The Bold and the Beautiful led the way at Sunday's Daytime Emmy Awards, taking home four prizes including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for Heather Tom, as well as awards for writing and directing. Days of Our Lives, however, claimed the night's biggest prize, for Outstanding Daytime Drama.
Man of Steel, the latest installment in the Superman franchise, soared past the competition at the box office this weekend, easily taking the No. 1 spot and setting a new record for June, according to Box Office Mojo.
Angela Stacy and Matt Lanter
Sorry, Matt Lanter fans — the 90210 alum is officially off the market.
Lanter tied the knot this weekend with his longtime girlfriend Angela Stacy, he announced via Twitter.
British police are looking into an incident in which celebrity chef Nigella Lawson was repeatedly choked during an argument with her husband, Charles Saatchi, over dinner at a restaurant in London, according to reports.
It seems that some Fox News commentators won't be setting their DVRs when HBO's The Newsroom launches its second season later this summer.
The Five host Greg Gutfield slammed Aaron Sorkin's series in a segment Friday, calling it a "left-wing loon bin" and taking issue with the show's coverage of political subjects like Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party (as indicated by the recently-released Season 2 trailer).
Eddie Judge and Tamra Barney
Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Barney had a lot to celebrate this weekend.
Barney married her longtime beau, Eddie Judge, at St. Regis Monarch Beach in California on Saturday, Us Weekly reports. The couple had been dating for three years and got engaged in February.
Rupert Murdoch, Wendi Deng
News Corp. boss Rupert Murdoch has filed for divorce from his wife of 14 years, Wendi Deng, The Associated Press reports. The media mogul claimed "the relationship between the husband and wife has broken down irretrievably" in the filing with the New York State Supreme Court, according to the AP.
Laura Linney was presented with the Crystal Award for Excellence in Film Wednesday night at the annual Women in Film gala in Beverly Hills, but during her acceptance speech, Linney said that women still have a long way to go in the industry.
"As an actress in film, it is very easy to become isolated just due to the ratio of gender inequality that exists," Linney told the audience according to Deadline.