Katy Perry says that planning the wedding is more of Russell Brand's domain.
It only took seven years of knowing, six months of dating and one midlife+ crises later for notorious bachelor Simon Cowell to forget all about that "marriage is an outdated contract" business and pop the question to makeup artist Mezhgan Hussainy.
Nicole Richie announced her un-recent engagement to Joel Madden last night during a taping of the Late Show with David Letterman. And ladies, her ring is unbelievable. Apparently the couple of three years and two children have had plans to wed for some time now but were keeping it under wraps until... one of them had an appropriate venue to tell the world? Who knows!? Seems more likely that they were waiting in deference to Casey Johnson's untimely death (the two girls where childhood friends, with Casey originally cast to play the part of Paris' BFF on The Simple Life before Nicole signed on).
2012: End of the world, or the British Monarchy's next big come back? Rumors are circulating around Britain that Prince William will be marrying Kate Middleton in 2012. And while there hasn't been a Royal press release, per se, there have been a number of hints that have got the glossies going bonkers over the possibilities.
Engaged, yes. Pregnant, no—or make that maybe. Click through for the 411 on Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem.
Yes, really. Madonna, at 51 years of age, has every intention of making the 22-year-old Brazillian model Jesus Luz, aka "the love of her life," Mr. Madonna #3 by the end of the year, according to Madge's biographer Randy Taraborrelli in today's Hello! magazine. Queue Like A Prayer: Life is a mystery, everyone must stand alone / I hear you call my name / And it feels like home It's only been nine months since Madonna met Jesus at a photoshoot, but the sex has been "scorching" and "to be candid," a source says, "it's what's driving things." She reportedly said of Luz: 'He's so sweet. He checks in with me all the time. I probably should do the same, but you know me. I think he gets it now that I'm a little—shall we say—self-involved.'