Donald Faison married his girlfriend Cacee Cobb yesterday, according to People. The ceremony took place at the Los Angeles home of Faison’s Scrubs costar Zach Braff, and Cobb’s friend Jessica Simpson was a bridesmaid. The couple got engaged in August 2011.
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Singer Toni Braxton, 45, has been hospitalized for complications related to lupus, she revealed via Twitter yesterday. “Hey guys, I’m in the hospital for health issues related to Lupus & Blood clots, I will be home soon…Thanks for all the love&support,” Braxton wrote on Friday. Braxton hasn’t updated beyond that initial message.
The 45-year-old Grammy winner — famed for mid-’90s hits like “You’re Makin’ Me High” and “Un-Break My Heart” — announced she had the autoimmune disease lupus two years ago. The second season of her reality show with her family, WE’s Braxton Family Values, had its second season finale in September.
Ariel Winter, the 14-year-old actress who plays Alex Dunphy on Modern Family, has been removed from her home by a judge after allegations that her mother, Crystal Workman, was physically and emotionally abusing her, according to court documents obtained by EW. Winter is currently in the guardianship of her older sister, Shanelle Workman.
TMZ first reported the story. The TMZ report noted that Workman was also abused as a child by Crystal and placed in foster care.
Another hearing for Ariel has been set for Nov. 20.
A rep for Winter declined to comment.
Sharon Osbourne says she had a double mastectomy after learning she carries a gene that increases the risk of developing breast cancer.
Osbourne told Hello! magazine that “I didn’t want to live the rest of my life with that shadow hanging over me.”
The 60-year-old former America’s Got Talent judge, who had colon cancer a decade ago, said that without the surgery, “the odds are not in my favor.”
She added: “It’s not ‘pity me,’ it’s a decision I made that’s got rid of this weight that I was carrying around.”
The magazine went on sale Monday.
Osbourne, husband Ozzy and children Jack and Kelly became rock’s most famous clan thanks to reality show The Osbournes a decade ago.
Jack Osbourne, 26, was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Police at Los Angeles International Airport say actor Jack Scalia has been arrested after security screeners found an unloaded handgun in his carry-on bag.
Sgt. Belinda Nettles says the 61-year-old Scalia, who had recurring roles on All My Children, Remington Steele, and Dallas, was arrested Thursday afternoon in Terminal 7.
No further details were released.
According to the Internet Movie Database, Scalia played the role of Nicholas Pearce on Dallas. The character plunged to his death from a balcony following a fight with J.R. Ewing.
Scalia played Chris Stamp on All My Children from 2001 to 2003.
A representative of Scalia could not be reached for comment late Thursday.
Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson is engaged to Justin Mikita, his boyfriend of nearly two years.
Ferguson, 36, and Mikita, 27, announced the news in a video blog discussing the foundation Tie The Knot, which supports the fight for marriage equality.
“It’s true, I popped the big Q,” Ferguson says.
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Sad news, ladies: Jesse Williams is off the market!
smokin’ hot Grey’s Anatomy actor married his girlfriend of five years, Aryn Drake-Lee, on Saturday, according to People.
Williams, 31, plays surgeon Jackson Avery on the hit ABC drama, which returns with new episodes on Sept. 27.
Former Bachelorette Jen Schefft and her husband Joe Waterman welcomed their second daughter, Charlotte Grace Waterman, on Tuesday, July 31, People reports. Schefft married Waterman in 2009, and the couple welcomed daughter Mae Elizabeth Waterman in 2010.
The reality star tweeted, “Our little Charlotte Grace Waterman was born 7/31/12 weighing 8lbs 3oz! She is a doll and we couldn’t be happier!”
Schefft won The Bachelor in 2003, and starred on The Bachelorette in 2005.
Finder actor Michael Clarke Duncan has suffered a heart attack, EW has confirmed.
“According to doctors, Michael Clarke Duncan suffered a myocardial infarction early this morning. He is now stable and we look forward to his full recovery,” his publicist said in a statement.
The Academy Award-nominated actor, 54, most recently played Leo Nox on Fox’s Finder, which was cancelled in May.
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