Michelle Obama writes

about miscarriage, Trump

Michelle Obama says she felt alone after a miscarriage 20 years ago and she and Barack Obama underwent fertility treatments to conceive their two daughters, according to her upcoming memoir.

In some of her most extensive public comments on her White House years, the former first lady also lets her fury fly over President Donald Trump's "bigotry and xenophobia" — dangerous, deliberate rhetoric, she wrote, that risked her family's safety.

"For this," she writes, "I'd never forgive him."

But it's her deeply personal account of her marriage to the future president that shed new light on the Ivy League-educated couple's early struggle with issues of family, ambition and public life.

"Becoming" is set for release Tuesday.

John Mellencamp, Meg Ryan

have a hand to hold on to 

Here's a little ditty 'bout John and Meg.

Singer John Mellencamp and actress Meg Ryan are getting married.

The 56-year-old announced her engagement to the 67-year-old musician on Instagram. "ENGAGED!" is what she wrote. The post included a drawing of what appears to be the two holding hands.

They've been dating on and off since 2010.

Ryan was previously married to actor Dennis Quaid, while Mellencamp has been married three times.

Celebrities forced to flee

massive California wildfire

As about 90,000 people were forced to flee a 10,000-acre wildfire Friday, celebrities from communities including Calabasas, Malibu and elsewhere found themselves in the thick of those forced from their homes.

Alyssa Milano and Guillermo del Toro gave status updates and expressed their thanks.

Caitlyn Jenner wasn’t as lucky, with TMZ reporting Friday that she’d lost her home in Malibu.

“[T]he gift of life remains,” director Del Toro tweeted Friday.

Actors Rainn Wilson and Eddie McClintock, and musician Melissa Etheridge were displaced Thursday as well.