Brian Austin Green Reveals How He Kept The Birth of His Son a Secret!
Brian Austin Green called in to “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” on Tuesday to talk about his new show “Wedding Band,” chats about being a new father, and reveals how he and his wife Megan Fox were able to keep the birth of their son a secret!
On Singing In His New Show Wedding Band:
“We do 3 songs every episode and we’re covering a little bit of everybody on the show. I think all the songs are going to be available on iTunes afterwards,” Brian says. So, what kind of songs will we hear on the show? “A lot of 80s stuff. We’ve done a few songs from ‘Flashdance‘ and that type of thing…We did “99 problems,” which was pretty fun.” Bruno Mars used to be a wedding singer, so will Brian be covering any of his songs? “If I was able to do Bruno Mars I would, but I think that would be reaching a bit.”
“Wedding Band” premieres Saturday night at 10/9c on TBS.
How Brian & Megan Kept The Birth of Their Son a Secret:
“We got really lucky and I’ve been wanting to send Reese Witherspoon flowers for like a month and a half now. Because she actually gave birth the day before us in Santa Monica and we were lucky enough to go in at like 2:30 in the morning to the hospital and nobody knew. We got home and thought, ‘this is unbelievable.’ Because we weren’t expecting to be able to get away with it. We were expecting all the guys to be in the hallways, in the parking structure, and all that stuff. So, we just figured we would go with it as long as we could.”
On Being A New Father:
“I really felt young for my age until my new son was born. Literally, I’ve never felt so 40 in my life,” he tells us. “He’s really good. He sleeps, but it’s only in like 3-hour increments. So, you get about 3 hours, then he’ll kind of fuss about something. First you spend 10 minutes figuring out where you are, then you realize, ‘Oh I’m home and it’s my child.’ Then you figure out what it is that’s wrong…whether it’s a diaper or hungry or that you punched him while you were asleep. You kind of go through the whole thing.”