Linda Hogan was arrested for a DUI, but to be fair, we all might get arrested for a DUI as well the day after our ex-husband’s naked, humpin’ ass was all over the internet.
AnnaLynne McCord, 25, and Dominic Purcell, 42, broke up after nearly two years of dating.
Zac Efron told Ellen that it’s hard for him to find a date:
“A forced awkward situation is very strange. Especially for me, for some reason. I like to go and do something adventurous. I like to go out and do some sort of crazy activity.”
There may have been reports that George Clooney and Stacy Keibler were splitsville, but here they are at last night’s premiere of Argo.
Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson — who met and became engaged on The Bachelor — have (finally) split up.
Tom Ford and Robert Buckley announced the arrival of their new son, Alexander.
Brad Pitt was paid $5 million to star in a Chanel No. 5 commercial.
Snoop Dogg reposted this list of 19 reasons he won’t vote for Mitt Romney to his instagram account.
Kristen Stewart is maybe still texting Rupert Sanders?
Jack Osbourne is getting married this weekend to his longtime girlfriend (and mother to his daughter).
Taylor Swift wants a minimum of four babies.
Nicole Scherzinger battled with bulimia when she was in the Pussycat Dolls.
Is Jude Law having a mid-life crisis?
Johnny Depp is old, too, injured his back on the set of The Lone Ranger.
Psy performed a free concert in Seoul and 100,000 people showed up.
Hulk Hogan is threatening to sue the folks who put his sex tape online.
Cee-Lo doesn’t buy the Mariah/Nicki feud at all.
Julie Bowen totally wants to bone Stephen Colbert.
Amber Rose wants a natural child birth just for the bragging rights.
Pipe down, Roger Moore.
Ashley Dupree is way pregnant.
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