Baby, one more time
New York - The baby bump is for real.
Britney Spears told David Letterman Tuesday that she is pregnant with baby No. 2.
"Don't worry Dave, it's not yours," the pop princess quipped.
The revelation ended weeks of speculation in entertainment magazines, which have been regularly publishing pictures of Spears' apparently expanding waistline.
Spears, 24, and her husband, backup-dancer-turned-rapper Kevin Federline, 28, were married in 2004.
They have an 8-month-old son, Sean Preston.
Federline also has two children, Kori and Kaleb, with his former girlfriend, Shar Jackson.
Child support upheld
Albany, N.Y. - The state's highest court has declined to hear Sean "Diddy" Combs' appeal of a lower court decision ordering him to pay more than $19,000 a month in child support payments.
The hip-hop mogul was ordered last year to pay ex-girlfriend Misa Hylton-Brim for the care of their 12-year-old son, Justin.
The order issued by the New York Supreme Court's Appellate Division in 2005 came after Combs appealed a Westchester Family Court ruling that he should pay $35,000 a month.
Hylton-Brim had sued for higher monthly payments and about $398,000 in back support.
The appellate court judge awarded a lower, undisclosed amount in back support and ordered Combs to pay Hylton-Brim's legal fees. The judge initially set monthly support payments at $21,782, but later reduced the amount.
Combs, 36, also pays child support to model Kim Porter for their son, Christian.
Whoopi in the morning
Los Angeles - Call it Radio Free Whoopi.
Whoopi Goldberg will be joining the growing ranks of radio voices this summer when she launches a live, syndicated program, "Wake Up With Whoopi."
"I'm going to talk to people. People are going to talk to me. I'm going to be singing and dancing in my chair. I'm going to wake people up," Goldberg said. "I want to have a good time in the morning and I want everyone who wakes up with me to have a good time."
The show will air weekday mornings from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m., said John Hogan, president and CEO of Clear Channel Radio. He didn't indicate which markets it would be in when it debuts July 31.
Besides taking calls and doing comedy bits, Goldberg said she'll be playing music, adding she hopes she'll be allowed to select some of her own. "I've got all kinds of great wonderful things on my iPod," she said. "Everything from Shaggy to Pavarotti to Tony Bennett to Warren Zevon."