On last week's episode of Entourage, Jamie-Lynn Sigler threw a drink in Turtle's face for telling everyone in town about her mile-high hand job. Earlier this month, "InTouch" made mention of the potential chemistry between Jamie-Lynn and Turtle, aka Jerry Ferrara. A source said "one thing led to another, and it got a little more serious than a fling," and the two were reportedly attached at the hip at the HBO Emmy after-party, according to "TheInsider". It seems as if life is indeed imitating HBO this week, and while critics say Jamie-Lynn and Turtle are an awkward looking duo –the chipmunk-werewolf resemblance is uncanny- we'd prefer "Entourage" to "True Blood" when it comes to yielding true love, on the off-chance that latter came with fangs intact.
Britney Spears swears off men to focus on revamping her career and getting her life on track.
Carrie Underwood continues to tear a swath of destruction through America's famous men. First there was Romo and it ended. Then, in rapid succession, came America's 2 favorite sons: Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford) and Michael Phelps. Now, she's on to other things in former The Bachelor and current host of The Doctors, Travis Stork. Good times.
Victoria Beckham prepares to hold down the fort while her husband heads off to sexy Milan.
We heard that a settlement is likely close for Guy Ritchie and Madonna. But don't tell everyone else that, it looks like all sorts of celebrities are just lining up to pick sides. Just like when normal people get divorced or breakup. Celebrities are just like us. And sometimes their children are the voice of reason... like little Lourdes was.
Ben Affleck admits lack of discretion was the cause for the end of Bennifer Part One.
Gerard Butler is a badass. That is not debatable. But was his dinner date with Jennifer Aniston a real date? Were they talking shop? And what does John Mayer think about all this? Inquiring minds would like to know.
Bono and buddy Simon Carmody had a nice little trip to the Mediterranean island St. Tropez. Just a couple of dudes, some sunglasses, a few brews, a yacht, and some PYTs. The rockers were photoed and Facebooked with a pair of 19-year olds (Andrea Feick and Hannah Emerson) on their laps. Harmless, right? We think so. Others? Not so much.
Seth Rogen has come out. (No, not out of that closet! But let's face it: the nice guys never make the tabloids!) More literally, the "Knocked Up" star has come out of hiding as a fro-rockin, chubby –but always charming– geek to reveal his leaner, greener self; his weight loss served as preparation for his upcoming role as lead in the big screen adaptation of "The Green Hornet", according to a Celebitchy report. "I certainly don't feel like a movie star – not in this body anyway," Rogen told the UK’s "Independent" in September. "I think when you do comedy, you play by a different set of rules. No one really wants you to be in that good shape. Being in good shape implies a level of vanity that isn't necessarily funny." Well, we still think he's funny. And that he's never looked better.
An insider reports that Lindsay has not turned her back on dating men.