March 16, 2015 12:00 PM

For March 9, 2015

‘Beautiful pictures of Kelly and her adorable baby’

Jessica DeLeon via e-mail

Kelly Clarkson

Kelly is truly one of the best female vocalists of our time. She’s glowing with love for River Rose, and I wish her and her baby girl all the best!

Tracey via people.com

She’s still that down-to-earth woman! And baby River Rose … what an adorable little one! Keep singing, Kelly – and hope to see you perform here in El Paso.

Griselda Saenz via e-mail

The Oscars

On Hollywood’s most elegant night, Neil Patrick Harris’s underwear skit set a new low in poor taste in Oscar history. Bring back Ellen DeGeneres. She kept the Oscar show funny – and classy.

Bill Johnson

Texas City, Texas

Martina Navratilova

Congrats to a wonderful champion and her beautiful wife. I wish them many happy years!

Ally via people.com

Fergie

Tough pasts can empower others. Thanks for demonstrating a way to overcome challenges and root for others.

Micaela via people.com

Daisy Duarte

Daisy Duarte is not only a hero, but also an inspiration to those afraid to face the inevitable. By being proactive with her mother’s Alzheimer’s, she has encouraged others to take control of their situations.

Toni M. Elkins

Columbia, S.C.

I, too, am a full-time caretaker of my 63-year-old mother, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s. I choose to not get tested, and I respect the bravery of anyone who does. Hopefully a cure comes for her sake and probably for mine too.

Kelli Viramontes via e-mail

On Mars

I can’t imagine going and saying goodbye to my mom … forever! It gives me the chills!

Jeanne via people.com

Correction

In the March 9 Dancing with the Stars cast reveal (page 32), we incorrectly stated that March 16 is the season 10 premiere of the show. It is actually the season 20 premiere. PEOPLE regrets the error.

People UPDATE

Sniper Killer Found Guilty

Two years after Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield were fatally shot on a Texas gun range, their families got the verdict they had been hoping for. On Feb. 24 a jury found Eddie Ray Routh guilty, and he was sentenced to life in prison without parole. During the dramatic nine-day trial (which we wrote about in our March 2 issue), prosecutors argued that Routh, 27, who pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, knew right from wrong when he killed Littlefield and Kyle – the real-life hero who inspired the blockbuster movie American Sniper. The morning after the verdict, Chris’s widow, Taya Kyle – who gave a tearful testimony in court (left) – wrote on Facebook, “God Bless the Jury And Good People of Stephenville, Texas!!”

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