September 19, 2006
--Willie Nelson and several members of his band were issued misdemeanor citations for drug possession early today during a traffic stop in Saint Martin Parish. Trooper Willie Williams says troopers smelled a strong odor of marijuana when the driver opened the bus door. During a search of the bus, Williams say approximately 1 1/2 pounds of marijuana and approximately 2/10 of a pound of mushrooms were located on the bus.
--Former Mr. Universe turned actor Mickey Hargitay, the onetime husband of Hollywood bombshell Jayne Mansfield and father of Emmy-winning actress Mariska Hargitay, has died at the age of 80.
--MTV VJ La La Vasquez and her fiance, NBA star Carmelo Anthony, are expecting a baby in March.
--Jerry Seinfeld played the loving husband Sunday night when he hosted a 35th-birthday party for his wife, Jessica, at Il Cantinori. Seinfeld took over the entire East 10th Street eatery for about 50 guests - including Anderson Cooper, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, Oscar winner Rachel Weisz and director Darren Aronofsky, architect Charles Gwathmey and wife Betty Ann, Tribeca Film Festival organizers Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff, New York magazine owner Bruce Wasserstein, HBO biggie Richard Plepler, and Gina Gershon, who seemed to be with Ronald Perelman. George Stephanopoulos and his wife, Alexandra Wentworth, ignored the "no gifts" advisory on the invite and gave Jessica a big fake diamond ring. Seinfeld gave a heartfelt toast to his wife, the mother of three, about how she brings joy into everyone's life.
--Mel Gibson's only daughter, Hannah, married blues-rock guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd this weekend. Gibson, 26, and Shepherd, 29, of Benton, La., exchanged vows in California on Saturday.
--Singer Aaron Carter is engaged to Playboy Playmate Kari Ann Peniche. Carter, 18, popped the question to Peniche (who previously dated Aaron's brother Nick) on Saturday in Las Vegas while they were onstage in front of 200 people during the Playboy Comedy Tour at the Palms Casino Resort.
--Stephen Baldwin is launching his own ministry.
--The four original members of R.E.M. gave a rare performance Saturday night as the group was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. The group, which formed in Athens, Ga., in 1980, has won three Grammys and sold more than 70 million records. It has performed as a quartet only a handful of times since 1997, when drummer Bill Berry left the group after suffering a brain aneurysm onstage in 1995.
--A party for the cast of the new Adam Sandler film "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" turned into an early Hanukkah blowout at Stereo on Friday night when co-owner Michael Satsky stopped the music to play Sandler's "The Hanukkah Song." Clubbers jumped out of their seats and chanted the lyrics. Once his friends, including Jessica Biel and Ryan Cab rerra, got into the spirit of the music, Sandler and co-star Kevin James started jumping on the couches.
--I love them:
William H. Macy embraces his competitive edge wife Felicity Huffman at the 20th annual Nautica Malibu Triathlon on Sunday, where the Housewife got off to the races alongside David Duchovny, Jon Cryer and fellow Wisteria Lane resident James Denton.
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