Good Morning, America. Sandra Bullock today has announced in People magazine that she is divorcing Jesse James and adopting her recently-announced new son Louis as a single mom. Her decision, Jesse says, "has left a huge hole in my heart." Below is his full statement.
Tiki Barber, last seen abandoning his eight-months-pregnant-with-twins wife of 11 years for a 23-year-old NBC intern, is now lowballing wife Ginny on support for her and their children. We weren't sure Tiki could behave much worse after the whole taking-his-mistress-to-the-Olympics thing, but, well, he has.
Randy and Evi Quaid have been married for 20+ years and have two beautiful children between them. But their long-time romantic partnership isn't the only thing that sets them apart in Hollywood— it's also their reoccurring roles as partners in crime and crazy that make them truly special. Let us begin...
Who doesn't love great sex? Thanks to a new book about it, you can figure out whom you'll have the most chemistry with, or learn how to love up the one you're with, based on both your zodiac signs. Appropriately titled The Astrology of Great Sex, Myrna Lamb's book bears the subtitle "Discover Your Lover's—And Your Own—Deepest Desires". Enticing, right? It is, and it's also pretty accurate and incisive. As a professional astrologer myself, I can say that: You'll be impressed by how much of what turns you on, and gets you off, can be determined by the day you were born. Which gave us a thought: Besides flipping through to see how your exes stack up, couldn't this also give us invaluable insight into celeb couples' lives between the sheets? As it turns out, some of those gossipy stories that didn't seem to make much sense before, suddenly will! Read on, and you'll see what we mean.
Now we know why Silda Spitzer stood by her man Eliot: she believed that her husband's hooker-banging was her fault. "The wife is supposed to take care of the sex. This is my failing,'' she is quoted as saying in Peter Elkind's new book The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer. "I wasn't adequate." Le sigh. Guess a J.D. from Harvard Law isn't enough to purge a victim's guilt for the perpetrator's crime. But hold on for a second. What responsibility does the wife bear for her husband's infidelities? (Or a husband for his wife's?) The "politically correct" answer would be "zero," but is it the truth?
Jenna Jameson's live-in boyfriend Tito Ortiz was arrested Monday morning on domestic violence charges, after officers responded to a 911 call by the former porn star's father. Jenna says that Tito Ortiz assaulted her, but the ultimate fighter claims that she fell while high on Oxycontin.
Will the Sandra Bullock and Jesse James sex scandal saga never end? Despite Sandra's best efforts to stay under the radar, it looks like the paparazzi never fail to capture every small step Jesse James and Sandra take towards divorce, as they slowly untangle their lives from each other. First, Sandra was photographed without her wedding ring earlier this month, and now, Jesse James is out of rehab and has been spotted without his wedding ring too at the Seal Beach, Calif. house they once shared.
Musician and reality-TV star Bret Michaels was hospitalized Thursday with a life-threatening brain hemorrhage, and he remains in the intensive care unit. While we wait and see what will happen with Bret's health, let’s take a look back at some of the romances he's had in his life. Have you heard? Every rose has its thorn.
Melissa Smith, aka Jesse James mistress #2, aka not the tattooed Nazi one, has faxed Sandra Bullock a seemingly heartfelt apology. "My actions of engaging with a married man are unforgivable," she writes, adding: "Please contact me if you wish to discuss on the phone or in person." Question: If you strip the celebrity out of the scandal, do you think that the mistress's apology is out of line? Do you think that it would help a woman scorned to talk it out with the other woman? Should Sandra forgive Melissa Smith?
In an upcoming interview with Elle magazine, the once-noted lothario Michael Douglas dishes about all the sex he had as a young whipper snapper. While completely avoiding all talk of his son's legal troubles and subsequent jail time, Douglas spends most of the interview fondly recalling the times he had enough stamina to hold down two ladies a night. He then goes on to drop a Mrs. Robinson bomb, admitting that two women nearly twice his sixteen years taught him everything thing he needed to know about women, two at a time or otherwise. "I was 16, they were 30..." and "friends of my mother's," says the now 65-year-old actor about the day he presumably was coerced into group sex with family friends.