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Celebrity Baby Names Inspired By 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Characters

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Pink names her baby girl Willow.

When a new celebrity name pops up, there tends to be a lot of confusion and curiosity. But when it comes to Mike Myers’ newborn son, the name Spike sounds purely genius!

Myers obviously jumped on the trend of naming your baby after a character from Buffy the Vampire Slayer!

Just look at the latest babies born over the past summer. Pink and Carey Hart named their daugher Willow Sage (Willow was played by Alyson Hannigan), January Jones named her son Xander (Xander was played by Nicholas Brendon), and now Myers has named his son Spike (Spike was played by James Marsters).

So who exactly is next? We divvied up the remaining character names to those who are expecting a baby very soon. Take a look below at who should name their baby Buffy, Cordelia, or Giles!

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  • Tori Spelling 1 of 5
    Tori Spelling
    Cordelia! I feel like Tori is going to have another pretty girl.
  • Hilary Duff 2 of 5
    Hilary Duff
    Buffy! Because how could would Buffy Duff sound?
  • Beyonce 3 of 5
    Beyonce
    Anya! Beyonce is already rumored to be having a girl.
  • Sarah Drew 4 of 5
    Sarah Drew
    Giles! Sarah seems a little nerdy herself so why not give her the nerdiest name.
  • Jessica Simpson 5 of 5
    Jessica Simpson
    Angel! I feel like Jessica is going to have a boy and what better character than Angel to name your kid after.

[Photos via PR Photos/PacificCoastNews.com]

 

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