Alyssa Milano dines out after breast-feed clash with TV host
Alyssa Milano has no problem with breast-feeding whenever and wherever she needs to.
Shortly after clashing with talk show host Wendy Williams over the dos and don’ts of breast-feeding in public, Alyssa Milano popped in for dinner at the Sea Fire Grill, without her 16-month-old daughter Elizabella in tow. We’re told that Milano, who has no problem with breast-feeding whenever and wherever she needs to, dined on seafood and steak and even stayed for dessert. “She promised to bring back her husband,” said one restaurant insider.
SWEET AS PIA
There she is — Miss Universe. Or as Steve Harvey calls her, the first runner-up. Filipina beauty Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach visited “Sway in the Morning” at SiriusXM radio on Friday. The 26-year-old pageant winner is probably best known for the way she kept her head last month when contest host Harvey accidentally declared Miss Colombia the new Miss Universe on stage, only to have to apologize in front of a live audience.
PASS THE MIKE
Former Met and brand new Hall of Famer Mike Piazza took the selfie stick to a whole new level during a press event at the Empire State Building. The star catcher, who played nine years for The Amazin’s, will officially be inducted into The Hall during a July 24 ceremony. Not bad for a kid who was picked by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 62nd round of the 1988 draft.
Filipina beauty Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach handled Steve Harvey’s Miss Universe debacle with total grace.
MAD MAX CREATOR IS MAD AGAIN
“Mad Max” creator George Miller says he couldn’t revisit his post-apocalyptic film franchise until his kids grew-up. “It seems surprising but once you have kids you can’t spontaneously go to the movies, so you’re watching lots and lots of family movies,” Miller told us at the National Board of Review Gala in Midtown. Since doing that 1979 Mel Gibson classic, Miller has made popular kid flicks including “Babe” and “Happy Feet.” “Now my kids are grown up so I can go back to movies like ‘Mad Max,’” he said.
ROSS AND KING DO THE BIRTHDAY THING
Rapper Rick Ross will hold a launch party for his new album “Rich Forever” on Jan. 15 at Stage 48 in Hell’s Kitchen. That bash not only coincides with what would have been Martin Luther King’s 87th birthday, but it also comes less than two weeks before the “Live Fast, Die Young” rapper turns the big Four-O on Jan. 28.