Celebrity stories too juicy to miss. Here's what else went down today in celeb-love-land.
Although Ryan O'Neal told Barbara Walters he and longtime partner Farrah Fawcett were planning to marry as soon as possible, the pair was unable to exchange vows before Farrah died of cancer yesterday morning at the age of 62.
With 39 years of stardom, five #1 hit albums, three children, two wives and more tabloid coverage than we can count, Michael Jackson's legacy on the music industry and the world will live on for many years to come. However, despite being an enduring sex symbol since he was a member of the Jackson 5, the recently-departed Jackson had only a handful of romantic relationships throughout his life.
Michael Jackson's children might be the most resilient we know. In the event of his tragic death, will their mothers receive custody?
Lisa Marie Presley pays "heartbroken" tribute to Michael Jackson; Debbie Rowe reported to be "inconsolable."
Gisele Bundchen gave an interview to a Brazilian TV program this week in which she talked about the baby she's expecting with her husband, Patriots QB Tom Brady, saying, "I am crazy about children," and "Because of this relationship, what is most important to me is the family. Now I am creating my other family."
It looks like Jennifer Aniston has found herself a new suitor, Hangover star Bradley Cooper. Rumored to be together for months, Jennifer and Brad number two recently bonded over dinner at Il Cantinori restaurant in Manhattan.
Ryan O'Neal issues a statement on the death of Farrah Fawcett as the public awaits more details of her passing.
Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie are keeping the twins, Vivienne Marcheline and Knox Leon, out of the limelight for a reason. The babies are suffering health problems, and so far solutions aren't working.
The Gosselin kids shift into focus as the public wonders what will become of Jon & Kate Plus 8. Experts say the court could remove them from the show. Plus, news on Jon's mistress and his high-powered lawyer.