Entries by Anna Hart from 11/2011

Lipgoss: Die-Vorce Hard

| Posted 11.03.2011 | UK Entertainment

I've been maintaining a dignified silence on the floundering marriage of Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher. But sod dignified silences! The Kutcher marriage crisis has just metamorphosed into a golden nugget of gossip: the spirit of John McClane has drifted into this marital beef.

Lipgoss: Has Kim Kardashian's Divorce Made Reality TV Jump the Shark?

| Posted 11.11.2011 | UK Entertainment

As every magazine editor knows, if you combine a life crisis - and they don't come much better than a sham divorce coupled with the potential ruin of your media empire - with potential weight loss or weight gain, you've got headline GOLD.

Lipgoss: Job Vacancy as Lady Gaga Sacks Creative Director

| Posted 11.16.2011 | UK Entertainment

Lovers and spouses come and go, but a celebrity's relationship with a manager, publicist or creative director is supposed to be sacrosanct. This week, we're sending out the sympathy cards and tubs of Ben & Jerry's to Lady Gaga and her creative director Laurieann Gibson, whose split seems to be going the acrimonious way.

Lipgoss: Relationship Tips From Ashton Kutcher

| Posted 11.24.2011 | UK Entertainment

To be fair, though (hey, so sometimes I feel like being fair - must be something to do with the moon) Kutcher wasn't the only bad bet this month: Kim Kardashian is on the cover of the December issue of US Marie Claire, talking about how great her marriage is: "We have a lot of trust, and I don't think either of us would do anything to break that," she lies, through gritted teeth. As every magazine editor knows, what a difference 21 days makes....

Lipgoss: Anne Hathaway's Boring Law-Abiding Fiance

| Posted 11.29.2011 | UK Entertainment

Villain-making is big business in Hollywood, because mag editors and gossip bloggers know that you can eke 10 times as many column inches out of a stormy marriage than a temperate one. There's a lot of sales to be made by turning everyday photos of a normal relationship and storyboarding it into a neat little "heroes and villains" plot.