V. Stiviano, the 31-year-old woman who recorded the now infamous audio clip of Donald Sterling’s racist rant, has finally broken her silence on the scandal. The young woman, who’s been pegged as Sterling’s longtime sugar baby, sat down for an intimate interview with Barbara Walters, which aired on May 2, 2014, just a week after the scandal first went public. Surprisingly, V.
The answer could be yes! Plus, the shortest marriages in Hollywood history and dating rumors for Kris Jenner! It's all in our weekly roundup of hot Hollywood hookups, relationships and breakups!
Fiction caught up with reality when Alyson Hannigan's character Lily gave birth to a son in the seventh season finale of How I Met Your Mother. Off camera, the Buffy The Vampire Slayer and American Pie teenager is now 39 and the mother of two young girls, Satyana, 3, and Keeva, 1, with her husband of ten years, actor Alexis Denisof.
Everybody remembers flashy celebrity weddings (and the often times disastrous marriages that follow), but what about the flings that came before? What about the strange hookups and relationships that some celebs would rather leave buried? Well, we dug them up!
Hey, hey, hey! You know you want it ... Paula Patton spilling on her marriage to high school sweetheart Robin Thicke, that is. "He's just the best," the actress describes her ultra-sexy hubby. "He's always so funny and he makes me laugh all the time."
Mario's wife Courtney Mazza is due to give birth to their second child in September, as daughter Gia turns two. For the 39-year-old dad, host, actor and author (he has another book in the works, but can't talk about it yet!), fatherhood is his favorite role of all.
Jennifer Aniston looks gorgeous in a grey dress, telling YourTango about 'We're The Millers,' her latest flick in which she plays a stripper pretending to be a mom while en route to Mexico with her fake family to complete a drug heist.
For the last three years, she's played detective Jane Rizzoli, half of a female forensics team on TNT's Rizzoli & Isles. But for Angie Harmon, 40, the toughest thing to solve is how to balance marriage and motherhood.
Once best known as the randy gardener who romped with Gaby (Eva Longoria) on Desperate Housewives, Jesse Metcalfe has been getting into all kinds of trouble—marital and financial—as Christopher Ewing on TNT's hit reboot of Dallas. In a cast full of schemers, he's the good guy "but he has insecurities and demons that he's grappling with and he's constantly striving to prove himself to the family," says Metcalfe, 34.
He plays a twice divorced, Speedo-wearing doctor in the CBS fall buddy comedy 'We Are Men', but Jerry O'Connell is the furthest thing from a swinging single in real life. Married to actress Rebecca Romijn for six years, he's the sometimes overwhelmed but extremely proud father of their 4-year-old fraternal twins, Dolly and Charlie.