Actress Angie Harmon (Law & Order), 30, and her husband, New York Giants cornerback Jason Sehorn, 32, are expecting their first child in October. The couple wed in June 2001….
The world’s fastest couple, Olympic sprinter Marion Jones, 27, and 100-meter world-record-holder Tim Montgomery, 28, are expecting their first child together in July. Montgomery has a daughter, Tyhamia, 19 months, from a previous relationship.
Celebrity cook Jamie Oliver, 27, star of TV’s The Naked Chef, and his wife, Jools, 26, a former model, had their second child, Daisy Boo, on April 10 in London. The couple’s daughter Poppy is 1….
Former model Kathy Ireland, 40, now a clothing and furniture designer, and her husband, physician Greg Olson, 44, welcomed their third child, daughter Chloe, on March 12 in Southern California. The tot joins Erik, 8, and Lily Marie, 5.
Two-time Grammy-winning singer Melissa Etheridge, 41, and actress Tammy Lynn Michaels (Popular), 28, are planning a wedding at the end of the year. The couple have been dating for two years. Etheridge has two children from her previous relationship with filmmaker Julie Cypher.
Diet guru Robert Atkins, 72, has been in a coma at a Manhattan hospital since April 8, when he slipped on an icy New York City sidewalk and hit his head. Atkins had surgery to remove a blood clot that formed on the surface of his brain after he fell. According to Atkins’ rep, the doctor’s “chances of a meaningful recovery are slim.” Atkins is the author of the bestselling 1992 book Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution, which emphasizes protein in place of carbohydrates.
The Wilhelmina Artist Management Agency filed a complaint against singer Beyoncé Knowles April 11 in Manhattan, alleging that the Destiny’s Child star owes it more than $88,000 as a 10 percent commission from her April 2001 contract to be a spokeswoman for L’Oréal makeup. The agency says that it signed a contract with Knowles, 21, to be her exclusive agent for celebrity sponsorships. A rep for Knowles did not return calls.
Actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, 55, Bruce Willis, 48, and Denzel Washington, 48, sued Fry’s Electronics on April 7 in L.A. for allegedly using their images in ads in the Los Angeles Times and other newspapers without their permission. According to the suit, the ads diminish their “hard-earned” reputations and risk “the potential for overexposure.” Each actor is seeking $10 million. A rep for the San Jose, Calif.-based electronics chain could not be reached for comment.
Singer Eva Boyd, 59, better known as Little Eva, whose first recording as a teenager in 1962 became the number one hit “The Loco-Motion,” died of cervical cancer April 9 in Kingston, N.C. Boyd was discovered while working as a babysitter for singer Carole King.