NYT Styles Profiles Annie Leibovitz's Financial Problems And Enablers

Foster Kamer · 08/01/09 06:30PM

You know the Times' Styles section was eventually going to pitch in on the fiscal trials and tribulations of Annie Leibovitz. They delivered, filing a quote-happy roundup on the matter, starring Tina Brown and Graydon Carter, defending their friend.

Reese And Ryan Finally Get Around To Signing Those Pesky Divorce Papers

Molly Friedman · 06/13/08 05:30PM

Today’s news that Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon’s seven-year long marriage has just now “officially” ended invites all kinds of speculation on just why it took nearly two years for the divorce proceedings to finalize. Citing “irreconcilable differences” all the way back in 2006, the blonde duo split amid speculation that Ryan’s bad boy behavior ranged from publicly making out with current girlfriend Abbie Cornish on the Texas set of Stop Loss to an increasing level of resentment regarding his wife’s fast-rising star status. And while celebrity divorces do typically take longer than usual, considering how many more properties, cars, adultery allegations and cash they tend to have, we find the timing of this particular pair’s final John Hancocks a little suspicious given the past month's unusually abundant Reese-and-Ryan gossip flood. Is today’s news just a coincidence, or did each party's very public pictorial statements recently have anything to do with it?

On 'Celebrity Rehab,' Dr. Drew Teaches Jeff Conaway's Girlfriend About Why He Claims To Have Severe Menstrual Cramps

mark · 01/25/08 07:19PM

Yes, yes, we know what we said last week (and, um, the week before that) about trying to shake the Celebrity Rehab monkey off our back, but, like the self-destructive guests of the Pasadena Recovery Center (except for Chyna, who's completely faking just to get some more Vh1 screen time), we're powerless against that which is bad for us. Now that the disclaimers about our own human failings are out of the way:

Amy Winehouse Will Get You High Whether You Like It Or Not

Jen · 11/16/07 12:30PM

Who knew? Apparently there is such a thing as a second-hand heroin high. Amy Winehouse's tour manager, Thom Stone, has quit, fed up after a doctor found traces of heroin ("known as 'smack,'" The Sun notes helpfully) in his system. Stone alleges he inhaled the drug passively on Amy's tour bus. But in defense of our favorite beehive, isn't is possible Mr. Stone just had a heavily poppy-seeded bagel that morning?