Angry and bitter no more, singer Alanis Morissette, 30, will wed Ryan Reynolds (''National Lampoon's Van Wilder''), 27. It will be the first marriage for both.
Courteney Cox Arquette, 40, and her husband of five years, David Arquette, 32, welcomed their first lil' Friend, daughter Coco, June 13 in Los Angeles.
Conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh, 53, and Marta, 45, his wife of 10 years, have called it quits. It was his third marriage.... On June 8, TLC's T-Boz (nee Tionne Watkins), 33, filed for divorce from rapper Mack 10 (ne Dedrick Rolison), 32, saying he committed adultery and threatened to kill her. The Grammy winner seeks full custody of their 3-year-old daughter. Rolison has denied all charges and has won a court order giving him access to his child.
Sean ''P. Diddy'' Combs, 34, missed matinee and evening performances of ''A Raisin in the Sun'' on June 12, 13, and 15 because of an undisclosed stomach ailment.
On June 14, The WB's Jordan Levin, 36, resigned as CEO of the network. Shortly after the announcement was made, chairman Garth Ancier named David Janollari as president of entertainment.
After a bitter legal battle, Warner Music Group announced June 14 an agreement to buy Madonna, 45, out of their Maverick Records joint venture. No details were revealed.
In the recuperating zone? Britney Spears, 22, has canceled her summer Onyx Hotel Tour after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery on June 10. The singer injured herself taking a tumble while shooting a music video for ''Outrageous'' with rapper Snoop Dogg, 32. She's immobile for the next six weeks.... Newly svelte model Anna Nicole Smith, 36, is in stable condition after falling off a boat and fracturing two ribs while filming in the Caribbean last month.
Citing ''mental and physical exhaustion,'' the Vines backed out of their support spot on Incubus' North American summer tour, slated to kick off on June 24 in Atlantic City.
Actress Brigitte Bardot, 69, was convicted June 10 in France of inciting racial hatred for portraying Muslims in a negative light in her outspoken book ''A Scream in the Silence'' and ordered to pay a $6,000 fine. She has previously denied the accusation.... Troubled singer Courtney Love, 39, turned herself in on felony assault charges for allegedly battering L.A. musician Kristin King with a bottle and a metal flashlight at Love's ex-boyfriend Jim Barber's house on April 25. Love, who is out on $55,000 bail, has postponed her summer tour to address her ''frivolous, malicious complaints and legal matters.'' She is scheduled to resume her tour in Japan in August.... Amusing Diversions, Inc. sued rapper DMX (ne Earl Simmons), 33, on June 9 in NYC for breach of contract. The corporation is asking for $90,000, claiming that DMX failed to actively promote Dogwear, Inc., a canine clothing line, as stated in their agreement, and that he promoted a competitor's products instead. Reps for DMX did not return calls for comment.... On June 9, rapper Eminem, 31, won a preliminary victory in his feud with The Source when a federal court held the magazine in contempt for publishing the complete lyrics of two of the rapper's early controversial recordings. The Source says it will ''be victorious in the end.''... Acting legend Elizabeth Taylor, 72, has reached an out-of-court settlement with Willem Van Muyden, her former gardener, who claimed he had been fired after refusing the sexual advances of her butler. The gardener had sued Taylor in 2002, claiming she owed him $294,000. The undisclosed terms were ''amicably reached'' in the first week of June, according to Van Muyden's lawyer.