Zeta-Jones, Douglas taking time apart

NEW YORK — A spokeswoman for Catherine Zeta-Jones says the actress and her husband, Michael Douglas, “are taking some time apart to evaluate and work on their marriage.”

Publicist Cece Yorke said in an email to The Associated Press that there would be no further comment. A phone call to a representative for Douglas wasn’t immediately returned.

People magazine, citing unnamed sources, first reported that Zeta-Jones and Douglas had decided to spend time apart.

Zeta-Jones, 43, and Douglas, 68, were married in 2000. They have two children. He battled throat cancer in 2010.

Dewan-Tatum juggling new TV show and baby

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Jenna Dewan-Tatum is juggling a new TV series and a new baby while getting little sleep like a lot of working moms.

The actress said her husband, actor Channing Tatum, visits the Vancouver, British Columbia, location of her Lifetime series “Witches of East End” to help out with the baby. The show debuts this fall.

Everly Tatum was born May 31 in London, where her father was filming the movie “Jupiter Ascending.” Dewan-Tatum said the couple has a rule about not going more than two or three weeks without seeing each other.

“We don’t break it,” she said. “Channing has been amazing. He’s working at the same time, but we prepared for it.”

“Witches of East End” has a female-centric cast, including Julia Ormond, and Dewan-Tatum said she’s getting plenty of support. She said she is breastfeeding and producers have been flexible with her schedule.

ABBA items bring in money, money, money

STOCKHOLM — A fan of the Swedish pop group ABBA saw the money, money, money roll in as his collection of more than 25,000 ABBA albums, posters and other memorabilia was sold at an auction house in Stockholm.

Stockholms Auktionsverk recently said private collector Thomas Nordin’s stash of ABBA items sold for $86,000.

A rare vinyl from 1981 fetched $7,905, and a purple ABBA baseball jacket was sold for $5,833.

Bidders from around the world also went for ABBA Barbie dolls, bags, soaps, clogs, posters and an extensive collection of newspaper clippings.

The group is famous for songs such as “Money, Money, Money” and “Dancing Queen.”

Associated Press