May 20, 2013 12:00 PM


Hart of Dixie star Jaime King, 34, and husband Kyle Newman, 37, are expecting their first child. The actress announced her pregnancy exclusively to PEOPLE on May 3. Former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star Alfonso Ribeiro, 41, and wife Angela, 32, are also expecting. Ribeiro announced the news on May 1 on WhoSay. “Coming this fall: A baby Alfonso or a baby Angela!” he wrote.


Actress Lindsay Lohan, 26, checked into the Betty Ford Center on May 2 after brokering a deal with prosecutors to spend 90 days there undergoing psychotherapy. She must also do community service as part of a plea deal for lying to police about a car accident last June. Under the deal, she will avoid a six-month jail sentence. This is Lohan’s sixth stay in a rehab center, including a previous stint at Betty Ford in 2010. “She’s looking forward to rehab,” said a source.


Canadian pop star Justin Bieber, 19, was attacked as he performed in Dubai on May 5 when an overexcited male fan rushed the stage and grabbed the singer from behind as he sang his hit “Believe.” The fan was immediately detained by security and Bieber was able to continue the show. “As far as we know, no further action has been taken against the youth,” said Thomas Ovesen, an executive with Done Events, the music promoter behind the concert.


Jeff Hanneman, a founding member and guitarist for thrash-metal band Slayer, died of liver failure on May 2 near his home in Southern California. He was 49. Hanneman formed the band in 1981 with fellow guitarist Kerry King. He took a hiatus from the group in 2011 after contracting the flesh-eating disease necrotizing fasciitis. He is survived by his wife, Kathy.


Drop Dead Diva’s Kate Levering, 34, said “I do” to Reza Jahangiri, 34, on April 20 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The bride wore a Nicole Miller gown and the groom performed a song of his own in front of friends and family. The couple are expecting their first child in August.


Dr. Jennifer Arnold, 39, and Bill Klein, 38, of TLC’s The Little Couple have adopted two children with forms of dwarfism. They adopted 3-year-old William from China in March and are waiting on a final date to bring home a 19-month-old baby girl from India whom they have named Zoey. “We’re delighted that William will have a little sister,” said the couple, who have skeletal dysplasia, a bone-growth disorder that causes dwarfism.

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