Rumors are swirling behind the scenes that Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel might not be doing as well as they appear.
Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhaal are rumored to be engaged and planning a wedding.
Guy Ritchie was recently spotted having dinner with supermodel Elle Macpherson. Are they dating?
Bruce Willis is a lot of things. Action star, dad, indulgent ex-husband but he's also a great lover of women. And he's decided, it appears, to take his love of his current woman one step further: down the aisle. It looks like Bruce Willis and girlfriend Emma Heming are having a Caribbean wedding this week. Let the good times roll.
Natasha Richardson passes away, bringing the great love story of her life with actor Liam Neeson to a tragic end.
Despite his battle against pancreatic cancer, Patrick Swayze is determined to carry on with life as usual, with Lisa Niemi, his wife of 34 years, at his side.
Sometimes when you meet on the set of a movie with romantic elements you can't help but really fall in love. That was the case on All's Faire In Love. Christina Ricci met comedic actor Owen Benjamin and the rest was, as someone says, fun times. Ideally, whatever Renaissance Fair magic sparked their on-set romance will continue in regular life.
LeAnn Rimes is rumored to be having an affair with her Lifetime movie co-star, Eddie Cibrian.
Rumor has it that Chris Brown and Rihanna are taking a break from their relationship.
Breakups suck. And when you're in the midst of one, it often feels as though no one in the world could possibly understand your anguish. But rest assured, gentle readers: almost everyone can. Indeed, anyone who's ever been in love has experienced heartache, including Marilyn Monroe. And Halle Berry. And the commander-in-chief of Alaska. So lick those wounds, broken-hearted beauties, and learn a few lessons from some of the rich and famous who've been through the ringer, and managed to survive.