The story ends in a happy ending. Supermodel Kate Moss finally wins her libel case with London's Sunday Mirror newspaper over its report she collapsed into a cocaine-fuelled coma. The case is closed with Moss accepts a formal apology and substantial financial damages from the tabloid.
"X-Men" star Hugh Jackman and his wife Deborra-lee Furness adopt a baby girl named Ava Eliot, born July 10. This is the second for the Australian couple, who previously adopted a son, Oscar Maximillian, in May 2000. Jackman's representative John Palermo says, "They are very happy."
Not only Carrie Underwood is an American Idol, but also she's a vegetarian idol. The star has been named he "World's Sexiest Vegetarian" by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). In companion, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin also is chosen for the same honor.
It takes time before Madonna comes up with "Hung Up" as the first single from her new album, "Confessions on a Dancefloor." As it is said on her official Web site, "Hung Up" was produced by Stuart Price, who previously served as the musical director on Madonna's 2004 Re-Invention tour.
The year of 2005 is, indeed, a very good year for Russell Crowe as he's in discussion to star in Ridley Scott's next directorial effort, "A Good Year," for Fox 2000 which will start filming September in Paris.
The bar approvingly doesn't strong enough to prevent Lil' Kim to still be productive. The rapper, whose real name Kimberly Jones, will have her fourth solo album "Naked Truth" released September 13, just six days before she starts serving her prison sentence for perjury.