"Ironic" singer Alanis Morissette and rapper Mario "Souleye" Treadway are pregnant with their second child. Pregnancy seems to be going well for Morissette, who was seen out and about in the sun with Treadway and "Now You See Me" star Woody Harrelson.
Just Jared reports that the pregnant Morissette recently went snorkelling with Treadway and Harrelson. Morissette did not seem to show any difficulty or discomfort in her pregnancy.
E! News says that when Morissette was pregnant with her first child, Ever Imre Morissette-Treadway, she creatively broke the news of her pregnancy to her husband. Morissette recorded a song with Guy Sigsworth. The song had an accompanying animated music video, which showed Morissette and Treadway's journey together.
As a multi-awarded Grammy winner, Morissette has proven her way with music and words. Huffington Post points out that her song "Jagged Little Pill," which catapulted Morissette to the top of the charts in the '90s, gave comfort and inspiration to many.
Among her songs, "You Oughta Know" is one track that has been in the center of speculations because Morisette's inspiration behind still remains a mystery. Many believed that Alanis Morissette wrote the song for "Full House" star David Coulier. Romper reports that in the past, Morissette spoke to people and claimed that "You Oughta Know" was written about them. She herself refused to make any public confirmation on the inspiration of "You Oughta Know."
The media outlet points out that not too long ago, Coulier spoke of what he knew about "You Oughta Know." Apparently, Coulier asked Morissette about "You Oughta Know," given the hounding he was receiving about it from the media.
there are absolutely no words that can speak to the joy and sweetness of these moments for me. xoxoxoxoxoxooxxo pic.twitter.com/DF8rmagr7O
— Alanis Morissette (@Alanis) March 6, 2016
Morissette, however, gave Coulier a noncommittal response, saying that "You Oughta Know" could be about anybody. Morissette also told Coulier that he could tell people whatever he wanted to say.
"So one time, I was doing a red carpet somewhere and [the press] just wore me down and everybody wanted to know so I said, 'Yeah, all right, I'm the guy,'" Coulier explained. "It's just become this silly urban legend that I just have to laugh at."
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