By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated November 19, 2002 01:55 PM

WED: Former child star Corey Feldman, 31, married Susie Sprague on Oct. 30, nine months after he met her at a nightclub, the AP reports. The ceremony, marking his second trip down the aisle and her first, took place on the Hollywood set of the groom’s new TV series, “The Surreal Life,” with a rabbi and rapper MC Hammer, an ordained minister, officiating, said publicist Lori De Waal. Hammer also stars in “The Surreal Life.”

DISPLAYED: Michael Jackson briefly dangled a barefoot baby over the railing of his fourth-floor hotel window in Berlin on Tuesday, while fans watched from below, reports Reuters. The singer, 44, is in the German capital to receive a lifetime achievement award at a ceremony on Thursday night. As described by the news service, Jackson opened his room window at the Adlon Hotel and with one hand held a baby (with a white towel over its head) briefly over the metal railing. He also reportedly showed off another child who was about four or five years old. A spokeswoman told Reuters that Jackson was traveling with his children, of which he has three — two by ex-wife Debbie Rowe, 5-year-old son Prince Michael and 4-year-old daughter Paris. He also has a baby less than a year old.

DESIRED: Backstreet Boy member Nick Carter, 22 (and considered the cute one), released his first solo album, “Now or Never,” last month and now he wants to be a serious musician. “I’m learning to play the guitar. I’ve been playing for a year now, and now I’m getting to a point where I can play with my band,” he told the Associated Press. “I play drums, and I want to develop into a really respectable artist, as a writer, as a producer.” As for the reaction to his album by his fellow Boys: “They realize that this is making me a better person, a better individual.”

CAST: Sally Field, 56, is expected to play opposite Reese Witherspoon, 26, when the double Oscar winner (1979’s “Norma Rae,” 1984’s “Places in the Heart”) takes on the role of a congresswoman and a mentor to Reese’s Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde,” according to the Hollywood Reporter. Filming is due to begin this month. Fields, who is currently on Broadway in Edward Albee’s “The Goat or Who Is Sylvia?,” also has a recurring role on NBC’s “ER.” She is expected to film her “Blonde” role in December.