Love Isn’t Dead After All: Ice and Coco’s Marriage May Be Just FineS

This might not be the most romantic or passionate endorsement of their enduring union, but Coco Austin and Ice-T were photographed working out. Together. Okay, Ice was watching Coco work out, but he looked very serious, like, sunglasses inside serious, as if he was trying really hard to stop caring that Coco and rapper AP.9 posed for some very handsy pictures in Las Vegas, the place love goes to die.

Working out is a stressful enough thing to do alone, so if Ice and Coco are working out together, it must mean that they're still super cool with each other. I mean, you don't share gym equipment with someone you don't trust, do you? That's like the best way to get a staph infection, and staph infections are gross. [TMZ]

  • An Angolan concert promoter named Patrick Allocco is suing Nasty, Nas the Esco to Escobar Now He Is Nastrodamus for $10 million, but the many-titled rapper doesn't seem too concerned because he didn't immediately prove TMZ with a comment. Allocco claims that he was kidnapped by other, more insidious Angolan concert promoters after Nas failed to show up for a New Year's Eve concert last year. [TMZ]
  • Britney Spears has absconded with tenuous fiance Justin Trawick to Louisiana in order to have a Very Crystal Hot Sauce Christmas. [Page Six]
  • You guys, Demi Moore was all about divorcing Ashton Kutcher way before it was mainstream and everyone was buying its album on iTunes. [TMZ]
  • Jessica Simpson, already pregnant with the sequel to her first child (this would be Child! Part Deux), is rumored to be thinking about considering being amenable to being persuaded to buy the old Osbourne ancestral home in Hidden Hills, Calif. Rumor also has it that, for a limited time only during the holidays, any house sale comes with Ozzy Osbourne as a live-in butler, which would coincidentally be the perfect scenario for a sitcom destined for a stroll to the gallows. [NYDN]
  • Celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston and Jon Hamm lent their fine, symmetrical features and rich, mellifluous voices to a black-and-white PSA about how gun violence needs to end, and while this seems like a great way to spread the word about gun control, what we really need is another Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue because I dare anyone to argue with Winnie the Pooh. [Today]
  • Unemployed professional football player Chad Johnson, formerly Chad Ochocinco, formerly Chad Johnson spent $8,000 on a pair of shoes that look just like the shoes Michael J. Fox wore in Back to the Future. Asked if he'd be wearing them to jog on the many roads slithering through Miami-Dade County, Johnson answered incredulously, "Roads? Where I'm going, I don't need roads." Then Danny Elfman and his orchestra wheeled out on a railroad handcar playing the BTTF theme. [TMZ]
  • It seems pretty likely that all cast members are returning for a ninth season of How I Met Your Mother, which you can look forward to watching on Netflix someday when it's raining and the only other thing you have to do all day is take a shower. [Deadline]
  • The Orange County Sheriff's Department found Iron Butterfly bassist Lee Dorman dead in a vehicle Friday morning, and though a coroner's investigation is currently in progress, no foul play is suspected. Dorman was 70-years-old. [CBS]
  • A judge dismissed a $5 million lawsuit filed by an injured stagehand who says he fractured his skull and suffered brain trauma in 2011 after falling through a gaping hole in the stage where New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys would be trying to exploit the 80s and 90s nostalgia of fans yearning to rekindle the fading flame of youth. [TMZ]