May 31, 2010 12:00 PM


Sandra Bullock‘s love for that beautiful baby practically jumps off the pages”

Henriette Peterson

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Thank you for the heartwarming story on Sandra Bullock and her baby Louis. Her openness during this time of great joy and sorrow made me want to reach through the pages and give her a hug. What a lucky baby to have such a protective, down-to-earth mother and a “village” of family and friends. Congratulations, Sandra. You’re going to be a great mom!

Marianne P. Russo

Modesto, Calif.

Sandra is the epitome of class. To go through what she did and still exude such forgiveness, strength and love is truly inspiring. I can’t think of another celebrity who has amazed me more.

Ying Payton

San Antonio, Texas

Kudos to Sandra for adopting a child from the U.S.! I think it is such a great thing. There are so many kids here in America that need a good home. I am the proud mother of two adopted children from the States. I cherish every moment I have with them, and I can’t imagine my life without them.

Leslie Speer

Pasadena, Texas


You have the right picture on your cover this week. Sandra Bullock is the Most Beautiful Person of 2010.

Debbie Lyn

via e-mail

Thank you for showcasing beautiful people in a diverse way! It is so important for readers to see people representing different sizes, backgrounds, races and sexual orientations.

Columbus C. Brooks

Pittsburgh, Pa.

I loved the pictures of the stars without makeup. But I would have loved to have seen more stars in their 40s, 50s and beyond. Anyone can look good without makeup in their teens and 20s—they still have the youthful skin of a baby. Show us the mature stars as they age.

Gionna Dudra

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I was incredibly touched by Shannon and Paul Morell’s emotional story about how they dealt with an embryo mix-up that led to Carolyn Savage giving birth to their son Logan. I can’t imagine having to give up a child; however, the Savages never hesitated to do what they thought was right. Baby Logan is so blessed to have both sets of parents in his life.

Liz Fitzwater

Bettendorf, Iowa


Kerri will always be my favorite champion. I remember watching her at the Olympics when she was 18 and crying for joy when she landed her vault on one leg. I’m so happy for her and her new marriage.

Nicole Collins

Philadelphia, Pa.


The Maine Troop Greeters story in our May 10 issue received a warm welcome from readers, who thanked volunteers for meeting troops as they deployed or returned from abroad. “I’m so glad to know there are people who care like this,” says Ruth Kondrach, whose son leaves soon for basic training. One soldier has even nominated the group for a civilian humanitarian award. Adds U.S. Army 1st Lt. Elena T. Sequeira: “As a soldier in Afghanistan, it touches my heart to see people who are proud of us and take the time to say thanks. I can’t wait to see them when I come home.”


In our May 10 issue, we misspelled the name of NCIS star Sean Murray’s daughter Caitlyn. In the Great Ideas section of our April 12 issue, the Chicken Marbella recipe should have called for salt and pepper to taste. PEOPLE regrets the errors.

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