The offspring of celebrities are infiltrating Hollywood and Oxygen is counting down all the kids that everyone is talking about in “Oxygen’s 25iest: Celeb-U-Tots,” premiering Monday July 14 at 11PM, immediately following an all new episode of “Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood.” Tot-phenomenon is taking over Tinseltown with seemingly every top list star popping out a kid and every magazine at the checkout counter running baby bump alerts. On this edition of “The 25iest,” Oxygen’s counting down the Celeb-U-Tots we can’t get enough of.
“While Stella and Liam are our personal favorite Celeb-U-Tots, we are interested with the children of all celebrities,” said Amy Introcaso-Davis, Senior Vice President of Original Programming, Oxygen Media. “’25iest’ will cover our favorites from the twinkle-eyed two year olds to the trend-setting teens.”
The one-hour special will feature everyone’s favorite celebrity’s kids, including the “Family Business Celeb-U-Tots” Trey, Jaden and Willow Smith who are following in their parents’ footsteps and working in showbiz. With a $40,000 nursery, Emme and Max Muniz (J-Lo and Marc Anthony’s children) come in as the “Definitely-Not-From-the-Block Celeb-U-Tots.” And the list wouldn’t be complete without “Trendsetting Celeb-U-Tot” Suri Cruise so fashion forward that she is constantly filmed and photographed.
“Oxygen’s 25iest” is a series of fast-paced pop-culture filled countdown specials of today’s hottest people and trends. Whether it’s the “25iest Power Couples,” the “25iest Bad Girls Gone Good,” or the “25iest Celeb-U-Tots,” Oxygen lists the favorites, with added trivia and gossip.
“Oxygen’s 25iest: Celeb-U-Tots” is executive produced by Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato and Tom Campbell of World of Wonder Productions and Craig Browner served as supervising producer from World of Wonder. Based in both Los Angeles and London, World of Wonder has amassed a library of branded properties across all platforms, including such well known films as “Party Monster: The Michael Alig Story,” “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” television shows “Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood,” “Million Dollar Listings,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” and entertainment blog The WOW Report (www.worldofwonder.net).
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