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PRINCE WILLIAM: Britain's Prince William and bride-to-be Kate Middleton have no plans to hire servants to staff their home in North Wales, a palace source told People.com.

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The couple is to marry April 29 after more than eight years of dating.

After the wedding, they plan to continue residing in their four-bedroom farmhouse near William's base at Royal Air Force Valley. They have no intention, however, of hiring a personal chef, butler, valet or any other help other than their security detail, People.com said Friday.

"(They have) no domestic staff and there are no plans for that to change," an unnamed insider told the Web site.

"(Kate) was spotted shopping in (the grocery store) Waitrose the other day. That would tell you all you need to know about how they lead their life," said a second palace source.

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MICHAEL JACKSON: A representative for the Discovery Channel says a program featuring the re-enactment of Michael Jackson's autopsy will not air in the United Kingdom as planned.

The late pop star's estate and thousands of fans voiced their outrage on hearing about the special, which was to air Jan. 13.

"Given the commencement of legal proceedings beginning next week, and at the request of Michael Jackson's estate, the scheduled broadcast of the medical documentary related to Michael Jackson's official autopsy has been postponed indefinitely," the representative said in a statement issued to the celebrity news Web site TMZ.

Jackson's personal physician is awaiting trial on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the singer's death. Dr. Conrad Murray is accused of improperly administering sedatives and anesthesia to Jackson in an effort to help the music icon sleep.

Jackson died June 25, 2009, at age 50.


SEBASTIAN ROCK: Canadian rocker Sebastian Bach says he and Maria Bierk, his wife of 18 years, have decided to divorce.

The celebrity news Web site TMZ said Friday the former Skid Row front man and Bierk have been separated since April. They have three children.

"We have tried to work things out for the sake of our family but it has become apparent that our differences at this point are irreconcilable," Bach told TMZ. "In 2011, we go our separate ways."

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Bach, 42, was arrested last month for allegedly biting a bartender during a brawl in a bar in Ontario. He was charged with assault, possession of marijuana and mischief.


RYAN SEACREST: U.S. television and radio personality Ryan Seacrest says he is not engaged to professional dancer Julianne Hough, contrary to rumors suggesting he is.

The New York Daily News said Seacrest denied the speculation during an appearance on TV's "Good Morning America" Thursday.

"The only way we're going to make any news is if you admit you're engaged to Julianne Hough," "GMA" interviewer George Stephanopoulos told Seacrest, who appeared on the show to promote his "New Year's Rockin' Eve" and "American Idol" programs.

"I will give you breaking news," Seacrest said. "The breaking is news that I'm not. I'm not engaged. But I'm very happy."

Hough is a former pro dancer on "Dancing with the Stars." She also recently recorded a country music album and is set to star in the remake of the movie "Footloose."

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