Leonardo DiCaprio and girlfriend Bar Rafaeli have more ups and downs than a see-saw. According to Rush & Molloy, the 2 could be broken up. Or they may have reconciled. Or they may have never broken up just had scheduling conflicts. Or they may be broken up and just hanging out as friends or as part of a commitment they made before they split (or didn't). Shnikees.
Movie star Eva Mendes claims to have done the deed in all 50 states. Pretty impressive. Who's even been to all 50 states or can name them? This would make for a great blog.
Megan Fox appeared in GQ this month and wore a bikini. She also had some choice things to say about Disney's policy on teen stars. She wore a bikini. And she also mentioned an affair she had with a Russian stripper. Ho hum.
According to People, Eva Longoria is not pregnant. And one of her costars sold her out for being 'just fat.' Cold-blooded? Nah, she stacked on a few pancakes for a new story arc. Good times. She'll probably get pregnant soon, though, she's got that itch.
Jennifer Hudson recently got engaged to reality star David Otunga. You my recognize him from I Love New York 2. Good times but a little out-of-line of the Hollywood food chain. Additionally, rumor has it that Alicia Keys has been too close with Swizz Beatz for his estranged wife's liking.
Star Trek actor George Takei married longtime boyf Brad Altman over the weekend. Takei is another in a short line of stars to get hitched since California courts have legalized gay marriage. And this is just one in a long line of examples of Takei being on the cutting edge of social reform.
It was a big week and we didn't catch everything. It looks like Sarah McLachlan and Mischa Barton have some relationship problems. Kirsten Dunst and Justin Long aren't really dating. Tara Reid ain't engaged. And did John have a thing for Paul?
Remember back in the late 90s when that Pamela Anderson-Tommy Lee sex tape was all the buzz? It probably was the first time that someone realized that it actually helps a career. But it's something that you eventually have to sugar-foot around as you explain it to your kids.
It was World War II and everyone was pitching in as best they could. Some people flew fighters and some helped ensure the war effort was fully supported. Sometimes you wrote propaganda and sometimes you got intel the old fashioned way, sleeping with the ally. Roald Dahl did all of the above. And you thought he just wrote children's tales.
Balthazar Getty may be heir to a sweet fortune but it looks like that will be a while off, thus his wife will probably not be looking for a divorce any time soon. Meanwhile, who do you blame for an affair: the married man or the woman?