From CNN.com LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- Dermot Mulroney has filed for divorce, seeking to end his nearly 17-year marriage to Catherine Keener. The 43-year-old actor cited irreconcilable differences and asked for joint custody of their 7-year-old son, Clyde, according to documents filed Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The couple, who appeared in the 2001 film "Lovely & Amazing," were married in November 1990 and separated in May 2005, the documents said. An after-hours e-mail to Keener's publicist wasn't immediately returned. Mulroney's screen credits include "My Best Friend's Wedding," "The Wedding Date," and "Georgia Rule." Tango’s Take
From FemaleFirst.co.uk Eddie Murphy will undergo a DNA test to today (11.06.07) to determine whether he is the father of Mel B's baby. Eddie has continually denied claims he is the father of two-month-old Angel Iris, after splitting with Mel while she was pregnant. The 'Dreamgirls' actor has now been ordered to appear in a US court to provide a DNA test after Mel sought legal action to resolve the dispute. A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "If he tries to duck out of this test there will be all hell to pay. This isn't just another girlfriend he is messing around, this is his own flesh and blood. "Mel knows the baby is Eddie's and can't believe it has got to the point where she has to force him to acknowledge there is a chance he could be the father. Tango’s Take
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From Slate By Megan O’Rourke The retail fantasy known as a "traditional" American wedding comprises many delicious absurdities, ranging from personalized wedding stamps to ring pillows designed for dogs to favors like "Love Mints." Of all these baubles, though, perhaps the most insidious is the engagement ring. Most Americans can say no to the "celebrity garter belt" on offer for a mere $18.95 from Weddings With Class.
From Reuters By Jason Szep SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - As "Big Love" enters a second season Monday, the HBO series about a fictional polygamous family is inspiring emotions from pride to fury among real polygamists where the show is set in a Salt Lake City suburb. "There's a certain truth to it," said Anne Wilde, a 71-year-old widow who was part of a family of plural wives for 33 years. "Here's a family of three wives that lives in the community and they just blend into the neighborhood, although they don't say too much about it." But Wilde said she blocks her eyes when scenes get intimate and bridles at the show's trademark sexual tension, saying it's too racy for many of the estimated 37,000 fundamentalist Mormons who practice polygamy in Utah and Arizona. Tango’s Take