This week a dead celebrity supposedly came back to life, a probably-fake Hollywood marriage ended and two star friends admitted they will never be a couple. See below for more.
Kelly Clarkson shares way too much. The former 'Idol' recently married her beau, Brandon Blackstock, and she admitted they're not wasting time in the baby-making department. In fact, she may have spilled too much, telling Jay Leno they are going at it like "rabbits," a comment that made the world cringe. Let's just say we should expect a baby bump sometime very soon.
No, Andy Kaufman is not alive. This week a 24-year-old actress claimed she is Kaufman's daughter and the actor is still alive, sparking a flurry of debate online. Despite fan's hopes that the legendary comic is still living, his former girlfriend Lynne Margulies spoke out, saying she watched him pass away years ago.
Courtney Stodden opened up about the split of the century. The former teen bride made headlines when she wed Doug Hutchinson, but they didn't live happily ever after. This week, Stodden said their divorce was partially due to her desire to change her looks, and even admitted the marriage was "strange." Some say "strange," but we say "fake."
There's a reason George Clooney and Sandra Bullock haven't dated. The two stars are really close friends, so it's no wonder fans hold out hope that they'll become an item. Unfortunately, Clooney says he would never take it to that level because Bullock once dated his friend and, you know, Clooney follows the "bro code." Bullock, on the other hand, says they're just too similar.
Simon Cowell is banned from girlfriend's son. Cowell's girlfriend, Lauren Silverman, has finalized her divorce and part of the settlement forces Silverman to keep her 7-year-old son away from Cowell. If Cowell even comes close to the boy, the couple will be fined $50K, and after three violations, Silverman could lose all contact with her son.
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