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2019 Celebrity Baby Names, Ranked Best to Worst  

Carly Kiel
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List Rules Vote up the best baby names celebrities have given to their newborn girls and boys in 2019. Vote down the names you just hate.

In this crazy new world where it seems like anyone can be a celebrity, it's easier than ever to be born to celebrity parents. This is a list of all 2019 celebrity baby names, ranked from aww to yikes. The items include newborn babes of every celeb, from A-list actors to one-time reality show contestants and social media ~influencers~. The more the merrier! All these famous people have one wonderful thing in common: brand new kids with names, which is what we're ranking here. By the end of summer, many stars had brand new bundles of joy, including Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte (Liv Rae), Jessica Jones actress Krysten Ritter (Bruce Julian Knight), and Today show host Hoda Kotb (Hope Catherine)  While a few celebrity parents have chosen traditional names like Jacob, Bobby, and Christopher, the year already sees newer trends like Mila, Zander, and Beau. And many more are on the way. What names are current pregnant celebrities mulling over right this second?

What will be 2019's most popular baby names? If we look to last year's batch, we can expect a wide range of names, from classic to whimsical to downright bonkers. The most popular 2018 baby names of celebs were those Ranker user voted to the top of the list, the supercute favorites: Jack (Jamie-Lynn Sigler), Miles (John Legend and Chrissy Tiegen), and Luca (Poppy Harlow) for boys, and Violet (Tabitha Simmons), Isabella (Carly Waddell), and Isla (Dale Earnhardt Jr) for girls. On the other end of the spectrum, voters did not like the following words celebs chose to name their progeny: Marvel, Legend, Ranger, Story, Bay, Bruin, Kulture, Titan, Atlas, Maxon, Loyal, Kash, Navy, or Leafar. And then there were the Kardashians/Jenners, who had little baby girls and could have named them anything in the world, but instead picked Stormi (Kylie), True (Khloe), and Chicago (Kim). Oh well. 

Which of these 2019 celeb baby names are your favorite? Vote them up or down as you please to influence the rankings and let the world know how you feel about the personal life decisions celebrities have made. Then weigh in on our Celebrity Pregnancy Pool to take a guess at who will be expecting next.

1

Ashley Petta and Anthony D'Amico (Married at First Sight), January 12

2

Danielle Bergman and Bobby Dodd (Married at First Sight), February

3

Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher, January 12

4
Harper Skye Jackson

Egypt Sherrod (HGTV) and Mike Jackson (DJ Fadelf), February 7

5

Christy Carlson Romano (Even Stevens) and Brendan Rooney, February 18

6
Benjamin Allen Cohen

Andy Cohen (Watch What Happens Live), February 4

7

Rachel Platten (singer) and Kevin Lazan, January 26

8
Natalia Mae Kershaw

Sammy Kershaw and Mendy Gregory, September 11

9

Angela and Erik von Detten (The Princess Diaries), May 17

10
Olivia May Greiner

Heather DeLoach ("Bee Girl") and Matthew Greiner, May 23

11
Julie Evangeline Wayne

Jen Lilley and Jason Wayne, July 30

12

Hoda Kotb, adopted April

13

Claire Holt (The Originals) and Andrew Joblon, March 28

14
Clara Eloise Jordan

Jeremy Jordan (Supergirl) and Ashley Spencer), April 21

15
Dean Michael Darby

Michael and Ashley Darby (Real Housewives of Potomac), July 7

16

Sara Haines (Strahan and Sara) and Max Shifrin, June 26

17
Luke Alessandro Mazza

Chloe Melas (CNN) and Brian Mazza, July 5

18
Lilah Ray Roloff

Zach and Tori Roloff (Little People, Big World), November 19

19

Kristen and Jordan Davis, November 17

20
Hartley Luca Scher (m)

Jedediah Bila (Fox & Friends)  and Jeremy Scher, November 15

21
Holland Grace Paine

Erin Bates (Bringing Up Bates) and Chad Paine, November 26

22

Angela and Alfonso Ribeiro, May 13

23
Valentina StellaMaris Duffy

Sean and Rachel Campos-Duffy (Fox News), October

24
Max Valentine Imbruglia

Natalie Imbruglia, October

25
Lyra Sheen

Michael Sheen (Good Omens) and Anna Lundberg, September 23