A few months ago Jon Hamm hinted that Kristen Wiig isn't interested in writing or starring in another Bridesmaids movie, and today Wiig confirmed that she an co-writer Annie Mumolo "aren't planning to do a sequel ... We are writing something else." While many would take this as a sign that the Bridesmaids sequel doesn't need to exist, the studio is forging ahead, since everyone knows it's easier to put out a crappy sequel than to come up with another original idea. The studio says it's "talking to filmmakers now about concepts," and there's still hope that it'll be a decent flick because one rumored idea is to do a spinoff about Melissa McCarthy's character. [N.Y. Mag]

Zooey Deschanel and Ben Gibbard announced they're splitting up a few months ago, but she just filed for divorce today. For some reason, that means TMZ has a detailed run down of her finances, including what she has in the bank, how much she makes on New Girl, and what she spends per month on groceries. [TMZ]


Sinead O'Connor recently announced that her three-week marriage to Barry Herridge is over, but according to her typo-ridden Tweets they're trying to make things work: "Guess whohad a mad love making affair with her own husband last night?" wrote Sinead. "Yay!! we decided to be boyfriend and girlfriend again an stay married but we did rush so we gonna return to b friend g friend...an be sickenly happy an go counsellin an move in in like a yr like regular people.. but stay married an we all in love an f—k every other." [E!]


Teen Mom 2's Leah Messer (the one who has twins and just got divorced for those who don't watch the show) is pregnant with another child and engaged to a dude named Jeremy Calvert. [Us]

  • Since the world doesn't know enough about James Franco, he's releasing a novel called Actors Anonymous, which is loosely based on his life. The book will be distributed through Amazon. [CNN]
  • Martha Stewart's daytime show has been canceled by the Hallmark Channel, so say goodbye to those clips of her critiquing actors' crafting techniques. [USA Today]
  • Brandi Glanville is denying the rumor you probably didn't hear about her having an affair with Demi Moore. [Us]
  • In news you're supposed to care about but probably don't, Kate Middleton has announced the charitable causes she'll support. She's been named Patron of Action on Addiction, Royal Patron of East Anglia's Children's Hospices, Royal Patron of The Art Room and Patron of the National Portrait Gallery, London. [E!]
  • Wegmans pulled its ads featuring Alec Baldwin following the American Airlines incident, but after realizing that no one is siding with an airline over Jack Donaghy, they've decided to run them again. [AP]
  • R.I.P. Cindy Crawford's old face. It appears someone has jumped on the plastic surgery bandwagon. [Radar]
  • Donald Trump took a break from tampering with the presidential election to announce the new Celebrity Apprentice cast: Clay Aiken, Michael Andretti, Adam Carolla, Tia Carrere, Lou Ferrigno, Debbie Gibson, Teresa Giudice, Victoria Gotti, Arsenio Hall, Penn Jillette, Lisa Lampanelli, Dayana Mendoza, Aubrey O'Day, Dee Snider, George Takei, Paul Teutul, Sr., Cheryl Tiegs, and Patricia Velasquez. [CBS News]
  • Scientists have named a newly discovered species the "Hasselhoff crab" because it has a hairy chest. [WP]
  • Rachel Zoe wore a loose cover up on the beach, so obviously she's pregnant again. [Radar]
  • BREAKING: "Lauren Conrad Resolves to Organize Her Closet in 2012" [Us]
  • Mario Lopez proposed to Courtney Mazza over the weekend, or as Us puts it, he's "ready to make an honest woman" out of her. "We took a walk alone as the sun was setting," says Lopez. "I told Courtney that I wanted the mother of my children to have their last name. She was silent at first from shock, then she leaped for joy and did a little jete!" [Us]
  • Reese Witherspoon on how she met her husband Jim Toth: "This really drunk guy was hitting on me, making such an idiot of himself, yelling at me ... Jim came over and said, 'Please excuse my friend. He's just broken up with someone.' Jim was a really good friend, pulling him out of that situation. That's just kind of who he is, a really good person." [Us]