Brokenhearted ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera wasted no time after the break up with her former fiancé, rapper Big Sean. Rivera got married to actor Ryan Dorsey in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on July 19, People Magazine confirmed. The couple dated for only 2 months before tying the knot.
Reality TV star Kendra Wilkinson is having a difficult time coming to terms with the loss of her marriage to former NFL star Hank Baskett.
Kendra’s friends are rallying around her in a show of support. The mother of 2 has been in constant contact with her ex-beau Hugh Hefner since finding out her husband was cheating on her with a man, US Weekly reports.
Kendra Wilkinson was so enraged after hearing about her husband’s affair with a transsexual, that she threw her wedding ring in the toilet and flushed it. She also threw her wedding photos in the pool and punched holes in the walls, according to US Weekly.
There are new reports that singer Beyonce and and her philandering husband Jay Z are traveling separately during their much-hyped Run the World concert tour. According to the published reports, the couple only see each other on the stage.
Rumors that the power couple are on the brink of divorce have swirled since a video leaked to a gossip tabloid showing Beyonce’s sister, Solange Knowles, pummeling Jay Z relentlessly in a hotel elevator.
R&B singer Robin Thicke pours his heart out to estranged wife Paula Patton in the new music video for his song “Get Her Back”. The crooner isn’t handling their break up very well. Thicke, 36, and Patton, 38, met as teenagers.
The couple split after he got a little too familiar with a petite blond socialite at a MTV VMAs after party last year.
R&B Diva Keyshia Cole finally unleashed her inner lesbian on a new single titled “She”. Keyshia, who separated from her husband Daniel “Booby” Gibson, sings about trying something new over a DJ Mustard-produced track.
Down to try something different
Lips and legs, soft skin so feminine
Curves like me, covered in my cherry scent
Them boys love ‘em some you
But I ain’t mad ’cause you look good on me too
She look good on me too
Legendary actress Ruby Dee has died at age 91, a family member confirmed Thursday.
The Grammy-winning actress is best known for her stage and screen work in films such as “A Raisin in the Sun” (1961), Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” (1989), and the 1979 TV movie “Roots: The Next Generation”. Ruby Dee and her husband of 57 years, actor Ossie Davis, had an open marriage.