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Daily Hollywood – Celeb Splits, Steven Tyler’s Anthem Anguish, and More

N.D. Plume |
January 23, 2012 | 12:07 a.m. PST

Staff Reporter

Will they or won’t they? In this case, it wasn’t about two celebs hooking up; it was about whether or not Heidi Klum and Seal really were divorcing. After saying yea, then nay?, the two formally announced the split. Well, it’s safe to say that Halloween at the very least won’t be the same, and the world will miss the couple’s awesomely themed vow renewal ceremonies (white trash, anyone?). (People)

In other celeb couples news, Simon Cowell called off his engagement to Mezhgan Hussainy, presumably because he just kept messing up her name. I jest, but the “X Factor” judge just can’t make the leap to marital commitment. Perhaps he’s one of the few celebs who realizes that marriage doesn’t guarantee a happy relationship. (US Weekly)

 The Ravens/Patriots game may have been a good matchup, but the same can’t be said for Steven Tyler and the National Anthem. The Aerosmith singer and “American Idol” judge gave a performance that included both a screechy delivery and messed up lyrics. Future Idols, this is your inspiration! (EW)

Tracy Jordan Morgan, get it together! The comic, who’s notorious for actually being as crazy in real life as he is on screen in “30 Rock,” collapsed during an awards acceptance speech. (Vulture)

When you think of artsy actors, the first two that come to mind are immediately Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Reynolds, right? Well, that dynamic duo will be playing Margaret and Walter Keane respectively, a husband/wife pair of controversial painters from the ‘60s. The flick, named Big Eyes, is being produced by Tim Burton. (The Hollywood Reporter)

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