OBITUARY: Rob Pilatus, one half of the disgraced lip-synching duo Milli Vanilli, has been found dead in a Frankfurt hotel room of heart failure, according to wire reports. Pilatus was 32.
PRINCESS OF POP: It's a girl!. Paris Michael Katherine Jackson was born in Beverly Hills Friday, the second child of Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe, Associated Press reports. She tipped the scales at 7 pounds, nine ounces.
HUNKY DORY: Avoiding a bitter work stoppage, Hollywood's actors and producers agreed on a tentative contract, it was announced Sunday.
EYES ON THE PRIZE: Hanson and Sean "Puffy" Combs won two prizes each at Nickelodeon's 11th annual Kids' Choice Awards Saturday. Titanic was named favorite movie.
LOLLAPA-LOSER: It's official, there will be no Lollapalooza tour this summer. Festival organizers have been unable to recruit a headliner.
CARTMAN CLIFFHANGER: Comedy Central says it received some 1,800 complaints after failing to reveal the identity of Cartman's dad on the April Fools Day episode of South Park.
MORE SOUTH PARK: Comedy Central claims it was just parodying TV cliffhangers and will really answer the paternity question next month. Honest.
BRITISH INVASION: Ready or not, here come the Teletubbies!. The four brightly colored TV creatures, debuting on PBS Monday, have been called idiotic by parents' groups in the U.K.
CANNES DO: French actress Isabelle Huppert will preside over the opening ceremonies at the Cannes Film Festival next month, officials said Friday.
CANNES ADD: Among the Hollywood films screening at the uberfest: Primary Colors, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Godzilla.
PEPPER-LESS: Guitarist Dave Navarro has quit the Red Hot Chili Peppers to focus on his new band project Spread, according to SonicNet.
CANCELED: CBS has pulled Cybill from its lineup effective immediately. The Cybill Shepherd sitcom probably won't be back.
FORGET J.J.: That other celebrity cetacean, Keiko (Free Willy), might not be released anytime soon. The alleged killer whale can't seem to catch fish.