She's funny, attractive and charismatic, but unlike many of the other stars on this list, Tina Fey was not predestined to attract media attention with her pregnancy. Despite being a successful writer and performer on "Saturday Night Live," Fey didn't become a superstar until her late 30s with her primetime sitcom "30 Rock," which debuted in 2006. When Fey announced her second pregnancy in April 2011 on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," the press took notice, and stories about the expecting comedienne could soon be found in the pages of supermarket tabloids and Internet gossip columns. The extra media attention hasn't fazed Fey, who plans to keep working as long as she can. "I'll stay in the writers' room until my mucous plug blows," she said. We can only imagine what the tabloids would print if that were to happen.