SHAIN GANDEE: "Buckwild" cast member Shain Gandee, his uncle and a third man were found dead Monday in a truck in Sissonville, W.Va., officials said.
The Kanawha County's sheriff's department confirmed the deaths of Shain Gandee, 21, and David Gandee, 48, but said the third person has not been positively identified.
There was no sign of foul play and autopsies on the men's remains are to be conducted by the West Virginia Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to determine how they died, the sheriff's department said Monday afternoon.
The disabled vehicle, which belonged to the Gandee family, was found in a muddy, wooded area along a worn path.
Shain Gandee and his uncle were last seen at Larry's Bar in Sissonville at about 3 a.m. Sunday and were heard saying they planned to go four-wheeling, the Charleston [W.V.] Gazette reported.
Family members searched for the men most of Sunday before calling 911 to report them missing, the newspaper said.
Shain Gandee was one of nine people featured in the MTV show "Buckwild" about rural young adults. It has been compared to the recently canceled MTV reality series "Jersey Shore."
"We are shocked and saddened by the terrible news about Shain Gandee, and those involved in this tragic incident," MTV said in a statement. "We are waiting for more information but at this time, our main concern is for the Gandee family and their friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with them. Shain had a magnetic personality, with a passion for life that touched everyone he met and we will miss him dearly."
HEIDI KLUM: Supermodel and TV personality Heidi Klum says she and her boyfriend saved her 7-year-old son and two nannies from drowning in Hawaii Sunday.
"We got pulled into the ocean by a big wave. Of course, as a mother, I was very scared for my child and everyone else in the water," Klum told Us Weekly in an exclusive statement Monday. "Henry is a strong swimmer and was able to swim back to land. We were able to get everyone out safely."
Klum was on vacation in Oahu with her bodyguard boyfriend, Martin Kirsten, and her children -- Henry, 7, Leni, 8, Johan, 6, and Lou, 3 -- at the time of the incident, the magazine said.
The "Mean Girls" and "Freaky Friday" star is to appear on Tuesday's edition of the program.
This will be Lohan's first television interview since November 2012 and her fifth visit to "Late Show."
The 26-year-old actress is promoting her upcoming guest-starring role on the comedy series "Anger Management." She also is to soon begin a 90-day, court-ordered stint in rehab for drug and alcohol addiction related to probation violations for her past drunk driving and necklace theft court cases.
In 2011, Letterman fell prey to a practical joker who claimed she was Lohan's representative and wanted to book the actress on the show.
Letterman touted the planned interview, then later realized the call setting it up was a hoax and apologized to Lohan on "Late Show."
BINDI IRWIN: U.S. cable network Starz says it plans to air "Bindi's Bootcamp," a series starring Australian actress, wildlife enthusiast and TV personality Bindi Irwin.
The original live-action kids' entertainment series from FremantleMedia is to make its American debut May 1. It is shot on location at the Irwin family's Australia Zoo.
"With 'Bindi's Bootcamp,' we wanted to create a show that would test kids' mental prowess, endurance and inner strength, all while inspiring them to respect nature and conservation," Sander Schwartz, president of FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment, said in a statement Monday. "Starz Kids & Family [channel] is dedicated to bringing unique and rich shows to families across America, and they will be the perfect home for this incredible wildlife adventure."
"Starz Kids & Family is excited to bring such a unique and adventure filled series to our afternoon block of programming specially designed for young audiences," said Brett Marottoli, the network's executive director of programming acquisitions.
"Bindi's Bootcamp" premiered in July 2012 on Network ABC3 in Australia.
Bindi, the 14-year-old daughter of Steve and Terri Irwin, has been surrounded by animals her whole life. She began traveling at a young age in conjunction with her late father's famed "Crocodile Hunter" documentaries and inherited his passion for wildlife and conservation, Starz said. She has starred in her own animal-themed series "Bindi: The Jungle Girl," as well as the movie "Free Willy: Escape from Pirate's Cove."
Most recently, she headlined in "Return to Nim's Island" on the Hallmark Channel.
Her father, Steve Irwin, died in 2006 after he was attacked by a stingray. He was 44.