She's a former first daughter, but Chelsea Clinton's wedding guest list is fit for a queen.
President Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Barbra Streisand and ex-British Prime Minister John Major are among the 500 people asked to watch Chelsea marry Marc Mezvinsky on July 31 in upstate Rhinebeck, N.Y.
The guest list also includes filmmaker Steven Spielberg and his wife, Kate Capshaw , and media mogul Ted Turner , all according to the Hudson Valley News.
Manhattan socialite Denise Rich, ex-wife of fugitive financier Marc Rich, who won an 11th-hour pardon from then-President Bill Clinton , is also among the invitees.
The Hudson Valley News reported that Obama would likely travel to Stewart Airport in Newburgh aboard Air Force One and then take Marine One into Rhinebeck. But White House spokesman Robert Gibbs refused to say if Obama was planning to attend the nuptials.
The only child of former President Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton plans to wed Mezvinsky at the palatial Astor Court estate, the former home of John Jacob Astor 4th, a tycoon who died aboard the Titanic.
Ferguson to be a dad
Talk-show host Craig Ferguson and his wife are expecting a child.
The late-night star made the announcement Wednesday with a Twitter post that quipped: "Holy crackers! Mrs F is pregnant. How did that happen? ... oh yeah I know how."
The due date, he added vaguely, is 2011.
The 48-year-old host of CBS's "The Late Late Show" is married to art dealer Megan Wallace Cunningham. He has a son, Milo, from a previous marriage.
Donovan returning to Broadway
Tate Donovan will return to Broadway this coming season in "Good People," a new play by David Lindsay-Abaire.
Donovan will star alongside Oscar winner Frances McDormand .
Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan will direct the play about the hopes and struggles of making it in America. Sullivan and Lindsay-Abaire's "Rabbit Hole" earned a Tony Award and garnered Lindsay-Abaire the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 2007.
The Manhattan Theater Club production begins previews in February, with opening night set for March 3.
Donovan is known for his television performances on "Damages" and "The O.C." His last Broadway appearance was in 1999, when he starred alongside Judi Dench in "Amy's View."
Keys recruits artists for charity ball
Alicia Keys, Jay-Z and Sade Adu will join musical forces later this year for charity.
Keys has recruited the performers for her charity's annual Black Ball on Sept. 30 at New York's Hammerstein Ball. Keys will also hit the stage.
The foundation, Keep a Child Alive, is celebrating its seventh year. The organization assists children and families affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India.
The 29-year-old Keys is expecting her first child with producer-rapper Swizz Beatz .
Another year older
Today's birthdays: Violinist Pinchas Zukerman , 62... actor-singer Ruben Blades , 62... playwright Tony Kushner , 54... dancer Michael Flatley , 52 ... actress Phoebe Cates , 47... actor-comedian Will Ferrell , 43... actress Rain Pryor , 41 ... actor Corey Feldman , 39... actor Mark Indelicato , 16.