Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough have broken up. Sources blame Ryan’s relentless work schedule. One source says, quote, “He works all the time. He never sleeps. It’s a lifestyle she couldn’t handle anymore. Work always, always came first. She wants a more low-key life.” On Saturday, Julianne Tweeted a picture of herself with some friends, along with the hashtag “friends are the best therapy”.
Oprah Winfrey taped an interview with Steve Harvey recently, and he asked her about Terrence Howard’s “tig ol’ bitties” remark. She said it didn’t bother her too much . It was only other people making a big deal out of it. She said Terrence was right, because she does have, quote, “big breastises.” She also said the scene was supposed to be much shorter . . . but Terrence misbehaved, and it got to be much longer. The full interview airs April 26th on “The Steve Harvey Show”
One of Hollywood’s most awesome couples WILL NOT DIE! Danny Devito and Rhea Perlman are back together, after being separated for about five months. Danny and Rhea announced their separation last October. But they were spotted traveling together in November and in December, Danny said they were trying to work things out. Danny and Rhea have been married for 31 years, and have three adult children. He’s 68, she’s 64.
During a Twitter conversation with a friend the other day, Miley Cyrus suggested that she’s only not wearing her engagement ring because it’s BROKEN. And she said, quote, “when [this] happens to me everyone says my wedding is off.” Meanwhile, Kat Von D Tweeted pictures of a tattoo she did for Miley. It’s a Leonardo DaVinci drawing of two views of an anatomically-correct human heart, and it appears to be on Miley’s forearm.
Prosecutors will ask the judge in her criminal trial to throw the book at Lindsay Lohan and give her 240 days in jail if she’s convicted of lying to cops in her June car accident case TMZ has learned. Sources close to the case say the L.A. City Attorney will be in court, lying in wait in the event Lindsay is convicted. We’re told if the jury finds her guilty, L.A. prosecutors will ask the judge to jail her because she would have squarely violated her probation in the jewelry heist case by breaking the law. We’re told L.A. prosecutors will ask for the maximum — 240 days in jail. Law enforcement sources say that if the judge sentences Lindsay to the max, based on the current formula and the fact that she’s a repeat probation violator, Lindsay would actually serve between 60 and 90 days. We’re told the Santa Monica City Attorney — which is prosecuting the main lying-to-cops case — will not ask for additional jail time if Lindsay gets nailed with the max. But here’s the problem. If Lindsay is convicted, she’d be placed on probation for ANOTHER 2 years, meaning if she violates any law, she could be hauled into court again, and possibly serve more jail time.
Jay Leno may or may not be on the outs with NBC, but either way, his jokes about the network are apparently ruffling some feathers. On the February 28th episode of “The Tonight Show”, Leno made fun of NBC’s abysmal ratings in his monologue. He “joked,” quote, “For the first time in history, NBC is going to finish fifth in the ratings period. We are behind the Spanish-language network Univision . . . or as we call it here in Los Angeles: Cinco de Ratings.” He added, quote, “It’s so bad, ‘The Biggest Loser’ isn’t just a TV show anymore . . . it’s our new motto.” And: ”It’s so bad, NBC called Manti Te’o and asked him to bring in some imaginary viewers.” Anyway, the Chairman of NBC Entertainment, a guy named Robert Greenblatt, was not amused, but NOT because the jokes were terrible. The “New York Times” says he emailed Leno to complain about the NBC jokes but Leno defended himself, arguing that it’s a tradition for late night hosts to poke fun at their bosses. Neither of them have commented publicly.
Justin Timberlake capped off his week on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” by teaming up with Jimmy to do another “History of Rap” song. This time they did a sampling of everyone from Jay-Z and The Notorious B.I.G. to Eminem and 2 Live Crew.
Those hackers who caused chaos among the elite in Hollywood and Washington, D.C. by posting their confidential information like Social Security numbers and credit reports have called it quits. The website is gone, but before it disappeared, they posted a message saying, quote, “We have enjoyed every minute of the past 12 days of providing entertainment and laughs to all of you, sadly it’s time to say bon voyage.”
When you first hear “Home” by last year’s “American Idol” winner Phillip Phillips, there’s no denying that it sounds a lot like Mumford and Sons. It even fooled one of the guys IN THE BAND. Ben Lovett plays keyboards for Mumford and Sons, and he recently told Rolling Stone that he thought “Home” actually WAS a Mumford and Sons song, the first time he heard it.