Celebrity news for the week of March 21, 2008

Bourne, meet newborn: Matt Damon, 37, is having his second child with wife Luciana, 31. Their daughter, Isabella, is 1…. On March 6, Lisa Marie Presley, 40, broke her big news on her MySpace blog: ”I am in fact pregnant.” It’s the singer’s third child — her first with her music-producer hubby, Michael Lockwood, 45. ”I have had to show my cards,” she wrote, ”after being the target all week of slanderous and degrading stories, horribly manipulated pictures, and articles.” On March 7, her lawyer revealed plans to file a libel suit against the U.K. Daily Mail, which wrote that Presley was ”piling on the pounds…like her father Elvis” due to ”an unhealthy appetite.” A rep said the newspaper is ”investigating.”

Actor Patrick Swayze, 55, is battling pancreatic cancer. Despite reports that he had a short time to live, his doctor said, ”Patrick has a very limited amount of disease. He appears to be responding well to treatment.”

In NYC, lawyers have filed a will written by Heath Ledger, and it leaves all his possessions to his parents and siblings. It was prepared in 2003, before the 28-year-old actor — who died Jan. 22 of an accidental prescription-drug overdose — met girlfriend Michelle Williams, 27, and had daughter Matilda, 2. His father, Kim Ledger, has said Williams and Matilda will be provided for. ”That’s how Heath would want it.”… Jamie Spears is still calling the shots for daughter Britney Spears, 26 — at least until July 31. On March 5, an L.A. court said he’ll stay on as her temporary conservator. Since Feb. 1, he’s been making all key decisions about her finances, security, and even visitors. He’ll now receive a $2,500 weekly stipend. Britney wasn’t in court…. On March 5 in L.A., Bai Ling (Lost), 41, pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace. (She was picked up Feb. 13 at L.A. International Airport for shoplifting $16 worth of gossip magazines and batteries.) She’ll be fined up to $700…. On March 11, reports surfaced that Dawn Wells, 69, a.k.a. Mary Ann on Gilligan’s Island, is serving six months’ probation for reckless driving in Driggs, Idaho. Wells was originally charged with DUI last October after police allegedly found marijuana in her car during a traffic stop. Her lawyer could not be reached for comment. — Additional reporting by Stewart Allen

She may be the Queen of Pop, but Madonna did her best to fit in with the loud-guitar crowd when she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 10 in New York City. (Among the other honorees: John Mellencamp, Leonard Cohen, the Ventures, and the Dave Clark Five.) After a smirky tribute from Justin Timberlake, Madonna recalled learning to play drums along with Elvis Costello records. Then she turned the stage over to ”another ass-kicker from Michigan”: Iggy Pop. He tore through Madge’s ”Burning Up” and ”Ray of Light” in blistering arrangements that rattled the black-tie audience and justified her love. — Sean Howe