Jennifer Lopez Is Single Again


Jennifer Lopez covers the July issue of InStyle.

Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart are officially dunzo, but it apparently happened months ago so it had nothing to do with him sexting another woman.

-In other split news, Melanie Griffith has reportedly filed for divorce from Antonio Banderas.

-Is Jonah Hill really a douche? One British journalist set out to discover the truth. (Spoiler alert: he is!)

-Costars Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal had dinner the other night and now everyone’s dreaming of a hookup (though frankly, I think she can do better).

-If you follow Aaron Paul on Twitter or Instagram, you’ll know that he loves pizza. Like, to an almost unnatural level. Now he’s trying to loop Justin Timberlake into the pizza lovefest.

50 Cent spoofed Maleficent on Jimmy Kimmel last night, and it was glorious.

Blake Lively is not a fan of normcore, just in case you were expecting her to break out the foam sandals.

Gwyneth Paltrow believes that water has consciousness and energy and that it can feel our stress. I wonder if the glass of iced tea that’s next to my keyboard right now can sense my GOOP hate?

Charlize Theron went to Pinkberry and realized she’d forgotten her wallet, so she returned with a $96 tip. Which is nice timing. She could use some good press.

Canning Tatum skipped parts of his 22 Jump Street premiere to run back to his hotel room and watch a hockey game. Is he a secret Canadian?

Melissa McCarthy created her own fashion line because designers refused to dress her for the Oscars.

Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden have entered the Starbucks stage of their relationship.

Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas named their son Oliver Finlay Dallas, which is all kinds of adorabs.

-Yikes. TMZ reportedly blackmailed Justin Bieber with that racist video for years.

-Vanity Fair’s Ghostbusters feature is excellent but super long, so Vulture picked out the 10 best tidbits.

-On Twitter, comedian Norm Macdonald shared his conversation with his Moncton friend Phil Robinson, who he talked to while the city was under lockdown.

-The reviews for Edge of Tomorrow are stellar. Is this the movie that’s going to give Tom Cruise his groove back? Box office predictions aren’t great for North America, but it should perform strong overseas.

Demi Lovato thinks aliens and mermaids are real, and she’s not shy talking about it.

Chris Evans is reportedly “pursuing” Sandra Bullock. Get it, Captain America!

-TLC’s T-Boz and Chilli slammed Rihanna for her lack of clothing, and Rihanna responded by changing her cover image to this. Awesome.

Evan Rachel Wood is being sued for $30 million for allegedly backing out of a film.  Her rep calls the suit “preposterous.”

-Not surprisingly, the guy who plays Oberyn on Game of Thrones is in high demand. He’ll star in a new Netflix drama.

Prince was the surprise performer at an after-party for the premiere of Belle because he loves that movie. Dude’s got good taste.

-You can now listen to Benedict Cumberbatch read the D-Day news broadcast, if that’s your kind of thing.

-Meanwhile, here’s our first look Benedict in The Imitation Game.

-I’m glad that January Jones‘ mad Instagram game is being recognized. I’m still not convinced she’s the one who’s actually doing all the posts, but it certainly makes her seem less humourless.

-This Orange Is the New Black name generator says my prison name would be Homesick Pinky Bling. Sounds about right.

Emma Watson‘s next movie might be a musical romance? I’m in!

-The trailer for If I Stay looks good, but after seeing The Fault In Our Stars tonight I’m guessing I won’t be able to handle another YA weepie anytime soon. Also, using that M83 track feels like cheating.

-Here’s James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan in The Best of Me trailer. It’s based on a Nicholas Sparks book, so you just know someone’s going to bite it.

Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of 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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