Michael Douglas may be celebrating a clean bill of health after successfully conquering throat cancer, but his seemingly stable wife Catherine Zeta-Jones is having some serious health issues of her own. Just yesterday her rep confirmed that the stunningly beautiful Oscar winner had checked in to the Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut to treat her bipolar II disorder, but the National Inquirer is saying that she's really there for some substance detox. It's certainly a surprising move for the publicly classy actress, but after the hellish year she's had, who can blame her?
In 1992, Madonna raised eyebrows when she released her graphic book Sex in conjunction with her seventh studio album, Erotica. The coffee-table tome included softcore pornographic photos of the recording artist with celebrity cameos from Vanilla Ice, Naomi Campbell and more. Now, according to Perez Hilton, two young Hollywood stars are looking to publish the same kind of book: Lindsay Lohan and James Franco.
TGIF because that means it’s time for our round-up of the week’s hottest celebrity love gossip. And we’re telling you, this week's stories are too juicy too miss! We had couples reuniting, couples splitting, and couples hitting! (Not to mention, there's been a whole lot of spawning...) So in case you missed any of it, here’s a recap.
According to E! Online, the rumors that Kate Gosselin could be the next Bachelorette began when she was making the talk show rounds recently, and both Jimmy Kimmel and Kelly Ripa suggested that she would make a great Bachelorette. Kate told both hosts that she wasn't interested and ABC has denied that they have approached her, but Ryan Seacrest seems to think it could still happen.
We've just learned that new celebrity sex photos have been uncovered and, surprisingly, do not feature anyone from an E! reality show. Perhaps more surprisingly, though, is the news that the star (allegedly) in the dirty pics is Hollywood veteran (and our last living Golden Girl) Betty White! Although the idea of Betty having sex photos is pretty funny (and, frankly, kind of awesome), we tend to think...
Despite the umpteenth (and bogus) "Star" story claiming that Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are sneaking around behind Angelina Jolie's back, UK mag Grazia is reporting that Jen has a new man in her life. Although this new man was one of her co-stars in "The Bounty Hunter," it's not Gerard Butler, to whom she was previously linked. No, this one is the totally adorable comedian Jason Sudeikis, who's quickly becoming a household name thanks to his guest-starring turn on "30 Rock" and his role as the most consistently funny guy on "Saturday Night Live."
If you want to see photos of Gary Coleman slowly slipping away in his hospital bed, pick up the next issue of that printed toilet paper known as The Globe. We're certainly not going to show them here. While it's pitiful that a so-called magazine would pay for these photos of Gary, it's completely despicable that the person who sold them was someone who claimed to love him—ex-wife/live-in girlfriend Shannon Price.
At this year's MTV Movie Awards, Sandra Bullock showed Jesse James—and the world—that she is ready to move on with her life. The annual awards show marked Sandy's first televised appearance since estranged husband Jesse's sex scandal made her, understandably, seek shelter from the public eye. And to all who saw her "comeback," America's Sweetheart is clearly back and better than ever. No doubt she is still dealing with the pain of Jesse's betrayal, but she hasn't seemed to have lost any of her trademark humor and she just wants life to "get back to normal."
It's been a while since we've heard any news on the messy LeAnn Rimes/Eddie Cibrian affair, which caused the breakup of both of their marriages. But guess what? LeAnn has a new single out and will soon be releasing a new album of country love song covers, so girl needs some quick PR. What better way to get her name back on everyone's lips than by dredging up this scandal? No matter that not many people really thought it was all that newsworthy to begin with.
As Lost ends, so does one of its stars' relationships: 41-year-old Naveen Andrews (Sayid) and his partner, veteran screen actress Barbara Hershey, 62, have called it quits after 11 years together. Since they were never exactly Brangelina, the couple managed to keep their breakup—which actually happened six months ago—out of the tabloids until now.
Ever since Jesse James accused his father of physical abuse, the public has been taking sides and forming opinions on whether Jesse is telling the truth or just grasping for any excuse to get him off the hook for his serial cheating. Now Jesse's family is also taking sides, and one former member of the James Gang is leveling some shocking allegations of her own.
Jesse James says that he's been living a false life, in which he's continuously "lied to everyone" and sabotaged himself because of low self esteem caused by years of his father's abuse—allegations that Jesse's father Larry denies. Look, we feel bad for Jesse if his story is true. No one deserves to grow up in an abusive environment. But this growing trend of everyone—not just celebrities—blaming everyone else for their mistakes is just old.
Jenny Sanford's top choice to replace her cheating husband in South Carolina, Nikki Haley, has just been accused of having an affair of her own. Could Gov. Mark Sanford's ex-wife really be that poor a judge of character? Or is this just more political mudslinging? Conservative blogger and former aide to Gov. Sanford, Will Folks, announced today on his blog, FITSNews, that he had a sexual relationship with Nikki several years ago...
The latest issue of Star announces that John Travolta and Kelly Preston are having a baby—news that the Travoltas have confirmed on their official website with this statement: "It's impossible to keep a secret...especially one as wonderful as this. We are expecting a new addition to our family."
Yesterday, RadarOnline published text messages that they confirmed were sent between David Boreanaz and Rachel Uchitel, which painted Rachel as the needy, jealous mistress and David as a lying scumbag. Sounds about right. However, Rachel can't decide if the texts were "not authentic" or "taken out of context." And basically, Rachel really really wants us to know that she was the winner in this relationship.