Buzzmakers: A Tipsy Demi & Leslie Carter's Death

by Krista Wick 12:01 PM PST, February 04, 2012
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This week's top stories in the entertainment world include the death of Nick Carter and Aaron Carter's sister Leslie, Demi Moore's first ET interview, Michael Jackson's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Tori Spelling's new baby & Don Cornelius' shocking suicide.

Leslie Carter -- the sister of Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter and his brother Aaron -- died at the age of 25 of an apparent drug overdose. Both Nick and Aaron spoke publicly on the sad news, thanking fans for their "well wishes and prayers during this tragic time."

ET has footage of a 19-year-old Demi Moore as she celebrated a birthday with her General Hospital co-stars in 1982 featuring wild, tipsy behavior from the star in the interview.

Michael Jackson's estate hosted a touching hand and footprint ceremony for the late performer in Hollywood last week. His children Paris, 13, Prince Michael, 14, and Blanket, 9, lent the Jackson family a hand immortalizing the king of pop in cement with pop superstar Justin Bieber.

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott welcomed baby Hattie to the world on their Oxygen show Tori & Dean. The new episode features Tori as she holds her newborn daughter for the first time and the couple reveals how they settled upon the infant's name.

Soul Train creator Don Cornelius, died Wednesday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot. The Los Angeles Police Department and the county coroner's office said it appears to be suicide. He was 75 years old. Former Soul Train host Shemar Moore tells ET Cornelius may have been dealing with the effects of dementia or Alzheimer's disease.