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8 Celeb Couples Who Called Off Their Divorces

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At this point, celebrity divorces have become expected. Dare I say, they’re a bit cliche? So leave it to Slash to call off his divorce from his wife of nine years, Perla Ferrar. The former Guns N’ Roses guitarist filed for divorce two months ago, citing irreconcilable differences, but I guess they were reconcilable after all since Slash just filed a request for dismissal of the divorce papers. [NY Daily News]

I guess it’s nice to give it another go, but sometimes once that seed is planted, it seems to keep on growing. After the jump, celeb couples who called off their divorces.

The Situation Looks Dopey On The Cover Of Men’s Fitness

The editors of Men’s Fitness are hoping you’ll ignore the I’ve-got-a-poop-situation-in-my-pants look on Mike Sorrentino‘s face because surely you want his abs. [via Cover Awards] Keep reading »

Tim Gunn Rooted For Mondo, But Is Cool With Gretchen Winning “Project Runway” Because She’s Poor


Well, this is interesting. In the video above, Tim Gunn is asked what he thought about the “Project Runway” finale, in which Gretchen was awarded the top prize. Tim explains that host Heidi Klum asked him who he thought should win and he agreed with her that Mondo was the best choice, but that Heidi couldn’t get Nina Garcia or Michael Kors to budge. In the end, Tim agreed with some random woman in a deli, who told him that Mondo would succeed no matter what, while Gretchen needed the money. And that, my friends, will go down as the real reason Gretchen, who everyone hated for her attitude and hippie dippie designs (except me), won “Project Runway.” Keep reading »

Fertility Expert Says 20-Something Women Should Freeze Their Ovaries

When it comes to baby-craving, I am a complete lady cliché. I remark that my own ovaries are rotting between bites of huevos rancheros at brunch. I joke about having a back-up plan that involves “accidentally” getting knocked up by someone handsome, successful, and smart. Just this morning, I got an email from a pregnant friend, who is due any day now, telling me she was having minor contractions and I got teary-eyed. So, when I read the headline “Women ‘should freeze ovaries in their twenties’,” I felt the urge to mentally flagellate myself for being nearly 31 with only Trader Joe’s mac ‘n’ cheese in my freezer. Fertility scare tactics work like a charm on me. But not this one! Keep reading »

10 Countries That Have Elected Women Into The Highest Office

This week, Brazil got its first female president, Dilma Rousseff, who was formerly the energy secretary and chief of staff to President Luiz Inácio da Silva. Taking 56 percent of the vote, Rousseff said, “I hope the fathers and mothers of little girls will look at them and say, ‘Yes, women can.’” It seems trite to be all “girl power!” about this, but I get kind of giddy when a lady is elected into a country’s highest office. A handful of South American governments are being run by women now, and there are women in top political offices around the world. We’ve rounded up some of them up after the jump. [Newser] Keep reading »

Demi Lovato Enters Rehab For “Emotional And Physical Issues”

“Demi has decided to take personal responsibility for her actions and seek help. She is doing just that. Demi and her family ask that the media respect her privacy during this difficult time.”

– A statement from the representative for Demi Lovato, who entered rehab yesterday after mysteriously and suddenly quitting Twitter this weekend. According to sources, the singer/actress reportedly has battled an eating disorder and has had issues with cutting. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

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