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April 6, 2015

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Britney with Her Boys!

EXCLUSIVE

AT-HOME

PHOTOS

CELINE DION

Husband Renés Health Crisis

I’M SCARED OF LOSING HIM

TRUE CRIME

FOOD

NETWORK

MURDER

MYSTERY

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‘I don’t want anything to do with it. I just want to sign the check.’

—KEVIN HART, on his upcoming nuptials to Eniko Parrish

‘I find that when I get onstage now, I don’t want to perform a lot of my songs. They don’t feel like me. So I want to make songs that are timeless.’

—RIHANNA, while discussing her untitled upcoming album

‘We talked about prostitutes. He’d said publicly that you don’t pay prostitutes to come to your house; you pay them to leave. He’d thought this through, obviously.’

—JON CRYER, recalling how Charlie Sheen helped him through his divorce

For April 6, 2015

‘I’m incredibly close to the common woman, in that I’m a woman and I’m a mother, and we all are in a physical body with beating hearts, with compassion and love.’

—GWYNETH PALTROW, when asked how she relates to the everyday woman

‘Let me just come right out and say it:

I am fat.’

—CANDICE BERGEN, in her new memoir, A Fine Romance

‘I wish I could put into words how grateful I am for this man right here. But my love has grown to a level that words could never possibly express how much this man completes me.’

—DEMI LOVATO, celebrating three years of sobriety with boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, on Instagram

Q & A

Jason Derulo

The video for his latest single, ‘Want to Want Me,’ just dropped

This track’s got a funky, throwback sound.

I wanted to dive into the

’80s headfirst. A lot of the album is like that vibe— influences from Michael Jackson and Prince.

You and Jordin Sparks split while you were recording. Is it a breakup album?

I don’t dwell on negativity.

I was making this album

[to be] a breath of fresh air.

How are you enjoying single life? I’ve gotten a chance to really learn about myself. I’m having a lot of fun. I’m not really looking to settle down right away.

—JEFF NELSON

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21

Scoop

Jennifer Lawrence spends time with Bradley Cooper—but are she and Chris Martin keeping the spark alive?

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AT HOME WITH BRITNEY

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In an exclusive interview, the singer opens up about raising her two sons, date nights with her boyfriend and why she’s happier than ever.

ON THE COVER

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Britney Spears

58

Celine Dion

62

A Food Network Murder

67

Amazing Pets!

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Contents

21 SCOOP Jennifer

Lawrence makes some new

moves, Rob Kardashian slams

Kim online, and Jordana Brewster’s life as a mom

90

Dolly Parton reflects on life and her long career.

52 Jennifer Teege’s new

memoir traces the pain of discovering her grandfather was the real-life “Nazi Butcher” from Schindler’s List

56 HEROES AMONG US How one couple turned grief over losing their son into a mission to save other kids

58 Celine Dion opens up

about her husband’s cancer battle—and returning to the Las Vegas stage

62

Pregnant Food Network contestant Cristie Codd and her husband, J.T., were brutally murdered. Inside the shocking case.

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CHATTER

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MAILBAG

8

STAR TRACKS

10

STYLE TRACKS

19

SCOOP

21

PASSAGES

30

PEOPLE PICKS

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GREAT IDEAS

79

PUZZLER

76

STYLE WATCH

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BEAUTY WATCH

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ONE LAST THING

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A mutt who paints, miracle dog recoveries and more heartwarming stories.

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Bruce Jenner’s family is divided as he continues his transition from male to female.

‘He is still the most “normal” one from that family’ Robin Wargo via e-mail

Bruce Jenner

What I see in the midst of all of this is that all of those kids adore him. He seems so kind and down-to-earth. He has spent years and years being who and what everyone else needed him to be. It’s his turn now, and I hope Bruce finds true happiness.

Mary Beth via People.com

Raising Quadruplets

I’m definitely Team Bruce, and I understand that Bruce’s transition from male to female interests a lot of people. But the person who really deserved to be on the cover was Carlos Morales, the new father who lost his wife shortly after childbirth and is now raising four

newborns on his own. He is doing something that thankfully very few people will ever have to endure.

Kathy Chambers-Lowenstein

Hayward, Calif.

I held back tears as I was

reading and looking through photos. I can’t imagine the pain his family must feel, but Carlos is truly blessed to have such an amazing sup- port system. My prayers go out to Carlos, his family and his beautiful babies.

Nisse Chism Alexandria, Va.

This was such an inspiring story. Carlos Morales could have easily given up. But he didn’t, because he knew his

wife would want him to carry on and take care of those four beautiful babies. He is doing

a terrific job, and I know his

wife is with him and watching over those precious babies.

Lainey Buncik River Oaks, Texas

Julie Andrews

The Sound of Music is 50! Where did the years go?

I loved this movie from the

first time I saw it at 6 years

For March 30, 2015

old, and I love it just as much today! From the bottom of my heart, thank you, Julie Andrews, for filling my life with the sound of music.

Sheila Staley Dayton

Robert Herjavec

Thank you for the insight into Robert Herjavec’s approach to living. He is my favorite Shark on Shark Tank because I have always [admired] his giving heart on the show. I wish him well as he faces his new normal [after his divorce]. I pray his children will recognize what a good person he is and return to embrace him.

Lois Craigie Austin, Texas

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A lot has changed for Amber and Trent Johnston and their five children— all achondroplasia dwarfs—since we wrote about them in our Aug. 20, 2012, issue. For starters they are now reality TV stars, with a TLC show, 7 Little Johnstons, premiering March 31 at 10 p.m. “We are ecstatic,” Amber, 35, tells PEOPLE exclusively. They also sold their old house in Barnesville, Ga., and moved to a fixer-upper in nearby Forsyth last year—and are doing all the renovations themselves. “Amber and I rewired the house before we moved in,” says Trent, 39, a grounds supervisor at a local

MEET THE FAMILY Clockwise:

Jonah, Alex, Trent, Amber, Elizabeth, Emma and Anna.

college. “And when we did move in, the bottom floor was the only thing that was livable.” Amber hopes their new show conveys that can-do spirit. “We don’t let our size get in the way,” she says. “Nothing stops us.”

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Alex Newell (who played a transgender character on Glee) sings I Know Where I’ve Been” from the musical Hairspray.

GLAAD

MEDIA

AWARDS

Beverly Hills,

March 21

Presenter Ellen DeGeneres hams it up on the red carpet with wife Portia de Rossi before heading into the 26th annual event at the Beverly Hilton.

DeGeneres with LGBT ally and Scandal star Kerry Washington, who was honored with the Vanguard award. “Women, poor people, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, trans people, intersex people have been pitted against each other and made to feel like there are limited seats at the table for those of us who fall into the category of other,” the actress said in a rousing speech.

Channing cozies up with wife Jenna Dewan- Tatum at the Ketel One- sponsored event.

Zoë Saldana and husband Marco Perego— who welcomed twin boys Bowie and Cy in November—enjoy a date night out.

HAPPY B-DAY, BRUCE!

New York City, March 21

Bruce Willis celebrates his 60th birthday a few days late at Harlow restaurant with family (including wife Emma Heming, above, and daughter Tallulah, right) and friends Keith Richards and Tony Bennett.

MOVIE STAR

MOM

Westwood, Calif.,

March 22

Jennifer Lopez earns some cool-mom points, bringing 7-year-old twins Max and Emme to the premiere of her new animated movie Home.

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WILLIAM & KATE LUCK OF THEIRISH

EDUCATION

ABROAD

Kyoto, Japan,

March 20

First Lady Michelle Obama, U.S. ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy and her 22-year- old son Jack Schlossberg watch a student perform in a Noh play after a tour of Kiyomizu Buddhist temple (inset).

MICHELLE

OBAMA’S

JAPAN

JOURNEY

HAPPY HOLIDAY

Aldershot, England, March 17

Shamrock-sporting Prince William (with Guinness in hand!) and Princess Kate greet 1st Battalion Irish Guards at the Mons Barracks on St. Patrick’s Day, an annual event for the royals.

MUM’S THE

WORD

London, March 18

Kate, due with her second child in April, gets glowing in a $63 ASOS dress after a visit to Brookhill Children’s Centre.

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AMERICAN ADVENTURES

Washington, D.C., March 18

Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall follow a packed itinerary during their four-day visit to the U.S., with stops including (from top) Mount Vernon (George Washington’s home), the National Archives (to view the Declaration of Independence), the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial (with Rev. Jesse Jackson) and the National Mall.

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CHRISTINA GOES COUNTRY

Nashville guest star Christina Aguilera sports a bright do in a scene with Oliver Hudson for the April 15 episode of the Music City soap, on which she plays a character named Jade St. John.

BUSINESS

AS USUAL

Atlanta, March 16

Ben Affleck, snapped on-set, plays a CPA moonlighting as an assassin in the upcoming The Accountant, costarring Anna Kendrick and J.K. Simmons.

LIGHTS,

CAMERA,

ACTION!

RIDIN’

NERDY

L.A., March 18

Paul Reubens takes the wheel, filming a scene for the upcoming movie Pee-wee’s Big Holiday. Reubens and Judd Apatow are coproducing the comedy, which is set for a Netflix release.

WORKING FROM HOME

London, March 19

Back in his hometown, Idris Elba shoots scenes for the BBC series Luther. The popular show, in which the actor plays a murder detective, ended in 2013 but will return as a two-part special this year.

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TURNING HEADS

New York City, March 16

Sporting a bold fuchsia lip and sleek leather pants, Keri Russell stuns en route to a taping of Late Night with Seth Meyers (as advertised on her T-shirt!).

COSTAR

CUDDLES

Girls girls Lena Dunham and Allison Williams at the screening of HBO’s It’s Me, Hilary: The Man Who Drew Eloise in New York March 16.

Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss with Rich Sommer at the opening-night party for her Broadway show The Heidi Chronicles on March 19.

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Naughty and nice details The pearl-embellished midi was “like a piece of art,” Kruger says. “The flowers

were sweet, but the cut made

it

I felt it was

architectural rather than sexy.”

DIANE KRUGER’S LOOK AT THE BERLIN LAUNCH OF PEOPLES GERMAN EDITION DESERVES TO BE SEEN FROM ALL ANGLES!

Spot-on add-ons A bold red mani worn with a delicate vintage Fred Leighton ring (a gift from her boyfriend Joshua Jackson) popped against her McQueen clutch.

A perfect plunge Yes, we were curious just how she’d sit down in this dress. “There was not a chance for a wardrobe malfunction because of the tailoring,” she says.

“I never show this much skin,” the star tells PEOPLE of this Alexander McQueen piece that begged for simple styling, like ladylike Roger Vivier sandals and neutral makeup. “I was going to do a berry lip but forgot my lipstick in London, so I decided to let the dress do all the talking.”

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JENNIFER LAWRENCE

INSIDE HER NEXT MOVES

BY JEFF NELSON

Lawrence (on Jan. 24) and Martin respect each other “immeasurably,” says a source.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE

is having one busy spring. There’s being Bradley Cooper’s “work wife” (they’re filming their fourth movie together!), prepping to shoot X-Men:

Apocalypse, making a deal to play war photographer Lynsey Addario for director

Steven Spielberg

keeping everyone guessing about her love life. She and rocker Chris Martin haven’t been spotted together since Jan. 31, but a Lawrence source tells People the pair “com- municate daily.” “They see each other when they can, yet each continues to do their own thing,” says a Martin source. “Both have full plates,

and

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JUST FRIENDS—THEY SWEAR Why her friendship with Bradley Cooper works? “No sex!” she joked before their premiere party at Top of the Standard. The next day, he even gave her dog Pippi a lift.

and they like it that way.” Martin, 38, has mostly stayed in L.A. with Apple, 10, and Moses, 8, his children with ex Gwyneth Paltrow. (The trio have visited Kate Hudson and her sons for playdates; Hudson and Martin are longtime pals.) Lawrence, 24, has been braving the cold in Boston to film Joy, a biopic about Home Shopping Network whiz Joy Mangano. “She doesn’t like the weather and hasn’t had much time to get out and enjoy herself, but it’s been nice to get out of the glare of Hollywood,” says the insider. The

Oscar winner—who spends her days off walking her dog Pippi and taking spinning classes— enjoyed a rare night out March 21, reuniting with Cooper for the Cinema Society premiere of their drama Serena in N.Y.C. “I think she’s the best there is. And I just learn from her,” says Cooper, 40. Make that the newly single Cooper: People confirms he and model-actress Suki Waterhouse, 23, ended their two-year relationship before the Oscars. But Cooper and Lawrence scoffed at rumors of an off- screen romance. A source close to her says they’re “great friends”—and

nothing more. —With Pernilla Cedenheim, Melody Chiu, Megan Johnson and Linda Marx

JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS

How She Stays Sane

Being President isn’t easy—even if it’s just on TV. “Show business is hard,” Veep’s Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 54, says in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly (on stands now). “It can suck your soul.” So the actress leans on hus- band Brad Hall, 57, and sons Henry, 22, and Charles, 17. “Having something that trumps show business—crushes it—[keeps] everything in perspective

for me. —PATRICK GOMEZ

WORD

ASSOCIATION

WITH

ANDY COHEN

THE BRAVO HOST AND REAL HOUSEWIVES PRODUCER— WHO JUST ANNOUNCED HIS FORTHCOMING SIRIUSXM RADIO CHANNEL RADIO ANDY—FREE-ASSOCIATES:

Housewife

Gift that keeps on giving. They still keep me entertained and laughing and frustrated and excited. I think it’s the modern- day soap opera.

New York City

Energy. I love it. I didn’t move here to sleep, and so I really haven’t gotten a good night’s sleep in 25 years. It’s still exciting and never gets old. My main relationship for the last 25 years has been with New York City.

Tinder

Fun. Where am I going to meet an architect who lives in Brooklyn besides Tinder at this point? I have no shame in my game: I’m there, I’m swiping.

Starstruck

Madonna. I mean, I kind of know her, and I’m still starstruck by her. I’m working on getting her on Watch What Happens Live.

Bethenny Frankel

Homecoming. I’m so excited [for her to return in season 7]. Being a Housewife seems like it’s breathing to her. She’s so entertaining and vulnerable and no-bulls---. JEFF NELSON

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Scoop

ROB KARDASHIAN

‘HE IS REALLY STRUGGLING’

The Kardashians live, breathe—and profit from—drama. But when Rob Kardashian compared his sister Kim to Gone Girl’s fictional psychopath Amy Dunne (played by Rosamund Pike, right) on Instagram March 22, it revealed a deepening rift between siblings—and brought to light major concerns about his well-being. “The attitude has always been that when Rob gets his act together, starts working out and loses weight, everything will be good and he will be happy,” says a production source on the family’s E! reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. “But behind the weight gain is this very unhealthy mental state that he keeps strug- gling with.” It’s a struggle that began as Rob, 28, a would-be entrepreneur who once launched a sock line, watched his sisters Kim, 34, Kourtney, 35, Khloé, 30, Kendall, 19, and Kylie, 17, develop thriving businesses under the direction of their mother/ manager, Kris Jenner. Last May, amidst scrutiny of his weight gain, he abruptly changed plans to attend Kim’s

wedding; in June, he faced allegations of drug use when pictures surfaced showing him surrounded by paraphernalia associated with the cough syrup and soda blend known as “sizzurp.” In the months since, he has studiously avoided the spotlight. “It’s really hard for him that his sisters are so public and he looks like the shut-in,” adds a second source. “So he has retreated more. He’s sad, he’s bitter, he’s single. He is very depressed and has been.” (A rep for Rob did not respond to a request for comment.) With Rob not currently filming KUWTK—“Kris doesn’t want him on the show when he is emotionally unstable,” says the production source—family members have encouraged the star to get help, even staging multiple interventions to no avail. “He is very against therapy and any kind of rehab,” says the production source. “But his family will continue to push for him to get help until he does.”

—PATRICK GOMEZ, with Pernilla Cedenheim, Jen Garcia and Aili Nahas

In a shocking Instagram post, Rob compared Kim to “the b— from Gone Girl.

‘BEHIND THE WEIGHT GAIN IS THIS VERY UNHEALTHY MENTAL STATE THAT HE KEEPS STRUGGLING WITH’ —A KUWTK SOURCE

3

TRUTHS & 1 LIE

FORMER OLYMPIC GYMNAST NASTIA LIUKIN—WHO’S NOW ON ABC’S DANCING WITH THE STARS—SHARES SOME SECRETS. CAN YOU SPOT THE FIB?

1

She’s a whiz in the kitchen. “I love to bake. I make the best apple and pumpkin muffins. Every Sunday I make them for my boyfriend Matthew Lombardi and my family.”

2

She’s a die-hard Texan, y’all! “I was born in Plano, Texas, and lived there until I moved to New York City at age 22.”

3

She loves online shopping. “I may have a slight addiction. I love Shopbop and Intermix.”

4

She’s a bona fide fashionista. “Since I was 12 years old, I have designed my own competition leotards. Now I have my own collection, GK by Nastia.”

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Albert and Princess Charlene’s marriage is going strong. Three months after welcoming twins Jacques and Gabriella, the royal couple have been facing rumors of a split because Charlene, 37, has been spending time in the South of France. “It’s ridiculous,” Albert, 57, tells People. He says

they have just temporarily moved away from their Monaco palace (inset) while it undergoes a major renovation, including the nursery. “It’s not totally calm and quiet the

way you would like

are very young children around,”

when there

Charlene

and Albert

with twins

Gabriella and

Jacques.

says the Prince. While they wait for the construction dust to settle, Albert (who has two children from previous relationships) says they’re soaking up every moment of baby bliss: “I give them their midnight bottles, I change and

bathe them

incredible experience.”

it’s been an

—MELODY CHIU with Peter Mikelbank

EXCLUSIVE COVER REVEAL!

Harper Lee’s New Book

Questions still surround the hotly anticipated follow-up to Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. Was the author, 88, manipulated into publishing? (Alabama authorities have closed their probe into any financial fraud.) One thing that’s no longer a mystery: the new book’s cover, a retro homage to Lee’s 1960 classic. Publisher HarperCollins also gave some clues about what’s in store for Mockingbird’s Scout, Jem and Atticus: “Go Set a Watchman begins with Scout’s train ride home,” says HC president Michael Morrison. “More profoundly, it is about the journey [these char- acters] have taken in the subsequent 20 years of their lives.” The book is out July 14.

RICKY GERVAIS

What My Cat Knows About Me

The comedian, 53—who stars as an oddball retirement-home worker in Netflix’s Derek Special (out April 3)—shares secrets only his cat Ollie knows:

My cat knows I’m a warm per- son. Well, she doesn’t know that I’m a person, to be honest. But she knows I’m warm. Particularly around the lap area. She also knows she can sit there undis- turbed for as long as she likes. I’m not allowed to move until she decides to get off. She also knows when I’m going to sneeze. She hates it. So even before it happens, she senses the signs and bolts away from me. She knows a little “meow” can get her brushed. She also knows how to brush herself when I stop. But my favorite thing she knows is that I regularly go to the kitchen for a beer and have to walk past the stairs. She runs up and gets to the stair that’s head height for a little fight with me through the banister. The saddest thing she knows is a suitcase means I’m leaving her for a few days. She sits in it and follows me everywhere as if to say, “I’m coming with you.”

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CATCHING UP WITH

JORDANA BREWSTER

THE FURIOUS 7 STAR OPENS UP ABOUT HER HAPPILY HECTIC LIFE WITH ‘ON-THE-GO’ SON JULIAN

“Every day I fall deeper in love with this amazing gift,” says Brewster of Julian. “I’m in awe every day.”

Brewster (with costar Vin Diesel) reprises her role as Mia in Furious 7, out April 3.

Since welcoming her son Julian, actress Jordana Brewster hasn’t had much downtime—but she tells PEOPLE that she wouldn’t have it any other way. “What’s so wonderful about motherhood is that you’re constantly busy,” says the Furious 7 star, 34, whose son was born in September 2013 via a gestational surrogate. The hands-on mom—who tries to squeeze in weekend workouts and weekly date nights with her husband, producer Andrew Form, 46—begins her day at 6 a.m., when 18-month- old Julian wakes up for a packed schedule of music classes, museum trips and swim lessons. “He loves the water and, as a Brazilian, I really needed him to like the beach,” says Brewster, who adds that he’s now walking and is always “on-the-go.” Julian—who’s “obsessed with wheels”— will even “hear the beep of a garbage truck and run outside,” she says. “It’s the simplest things that keep him entertained.”

—MARIAH HAAS

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Jason Aldean & Brittany Kerr

WEDDING

Country singer Jason Aldean, 38, tied the knot with American Idol alum

Brittany Kerr, 27, on March

21 in Mexico. The two were first linked in 2012. Aldean filed for divorce from his then-wife Jessica Ussery in 2013 and proposed to Kerr last fall.

ENGAGED

Twilight star Peter Facinelli, 41, popped the

question to actress Jaimie

Alexander, 31, while

visiting the Empire State Building on March 16. “Top of the world with my love,” Alexander gushed in an Instagram post.

BABY NEWS

Mad Men star Jessica Paré,

34, gave birth to a baby boy on March 19. Blues Anthony is her first child with boyfriend John

Peter

Facinelli

& Jaimie

Alexander

Kastner (who has a daughter, Summer Lee, 8, from a previous relation- ship). Actor Jude Law and ex-girlfriend

Catherine Harding

welcomed a baby girl, his rep confirmed to People on March 17. Law, 42, has three children with ex-wife Sadie Frost and one with model Samantha Burke. Surprise! Actor

Kevin James and Steffiana de la Cruz, both 40,

welcomed their fourth

child, Sistine Sabella, back

in January, a rep for James confirmed on March 18. Furious 7 star Vin Diesel, 47, has revealed that his newborn daughter is named Pauline, in honor of the late Paul Walker. “It felt like a way to keep his memory a part of my family,” Diesel said.

Zayn

Malik

TAKING A BREAK

One Direction’s Zayn Malik, 22, is taking a break from the band’s world tour due to stress. A March 19 statement from the band’s rep revealed that he was “flying back to the U.K. to recuperate.” The announcement followed accusations that Malik was cheating on fiancée Perrie Edwards—causing him to declare his love for the singer, 21, on Twitter.

SPLIT

Good Morning America’s

Lara Spencer, 45, and hus- band David Haffenreffer,

ComingTogetherAfterTragedy

The eight Sassoon children (inset) and a crowd that gathered outside their Brooklyn home to light candles.

An Orthodox Jewish family grapples with unspeakable grief after losing 7 children to a devastating fire in Brooklyn

The father of seven Orthodox Jewish children killed in a Brooklyn house fire on March 21 wept at their funeral, with thousands from the community mourning the unimaginable loss. Gabriel Sassoon, who moved with his wife, Gayle, and their children from Israel to New York City two years ago, was at a religious conference when the fire began around 12:30 a.m. Saturday. The fire began after a malfunctioning electric hot plate, used to keep food warm while obeying Sabbath rules, sparked flames that shot to the upstairs bedrooms. Gayle and a 15-year- old daughter narrowly escaped; at press time mother and daughter remained in the hospital in critical condition. “My children were so pure,” Sassoon said at the funeral before the bodies of the four boys and three girls, ages 5 to 16, were flown to Israel for burial. “I want to ask my children for forgiveness. I did my best and my wife did her There’s nothing to say. There’s nothing to say. There’s only one way to survive this: complete and utter, total surrender. Surrender. That’s it.”

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47, are separating after 15 years of marriage. “After a lot of thought, care and consideration, we have decided to end our mar- riage,” the couple—who have two children together—revealed in a March 21 statement to the New York Post. “[Our kids] remain our top priority.”

DEATHS

Musician Andy Fraser

passed away at age 62 on March 16. Fraser was best known as the bassist for the band Free and cowriter of the ’70s rock anthem “All Right Now.”

Providencia Paredes

the personal assistant to former First Lady

Jacqueline Kennedy

Onassis and a longtime fixture alongside the extended Kennedy family— died on March 18 in Washington, D.C. She was 90. Nikita and 24 actress

Alberta Watson, 60, died on

March 21 after battling

Pretty

Woman

Turns25!

The ultimate Cinderella story of the ’90s, Pretty Woman celebrated its 25th anniversary on March 23 with a cast reunion—including stars Julia Roberts, 47, and Richard Gere, 65—on NBC’s Today. Actresses like Molly Ringwald and Daryl Hannah were actually considered for the iconic role of Vivian, but not giving the part to Roberts would have been a big mistake. Big. Huge!

lymphoma. She also starred in the 1978 drama In Praise of Older Women and 2007’s The Lookout.

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I came from humble beginnings, with my father and mother coming from China. They met in New York and built a life for themselves—and a life for us. Even though we didn’t have all the things I would have wanted as a child, I felt like they really gave me an appreciation for the care and love we had. Now, as an adult, I realize what other people don’t have. I’ve been involved with UNICEF since 1994 and was appointed as an ambassador in 2004. The atrocities that I’ve encountered on travels with the organization and the bravery that these children display is just shocking. On a trip to the Congo, I remember seeing children’s faces, and they did not look like children. Their expressions were those of adults who had been going through a very, very difficult time. I went to a school there and children were holding on to these nubs of pencils. To them, they were these precious things. UNICEF has given

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MOVIE

Get Hard

Kevin Hart teaches rich ninny Will Ferrell how to dodge all the bullies in the jail yard

COMEDY It’s high time we had a mainstream comedy seriously

address inequality and race. For now, though, we’ve got this funny, old-school buddy picture. Ferrell plays a zillionaire being railroaded into prison on trumped-up charges of fraud. Hart, who runs the car wash in Ferrell’s office tower, agrees to teach him how to tough it out in the slammer. The twist (a good one) is that Hart is a straight arrow, improvising “street” les- sons for cash. The stars pair up effortlessly. Ferrell’s perform- ance is chiefly his foolproof on-the-surface facetiousness, while Hart’s is driven internally, a matter of emotional compres- sion and combustion. The one problem? Endless jokes about Ferrell’s panic and disgust anticipating the intimate practices of incarcerated males. It’s a disturbingly standard Hollywood device: You get the impression straight men would rather be sentenced to be fed to wild hogs and rats. Let’s kill this gay-baiting cliché. (March 27, R)

EDITED BY TOM GLIATTO

Ferrell and Hart, on the outside looking in.

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Becki Newton (left), Zachary Knighton, Meera Rohit Kumbhani and Nate Torrence.

Weird Loners

TV

COMEDY Donnie Darko? Weird loner, yes. Carrie’s telekinetic psycho? Her

too. But the four characters in this engaging sitcom are more eccentrically silly (Torrence and Kumbhani), or maybe too eligibly cute for their own good (Newton and Knighton). Having set up house, they all unpack their singular peculiarities: Torrence’s sock- puppet reenactment of JFK’s affair with Marilyn Monroe will be hard to top. (FOX, March 31, 9:30 p.m.)

No.

3

Jessa Duggar and her new husband, Ben.

19 Kids & Counting

TV

REALITY The third of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s children walks

down the aisle, and the tears fall. Jessa actually married Ben Seewald Nov. 1, but this two-hour episode is a proper souvenir album for fans. The couple save their first kiss for off-camera—but if the more than fourscore Duggars and Seewalds gathered for the event don’t get to witness it, why should you? Just be happy! (TLC, March 31, 8 p.m.)

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Kendrick Lamar, To Pimp a Butterfly

The rapper more than delivers on a brilliant new LP

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HIP-HOP Lamar’s 2012 good kid, m.A.A.d city earned him not

only five Grammy nominations but a fan base that extended from Stephen Colbert to Taylor Swift. The follow-up, Butterfly, is even more ambitious— and politically of the moment. Race, poverty and violence are the themes of his raps on standout tracks “u,” “The Blacker the Berry” and “i.” His laser focus commands complete atten- tion, start to finish, over a soundtrack of jazz and funk—a whole 79 minutes. Butterfly could set him up for the throne. Watch out, Kanye.

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Oh and Tip go to the ends of the earth for their families.

5

Home

Absence makes the heart grow fonder—and at warp speed, when aliens are the cause

MOVIE

ANIMATED Based on Adam Rex’s 2007 children’s book The True Meaning of

Smekday, this 3D Dreamworks concoction follows Tip (Rihanna) as she attempts to reunite with her mother (Jennifer Lopez) after Earth is invaded by an alien

No.

race called the Boov. Home is the sort of family entertainment that should have kids rolling in the aisles and adults, perhaps, indulging in at least a smile or two. And there are adorable critters, including a misfit alien, Oh (Jim Parsons), and a cat named Pig. One final reason not to stay home: The soundtrack features irresistible numbers from the two leading ladies. (March 27, PG)

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No.

6

Wild

DVD

DRAMA Finally sober but

still lost, Cheryl Strayed trekked 1,100 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail to reclaim herself. Wild retraces those bold steps, with Reese Witherspoon (as Strayed) and Laura Dern (as Cheryl’s relentlessly, heartbreakingly upbeat mom) landing Oscar nods for their work. Those hoping to follow Cheryl’s path should grab the Blu-ray, with its interactive map of the trail. (March 31)

7 TV

The Dovekeepers

DRAMA According to a first-century

No.

historian, there were fewer than a dozen survivors of the mass Jewish suicides at Masada, the rebel stronghold destroyed by Roman forces in AD 70. Playing two women looking back on this cataclysm, former NCIS star Cote de Pablo and Rachel Brosnahan are at times in danger of being swallowed up by such a tumultuous narrative.

But Brosnahan at least has vivid, visionary dreams involving a lion—not a nice one— and the conclusion is wrenching. (CBS, March 31, 9 p.m.)

Cote de Pablo’s journey leads to Masada in this miniseries.

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No.

8

The Best New Books

A black comedy, a gothic tale of belle

epoque Paris and a heart-tugging look

at the lives of orca whales in captivity

EDITED BY KIM HUBBARD

M.J. Rose The Witch of Painted Sorrows

NOVEL Fleeing New York after her father’s suicide, Sandrine seeks refuge at his mother’s Paris home, Maison de la Lune, despite her grandmother’s warnings. Grandma’s onto something: Sandrine is soon drawn in by the house’s dark spirit. This belle epoque thriller is a haunting tale of obsessive passions.

John Hargrove Beneath the Surface

NONFICTION In the docu- mentary Blackfish, ex orca trainer Hargrove spoke out about the artificial breed- ing, cramped living spaces and other captivity problems he believes led SeaWorld orcas to kill two trainers and a tourist. His book is a heartfelt plea to allow these creatures what humans “had no right to take from them”—their freedom.

Judith Claire Mitchell A Reunion of Ghosts

NOVEL The Alter sisters are convinced they’re cursed: Their great-grand- father’s inventions led to mass killings in two world wars, and they’ve lost multiple relatives to suicide. So Lady, Delph and Vee—middle-aged, Jewish and living in their family apartment in Manhattan—decide to exit the world together. Laughing yet? It’s hardly an amusing premise, but Mitchell explores the mixed-blessing bonds of family with wry wit. This original tale is black comedy at its best.

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taining novel about a football- crazed Texas town and the woman who’s devoted her life to it— until unforeseen tragedy strikes.

In this acclaimed debut, a Montana social worker with problems of his own becomes embroiled in the lives of a troubled boy and his survivalist dad.

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Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts are starting to feel like old folks at home.

9 MOVIE

While We’re Young

No.

COMEDY Hipsters Jamie and

Darby (Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried) are young, gorgeous and so kinetic they’re practically action verbs. No wonder older documentarians Josh and Cornelia (Stiller and Watts) are moony over them: The brats may have grown-up ambition—Driver wants to make documentaries too—but no grown-up problems. Director Noah Baumbach and his pitch-perfect cast skewer generational clashes, marriage and existential crises. It’s a film that’s fun for kids of old ages. (March 27, R)

No.

10

Killing Jesus

TV

DRAMA Based on the bestseller by

Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard,

Jesus spells out the behind-the-

scenes geopolitics of Jerusalem at the time of the crucifixion. It’s very well done: The bitter nego- tiations between Rome’s Pontius Pilate (True Blood star Stephen Moyer) and Jewish high priest Caiaphas (Rufus Sewell) can be summed up by a reality TV slo- gan: “Outwit, outlast, outplay.” However, on another con- temporaneous note, it’s jarring

to hear a disciple use “impact” as a verb. (National Geographic, March 29, 8 p.m.)

Stephen

Moyer as

Pontius

Pilate, the

voice of

Rome.

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“Down” is the follow-up to the producer’s breakout “Animals.”

Martin Garrix feat. Usher, ‘Don’t Look Down’

Only 18—and gazing up to fame

MUSIC

DANCE A staple on the festival circuit, Dutch DJ Garrix creates a sound that

shouldreverberatefaroutsidethe club walls, especially with Usher’s velvety guest vocals on his latest banger. Over throbbing guitars and a bubbly EDM beat, Usher’s falsetto soars as he sings the title’s cautionary plea. Watch for this single to fly high too—right up the charts.

In L.A., a big, blue testament to what L. Ron Hubbard wrought.

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Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

TV

DOCUMENTARY Here is your best general introduction to the controversy known as the Church of Scientology.

Director Alex Gibney, adapting Lawrence Wright’s book, works his way through the history with methodical rigor: from founder L. Ron Hubbard, whose beginnings as a science-fiction writer shaped the church’s dogma, to its Hollywood ambassadors (Tom Cruise, depicted as cocooned, and John Travolta, rather pathetic). What drives it all, according to Clear, is a blunt skill for reaping money, for controlling members (to the point of penal servitude) and for punishing those who abandon the church (which, in a statement, calls the film “insidious religious persecution”). Such apo- states are labeled, without irony, suppressives. (HBO, March 29, 8 p.m.)

AT HOME WITH

BRITNEY SPEARS

‘I’MTHE

HAPPIEST

I’VEEVER

BEEN’

WITH 2 RAMBUNCTIOUS BOYS, A NEW BOYFRIEND AND A HIT LAS VEGAS SHOW, BRITNEY SPEARS IS LOVING HER ‘BLESSED’ LIFE

By ELIZABETH LEONARD Photographs by JEFF LIPSKY

FAMILY TIME “They would describe me as very funny, sweet and loving,” says Spears of sons Preston (top) and Jayden (hanging out with Mom at home on March 11).

It’s a sunny March afternoon outside Britney Spears’s hillside mansion in Southern California, and the backyard antics are in full swing. With light sabers in hand, the superstar’s sons— Sean Preston, 9, wearing an astro- naut’s helmet, and Jayden James, 8, in a Darth Vader mask—happily spar on the grass. “Ohhhh yesss!” yells Preston after he nails a front flip, landing on his feet near Jayden, who follows with a 360-degree break- dance-style spin on his back. Taking

in the brotherly shenanigans, Spears smiles and at one point playfully scolds her boyfriend of six months, producer Charlie Ebersol, 32, when he swings Jayden up in the air beside the pool. “Baby, do not drop my son!” she says. The kids start to giggle. Laughter is the norm these days around the Spears home. After more than 15 years as a pop star, the multi- platinum singer is on a roll—her long- running Las Vegas residency has grossed nearly $50 million in ticket sales in little more than a year. But while she loves performing, Spears’s true passion is being a mother. “My kids come first in my life, bottom line,” says Spears, 33. Her mom, Lynne, who visits from Louisiana each month, tells People, “I am so proud of my daughter and all her accomplishments, but I am especially proud of the mom she is and the woman she has become.” Finding a balance isn’t always easy, but Spears is thankful she’s able to enjoy both a booming career and a pri- vate life as a soccer mom, girlfriend and devoted daughter. She doesn’t take any of it for granted. Says the megastar:

“I’m very, very blessed.”

‘I’m in a real good place in my life’

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AT HOME WITH BRITNEY AND HER BOYS 1. What advice would Spears give her teenage self? “Be strong,” she says. 2. Spears calls Ebersol’s first meeting with her sons at a neigh- borhood restaurant “really beautiful.” 3. “Love and happiness” is what Spears wants most for her sons. 4. The kids love goofing around on the half-pipe skateboard run in their backyard, which also boasts a pool, trampoline and jungle gym. 5. Spears has a ball with her sons: “They’re at the age where they’re trying to be jokesters.”

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What’s a normal day at home like?

We get up and have breakfast. Eggs, bacon, croissants—yummy stuff.

The kids just got into doing their hair and trying to be cool, which is really funny. Preston wants to be Justin Bieber, and Jayden has this whole

Jim Carrey

sometimes they’ll go to gymnastics, which they love. Or I take them to the skate park. They’re obsessed. We have a half-pipe at the house. They go to a really hard school, and

this week we had three hours of homework [a night]. Some of it is hard for me. Next year when [Preston’s] in fifth grade, he’s going to be doing pre- algebra, and I’m taking classes so I know how to do it! Homework is a priority, and we have a reward system that helps motivate them: If they get so many A’s, they get one toy a month.

Describe their

personalities.

Preston is very opinionated, very expressive, and if he

After school

‘I would love to [get married again]. I believe in the fairy tale

with the dogs. Preston just asked for a high allowance— like $10 a week or $20 a week—but we’ll see.

How would you feel if they wanted to go into the entertainment business?

They’re not passionate about

it. If it’s something they want to do in the future, I would try to steer them away from it. But if they really had a true love for it, then I would help them, since it’s about what that little person wants for their life, you know?

How is Charlie with them?

They relate to him really well, and they have fun together. He’s refreshing to be around and really My assistant introduced us. I saw a picture of him and I thought he was really adorable, and she said he was good people, so I went for it. For our first date he said, “What do you want to do?” and I said, “Cook for me,” so he made fish, mushrooms, avocado with a dressing, and tomatoes and mozzarella. It was amazing. There was something about him that made me feel really peaceful and at ease. And he was really hot too. Adorably hot. For my birthday we made waffles

doesn’t like something, he’s going to tell you. But he has a huge heart, he’s a good kid, and he has manners. It’s been enlightening for me to see him grow- ing and changing. Jayden is sweet, very soft-spoken, kinda funny. He’s

adorable—a mama’s

their plates in the sink and wash them

off; they take out the trash and help

They put

WORK IT! “I just think she’s a really cool girl,” says Spears (left, performing at Planet Hollywood in Vegas) of working with Iggy Azalea (right) on their upcoming single “Pretty Girls,” out May 5. Other dream collaborations? Gwen Stefani, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga.

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on the floor, with candles, and he bought me a real beautiful cake and a beautiful gift that I have on the wall. One of my favorite songs is “Thank U,” by Alanis Morissette, and he put all the words to the song in a long frame. It was really thoughtful.

Would you get married again?

I would love to. I believe in the fairy

hard one. I don’t really

understand love as far as relationships. With my kids it’s just unconditional, and that’s hard to find. It takes two people just loving each other a lot.

Love is a

Unfortunately I haven’t been given that in a really long time. I’m not really the person to ask what it takes to get mar- ried, but personally for me, it’s about loving each other and communicating right and being respectful and honest.

Are you open to having more kids?

I would like to have one more. I am very satisfied with my two boys, but maybe in the future. I would love a mini-me. That would be fun!

Things seem great for you right now.

I’m in a real good place in my life. I have a great show, and I’m able to be

ALL ABOUT CHARLIE EBERSOL The son of actress Susan Saint James and former NBC Sports chairman Dick Ebersol, Spears’s beau is a successful producer active in charity work. Smitten with Spears, he tells PEOPLE she has an “enormous heart.”

BRITNEY’S

FAVORITE THINGS

Spa Days “I love being pampered,” says Spears, who enjoys regular facials, massages and manicures.

Workouts Yoga, swimming, running and hiking help keep her fit. “I run not just for my body but for my mental state,” she says. “I like the way it makes me feel.”

Splurge Foods Ice cream (faves:

pralines and cream and cookie dough), hot dogs and pizza (“I could live on it!”) are guilty pleasures.

TV Time “I love Modern Family and Jane the Virgin!” she says. “Charlie’s into House of Cards, and the kids watch Impractical Jokers— I like that too!”

off every six weeks and I get to indulge in my kids. I get summers off, so we can do fun things like have barbecues. The boys are in such a good stage in their lives. They’re able to think for themselves and are becoming little

people. It’s

happiest I’ve ever been. My priorities are straight: making family No. 1 and being consistent with that and having God in my life.

Did you ever think you’d be this happy?

No, never. Not in my wildest dreams.

I’m the

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AUTHOR

JENNIFER

TEEGE

ADOPTED AS A CHILD, JENNIFER TEEGE RECENTLY DISCOVERED A FAMILY SECRET: HER GRANDFATHER WAS THE MONSTROUS SS OFFICER PLAYED BY RALPH FIENNES IN SCHINDLER’S LIST

THE “NAZI BUTCHER” Goeth (above, in ’45 before he was hanged as a war criminal and, below, played by Fiennes in 1993’s Schindler’s List) picked off the concentration camp’s children with a rifle from his porch. “Nothing explains his cruelty,” says Teege (left).

J ennifer Teege never knew much about her family his- tory. Born in Munich, the daughter of a German mother and a Nigerian father, she was

placed in an orphanage and then foster care before being adopted by her foster parents at age 7. She saw her mother and grandmother sporadically before the adoption, then briefly reconnected with her mom at age 20. So in 2008, when Teege was 38 and working in ad- vertising she came across a book called I Have to Love My Father, Don’t I? The Life Story of Monika Goeth at a library in Hamburg, she instantly recognized the name of the woman who had given birth to her. “Jennifer was trembling,” her husband, Goetz, recalls. Says Teege:

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FAMILY PHOTOS 1. SS officer Goeth. 2. Teege’s grandmother (with one of the dogs Goeth trained to attack prisoners) called her husband “the most important man in her life,” says Teege. 3. The author with adoptive brother Matthias ca. 1980.

“The moment I had that book in my hand, I knew it would give me so many answers.” But those answers

proved, as Teege puts it, “a toxic power” that caused night- mares and a breakdown: The grand- father she never knew—but whose photo she remembers hanging over her belovedgrandmother’sbed—wasAmon Goeth, Nazi commandant of Plaszow concentration camp. Notorious for his

abhorrence of mixing races and for sic- cing his dogs on Jews for sport, Goeth was portrayed by Ralph Fiennes in the movie Schindler’s List. “Has my whole

lifebeenalie?IfeellikeIhavebeentrav-

eling under a false name,” Teege writes in her memoir My Grand-

‘There is

no such

thing as

inherited

guilt’

Irene Kalder, who had held Teege’s hand as a girl and “felt like home,” she says. She can’t reconcile those memories with images of Kalder swanning about Plaszow with Goeth’s killer dogs. “I could never have stayed with him like she did,” Teege says. “But if I say I love her, would it mean that I too close my eyes to what my grandfather did?” Then there was the loathing for Goeth, whose evil was unthinkable to a woman whose college years in Israel included time spent reading to elderly Holocaust survivors. “I just reject him as a person,” says Teege. Promoting her book’s over- seas release, she has reached out to Holocaust survivors and Israelis. While she’s not yet ready to share Goeth’s story with her two young sons (“Maybe when they’re 17 or 18. I still want to protect them”), Teege is finally at peace with her own. “A Nazi gene doesn’t exist,” she says. “We can decide for ourselves who and what we want to be.”

By Sandra Sobieraj Westfall. With Nina Biddle in Hamburg

father Would Have Shot Me. With the help of a thera- pist, Teege, whose adoptive parentshadn’tknownabout herhistory,workedthrough terrible emotions. There was anger at her mother for telling her story to an author but not her daughter. But there was too a feeling of confused betrayal toward the grandmother, Ruth

“My sons will read my book—but not yet,” Teege says.

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HEROES AMONG US

A SON’S DEATH, A NEW MISSION

PHYLLIS AND DARREN SUDMAN HAVE PROVIDED FREE HEART SCREENINGS TO THOUSANDS OF YOUNGSTERS

“My first year grieving I was angry,” says Darren of Simon (right). “Now I’m grateful for the time we had.”

TENYEARSAGOPHYLLISSUDMAN

placed Simon, her bouncy, smiling 3-month-old, in his crib for a nap. “He never woke up,” says Phyllis, 43. Grief-stricken and wanting answers, she and husband Darren called their doctor, who told them, “you should get your hearts checked,” Darren, 44, recalls. They learned Phyllis had a congenital heart defect that, un- treated,couldhavestoppedherheart, just as it apparently did Simon’s. “He saved my life,” Phyllis says. The Sud-

mans,whohaveahealthy12-year-old

daughter, Sally, and son, Jaden, 8,

“Every day I think of him,” says Phyllis (holding Simon’s photo with Darren at Conshohocken Elementary School in Pennsylvania, with screened kids).

have been saving lives ever since.

Raising $1 million for their nonprofit

Simon’sFund(simonsfund.org),Dar-

renandPhyllis—whowasnamedthe 2014 L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth National Honoree—have provided free screenings for nearly 11,000 kids, uncovering treatable heart de- fects in about 100. Drew Harrington, 16, of Radnor, Pa., had a 2011 screen- ing that led to lifesaving corrective surgery. “I feel a connection to that baby boy,” says Drew, a basketball and tennis player. “I’m just really

thankful.” —SANDRA SOBIERAJ WESTFALL

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Dion and Angélil at the Colosseum on March 16.

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CELINE DION

Facing Her Husband’s HealthCrisis

WITH THE SUPPORT OF HER HUSBAND, WHO IS FIGHTING CANCER FOR A THIRD TIME, THE SINGER PREPARES FOR HER RETURN TO THE STAGE

By JENNIFER GARCIA

Photographs by ERIC RAY DAVIDSON

C eline Dion is in her ele- ment. It’s mid-March and she’s onstage at Caesars Palace’s the Colosseum for the first time since her

abrupt hiatus last year, delivering a few bars on a whim and cracking jokes. But at one point she takes a step back to share a quiet moment with her hus- band of 20 years, René Angélil. Holding his face, grown visibly thinner from his ongoing battle with cancer, she whis- pers in his ear in their native French and plants a kiss on his cheek. “I always

remember that saying when you get married: ‘In sickness and in health,’ ” Dion says later. “I am scared of losing

him, because it’s bad

but I have to

show myself, my husband and my kids that I’m strong and we’re okay.” Dion has been working overtime to ensure her family’s well-being, leaving her Las Vegas residency indefinitely in August to be with Angélil, 73, and their three sons, René-Charles, 14, and twins Eddy and Nelson, 4½. “It really took a

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toll,” explains Dion of juggling her career with

caringforherailinghusband,whohadbeenrecov-

ering from throat cancer surgery, and their kids. “When I stopped performing, I wanted to be just

a wife and a mother.” But after some months at

home,theybeganplanninghercomebackbefore

receiving another blow: Angélil’s cancer had come back for a third time. (He was first diag- nosed in 1999.) Yet they decided to move forward with her return—kicking off Aug. 27—at the urg- ing of Angélil. Says Dion, tearing up: “He wants me to sing again, and I want to do this with him.”

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Their

Life

Together

1. In Los Angeles

in 1990. 2. For their 1994 wedding in Quebec, Dion wore a headdress made of 2,000 crystals. 3. Dion, Angélil and René-Charles at Disneyland in 2007.

4. With their children (from left, Nelson, Eddy and René- Charles) at home in Quebec.

5. Dion relaxing

with her boys

4 in the Bahamas last May.

The couple, who began dating when Dion was

20 and Angélil, her manager, was 46, have a mar- riage that has always thrived in adversity. “It’s made us stronger,” she says of their struggles, which, besides Angélil’s health issues, have included a miscarriage, fertility problems and Dion’s own throat illness that sidelined her last year. “We’ve been through a lot and we’re not questioning, ‘What happened and why? And how come again?’ We just have to get through it the best possible way.” Still, she admits, “sick- ness is tough; it’s not something you choose.” Today, Angélil remains unable to speak due to extensive throat surgery, has difficulty hearing because of past radiation treatments and eats

through a feeding tube. Dion’s return to the

stage is just one of several “baby steps” the fam- ily is taking. “You just have to live every day to

the

will bring, so we decided to just go for it.” Days at home in Las Vegas are indeed full— and happy—with the center of their lives being theirthreechildren.“Thetwinsarefinebecause they’re young,” says Dion. “But I’m worried about RC. He understands what’s going on, and

I feel a lot of empathy for him and I want him to

feel like he can talk [about things].” Still, the teenager, who is homeschooled, is thriving and

coming into his own. “RC is very athletic,” says Dion with a proud smile. “He’s playing a lot of golf and hockey. We’re always going to the games supporting him.” As for her vivacious twins, “they go from the pool to the sandbox to the crayons, and then there was potty-training,” she says with a smirk. “That took us a while!” It’s these three energetic faces that give her strength. “They help me to keep busy and stay positive,” she says. “I just can’t sit around and worry.” Even when she has “those days,” it’s about keeping life moving. “I’m enjoying the time I have with them and my mommy life and my wife life. It’s wonderful.”

We don’t know what the future

‘I want to be the wife and mother, but that doesn’t mean I won’t be passionate about music

—CELINE DION

She’s also finding renewed joy in music. “At

onepoint,”saysDion,“itwastoohard”perform-

ing night after night. But with some help from her husband, she has found a way to come to terms with being an entertainer and a wife and a mom. “He was ready before me!” says Dion

with a laugh. “He amazes me. I feel very fortu-

René has a little written

destiny, but what exactly and when, nobody

nate I still have

Back Onstage

When she resumes her Vegas residency in August, Dion will be returning to one of the most profitable tours in America. The ongoing support from fans, Dion says, “is very touching.”

knows, and we’re not waiting for it.” In the weeks and months ahead, they’re looking forward to Easter-egg painting and a busy, fun summer before Dion gets back to work. Envisioning that opening night in August, the singer take a deep breath. “René will be in the audience,” she says. “I promise there will be high, happy notes, but it’s going to be very emotional for me. Music is my passion, and my family is my life.”

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“They were ready for the next phase of their life and ready to raise their little girl,” friend Lynne Mishele says of the couple (in 2012).

A TRUST BETRAYED

FOOD

NETWORK

MURDER

MYSTERY

A pregnant chef and her husband are killed—and their handyman is arrested for the murders

A nytime Cristie Schoen Codd whipped up a batch of her grandma’s craw- fish étouffée—or shrimp créole, or any of the

other Cajun-inspired dishes she learned growing up in Biloxi, Miss.— she always supersized her recipes. “I don’t think she knew how to make food for less than 80 people, because when she thought about sharing her table, it was with everybody,” says Julia Sachs, a close friend. And Cristie, who com- peted on Food Network Star in 2012 and was expecting her first baby—a girl to be named Skylar—in July, had found her perfect match in husband J.T. At Thanksgiving the couple rented out the local community center to host a feast open to all. “J.T. was so open and

Owens (in his March 17 mug shot) gave off “bad energy,” says J.T.’s friend Michael Mendez. Right:

J.T.’s truck (in front of the Codds’ North Carolina home) is removed on March 17.

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trusting with all kinds of people,” says Sachs. That trust may have cost the Codds their lives. The day after relatives reported the couple missing on March 15, police in the tiny

N o r t h C a r o l i n a town of Leicester arrested Robert Jason Owens, a 37-year-old handyman who had been working on the Codds’ property and had even attended their wedding last October. According to warrants released in the case, Owens— who has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder and the murder of an unborn child—told police he “stored and destroyed” the bodies of Cristie, 38, and J.T., 45, at his property a mile from their home, where author- ities said they found human remains in a woodstove. The warrants also revealed that J.T., who worked as a film and TV production grip, was killed when he was struck by his 2008 Dodge Ram pickup while Owens was at the wheel. (Investigators have not shared a motive or Cristie’s cause of death; at press time Owens had not yet entered a plea.) For friends of the bighearted par- ents-to-be, the loss is profound. Spend- ing time with the pair “was like being around the sun,” says pal Perry Sachs. “They had so much love for the world.” With a shared passion for adventure and the outdoors, the couple had left behind their busy lives in California— where Cristie had worked as a caterer and actress—to settle on a lush, 36-acre property with a fixer-upper house and pursue their dreams of running a

‘They had

so much

to do,

so many

plans that

were

unfinished’

—JULIA SACHS,

FRIEND

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1. Guests at the couple’s wedding last October circulated this photo and later were shocked to notice Owens had been in attendance. 2. Cristie on a cooking show pilot. 3. Prosecutors have not said if they will pursue the death penalty for Owens (in court on March 17).

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hydroponic farm and café and raising a

family. “She was ready to have her baby

andrunthefarm,”saysDirkLong,Cris-

tie’s partner in Tree Hugger Catering, which served on-location food for Hol- lywood films. Cristie’s father had begun building a crib, J.T. was cleaning out a room for the nursery, and Cristie “was already stocking up and pressing baby clothes,” Long says. “She was totally organized and just so excited.”

A Missing Teen, a Chilling Link?

Owens is a person of interest in the 2000 disappearance of 18-year-old Zebb Quinn, who worked with him at Walmart, says Yvonne Cobourn, a former police detect- ive turned private investigator. Owens was seen on sur- veillance tape buying soft drinks with Quinn the night the teen disappeared. Asheville police Sgt. Dave Romick calls Owens’s arrest in the Codds’ murders a “significant event” in the Quinn cold case.

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The couple hired Owens—also a per- son of interest in a 2000 missing- persons case (see box)—to help reno- vate their property and gave him some $7,000 to set up his own business. “J.T. was always trying to help the guy who was down on his luck,” says Long. “I said, ‘You can’t do that in the mountains of western North Carolina.’ My opinion is that [Owens] probably asked for more money and Cristie put her foot down.” Now their loved ones are left to imag- ine what might have been. “This town was supposed to be the kind of place that accepted their generosity, where they could sit on the porch and enjoy a quiet cup of coffee,” says friend Lynne Mishele. “That was stolen from them— and their baby girl.”

By Michelle Tauber with Jeff Truesdell in St. Louis and Michaele Ballard in North Carolina

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MALLORY CRAIK

FROM A PUP WHO PAINTS TO A FELINE SUPERMOM AND A MINIATURE THERAPY HORSE (WITH A BADGE!), THESE INCREDIBLE ANIMALS WILL ASTONISH AND INSPIRE

By ANTOINETTE

Y. COULTON

THE PAINTING POOCH Newman shows off his artwork in his Euclid, Minn., studio. (Turn the page to read Newman’s story.)

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AMAZING PETS

Angel is able to detect Hunter’s seizures and bark for help.

“Every painting is different,” says Grunhovd. “It depends on his mood.”

This Dog Can Paint!

NEWMAN | EUCLID, MINN. He’s been called the Canine Picasso. But owner Kaydi Grunhovd, 35, never planned on teaching her 19-month-old mutt to paint. “If he’s not busy, he can be naughty,” she says. “So I taught him little tricks like picking things up with his mouth.” And once he got his teeth on a paint brush, Newman’s talent became clear. (His Etsy shop has already sold out; prices ranged from $25 to $150, with proceeds going to a local shelter.) Grunhovd limits him to weekly studio sessions so that he won’t “burn out.” But, she says, “he has this drive to learn, which is fantastic.”

This Golden Retriever Saved a Boy’s Life

ANGEL | LUNENBURG, MASS. When Sarah Specht came back from a family vacation last fall, she stepped out of the room, leaving her son Hunter, 5, with their new golden retriever Angel. “As I went up the stairs Hunter started having a seizure, and Angel kept barking,” says Specht. Luckily Angel is more than just a lovable pup. She has been trained by the nonprofit 4 Paws for Ability to alert others when Hunter, who suffers from a rare form of epilepsy, has a medical emergency. The 1-year-old canine accompanies Hunter to school, cuddles with him at bedtime—so she can alert Specht to any nighttime seizures—and even calms him down during his regular hospital visits. Because of his condition, “Hunter has difficulty meeting people,” says Specht, 36, a college student. “Now he has a true best friend.”

“Angel loves him and he loves her,” says Specht.

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Degollado connects with Valor (and her trainer Victoria Nodiff-Netanel).

This Mini Horse Is a Sheriff’s Deputy!

VALOR | MALIBU As a new recruit for the Malibu-Lost Hills sheriff's department, 8-month-old Deputy Valor provides comfort for scared kids, like 11-year-old Carlos Degollado (above), who recently traveled to the U.S. from his native Mexico to undergo ear surgery. “This was his first time interacting with any horse, let alone a tiny one he could cuddle,” says Lt. Jennifer Seetoo, who helps spread the word about Valor (who came from the nonprofit Gentle Carousel Miniature Therapy Horses) and her new role on the force. As for Carlos, Valor’s appeal is obvious: “I like her because she is small and has soft hair.”

“She is able to go everywhere the other dogs can,” says Byers.

This Two-Legged Dog Gets Around on Wheels

BUBBLES | KEMPNER, TEXAS The puppy was born with only two legs, but that has never slowed her down. “Initially puppies all scoot around like little worms, so she was getting along just fine,” says owner Trevor Byers, 28, of the now 8-month-old chiweenie (a cross between a Chihuahua and a Dachshund). But to give Bubbles a bit more freedom outside, Byers, a mechanic, used a 3-D printer to develop a custom cart with wheels and straps to support her torso. “She can go up and down our little hills in the backyard,” says Byers. And when the harness comes off inside her home, Bubbles uses her hind legs to hop around on soft surfaces. “She has no problem keeping up, with or without the cart,” Byers says. “She’s always a happy dog no matter what.”

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Winchester, Calif. This 3-year-old pit bull was abandoned after being used as “bait” during dog fights. When Tracy Lystra, 40, adopted him last December, “I didn’t expect him to live through the night.” But after weekly vet visits, his scars have faded, and he’s up to a healthy 60 lbs. “It really is a miracle.”

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“Once she knows you won’t hurt her, she develops a very loving connection,” says Hart.

Angel Palmdale, Calif. The German shepherd mix was found emaciated and dehydrated in the street last December. “Angel was only 11 lbs. and barely alive when she came to Rescue from the Hart,” says Annie Hart, founder of the organization that oversaw Angel’s five- week hospitalization. Now weighing in at 33 lbs., the 15-month-old is available for adoption (for info, go to rescuefromthehart.org). Adds Hart: “It’s been a truly beautiful process to see her come out of her shell and learn to be happy.”

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SERAPHINA | MOORESVILLE, N.C. When two newborn Rottweilers were abandoned by their mother, Seraphina rushed in to nurse them. The twist? Seraphina’s not another canine mom; she’s an 18-month-old tabby. “She’d just had a tiny litter of three kittens, so we decided it doesn’t hurt to try,” says Lori Root, director of the Humane Society of Iredell County. “Seraphina immediately took to them. It was beautiful.” The growing pups, Wyatt and Willow, need feedings every two hours, so the center still supple- ments with bottles. In a few weeks they’ll be big enough to be weaned—and adopted! In the meantime, says Root, “she takes very good care of those babies.”

“We’re lucky that animals are so adaptable,” says Root.

THESE HERO PETS MADE HEADLINES THIS YEAR

THE WHITE HOUSE HEROES

Where was Bo? Secret Service dogs Hurricane and Jordan helped to quickly pin down an intruder who jumped over the White House fence last October. The highly trained Belgian Malinois K-9s suffered minor bruising but were universally heralded for their heroism.

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As officer John Gonzalez patrolled Germantown, Wis., in February, a barking black Labrador caught his attention. The dog, John Boy, led Gonzalez to a house, where its owner (who reportedly had a heart condition) was found unconscious. She was rushed to the hospital and stabilized. Good boy, John Boy!

THE CAT THAT SAVED A BABY FROM FREEZING

In January a stray feline in Obninsk, Russia, saved the life of a baby boy left in a box on a cold stairwell. The cat, described by locals who fed her as quiet and friendly, meowed to attract the attention of passersby and snuggled beside the tot until he was rescued.

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THE CHEF AND OWNER OF GOOD STUFF EATERY IN CHICAGO SERVES UP A HOLIDAY DISH YOU’LL COME BACK TO AGAIN AND AGAIN

4 sprigs thyme

2 sprigs rosemary, chopped

5 garlic cloves, smashed

tsp. ground cumin tsp. cayenne pepper cup extra-virgin olive oil lbs. lamb loin chops tsp. kosher salt tsp. ground black pepper

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1. In a large bowl, combine

first five ingredients. Add the olive oil and whisk to com- bine. Place the lamb chops in

a gallon-size plastic storage bag. Pour the marinade into the bag, seal, and toss to combine. Let the chops marinate in the fridge for 2 hours, or up to overnight.

2. Preheat a grill or grill pan

over medium-high heat. Remove the lamb from the marinade and pat to dry. Season both sides with the salt and pepper. Place the chops on the grill, reduce the heat to medium, and cover. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes, flip the meat, and cover to cook for another 3 to 4 min- utes. Serve with lemon crema (see right). Serves: 4 Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes

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Lemon Crema

Combine 1 2 cup Greek yogurt, 1 tbsp. sour cream, 1 tbsp. lemon juice, 1 2 tsp. lemon zest and 1 2 tsp. honey in a large bowl. Season with 1 2 tsp. salt and 1 4 tsp. ground black pepper, and whisk well to combine.

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1

cup loosely packed basil leaves

1

cup loosely packed mint leaves

9

tbsp. extra-virgin

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olive oil, divided tsp. grated lemon zest

 

1

tbsp. lemon juice

1

tsp. kosher salt, divided

4

thick slices ciabatta bread

2

tbsp. minced shallots

1

tsp. minced garlic

1 1 2

cups fresh English peas

 

4

oz. burrata or fresh mozzarella, at room temperature

1

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tsp. ground black pepper

 

1

4

cup grated Parmesan cheese

1. In a food processor, com-

bine the basil, mint, 5 tbsp. oil, lemon zest, lemon juice and

1 4 tsp. salt, and process until nearly smooth, about

1 minute. Leave the mixture in the food processor.

2. Heat a grill or grill pan over

medium-high heat. Drizzle

2 tbsp. oil over both sides of

the ciabatta and season with

1 2 tsp. salt. Grill the bread for about 3 minutes per side, or until lightly toasted

and grill marks form. Transfer to a serving platter.

3. In a skillet over medium

heat, add the remaining

2 tbsp. oil, then add the

shallots and garlic; sauté for

2 to 3 minutes, or until tender and translucent. Add the peas and cook for 3 to

5 minutes, or until they are cooked through but still

bright green and crisp-tender. Remove from heat.

4. Place one half of the warm

pea mixture into a large bowl, and add the other half to the pesto in the food processor.

Pulse 12 to 15 times until the peas are coarsely chopped. Transfer the chopped peas mixture to the bowl of whole peas and fold to combine.

5. Divide the burrata or

mozzarella among the ciabatta slices, and season with salt and pepper. Spoon the pesto on top, sprinkle with Parmesan, and serve immediately. Serves: 4 Prep time: 20 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes

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ingredients, alternating

confectioners’ sugar

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8-by-4-in. loaf pan.

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together until smooth.

cup unsalted butter,

2.

Whisk the flour, baking

combined.

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softened

powder and salt together

3.

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cake, and sprinkle with

cup sugar

in a medium bowl, and

the loaf pan, and bake

a little orange zest

eggs, at room temperature tsp. vanilla extract

set aside. Using a mixer on medium speed, cream the butter and

for 40 to 45 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out

before serving. Serves: 6-8 Prep time: 15 minutes,

cup fresh orange juice, divided

sugar together until light and fluffy. Beat in the

clean. Cool in the pan for 10 minutes, then remove

plus cooling Cook time: 45 minutes

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EVA MENDES MY STYLE RULES

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it

torturous!”).

Look for inspiration in unlikely places “If I see a Goodwill or a Salvation Army, it’s so much

wear ladylike She’s joked about steering clear of sweatpants at home and prefers loose dresses to denim. “I find them

so much more comfortable than jeans. Obviously I’ve worn jeans in the past, but it was because all my dresses were dirty!” Have a go-to look “I know what fits and I know

what I like, even down to my makeup,” says Mendes, who takes just 10 minutes to get ready, even after giving birth in September to Esmeralda, her

daughter with boyfriend Ryan Gosling. “I don’t always look put- together, and that’s okay. I don’t put pressure on myself.”

When the star is designing for New York & Company, “it’s just clothes exploding everywhere!” she tells PEOPLE. “We bring in vintage stuff and a lot from my own closet.” She also listens to her customers: “I read the comments on the [brand’s] Facebook page.” In one case, too-billowy sleeves got the boot. “I was like, ‘I hear you, I’m not doing that again!’”

Find a signature accessory “38 years later and still holding strong on the head-wrap comeback,” she wrote on Instagram of this childhood pic. It’s her fallback: “When in doubt, I put my hair in a head scarf and I’m out the door!”

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