So, another Hollywood marriage has fallen apart. But, why, oh why, does it seem like every marital union in Celebland is doomed from the start?
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If American Pie and Freaky Friday got drunk and haphazard one night and made a baby, it'd be The Change-Up. Check out the movie poster or trailer, and you know what happens. Mitch (Ryan Reynolds) is an underemployed actor and dude-about-town who's never met a skirt he wouldn't chase—or couldn't catch. Dave (Jason Bateman) is his best friend and complete opposite. He's an adult with all the trimmings: three kids, a beautiful wife (Leslie Mann) and an impressive career. And of course, neither is quite happy with his lot in life.
Much to absolutely no one's surprise, Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger's 25-year marriage will soon be over. On Friday Shriver filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences. This of course follows news from over a month ago that Schwarzenegger had a long-running affair with the family's housekeeper and fathered the woman's now teenage son. Like we said, no one is surprised that Shriver is finally calling it quits.
If Elizabeth Taylor's life were to be summarized in one word, it would inevitably be "passion." The passionate love affairs she maintained throughout her life and the passion she held for her roles on the silver screen both translated into a series of complex relationships that spanned over half a century each. Taylor's work with the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation was what she called her "passion and her obsession," one that she hoped to see through the discovery of a cure. Her love life was the role of a lifetime that she wrote herself—from her many marriages to her "furious love" with Richard Burton to the love she had for her children. Check out these links for the most illustrious points in the life of Elizabeth Taylor
According to E! Online, Camille and Kelsey talked about their split last night in separate but simultaneous interviews. Camille aired all of the couple's dirty laundry in a Watch What Happens Live spot, dishing about their dismal sex life and Kelsey's kinky predilections. Grammer told his side of the story to Letterman, where he carefully avoided slamming his ex, but then invited the camera into the green room, where his new girlfriend was hanging out with his ex's kids. Ouch.
Johnny Weir's autobiography is coming out this week, and so is he. The flamboyant skater, who has for years declined to identify his sexuality, has confirmed in his autobiography Welcome To My World that he's gay. The skater has made overtures toward announcing his sexuality in the past, most notably in the final episode of his show Be Good Johnny Weir, where he told stylist not to agitate the gays, jokingly explaining that "we run everything" . But this is the first time Johnny's stepped out in writing, and we're pleased to report that he seems comfortable in his own skin.
2010 is shaping up to be quite a year for superstar Beyonce, with six Grammy wins, a new hit single with Lady Gaga, and...a baby? If the online rumor mill is to be believed, the superstar and her hip hop mogul husband, Jay-Z, are expecting their first child. The duo has kept quiet on the subject, but MediaTakeOut.com is already offering their congrats, claiming their source is "rock solid."
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