Gwen Stefani and her hubby Gavin Rossdale are calling it quits after 13 years of marriage.
They stopped short of making a Gwyneth Paltrow "conscious uncoupling" statement, but here's what they did have to say to US Weekly.
"While the two of us have come to the mutual decision that we will no longer be partners in marriage, we remain partners in parenthood and are committed to jointly raising our three sons in a happy and healthy environment. To that end, we respectfully request privacy from the media during this time."
TMZ's got the story.
And I can't help but wonder how long that "respectful privacy" will last...
There's a new nutrition drink out there called Soylent 2.0.
It's an all-in-one meal replacement drink that's being touted as the future of nutrition.
Here's a quote from their blog: "Soylent 2.0 is designed from the ground-up to provide the vitamins, minerals, fats, carbohydrates, and protein that the body needs - all in a convenient, ready-to-drink package."
One of the main ingredients is algae, which the inventors say represents a sustainable food source.
They posted this video to their blog - I'm not 100% sure how it's selling Soylent 2.0, except for the package of it at the end...
But here's the question I have: did no one on the marketing team ever hear of a 1973 sci-fi pic starring Charlton Heston called Soylent Green?
It centered around a world where a food product called Soylent Green was in abundance and keeping the world alive.
The only problem... Well, don't let me spoil it for you. Watch Charlton Heston from the end of the film...
So maybe knowing that, the Soylent 2.0 marketing team could go back to the drawing board for a name?
Yesterday, Amy Schumer put her funny side aside for a little bit, and joined with her cousin, New York Senator Chuck Schumer, in a call for stronger gun control.
This in the wake of the horrible shooting in Louisiana at a screening of her new movie, Trainwreck.
Together, they announced Senator Schumer's new bill that would reward states "that submit records on felons, spousal abusers and the mentally ill to the federal background check system." That according to NBC News.
It's not a topic on which you'd expect a comedian to take a strong stand.
When I say the slide you're about to see is sick, that means it's good.
Yeah, I don't understand that either, but that's got nothing to do with it.
Over the weekend, Kendrys Morales of the Kansas City Royals made the most brilliant move at home plate and/or was the luckiest guy in Missouri - your pick.
Morales is the DH for KC - not known for his speed. He's on second base when his teammate hits a single, and he's off to the races.
The throw from the outfield was dead-on, and Morales should have been out.
The catcher grabbed the ball - perfect throw, perfect catch - and went for a sweep tag of Morales foot. But Morales pulled up short, the tag missed, the momentum took the catcher's glove out of the base path, and Morales just stepped around him to score.
Incredible. Especially when you consider that Morales once broke his ankle jumping on home plate to celebrate a grand slam.
Jon Stewart, who departs this week as host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, was taken to task last week by a variety of news outlets who reported two secret meetings between the talk show icon and the President of the United States.
Why? Because the president needed Jon's support in promoting his social and political agenda.