BABIES Make that King Pop: Michael Jackson, 44, is now the father of three. Backstage following a July 30 show by Las Vegas stalwarts Siegfried and Roy, Jacko introduced an infant named Prince Michael II as his son, says the magicians’ spokesman. Reps for Jacko declined to discuss the child or his mother. The superstar has another boy, also named Prince Michael, 5, and a daughter, Paris, 4, with his ex-wife, former dermatology nurse Debbie Rowe, 43…. On Aug. 12, actress Holly Robinson Peete (The WB’s For Your Love), 37, and her husband, Carolina Panthers quarterback Rodney, 35, welcomed their third son, 7-pound 12-ounce Robinson James. Twins Ryan and Rodney are 4.

EXPECTING Stand-up guy Jerry Seinfeld, 48, and wife Jessica, 30, will greet their second child in the spring. Daughter Sascha is nearly 2.

WEDDINGS Something old, something new, something ”When the Stars Go Blue.” Drummer Caroline Corr, 29, of the Irish sibling act the Corrs, tied the knot with property developer Frank Woods on Aug. 22 in Deia, Majorca. This is her first marriage…. Call her John’s angel. John Forsythe, 84, Charlie’s Angels’ never-seen boss, wed Nicole Carter, 61, July 25 in Solvang, Calif. This is his third marriage, her second…. Ex-Baywatch beauty Yasmine Bleeth, 34, wed Michigan native Paul Cerrito, 31, on Aug. 25 in Santa Barbara. It’s her first marriage.

COURTS On Aug. 26 in Miami, actress Natasha Lyonne (American Pie 2), 23, entered a no-contest plea to drunk driving and was fined $730 and sentenced to six months’ probation, 50 hours of community service, and enrollment in a substance-abuse course. She was busted for DUI in August 2001. A spokesman for Lyonne didn’t return calls…. Celebrity publicist Lizzie Grubman, 31, who injured 16 people last summer when her SUV plowed into a crowd outside a Southampton, N.Y., nightclub, pleaded guilty Aug. 23 to a misdemeanor assault charge and a felony charge of leaving the scene of an accident. Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 23, but a spokesman for Grubman says the plea bargain’s terms call for the publicist to spend 60 days in jail. Grubman has publicly apologized for the incident…. On Aug. 19, retired U.S. Air Force captain Scott O’Grady, 36, sued 20th Century Fox and the Discovery Channel, alleging that the 2001 film Behind Enemy Lines is based on his survival story after being shot down in Bosnia in 1995; he also claims that ads promoting Lines during Discovery’s documentary Behind Enemy Lines: The Scott O’Grady Story exploited him. In addition, the war hero objects to movie protagonist Owen Wilson’s swearing and impertinence. O’Grady seeks unspecified damages and a cut of film profits. A Fox spokeswoman said the studio was ”surprised” by O’Grady’s suit, arguing that the film was made ”based on the concept of a public event…which he acknowledged we had the right to do.” A Discovery rep had no comment.

CONTROVERSY On Aug. 22, WNEW radio execs fired Manhattan-based nationally syndicated shock jocks Gregg ”Opie” Hughes, 37, and Anthony Cumia, 39, after an on-air stunt Aug. 15 in which the show recorded a Virginia couple allegedly having sex in New York City’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Reps for Hughes and Cumia didn’t return calls.