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Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman - one of Hollywood's most enduring couples - are separating after 30 years together, their rep confirmed to People.

The "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" actor, 67, and the former "Cheers" actress, 64, tied the knot in 1982.

Together, the couple founded Jersey Films, a production company that produced films including "Pulp Fiction" and "Garden State."

DeVito and Perlman have three children: Daniel, 25, Grace, 27, and Lucy, 29.


Maybe Mother Monster had too much spaghetti and milk?

Lady Gaga took a page from the Justin Bieber nausea playbook and vomited several times onstage this past weekend in Spain, E! News reports.

In a video making the rounds, the 26-year-old can be seen slinking down a staircase with her back to the audience during a performance of "Edge of Glory" in Barcelona. Then, as she makes her way across a stage plank toward a dancer, she abruptly throws up at least four times.

At one point, her backup dancer gently pats her on the back as she tries to hurl inconspicuously.

But you gotta give it to Mother Monster: Ever the pro, she barely missed a beat and continued with the performance.

At least she's getting some good laughs out of it: The "Poker Face" diva poked fun at herself on Twitter Monday morning, posting a link to the video and writing, "Was praying nobody saw but actually its quite a good laugh if u need one! Check out Lady PukeGA doing Swan 'Vomit' Lake."

She also gave props to herself for carrying on: "I still hit my routine mom!! :)," she tweeted. "Thank goodness for the Dorchester ... i need some tea, i think i just cried a little watching that."


"Good Morning America" weather anchor Sam Champion basked in the news about his engagement on Monday's program and thanked viewers and ABC News colleagues for their congratulations, People reports.

"The amazing response from folks all over the country was just incredible for us," said Champion, whose engagement to his boyfriend, fine arts photographer Rubem Robierb, was announced Friday.

"I thank you," Champion, 51, said on the air. (To The New York Times he said, "We're getting married New Year's Eve in Miami," after they legally wed in New York State.)

Describing the overwhelming reaction he's received both in person and through social media, Champion said, "I felt like we lived in a small town. ... I was born in Paducah, Ky., and to me that's exactly what it felt like. We walked out on the street and everyone was like, 'Hey, congratulations.' "

He added, "Thank you for the Tweets and the Facebook and just coming up on the street and saying the most wonderful things."

Ben Affleck, on Monday's "GMA" to promote his new movie, "Argo," also got into the spirit.

"I want to congratulate Sam," said the actor-filmmaker, 40. "It's to our shame that you can't get married in every state in the union, but one day I hope you will be able to. It's very exciting. I was very inspired ... a moving love story."

There was more. The show's news anchor, Josh Elliott, said teasingly, "He's a groomzilla already" and suggested he and show anchor George Stephanopoulos serve as best men.

Also chiming in: the recuperating Robin Roberts, who tweeted her congratulations while she is recovering from a successful bone-marrow transplant. "You know how thrilled I am for you, @SamChampion and Rubem!" she said. "Hope to be well enough to attend the wedding. Much love to you both."


Jack Osbourne and actress Lisa Stelly are husband and wife!

The proud parents of 5-month-old Pearl tied the knot Sunday in Hawaii in front of family and friends, who had been sworn to secrecy to keep the couple's big day private, E! News has confirmed.

And to think, Jack tried to throw everyone off the scent, tweeting on Friday, "I love how going to Hawaii with my mum for her 60th has turned into my wedding. Hahaha people are funny."

Looks like Sharon Osbourne got a daughter-in-law as a gift. (And a very happy birthday to "The Talk" host today!)

Per Hello! magazine, the couple said their I dos in front of about four dozen guests during an intimate ceremony on the Kona-Kohala coast.

The two got engaged last September and welcomed daughter Pearl Clementine on April 24.

Nearest and dearest including Jack's mum, pop Ozzy and sister Kelly, who served as a bridesmaid, all made the jaunt to the Big Island - just a hop, skip and a small plane ride from Maui, where Sharon and Ozzy swapped vows 30 years ago.


A Boston man has won an online competition to become the first male model in "The Price Is Right" history, the Associated Press reports.

The long-running CBS game show said Friday that viewers had chosen Rob Wilson from among a trio of finalists who also included Clint Brink and Nick Denbeigh.

Wilson begins his weeklong stint alongside the women Monday.

The contest was announced in August. Hundreds of he-man hopefuls showed up at the open call in Los Angeles, where they had a chance to strut their stuff for the show's producers and the female models the show is well known for.

"The Price Is Right" is hosted by Drew Carey. It airs weekdays at 11 a.m.


Lil Wayne thinks the late Aaliyah's music is better than a lot of music out today - and he's confident that Drake's plan to produce unreleased Aaliyah songs will be an "awesome collaboration," the AP reports.

Drake - a huge Aaliyah fan - has announced that he is working on a posthumous album of Aaliyah music, and he's already released the song "Enough Said," featuring himself and the singer-dancer, who was killed in a plane crash in 2001.

Some who were close to Aaliyah have not expressed support for the album. Missy Elliott and Timbaland, who produced most of Aaliyah's music, are not involved, and DMX, who co-starred with Aaliyah in the movie "Romeo Must Die" and recorded a song with her, has been critical of the project.

Lil Wayne said he hasn't heard any negative feedback, and added when he first heard that his Young Money protege was a part of the project, his first thought was: "Good move."

"Everybody knows what Aaliyah did and done for music and culture, period, and it's always good to do that, for not only for people like that, just for her fans - you know what I mean?" he said in a recent interview. "Drake's a very thoughtful person. Everyone knows that. It's an awesome collaboration."

So far, "Enough Said" has peaked at No. 55 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart. Aaliyah is known for hits such as "Try Again," "If Your Girl Only Knew" and "Rock the Boat," and Lil Wayne said her music has stood the test of time.

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