Berry pushes back against paparazzi
LOS ANGELES - Halle Berry said a paparazzi photographer went too far to get a shot of the actress holding her infant daughter, trespassing onto her private property and snapping them hanging out in the backyard.
The Oscar-winning actress was upset when pictures of her holding four-month-old Nahla Ariela Aubry showed up on the Internet and in two celebrity magazines. In a statement, Berry disputed the notion that the photos were taken when she was 'out and about in Los Angeles.'
Evan Spiegel, an attorney representing Berry, said a criminal complaint has been filed and an investigation is under way. He said there are witnesses who saw the photographers in the middle of a 'very blatant and invasive trespass.'
Hank Jr. will still perform 'MNF' theme
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Hank Williams Jr., who has sung the opening theme for 'Monday Night Football' since 1989, will continue the tradition this season.
ESPN spokesman Bill Hofheimer says Williams will again base the theme song on his hit 'All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight.'
'Monday Night Football' kicks off its 39th season Sept. 8 with a doubleheader: Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers followed by Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders.
The 59-year-old Williams continued doing the theme song when the show moved from ABC to ESPN in 2006.
Dixie Chicks' Maguire gives birth to girl
NEW YORK - Martie Maguire of the Dixie Chicks and her husband, Gareth, have welcomed another addition to their all-girl brood: daughter Harper Rosie Maguire.
The baby was born Friday morning in Austin, Texas, weighing in at 7 pounds, 10 ounces, the Dixie Chicks announced on their Web site.
The couple have twin daughters, Eva and Katie, born in 2004.