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It was a smorgasbord of baby news, engagements and rumor control, with a bit of dancing in the mix.
- LeAnn Rimes might not be admitting to being engaged herself, but she's not holding back when it comes to congratulating her ex-husband, Dean Sheremet, after he got betrothed to photographer Sarah Silver. Rimes wished them "a lifetime of happiness" via Twitter.
- Rachel Zoe and hubby Rodger Berman stopped by Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art gala, with the snazzy stylist sporting a bit of a baby bump. Meanwhile, a publicist shot down rumors that Kelly Preston went into labor Saturday and that John Travolta jetted back to the states (literally) from Austrailia in his private aircraft.
- Somebody who really was on the move this weekend was Lindsay Lohan, who mananged to score a get-out-of-rehab day pass and stopped by her West Hollywood condo Saturday. She spent some time with dad Michael before heading back.
- Speaking of treatment, with Demi Lovato seeking help to deal with her "personal issues," Disney is making contingency plans to shoot Sonny With a Chance without her when the show returns from its hiatus in January.
- Former President Bill Clinton is reportedly trading in his political digs for the Hollywood scene (for a moment at least), with a cameo in The Hangover 2.
- Wolf Blitzer hit the stage at the Soul Train Awards and learned (we think) how to do "The Dougie."
- Ne-Yo and girlfriend Monyetta Shaw welcomed a daughter Friday night in Atlanta.
- Zsa Zsa Gabor was taken home from the hospital Saturday. Doctors initially feared she had blood clots that could travel to her heart. But the 93-year-old socialite was treated for an infection and released.
- Ever the fashionista, Emma Watson is teaming up with Alberta Ferretti to design a new eco-friendly collection for the celeb-loved brand.
- Sugarland settled a lawsuit with former bandmate and founding member Kristen Hall, who sued the group in 2008 for $14 million.
- Finally, Hollywood got its first lump of coal this holiday season, with one all-star flick utterly bombing at the box office. Hint: It's not the hugely popular Megamind.