updated 07/07/2008 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 07/07/2008 AT 01:00 AM EDT

On June 20 British supermodel Naomi Campbell, 38, was sentenced to 200 hours of community service and fined $4,500 after pleading guilty to assaulting two policemen at London's Heathrow airport in April. The incident occurred when the officers removed her from a plane after she was told that one of her bags had been misplaced.

Welsh singer Charlotte Church, 22, and her boyfriend, rugby player Gavin Henson, 26, are awaiting their second child. The couple have a 9-month-old daughter, Ruby.

Trace Ayala, 27, best friend and business partner of singer Justin Timberlake, will wed former Reba actress JoAnna Garcia, 28.

A year after CBS fired syndicated radio host Don Imus, 67, for racial remarks about the Rutgers women's basketball team, and six months after he was hired by ABC Radio Networks, Imus asked "What color is he?" during a June 23 discussion about the arrests of suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam Jones. Told Jones is African-American, he replied: "There you go." Jones, 24, told the Dallas Morning News he is "truly upset by the comments." Imus called criticism "ridiculous," saying he was trying to show that police were targeting Jones. • Rapper Young Jeezy, 30, was arrested and charged with DUI and other traffic offenses after police pulled him over on an Atlanta highway June 18. Jeezy, who is featured on singer Usher's No. 1 hit "Love in this Club," was stopped in his Corvette around 2:30 a.m. and released from jail on $4,100 bond. An attorney for the hip-hop star said, "Jeezy looks forward to getting the matter resolved."

Dancer-actress Cyd Charisse, 86, noted for her elegant movements and long-legged beauty, died after an apparent heart attack in L.A. June 17. She starred with Gene Kelly in 1952's Singin' in the Rain and with Fred Astaire in 1953's The Band Wagon. • TV and film star Dody Goodman, 93, who played the highly emotional principal's assistant in the 1978 movie Grease and its 1982 sequel, died in Englewood, N.J., June 22. • Tori Spelling's 11-year-old pug Mimi LaRue (inset) died June 17 of natural causes. "I'm devastated," says the actress, 35, who had her second child, Stella, June 9. "I'm convinced she waited around to make sure I had the daughter I always dreamt about before she left us."

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