Diane Lane and Josh Brolin Are Getting Divorced

Diane Lane and Josh Brolin‘s (sometimes volatile) eight-year marriage is over, which may explain a lot of blind items that have been floating around lately (not to mention those whispers about the nature of their relationship that have been circulating for a while.)

Prince Harry and his girlfriend Cressida Bona were photographed enjoying a ski vacation. He certainly has a type, no?

-Speaking of romantic vacations, Rihanna celebrated her 25th birthday with Chris Brown in Hawaii.

-Meanwhile, do you want to see a topless Rihanna and Kate Moss draped over each other? Of course you do.

Mila Kunis is reportedly moving into Ashton Kutcher’s Hollywood Hills mansion, making it even harder to pass off their entire relationship as a fever dream. I’m gonna keep trying, though!

-Those “creative differences” that caused Shia LaBeouf to drop out of a Broadway play ended up being based on a beef (a LaBeouf?) with Alec Baldwin. Yesterday, Shia publicly released transcripts of his e-mail apologies to Baldwin and Tom Sturridge, which is a douchey move. Even more douchey? His apology emails were actually lifted straight from Esquire. The only silver lining in this entire story is that it gives us a glimpse into Alec Baldwin‘s email etiquette, which is righteously awesome. “I don’t have an unkind word to say about you. You have my word.” It’s like it was written by Jack Donaghy himself!

-Meanwhile, Ben Foster will replace Shia in the play.

Will Arnett is the latest star to jump ship on Up All Night. He’s already accepted a role in an untitled comedy pilot for CBS.

-Speaking of NBC shows that aren’t coming back, Smash’s Jack Davenport has signed on for a new gig.

-The upside of NBC’s total ratings freefall? Shows are usually on the bubble this time of year like Parks and Recreation and Parenthood are pretty much a lock for renewal because the network has nothing else. But Parks creator Mike Schur says he didn’t know that when they wrote tonight’s wedding episode, which is why it feels like a series ender. (If you haven’t seen it yet, don’t watch both of tonight’s new eps back-to-back. The first 1/2 hour is perfect and should stand alone. Save ep 2 — directed by Ron ‘Effing Swanson! — for the upcoming stretch of repeats.)

Kelly Osbourne might be a bit wobbly on the red carpet Sunday night. She sprained her ankle trying to avoid falling into a public toilet, which is as good excuse as any.

-Speaking of the Oscars, the MSN crew let me crash their Oscar prediction podcast. Listen to it here.

-In a new twist, this year’s Oscars will not conclude with the Best Picture announcement. Instead, we’re getting a closing musical number.

-How does it feel when your ex is nominated for an Oscar? The ex-girlfriend of a producer on Beasts of the Southern Wild wants to tell you all about it.

-Meanwhile, in a last-minute attempt to sway Oscar voters, Hugh Jackman dressed as Lincoln on Letterman last night.

-A judge shut down Jason Patric‘s bid for custody of his son, which is not that interesting. What is interesting is how that son came to be: When Jason broke up with his girlfriend he told her he wouldn’t give her any money but would give her his sperm for artificial insemination.

The Americans just got renewed for a second season.

Taylor Swift had a grand ol’ time at the Brits after party, dancing with Frank Ocean and Carey Mulligan.

Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama spent Valentine’s Day together. Is that still happening?!

-I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks Justin Timberlake is sleepwalking through his comeback performances.

-I love this career retrospective with Linda Cardellini, in which she reflects on Freaks & Geeks, ER and more.

Nick Cave will do a Twitter Q&A with fans, but don’t expect him to like it.

-Congrats to Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose, who just welcomed a baby boy named Sebastian “The Bash” Taylor Thomaz.

-Last week’s haunted house episode had glimmers of hope so I don’t think Community’s season 4 has become “unbearably sad” just yet, but apparently the next two eps are pretty abysmal.

Seth Rogen guest-stars on The Mindy Project next week. Here’s a clip.

Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of www.dose.ca. Likes: pop culture, celebrity dirt, guilty pleasure TV, George Clooney, cheese. Dislikes: people who use 'begs the question' incorrectly. Follow Jen on Twitter @jen_mcdonnell. Follow Jen

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