Jennifer Aniston, the quintessential grown-up Judy Blume heroine, has a lot of Very Important Decisions to make in the next few months as her wedding to Justin Theroux draws nigh. Apparently she's been quizzing Charlize Theron—mom of one-year-old Jackson Theron—about the process of adoption since mutual friend Chelsea Handler connected the two.
Aniston's still unsure of the route she'll take to motherhood, says a source (I always picture our friend Source as professional doorway lurker O'Brien from Downton Abbey, don't you?):
"She's seriously considering [adoption] as an option, given her age and the fact that Charlize says it's the most rewarding thing she's ever done. But she hasn't decided entirely, with surrogacy another possibility for Jennifer because she definitely does want to have kids. However, at the moment she's just concentrating on her wedding to Justin. After that, she will decide what to do next."
Whether it's sliding out of you, falling from the sky or being plucked off a tree, I support you, Jennifer. [Radar Online]
YES! Danny Devito and Rhea Perlman, who devastated me/you/my cat/America when they announced their split in October after 30 years of marriage, are TRYING AGAIN. In other words, love has just peeled itself off the tarmac and taken flight.
"Danny kind of took Rhea for granted for a few years and their marriage went stale because of that.
Danny has been moving heaven and earth to win Rhea back – and it has worked," a source close to the couple tells Radar.
He pampered her with spa treatments, took her out for expensive dinners and made sure she felt special again.
Danny hasn't got a better friend on this planet than Rhea. They are the perfect couple, share the same playful sense of humor and were made for each other."
I have something in my eye, like a, hang on. [Radar Online]
Nicki Minaj, Elle's April cover girl, received something they're generously calling a "makeunder" (although it's not exactly like she just rolled out of bed with that lipliner on), and tells you to be Like A Boss, always, all the time.
"My advice to women in general: Even if you're doing a nine-to-five job, treat yourself like a boss. Not arrogant, but be sure of what you want - and don't allow people to run anything for you without your knowledge. You want everyone to know, Okay, I can't play games with her. I have to do right by this woman."
Nicki also bugged out on American Idol after her favorite contestant, Curtis Finch Jr., was eliminated. [Daily Mail]
Nobody's more distraught by the possible Miley Cyrus/Liam Hemsworth split than her parents, Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus. They're worried about Miley being single during this rebellious, partying phase of hers. "They know Liam's a good influence on her, he's very stable [and] extremely disciplined. Without him around to keep her on track who knows how wild she could get." What about the positive influence of her best friend Leslie? She's just being Miley, guize!
Related: judging by that picture, she and Justin Bieber have fused together to become one major sizzurp-sipping l'enfant terrible. [Entertainmentwise]
Women in New York and Long Island are taking their Kate Middleton emulation a step or two further than buying the same $55 Topshop dress: they're bringing photos of the princess to rhinoplasty offices in droves and requesting the same schnoz as the Dutchess of Cambridge.
Says a 22-year-old NYU student: "When I saw Kate's nose, I just knew it was the perfect nose for me. Other celebrities had parts of their noses that I wanted, but Kate's nose had it all. The bridge swoops. The tip doesn't fall when she smiles. And it's feminine." Can Kate Middleton's Nose Have It All? Let's write a bunch of trend pieces about it.
No but seriously, everything about this is fucked up. [NYDN]
After slamming Lindsay Lohan in his latest Feelingtweets, Justin Bieber takes it backsies. He told TMZ: