Today show anchor Savannah Guthrie, 42, announced on March 17 that she had tied the knot with political consultant Michael Feldman, 45, in a private ceremony the previous weekend. She also broke the news that she’s four months pregnant…. Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx, 55, married model Courtney Bingham, 28, in Beverly Hills’ Greystone Mansion on March 15.
Rashad Charjuan Owens, the 21-year-old driver accused of barreling through a crowd at Austin’s South by Southwest festival while being chased by police, was charged with capital murder on March 13. Three people were killed and 22 others were injured…. Legal troubles continue for Chris Brown. An L.A. judge ruled that the singer, 24 — who was arrested on March 14 after reportedly being kicked out of his court-ordered rehab facility — should remain in jail until his April 23 hearing for allegedly violating probation…. Star Trek star Chris Pine, 33, pleaded guilty to a drunk-driving charge on March 17. He was stopped by police in New Zealand on March 1 after a wrap party for Z for Zachariah.
Matt and Amy Roloff, 52 and 51, stars of the long-running TLC series Little People, Big World, have decided on a trial separation after 26 years of marriage.
L’Wren Scott, a high-profile fashion designer and the girlfriend of rocker Mick Jagger, was found dead in her Manhattan apartment on March 17 in an apparent suicide. She was 49…. Man of La Mancha composer Mitch Leigh, who penned the classic “The Impossible Dream,” died on March 16 at age 86 in New York City…. Hal Douglas, the instantly identifiable voice-over performer who worked frequently for blockbuster-movie trailers, died on March 7 in Lovettsville, Va., of complications from pancreatic cancer. He was 89…. Clarissa Dickson Wright, one half of the duo from the BBC cooking series Two Fat Ladies, died at age 66 in Edinburgh, Scotland, on March 15…. Comedian and Tonight Show regular David Brenner died of cancer on March 15 at age 78 in New York City…. Hogan’s Heroes star Cynthia Lynn, 76, died on March 10 in Los Angeles…. Scott Asheton, the drummer for punk icons Iggy and the Stooges, died on March 15. He was 64.