It seems that Katie is taking steps toward becoming a mother for the second time.
David Beckham tore his left Achilles tendon in a game Sunday, and will probably miss the World Cup, which begins in June. His wife, Victoria, flew from LA today to be with him.
Perhaps most vexing to Elizabeth — besides the fact that Rielle comes across as the likable, charismatic yang to her yin, besides the mother with child come hither posturing — would be the unsolicited love and relationship advice that peppers the 10-page interview. "Being is free," when it comes to love, and Rielle will show you how... how to approach a man, treat him like a man, nurture a trusting relationship and deal with outside dynamics, i.e. his wife. Below, some tidbits of relational truth:
Howard Stern is declaring that Gabourey Sidibe will never work again because of her size. Therefore, we've put together a list of six gorgeous, talented women in Hollywood whose weight didn't stop them from becoming acclaimed, bankable stars.
Haiti native Wyclef Jean has done a lot of great work on behalf of his ravaged homeland since the January earthquake, including raising over $1 million in charitable donations and helping with relief efforts on site. However, Gawker has reported in the past about Wyclef's "financial shenanigans" within his charitable foundation, Yele Haiti, and the latest news is that the hip hop star has paid out quite a large chunk of the foundation's money to his mistress, Zakiya Khatou-Chevassus.
We know there's no explaining attraction, and we know that love is blind, but all of the platitudes in the world can't excuse the train wreck that is a tinsel town mismatch
Zoe Saldana tells the April issue of Essence magazine that she really likes having sex, which does not surprise us at all, as she's young, gorgeous, and, as we saw in Center Stage, very flexible.
Billy Corgan thinks Jessica Simpson is worth loving. That's why he was so hopping mad about the unnecessarily sexualized comments John Mayer made about his friend that is a girl, the lovely and lovable Ms. Simpson, that he sat down with Rolling Stone magazine to talk about the guitarists career suicide.
Mel Gibson does not want the woman who bore him his eighth child, the beautiful but Eastern Orthodox Oksana Grigorieva, to face a future of eternal damnation like his first wife, the Episcopalian Robyn Gibson, surely will — that's why he's having her learn the doctrines and traditions of his pre-Vatican II church sect before they tie the knot later this year in his super-private, personally financed, non-inclusive church.
Since Jeremy Renner doesn't seem to be dating anyone publicly, the Enquirer has decided to go the old, tried-and-true "maybe he's gay" route. Jeremy should probably feel honored, because the tabloids don't toss around gay rumors about just anyone—only attractive, single, successful men. So, how did Jeremy set off the Enquirer's gaydar? He likes to sing and dance.