CELEBRITY NEWS & GOSSIPMay 25, 2013
After three proposals, Sienna Miller has finally agreed to marry Rhys Ifans. The English actress reportedly said yes to the Welsh's actor's marriage proposal after his third attempt.
The 39-year-old "Notting Hill" actor, who has been dating "The Factory Girl" actress since last year, had proposed for her hand in August. Miller apparently turned him down. That was his first attempt.
Madonna is marrying Guy Ritchie again. The singer superstar reportedly wants to renew her wedding vows with the film director to show him she loves him.
An insider reveals, "The simple truth is that Madonna wants to have the ceremony to make it very clear to Guy, once again, that she loves him and that he's not just an entry on her list of priorities, he's actually on top of that list."
Lily Allen visits male friends wearing just sexy underwear and a mac.
The 'Smile' singer - who recently split from Chemical Brothers star Ed Simons - loves the look on her pals' faces when they see her standing outside their home in skimpy lingerie.
Kelly Rowland had a secret boob job last year.
The former Destiny's Child singer underwent the cosmetic procedure last October because she wanted to boost her modest bust.
Matt Damon is going to be a second-time dad. The "Bourne Ultimatum" star has revealed his wife Luciana Barroso is pregnant again.
The 37-year-old "sexiest man alive's" rep confirms to US magazine the news. She says, "They couldn't be happier. They're so excited!"
Matthew McConaughey wants to name his unborn son after his favorite beer.
The 'Fool's Gold' star - who is expecting his first baby with girlfriend Camila Alves - is planning to pay tribute to his beloved alcoholic beverage, just like his brother.
Catherine Zeta Jones uses a $125 lotion to stop her from looking old.
The Oscar-winning actress, 38, couldn't live without Elizabeth Arden's Prevage anti-ageing cream as it keeps her looking youthful.
Patrick Swayze "will be resilient" in his battle against pancreatic cancer, says his former co-star Lea Thompson.
The actress - who starred alongside Patrick in the 1984 action film 'Red Dawn' - thinks the 55-year-old will beat the disease despite it having a survival rate of less than five percent.