Lindsay Lohan was back in the news this week for allegedly assaulting a psychic! LiLo’s dustup, however, wasn’t the only big story this week. Halle Berry’s truce with her ex, Gabriel Aubry, and Jessica Simpson’s pregnancy news also made headlines.
Keep reading! Catch up on this week’s biggest stories below.
The lovely Olivia Wilde is Town & Country magazine's March cover girl, talking about her divorce from Tao Ruspoli, meeting George Clooney - and when she knew she wanted to be an actress.
While finalizing her divorce from Ruspoli a few months ago, Wilde described herself as "wobbly" then but is feeling stronger now.
"SNL" star Jason Sudeikis and Hollywood beauty Olivia Wilde were spotted on New Year's Eve holding hands and sharing a few laughs.
The hot new couple strolled through the West Village of NYC, getting cozy as they walked hand-in-hand. They made their first public appearance as a couple on Thursday, taking in a university basketball game in Kansas.
"Extra" talked with some Hollywood A-listers about what they will change in 2012!
At the premiere of her film "We Bought a Zoo," actress Scarlett Johansson said, "I'm sleeping for the holidays this year."
Mark Wahlberg, starring in the upcoming action thriller "Contraband," replied, "I'm trying to do the right thing every day."
Singer/actor Justin Timberlake arrived to find an excited crowd at the premiere of his new movie, "In Time," co-starring Amanda Seyfried and Olivia Wilde. Timberlake, thankful for his loyal fans, said, "I can't believe they come out and are so supportive. I saw, like, pictures of me in 'N Sync and it's like wow. It makes me feel so old."
The 30-year-old stars in the sci-fi thriller about the future, where everyone stops aging at 25, and must work to buy more time. Ironically, the sultry Olivia Wilde plays Timberlake's mother, even though she is three years younger than he is.
Former "House" star Olivia Wilde is officially single. Her divorce from Italian Prince Tao Ruspoli was finalized last Thursday.
Wilde and Ruspoli eloped in 2003 when the "Tron" star was just 19. After eight years of marriage, the actress filed for divorce in March.
Variety's third annual "Power of Women" luncheon, set for September 23 in Beverly Hills, will honor five women: Annette Bening, Eva Longoria, Lea Michele, Stacey Snider and Olivia Wilde - all recognized for making a significant difference through their philanthropic efforts.
"The goal of Variety's Power of Women is to give voice to the philanthropic and charitable causes closest to our Lifetime Impact Honorees' hearts, and to utilize the influence of the entertainment community to generate momentum for these same causes," said Variety VP and Associate Publisher Michelle Sobrino-Stearns.
Internet singing sensation Rebecca Black was seen as a joke to the kids at her school... so much so that Black's mother decided to home school the 14-year-old.
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Kendall Jenner: Five Tips for Stepping Out of Kim's Shadow -- Entertainment Weekly
'It' Girls Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde: The New Faces of Revlon -- People
Gavin DeGraw Says He Will Perform at the End of the Month -- TMZ