According to People.com:
The wedding of Usher and Tameka Foster, originally planned for Saturday afternoon at record executive LA Reid’s home in New York’s Hamptons, has been canceled, a representative for Usher confirms to PEOPLE .
A source also says that the 70 to 100 guests who were expected at the wedding are being advised that the event will not take place as originally planned. Flower decorations have also been seen being removed from the Reid home.
In a statement, publicist Patti Webster said, “It was announced today that the wedding ceremony for Usher Raymond IV and Tameka Foster was canceled. No additional information will be given regarding the circumstances of the cancellation, but we hope the privacy of this matter will be respected.”
Webster would not comment on whether Usher and Foster are still engaged or even remain a couple.
There are some happy people in the blog world now. He may marry her later, but for now there is hope. Keep hope alive, bloggers.
Courtesy of Babes, Bling, & Booze: Scans of the National Enquirer article on Tameka Foster. Click on pic to the left to read the full article.
Etta James was in stable condition Thursday after being hospitalized for complications from abdominal surgery she had last month, her manager said.
The 69-year-old blues singer was being treated at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
“Her condition is stabilized” but she had to cancel upcoming tour dates with B.B. King and Al Green, her manager, Lupe De Leon, said in an e-mail.
De Leon did not indicate when James was admitted but said the hospitalization was caused by “post-op complications” from her mid-June surgery. The complications and the nature of the surgery were not specified. [Source]
Nicole Richie pleaded guilty to DUI and was sentenced to four days in jail on Friday in a Glendale, Calif., courthouse – just one month after her pal Paris Hilton walked free from behind bars.
She also agreed to serve a three-year probation term, and must enroll in an alcohol education program. She was also fined $2,048.
During the hearing, Los Angeles County Commissioner Steven Lubell admonished Richie, saying: “Someone could’ve gotten killed. You need to understand that driving under the influence is extremely dangerous.”
Richie was given the option of serving her time in a paid city jail, which is seen as a cushier facility than a county jail. She was given no surrender date, but must complete her jail time before Sept. 28. [Source]