Despite dubious theories that Tyga is Kylie Jenner's baby daddy, the world knows that Kylie is pregnant with Travis Scott's baby.Math and Kylie Jenner's due date tell us that Kylie got pregnant more than a month after she and Tyga split.(born 29 June 1953) is a Scottish-Australian musician and actor.He came to prominence as the lead vocalist of the band Men at Work, and later also as a solo artist.Following the break-up of Men at Work in 1985, Hay released several major label solo albums, including Looking for Jack (Columbia) and Wayfaring Sons (MCA), to fluctuating commercial success.In 2011, Hay commented on his early solo career, stating, "After Men at Work, for the better part of a decade, I was stumbling around being unfocused.told Kylie that he has not been the same since they split." We somehow suspect that he's singing a different tune than he was in June, when he celebrated how much better his life supposedly is without Kylie."He also let her know that King misses her too and asks about her all the time." That's a low blow -- mentioning a child missing Kylie, especially when her pregnancy has to be pushing her nurturing instincts into overdrive.
Kylie Jenner's due date is reportedly February 4th, just 10 days before Valentine's Day.
In addition to recording, Hay also established his own recording label, Lazy Eye Records, somewhat incorrectly named for his own divergent ocular condition, exotropia, or divergent strabismus (the usage of lazy-eye generally refers to Amblyopia), and has made appearances in cult movies such as Cosi and television shows, such as The Larry Sanders Show, JAG, and The Mick Molloy Show.
Hay also appeared on television in the NBC show Scrubs, which along with episodes of ABC's What About Brian, NBC's The Black Donnellys, CBS's Cane, and the BBC hospital drama Casualty, have included performances of some of his previous songs.
We came in as a pop band with enormous radio success; once that goes away and the band breaks up the audience tends to go away with it. When you start out doing those tours, you start again [and] you tend not to attract a very big number of people.
I'd play to a hundred people or sometimes less." In 2004 he contributed to the Garden State soundtrack with his solo song "I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You".