Jay-Z was sad some people were offended by his low-key marriage to Beyonce Knowles. While the couple wanted to keep the big day secret to avoid unwanted attention, the rapper admits some friends and family were disappointed not to receive an invite.
He told TV host Oprah Winfrey in an interview for O magazine: "Very few people knew about it. The sad part is that we offended some."
Beyonce Knowles is set to rent a $8 million Singapore apartment. The "Crazy in Love" singer will be headlining the city's F1 Rocks concert next month and she and rapper husband Jay-Z want somewhere luxurious to stay.
The couple have been looking at plush penthouses in the city's Marina Bay area, and one pad which has impressed them has an incredible 360-degree view of the city and the sea.
Michael Jackson was so desperate to have a fourth child he begged a British doctor to have a baby for him. The late pop legend - who was already father to 12-year-old Prince Michael I, 11-year-old Paris and seven-year-old Prince Michael II, known as Blanket - repeatedly asked Susan Etok to carry his child as he was keen to add to his family.
She said: "He was passionate about having this baby and it was flattering. But I was shocked he was trying to involve me. For me, it was never going to happen."
Jessica Biel is the most "dangerous celebrity" on the internet. According to security technology company McAfee Inc, online searches for the 27-year-old actress - who is dating Justin Timberlake - are more likely to spread computer viruses than any other star.
The company - who last year found Brad Pitt to be the most "dangerous" online celebrity - said there was a one-in-five chance that looking for information, wallpapers, images and videos of the "Easy Virtue" star would lead users to a website designed to cause damage.