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One-time Bachelor contestant Melissa Rycroft was taken to a Los Angeles-area hospital on Sunday due to an injury sustained during rehearsals for ABC’s all-stars edition of Dancing With the Stars, reports People.
She reportedly hurt her head and neck while planning out camera blocking for Monday night’s performance show with dance partner Tony Dovolani.
There is no word yet on whether Rycroft will join the seven other remaining contestants for the shows on Monday and Tuesday.
Dennis Quaid and Kimberly Buffington-Quaid are separating after eight years of marriage, People reports.
Kimberly has filed for legal separation for the second time. The former real estate agent filed for divorce in March, citing “discord or conflict of personalities,” but put papers on hold in late April to work on their marriage.
“Kimberly and Dennis Quaid have decided to legally separate after 8 years of marriage. They ask that their privacy and the privacy of their family be respected during this difficult time,” a rep for the actor told People.
This will be the second divorce for the Vegas star, 58, who was previously married to Meg Ryan.
A mafia scion is headed to rehab. Renee Graziano, one of the stars of VH1′s Mob Wives, has entered a treatment center in Miami, though her publicist denies any substance addiction: “It is not for any current drug or alcohol use of any kind,” the rep told People. “Her choice to enter rehab was made entirely on her own. She has made this decision for the betterment of her son AJ [Pagan]‘s life, as well as to improve her physical, mental and spiritual health.”
Graziano’s father, Anthony “TG” Graziano, is the former consiglieri of the Bonanno clan — one of the “Five Families” that dominates New York City’s organized crime scene. Earlier this year, the reality star’s ex-husband informed on Graziano’s father, helping to land the mafioso in prison.
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green welcomed their first child together late last month, Fox confirmed on her Facebook page today.
The actress, who kept the news under wraps for several weeks, gave birth to a “healthy, happy, and perfect” son, Noah Shannon Green, on Sept. 27. “We are humbled to have the opportunity to call ourselves the parents of this beautiful soul and I am forever grateful to God for allowing me to know this kind of boundless, immaculate love,” she wrote.
The couple got married in 2010 after dating on and off for six years. Green, 39, has a 10-year-old son, Kassius Lijah, from his previous relationship with General Hospital star Vanessa Marcil.
Fox, 26, will appear in this December’s This Is 40. Green, who is best known for his role as David on Beverley Hills, 90210, stars in USA’s The Wedding Band.
Journey’s Neal Schon and former The Real Housewives of D.C. star Michaele Salahi got engaged last night in Baltimore, the Baltimore Sun reports.
The guitarist, 58, got down on one knee on stage and proposed mid-performance at a benefit concert for the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.
Salahi rose to fame after crashing a White House state dinner in 2009 with former husband Tareq Salahi.
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Alfonso Ribeiro — a.k.a. Carlton on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air — married Angela Unkrich, 31, on Saturday, People reports. It’s the second marriage for Ribeiro, 41, who has a 9-year-old daughter with first wife, Robin Stapler.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds tweeted out their wedded bliss: “Last night I got married to the most incredible woman in the world,” Ribeiro wrote. “1st morning waking up as Mrs. Ribeiro = AMAZING!!! So happy and blessed!” Unkrich added.
BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — Gary Collins, an actor, television show host and former master of ceremonies for the Miss America Pageant, died Saturday, authorities said. He was 74.
Collins, a resident of Biloxi, Miss., died of natural causes just before 1 a.m. Saturday after he was admitted Friday evening to Biloxi Regional Medical Center, according to Harrison County Coroner Gary Hargrove.
During the 1980s, Collins hosted the Miss America pageant and the television shows “Hour Magazine” — for which he won a Daytime Emmy in 1983 — and “The Home Show.”
As an actor, he appeared in numerous movies and was a fixture on television in the 1960s and 1970s, playing a variety of guest roles in comedies and dramas including “Perry Mason,” ”The Love Boat” and “Ironside,” among others. He also starred in regular series including “The Wackiest Ship in the Army” and “The Iron Horse” in the 1960s and the “The Sixth Sense” in the 1970s.
He kept acting for decades, appearing as late as 2009 in an episode of the TV show “Dirty Sexy Money.”
Collins was married to former Miss America and Mississippi native Mary Ann Mobley.
Best known as a handsome and amiable on-air personality, his public image suffered at times because of run-ins with the law.
In 2009, he pleaded guilty in Santa Barbara, Calif., to misdemeanor driving under the influence — his third offense. In 2010, he was fined $500 in Jackson, Miss., for leaving the scene of a traffic accident.
Last year, a Harrison County judge dismissed charges against Collins for allegedly leaving a Biloxi restaurant without paying his bill. Dismissal came after a restaurant employee asked to with draw his complaint in the case.
Information on funeral arrangements was not available Saturday afternoon.
Humans and little felt animals alike will descend on Washington D.C.’s National Mall on Nov. 3 to defend PBS, longtime home to Sesame Street’s beloved denizens and current target of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s proposed budget cuts.
The Million Muppet March was founded by Michael Bellavia, 43, an L.A. animation executive, and Chris Mecham, 46, a university student in Idaho, who each came up with the idea separately. According to Reuters, Bellavia bought the url millionmuppetmarch.com during the debate, following Romney’s comments that he would stop the government subsidy to PBS, and discovered that Mecham had already started a Facebook page by the same name.
The page, which states, “We are Muppets and Muppet Sympathizers committed to keeping full employment for all Muppets through support of public funding for public broadcasting. Join us on the National Mall on November 3rd, 2012. Puppet Power!” currently has some 11,000 likes.
Alex Karras, who starred on the long-running ’80s sitcom Webster after his successful NFL career with the Detroit Lions, died today. ”After a heroic fight with kidney disease, heart disease, dementia and for the last two years, stomach cancer,” Karras died at his Los Angeles home, surrounded by family, a family spokesman told CNN. He was 77.
A star football player at the University of Iowa, Karras was signed by the Detroit Lions in 1958 and stayed with the team until he retired in 1970. He moved into acting, and soon landed the role of the dunderheaded lunk Mongo in Mel Brooks’ infamously politically incorrect 1974 comedy Blazing Saddles. He also played a closeted gay bodyguard in the 1982 Blake Edwards’ musical Victor Victoria. READ FULL STORY »
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