Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to wed in May, Ke$ha gets out of rehab, and more

By Stephan Lee
Updated March 14, 2014 at 04:00 AM EDT

Save the date! Kim Kardashian, 33, and Kanye West, 36, will reportedly tie the knot on May 24 in Paris…. Former Dancing With the Stars contestant — and George Clooney‘s ex — Stacy Keibler, 34, married tech entrepreneur Jared Pobre in a surprise beachside ceremony in Mexico on March 8.

here will soon be a new Batbaby in Gotham. PEOPLE confirms that Christian Bale, 40, and his wife, Sibi — who showed off a noticeable baby bump at the Academy Awards — are expecting their second child…. Rogue star Thandie Newton, 41, and her husband, writer-director Ol Parker, welcomed a baby boy named Booker Jombe on March 3. The couple also have two daughters…. Kelsey Grammer, 59, is expecting his sixth child. It will be the second baby with his wife of three years, Kayte…. Workaholics star Blake Anderson, 30, welcomed a baby girl, Mars Ilah, with wife Rachael Finley in late February.

Pop star Ke$ha, 27, has left rehab — where she spent two months receiving treatment for an eating disorder — and announced that she’s officially dropping the dollar sign from her name.

Joe McGinniss, 71, who wrote the 1983 nonfiction best-seller Fatal Vision, died on March 10 in Worcester, Mass., after a long cancer battle…. Director Scott Kalvert, best known for 1995’s The Basketball Diaries, was found dead on March 5 in Woodland Hills, Calif., in a suicide. He was 49…. Game-show host Geoff Edwards, who presented Jackpot! and The New Treasure Hunt, died of complications from pneumonia in Santa Monica on March 5 at age 83…. World War II veteran William ”Wild Bill” Guarnere, 90, whose story was famously dramatized in HBO’s Band of Brothers, died in Philadelphia on March 8 of an aneurysm…. Henry Rieger, former president of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, died on March 5 at age 95 in Oceanside, Calif., of natural causes…. Sheila MacRae, who played Alice Kramden on the ’60s reboot of The Honeymooners, died on March 6 in Englewood, N.J., of natural causes. She was 92.