While it appears that Mariah Carey's marital split from Nick Cannon is all but settled, they're still reportedly at loggerheads over custody of their eight dogs.
In addition to their 3-year-old twins — son Moroccan and daughter Monroe — the couple also shared their palatial New York City home with a brood of four-legged friends.
According to the Sunday Express, while potential for a fight over their multi-million dollar fortune has been evaded due to a prenup, the battle over their pooches rages on.
The newspaper reports that the stars remain at odds over who will get custody of the colorfully named The Good Reverend Pow Jackson, Mutley P Gore Jackson The Third, Jill E Beans, Pipitty Jackson, Cha, Jackie Lambchops, JJ and Speak E Beans.
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WITH SONG IN THEIR HEARTS
It sure was a Glee-ful moment when the actor popped the question to his longtime girlfriend last summer, and Matthew Morrison and Renee Puente must be all smiles after tying the knot.
The two were married Saturday in front of 50 family and friends on a private estate in Kihei on the island of Maui, Hawaii, the actor's rep confirms to People.
Morrison wore a custom Brooks Brothers tuxedo for the occasion, while the bride wore a one-of-a-kind Gustavo gown with shoes specially designed by Emmy London.
Of course a Glee wedding would not be complete without musical performances. Pianist Chad Whidden played for the crowd and Kiley Dean sang Feels Like Home as Puente walked down the aisle.
When Katie Couric stepped out to be honored for a charity cause dear to her heart, she brought along one of the most important people in her life.
As she posed for photos at the 16th Annual Tomorrow Is Tonight Gala Benefiting Project A.L.S. last week, her proud husband John Molner stood back, joking to onlookers, “Who's she?”
Before taking her seat at Cipriani 42nd Street, Couric told People that married life “is great. It's fun. He's really funny and really fun to be with. I love being with him.”
She added, with that signature smile: “The honeymoon isn't over yet, so it's nice.”