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Cuteness alert! Hands-on dad Matt Damon and his adorable little ladies, daughters Isabella, 2, and Gia, 9 months, took an afternoon stroll near N.Y. City's Central Park Wednesday afternoon. Everybody together now ... wait for it ...


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Check out our huge gallery of celebrity baby pictures to see if anyone can stack up to Matt's little girls. We make no guarantees, but there are some cuties out there!

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Is someone trying to dig up good gossip on Tom Brady?

Someone besides us (we really just care about Gisele Bundchen pics)?

The New England Patriots star, actor Matt Damon and various other celebs are apparently the targets of numerous, superfluous searches conducted by law enforcement authorities across the state of Massachusetts.

Officials privy to the audit that turned up the head-scratching statistics told the paper that law-enforcement officers performed 968 searches on Brady.

Inquiries into his home address, gun-ownership record, driver's license info, Social Security number and other stats on the QB were conducted.

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Other high-profile types who were also the target of "repeated searches and queries" included Damon, James Taylor, and Boston Celtics star Paul Pierce.

The verdict: The Massachusetts Criminal Offender Record Information system is highly flawed and is vulnerable to use "without any apparent work-related justification," according to state Auditor A. Joseph DeNucci's findings.

Really? After 968 searches? You think?

On the flip side, the system is utilized 13 million times a month, so the total number of inappropriate searches is relatively minuscule - and who wouldn't want to see if there were random celebrity mug shots kicking around somewhere?

"I'm fairly comfortable in saying that 99 percent do not misuse the system," executive director Curtis Wood told the Boston Globe.

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There was no baby blog. No reality TV show chronicling the experience. No shot of a pregnant, naked Luciana Damon.

Instead, Matt Damon and his wife continued to act like one of the most regular couples in Hollywood, welcoming a baby into the world last night with little fanfare.

Kim Raver, Leo Kipling Boyer

"Matt and Lucy Damon had a baby girl named Gia Zavala on Wednesday, Aug. 20th. Everyone's doing great," said Damon's rep, Jennifer Allen. "She is a healthy baby girl."

Gia is the third daughter for the couple. She joins Isabella, 2, and Alexia, 10.

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Sorry, Jimmy Kimmel.

But celebrity gossip fans need to know that your girlfriend, Sarah Silverman, is having sex with Matt Damon. How does everyone like these apples?

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"You gave an aging suburban dad the ego boost of a lifetime. My 9-year-old stepdaughter now thinks I'm cool - well, cooler." - Matt Damon

These humble words came from the hot star of Good Will Hunting, Rounders, Ocean's Eleven and all those Bourne movies after he was crowned, reluctantly, Wednesday as the Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine.

Tom Brady, New Hairstyle

The married 37-year-old actor accepted the sexy award, but suggested he is not the best man for the job - and nominated another superstar with Boston ties.

"At the risk of being forward, if you asked me (which you didn't) I would suggest Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for this award. He's like a taller, better looking version of me anyway. Plus, he's the best quarterback in the history of football."

Matt Damon says thanks for the award, then cedes to Tom Brady.

Well, there you have it! Not only is New England 9-0, but they've got the sexiest man on Earth leading the way in Tom Brady. Surely Gisele Bundchen agrees.

Also on People's sexiest list for 2007 are Grey's Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey, Ryan Reynolds, Brad Pitt, James McAvoy, Johnny Depp, Dave Annable, Will Smith, Javier Bardem, Shemar Moore, Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake.

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There's something about the name "Matthew" that elicits nudity. For starters, everyone knows about Matthew McConaughey and his aversion to wearing shirts.

Elsewhere, skinny-dipping enthusiast and Lost star, Matthew Fox, says that his affinity for swimming in his birthday suit is mostly about shock value.

Matthew Fox, Margherita Ronchi

"When I was a kid there wasn't a huge delineation in our family between having clothes on or not having clothes on. And the reason I have so much fun doing it now is people are so shocked by it, and, like, 'Oh, my God, Fox just took his clothes off!'" the 40-year-old actor star tells Men's Journal.

Maybe this is where former Party of Five co-star, Lacey Chabert, got the idea to get so nude in a magazine shoot recently.

In other male nudity news: Matt Damon told the New York Daily News' Rush & Molloy what it was like free ballin' in Robert De Niro's spy drama The Good Shepherd.

His character engages in your basic naked mud wrestling as part of his initiation into the Yale secret society Skull & Bones.

"You go, you take off all your clothes, you get lathered up with mud and you wrestle," said the actor, who did it even though he's "36 years old and my naked wrestling days are over."

Alas, Damon also lamented how cold it was on the set. Yes, there was shrinkage. Which we understand.

But is that also Kate Moss' excuse for her recent topless pics?

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George Clooney may have nabbed Sexiest Man Alive honors again, but his Ocean's 13 co-star isn't taking the snub lightly.

Okay, that's a complete lie. Matt Damon doesn't even mention his friend in a recent interview with Details magazine. But many celebrities do have kind things to say about this popular actor.

Matt Damon on Piers Morgan

Stars such as Ben Affleck, Robert DeNiro and Angelina Jolie talk about Damon in next month's issue. Meanwhile, here are excerpts from the man himself.

On the Hollywood limelight:
"I've worked very hard in interviews to portray a very polite and boring person. I'm actively trying to get away from the overexposure that happened eight years ago."

On giving interviews:
"The only thing a celebrity can do in one of these articles is hurt their own career. If I give you a really good interview, am I going to get a movie out of it? F--k no! So what's the argument for saying anything, unless you have this rampaging need to please?"

** THG Note: Lindsay Lohan certainly has a need to please ... every guy she meets

On being famous:
"I'd heard people say, ‘You'll enjoy being famous for a week, and you'll never enjoy it again.' I don't even feel like I had that week. I was so busy working that I didn't even get to notice that moment."

On turning down the cover of Rolling Stone:
"Harvey [Weinstein] came to the set of Rounders and was yelling at me, going, ‘What the f--k is wrong with you? Did you ever think you'd be on the cover of Rolling Stone? And I said ‘Sure, I dreamed about it when I was a kid, but I'm already on the cover of nine other f--king magazines. My own grandmother told me she's sick of seeing me. I can't do this anymore."

On being selective with his roles:
"I want the kind of career Robert Duvall has. I don't feel [that] chasing movies like this is going to lead to a 40-year career. I'd rather be broke."

** THG Note: Or, as it will soon be known, Damon would rather be "Kevin Federline-d"

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... and they're doing something about it!

A public service announcement featuring the famous of the famous is set to air. Among those pledging their support against poverty include Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Julia Roberts and George Clooney.

A Clooney Close Up

The stars recently filmed a public service announcement that shows them patiently waiting their turn at a voting booth.

The queue also includes New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady, Toby Keith and Alfre Woodard.

But they're not promoting a candidate or political party. The ad is an effort to raise support for ONE: The Campaign to Make Poverty History.

"This is a first step in a long-term effort to start making the fight against global AIDS and extreme poverty part of the election conversation, and Americans can be part of that by joining," Damon says in the spot, which is slated to run through Nov. 7's Election Day.

The PSA started airing Monday on MTV and will also run on FOX, Comedy Central, Spike TV and other stations, as well as and

Says Clooney: "Both this election and as we start to look toward 2008, you can talk with the candidates, you can get on their Web sites, let them know that you will be asking them about their positions and to do even more to save lives in Africa and the world's poorest countries."

Adds country star Keith, "My deal has always been, forget politics. … I've been to Africa and seen it firsthand; it left a mark on me that I have to live with now, so I want to do my part."

According to the official Web site for ONE (, which was launched with the help of Bono, the organization "is a coalition of 2 million people and over 70 non-profit, advocacy and humanitarian organizations."

The site points out that ONE is supported by "such notable people as: Brad Pitt, Tom Hanks, Pat Robertson, Kate Hudson, Rick Warren, Jamie Foxx, Jars of Clay, Penelope Cruz, Dave Matthews, Salma Hayek, George Clooney, Bill Gates and many, many others."

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The Bourne Daugther.

Matt Damon and wife Luciana could be starring in such an aptly titled film now that their first child has entered the world. On Sunday, the couple welcomed all seven pounds and seven ounces of Isabella at the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital in Hollywood, FL.

A Bourne Leader?

A source close to the couple says that the new parents are now home and that the baby is "beautiful." What insight. Thank goodness for close sources.

For whatever reason, Damon and his wife didn't make major headlines with this life-changing occurrence. They actually seemed to prefer privacy over perputal paparazzi attention. Weird. The pair could learn a lesson or two from other recent parents.

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