Another Hollywood couple is splitting up, but thus far are keeping quiet as to the cause.
Danny DeVito, 67, and actress Rhea Perlman, 64, have separated, DeVito's rep confirms to CNN. The actor pair aren't going to a release a statement.
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According to People magazine, the "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" actor met "Cheers" star Perlman in 1970, backstage at one of his off-Broadway performances.
In two weeks, Perlman had moved in, the magazine says, and they married in 1982 while on a lunch break from the TV series "Taxi." The comedy, which ran from 1978 to 1983, was just one of their working projects together, including 1996's "Matilda."
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We sincerely hope this vomiting-during-a-live-performance bug isn't catching.
Following Justin Bieber's milk-induced nausea, Lady Gaga's proved that she, too, can toss her cookies in front of a paying crowd without missing a beat.
[This post contains spoilers to the October 7 episode of Showtime's "Homeland."]
Last week on "Homeland," Carrie traveled to Beirut to meet with Fatima Ali, an informant she recruited.
Sunday night, Carrie met with Fatima at her mosque for morning prayers, and the Hezbolla commander’s wife requested the $5 million reward for Abu Nazir and a flight to Detroit so she could live with her cousin.
She told Carrie that Nazir was going to meet with her husband, Abbas Ali, in Beirut the next day. “You can kill them both," she told Carrie.
We can't help but wonder if Elmo's feeling a little jealous now that Big Bird's getting late-night play.
The yellow, tall and feathered "Sesame Street" resident stayed up seven hours past bedtime on Saturday to sit down with Seth Meyers on "Saturday Night Live's" "Weekend Update."
The sketch comedy show offered the character the chance to respond to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's remarks about loving Big Bird, but not so much that he wouldn't cut funding from PBS.
After all of the accusations that have emerged from last week's spat between "American Idol" judges Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey, one might think that the producers would be less optimistic about their new panel.
But in a statement, the production team for the Fox singing competition is unfailingly optimistic, calling their lineup - which also includes Keith Urban, and longtime judge Randy Jackson - "one of the best, most passionate, dynamic and invested judging panels we've ever had."
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