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An Oscar-winner is wrongly accused, celebrity money woes, Clive Davis and Kelly Clarkson face off, and Fergie and Josh are having a baby! From country music’s sad loss to a Jackson debut, the celebrities unload in this week’s Celebrity News.

Rihanna is attacked!
It’s been an eventful weekend for singer Rihanna. With a fragrance and past beauty endorsements under her belt, the singer debuted her River Island collection at London Fashion week and should have went on to celebrate with her on-again boyfriend Chris Brown. But her euphoria at her latest accomplishment was short-lived, as the singer was injured when she was reportedly attacked by a heckler who threw an energy drink bottle at her just outside of the Box nightclub in London. According to the British newspaper The Daily Mail, the crazed fan was screaming at Rihanna about her boyfriend Chris Brown before pitching a bottle of Lucozade at her. Along with her bodyguard, Rihanna reportedly later ended up in the hospital with a scraped right knee.

Fergie and Josh Duhamel expecting.
With his new movie Save Haven performing exceptionally well and a new baby on the way, actor Josh Duhamel (“Transformers”) certainly has a lot to be happy about. Duhamel’s wife, singer/actress/designer Stacy Ferguson, better known as Fergie and one-fourth of pop group the Black Eyed Peas is expecting the couple’s first baby. Also sharing baby news is Mario Lopez (“The X-Factor,” ex-Christian Ramirez, “B&B”) and his wife Courtney Mazza. Lopez and Mazza currently have a toddler named Gia, but are expecting a little brother or sister to join her later this year.

Khloe Kardashian exits X-Factor.
Well, at least she still has reality TV! Unconfirmed reports are circulating that Khloe Kardashian (“Khloe & Lamar”) has reportedly been axed from the “X-Factor” while her co-host Mario Lopez (“Saved by the Bell”) remains for next season. Kardashian’s lack of hosting acumen and her failure to win over viewers is said to be the reason, despite her warm disposition and strong support from her family and Lopez. Reportedly, Kardashian was asked not to take hosting lessons to encourage her to just be herself. She has allegedly said that it left her unprepared. Kardashian is the third celebrity personality to depart the show; over the last few months judge Britney Spears was reportedly fired and LA Reid announced his decision to leave the reality singing competition.

Country world mourns Mindy McCready.
Another gifted singer, gone too soon – Mindy McCready committed suicide on February 17. The singer was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot would on the porch of her Heber Springs, Arkansas home – a porch that saw a similar tragedy when her boyfriend was discovered dead on January 13. His death is still under investigation. Reports suggest that McCready shot her dog before killing herself. McCready had recently been released from an in-patient rehab facility after spending two days there for self-admitted drinking issues. Her father reportedly added that she was back to abusing prescription drugs. However, upon her release McCready was said to be clean of any alcohol or drugs. Best known for her debut album and hit “Ten Thousand Angels,” McCready was no stranger to trouble, drug overdoses, alcohol addiction, probation violations and family issues over the last several years, having been arrested multiple times and attempting suicide twice before. She even appeared on the reality show “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” in 2010. McCready was said to be working on a suicide awareness video right before her death. She leaves two sons behind who have been placed in foster care – Zander, 6, from a previous relationship with her ex-boyfriend Billy McKnight and Zayne, her 10-month old she shared with Wilson. Many stars of country music took to Twitter to voice their grief and condolences including LeAnn Rimes and Carrie Underwood.


Prince Jackson’s correspondent debut!
Michael Jackson’s 16-year-old son Prince is making quite the debut as the youngest special correspondent for “Entertainment Tonight.” Jackson conducted his first sit down celebrity interview with some of the cast behind director Sam Raimi’s Oz the Great and Powerful, James Franco (ex-Franco,”GH”) and Zach Braff (“Scrubs”). Jackson is the eldest of the late pop star’s three children. Promos leading up to Jackson’s debut featured his practice runs and preparation for the interview with fellow “ET” correspondent Brooke Anderson. Jackson is seen sporting a mature grey suit as he tries out some questions. Not a bad first impression for a teenager who wants to become well-rounded as a “producer, director, screenwriter and actor.”

Alec Baldwin under investigation.
Actor Alec Baldwin’s (“30 Rock”) recent encounter with a photographer is currently being investigated as a hate crime. The often hot-tempered actor and soon-to-be-second-time father was reportedly involved in a heated altercation with New York Post photographer G.N. Miller, who claims Baldwin made racial remarks as he tried to take his picture in Manhattan. The New York Police Department’s Hate Crimes Task force is on the case, which Baldwin has reportedly called in a statement, “one of the most outrageous things I’ve heard in my life” and “totally bogus.” Both Baldwin and Miller filed separate police reports against each other about the incident.