|Social Climber: Lea Michele Asks for Privacy Following Montieth's Death|
|Jul 15, 2013, 9:47 AM|
Lea Michele, "Glee" co-star and girlfriend of actor Cory Montieth, has asked for privacy following the 31-year-old's death.
"We ask that everyone kindly respect Lea's privacy during this devastating time," Michele's rep told ABC News.
The couple have worked together since 2009 and have been dating since last year.
Montieth was found dead in a Vancouver, Canada hotel room on Saturday, the cause of death is unknown.
Fashion scofflaw turned fashion cop Kelly Osbourne confirmed an open secret -- She's engaged.
Osbourne, daughter of Ozzy Osbourne and co-host of E!'s "Fashion Police" told Hello! magazine she will be marrying vegan chef Matthew Mosshart.
"I have never felt this close to another human being, ever. We're completely in love," she told Hello!
Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen was off pitch -- way off pitch -- at a baseball game in Florida Sunday.
Invited to throw out the first pitch at a Tampa Bay Rays game, Jepsen wildly chucked the ball into the sidelines where it struck a photographer, knocking his camera out of his hands.
Wearing a custom jersey with her name on it, the embarrassed 27-year-old behind the bubblegum hit "Call Me Maybe," ran over to the photographer to see whether he was all right, and later received a hug from Ray's catcher Matt Moore.
Former New Kid on the Block Donnie Wahlberg is dating former playmate Jenny McCarthy, according to a report in US Weekly.
The couple reportedly began their romance by flirting on Twitter, but have since made it official.
The two 1990s stars are each having a comeback. New Kids on the Block is back on tour this summer and McCarthy has been selected to fill in for Joy Behar when the comedian leaves "The View" later this summer.
Motorcycle racer Bill Warner was killed Sunday after trying to break 300 mph.
Warner, 44, was clocked at 285 mph before losing control of the bike at an abandoned Air Force base in Maine.
Warner was conscious immediately after the crash, but died 15 minutes later, an organizer of the event told The Associated Press.
Lindsay Lohan's first stop after getting out of rehab this summer will be Oprah Winfrey's couch for an interview, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The interview is scheduled for August and will be followed by an eight-part documentary about the troubled star on the OWN cable channel.