What do Shania Twain and John Cleese have in common? Yes, they are big stars of country music and comedy, respectively. But they are also getting divorced after roughly 15 years of marriage. Could they make beautiful music together?
Because of the court ruling on California gay marriage, Ellen Degeneres and Portia de Rossi are going to get married. The whole thing is going to be announced on a very special Ellen today. OK then.
Stop the frickin' presses. Owen Wilson has, allegedly, broken up with Kate Hudson. The whole thing smacks of a revenge scheme that was hatched the moment she dumped him back in the day. We're not sure if we should applaud or be appalled or some new, third reaction that we haven't even heard of before.
Accord to rumor, innuendo, and general scuttlebutt, Vince Vaughn turned down a threesome from sisters. Yeah. That would have been either weird or killer, weak, sweet. Second fouled up Vince Vaughn threesome rumor in the last week. Is a pattern developing?
According to some data (albeit old data), a lot of married women in New York City don't work. Isn't this a little crazy? Same goes for other large, crowded cities. How is it possible that women don't have to work in these cities? Oh, it's where all of the wealth is concentrated. OK, that makes sense.
It's another week in gay marriage rights. Some steps forward and some steps back.
A new tell-all about female folk-rock stars has Carly Simon feeling maudlin. Part of the book, detailing her life, Carol Kings, and Joni Mitchell's, focuses on her days with James Taylor. Ah, old wounds, we know you well.
Mariah told Ellen Degeneres today on the popular talk show Ellen, that she was going to have more weddings to Nick Cannon. She thinks it'll keep things fresh and fun and she might be totally right.
Sometimes people like to dispense wisdom or insight that you didn't ask them for. And celebrities are no different (yes, they're just like us). Susan Sarandon, Denise Richards, and William Shatner share somethings about themselves that could help you out.
'Momma's boy' used to be an insult. But now it's the descriptive title of a contestant on Ryan Seacrest's new reality show. And possibly still an insult. The show seeks to match up homebodies with potential brides with mom's help.