It seems Eva and Tony were borrowing a page out of the Brad Pitt/Jen Aniston playbook.
Why does it sting so much when you find out that he's marrying someone else? And why is that painful feeling intensified when you realize that he's marrying the first girl he dated after you?
Celebrities, you are now living in the fishbowl of a kiss-tell-and-sell society, and you need to learn that there are no secrets in a TMZ world. You can heed my warning or you can learn the hard way.
Let me be clear: Courteney Cox and David Arquette owe me - and my generation - absolutely nothing. They are simply two grown adults, living their live...
The fascination that we have about the "celebusphere" seems far beyond just mere interest and entertainment.
A few stars are particularly skilled at bouncing back from their painful splits in a nanosecond. Here's a look at eight celebrity rebounds we honestly didn't see coming:
In every marriage, whether a long or short one, "the part of me that is only me" is the hardest part to hang on to.
It's the curious case of Tipper and the former Veep Of conduct untoward we haven't heard a peep While there's no sign of a jaunt down the Appalachian ...
Just imagine the very special panel Larry King could assemble for this story. Personally, I'm a longtime Larry-head, so I genuinely hope that this is his best divorce yet.
Run, Sandra, run from Jesse James like he's the plague. His cheating won't hurt you but his association with Neo Nazism will!
Jamie and Frank McCourt's divorce proceedings reveal a narcissistic couple who spent lavishly on everything and yet haven't solved who actually owns their largest asset: the LA Dodgers.
Of all the very bad things Jesse James did to Sandra Bullock, the very worst was to allow her to love his children, knowing he couldn't keep himself together.
When they met in law school and married, she had an $11 wedding ring and they went to Wendy's for their anniversary. How do things change from a bright and cheery wedding day into unhappiness and misery?
Aggressive divorce lawyers complicate and lengthen divorce cases so they can earn as much money as possible. There is a peaceful alternative.
The so-called Oscar curse where a smart beautiful woman's success bruises her husband's delicate ego compelling him to run into the arms of some dim-witted damsel du jour is missing a crucial ending.
In an exclusive interview, Bertram Fields, the high power entertainment lawyer -- working on Ms. McCourt's team as what he calls a "strategic adviser" -- shares his views about the McCourt divorce case.