Debra Messing and Daniel Zelman, who met when they were students at NYU, have split after 10 years of marriage. Her rep says the, "decision was mutual, and they remain supportive of one another and committed to raising their son as a family," and for once it seems those aren't just PR lies. Though they broke up months ago, they're still living together with their 7-year-old son. "They have been separated the better part of the year but continue to live together in New York for Roman," says a source. "It's very amicable." [Us]


It's hard to believe, but Kevin Federline has earned himself the title of "the classy one" — among Britney Spears' ex-husbands. While he said he's happy for Brit and Jason Trawick, her former husband of 20 hours, Jason Alexander, says, "I know everyone wants me to be happy about this, but I am not ... I think it's fake and I think people are afraid to say it ... If you look at all the pictures between them there is no connection ... They look like they are going through the motions. It seems like a answer to the court thing ... Sort of a nice way to sew it all up she marries her handler ... That way she always has someone controlling her. It's sort of sad." [Us]

There's a stupid rumor going around that Jon Bon Jovi is dead, and yesterday he shared a message from beyond the grave via Twitter. [Us]


A source says that Justin Bieber is "obsessed with the Playboy Mansion. He actually has permission to show up whenever he wants, he's invited to every party and he even visits just to hang with Hef." So he's like most teenage guys in America, except he's actually been to the mansion. [JB Shrine]

In other Playboy news, James Franco is in talks to play Hugh Hefner in a Linda Lovelace cameo. [Variety]


  • America Idol person David Archuletta announced that he's putting his career on hold for two years to work full-time with the Mormon church, not unlike myself (no, not really). He said, "It's not because somebody told me that I was supposed to do it, not because that I no longer want to do music anymore, but it's because it's the feeling that I felt that I need to do next in my life." [TMZ]
  • HBO has picked up Enlightened, which I've never heard of, for a second season, but Bored To Death, Hung, and How To Make It In America have been canceled. [N.Y. Mag]
  • Attention all Community fans: A flash mob to save the show will be held on Thursday afternoon in Rockefeller Center. Be there or be square. [The Wrap]
  • Kim Kardashian is rightly upset that tabloids reported "completely ridiculous and untrue things" about her traveling to Haiti for a fashion show. She says the trip was "completely life-changing" and "The truth is that I was at the Haitian Artisan Fair, where the amazing men and women who make their jewelry and crafts sell them to visitors to make a living, and I bought some beautiful jewelry!" [People]
  • Let's close with this threat from Kim, concerning her family's reality programs: "These shows could go on for years ... There are so many of us. but I think we'll see more of my younger siblings." Start preparing to have Mason Disick take your city in about 20 years. [Radar]

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