Dangerfield Passes Away

RODNEY DANGERFIELD died Tuesday at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. The 82-year-old fell into a coma after having heart valve replacement surgery in August. His publicist said that he'd suffered a small stroke after the operation and developed infectious and abdominal complications. However, his wife, JOAN, said that he'd come out of the coma in the past week. She said in a statement, quote, "When Rodney emerged, he kissed me, squeezed my hand, and smiled for the doctors.

TIGER WOODS and his Swedish fiancée, ELIN NORDEGREN, tied the knot in a multi-million-dollar wedding ceremony on Barbados Tuesday evening. The 28-year-old golf pro and his 24-year-old bride exchanged vows in a sunset ceremony overlooking an 18-hole golf course and the Caribbean sea. The bride wore a sleeveless white gown and her three bride's maids wore pale green, floor-length, halter neck dresses. More than 120 friends and relatives attended the lavish ceremony and reception. The guest list reportedly included MICHAEL JORDAN, CHARLES BARKLEY and OPRAH WINFREY. Tiger and Elin reportedly spent their wedding night in the resort's 20-thousand-dollar honeymoon suite.

It's good to know there are no security privileges for celebs at Dodger Stadium. On Sunday, Mary Hart and her husband, Bert Sugarman, were stopped by guards because his bag was bigger than stadium rules allow. Sugarman grumbled to the unimpressed guards, "My wife is singing the National Anthem today," adding, "I'm sitting next to [Dodgers owner] Frank McCourt." After supervisors reiterated the policy to him, Sugarman took the bag back to his car. "It's the first time in my life that my husband was reprimanded for having a bigger bag than me," Hart said through a spokesman.

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