Brooke Shields‘ attorney said June 6 that the actress and former model, 44, has reached an agreement with the National Enquirer after accusing the tabloid of checking her 75-year-old mother, Teri Shields, who suffers from dementia, out of an Old Tappan, N.J., nursing home last month. The paper, he announced, agreed to issue a public apology and make a donation to support research on Teri’s condition.
Lost star Emilie de Ravin and her husband, actor Josh Janowicz, both 27, are parting after three years of marriage. The actress’s rep says they “remain friends.”
Meet & Tweet: Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, 37, announced on his Twitter page the June 4 arrival of his son with girlfriend Anna Hansen, 28, who works for a nonprofit organization. “Wassup, world?” the cyclist wrote on behalf of the newborn. “My name is Max Armstrong and I just arrived. My Mommy is healthy and so am I!” This is the first child for the couple and the fourth for Armstrong, who has son Luke, 9, and twin daughters Isabelle and Grace, 7, with ex-wife Kristin. • It’s a boy for former Charmed actress Holly Marie Combs, 35, and her husband of five years, key grip David Donoho, 43, who welcomed son Kelley James May 26. The newborn joins big brothers Finley Arthur, 5, and Riley Edward, 2.
Twin boys are on the way for The Hangover and former Arrested Development star Jeffrey Tambor, 64, and his wife of seven years, actress Kasia, who is due in October. The couple have son Gabriel, 4, and daughter Eve, 2.
Olympic ice-skater Michelle Kwan, 28, performed another feat June 6: She graduated from the University of Denver with a bachelor’s degree in international studies. “I’ve always known you can only skate for so many years,” she says. “And then you have to rely on your education to carry you through life.”
Rock of Love star Bret Michaels (inset), 46, suffered a fractured nose and a busted lip when he was hit by a piece of scenery after performing with his band Poison at the Tony Awards in New York City June 7. “All I remember is Shrek and the donkey helping me up, and Liza [Minnelli] giving me a towel,” said the singer-guitarist. His rep said he was having a CAT scan the next day as a precaution due to a past neck injury.
BACK IN TUNE
Britain’s Got Talent singing sensation Susan Boyle, 48, was released from a London hospital June 4, after a four-day stay for exhaustion. First order of business? Shopping! “She was having a really good day,” says Frederic Benisty, comanager of the clothing store Lulu & Fred in Hertfordshire, England, where on June 5 she purchased “elegant wear,” including sweaters, dresses and shoes. “She was anxious at first but then got into the swing of things and was joking around.” Feeling ill and agitated, the church volunteer was taken to the facility a day after finishing second place in the May 30 competition.