The birth of Blue Ivy Carter (offspring of superstar Beyoncé and her husband, rap mogul Jay-Z) has "rebirthed" a hot celebrity topic: strange celebrity baby names.
Scroll down for some more of these "unique" celebrity baby names.
We can only assume that Sylvester Stallone's son, Sage Moonblood, was given his name after Sly lost a substantial amount of blood in one of his movies.
The name of Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin's daughter, Apple, was inspired by the Bible. As Paltrow said, "Apples are so sweet, and they're wholesome, and it's biblical — and I just thought it sounded so lovely and … clean!"
A common trend among celebs is to name their children after geographical places. Actress/singer Ashlee Simpson and her ex-husband, musician Pete Wentz, followed suit, naming their son Bronx Mowgli after the New York City borough. He's in good company; he's joined by Brooklyn, the son of David and Victoria Beckham.
And let's not forget the Beckhams, who welcomed their newest addition, daughter Harper Seven, last July. The "Seven" part denotes Beckham's jersey number when he played for Manchester United and the English national team.
Actress Alicia Silverstone and husband Christopher Jarecki gave birth to their son Bear in May 2011, topping many "worst celebrity baby name" lists for that year.
This is proof that someone can make a simple and comforting word a little disturbing. Blanket, the son of the late Michael Jackson, also goes by Prince Michael II.
Actor Nicolas Cage appealed to his love of superhero comic books when naming his son Kal-El, which is Superman's birth name.
Actor Jason Lee named his son, Pilot Inspektor, after a song by the band Grandaddy called "He's Simple, He's Dumb, He's the Pilot."
Saving the best (or at least the strangest) for last, Jermaine Jackson and wife Halima's son's name, Jermajesty, needs no explanation. Or many explanations … you decide.