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Former 'American Idol' finalist Paris Bennett has a baby girl


By John Bracchitta, 10/07/2008 

"Princess P" now stands for "Princess Parent," as Paris Bennett gave birth to a baby girl on Monday afternoon in Minneapolis, MN.

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The 20-year old former American Idol fifth-season finalist gave birth to Egypt, a girl weighing in at 5 pounds and 15 ounces after five hours labor at 3:36PM CST, Us Weekly reported Monday.

While the child's father has not been publicly revealed, Bennett's mother Jamecia had previously stated he had given her daughter a "ring" and that she was "hopeful" a wedding was in the works.

"I'm so excited to finally see my little angel and man does she have lungs on her I guess she's gearing up to be the next American Idol [winner]," Bennett told Us.

A representative for Bennett added that she was "doing well and recovering" and that Jamecia Bennett and her family were "filled with excitement and welcomes their bundle of joy," according to Us.

Bennett, who had been nicknamed "Princess P" while on Idol, finished fifth on the show's 2006 season.  Her second album -- a Christmas album titled A Royal Christmas -- will be released on October 14.




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