We learned earlier this week that Cathriona White was actually married at the time of her apparent suicide.
But now we're starting to learn more about Mark Burton, the man she tied the knot with.
But now, the cameraman supposedly lives in a small town in Oregon, southwest of Portland.
Sources say he hasn't been seen this past week. Insiders have revealed that his truck hasn't moved in days. However, he supposedly tends to avoid being in public.
It's not clear if Cathriona's estranged spouse will be heading to Ireland to attend her funeral on Saturday.
The two met on the set of the internet television series The Online Gamer before getting hitched in Las Vegas two years ago. They supposedly separated before the makeup artist rekindled her romance with the Bruce Almighty actor earlier this year.
Sources say Jim is planning to be at her memorial service over the weekend. Our hearts go out to everyone affected by Cathriona's untimely passing.
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Back in April, we learned that Britney Spears and Italian music producer Giorgio Moroder were teaming up to cover Suzanne Vega's 1987 hit Tom's Diner.
And now, the lyric video for their cool collab is finally here!
The remake is given an electronic makeover featuring lots of synth under the blonde beauty's signature breathy tone, transporting the track from the 1980s into the future.
And the video, directed by Superbros, certainly follows suit!
The words flash across the screen in bright neon colors and all sorts of crazy fonts! And during the song's iconic "do-do do-do-do-do," we see the diner come to life in beams of light that almost look robotic!
We totally imagine this is what a coffee house would look like in the future! LOL! Ch-ch-check it out for yourself (below)!
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced on Friday that its former president, Gene Allen, has passed away at 97 years old.
He died of natural causes on Wednesday at his home in Newport Beach, California.
Gene had served as the leader of the Academy for three terms in the 1980s. But far before he headed the organization, he received an Oscar for Best Production Design for his work on the 1964 flick My Fair Lady.
He was also nominated for movies like A Star Is Born and Les Girls.
In addition, the film icon was the executive director of the Art Directors Guild from 1970-1997, and at the end of his reign he received a Special Achievement Award.
Scott Roth, who took over Gene's role at the Guild, expressed his condolences, saying:
"Gene Allen displayed verve and brio in his 27 years leading the Art Directors Guild. Add to this his service as an IATSE vice president, president of the Motion Picture Academy, and his multiple Oscar nominations (and wins) for Art Direction and you're looking at a protean career unlikely soon to be matched. He will be sorely missed by his many friends (including me) in the labor and entertainment communities."
Guild president Mimi Gramatky also added:
"Painting until almost the last day of his life, Gene was a consummate artist, leader and award winner who made an enormous contribution to the field of production and art direction, for which we are eternally grateful. We will miss him very much."
He is survived by his wife, Iris, and sons Pat and Mike. Our hearts go out to everyone affected by this sad loss.
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The former costars reunited for an Entertainment Weekly photo shoot in El Lay to celebrate 15 years since their film Bring It On — which has raked in more than $90 million.
This marks the first time since production that the four have been in the same place at the same time. Talk about a trip down memory lane!
During the interview, Bradford reminisced about how much fun they all had on set — you know, so much fun that they were even arrested while filming in Mexico! He recalled:
Nicole Kidman Was Named After A Dead Baby Elephant! Get The Strange Scoop Straight From The Aussie HERE!
What's in a name?
Basically, we learn that Meryl HATES her own name and that Nicole inherited the Hawaiian name Hokulani from a baby elephant who was living at the Honolulu Zoo when she was born!
Pretty cute, right?
Well, Graham and his team decided to reach out to the zoo and see how Hokulani is doing these days, and they got some pretty upsetting news in return!
Ch-ch-check out Nicole's reaction to finding out her namesake has been dead for decades (above)!
We just love her!
When it comes to her figure, she's not afraid to have a sense of humor.
The mother of two shared:
"I am who I am and I just don't have a bikini body. I don't even have a one piece body anymore! But I am loving the long rash guard, board-shorts look."
Well, we think she looks great — but we totally understand that comfort is key!
The E.T. star has been in the public eye nearly all of her life, so we can imagine that constant attention can get to you:
Bristol Palin is not a fan of Washington state's birth control initiative.
The Evergreen State has a Medicaid plan called "Take Charge," which provides free birth control, gynecologist visits, and education to women and men of all sorts of ages, including teenagers.
The expecting mother was enraged in her blog on Wednesday after referencing a report by conservative organization Judicial Watch that claims Washington was providing birth control implants to 10-year-olds.
She was especially upset that the report revealed young children didn't even need a parent's consent to receive an IUD, writing:
"It is crazy that the government is offering a controversial form of birth control that can have serious life-long side effects to 10-year-old children, but then to do all of this behind a parent's back is simply outrageous!"
However, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has stressed in the past that the internal contraceptive is actually recommended for younger patients, and is completely safe.
The 24-year-old opened the post by saying that, at the age of 10, she wasn't concerned about birth control because the only things that mattered to her were "playing outside and acing fifth grade."
What do U think? Do you agree with Bristol? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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