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- April 14, 2008
- Vol. 69
- No. 14
Former Biggest Loser contestants Amy Hildreth, 28, and Marty Wolff, 27, who won each other's hearts during the show's third season in 2006, wed in Charleston, S.C., March 29. Wolff popped the question on a reunion episode of the weight-loss show last year.
Giada De Laurentiis, 37, host of the Food Network's Everyday Italian, welcomed her first child, daughter Jade Marie, with her husband, Anthropologie clothing designer Todd Thompson, 44, in L.A. March 29.
Dancing with the Stars' Tony Dovolani, 34, and his wife, Lina, 26, are having twins this summer. Dovolani says "everything is great" with the pregnancy. The couple also have a daughter, Luana, 2.
Woody Allen, 72, sued American Apparel in N.Y.C. March 31 over billboards that used his image allegedly without consent. The ads display a shot from his 1977 film Annie Hall of Allen, who is reportedly seeking $10 million in damages. American Apparel said the billboards were not intended to be commercial in nature.
The coroner at the inquest into the death of Princess Diana said March 31 there was no evidence that her death in a 1997 Paris car accident was a homicide. The Princess of Wales and boyfriend Dodi Fayed died when their car crashed while being pursued by paparazzi.
Adam Sandler (inset), 41, broke his ankle during a recent weekend basketball game. The good news? He won, said his rep.
Herb Peterson, 89, who invented McDonald's Egg McMuffin in 1972, died at his Santa Barbara, Calif., home March 25.
• Photojournalist Dith Pran, 65, whose work with New York Times correspondent Sydney Schanberg in Cambodia and enslavement by that country's Khmer Rouge were depicted in the 1984 film The Killing Fields, died of pancreatic cancer in New Brunswick, N.J., March 30. He also served as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
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