When most people break up with someone there are a few months of Facebook relationship demotions, awkward run-ins and a feverish return to the gym so that you can look hotter first before it all fades into an unpleasant memory. But not so for celebrities, who can be reminded of their past mistakes on an ongoing global basis for the rest of their natural lives. Take Angelina Jolie who will no doubt be thrilled to learn that her ex-husband Billy Bob Thornton has decided to make a movie inspired by his time with her. Entitled And Then We Drove, it's being positioned as an "ethereal" story about a man who picks up a "wild woman" while on a road trip and learns a thing or two about life and love – which sounds like a mix between a Reese Witherspoon rom-com and Rochelle, Rochelle aka "a young girl's strange, erotic journey from Milan to Minsk." Sidebar: Angelina be looking even better these days - she's aging like a pro. [Vulture]
Billy Bob Thornton says he and Angelina Jolie are still besties and spend their days gabbing via their princess phones. Though perhaps not for much longer. [Telegraph]

The investigation into Whitney Houston's death is moving at a lightening speed when compared to that of Michael Jackson or Anna Nicole Smith – with the doctors who prescribed her the medication found in her room facing questions and possible legal action. If the pills match her medical records then all is okay, but if they were prescribing them illegally then shit is going down. "[Authorities] need to determine that no one is criminally negligent," said a source. "There still could be charges in this case." [Daily Mail]
Managers at the hotel where Whitney's body was found asked that her body not be removed until her famous friends had finished partying downstairs. [Radar]
But Sharon Osbourne wasn't one of them – she was baffled why anyone would want to keep on partying after what happened. [E!]
Whitney's secret son Tweets his feelings about her death. [Radar]
President Obama is the latest public figure to offer his condolences to Whitney's family. [E!]
From one icon to another, Paul McCartney pays his respects to Whitney. [TMZ]
Glee is officially dedicating their Valentine's Day episode to Whitney. [E!]
Well-meaning brainiac Celine Dion says that drugs are to blame for Whit's untimely death. [NYDN]
She managed to hold it together throughout her great Grammys tribute, but Jennifer Hudson says she is devastated by the loss of her friend and has been crying ever since she heard the news. [US]

It may shock you to learn that the son of a man who built a softcore pornographic empire has a troubled relationship with women, but here we are – Hugh Hefner's son Marston was arrested for domestic violence after attacking his girlfriend, and Playmate of the Year, Claire Sinclair. Sinclair told police that he kicked and punched her and refused to let her leave their Pasadena home, and while Hefner Jr. admits to having a fight he denies hitting her. Though the bruises on her body tell a different story. [NYDN]
Update: Sinclair doesn't want him to do time but expects a public apology and a promise that he'll undergo psychiatric help. [E!]
Hugh Hefner had this to say about his son's arrest: "If they care about each other, they'll patch it up." Really? If he cared about her maybe he shouldn't have hit her in the first place. [People]

Eyes were rolled when it was revealed that Demi Moore would be playing Gloria Steinem in the Linda Lovelace biopic, and that went double when Sarah Jessica Parker was named as Moore's replacement – but Ms. Steinem herself has come out to say that she's "honored" for SJP to play her. "I'm grateful that she wants to do it so much, because of the subject matter – because she understands how important sex trafficking and forced prostitution is," she said. "And Linda Marciano's story can happen to anyone. And that's my role, I believe, in the movie to say that. So I'm very honored that she wanted to do it … I think that Sex And The City was one of the few pop cultural admissions that friendship among women is crucial." [US]

Magda Szubanski – aka Sharon from Kath & Kim – has come out in support of same-sex marriage and, subsequently, outed herself as a lesbian. Which is a pretty big deal Down Under as she's hugely popular with the over-40s suburban set. "I am 1,000 per cent in favour of gay marriage," she said in an official statement. "We pay taxes, fight wars for this country, nurse you when you are sick, make you laugh, sing and dance for you, play netball for you, star in your movies, cook your meals, decorate your store windows … All Australians, including gay Australians, should have exactly the same rights, including the right to love, marry and take care of our partners." The statement comes a day after two bills to legalise same-sex marriage were introduced in Parliament. [ABC]
It shouldn't come as a huge shock considering he has three kids with his Hollywood publicist boyfriend, but Matt Bomer also came out –at an awards show with a lovely speech. [E!]

  • It's no surprise that most of us around these parts get a little puffy for Adele but this Twitter account by her fake ex-boyfriend – and largely concerned with taking her down a few pegs – is awesome. [Twitter]
  • Are you poisoning your child? Probably. Let Selma Blair tell you why. [Get Real For Kids]
  • Twist! People are shocked that Vogue didn't once bring up Adele's weight in their current cover story interview. [NY Mag]
  • Once readers have awoken from their pubes-induced pleasure coma, Justin Theroux has a few words to share about becoming Jennifer Aniston-related tabloid fodder: "I understand the curiosity, but other than saying I am happy, I am not going to indulge it. That's building your own torture device." [NY Mag]
  • Celebrities are at once overwhelmed with love/vocally disgusted by Chris Brown's Grammy appearance. [The Daily Beast]
  • At least someone is making a bit of green off of Lindsay Lohan's ailing career – with artist Domingo Zapata selling a piece comprised of Polaroids of Lindsay for $100K. [Page Six]
  • ¡Qué Sorpresa! The Catholic League of whiners are upset with Nicki Minaj faux exorcism/dancing priest/altar boy-grinding Grammy performance. [NYDN]
  • Tim Tebow tells a bunch of kids that he is not currently boning Katy Perry. [E!]
  • The title of this video really says it all: Mob Wives' Big Ang reenacts Downton Abbey. [US]
  • David Kelly, who played Grandpa Joe Bucket in the Tim Burton remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has died at 82. [TMZ]
  • Newsflash! Shakira was totally sorta not really attacked by a "crazed" sea lion. [The Sun]
  • If you ever wanted a close-up viewing of The Situation's junk and crack situation here is your chance. [Daily Mail]
  • A Valentine's Day gift we can all enjoy: renowned performance artist Courtney Stodden and her husband Doug — they're kind of like the Abramović and Ulay of our generation — recreate scenes from Lady And The Tramp. [Daily Mail]