O.J. Simpson to pay $33K in fees in DirecTV case

MIAMI - A federal judge ordered former football star O.J. Simpson to pay more than $33,000 in attorneys fees for DirecTV, two months after he was ordered to pay for pirating satellite television signals from the California-based company.

In a raid on Simpson's Miami home in 2001, federal agents seized illegal devices known as ''bootloaders'' that authorities said were used to steal television programming.

Heath Ledger, Michelle Williams have baby girl

LOS ANGELES - Australian actor Heath Ledger and fiancee Michelle Williams are the parents of a daughter, according to a published report.

The baby, named Matilda, was born Friday, according to People magazine. Ledger's publicist, Mara Buxbaum, had no comment on the report.

Tyra Banks goes undercover as large woman

LOS ANGELES - Tyra Banks has gone undercover as a 350-pound woman.

Banks wore the fat suit to experience what it's like to be obese.

''It seemed like the last form of open discrimination that's OK, and I decided to put on a 350-pound suit myself and live that life for a day and see what happens,'' the 31-year-old former supermodel told AP Radio in a recent interview. The segment will air Monday.

Joey Buttafuoco selling ice cream to 'Housewives'

NEW YORK - Joey Buttafuoco is working on ABC's ''Desperate Housewives'' - at the show's concession stand, anyway.

Buttafuoco, who made national headlines in the early 1990s when his teenage girlfriend shot his wife in the face, is working in craft services on the Hollywood sets of TV shows, according to a story in the latest issue of Inside TV.

Buttafuoco runs a concession that doles out protein shakes and ice cream to the stars of ''Desperate Housewives'' and ''Crossing Jordan,'' the magazine reports.

- From wire reports