Lea Michele breaks her silence on boyfriend Cory Monteith's death, Teresa and Joe Giudice indicted for money fraud and pregnant Fergie throw a star-studded baby shower: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Monday, July 29, in the roundup!
Lea Michele has returned to Twitter after an understandable absence. Over two weeks after the death of her boyfriend and Glee costar Cory Monteith, the actress, 26, acknowledged her 3.5 million followers, the tragedy she's endured -- and how they helped her make it through.
Real Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice -- who have been plagued with financial problems for years -- were indicted on fraud and tax charges on Monday, July 29. In his 39-count indictment, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman charged the Bravo reality stars with conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, making false statements on loan applications and bankruptcy fraud.
Sunday afternoon and evening was definitely a good, good time for pregnant Fergie: The first-time mom-to-be was the guest of honor at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills July 28 for an over-the-top, A-list-packed "gay-by" shower thrown by her gay BFFs, featuring drag performers, cocktails from Cuca Fresca, Tallarico Vodka and Ferguson Crest Wines (for everyone not with child), a pop/hip-hop soundtrack, a onesie-decorating station for guests and much more!
Is a picture really worth a thousand words? Nicki Minaj has yet to publicly address DJ Khaled's memorable MTV video proposal, but the "Super Bass" singer raised eyebrows when she stepped out to dinner in Beverly Hills on Saturday, July 27, with a new accessory around her ring finger.
Leah Remini is ready for life after Scientology. The King of Queens star, 43, supported pal Holly Robinson Peete at Saturday's 15th Annual DesignCare benefit at a private residence in Malibu; the event marked Remini's first public appearance since her news-making departure from the Church of Scientology. Remini was born and raised in the faith favored by the likes of Tom Cruise and John Travolta, but left after allegedly disagreeing with Church leader David Miscavige and some of the organization's supposed practices.