Just a few days ago, nearly every celebrity gossip outlet in the blogosphere was reporting that Cameron Diaz had been dumped by her beau Alex Rodriguez. Last Friday, the New York Daily News reported that the couple had split just one month after Diaz told Maxim magazine that their relationship was "really awesome". Additionally, a source for Perez Hilton confirmed they had broken up, saying: "[Cameron is] hurt and betrayed, because she tried so hard to please him . . . She went overboard." But now, it seems all these breakup allegations are completely false, and that Cameron, 38, and A-Rod, 35, are still very much a couple.
If you're like most of us, you're having a hard time making sense of the relationship between John Edwards and Rielle Hunter. And, more importantly, you're not sure if you want to understand it. If the latest buzz can be believed, Rielle has finally given up on her love...if there was even anything left to give up on.
Clad in a demented, Carmen Miranda-esque wedding dress, Lady Gaga appeared on Friday's episode of the UK's Graham Norton Show and revealed that she is no longer in a romance—bad or otherwise. The 25-year-old singer told the talk show host, "I don't have a boyfriend and haven't been on any dates recently...I haven't been on any dates recently because I have been working so hard and I get very bored very quickly with men."
It looks like the transition to double diaper duty isn't the only new stressor being added to the privileged lives of new parents Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey. Just days after welcoming their long-awaited twins, Monroe and Moroccan, Carey and Cannon were contacted by Child Protective Services amidst rumors of drinking and drug use in the hospital. /node/76128
The rest of the world may be setting their Tivos and icing their cakes for April 29th's royal wedding extravaganza, but iconic journalist Christopher Hitchens is hoping the blushing bride gets a serious case of cold feet. After numerous cycles of divorce, scandal, and general snobbery in the Windsor clan, Hitchens told Slate that Kate Middleton would be far better off if she ditched the much beleaguered Windsor clan and left the crown for someone unfortunate enough to have inherited the "hereditary disease" of monarchy.
Ever since Susan Sarandon's breakup from long-time partner Tim Robbins in 2009, rumors have been flying that the Hollywood acting queen had taken romantic and emotional solstice in her Ping-Pong nightclub business partner Jonathan Bricklin.
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?
Sometimes two wrongs do make a right. As it is for Halle Berry, for whom it took two marriages ending in divorce to allow for her to realize she's just not that into vows, rings, and 'I do's. She said: "I wish I had known then that I was not the marrying kind. It would have saved me a lot of time, heartache and grief over the years. I made all the wrong choices when it came to love. I have been an idiot." Halle was first married to former baseball player David Justice. They were married in 1993, separated in 1996, and divorced in 1997. The couples broke up due to conflicting schedules—David's baseball career called for him to travel a lot for away games, and Halle's career too demanded much travel.
Last weekend Reese Witherspoon said "I do" for the second time, marrying Hollywood A-lister agent Jim Toth. Reese, 35, recently said she now knows a lot more about what it takes to create a harmonious marriage; and she says it's because of the knowledge she gained from her first marriage to Ryan Phillippe. In a recent interview with UK Elle magazine, Reese casts illuminates some newly discovered hindsight about her first marriage: "I was so, so young," she said. (Reese was 23 when she married Ryan) "I learnt a lot though. It was an excellent opportunity for me to really find out what it means to be a partner and to be in a marriage and it's not anything that I thought it was." Reese says she walked away from her first marriage with a wealth of knowledge, including this bit of insight: "You can't say, 'I don't want to talk about that,'" she said. "You just can't. You've got to talk about it all."
Matthew McConaughey has played many roles throughout his career—a lovable pediatrician, a woman lovin' stoner, a slacker who has no intention of moving out of his parents' house—from which he's always exuded the impression of a perennial bachelor. But, in real life, the only role he really wants to actively pursue is that of loving father and committed partner.
In 2006, Channing Tatum met his future wife, Jenna Dewan, on the set of Step Up. They each played the love interest of each other's characters. And, seeing how things played out between them romantically in real life (they started dating shortly after they finished filming the movie, and were married in 2009), we're betting acting like they were attracted to each other didn't really require the greatest honing of their thespian skills.
America's love affair with celebrities has been apparent in our presidential choices—exemplified by Ronald Reagan—but don't look for George Clooney to join that political marquee anytime soon. Despite his ramped-up activism efforts, the charismatic cutie denies any plans for ever hitting the campaign trail. Why? Well, for one, his colorful past. "I didn't live my life the right way for politics, you know," Clooney stated in a recent interview with Newsweek (via E!Online). "I f**ked too many chicks and did too many drugs, and that's the truth."
Jennifer Aniston turned 42 last Friday. And to celebrate, she rented out a private room at the Spotted Pig restaurant in New York City’s Greenwich Village where she dined with thirty of her closest friends: including Hugh Jackman, Adam Sandler, and Chris Rock. Also present at her b-day bash, was her former co-star and long-time friend Jake Gyllenhaal. The two co-stared in 2002’s The Good Girl, and have since been sporadically linked to each other as a romantic couple.
Like every year’s Super Bowl, this year’s attendees included a few high- profile A-listers. During the game last night, just after a commercial break, the camera panned across a celebrity-filled sky box, where sat Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones; Ashton Kutcher sans Demi (there was a vacant seat next to him, so perhaps she was in the bathroom?) Condoleezza Rice was there too, sitting near former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura. The camera then cut to a close-up of Cameron Diaz, 38, and beau Alex Rodriguez, 35. The camera happened to catch the duo at the precise moment when Diaz was stuffing A-Rod’s face with a fistful of popcorn.
The proposal happened during the finale of Bret’s reality television show on VH1, Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It. Bret got down on one knee and told Kristi, "I love you, and you've been unbelievably a big part of my life ... I know we love and respect each other, and I hope that we can find that inner love that we have forever. And I want you to be my wife." Gibson accepted and said she never thought this day would come.
The 49-year-old actor admits on CNN that he already gave marriage “a shot” and he has no intention of giving it another. But what does girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis, 32, think of all this? Last Friday George and his father, Nick Clooney, appeared on the Pierce Morgan show to discuss George’s philanthropy and, inevitably, the topic of marriage was given some brief attention. George responded to Pierce: "I hate to blow your whole news story, but I was married. So I've proven how good I was at it, and I just ... I'm allowed one."
By Krissy Dolor Forbes may be a money magazine, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t love celebrities, too! Last week, the magazine reported on a recent study conducted by the University of Abertay Dundee in Scotland, which found that as women earn money and financial independence, their attraction to good-looking, older men increases. In addition, these women hold a man’s looks to a higher standard. The university has dubbed this “The George Clooney effect.”