We all know that Montana is a place where you can celebrity watch. In fact, here in Bozeman, you never know what famous person you might see around town. For years, celebrities have flocked to Montana for its beauty, and for the most part, because the locals leave them alone.
After 58-year old Star Trek fanatic Tony Alleyne got divorced, he proceeded to live every Trekkie’s fantasy and transform what had become his bachelor pad into the interior of the Starship Enterprise.
Katy Perry has been uncharacteristically (yet deservedly) mum since her hubby Russell Brand filed for divorce. She was inactive on Twitter for well over week and hadn’t issued any sort of statement about the split. Even though Perry was quiet, the media and ‘sources’ weren’t, revealing all kinds of details about who filed and why, how her evangelical Christian family feels about the split and how
Katy Perry should have listened to her ‘E.T.’ collaborator Kanye West when he sang, “Holla we want pre-nup” in his hit song ‘Gold Digger.’ The pop diva stands to lose nearly $31 million now that she and comedian hubby Russell Brand have filed for divorce.
No matter how rich and famous you are, sometimes you need your girlfriends to swoop in and save the day. That’s just what Rihanna is doing with her bestie Katy Perry. RiRi is reportedly planning to whisk her pal away to Mexico in the wake of her shocking split with husband Russell Brand.
Opposites attract — but they don’t often stay together.
Case in point: Katy Perry and Russell Brand. Their split seemed to come about suddenly (there were hardly even rumors of trouble until December 2011), but it turns out the pair had problems from the get go.
Nothing compares to Eighteen days of marriage!! Sinead O'Connor's Dec. 8 Las Vegas wedding may have been a fun idea, but the marriage to Barry Herridge is now over.
O'Connor said via her website, "Dear friends, I had for reasons u will all understand, wished to keep this private but have been told today it is to be leaked in the next few days despite my best efforts...
While one would think Kim Kardashian’s speedy divorce from human prop Kris Humphries would provide stand-up comics with easy punchlines, comedian Rob Delaney is taking the news in an entirely different direction.
In a column he writes for Vice Magazine, Delaney declared that he will be suing Kardashian and others for forcing a sham wedding on the American public.
The 2009 Census reveals that while couples in western and southern states marry more often, they also divorce at a higher rate than those in other areas of the US.
Andrew Cherlin, a professor of sociology and public policy at Johns Hopkins University, said, “Surprisingly, the south and west, which we think of as more socially conservative, have higher rates of divorce than does the supposedly libe