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Nightly Robot: Vince Vaughn, Tracy Morgan and Lunar Eclipse

Posted by on December 20, 2010 at 7:52 PM EST

vince vaughn kyla weberKyla Weber and Vince Vaughn welcome a new baby, Tracy Morgan kidney surgery and the winter solstice total lunar eclipse round out the headlines for tonight.

Monday has finally come and gone and while we wrap up the day a couple of new headlines have surfaced. Vince Vaughn and Kyle Weber welcome a brand new baby girl by the name of Locklyn Kyla, Tracy Morgan had kidney surgery and tonight there will be the winter solstice total lunar eclipse. As you settle in on this wonderful Monday evening, let me give you a brief rundown of what you may have missed today.

First up we have actor/comedian Vince Vaughn and wife Kyla Weber welcoming a brand new baby girl into the world. This will mark the first child for Vince Vaughn and wife Kyla Weber (Canadian real-estate agent) announced in July that they were expecting a baby. Vaughn and Weber were married in Januar of this year. Vince Vaughn can be seen in the upcoming Ron Howard film “The Dilemma” which will open nationwide on January 14th. We wish Vince Vaughn and Kyla Weber the best of luck with their newborn baby and marriage.

Next up we have Tracy Morgan who is recovering after a recent kidney surgery. It is said that Tracy Morgan will miss a couple of episodes of 30 Rock just to play it safe as he recovers from the kidney transplant. Reports say that Tracy Morgan was diagnosed with Diabetes back in 96 and that is the reason for the recent kidney surgery. We wish Tracy Morgan the best of luck and hope he has a speedy recovery.

After all of your TV shows are over tonight, you will get to experience a lunar eclipse. In a rare event, tonight’s total lunar eclipse will overlap with the winter solstice. The winter solstice is the longest night of the year and marks the point in which days will grow longer. The total lunar eclipse will begin at will begin at 11:41 p.m. PST on Monday, or 2:41 a.m. EST on Tuesday. I really think you should all attempt to make it outside and catch a glimpse of the moon being fully darkened by the total lunar eclipse.

There you have it folks, the night is full of great television and a total lunar eclipse, what more could you ask for? Have a great night everyone, see you all again tomorrow!



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