This, no doubt, is a relief to many.
Plus, Lindsay Lohan has dumped cocaine for B12, and more celebrity relationship news, in our daily gossip roundup.
So he'd seen the film already and liked it so much that he had to see it again? "Exactly."
See? They're not broken up! This is definite proof.
And more celebrity marginalia, in our daily gossip roundup.
We're just as shocked as you that 'Goddess in the Doorway' didn't make the list.
Rock's museum waxworks come to life for a series of sometimes incongruous, sometimes inspired duets.
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.
He reportedly said she is not a serious actress. And more celebrity feuds, in our daily gossip roundup.
Her Dior suits sure haven't been getting her attention.
All that practicing you've done in your room is going to pay off! The singer is looking for the person with the best rendition of the dance from "Single Ladies."
The Academy Awards were fraught with peril for Tom and Penélope, Jen and Brad, and Chace and Carrie. Anne Hathaway, on the other hand, was fine.
Also, Simon Cowell is reportedly wooing Kate Moss, and Coco Rocha is now a mannequin.
Michelle Trachtenberg, Mariah Carey, and Derek Jeter, on the other hand, remind us why we love New York.
In 'Last Call at Elaine’s,' Brain McDonald, who tended bar at the Upper East Side saloon-cum-salon from 1986 to 1997, recalls his time as a recovering alcoholic, trying to stay sober in one of the city’s most glamorous drinking dens.
And RZA has one on Mick Jagger! At least, that's what they said at a Belvedere party last night.
The indie actress is felled by a viral infection, Salman Rushdie would vote for Barack Obama, and writer Peter Davis cares too much about a socialite contest. All that and the rest of the gossip from New York's tabloids today.
Hova and Mary J stop in at 1Oak, Julia Louis-Dreyfus talks trash, and J.Lo starves herself back to normal in our daily roundup of the best bits in New York's gossip columns.