Holly Madison can't wait to welcome Kendra Wilkinson's baby boy into the world.
"I'm super-excited for her," Madison, 29, tells Us Weekly of her former "Girls Next Door" co-star. "She's less than a month away. It could happen anytime."
Holly admits that its been hard to get together with Wilkinson, 24, since the former Playboy pin-up and her husband, NFL star Hank Baskett, found out they were expecting.
"It just sucks that she's all the way in Indiana because I want to be there, but I'll see the baby soon enough," Holly says.
Still, the distance between Holly and Kendra hasn't stopped the girls from keeping in touch about the impending arrival of baby Hank Baskett IV.
"Hopefully next month, I'll get to see the baby," Madison says. "We text all the time and she's really excited. She's happy as can be."
Madison's new reality series "Holly's World" premieres Sunday on E!
Former Playboy Mansion resident Holly Madison is headed for Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas! Hugh Hefner's ex and "Dancing with the Stars" castoff will star in the new burlesque show "PEEPSHOW."
The excited star tells "Extra," "I'm going to be taking over Kelly Monaco's role in 'PEEPSHOW.' I'm gonna play Bo-Peep!"
Madison has modeled for Playboy, but will she bare it all on stage? Holly says, "It's not 100% naked, but I could change my mind if I want!"
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner rang in his 83rd birthday at the Palms Casino Resort in Sin City -- accompanied by former "Girl Next Door" Holly Madison!
The ex-couple made nice as Holly -- along with Hef's three new girlfriends -- celebrated the magazine mogul's birthday. "I'm going to try not to get emotional," Holly tells "Extra" of her reunion.
Holly was voted off "Dancing with the Stars" last week, but the pin-up dished to "Extra" on who she thinks will win the mirror ball trophy! "Melissa should win," Holly said. "She's so sweet and talented."
Watch Melissa and the other finalists shake it when "Dancing" continues tonight on ABC.
"Dancing with the Stars" cutie Melissa Rycroft won the hearts of America, if not her "Bachelor," but did the southern gal also catch the eye of Hugh Hefner and get an offer to pose for Playboy?
This rumor can hop away with the rest of Hef's bunnies -- it's false! After Tuesday night's performance on "Dancing," Melissa told "Extra" the story about offers from the Playboy Mansion was not true. "Completely fabricated," Rycroft confirmed.
Newly booted dancer Holly Madison is no stranger to centerfolds -- the former "Girl Next Door" and Playboy employee dished she'd give Rycroft the thumbs-up to pose for the magazine! "I think she's absolutely gorgeous," Holly said.
Playboy model Holly Madison and Apple co-founder Steve Wosniak were the two contestants booted from "Dancing with the Stars" on Tuesday during the season's first double elimination.
Wozniak earned the lowest score during the four weeks of competition. Judges gave the 58-year-old and partner Karina Smirnoff a measly 12 out of 30 points for their Argentine tango on Monday night. A week earlier, the pair scored a 10 for their samba.
Judge Len Goodman told the couple, "There is an improvement from last week." He continued, "Last week was so terrible that almost anything that happened would have been an improvement." Judge Bruno Tonioli was blunt and told Woz his tango "really stunk."
The Mac man stayed positive and said performing on the ABC show made him feel like "the luckiest person in the world."
Madison forgot part of her Argentine tango on Monday and earned a 16 out of 30. "It was a bad start, and it kept getting worse," Tonioli sniffed. The "Girls Next Door" reality star and pro partner Dmitry Chaplin beat Steve-O by one point, but their votes were not strong enough to keep them in the competition.
The 29-year-old blonde stepped in to replace Nancy O'Dell, who injured her knee before the show started. Holly said she had "so much fun" and that her favorite part of the competition was the elaborate costumes.
The remaining competitors include rapper Lil' Kim, rodeo king Ty Murray, former football star Lawrence Taylor, Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson, country heartthrob Chuck Wicks, "Bachelor" cast-off Melissa Rycroft, and actors Gilles Marini and David Alan Grier.
Melissa Rycroft rebounded from her "Bachelor" heartbreak by waltzing onto "Dancing with the Stars" last night in an eye-popping outfit -- and she revealed to "Extra" that she's moving on from the Mesnick mess.
Jason has admitted that he was wrong to dump Melissa on national TV -- and sent her a message via "Extra" to say he was sorry. "You don't deserve what happened to you -- and I apologize from the bottom of my heart," said Jason, adding, "But I am very happy for you right now and I know you're in a place you want to be."
The 25-year-old former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader isn't holding a grudge. "I accept the apology -- forgive, forget. I'm moving on, and I'm away from that situation, in a new relationship and a new life really," Melissa revealed. That was quick!
Fellow "DWTS" replacement Holly Madison had nothing but praise for Rycroft -- and dished to "Extra" that Jason is missing out. "I think she's awesome, and the guy who dumped her is stupid," said the Playboy recently un-mansioned bunny.
Melissa's transition from "The Bachelor" to the ballroom didn't disappoint her fans -- or the judging panel! After only 3 days of rehearsal, Rycroft and partner Tony Dovolani scored a 23 -- the second best score of the night!
The new celebs are competing for the mirrored ball trophy! "Dancing with the Stars" is back and season 8 has already proven to be full of surprises!
Playboy pinup Holly Madison and "The Bachelor" reject Melissa Rycroft joined the cast as last-minute replacements. Holly stepped-in for Jewel after she fractured her tibia. The blonde babe had only a few days to rehearse with partner Dimitri Chaplin. Melissa signed on last Friday after Nancy O'Dell pulled out with a torn meniscus.
"Sex and the City" star Gilles Marini pulled his Achilles tendon during rehearsals in February, but the audience never would have known! He and partner Cheryl Burke sexed up the family friendly show with a racy cha cha cha, leaving judge Bruno Tonioli impressed. "Clothes on or clothes off, you certainly know how to strut your stuff," said a bubbly Bruno. The couple earned the night's top score of 24.
Olympic Gold medalist Shawn Johnson, 17, is the youngest competitor and small in stature, but she proved her gymnastics background was a big help when it came to waltzing with partner Mark Ballas. Judge Carrie Ann Inaba told the couple she was "truly moved." Shawn and Mark's total score was a 23. "Go-Go" Belinda Carlisle delivered a sturdy but lackluster dance yielding low marks, while "Jackass" star Steve-O may be this season's clown prince. Rapper Lil Kim dedicated her dance to her former fellow prisoners, while Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak delivered an awkward performance that left him compared to a Teletubby.
Fresh off her breakup with "The Bachelor," Melissa Rycroft sparkled her way onto the dance floor in a dazzlingly revealing costume. The former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader and partner Tony Dovolani waltzed away with a score of 23. Judge Bruno Tonioli confessed, "You are a revelation! It was like watching a beautiful bird about to take flight."
The final curtain has dropped in the relationship between Criss Angel and Playboy cover girl Holly Madison! Poof!
"Criss and Holly are no longer a couple. They remain very close friends and wish each other the very best," a rep for Angel told E! news. Another magical relationship sawed in half.
The former "Girl Next Door," 29, and the magician, 41, began dating last October soon after it was announced that Holly and longtime beau, 82-year-old Playboy founder Hugh Hefner had called it quits.
A friend of the couple confirms that their split was mutual. "She was very much in love with him, and they're still very close friends," the source says of Madison. "It was a conflict of schedules. She felt she couldn't devote 100 percent of her time to Vegas and his career at the expense of her career and her goals."
Holly, who was living with Criss in his Sin City home, has reportedly moved back to Los Angeles. Angel's show, "Criss Angel Believe," is currently showing five nights a week at the Luxor.