Buzzmakers: Michelle Duggar, Kim Richards and More
This week's top stories in the entertainment world include Michelle Duggar's miscarriage, Kim Richards in rehab, Kris Humphries first interview since his break up with Kim Kardashian, Marg Helgenberger's CSI farewell and the woman who inspired Carrie Bradshaw divorcing her husband of nine years.
TLC's 19 Kids and Counting star Michelle Duggar miscarried her baby on Thursday after her and husband Jim Bob were anxiously awaiting its arrival. During a routine check-up to find out the sex, the doctor couldn't find a heartbeat and discovered that Duggar miscarried during her second trimester.
On Monday, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kim Richards entered rehab. Multiple sources confirmed that the 47-year-old reality star is currently seeking help for her drinking issues at an undisclosed treatment center.
Kris Humphries appeared on Good Morning America on Friday, which makes it his first TV interview since Kim Kardashian filed for divorce after only 72 days of marriage. Despite the setback in his nuptials, Humphries remained focused on the things in his life he can control. "It's been different but through everything I'm just focused on family and preparing for basketball," he said when asked about what the very public experience has been like for him. "Basketball's always been something I've taken really serious and I continue to do that and you know, just moving forward."
After 260 episodes on the hit drama CSI, Marg Helgenberger left the acclaimed show, a decision she described as a "very emotional" one. "It's been a fifth of my life, and it's been quite a ride," Marg said while holding back tears. "How can I leave this? ... It's so much more than a job and that's why it has such an impact on me."
Author Candace Bushnell, the woman who inspired the Carrie Bradshaw character on Sex and the City, filed for divorce from her husband Charles Askegard after nine years of marriage. "We had some wonderful times in our nine-year marriage, and I still care about Charles as a person," the author said when she broke the news. "I respect his desire to pursue his own happiness and hope that we will continue to be friends in the future."