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PEEP SHOW: The horror flick Jeepers Creepers flickered in for a record win at the usually slow Labor Day holiday box office. Its four-day estimated gross was $15.8 million.

THEY DO: A little more than a year after her split with Ellen DeGeneres, Anne Heche has married cameraman Coley Laffoon.

REACH OUT AND SUE SOMEBODY: MTV pinup Carson Daly filing a breach-of-contract suit against Motorola, claiming the cell phone company backed out of a $1 million deal to have Daly hawk its products.

REST IN PEACE: Troy Donahue, the teen heartthrob of the '50s and '60s, died Sunday in a Santa Monica hospital, three days after suffering a heart attack. He was 65.

FROM THE HOME OFFICE IN INDIANA: David Letterman says he's launching a campaign to have the stadium at his alma mater, Indiana's Ball State University, named after him. University officials say they'll consider it, only if he ponies up $6 million.

TROUBLE ON SPICE WORLD: Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham admitting for the first time that she suffers from an eating disorder. Beckham writes in her upcoming autobiography that former Spice Geri Halliwell is responsible for her obsession with weight loss.

CURED: The five supporting players on Becker reaching a settlement with Paramount in their breach-of-contract lawsuit. The actors, who skipped two days of shooting last week, claimed they were promised raises. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

READY FOR THE LINKS? Doctors saying Bob Hope is responding well to treatment for pneumonia but needs a few more days in the hospital before he can go home, possibly midweek. The 98-year-old comedian will need weeks to fully recover.

STORK REPORT: Action movie star Chuck Norris, 61, got a double dose of fatherhood Thursday when his wife, Gena, delivered twins. The boy, Dakota, and girl, Danilee, are the first for the couple, who married in 1998. Both have children from previous marriages.

ADIOS: Gloria and Emilio Estefan deciding to skip the Latin Grammys this month. The two tell the Miami Herald they were disappointed by the award show's relocation from Miami to Los Angeles.

IN THE DOGG HOUSE: Snoop Dogg and Ja Rule charged with using offensive language during a performance in Jamaica Friday. The rappers are due in court September 27.