People have said a lot of disparaging things about made-for-reality TV romance in the wake of Kim Kardashian's divorce announcement, but we didn't believe them until now. Ali Fedotowsky and Robert Martinez have called it quits, despite the fact that their love was born of The Bachelorette's seemingly infallible matchmaking process. The couple met in 2010 on season 6 of the show. "Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez have ended their relationship," says her rep. "As they go through this difficult time, we ask that you respect the couple's privacy." [Radar]

Jessica Simpson is in talks with Weight Watchers for a $4 million deal to shed her baby weight. Sure, she hasn't had her baby yet, but women should never stop thinking about slimming down. [Us]


Ashton Kutcher reportedly tried to win Demi Moore back with a 2012 Lexus hybrid, but shockingly a luxury car couldn't salvage their relationship. [TMZ]


Poor Liza Minnelli is in a wheelchair after breaking her leg in three places. She tripped over her dog, but experts still haven't ruled out a case of the dizzies. [TMZ]

  • After realizing that dating Michael Lohan is a sure sign that you're in a dark place, Kate Major has voluntarily checked herself into rehab for alcohol abuse. [TMZ]
  • Bruce Springsteen announced on his website that he'll be touring Europe and American in 2012 and releasing a new album. [RS]
  • The December 10 episode of Saturday Night Live will be hosted by Katy Perry, with Robyn as the musical guest. [N.Y. Mag]
  • John Neville, who you probably know as "The Well-Manicured Man" in The X-Files, has died at age 86. [WaPo]
  • Padma Lakshmi's boyfriend Theodore Forstmann has died of brain cancer at 71. [E!]
  • HBO released some footage of season two of Game of Thrones. Don't get too excited, because the show still won't be back unitl April. [The Warp]
  • When harassed by a TMZ reporter, Francis Ford Coppola said there should have only been one Godfather movie. [TMZ]
  • Kristen Wiig is wearing lingerie in the new issue of GQ and the mag has dubbed her "Bro of the Year." They could have called her "Woman of the Year," but that would be silly because ladies aren't funny. [Us]