Aaliyah in 2000. (Rose Prouser/Reuters)

A mix of this morning’s entertainment headlines...

Aaliyah is being remembered Thursday 10 years after her untimely death in a plane crash. The singer-actress was 22.

BET will air “Aaliyah: One in a Million,” a one-hour special featuring interviews from the late stars’s friends and family, tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern. (BET)

Read Aaliyah’s obituary from the Washington Post here.

Hustler is claiming it’s in possession of a sex tape involving Rihanna and rapper J. Cole, a report the singer denies. “We don't believe U, U need more people...AND of course an actual sextape! #slownewsday,” the “Umbrella” singer tweeted.

Hustler is sticking to their guns, but told E!, “We have not made any decisions about what we are to do with it yet.” That’s convenient. (E!)

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith were spotted together smiling. And nothing says “We’re not getting divorced!” like a big grin. (TMZ)

Michael Showers, an actor who had a small role on HBO’s “Treme,” was found dead in the Mississippi River. He was 45. (The Times-Picayune)

Al Pacino thanked rappers and “hip-hop people” for helping make “Scarface” popular again. (MTV)

After the jump, find out which father-to-be may be taking on a big film project and which “Talk” co-host has split from their partner.

Ben Affleck is reportedly set to direct, produce and act in a film called “Line of Sight.” How he will balance this with a third child on the way is anybody’s guess. (Vulture)

Sara Gilbert, co-host of “The Talk,” and her partner Allison Adler have split. They will share custody of their two kids, Levi and Sawyer. The “Roseanne” actor’s rep called the breakup “completely amicable.” (People)

Redmond O’Neal, son of actor Ryan O’Neal and the late Farrah Fawcett, pleaded no contest to felony gun and heroin posssion. He was sentenced to one year in a treatment facility. (People)

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick were told what to say on camera during Kim Kardashian’s wedding. I know, take a moment to get over the shock. (TMZ)

Watch those darn “ Glee ” kids perform David Bowie’s “Fashion” ahead of Vogue’s “Fashion’s Night Out,” which they are hosting. You can’t escape the “Glee!”