Justin Bieber is no longer Selena Gomez's "Boyfriend," a source confirmed over the weekend to The Associated Press.
The breakup apparently happened earlier this month. Distance and their busy schedules were cited as factors.
Bieber, 18, is touring to promote his latest album, "Believe," which contains the hit "Boyfriend" (he performs at the Consol Energy Center next Tuesday). Gomez, 20, is filming a "Wizards of Waverly Place" reunion for the Disney Channel.
The pair made their relationship public in February 2011.
Anne Hathaway credits her new husband Adam Schulman for helping her get through the grueling filming of the screen adaptation of "Les Miserables," which opens Christmas Day.
In "Les Mis," the 30-year-old actress plays Fantine, a struggling, sickly mother forced into prostitution in 1800s Paris.
Hathaway lost 25 pounds - at times eating just two dried squares of oatmeal paste a day - and cut her hair for the role. She tells the December issue of Vogue, the part left her in a "state of deprivation, physical and emotional." She felt easily overwhelmed and says Shulman was understanding and supportive.
The couple wed in September in Big Sur, Calif. Hathaway wore a custom gown by Valentino whom she collaborated with on the design. Working with the designer is a memory she says she will "treasure forever."
Rob Marciano, the dapper CNN news and weather reporter, has been tapped to be co-anchor of "Entertainment Tonight," beginning in January. He'll join co-host Nancy O'Dell.
The move follows longtime co-host Mark Steines' departure from the CBS Television Distribution's top-rated syndicated newsmagazine during the summer. In recent months, the show occasionally has brought in recognizable faces, including "The X Factor's" Steve Jones, to fill in.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Marciano has been with CNN since 2003, where he covered such stories as Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill. Prior to that, the Cornell University grad was a chief meteorologist in local markets after a brief stint as an equity sales trader in Manhattan.
The now-faded blue gingham dress Judy Garland wore in "The Wizard of Oz" has sold for $480,000.
Auction house Julien's Auctions says the pinafore fetched the highest price of any item during a two-day auction of Hollywood memorabilia that attracted bids from around the world. The auction ended Saturday in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Steve McQueen's racing jacket sold for $50,000, as did a purple skirt worn by Marilyn Monroe while filming "River of No Return" in Canada. Julie Andrews' "Sound of Music dress" brought $38,400.
Sunglasses worn by Jean Reno in "Leon" went for $8,320, while Johnny Depp's shades fetched $3,250.
Bidders also snapped up pieces of royal wedding cakes. Prince William and Kate Middleton's cake sold for $7,500 while Prince Charles and Princess Diana's cake sold for $1,375.
Baby news: People.com reports that former "Party of Five" actor Scott Wolf and his wife, "Real World: New Orleans" alum Kelley welcomed son Miller William Wolf on Saturday in Los Angeles. Miller, who weighed in at 7 pounds, 6 ounces, joins older brother Jackson Kayse, 31/2.
"Jackson was a tough act to follow," the couple, who wed in 2004, told People. "But so far Miller is nailing it."
First Published November 12, 2012 12:00 AM