UPDATE: Us Weekly claims that Demi and That Guy are OVER. And here’s the original post…
Someone tell the string quartet to top practicing their tasteful arrangement of “Cool for the Summer” because Demi Lovato might not be getting married, at least not right now, and not to her fiancé of three months, former soap opera actor Max Ehrich. You know, the one who allegedly bought her a $2 to $5 million engagement ring after five months of dating, and who was also allegedly a major Selenator with a history of implied Demi dragging? That one. Demi claimed not to care about Max’s alleged history, but that might not be the case. Page Six is saying that things are rockier than that giant rock Max allegedly bought her.
Kristin Cavallari and her soon-to-be ex-husband Jay Cutler starred on a reality TV show about their lives, so really, no one should be surprised that their marriage ended. At this point, reality TV is such a curse for celebrity marriages, it might as well be a vow. “I promise to take you for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, but the best of luck to us if we sign a contract with the E! network.” Still, some people were shocked when Kristin and Jay announced they were dunzo after nearly seven years of marriage. Kristin recently spoke about their choice to go separate ways, and she would like everyone to know that it wasn’t exactly an impulse decision.
When we were all treated (and I mean treated in the fullest sense of the word) to pictures of Gigi Hadid’s Pee-wee’s multi-million dollar Playhouse apartment, I only had one real concern, and it was wondering how she was going to baby proof that place. How do you even secure a 7-foot tall ballpoint pen to the wall to prevent a tipping accident? I don’t think IKEA sells the hardware for that. Well, however they did it, they did it just in time. BecauseGigi and Zayn Malik’s child has finally been born into this world.
Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, And Harry Styles All Made Rolling Stone’s Updated List Of The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
It’s 2020. People have been trapped inside for months on end. Tensions are high. People are more divided than ever. Rolling Stone knew this, and yet they STILL went ahead and published their updated list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Rolling Stone, please – you know we have nothing but time and very strong opinions on our hands! Forget the election; nothing is going to drive a wedge between friends, family, colleagues, and Twitter followers than where you stand on how high Prince’s Purple Rain should have been placed on the list (it’s sitting at the #8 spot, by the way). And as if that wasn’t enough to create internet chatter, there’s plenty of new names on the list, like Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, and Harry Styles, that I’m sure people will have plenty of feelings about.
The Passion of the Christ, a 2004 movie that ended with the lead character’s death, is getting a sequel. Which is something that I’m certain no one asked for, except maybe Mel Gibson, and Jim Caviezel. It’s been two years since we first learned that TPOTC was getting a sequel, and nothing has really been said since then regarding the film’s development. Jim Caviezel, aka Onscreen Jesus, recently spoke about the sequel, and he claims production is chugging along at full steam (steam from water or wine, your choice).
The universe gave us a gift when Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall decided to pose in front of a dozen jars of mayonnaise at the 2009 premiere of Did You Hear About The Morgans. Because much like an 11-year-old unrefrigerated jar of mayo, Kim’s relationship with her former Sex and the City co-star has curdled into a creamy pile of stinky salmonella. Kim made it very clear she would never do a Sex and the City 3 movie, and she made that clear again when she said she has no regrets about what she’s said about SJP.