Et tu, Cindy Adams?
Et tu, Cindy Adams?
The '300' star burns the 'Real Housewife' in favor of Rose Byrne.
Meanwhile, Cameron Diaz has signed on to play Seth Rogen's love interest, and this thing with Kate Hudson and A-Rod is STILL happening, in today's gossip roundup.
Ed Westwick ditches a party hosted by girlfriend Jessica Szohr, fueling rumors of a tiff. That, and more celebrity innuendo, in today's gossip roundup.
She went to Beige on Tuesday night. And she got in a FIGHT.
It's been months! What is this, a relationship? Also, long-term bromances between Tom Cruise and David Beckham and Leonardo DiCaprio and Lukas Hass continue in today's gossip roundup.
Last night, New Yorkers were out-booed by Minnesotans.
Plus, more celebrity sightings from the past week.
Also in today's questionable celebrity pairings: A-Rod and Kate Hudson are sneaking around, and so are ... Miley Cyrus and P. Diddy?
Take that, Oprah. Plus, 'Laguna Beach' star Kristin Cavallari is attacked by models, and more, in our daily gossip roundup.
The actor gets carded after biking up to a meatpacking district hot spot. That, and the rest of today's gossip.
She needn't have bothered — Madonna didn't care that she was there, anyway. And more in our gossip roundup.
Disturbing. Plus, the Spellings continue to fight, Chris Martin has a spate of bad luck, and more in our gossip roundup.
Notoriously impatient Yankees fans wouldn’t have waited much longer. And they didn’t have to.
The Yankee slugger has been squiring Kate Hudson around town. That, and all the rest of today's gossip.
The daughter of the presidential hopeful sulked outside the White House Correspondents' Dinner the other night, and more in our daily gossip roundup.
It’s difficult to remember a more definitive “eff you” swing than Alex Rodriguez’s three-run homer Friday night.
Besides, of course, the fact that he's really, really good.
The sportswriter comes face-to-face with the backlash against her controversial book on A-Rod.
A-Rod was going to be the poster boy for PEDs for a long time to come. Now, he's got company on the poster.