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Marc Anthony set the record straight on his split with Jennifer Lopez in an interview with ABC.

According to the Associated Press, Mr. Anthony told ABC’s “Nightline” that the crumbling of their marriage “wasn’t something sensationalistic.”

Tabloids have claimed Mr. Anthony was unfaithful, but he said the truth is the union no longer worked. He also said the decision was mutual.

The pair announced their split in July after seven years of marriage. They have 3-year-old twins named Max and Emme.

Mr. Anthony said he wants to move forward with his life and career. He summarized his situation as “not a funeral, not a burial.”

‘Who’s the Boss?’ star welcomes baby boy

Alyssa Milano is a mom.

According to the Associated Press, a publicist for the 38-year-old actress said Miss Milano gave birth to a 7-pound baby boy Wednesday morning: Milo Thomas Bugliari.

This is the first child for Miss Milano and her husband, David Bugliari, who wed in August 2009.

Miss Milano wrote on her Twitter page Wednesday that her heart “has tripled in size” and that she loves her new son “more than all the leaves on all the trees.”

Miss Milano starred in TV’s “Who’s the Boss?” and “Charmed” and can be seen next on the screen in the ensemble comedy “New Year’s Eve.” Mr. Bugliari is an agent with Creative Artists Agency.

Hulu offers Japan video-streaming service

Online video service Hulu has begun streaming movies and television shows in Japan in its first expansion outside the United States, according to Agence France-Presse.

Hulu, a joint venture of the Walt Disney Co., NBC Universal, News Corp. and Providence Equity Partners, a private equity firm, said the popular video service will cost Japanese subscribers $19 a month.

Unlike in the United States, where Hulu provides both free and premium services, the offering in Japan is subscription-only.

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