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Giovanni Ribisi, Giovanni Ribisi's moustache and model Agyness Deyn have apparently been dating on the sly for months and quietly married in Los Angeles this weekend. As recently as March, Deyn told press "I'm all alone. There has been no man in my life for several months now and although it would be nice to have a boyfriend, I can't just settle for anybody." Like a princess in a fairytale, she waited for Prince Frank Buffay Jr., and they were "passionately kissing" on the marriage license line. [Us Magazine]


Cool Giovanni Ribisi And Cool Agyness Deyn Elope Coolly

BAMF Dolly Parton, who in 2010 admitted that not having children made her consider suicide, credits the success of her 46-year marriage to Carl Thomas Dean thusly: "Not having children together, and not having money problems has probably helped. A lot of the pressures that cause couples trouble are just things we never had to go through." [Monsters And Critics, NYDN]


Cool Giovanni Ribisi And Cool Agyness Deyn Elope Coolly

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes that Russell Brand tried to snort, Katy Perry seems to be recovering from her divorce and is finally speaking out about it ("'I wanted to handle it very delicately with the most integrity I could possibly have and show people that like, "Look, yeah, I'm going through some of the same situations that half of America goes through, and somehow I landed on my feet and you don't have to lay down and die even if you feel like you're going to.'") She told Jay Leno that fans will see her "lowest point" in Katy Perry: A Part Of Me and has also announced that she plans to follow in Madonna and Prince's footsteps and start a record label. [THR, Daily Mail]



David Letterman took The Beebs to task for having too many tattoos. He even grabs the kid's arm, spontaneously curing the acid reflux/old man problems he doubtlessly has. You guys, I would watch a sitcom of these two so hard. [Washington Post]


Cool Giovanni Ribisi And Cool Agyness Deyn Elope Coolly

Tony Parker, casualty of the Great Drake/Chris Brown Bottle Incident of 2012, is now suing over the eye injury he incurred. More importantly, here's how it started, supposedly: Drake sent over a note to Chris Brown's table that read "I am fucking the love of your life." And Parker's lawyer said of Rihanna "She's been known, like Helen of Troy, to cause trouble." [NY Post]


  • Tom Brady admits he's had some silly-ass hair in his day. [Showbiz Spy]
  • Brad Pitt bought some Anglophile-ish graffiti art. ("He already has a Banksy.") [Monsters And Critics]
  • "You worry, ‘Am I not good enough? Am I not what people need?'" —Ann Veal Curry. Wait, who? Egg? [Showbiz Spy]
  • The real tragedy here is that Rebecca Romijn has cut down on wine since having her twins. [Celebrity Baby Scoop]
  • Lana Del Rey went shopping in Milan with Tara Reid? [The Superficial]
  • Majandra Delfino whose real name is Maria DeLuca From Roswell, had a baby. [People]
  • Olivia Newton-John opened The Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre. [Contact Music]
  • Woody Allen on fame, sensibly: "It's better to be famous than not famous because you get unfairly pampered." [Page Six]
  • The baker hired to help Salman Rushdie's birthday party guests nom wrote "Haroun and the Sea of Storms," rather than the correct "Haroun and the Sea of Stories" on a cake. [Page Six]
  • Jack Osbourne was kicked off a reality show after being diagnosed with MS. [NYDN]
  • Kim Kardashian says Kanye West knows everything about her. So does everyone, though. [NYDN]
  • Girls star Jemima Kirke is going to have to employ all sorts of Debra Messing-on-Will & Grace-ish couch-sitting cushion-holding tactics on the show now that she's pregnant with her second child. [NYDN]
  • Joe Manganiello engaged in "Dorito foreplay" on The Soup. [OMG]
  • After Jim Carrey shot it down, Jeff Daniels confirms: There will be no Dumb And Dumberererer.[TMZ]
  • American Idol and The Voice contestant Frenchie Davis comes out as gay. [Contact Music]
  • Will.i.am gave $779,800 to Prince Charles' charity. [CBS News]