Sinead O'Connor is back with her husband and sharing graphic details once again. For those keeping track, Sinead O'Connor got married in Vegas, told some inappropriate jokes, then 16 days later got divorced (possibly because of crack) but now the marriage is back on again. And so are the inappropriate jokes.
After spending Christmas apart and being spotted in public without their wedding rings, Russell Brand made it official and filed for divorce from pop singer Katy Perry. He proposed to her on New Year's Eve 2009, so it's about exactly two years since they got engaged and a year since their October 2010 marriage.
Sinead O'Connor's most recent manic episode seems to be winding down: Over the holidays she announced that her recent "Cock. In. Mouth." marriage to therapist Barry Herridge had ended. The beginning of the end began "within 3 hours" of the duo's paparazzi-strewn Las Vegas ceremony, which took place in the back of a pink Cadillac outside the chapel where Elvis and Britney Spears married various significant others*:
Sex and the City creator Candace Bushnell's latest piece of sexy storytelling: Sex and the City Ballet and the Dissolution of Candace Bushnell's Marriage. After allegedly discovering that ballerino husband Charles Askegard was having an affair with ballerina Georgina Pazcoguin, Candace insisted on documenting the affair in her divorce papers, Page Six reports:
When Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from neanderthal Kris Humphries on Halloween after only 72 days of wedded bliss, many were shocked. But after watching tonight's premiere of Kourtney and Kim Take New York, even someone as dumb as Humphries himself should be able to see that the marriage was doomed from the onset. To illustrate that point, I made a video of the episode's most contentious Kim vs. Kris moments, which you'll find above. [Kourtney and Kim Take New York]
As the world beats its collective breasts over Kim Kardashian's divorce, here's another hypothesis on why she would marry and leave a man so quickly: Kim always said she thought she'd be married with children by age 30. With her 31st birthday in late October, her (lucrative) life narrative required that she tie the knot.
If you set aside the five or so hours it took to download Apple's iOS 5 this weekend, you were richly rewarded with a suite of new functions for your favorite brain-cancer-hastening communications device. And none were niftier than "Find My Friends" — appointed in the finest iNaugahyde, it's an app that allows you to plot your friends on a map as if they were enemy ships on a blinking radar screen.
81-year-old former astronaut and Dancing with the Stars geezer Buzz Aldrin is having a sex scandal. After 23 years of marriage, he left third wife Lois Driggs Cannon to be with 51-year-old marketer Michelle Sucillon, whom he met while signing books. Though not yet divorced, Buzz and Michelle have reportedly been "making out like teenagers" in public. Now Lois is giving scorched-earth interviews accusing Michelle of being "a predator," and Buzz of having "a midlife crisis in old age." Once you've been to the moon, it's hard to get thrills. [P6, Image of Buzz and Lois via Getty, Michelle via Facebook]