REVEALED: Under terms of their now-final divorce, Canadian comic Tom Green, 31, will get to keep the Los Angeles house he shared with “Charlie’s Angels” star Drew Barrymore, 27, according to court papers obtained by the TV show “Extra.” In return, Green will fork over $307,603 to Barrymore. The couple filed for divorce in December. Earlier this month at a press conference in Toronto, Green said: “I feel really good about everything. Three years ago I was living in basically my parents’ basement. Now I own two homes and have a couple of dogs and have a great life and everything’s amazing.”
CONCLUDED: Hildur Runa Hauksdottir, 56, the mother of pop star Bjork, has ended a hunger strike that she began to protest a plan to develop the Icelandic highlands. AP reports that she began eating again Sunday evening after beginning her fast on Oct. 7 to try to persuade Pittsburgh-based Alcoa Inc. to pull out of a plan to build an aluminum smelter and hydroelectric plant in the wilderness area. Environmentalists say the $3 billion project will ruin the area above Vatnajokull glacier. Alcoa insists that the project offers Iceland an opportunity to diversify its industries.
NERVE-RACKED: Northern Irish-born “Schindler’s List” and “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace” star Liam Neeson, 50, was honored at Buckingham Palace Tuesday with an OBE (Order of the British Empire) award from Queen Elizabeth for his career achievement, Reuters reports. After the ceremony, he told reporters: “I’ve not been so nervous since I met Muhammad Ali. I really was weak-kneed.” His wife, actress Natasha Richardson, was not with him in London — but PEOPLE.com spotted her having lunch Tuesday at Michael’s restaurant in Manhattan.
SUED: E! TV personality Anna Nicole Smith, 34, has been sued by a New York publicity company for millions of dollars in damages for allegedly not paying some $155,000 in bills and legal fees, Reuters reports. The suit, filed by David Granoff Public Relations Monday in Manhattan federal court, also seeks $25 million in damages from Smith and her lawyer, Howard K. Stern. Smith’s attorney, who said he has not been served the court papers, tells the news service that Granoff “hasn’t been her publicist for some time.”
HONORED: Comic and sitcom star Bob Newhart, 73, found himself “a long way from being an accountant” Tuesday night as he accepted the Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in Washington, D.C., the Associated Press reports. The entertainer (who really did start out as an accountant) was honored by such fellow comedians as Richard Belzer, Steven Wright and Tim Conway. Referring to Newhart’s trademark low-key style, “Frasier” costar David Hyde Pierce, 43, said, “No one has done less for comedy.”
SLIPPED: TV’s golden boy producer, David E. Kelley, 46, has apparently hit a speed bump with his disastrously low-rated “girls club” on FOX. The network canceled the series Tuesday after just two airings, The New York Times reports. The show will not be broadcast again, says the paper, and FOX will replace it with a repeat of “Boston Public” next Monday, to be followed by reality specials for the remainder of the month. “girls club,” about sexy young women lawyers in San Francisco, starred Kathleen Robertson, Chyler Leigh and Gretchen Mol.