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When Charlie Hillhouse was 2 1/2, his “Gaga” gave him a cooking lesson. They both wore chef hats, poured and mixed corn muffin batter, then popped baking trays into the oven. Charlie, now 4, was enthralled. Afterward, he turned to his mother, Alison Hillhouse, vice president of youth culture and trends at MTV.

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