Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas Is a Dad-To-Be

Looks like Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas will have an addition to his pod: He is expecting his first child with his fashion publicist wife, Jaymie.

His rep confirms to PEOPLE that Jaymie, 29 – who wed Taboo last July – is due this summer.

Taboo (real name: Jamie Gomez) won’t be a first-time father: He has a teenage son, Joshua, with a former girlfriend.

Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas Weds

Black Eyed Peas rapper Taboo and fiancé Jaymie Dizon were married on Saturday, their rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.

Taboo (real name: Jaime Gomez) and fashion publicist Dizon, 29, were married in front of about 150 guests at St. Andrews Catholic Church in Pasadena, Calif., Erin Calhoun-Dulaney says, two days before the rapper’s 33rd birthday.

Guests included the groom’s Black Eyed Peas bandmates, Apl de ap as groomsmen, and Fergie, accompanied by fiancé Josh Duhamel. Best man was his childhood friend and manager Polo Molina.

Taboo of Black Eyed Peas Arrested for DUI

Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas was arrested near Los Angeles for driving under the influence, police said Wednesday.

Taboo, whose real name is Jaime Luis Gomez, 31, was driving alone Tuesday morning in the City of Industry when he was involved in a minor traffic accident, says sheriff’s Sgt. Ernie Bedoya.

“When police arrived on the scene, they determined that Gomez was driving under the influence,” Bedoya says. “He also identified himself as being a member of the Black Eyed Peas. He was cooperative and was arrested without incident.”

NEWS BRIEFS: Grammy Ratings Jump

BOOSTED: For all the outcry over Janet Jackson’s flashed flesh at the Super Bowl, people aren’t turning off their televisions. The 46th annual Grammy Awards, which for the first time in history was broadcast using a tape delay, proved to be the most-watched Grammy telecast since 2001 and was up 6 percent from last year’s awards, reports Reuters. More than 26 million viewers tuned in for the CBS telecast from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Rosie Pulls Plug on Her Broadway Baby

“Taboo,” the critically battered Boy George musical produced on Broadway by Rosie O’Donnell, will bring down its curtain for good on Feb. 8, losing all of its well-known producer’s $10 million investment, according to published reports.

When the show opened – to extremely negative reviews – on Nov. 13, O’Donnell, 41, told reporters, “If people really want to see what I’m all about, they should go see this show.”

But, apparently, nobody really cared to see what she was all about.