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EDDIE MURPHY IS ENGAGED TO MOVIE PRODUCER

In a move sure to make Melanie Brown's attorney light up like a Christmas tree, People reports that Eddie Murphy is engaged to his movie producer girlfriend, Tracey Edmonds. "Tracey and Eddie were engaged last Wednesday," Edmonds' personal assistant told the magazine. "Tracey and Eddie are both very much in love and are excited about spending the rest of their lives together." Pre-engagement this month, Edmonds, who started dating Murphy last fall, had to shoot down rumors that they had split after a paternity dispute between Murphy and ex-Spice Girlfriend Mel B., who gave birth to a daughter, Angel, in April. Murphy had said he wasn't sure he was the father; a paternity test showed that he is, according to Brown's camp.

Custody question

Britney Spears' marriage to Kevin Federline officially ended Monday, with the final papers mandating continued 50-50 custody of their two young sons, according to reports. But celebrity Web site TMZ.com said that neither wild and wacky Spears nor Federline is happy with the custody arrangement and that he will go to court ASAP to ask for full custody of Sean Preston, 22 months, and Jayden James, 10 months. As for alimony, Spears' attorney, Laura Wasser, said that information won't be made public. "Most of that tracks the prenup," she told the Associated Press without elaborating.

Calendar

To do

Whet Your Appetite Spotlight Tour: This half-hour tour at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg focuses on "the beautiful people" as a theme in the museum's collection of fine art. 11:30 a.m., Museum of Fine Arts, 255 Beach Drive, St. Petersburg. Museum admission $8, $7 seniors, $4 students; tour is free. (727) 896-2667.

To watch

Eureka, 9 p.m., Sci-Fi: Don't you hate it when you get conked on the head and wake up in a parallel universe? So does Carter.

The Bronx Is Burning, 10 p.m., ESPN: There's a blackout just as Steinbrenner decides to fire his manager. Coincidence?

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