Big Brother season 2 winner Will Kirby is engaged to two-time For Love or Money winner Erin Brodie, according to People. In their ongoing effort to prove that reality stars can produce both love and money, the California couple, who have been together six years, already have a 15-month-old son named Cash.
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Comedian and View co-hostess Joy Behar has put a ring on her boyfriend of 29 years, according to People.com.
Behar, 68, who also hosts The Joy Behar Show on HLN, wed longtime partner Steve Janowitz last night in a private ceremony in New York City. According to a rep, “she will discuss [the marriage] on Sept. 6 on The View when the show returns for the 15th season.”
Mark-Paul Gosselaar is set to be saved by the wedding bells for the second time, reports People. The Franklin & Bash star proposed to advertising executive Catriona McGinn with a five-carat diamond ring. His divorce from Lisa Ann Russell was finalized in May; they have two children, 7-year-old Michael and 5-year-old Ava.
What began as a strange, almost humorous news story may end with the suspect spending the rest of her life behind bars. The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that Lucinda Moyers, the woman suspected of entering Jeopardy host Alex Trebek’s Bay Area hotel room last week in an attempted burglary, could serve 25 years to life if convicted under California’s “three strike” law. The statute allows juries to sentence defendants who are guilty of “at least two previous violent or serious” to 25 years to life, according to the Chronicle. A representative for the district attorney stated the supposed break-in met the requirements for violent felony charges because Trebek and his wife were in the room at the time. Moyers’ two previous burglary charges date back to the early 90s, and she served an eight-and-a-half years of a 15 year sentence from 1997 to 2006 on a third burglary charge. She is scheduled to appear back in court on Aug. 15.
British Member of Parliament Louise Mensch has apologized to Piers Morgan for implicating him in the News of the World phone hacking scandal, reports The Guardian. The Conservative MP claimed in July 19′s Parliamentary hearings with Rupert Murdoch and his son James that Morgan was fully aware of, and in fact a participant in, the phone hacking. Mensch wrote a letter to John Whittingdale, the chairman of Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee, to officially recant her statements against Morgan, explaining that she misread news coverage based on Morgan’s book The Insider. Morgan, who has maintained he was not involved in phone hacking, accepted Mensch’s apology via Twitter.
Japan won the Women’s Soccer World Cup after beating the United States in today’s final in Frankfurt, Germany. The Americans were ahead twice in the game, but at the end of extra time the score stood at 2-2. Japan won the ensuing shootout after the U.S. team failed to find the back of the net with its first three penalties.
Celebrity Apprentice judge Ivanka Trump, 29, has given birth to a baby girl. The daughter of Donald announced the news via Twitter today. UPDATE: On Monday’s Fox & Friends, Donald Trump revealed his granddaughter’s name: Arabella.
It’s a big day for celebrity babies and social media, as David and Victoria Beckham posted the first pics of baby Harper Seven on Facebook.
Rebekah Brooks has been arrested in London as part of the police investigation into the News of the World phone hacking scandal, according to the AP. Brooks, a former editor of the U.K. tabloid newspaper, was arrested at noon today and is being questioned on suspicion of conspiring to intercept communications and on suspicion of corruption.
A statement released on Brooks’ behalf said she “voluntarily attended a London police station to assist with their ongoing investigation.” Brooks’ arrest comes just two days after she stepped down as head of Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper company, News International.
It is alleged the News of the World hacked the phones of thousands of people, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Sienna Miller, Jude Law, and a 13-year-old murder victim named Milly Dowler. On Thursday, the New York Times reported the FBI has a opened a preliminary inquiry into allegations that the paper attempted to gain access to the phone records of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Jane Fonda claims QVC canceled an appearance by the actress because of 'insane pressure' from extremist groups
Jane Fonda has alleged QVC cancelled an appearance by the actress because of pressure “by some well funded and organized political extremist groups.” The Oscar winner was due to appear on the network today to talk about her book Prime Time.
In a blog item she wrote for website The Wrap, the actress alleged, “The network said they got a lot of calls yesterday criticizing me for my opposition to the Vietnam War and threatening to boycott the show if I was allowed to appear.” Fonda went on to write that she was “deeply disappointed that QVC caved to this kind of insane pressure by some well funded and organized political extremist groups. And that they did it without talking to me first.”
In a statement to Reuters, QVC spokesman Paul Capelli said Fonda’s appearance was cancelled because of a “programming change.” Capelli added that he couldn’t “speak to Ms. Fonda’s comments, other than to confirm that a change in scheduling resulted in her not appearing today.”
Vanessa Minnillo, the new host of Wipeout, and Nick Lachey, the current host of The Sing-Off, got married on Friday in a small ceremony on a tropical island, reports People. The couple flew their 35 wedding guests to the secret location. “Our wedding invitations were in the form of a plane ticket,” said Lachey, 37. “We told them they were going away and the attire was ‘island chic.’ It was all very vague.” Added the 30-year-old Minnillo, “For us, this is just a stepping stone to do what we ultimately want and that’s to start a family together.”
The happy event won’t be private much longer: TLC will air Nick & Vanessa’s Dream Wedding as a two-hour special on July 30 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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