Evan Rachel Wood confirmed in a recent interview that her relationship with Marilyn Manson is back on.
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo might be headed for heartbreak as breakup rumors plague the couple.
Tennis ace Andy Roddick is following his ex-flame Mandy Moore into matrimonial bliss, according to People magazine. The celebration of his marriage to his girlfriend of two years, model Brooklyn Decker, is scheduled to last two days near his home in Austin, Texas, this weekend. "We feel lucky to have found one another," Roddick told People when the couple got engaged last year. Roddick and Decker met when he saw her picture in a magazine and asked his agent to introduce them, which we hear is also how Antony and Cleopatra first made the magic happen.
The best-dressed star and mother of two has expressed an interest in having another baby now that son Moses has turned 3.
Page Six and Gawker are concerned about the future of the Chicago Bears. It appears that noted New York blogger, Julia Allison was seen getting frisky with Bears' new quarterback Jay Cutler. You may remember Jay Cutler from his debacle involving the Denver Broncos. Julia Allison, on the other hand, you probably know from Twitter.
Lindsay Lohan is hoping the world will laugh with her as she records an eHarmony parody for funnyordie.com
In her new book, I'll Scream Later, Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin reveals that her relationship with actor William Hurt was physically abusive. In an interview
Mel Gibson might have to write a check for the largest divorce settlement in Hollywood history.
Martina Navratilova is undergoing a wicked breakup from girlfriend Toni Layton. The two dated for eight years and when they split Navratilova offered a settlement of $200,000. Layton felt she deserved more and is threatening suit (and blackmail). We suppose that it's not a divorce because Florida doesn't recognized gay marriage but it feels a lot like a divorce.
When news broke last month of a fling LeAnn Rimes had with her costar, Eddie Cibrian, on the set of the Lifetime movie Northern Lights, Rimes chalked it up to just another part of being a public figure, she told Us Weekly. "I've grown up in the press my whole life," she said. "I think people are fascinated with my personal life. And I totally get it." Rimes has a new book, What I Cannot Change, on sale April 14, and a single of the same name. She married dancer Dean Sheremet in 2002, when she was 19. Some have blamed the alleged affair on the seven-year itch, or to how young both were when they tied the knot (Sheremet was 21).