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'Bachorlette,' 'Bachelor' stars engaged

Chris Lambton, the Cape Cod landscaper who was runner-up last year in the Ali Fedotowsky edition of "The Bachelorette," has gotten engaged to Peyton Wright, who was eliminated in 2007's "The Bachelor" season 10, which featured naval officer Andy Baldwin. Lambton, 34, proposed to Wright, 28, a cheerleader-apparel saleswoman from Dallas, with a David Yurman round-cut diamond ring at his home Saturday, said People magazine. The two met through another "Bachelorette" contestant and began dating in August, Lambton told the magazine. "I knew it the first day I met her -- she walked in and I was like, 'Oh, my God.' "

Guitarist West has leg amputated

Long Island Music Hall of Famer Leslie West is recuperating at a Biloxi, Miss., hospital following surgery to amputate part of his right leg. According to West's publicist, the legendary Mountain guitarist was in Mississippi to play the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino when his leg began to swell Saturday. Because he's a diabetic, doctors amputated the limb above the knee to save his life. West is expected to recover and faces extensive rehabilitation, according a statement released by Steve Karas at SKH Music.

Kingston recovering after crash

Sean Kingston says he's feeling better almost a month after crashing his watercraft into a Miami Beach bridge, The Associated Press reports. On his Twitter page yesterday, Kingston posted a message to his fans. He wrote: "Feeling alot better! GOD IS GREAT! Thanks for all the prayers and support! Love you ALL!" Kingston also posted a picture of himself, in the hospital, flashing a peace sign. His publicist, Joseph Carozza, says Kingston's condition has been upgraded to fair. The singer famous for his 2007 hit "Beautiful Girls" has been hospitalized in Miami since the May 29 crash.

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