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Stargazing | Bieber and Will Smith get slimed; Adam Levine and girlfriend break up

04/02/2012 5:00 AM

05/16/2014 6:20 PM

Is that legal? Only the coolest people get slimed at the Kids’ Choice Awards, which is why Will Smith and Justin Bieber got drenched in the green goo over the weekend. But there was collateral damage in that sliming: first lady Michelle Obama

.

She and daughters

Sasha and Malia had close-up seats at the show, where the first lady presented a humanitarian award to Taylor S wift

. Some of the goop flew through the air and landed on the first lady’s face.

With Secret Service close at hand, it’s a good thing she laughed.

Hearts and daggers

Adam Levine has broken up with his sexy Victoria’s Secret girlfriend of two years, Anne V

.

“Adam and I have decided to separate in an amicable and supportive manner. We still love and respect each other as friends. I wish him all the best,” Anne said in a statement.

The two met at a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue launch party in 2010, and last year Adam serenaded her on the runway of the big Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

But on a happier note ...

Alec Baldwin proposed to his 28-year-old girlfriend, Hilaria Thomas, over the weekend. She is a yoga teacher and co-owner of a yoga studio in New York City. It will be her first marriage and the second for Alec, 54, who was famously hitched to Kim Basinger

before their nasty divorce in 2002.

Angie preggers?

OK magazine is proud of its “scoop” that

Angelina Jolie

is pregnant. “She’s almost three months along,” a source swears to the mag. “It’s not something she wants to officially announce but she’s at a point where she is telling a select group of people.”

Another “insider” adds: “Angelina is really savoring every moment. She’s having a tough time with morning sickness but says it’s all worth it.”

And we kinda made ourselves sick just repeating this because we don’t believe it.

Olbermann to spill?

Since there are already lawsuits involved, we’re not sure how much

Keith Olbermann will be able to share tonight with David Letterman about being dumped by Current TV and replaced with Eliot Spitzer

.

After the network announced the news late last week, Keith re-tweeted one fan’s opinion: “Weird how they see fit to replace a pro journalist w/a guy who got busted w/a Hooker.”

Added Keith: “Had to restore their ethics they said :).”

He’d rather be slimed

Adam Sandler

was thoroughly dissed at the Razzies awards Sunday night. His movie “Jack and Jill,” in which he played twins, won 10 of the 12 Razzies it was nominated for, a new record.

The Razzies honor the worst achievements in motion pictures.

“It’s not really a clean sweep,” Razzies founder

John Wilson

tells People, explaining that the 12 nominations included more than one in the supporting acting categories. “So it will go into the record books with an asterisk.”

This and that

• A bustier worn on stage by

Whitney Houston

fetched $18,750 at an auction in Beverly Hills over the weekend. The sale of 13 items from her career raised $80,187.

• 

Ashton Kutcher will play Steve Jobs

in the indie flick “Jobs,” which follows the late Apple co-founder from his hippie days to computer genius. Ashton will shoot the movie during his break from “Two and a Half Men.”

“CMAs may be the largest group of white Americans not watching Mad Men or Game of Thrones right now.”

Duncan Birmingham

When did Miranda Lambert turn into Adele?”

Nick Turner

“It’s good to dress up like a hot dog and through a bull horn scream ‘the first weiner is free.’”

Gary Busey

“Sometimes I feel like I’m so full of love I could explode!”

(A very pregnant) Jessica Simpson

“Clowns if you don’t stop your mass consumption we will have no polar bears soon need to recycle or else no more bears.”

Jose Conseco

“Just leaving the doctor for a routine check up! He says I am 100% healthy!”

Nick Cannon (on Monday)

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