Holly Madison to Adopt Baby to Avoid Missing Vegas Show

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    Madison has contacted Hold My Hand, an adoption mentoring service.

    Holly Madison is going from Playmate to playdates!

    A rep for the Playboy pinup-turned-reality star confirms to E! News that the blonde bombshell is planning to adopt a child.

    Madison, 32, first broke the news to In Touch, saying she's looking to start a family of her own beyond the happy one she found for a time with Hugh Hefner as one of his three gorgeous gal pals on the hit E! reality series The Girls Next Door.

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    "I've started the adoption process," she told the magazine. "I really want to be a mommy."

    Holly added that she decided to take the adoption route to parenthood because she's been too busy with her career these days to focus on having a baby of her own. That includes starring the last couple of years in her own reality spin-off, Holly's World, as well as appearing in a hit Vegas show and at various events.

    To help her on her journey, Madison has contacted Hold My Hand, an adoption mentoring service. It's run by "the Guncles" --aka Bill Horn and Scout Masterson, the gay uncles featured on Tori Spelling's reality show, Tori &Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, who started the organization as a way to help prospective parents.

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