Billboard's woman of year: Taylor Swift
It's another honor for Taylor Swift. The country music superstar has been crowned "Woman of the Year" by Billboard magazine, The Associated Press reports. At 21, she is the youngest to receive the award. She'll be honored at the 2011 Billboard Women in Music event in New York on Dec. 2. Her latest album, "Speak Now," has sold more than 3.6 million copies since its release last fall.
Zombies take a header
Sixteen actors dressed as zombies were injured Tuesday when they fell from a platform during filming of a new "Resident Evil" movie, officials said, and rescue workers were startled at the seemingly catastrophic scene. "I could see the look on the first paramedic, saying 'Oh my God,'" Toronto emergency medical services Commander David Ralph said with a laugh. Officials said none of the injuries were life-threatening, The Associated Press reports. Lead actress Milla Jovovich was not on set at the time of the accident, her rep said.
2 baby girls for 2 celebrity couples
Johnny Knoxville and his wife, Naomi Nelson, had a daughter last week, their second child together, according to E! Online. The girl's name is Arlo. On Monday, Tori Spelling and husband, Dean McDermott, had a new baby girl. Spelling gave birth to daughter Hattie Margaret McDermott, The Associated Press reports. The couple confirmed the news over their Twitter accounts, saying the baby is "gorgeous" and the family is "so happy." Spelling and McDermott already have two children together, Liam and Stella. The birth was first reported by Life & Style magazine. The couple plans to introduce their new baby on the premiere of the sixth season of "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood." It airs Nov. 29 at 10 p.m. on Oxygen.