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Busy Philipps: Actress, Mom, and Professional Baker

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The 'Cougar Town' actress and mother of one entertains with her crazy cakes

Busy Philipps entertaining with Bacardi Classic Light Cocktails.

To celebrate summer and the launch of Bacardi’s Classic Cocktail Light collection, a new line of low-calorie, ready-to-serve beverages, actress Busy Phillips is taking center stage.

The new face of the products, which are 95 calories and come in mojito and piña colada flavors, Philipps lives a healthy lifestyle and finds the light rum to be a perfect fit for entertaining.

Though she has a hectic schedule, between shooting her television show and making appearances, the mother of one finds the time to enjoy her hobbies, which include spinning and baking.

When asked about entertaining and if she is a cook in her own home, Philipps responded, "I can’t cook at all, that’s what my husband is for. I am the baker in the family. Baking is my Zen activity."

After digging a bit deeper, The Daily Meal learned that Philipps doesn’t only like to bake, but she’s pretty damn good at it. "You have to see my Twitter. I make crazy, tiered cakes in my house," she told us. She has also made birthday cakes for her daughter Birdie — including a James and the Giant Peach cake which she tweeted a photo of a few weeks ago.

Philipps has been spinning for about 12 years now, and is a bona fide gym rat — she currently belongs to about three different gyms in Los Angeles. But even with her hectic lifestyle, she emphasized that making time for her family is her favorite hobby.


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

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Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

Share this:

Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

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Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

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Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

Share this:

Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

Share this:

Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

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Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

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Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

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Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s son Eduardo has ‘scary’ allergic reaction

It’s no coincidence that Chynna Phillips, born into music royalty, wrote the smash hit “Hold On” for her girl group Wilson Phillips in 1990.

The emotional song became a personal anthem for Chynna — the daughter of Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas, and wife of actor Billy Baldwin — who has been thrown curve balls all her life. The latest was hurled at her just this week.

On Tuesday, an interview to talk about her new, Christian-themed YouTube series, “California Preachin’,” took place the same day that Baldwin’s sister-in-law, Hilaria Baldwin, appeared on the front page of The Post. Hilaria, it turns out, had spent years faking a Spanish identity. Her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, yet she once acted like she didn’t know the English word for “cucumber” on live television.

“This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria,” Billy Baldwin told The Post in a FaceTime interview with Chynna from their Santa Barbara, Calif., home Tuesday. “I’ve been texting Alec the whole time to make sure he’s OK and if he needs anything.”

“My family has been through this before,” added Chynna, 52. “I was born in a fishbowl, and this kind of stuff has been happening around me since 1968.”

And in a video posted Wednesday, she elaborated: “I feel terrible. Who’s going to throw the first stone at my sweet sister-in-law? She’s a good woman and you know none of us are perfect. We all have issues.”

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

John Chapple Photo Assistant: Jameson Baldwin

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19

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Chynna wrote “Hold On” when she was struggling with early sobriety and a bad breakup — and a year before she met her now-husband. Holding on is how she’s navigated a tumultuous life as a Hollywood baby who’s often in the eye of the media storm.

In 2009, when she appeared on “Good Morning America” to promote her first album in five years, the interview was hijacked by more sensational news. Her half-sister Mackenzie Phillips’ memoir “High on Arrival” came out the same day as Chynna’s album and detailed Mackenzie’s claims of a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with their father.

“I shut down emotionally,” Chynna said at the time. She was one of the few people in her family back then who stood by Mackenzie. Her mother voiced doubts and Chynna told The Post she still isn’t sure if Michelle believes the incest happened. Mackenzie said three years ago that many in the family still shun her.

“I believed her because who in their right mind would say something like that about your father?” Chynna said.

Although Chynna’s belief is genuine, it became “a little bit political,” she recalled. “My record company at the time told me that if I didn’t go on ‘Oprah’ with Mackenzie, they wouldn’t promote my album.”

(From left to right) Denny Doherty, Mama Cass Elliott, Michelle Phillips and John Phillips of the legendary 󈨀s band the Mamas and the Papas. RB/Redferns

“One Reason,” a Christian pop album with Vaughan Penn, bombed anyway, she said, selling “about four copies.” She plans to sell the extra 5,000 copies of the record that she has stored in her backyard shed along with other “California Preachin'” merchandise like hoodies once she gets her website up.

Chynna now focuses on her “faith-filled” channel she launched last year, which consists of shockingly candid observations about her life and mental health. She films many of them inside her home, on the winding roads outside or at the beach. The number of subscribers to “California Preachin'” has quadrupled in less than a year.

Her videos describe a lonely childhood with her divorced mom and absent dad, early substance abuse and a sometimes volatile (but loving) marriage to Baldwin, with whom she shares three kids, including Vance, a son who (successfully) battled stage 4 cancer. She also brings up her extended family, many of whom make headlines more than she does.

Chynna’s half-siblings include actress Mackenzie, 61, as well as actress Bijou Phillips. Bijou, 40, is married to actor Danny Masterson, who was charged with three counts of rape last year stemming from three separate incidents between 2001 and 2003. Chynna’s famous in-laws include not only Alec and Hilaria but also Stephen Baldwin, father of Hailey Bieber, who with his wife, Kennya, helped turn Chynna into a born-again Christian.

Actor William Baldwin and singer Chynna Phillips at NYC’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre in 1992. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Chynna and Billy, who often host niece Ireland Baldwin at their home, spent New Year’s Eve watching Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, perform at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with their kids and Stephen Baldwin. “It was awesome,” Chynna said of the concert, which she plans to upload to her channel. “It was the first time he’d really done a full concert concert in about four years. We were all praying for him, not that he needed it … but just so he would have an amazing experience and be able to rock the house and to rock 2021, which he did.

“They’re a cute couple,” Chynna added. “We love them, and we admire their faith.”

Her mother, Michelle, now 76, and her kids, Jameson, 20, Vance, 19, and Brooke, 16, occasionally appear on “Cal Preachin’,” and husband Billy joins Chynna for videos titled “Chilly.”


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