Jake Gyllenhaal has been salving his broken heart since breaking up with Reese Witherspoon by hanging out with his guys, first in Big Sur, California, and then at New York's Smyth Tribeca hotel.
At the moment it doesn't appear as though Brittany Murphy updated her will after her wedding to Simon Monjack (makes sense; what honeymooning, relatively healthy 32-year-old makes that a huge priority?). So as it currently stands, Brittany Murphy's mom Sharon Murphy will get everything: Brittany's home and her entire estate.
In many ways, this recent Tiger Woods rumor makes sense. He's been in hiding for a while now, and his wife is definitely planning her well-orchestrated escape with the mistress count hanging at 15-ish. Why wouldn't he seek solace in the arms of another woman yet again?
During a recent appearance on The Late Show, Robert Downey Jr. joked with David Letterman about the possibility that Sherlock Holmes—the famous sleuth he portrays in Guy Ritchie's latest film—might have been gay. When Letterman asked Robert if he thought Holmes and Watson (Jude Law) were partners in more ways than one, the quirky actor answered, "Why don't we observe the clip and let the audience decide if he just happens to be a very butch homosexual?" According to PopEater, the studio isn't too happy about Robert's innuendos and are worried that he's misrepresenting the film. An insider explained,
Pregnant Tila Tequila says that she's planning to help her fiancee, crazy heiress Casey Johnson, regain custody of her adopted three-year-old daughter, Ava.
Today, PopEater announced that—in a poll asking readers for their favorite celebrity couple of the year—the votes resoundingly poured in for Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi. Which is no surprise to us. We've always wished that the dance-loving, sneakers-wearing DeGeneres was our BFF, and we've had a not-so-secret girlcrush on de Rossi since Ally McBeal. Their journey to the altar has also been a source inspiration and joy and, to put it simply, their love story gives us the warm fuzzies. But are they the only couple we'd like to plan a couple date with? Who else would we invite to our place for wine, cheese, and horror flicks?
Amy Winehouse's once and future husband, Blake Fielder-Civil is out of rehab and back into her life... "free of drugs and more responsible now," he says to the UK's The Sun. They only ever ended things, he argued, because of pressure from their parents.
Three months after their initial separation, and on the very same day that Dean Sheremet filed for divorce (December 18th), he and soon-to-be ex-wife LeAnn Rimes reached a confidential divorce settlement, according to People.
Former American Idol and current country queen Carrie Underwood just got engaged—and she does know the guy's last name. It's Fisher, as in Mike Fisher, the Ottawa Senators' hottie center. The news of the engagement was confirmed yesterday morning, after rumors started on Sunday when a friend of Carrie's family pre-emptively tweeted her congratulations to the happy couple. Some people should just not have Twitter accounts. We wish Carrie and Mike all the best!
Kevin Jonas gave his family another reason to celebrate this month, marrying his girlfriend, Danielle Deleasa, in New York on Saturday.