Diane Keaton speaks out on motherhood

NEW YORK - Diane Keaton says she planned to wait until she was in a 'strong and substantive' relationship before becoming a mother - but that never happened for her.

'Motherhood was not an urge I couldn't resist, it was more like a thought I'd been thinking for a very long time,' says Keaton, who celebrates her 62nd birthday Saturday. 'So I plunged in.'

The Oscar-winning actress, whose past romantic partners include Woody Allen and Warren Beatty, adopted daughter Dexter, now 12, and son Duke, 7.

Murphy marries film producer

LOS ANGELES - Eddie Murphy celebrated New Year's Day by tying the knot with film producer Tracey Edmonds.

The pair exchanged vows Tuesday on a private island off Bora Bora in French Polynesia in front of a small group of family and friends, their representatives told People magazine.

Murphy and Edmonds began dating last year. They were engaged in July.

Bosley stars in TV movie at 80

LOS ANGELES - Tom Bosley wants to show he still has it at 80.

Last year, the actor best known for playing Richie Cunningham's father on 'Happy Days' co-starred with Michael Learned in a seven-month national tour of 'On Golden Pond.'

Now he's starting off the new year with a starring role in the TV movie 'Charlie & Me,' airing Saturday on the Hallmark Channel.

Bosley plays a grandfather who is determined to mend the relationship between his workaholic, widowed son and his feisty 12-year-old granddaughter.

San Francisco mayor engaged

SAN FRANCISCO - It looks as if San Francisco is about to lose its most eligible bachelor.

Mayor Gavin Newsom, 40, proposed to his girlfriend, actress Jennifer Siebel, 33, while they vacationed over the weekend in Hawaii, and she accepted, said Stanlee Gatti, a friend of the couple who spoke with the mayor after he proposed.