“Gravity” star Sandra Bullock opened up to Vogue magazine about ex-husband Jesse James and the cheating scandal that broke them up just after her Oscar win for “The Blind Side” in 2010.
Custom motorcycle builder Jesse James and Alexis DeJoria, a pro-drag racer and daughter of entrepreneur John Paul DeJoria, were married Sunday in Malibu.People.com reports the couple, who were engaged late last year, married at the home of DeJoria's father, co-founder of the Paul Mitchell hair care products line and Patron Spirits Company.
Oscar winner Sandra Bullock is slamming a rumor from In Touch magazine that says she and producer Brett Ratner have been seeing each other and hooked up after this year's Oscars. Ratner joined Bullock to release a joint statement of denial to Us Weekly:
"We think that it's incredibly sad that in these times, this magazine [In Touch] would resort to complete fabrication, solely for financial gain. There is not a shred of accuracy in their story. We have not seen nor spoken to each other for over a decade. We both had a great time after the Oscars, just not with each other."
"The Blind Side," star has not introduced a boyfriend to the media since her high-profile divorce from Jesse James in 2010.
Reality TV tattooist Kat Von D claims that former fiance Jesse James cheated on her with 19 different women before their breakup. Read full story at New York Post.
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Once again, Kat Von D and Jesse James have broken up.
The tattoo phenom wrote on her Facebook on Friday, "I am not in a relationship. And I apologize for all the back and forth if it's caused any confusion."
Her "L.A. Ink" reality gig will soon be over, but Kat Von D's relationship with ex-fiancé Jesse James certainly isn't. Like tattoos, some things last forever... until they're removed, of course.
According to People, the couple, who called off their engagement last month, is back together with Kat once again happily wearing her engagement ring.
It seems the inkwell has dried up for tattooist extraordinaire Kat Von D. TLC has decided to pull the plug on their reality series "L.A. Ink" after four seasons.
"The network is proud of what the series has accomplished in its four seasons, following Kat Von D's journey as an artist from Miami to Los Angeles," TLC said.
Before Kat Von D and beau Jesse James decided to call it quits earlier this week, Von D got a large permanent ink drawing of Jesse's face on her side.
The "L.A. Ink" star got the tattoo of James as a fifth-grader shortly before the breakup -- as a surprise present to him on her show. James seemed to have mixed feelings about it.