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Celebrity Baby Names
Starting with Letter "O"

Artists are creative by nature and often give their children quite creative names! Some are traditional, some unique, and some are, well, just down right weird. It doesn't really matter at the end of the day for these kids, though, because for the most part they were dealt a pretty good hand in life considering the wealth and stature of their respective parent(s).


Check out some of the interesting names celebs have given their children. Click on a block or drag the slider to select the first initial of the celebrity's first name.

  • Elijah, Amerah, Joshua, Jacob, Aiden, Calyssa, Caleb, Noah, Maliyah, Isaiah, Nariyah, Makai, Josiah,
    Elijah, Amerah, Joshua, Jacob, Aiden, Calyssa, Caleb, Noah, Maliyah, Isaiah, Nariyah, Makai, Josiah,
    Nadya Suleman became known as “The Octomom” after sparking a national media frenzy in 2009 when she gave birth to a full set of octuplets (eight babies). Public opinion hotly turned against her when it was revealed that Nadya was a single-mother with six other babies at home, all of which were conceived via IVF (in-vitro fertilization). The story also shined a bright spotlight on the assisted reproduction industry which irresponsibly allowed this to happen. Americans were generally turned off by Nadya’s reckless baby-making when she was unable to support herself without public assistance. This woman didn’t need eight more babies; she needed therapy.
  • Flynn Christopher Bloom
    Flynn Christopher Bloom
    Heartthrob English actor was finally taken off the market in 2010 when he married Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr (of Victoria’s Secret fame). Shortly thereafter, in January 2011, the couple welcomed their son Flynn Christopher Blanchard Copeland Bloom into the world. What’s up with all the names? We knew giving children two middle names instead of one is becoming the new vogue, but three? Really? It will take us three hours to calculate that baby’s numerology life path. Geez. Flynn Christopher Bloom sounds better in our opinion but we understand the significance of honoring family names. Flynn, by the way, wasn’t even on the American naming charts until these two made their announcement. It happens to be a very popular boy’s name in Australia and now it’s coming to America. Flynn means “red” in Irish Gaelic.
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