July 30, 2009

Romo's Romancin'

Is there another woman?

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Kid #4

Jude Law's gonna be a daddy for the 4th time.

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July 29, 2009

Officially Over

Hulk Hogan and his wife have finally reached a settlement in their divorce case.

At a brief hearing Tuesday morning in Clearwater, Fla., Hogan, 55, and his wife Linda announced that they've agreed to the terms of the split. "We've reached a marital settlement agreement," Ray Rafool, Linda's attorney, told the judge.

In a statement to Usmagazine.com, Hogan's rep says, "Hulk is looking forward to moving on with his life and is very hopeful that he and Linda can maintain a friendship and work together as parents to their two children."

The terms were not made public. (In 2008 court filings, the couple's net worth was listed at between $26 million and $32 million.)

Before the proceedings began, Hulk, whose real name is Terry Bollea, and Linda were spotted smiling, according to a local ABC affiliate. At one point, she even kissed his cheek. "The war is over," Linda said after the hearing. Hogan echoed her sentiments, telling the Tampa Tribune: "When you're married to someone for 23 years ... you hope for the best .... We just got torn apart."

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July 27, 2009

Sounds Desperate

Adrian Grenier was ordering plenty of booze in his efforts to pick up chicks in Florida. The "Entourage" star was at Miami Beach nightclub Rokbar late last week of fering up shots of Patrón and beer chasers to passing gaggles of girls in an attempt to get them to join his table. "He ended up leaving at 3 a.m. with a bunch," says a spy.

Earlier in the evening, Grenier and co-stars Rex Lee and Perrey Reeves helped kick off the opening of the Entourage bungalow at the W South Beach by spraying bottles of champagne at partygoers.

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July 24, 2009

Holmes on SYTYCD

Check out Katie Holmes on last night's So You Think You Can Dance:

I think she did a pretty good job...

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Twins for Federer

There's a new doubles team in town: Roger Federer and wife Mirka are the proud parents of twin girls, the tennis star announced early Friday on his Web site.

Daughters Charlene Riva Federer and Myla Rose Federer arrived late Thursday evening in Switzerland, Federer, 27, shares. "This is the greatest day of our lives," the Grand Slam champ and No. 1 player in the world said in a statement. "Mirka, Myla and Charlene are all healthy and doing very well."

The couple of nine years – who finally tied the knot in April – had announced the pregnancy in March, but never let on that they were expecting twins. (In fact, word was it was to be a boy, solo.)

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July 23, 2009

Quotable

“No, no, no! I’m probably 20 percent atheist and 80 percent agnostic. I don’t think anyone really knows. You’ll either find out or not when you get there, until then there’s no point thinking about it."

--Brad Pitt, when recently asked if he believed in God

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RRHoF Celebrates 25 Years

Music's biggest stars are set to perform at two New York City concerts this fall to celebrate the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame's 25th anniversary.

Bruce Springsteen, U2, Metallica and Stevie Wonder are among the industry greats on the initial roster for the Oct. 29 and Oct. 30 shows, the Hall of Fame announced in a statement Wednesday. The shows, held at New York City's Madison Square Garden, will feature different set lists and performers each night.

"Twenty-five years ago a group led by legendary Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun created this foundation to recognize and celebrate the music and careers of artists whose music helped shape and define our generation," Jann Wenner, the Founder and Chairman of Rolling Stone and Chairman of the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame Foundation said in the statement. "These once-in-a-lifetime concerts are designed to celebrate the artists and their music."

The artists will take to the stage to play their own music and the music that inspires them, and all proceeds from ticket sales will go to create a permanent endowment for the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame Foundation and Museum.

Located in Cleveland, Ohio, the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame and Museum opened in 1983, with Elvis Presley, Little Richard and Ray Charles among its first inductees. Performers are eligible for induction 25 years after the release of their first record.

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July 21, 2009

A Great Influence for the Plus 8

Jon's new girlfriend is classsaaaayyyyy.

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July 13, 2009

Splitsville

Dunzo.

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July 07, 2009

She's So Techno-Savvy

Who knew that Elizabeth Taylor twittered?

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July 06, 2009

Is Brooklyn the New Manhattan?

Brooklyn might soon get the "Sex and the City" treatment. Author Amy Sohn got an early publicity bump for her upcoming novel, "Prospect Park West," after Sarah Jessica Parker's Pretty Matches production company optioned the story in conjunction with HBO for a half-hour series.

Says an insider at Simon & Schuster, "It's got sex, parenthood, and celebrity. Brooklyn is about to blow up nationally." A rep for Parker said she was unsure whether the star would be starring or simply producing. On Thursday, The Post reported that Parker and husband Matthew Broderick might have secretly bought a townhouse in Prospect Park formerly owned by Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany.

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July 02, 2009

Quotable

"How are we so famous when...there's been nothing about the biggest bill since the Patriot Act being passed, and nobody reading it. It's mind-boggling trying to say there's global warming right now."

--Spencer Pratt, on the Cap-and-Trade bill, which regulates carbon output, among other environmental issues

Ok, so I'm shocked he even knew what Cap and Trade was!

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RIP

RIP, Karl Malden.

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July 01, 2009

Clean it Up, Howard!

Howard Stern likes to talk trash, but not see it. The King of All Media and his wife, Beth Ostrosky, "have gotten into the habit of taking early-morning weekend walks along Hamptons beaches, picking up garbage left behind by their less conscientious neighbors," a source said. The couple's environmental crusade is also being filmed for a segment on Beth's upcoming show on Plum TV.

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Tasteless?

OK! magazine spent more than $500,000 on the "last" picture of Michael Jackson on a stretcher and possibly dead -- but was it worth it? A well-placed source says some staffers objected to owner Richard Desmond's decision to put the ghoulish picture on this week's cover -- and it looks like advertisers and readers may agree. The source said, "Media buyers have canceled upcoming meetings to discuss rates. It's a disgrace. They've sunk to a new low."

In addition, Sean Combs and Jay-Z are said to be so furious, "they're organizing a boycott," according to our source. A rep for OK! said, "This is untrue. No one at OK! has been contacted about any such cancellations as a result of the magazine's coverage of this news event. Any pages booked by the advertising team are running as scheduled." Combs' rep echoed, "Not true." Jay-Z's rep didn't return calls.

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Dolla Dolla Bills

Early salary figures from Simon Cowell's "American Idol" contract negotiations are leaking out and they're eye-popping.

Cowell, who reportedly made $36 million last year for judging the hit competition show, has been offered three or four times that amount -- between $100 million and $144 million per year -- by co-producers Fox and 19 Entertainment to stick with "Idol" when his contract expires next May, according to The Guardian, a London newpaper.

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I'm Back!

I'm back up and running, but I can't promise this won't happen again. I'm going to try to upgrade to the newer version of Movable Type (my publishing system) because it has much better anti-spam software. In the meantime...please be patient!

(And yes, I realize that it couldn't have gone down at a worse time in entertainment news! Grrrr...)

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