The Lohans have had a big week. First the reality show (Living Lohan) premiered. Then Michael Lohan said some dumb stuff. Then Lindsay got engaged to Samantha Ronson. Then Michael Lohan said some dumb stuff. We can't wait for a family reunion. MTV, E!, and VH1, open your pocket books.
The winner of this year's Idol, David Cook, is dating an older Idol. Season 2's Kimberly Caldwell is the champ's girlfriend. It's probably good for David Archuleta that it shook out this way. She would eat that poor kid alive.
Maxime Bernier, the Foreign Minister of Canada, is resigning. The reason? He left some classified documents at his lady's home. Her deal? Former girlfriend of various Canadian underworld types. Ugh.
Despite (or perhaps due to) his recent good work with the ladies, John Mayer is seeing some haters. According to rumor, Vince Vaughn is not pleased with the Mayer - Jennifer Aniston situation. And Bill Simmons even weighed in. Indeed-y.
As part of the run-up to the general election, John McCain is on the media tour. His first stop was Ellen to chat with Ellen Degeneres. For some reason, she wanted to talk about gay marriage particularly in California. Weird.
We're not sure if this is true, and we'll have to reexamine a lot of things if it is, but it appears that Denise Richards may be paid upwards of $25 million in residuals and what-what off of Charlie Sheen's television program Two And A Half Men. Uh, then why's she so mad all the time?
It only took them like 17 years after being on-screen lovers (Bram Stoker's Dracula) and if gossip is right, the flirting has paid off. Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder may or may not be thinking about, considering a potential relationship. We're glad that they didn't rush into anything.
The guys over at Law & Order have ripped another case right from the headlines. They've decided to weigh in on New York politics and the Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal. Well, the writer's strike seemed to have paid off. They might not have had time for that one if the season had gone as planned. Sliver linings.
Someone, somewhere has found a correlation between a city's divorce rate and its possession of a Major League Baseball team. Brilliant. The people at Major League Baseball saw that chatting about relationships has become America's new past time and figured out a way to get in on the action. Apple pie and mom were evidently not so easily bought.
Former star of The Practice and current star of Big Shots, Dylan McDermott, is getting divorced from longtime wife Shiva Rose. The two character actors made a serious go of it but have been separated for about a year. Bummer, man.