BACK IN THE HOSPITAL? The New York Daily News and other media outlets reporting that pop star Mariah Carey, who was admitted to a clinic last month after suffering a nervous breakdown, has suffered a relapse and was admitted to UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. "She has had an emotional setback," the newspaper quoted a source as saying. Carey's publicist had no comment.

ONE HECHE OF A STORY: Newlywed (and newly straight) actress Anne Heche telling Barbara Walters on last night's 20/20 that she is three months pregnant. Heche and cameraman Coley Laffoon tied the knot on Saturday.

MORE ANNE: Heche also claimed her father sexually abused her as a child, leading to years of mental illness. The actress said she also feared she'd die of AIDS, the disease that killed her father in 1983. Regarding her previous relationship with Ellen DeGeneres, Heche said it was "the best sex I ever had."

INJURED MODEL: Supermodel Kate Moss has been injured in a London car crash and rushed to a nearby hospital, police sources tell Reuters. Moss was a passenger in a Range Rover driven by a male companion when it reportedly collided with another vehicle. Police say the injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.

READY FOR THE LINKS: Bob Hope released from the hospital on Thursday, 11 days after the 98-year-old entertainer was admitted for a case of pneumonia, his publicist said.

OOPS...SORRY 'BOUT THAT: Britney Spears canceling her scheduled performance at Michael Jackson's 30th anniversary bash Friday, the New York Post reports. The singer reportedly dropped out because she has a deal with HBO agreeing not to have any performance broadcast within a month of her live Las Vegas concert special, airing November 18.

MUGGLE ALERT! British fans gobbling up more than 25,000 Harry Potter collectors' coins within five hours of their release, with one side of the coin featuring Harry casting a magic spell and another featuring an image of Queen Elizabeth, who gave clearance for the sale.

VIDEO ADVENTURE: The Walt Disney Co. and News Corp. launching Movies.com, a joing Internet and cable television-based service which will allow users to download movies and other entertainment on demand. The site will compete with a similar service announced several weeks ago by the other five major studios.

BABY CINDY? Supermodel Cindy Crawford giving birth to baby girl, Kaya Jordan Gerber Monday in Los Angeles. It's her second child with husband Rande Gerber.

STORK TIME: The wife of country singer Trace Adkins giving birth to baby girl, Brianna Rhea Adkins, on Tuesday. The couple already have another daughter.

KUDOS! Actors Jack Nicholson and Julie Andres, opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, composer Quincy Jones and pianist Van Cliburn selected as winners of this year's Kennedy Center Honors, the center announced Wednesday.

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS? The lawyer for comedian Paula Poundstone, who is facing child molestation charges, saying on Wednesday he sees no value in making details of the case public before a full trial.

ARTISTS RIGHTS: Don Henley, Courtney Love, and LeAnn Rimes testifying before a California state legislative committee about how long-term recording contracts unfairly tie down artists and takes advantage of them.

IT'S A DISASTER: Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone in talks to make a movie about a gas-leak disaster in India that killed over 22,000 people. Jeremy Irons and Penelope Cruz have also expressed interest in starring.

SPOKESFROG: Kermit the Frog being put to work boosting awareness of the so-called V-Chip after the Jim Henson Company donated his image to the Federal Communications Commission for promotional use.

SPEAKING: Family members of Aaliyah making their first public statements about the death of the singer Thursday at MTV's Video Music Awards. Brother Rashad Haughton will speak following a tribute to his 22-year-old sister, who died August 25 in a plane crash.

MORE AALIYAH: Meanwhile, the late singer's Aaliyah climbing to number one in the pop album charts, beating debuts from Mary J. Blige and Slipknot.

GETTING ANIMATED: Paul McCartney announcing at the Venice Film Festival that he intends to develop a full-length animated film, for which he would provide his voice and music he's written.

FIRST DOWN: Actor Burt Reynolds, once a running back at Florida State University, narrating the 10-part series Rites of Autumn next month on ESPN, about the history and tradition of college football.

NEWSWORTHY: CBS taking top honors in the annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, scoring eight trophies, just ahead of the seven awarded to PBS.

JUMPING NETWORKS: Paula Zahn heading to CNN to anchor a new morning broadcast show after being fired from Fox News Channel for breach of contract for negotiating with the Fox news rival.