Megan Fox is known for telling the press stuff she doesn’t really mean. But still, it’s a little absurd that two weeks ago she declared to Us magazine, “I’m going to be 44 when I get married!” — and now she’s married. Did we mention she’s 24?
The “Jonah Hex” star married Brian Austin Green at the Four Seasons on Hawaii’s big island on Thursday. Kassius, the “90210” actor’s 8-year-old son with actress Vanessa Marcil, attended the nuptials.
Of course, in one sense Megan and her new hubby did have a long engagement … if you don’t count the fact that they broke it off last year and he only proposed again earlier this month. The couple have been together on and off since 2004.
The newlyweds, wearing wedding bands, were snapped sunning themselves on the Hawaii beach. We would congratulate them, but we’re too busy seething with envy of their fabulous lives.
Did Liev Schreiber take off for a tropical paradise because there’s trouble in paradise with Naomi Watts?
The actor and dad of two sons left his longtime love behind to spend “about a week” in Tahiti with friends, a source tells the New York Daily News. And while they’re technically not broken up, the insider claims part of the reason for the trip is so the actor can take some space, and figure out where the five-year relationship is headed. Liev, who also skipped the press junket for “Salt” with Angelina Jolie, is said to want to “sort things out mentally.”
The actor’s rep said the rumor is “ridiculous,” and explained, “Liev went on a diving trip with a group of friends, and his boys are too young to go.”
We’ve always liked Naomi and Liev as a couple, so we’d like to give the rep’s story the benefit of the doubt.
Stop the presses: Jon Gosselin has actually found a way to make himself seem less physically appealing and more ridiculous. (Right? We didn’t think it was possible either!) The former reality star spent some of his reportedly scarce funds on a ginormous dragon tattoo that dominates almost his entire back. What’s worse, the new ink resembles nothing so much as one of Jon’s beloved Ed Hardy shirts having seared itself into his flesh.
After a total of 14 hours under the needle, the dad of eight proudly revealed his tat to Radar Online, declaring, “I have planned this tattoo for years now. I wanted something that resembled a rebirth or a change in me.”
(Interestingly, Jon also told Us magazine that the tat, which features a Korean word, was meant to honor his new girlfriend Ellen; their new relationship is “really different for me,” he gushes.)
His manager seconds, “This tattoo for Jon marks this turning point in his life, and symbolizes his time of change and improvement.”
Wait. So … he was planning it for years, yet it symbolizes this moment in his life? Is it possible that for years, all of Jon’s choices have been guided by his yearning for a cheesy dragon tattoo?
Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.