Now that Selma Blair is a single woman, she can jump back into the limelight and smooch one on her female co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar again.
After several months, Selma Blair has finally divorced her actor-rocker husband Ahmet Zappa.
The "Cruel Intentions" star - who filed for divorce in June citing irreconcilable differences - has been granted a confidential settlement agreement. Both parties have waived their rights to spousal support.
Selma, 34, married Ahmet - the son of the late musician Frank Zappa - in a traditional Jewish ceremony in January 2004 at the Los Angeles home of "Star Wars" star Carrie Fisher, after dating for just six months.
The pair have no children and although their divorce has been finalized, they will remain a married couple in the eyes of the law until December 27.
Selma is about to star in new film called "Purple Violets," directed by Ed Burns.
Ahmet, 32, published a children's book, "The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless" in July, and has just signed up to produce and write the script for a big screen version of Jim Henson's "Fraggle Rock."