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Here's Alicia Keys' Parenting Advice for New Dad Adam Levine

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    It's no surprise that Alicia Keys' son, Egypt, is a popular kid.

    Keys and Swizz Beatz's eldest child turned 6 on October 14 and celebrated his big day with his closest friends and family.

    Talking to E! News at Keep a Child Alive's 13th Annual Black Ball in New York Wednesday, the singer gushed about her son's birthday party: "His birthday was great — he has a lot of friends, it's really scary."

    Luckily mom and dad have the space to entertain, but it sounds as though Egypt really is quite the sociable first-grader.

    "I don't know how he's ever going to not have a lot of friends," Keys added.

    Meanwhile, E! asked if she's offered up any parenting tips for her fellow "Voice" coach Adam Levine, who welcomed daughter Dusty Rose Levine into the world last month with wife Behati Prinsloo.

    "I am so excited for him!" Keys exclaimed.

    The singer — who was in a great mood at the star-studded event, which raised $2 million for children and families affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India —revealed that she spent a lot of time backstage with Levine and Prinsloo and that "they are so loving."

    Her advice: "Get ready man, you think you've ever been tired before?"

    Keys got in a little dig at Levine, too. Prinsloo now "has two kids, him and the baby," Keys laughed.

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    A Huntington Beach man has set a record for most consecutive visits to Disneyland. Jeff Reitz, 44, has visited the park 2,000 times in a row. Reitz started visiting the park every day when he was unemployed and wanted to keep his spirits up. Employed at the VA now, Reitz continues to visit every day after work because it helps him to decompress after a long day. His favorite ride is the Matterhorn Bobsleds, which he first rode with his mom when he was 2 years old. 

    (Published Friday, June 23, 2017)