Debbie Rowe testifies, Prince William makes first post-baby appearance
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 - 01:20
Aug. 14 - The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Debbie Rowe testifies in Jackson wrongful death trial, Matt Damon visits Seoul and Prince William makes first appearance post-baby. John Russell reports.
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Michael Jackson's ex-wife testified on Wednesday (August 14) in the wrongful death lawsuit brought by the late singer's family against concert promoter AEG Live. Debbie Rowe told jurors that Jackson struggled with a fear of pain.
Rowe has rarely spoken publicly about Jackson and cried during parts of her testimony. She said the singer was treated for several ailments, including lupus and severe scarring from burns on his head.
Rowe was married to Jackson from 1996 to 1999 and is the mother of his two eldest children, Prince and Paris. Rowe has no custody over the children, who live with their grandmother, Katherine Jackson.
Matt Damon made his first visit to South Korea on Wednesday (August 14) to promote his latest sci-fi flick "Elysium".
Damon, who received a warm welcome from fans, is well known in the country for his film "Good Will Hunting" in 1997 and his involvement in the "Bourne" action film franchise.
"Elysium" launches on August 29 in South Korea.
In his first public appearance since the birth of his baby, Prince William spoke of the challenges of fatherhood during a visit to a country show in North Wales on Wednesday (August 14). He told crowds at the agricultural show that baby George was "pretty loud and of course extremely good-looking." William is due to end his stint on Anglesey as a Royal Air Force search and rescue pilot next month.
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