joe's case, his girl's gonna be on the show.

"I don't think [Joe] has ever watched, but I'm gonna make him," Demi Lovato says of tonight's episode, in which she guest stars a patient with mental issues.

"I'm gonna show him how amazing it is."

Demi herself clearly doesn't need much convincing in that regard. You won't believe how the Disney star acted when she met the cast before her guest role.

"Um, hi! Can I just say hi? I'm just…a really big fan." Spoken like a true fangirl. "I just saw Teddy, and Owen, and the Chief, and I got really starstruck!"

Joe and Demi Picture

WHIPPED: There's no other excuse for watching Grey's Anatomy ... just kidding. We'll be watching right along with Joe Jonas. [Photo: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com]

"I'm a huge fan [of Grey's]. Obsessed. It's not healthy. People know on Sonny with a Chance, ‘OK, she's gotta be home at 8:45 so she can watch [Grey's].'"

Fortunately, Joe has nothing to worry about, as most of the cast members are twice her age and married. But Demi's character has plenty to worry about.

"I'm playing a possible schizophrenic, and I hear every sound in my body from my heart beating to my eyes moving, muscles flexing, blood rushing," Demi spills. "I hear everything going on in my body and I can't take it and try to claw my eyes out."

That would explain the glam-rock makeup, which Demi laughs is "a little Lady Gaga-esque. I've been doing a lot of crying so it's probably worn off by now."

Okay, this we've gotta see.

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One could forgive Demi Lovato for being star struck meeting the Grey's Anatomy cast in preparation for her guest role, but the 17-year-old is no slouch herself.

The Disney mainstay will be portraying a frightened patient named Hayley who may suffer from schizophrenia (see claw marks in the intense promo pic below).

Grey's Anatomy is a dream role for her,” says her Camp Rock co-star and real-life boyfriend Joe Jonas. “It’s great people are going to see her do different things."

"I’m really proud of her.”

If Joe's proud of Demi, who's been catching up on past Grey's Anatomy seasons during breaks from filming the Camp Rock sequel, than so are we. So are we.

Demi on Greys

Demi Lovato is coming to Grey's Anatomy May 13. The following week, Mandy Moore will be guest starring on the long-running medical drama's two-hour season finale.

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We haven't heard from Mandy Moore since she agreed to marry Kellan Lutz.

In a move slated for production later this year, that is. They're not dating or anything. In fact, last year, Mandy Moore married Ryan Adams in real life.

Mandy Moore Picture

Today, it was announced that the actress-singer-songwriter is making a TV splash, slated to guest star on the two-hour Grey's Anatomy finale May 20.

Details surrounding the super-secret gig are being kept under wraps, at least until Shonda Rhimes drops Grey's Anatomy spoilers to spark interest.

It should be fun to see this cutie on the medical drama. But given the amount of people to die on its season finales, we'd better be prepared to cry.

MANDY'S ANATOMY: Moore's coming to Grey's this month.

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Demi Lovato is coming to Grey's Anatomy in an upcoming episode of the hit show.

She confirmed the news on her Twitter, and we've learned that she's totally replacing Katherine Heigl! Okay, not really, but she is filming one scene with Alex.

"Demi and Justin Chambers [Alex, husband of Izzie's character] are shooting a scene together tomorrow morning on the set of Grey's Anatomy," reports say.

The Disney star will play a schizophrenia patient in a May episode. "Everyone's super excited around here," Twittered Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes.

Demi, who is dating Joe Jonas, herself Twittered that, "Mr. Patrick Dempsey himself wants me to give a shoutout to all you guys! hahahaha so awesome."

She also called the guest spot a "lifelong dream" and wrote "I'm so thrilled to announce that this week I'm shooting Grey's Anatomy!!!!!!!! :D AHHH!!!!"

Pretty much sums it up right there, doesn't it?

Are you excited to see Demi Lovato on Grey's Anatomy?

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Katherine Heigl is leaving Grey’s Anatomy. That you already know, or at least probably suspected. But now the star has officially confirmed the news herself.

I am done,” she said. “We finalized our agreement. Everyone had been working hard to find an amicable way of moving on. It’s sad but it’s what I wanted.”

The actress says that it was family issues, not her burgeoning film career, that prompted her to approach series creator Shonda Rhimes and ask to be let go.

Not sure if we buy that, as she's been angling to be let go for several seasons now and just became a mom late last year, but hey, it definitely sounds better.

“I started a family and it changed everything,” says Heigl, of adopted daughter, Naleigh, with husband Josh Kelley. “It changed my desire to work full-time.”

COMING CLEAN: As much as Katherine Heigl can, anyway.

Although she was scheduled to appear in this season’s final five episodes, that is not happening. The January 21 episode was the last we'll see of her on the hit series that basically made her huge, as she's already been on three-month maternity leave.

“I know I’m disappointing the fans,” she says of her contentious, immature departure. “I just had to make a choice. I hope I made the right one.”

One way to redeem herself to some fans ASAP?

More Katherine Heigl nude scenes. Hot damn!

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Having become the perpetual subject of rumors for her unhappiness on the set, Katherine Heigl is finally leaving Grey's Anatomy after five seasons and change.

Series creator Shonda Rhimes has agreed to release the actress from her deal.

The question is why now, after she's been disgruntled with the series for over two years, but after she unexpectedly came back at the start of the current year?

Because after taking more than half the current season off to make another movie and hang with her adopted daughter, Heigl was scheduled to return March 1.

She did not show.

Katherine Heigl's tenure on Grey's Anatomy has climaxed.

A Heigl source claims that Katherine “was at home and ready to return to work.” Another insider, however, “insists that it’s much more complicated than that.”

Whatever happened, Heigl and ABC mutually decided that the best solution would be to part ways now, rather than waiting for the end of the current season.

Therefore, you've officially seen the last of Dr. Izzie Stevens. Clearly, no love is lost on either side as this ridiculous behind-the-scenes saga finally fades to black.

It's hard to imagine it being managed worse by either side, but it's over now. Will Heigl's career continue to take off? Or is she only hurting it by bolting Grey's?

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The Grey's Anatomy cast just keeps getting bigger.

With today's news that Kim Raver, a.k.a. Dr. Teddy Altman, has been promoted to a full-time star, the ABC medical drama now boasts 14 series regulars.

What does Kim's signing mean for Katherine Heigl's long-term status at Seattle Grace? And what about Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (Kevin McKidd)?

Katherine has already missed numerous episodes this season, both for shooting movies and maternity leave. But she remains under contract ... for now.

Kim Raver is picking up Katherine Heigl's Grey's Anatomy slack.

On the romance front, Kevin (Owen) and Sandra (Cristina) are shooting romantic scenes together for new episodes, so Kim might be the odd girl out.

She'll be a force to be reckoned with on the show in general, though. Raver will appear in all but one of the 12 episodes left in the current sixth season.

This season has been a transitional one at Grey's Anatomy, with Katherine Heigl and Ellen Pompeo missing huge chunks of time and T.R. Knight gone.

At the same time, new characters have been introduced that have helped fill the void and turn the long-running show into more of an ensemble effort.

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Grey's Anatomy hunk Eric Dane and Private Practice leading lady Kate Walsh will be teaming up in the newest crossover of those successful ABC medical dramas.

Here's the crossover situation:

  • On Grey’s Anatomy, Dr. Mark Sloan (Dane) pleads with Addison to come to Seattle and help perform surgery on a patient (guest star Leven Rambin).
  • On Private Practice, complications arise and Mark is forced to take the patient down to L.A. for more surgery, presumably also performed by Addison.

As for Mark's connection to the girl, whether sparks fly between the former lovers, and whether the relationship between Mark and Lexie is at all impacted?

That remains to be seen. But we can only assume it will involve serious surgical and sexual tension, plus a long-winded melodramatic monologue or eight.

Eric Dane and Kate Walsh (right) will cross paths again on Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice. Their medical link? Former All My Children star Leven Rambin (middle).

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If you weren't glued to your TV last night ... good for you.

Social activities are preferable (as is reading Hollywood Gossip online). But if you were in fact plopped on the couch, there was plenty to entertain you.

In addition to the premiere of FlashForward, the guilty pleasure that is The Vampire Diaries and The Office quotes that are always hilarious, there was this:

Grey’s Anatomy kicking off its sixth season with a two-hour episode, picking up where the May's cliffhanger left off and leaving many a tissue box emptied.

Frankly, it was one of the best episodes the long-running has offered us in years - and this is from someone who's seen all 104 of them (sad, but very true).

Here were some of the highlights of the premiere, in which George was laid to rest and the doctors of Seattle Grace struggled to cope in their own ways:

  • Quote of the night, from Chandra Wilson's Miranda Bailey: “I have to stop caring so much. I have to save it for my son. I can’t keep giving it away here.”
  • Quote of the night, runner-up: Mark, after George's death, on the women in his life: "What is it about that guy... was he hung?" Classic Grey's Anatomy.
  • Hottest couple: Owenstina. Sorry, MerDer. Kevin McKidd (Owen) is awesome, and at least Sandra Oh (Cristina) can be shown from the neck down.
  • Horniest couple: Meredith and Derek decided to go at it at every moment (and location). Hot for fans, and a clever move by the producers, as it allowed a pregnant Ellen Pompeo to be on the show, yet rarely visible!
  • Lame, made-for-spoiler moment: Lexie briefly thought it wasn't George who was hit by a bus, disfigured and killed. Cut to commercial. Then we come back and it totally was George! We hate Shonda Rhimes so much.
  • DVR Hall of Fame: The original interns stepped away from the funeral unable to control their despair ... or laughter. They began howling about George's death, Izzie's cancer, and the weddings of Izzie and Meredith.
  • A long road: Izzie was brought back from the brink and is beating cancer. But an uphill battle lies ahead as Alex struggles big-time with her condition.
  • New faces: As usual, characters were introduced that helped tell doctors' stories: Arizona and Lexie were wonderful working with them throughout.
  • Recession special: Seattle Grace is merging with rival Mercy West and there will be layoffs as a result. No one can accuse the show of not being topical.
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