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Leonardo DiCaprio is back on the market.
The perennial bachelor and his latest very hot girlfriend, Victoria's Secret model Erin Heatheron, have broken up.
And, once again, after she had met his mom and everything!
DiCaprio and Heatherton coupled up late last year following the actor's split from Blake Lively, and that coming shortly after his split from model Bar Refaeli.
Before Refaeli, Gisele Bündchen was DiCaprio's main squeeze for a good four years.
If Hollywood is just like high school (which, as we can hypothesis, it is), then the developing movie The Monuments Men is that lunch table at which you always really wished you could sit. At the head of the booth is George Clooney, star and director of the in-the-works historical drama about the final legs of Germany’s reign over Europe in the middle of the 20th Century. Deadline reports that prom king Clooney has assembled the ultimate clique to make up what should turn into one of the most anticipated pictures of the coming years.
Hey guys, Carmen Electra is single again.
The Date Movie diva and her erstwhile fiancé, rocker Rob Patterson, have officially gone their separate ways, E! News confirms.
A source tells us that Rob moved out about a month ago from the actress's Beverly Hills pad after growing frustrated by some issues in the relationship.
According to the insider, the couple have been in touch but have no plans to get back together and Carmen's recent dinner dates with 52-year-old X Factor judge Simon Cowell definitely came after the breakup.
Jennifer Lopez can rest easy now that a $10 million lawsuit filed against her has been dismissed.
The lawsuit came about two years ago when Lopez's attorneys sent cease-and-desist letters to her former hubby Ojani Noa, his business partner Ed Meyer and producer Claudia Vazquez while they were working on a film for Telemundo called I Owe JLo.
Jim Carrey is enjoying the dawg days of summer.
The Mr. Popper's Penguins star was spotted on the beach in Malibu yesterday with a striking, bikini-clad brunette, the pair of them walking in the surf and snapping photos not far from one of Carrey's homes, which he put on the market in June for $13.5 million.
Do you think he's having second thoughts about letting go of such a prime location? It's a great spot to entertain...
TV shows come and go, but that prestigious Emmy trophy in your hands…that sort of thing is forever. Which makes this list we're about to talk about extremely sad.
Michael Jackson Was an "Emotionally Paralyzed Mess" in Days Before Death, According to This Is It Producers
New details are coming to light about Michael Jackson's behavior as he prepped for his 2009 comeback tour.
According to 250 pages worth of confidential emails obtained by the Los Angeles Times, the financiers of the King of Pop's "This Is It" concerts, Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), were deeply concerned about Jackson's stability, with execs referring to him as "self loathing" and "lazy," among other things.
"MJ is locked in his room drunk and despondent," AEG's Randy Phillips said in an email to his boss AEG President Tim Leiweke during that time. "I am trying to sober him up."
Did you ever dream of running away and joining circus? Thirty people in Chicago tried to make that dream come true on Wednesday.
They wanted to be clowns, and entertain thousands at the “Greatest Show on Earth.”
Some of the clown candidates were driven by economic necessity.
Margaret Lute, of Akron, Ohio, drove all the way to downtown Chicago to audition to be a clown for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
She lost her job working for a children’s theater about a month-and-a-half ago, and has been looking for a job ever since.
Tom Hardy, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Tobey Maguire are pooling together their collective Hollywood influence to make a film about the serious issue of international animal-trafficking. The project, initially thought up by Hardy, is being developed as a Traffic-style multi-plotted tale that will examine how animals are tortured and abused all across the globe.