When Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell first dated in 2006, they expressed their undying devotion by getting matching tattoos. Now, proving that the couple that gets inked together stays together (even if a rock star briefly comes between you), Wood and Bell are back together and she's sporting a diamond ring on a certain finger. Wood broke off her engagement to Marilyn Manson in 2010 and has been seeing Bell since the summer. [Us]


There are conflicting accounts of whether miracle child Blue Ivy came into the world vaginally or via C-section, and it's important we get this worked out so we can properly judge Beyonce. As for her side of the story, she and Jay-Z released a statement saying, Blue "was delivered naturally at a healthy 7 lbs and it was the best experience of both of our lives. Her birth was emotional and extremely peaceful, we are in heaven. We are thankful to everyone for all your prayers, well wishes, love and support." [TMZ]
The Boston-area event planning company Blue Ivy is less excited about Beyonce and Jay-Z's baby than the rest of the world. [TMZ]
Ugh, this Twitter thing has definitely gotten out of hand. People were harassing Michelle Williams (of Destiny's Child) for not congratulating Beyonce on the site. She responded, "Let's get ONE thing straight....I do NOT have to say congrats to someone when they're NOT on twitter...ESPECIALLY when I talk or email them all the time....or when I'll be physically present as well." [People]


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Congrats to Alan Cumming and Grant Shaffer, who married over the weekend in New York! They already became civil partners in London five years ago, and decided to celebrate their anniversary with a wedding. [Us]


  • Elton John is writing a book about his experiences with the AIDS epidemic titled Love Is The Cure. [RS]
  • Paul Rudd is set to play Leslie Knope's opponent in the race for city council on Parks & Recreation, making this the most exciting election of 2012. [N.Y. Mag]
  • More exciting TV news: Jon Hamm says Mad Men will be back on March 25. [TV Guide]
  • Vertigo star Kim Novak said, "I want to report a rape ... My body of work has been violated by The Artist." You see, the film uses the score from Vertigo in one scene, and notes this in the credits, but obviously it's exactly like being sexually violated. [N.Y. Mag]
  • Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum married Love and Theft drummer Chris Tyrell over the weekend. [RS]
  • Nicole Richie says, "I actually don't know how to put on makeup-at all ... I have to get it done every time I want to wear makeup. I do not know how to wear it at all. It's so bad. I can do my own hair, but I cannot do makeup. I don't even own it." Sounds like Paris Hilton neglected some of her BFF duties when they were teenagers. [E!]