Halle Berry and her husband Olivier Martinez are expecting a baby boy.
Amanda Bynes tweeted that she has an eating disorder last night. Meanwhile, her relatives are calling her situation “tragic.” Hey, relatives: Maybe less talking to the press and more talking to Amanda? OK, thanks.
Real-life married couple Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig are going to star in a Broadway play together — as a married couple.
Mad Men returns on Sunday, so obviously GQ asked Elisabeth Moss to play a round of kill, marry, f*ck:
“Oh brother. I don’t want to marry any of them! Impossible! I guess I’d marry…Sterling? F–k Don. And I guess I’d have to kill Pete? But let me say for the record that none of these things I’d ever want to do.”
The Sisters Kardashian are suing their father’s ex-wife for leaking many family items.
Life & Style reports that Angelina Jolie has been spending a lot of time with Billy Bob Thorton — and that Brad Pitt isn’t aware of it.
Kellan Lutz will play the lead in Hercules 3D.
Nicole Kidman has a secret cameo in Anchorman 2.
Adele smiled at her baby and all was right in the world.
Jason Segel is writing a YA trilogy.
Paris Jackson and birth mom Debbie Rowe are rekindling their friendship.
Another day, another ugly tattoo on a One Direction member.
Warren Beatty is still a flirt.
Kim Zolciak is a nightmare to fly with, apparently.
Nene Leakes on Kim Zolciak: “Friend is a strong word.”
Wesley Snipes was released from prison.
Rachel McAdams dyed her hair red.
Lindsay Lohan returned home from Brazil to the news that her family maltese died.
Tyson Ritter got engaged to Elena Satine.
Piper Perabo is so much more than just the Coyote Ugly girl.
Joan Rivers is happy that there’s finally someone funny hosting the Tonight Show.
Melissa McCarthy isn’t quite sure who might have seen her underwear when she last hosted SNL.
Chris Brown says that Rihanna can cheat on him if it’s with a girl.
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- And on the same day 10 years later, former U.S. President George W. Bush toured New Orleans on the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. ›
- Owen Labrie was found not guilty of felony sexual assault charges stemming from a 15-year-old former student's accusations that he raped her at St. Paul's School. ›