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THE DUGGAR FAMILY: The stars of the TV reality show "19 Kids & Counting" held a memorial at their Arkansas church for the daughter matriarch Michelle Duggar miscarried, TMZ said.
The fetus, named Jubilee Shalom Duggar, was due to be born in April, but died in utero last week. She would have been the 20th child born to Duggar, 45, and her husband Jim Bob.
Artistically composed photos showing the fetus' feet in her parents' hands were distributed at the church service and posted on a family member's Web site, the celebrity news outlet said Wednesday.
The images bore messages such as, "There is no foot too small that it cannot leave an imprint on this world," the report said.
The Duggars have 19 children who range in age from 1 to 23.
SAG NOMINEES: "The Artist," "The Help" and "The Descendants" earned multiple Screen Actors Guild Award nominations in Los Angeles Wednesday.
The casts of the three films will compete in the Best Ensemble category with the stars of "Bridesmaids" and "Midnight in Paris."
Nominated for the Lead Actor SAG award are Demian Bichir for "A Better Life," George Clooney for "The Descendants," Leonardo DiCaprio for "J. Edgar," Jean Dujardin for "The Artist" and Brad Pitt for "Moneyball."
In the running for the Lead Actress accolade are Glenn Close for "Albert Nobbs," Viola Davis for "The Help," Meryl Streep for "Iron Lady," Tilda Swinton for "We Need to Talk About Kevin" and Michelle Williams for "My Week with Marilyn."
The nominees for the Supporting Actress honor are Berenice Bejo for "The Artist," Jessica Chastain for "The Help," Melissa McCarthy for "Bridesmaids," Janet McTeer for "Albert Nobbs" and Octavia Spencer for "The Help."
Up for the Supporting Actor award are Kenneth Branagh for "My Week with Marilyn," Armie Hammer for "J. Edgar," Jonah Hill for "Moneyball," Nick Nolte for "Warrior" and Christopher Plummer for "Beginners."
The 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will be simulcast live nationally on TNT and TBS Jan. 29.
PARIS JACKSON: Paris Jackson says her American pop icon dad Michael encouraged her desire to be an actress as she was growing up.
Michael Jackson died in 2009 at age 50. His personal physician is serving four years in prison for involuntary manslaughter for administering lethal amounts of sedatives and anesthesia to the elder Jackson in an effort to help him sleep.
His only daughter, now 13, talked about her famous father during a taping of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to air Thursday, People.com said.
"My dad was in the movie 'Moonwalker,' and I knew he could sing really well but I didn't know he could act. I saw that and I said, 'Wow, I want to be just like him,'" said Paris, who will appear in the upcoming fantasy movie "Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys."
"We would do improv together," she added. "He would give us little scenarios. He would go, 'OK, in this scene you're going to cry,' and I'd cry on the spot."
Paris has two brothers, Prince Michael and Blanket. All three children, who were rarely seen in public when the recording star was alive, are now being raised by their paternal grandmother.
ASHLEY TISDALE: Ashley Tisdale has broken up with music video director Scott Speer, her boyfriend of two years, a source close to the U.S actress told UsMagazine.com.
"They had been on and off for a while. They tried to work it out but realized their relationship ran its course," the unnamed insider said.
No more specific reason was given for the split.
Speer directed Tisdale's music videos "He Said She Said," "Not Like That," "Suddenly," "It's Alright, It's OK" and "Crank It Up," UsMagazine.com said.
The actress is best known for her work in the "High School Musical" movie and television franchise.