Bad news for all you Orlando Bloom groupies who got excited last week at the rumors that Leonardo DiCaprio had come between Bloom and his wife Miranda Kerr, a Victorias Secret model. An insider close to the two tells Hollyscoop that Leo is a close friend of both Orlando and Miranda, and the break-up rumors are laughable.
Make a pot of hot chocolate and gather the kiddies around the glow of the TV tonight. New York Citys most famous Christmas tree will be lighted during a live, celebrity-studded ceremony airing at 7 p.m. on NBC.
Love her or hate her? Sounds like Keira Knightley cant make up her mind about Tolstoys Anna Karenina, the doomed Russian aristocrat she plays in the movie of the same name, which opens in Kansas City on Nov. 30.
Sally Field spent more than a decade trying to land the role of Mary Lincoln in Steven Spielbergs new bio-pic, Lincoln, out this week. We find out how she did it in the new issue of New York magazine.
Gossip Cops scoop of the week: Channing Tatum will be People magazines Sexiest Man Alive this year. People refuses to verify that before the official announcement on Nov. 14. But this at least gives us a few extra days to debate whether Channing is worthy of the crown.
Well give Lady Gaga credit and assume that she didnt mean to throw fellow singer Adele under the bus. In a recent interview with British magazine Stylist, Gaga talked about all that recent hubbub over her weight.
Author Stephenie Meyer says she knows where she would take the Twilight saga beyond Breaking Dawn Part 2, which premieres Nov. 16. But fans might never get to know.
Why does Ellen DeGeneres look so happy in that photo at the right? Because this week the Kennedy Center awarded her the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, the biggest prize a comedian can win in this country. A cavalcade of really funny people honored her at a ceremony that airs Tuesday on PBS.
Over the summer a turquoise and gold ring once owned by Pride and Prejudice author Jane Austen sold at auction to an anonymous bidder for $244,000. Turns out, Kelly Clarkson had the winning bid. But will she ever be able to flash it on a red carpet stateside? Maybe not.
Meet Johnny Depp, book publisher. Early next year, Johnny will launch Infinitum Nihil (Nothing is forever), a new imprint of HarperCollins with an eye for authentic, outspoken and visionary books.