YouTube Comedian & Actress Colleen Ballinger Gives Birth: "He's Perfect"

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Colleen Ballinger, YouTube comedian and actress known for "Miranda Sings," has given birth. The actress, 32, shared a brief Instagram story Tuesday morning that read, simply: "He's perfect." Ballinger had previously shared a photo of herself sitting in a hospital bed with an iced coffee in hand, seemingly nonchalant about her impending delivery.
Ballinger's pregnancy was the subject of quite a bit of attention last month when Ariana Grande dropped the music video for "Thank U, Next." Ballinger and Grande are good friends, and Ballinger appeared in the video as both a high schooler in the Mean Girls portion and a cheerleader in the Bring It On portion. (When she was dressed as a cheerleader, Ballinger's pregnancy was hard to miss.)
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"One time on Twitter, I heard Ariana was pregnant," Ballinger says in the video. "So I got pregnant so we could be pregnant at the same time."
Ballinger revealed this summer that she was expecting a child with boyfriend Erik Stocklin, to whom she later became engaged. Now that the baby has arrived, the question remains: But can he sing?
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here we go! 🤰🏻💦👶🏼

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