An emotional Christie Brinkley teared-up as she told "Today's" Matt Lauer that she "just wants peace" in the bitter divorce battle with ex-husband Peter Cook.
The Broadway star was quizzed by Lauer about the ongoing animosity with her ex, and pointed out the couple split over four years ago. Lauer said, "Some might turn the other cheek," to which Christie replied, "I have turned the other cheek."
In a rare interview at Lady Gaga's home in NYC, the singer spoke candidly with Oprah Winfrey, and said she hopes to tie the knot in the future and wants a "soccer team" full of kids.
Gaga, who toned down her usual outrageous look for her interview with the Queen of Talk, said she looks forward to having children, revealing, "I do. I mean, I'm being superfluous [about the soccer team], but I don't want to have one [child], I want a few. I want to experience that."
Newly engaged Jessica Biel opens up in a W magazine shoot and talks about her favorite movies and what she used to do to her Barbies.
The April issue of W hits newsstands on March 20.
Other than a tweet sent in January to thank her fans for their support, Heidi Klum hasn't said a word on her breakup with husband Seal.
The "Project Runway" is now opening up about her separation in the April issue of Elle magazine. Heidi told the publication, "I feel like I'm in the eye of the tornado. It's emotions inside of your body that are a tornado. And then the outside world doing all this craziness -- with you wanting it or not wanting it -- is another tornado."
Executive Producer George Perkins took the stand in the Nicollette Sheridan wrongful termination and battery case, and when asked if any character as big as Sheridan's had been killed off, he revealed James Denton's character will die in this Sunday's episode.
Perkins shifted uncomfortably in his seat before making the revelation, which drew gasps from a packed courtroom on Thursday. Two female jurors clasped their mouths.
It was a tough day in court for "Desperate Housewives" co-star Nicollette Sheridan, who claimed show creator Marc Cherry walloped her "hard" when she questioned him about a script change in 2008.
Cherry told jurors he merely "tapped" the actress' head as part of a directorial exercise and said his "fingers" came into contact with Sheridan's head. He said the move was part of a demonstration of a "pinch" he wanted her character, Edie Britt, to give her onscreen husband.
Supermodel Christie Brinkley's ex-husband, Peter Cook, appeared in an "ABC News" interview that aired Wednesday, in which he claimed Brinkley's recent comments to the press about their failed marriage were hurting their kids and harming his reputation.
Cook, an architect, cheated on Christie with an 18-year-old before they split in 2008. Last week, both sides began releasing ugly statements about the other, and Brinkley claimed her ex was sending offensive emails and not paying child support.
"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli sat down with actress Julia Roberts, who said she didn't want her kids -- twins Hazel and Finn, 7, and Henry, 4 -- to see her as the Evil Queen in "Mirror Mirror."
"It was the first time that they would see me at work, and if we would start rehearsing or anything, I had to send them away because I'm only saying the most vile things, you know," laughed Roberts. "[Her kids said] 'We just got here, why do we have to leave?' 'I don't know, just go. I'll see you in a minute.'"