It’s a boy for actor-director Kevin Costner, 52, and his wife of more than two years, Christine, 33, who welcomed son Cayden Wyatt in L.A. on May 6. Christine, a handbag designer, is a first-time mom; Costner has four children from previous relationships…. Singer Julio Iglesias, 63, and his longtime girlfriend, former model Miranda Rijnsburger, 41, became parents once again on May 5 with the arrival of their fifth child, son Guillermo, in Miami Beach. All of the crooner’s seven other children, including three from his former wife, were present for the birth. “They are all so happy,” a source tells PEOPLE of the blended family. “Julio is ecstatic.”
Brandon Flowers, lead singer of the Killers, and his wife, Tana, a former retail manager, both 25, are expecting their first child, a son, this July.
Sporting a Giambattista Valli dress, Neve Campbell, 33, took her second trip down the aisle on May 5 when she wed actor John Light (Band of Brothers), 32, in an intimate Malibu, Calif., ceremony. The couple became engaged a year and a half ago after Light got down on one knee and recited Shakespeare to his future bride. Campbell’s two-year marriage to actor Jeff Colt ended in 1997.
Just four months after saying “I do,” actors Jennifer Esposito, 35, and Bradley Cooper, 32, have split. Esposito filed for divorce May 1 in L.A. citing irreconcilable differences. She seeks spousal support, requests that the court deny any for Cooper and asks that he pay her legal fees. A rep for Cooper said in a statement, “The divorce was mutual, and they’ve been separated for quite a while.”
That 1969 Dodge Charger is worth what? A version of the General Lee (inset), famously driven by good old boys Bo and Luke on TV’s The Dukes of Hazzard (1979-1985), went for $9,900,500 in an online auction ending May 4. If the buyer comes through with all that cash, the car—owned by series star John Schneider (Bo)—will become the most expensive item ever sold on eBay.
Kyle Bradley, 5, of Redford, Mich., died April 20 after suffering an epileptic seizure. One of the 10 adopted children of Judi Bradley and Bob Parsons (PEOPLE, Feb. 5, 2007), he had fallen into a coma. “We had so many people at his funeral,” Kyle’s mother said after the April 24 service. “When I saw how many people this little 5-year-old touched, it awed me.” … Walter M. Schirra Jr., 84, one of the original Mercury Seven astronauts, died of a heart attack May 3 in La Jolla, Calif. A Navy combat pilot in the Korean War, he later became the only astronaut to fly in all three of NASA’s original manned space-flight programs: Mercury (1962), Gemini (1965) and Apollo (1968). Although he never walked on the moon, during the Apollo mission Schirra helped set the stage for the historic 1969 mission.
Rehab veteran David Hasselhoff, 54, has admitted to falling off the wagon following the release of a video showing the apparently inebriated star lying on the floor struggling to eat a burger. “There was a tape made that night to show me what I was like [when drunk],” Hasselhoff, who recently wrapped his Las Vegas run in The Producers, said in a statement. “I have learned from it.” But his legal woes may be just beginning: On May 7 an L.A. judge temporarily suspended visitation with his two daughters, Hayley, 14, and Taylor-Ann, 17, pending further review of the footage, on which his oldest is heard begging her dad to clean up his act.