Amy Poehler, Will Arnett expecting 1st child
New York - Amy Poehler is a real-life "Baby Mama."
Poehler, who co-stars with Tina Fey in the hit pregnancy comedy, is expecting her first child with husband Will Arnett, the couple's publicist, Lewis Kay, said Monday.
Kay declined to give further details.
The couple were married in 2003. The baby is due sometime this fall.
Poehler, 36, is a cast member on NBC's "Saturday Night Live." She co-starred with Arnett in the 2007 comedy "Blades of Glory."
Arnett, 38, starred in TV's "Arrested Development." He has a recurring role as a rival of Alec Baldwin's character on NBC's "30 Rock."
Arnett has several feature films in the works, including "When in Rome" opposite Kristen Bell.
Songwriter charged in death of actress's dad
Nashville, Tenn. - The father of TV comic Cheri Oteri was stabbed to death and a country songwriter has been arrested, police said Monday.
Richard William Fagan, 61, had been charged with criminal homicide in the Saturday night death of 69-year-old Gaetano Thomas Oteri, police said.
Authorities said the victim's daughter, who was on the cast of "Saturday Night Live," had been told of her father's death.
Police say Fagan and the victim were roommates.
Police said Fagan had been arrested Saturday night on a charge of driving under the influence, and shortly after he posted bail on Sunday a friend of the roommates told police their door was locked, the house appeared to be in disarray and Oteri wasn't answering the door.
Emergency medical technicians found Oteri dead in the house.
It appears that Oteri he died from a "significant laceration" to his wrist caused by Fagan's knife, police spokesman Don Aaron said.
Police said detectives found Fagan while he was still with his bail bondsman.
Miley Cyrus says she's embarrassed by photo
Los Angeles - Miley Cyrus is taking issue with a photo of herself that's going around, and it's not another amateur, truth-or-dare Internet snapshot - it's the handiwork of Annie Leibovitz.
"I took part in a photo shoot that was supposed to be 'artistic' and now, seeing the photographs and reading the story, I feel so embarrassed," Cyrus said Sunday in a statement through her publicist. "I never intended for any of this to happen and I apologize to my fans who I care so deeply about."
The photos, appearing in the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair, were taken by Leibovitz, a renowned celebrity photographer whose edgy, silver-toned portraits have included subjects such as Angelina Jolie, Scarlett Johansson and a naked, pregnant Demi Moore.
"I'm sorry that my portrait of Miley has been misinterpreted," Leibovitz said in a statement released by Vanity Fair. "Miley and I looked at fashion photographs together and we discussed the picture in that context before we shot it. The photograph is a simple, classic portrait, shot with very little makeup, and I think it is very beautiful."
Cyrus is one of the biggest - and most G-rated - acts in the country and is often considered a role model for young girls.
Spears reprising 'Mother' role
Los Angeles - Britney Spears, who proved she's worth a cool million viewers to "How I Met Your Mother," is paying another visit to the CBS sitcom.
Spears will reprise her role as bubbly secretary Abby in the May 12 episode, CBS said Monday.
"We're all so thrilled to have Britney joining us once again," series executive producer and co-creator Craig Thomas said in a statement.
"And just to head it off at the pass this time around: Yes, Mom, Britney's very nice, and no, I can't get her autograph for you," Thomas added, jokingly.
Spears' appearance in the March 24 episode won her good reviews and boosted the show's viewership to 10.6 million viewers, in comparison to the 9.6 million who had tuned in the previous week.
When last seen, Abby was flirting with womanizer Barney (cast member Neil Patrick Harris). The new episode, which began production Monday, has Abby and Barney sharing their mutual dislike of Ted (cast member Josh Radnor) and acting on it.
Report: Baseball, music stars had relationship
New York - Roger Clemens had a decade-long relationship with country star Mindy McCready that began when she was a 15-year-old aspiring singer and the pitcher was a Boston Red Sox ace, the Daily News reported.
Clemens' lawyer, Rusty Hardin, confirmed a long-term relationship but told the newspaper it was not sexual.
"Mindy McCready is a longtime family friend of Roger Clemens and the Clemens family," Hardin said in a statement Monday. "At no time did Roger engage in any kind of inappropriate or improper relationship with her. It is unfortunate that the Daily News has chosen to report anonymous allegations that are completely unfounded, have no basis in fact, and have nothing to do with Roger's baseball career or the issue of steroid use in baseball."