Halle & Olivier split Halle Berry and third hub Olivier Martinez, both 49, are divorcing. "We move forward with love and respect for one another and the shared focus of what is best for our son," Maceo-Robert, 2, they tell People. "We wish each other nothing but happiness." They met in '10 on the set of Dark Tide and wed in '13.
Keys, marathon woman Alicia Keys' latest challenge isn't artistic. It's about stamina: The 34-year-old New York native is training to run the New York City Marathon. When she was first asked whether she'd ever run, Keys blogs that her first instinct was, "Hell. No!"
Murphy: No-Cosby policy Eddie Murphy's triumphant return to Saturday Night Live for the show's 40th anniversary celebration was a bit of an anticlimax: He gave a thank-you speech, not a stand-up routine at the top of the February special. The comic has decided to explain: He was asked to play alleged rapist Bill Cosby in a Celebrity Jeopardy! send-up but refused.
J-Law: Be tough, not adorable Jennifer Lawrence is enraged that men continue to make more than women in Hollywood. In an essay for Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter newsletter, the American Hustle star says that, like most women, she's not tough enough during salary negotiations, fearing she'll be labeled difficult or spoiled. She vows she'll fight for better pay. "I'm over trying to find the 'adorable' way to state my opinion and still be likable," she writes.
Kim: Pregnancy is so lame! Kim Kardashian, who was soooo desperate to have another baby with Kanye West, says she hates being pregnant. "I'm gonna keep it real: For me, pregnancy is the worst experience of my life! LOL!" North West's 34-year-old mom posted Monday on her blog. "I don't enjoy one moment of it and I don't understand people who enjoy it."
Tirdad Derakhshani was born in Tehran, Iran, and raised in London and rural North Jersey, where he closely studied a theoretical, radical post-Hegelian approach to cow-tipping. He moved to Philadelphia in the mid-'80s to seek enlightenment, and instead received a B.A. in literature at Penn. While pursuing doctoral studies in modern religious thought and philosophy, he worked at the Inquirer as a news clerk, researcher, editor, and entertainment writer.
He hopes SideShow will help citizens better understand the vicissitudes of the Consumerist-Military-Industrial-Infotainment Complex, or, in other words, why Britney Spears has a tendency to shave her head, Brangelina to adopt children, and Lindsay Lohan to crave imprisonment.
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