CELEBRITY NEWS & GOSSIPDecember 13, 2013
Demi Moore credits Ashton Kutcher with making her a better person.
The 'Ghost' actress - who, at 46, is 15 years older than her husband - says the love he shows her gives her the confidence to try things she's never done before.
Ashley Greene's dog has become more famous than many Hollywood stars.
The 'Twilight Saga: New Moon' actress can't open a magazine without seeing photos of her pooch Marlow inside and believes it must be "mind-boggling" for fellow actors to understand why the white toy fox terrier has such a high profile.
Mel Gibson was too short to play James Bond.
The 'Braveheart' star's 5ft 9in frame was deemed unsuitable to make a convincing portrayal of the iconic British spy - who is currently played by Daniel Craig - while producer Albert R 'Cubby' Broccoli was also concerned that he was too famous for the role.
John Travolta is having daily therapy sessions to cope with his son's death.
The 'Pulp Fiction' star - whose eldest child Jett, 16, died after suffering a seizure during a holiday to the Bahamas in January - is taking religious counseling with his family to help them work through the tragedy.
Joss Stone wants to take more drugs.
The 'Super Duper Love' singer openly admits to smoking cannabis and hasn't ruled out dabbling with other illegal substances in future, even though she thinks they are "horrible".
Megan Fox gets inspiration from her Marilyn Monroe tattoo.
The 'Transformers' beauty has an etching of the legendary sex symbol on her forearm and says looking at it gives her the attitude needed to make it in the movie world.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban thought they were too old to have children.
The celebrity couple - who married in 2006 and have 17-month-old daughter Sunday Rose together - didn't believe they would ever have babies because they met each other later in life.
Kate Winslet is worth £60 million to Britain.
'The Reader' actress was the first celebrity to be "audited" by the UK Film Council, which looked to put a specific value on the country's creative industries and chose the English star as the first example for her success abroad and public profile.