Celebrity roundup

Are Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez on the rocks?

 
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Is another Hollywood split imminent? Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez are living separate lives and Berry was recently photographed without her wedding ring. The 47-year-old actress, who gave birth to the couple’s first child, Maceo, in October of last year, has not been seen with the French actor, 48, in months. According to The New York Daily News, it may be a geographical issue. Berry is shooting her new CBS series, Extant, in L.A.; Martinez is guest starring in ABC’s Revenge.

Family business

Paris Hilton unveiled her first real estate project in metropolitan Manila and said she wants to follow in the footsteps of her great-grandfather and grandfather, who created a luxury hotel empire. Hilton inaugurated the urban Paris Beach Club, which she designed in collaboration with a Philippine developer. “Real estate is something that runs in my blood,” Hilton said.

Legal eagle

TV’s Judge Judy filed a lawsuit against a Connecticut personal-injury lawyer, alleging that he used her image without authorization in ads that falsely suggested she had endorsed his firm. The suit filed in federal court seeks more than $75,000 in damages from John Haymond and his firm. Judith Sheindlin said the unauthorized use of her name and image is “outrageous” and requires action.

1 size fits all

Don’t worry about Matt Roloff now that he’s a freewheeling bachelor. Niche dating website DateALittle.com, which hooked up Little Couple Bill and Jen Arnold, has offered him as a job as the face of the company, TMZ reports. Roloff and his Little People, Big World costar/wife Amy announced a trial separation this week.

Classy digs

A juicy tell-all is uncovering dirty secrets at a ritzy Manhattan condo where disgraced baseball player Alex Rodriguez had a pied-à-terre in 2009, after he separated from ex-wife Cynthia. In House of Outrageous Fortune, Michael Gross talked to the Central Park West building’s residents who were willing to blab about A-Rod’s exploits, which included visits from Kate Hudson (who had to hail her own cab when leaving), Cameron Diaz and, um, others. “He got hookers all the time,” a staffer told Gross. “One time he had two go up, they came down and left, and 10 minutes later, Cameron Diaz walks in. He doesn’t care. I hate the guy. He thought he was God.” A-Rod’s reps have denied the claims.

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Tim Gunn attends the 13th annual New York Restoration Project Annual Spring Picnic at General Grant National Memorial on May 29, 2014 in New York City.

    Celebrity birthdays on July 29

    Actor Professor Irwin Corey (“Car Wash”) is 100! Actor Robert Horton (“Wagon Train”) is 90. Actor David Warner (“Titanic”) is 73. Singer-bassist Geddy Lee of Rush is 61. Filmmaker Ken Burns is 61. TV personality Tim Gunn is 61. Singer Patti Scialfa with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band is 61. Country singer Martina McBride is 48. Actor Wil Wheaton is 42. Actor Stephen Dorff is 41. Actor Josh Radnor is 40.

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    Michael Franti & Spearhead bring Soulshine Tour to Boca Raton

    Usually, when lead singers of rock bands shout to the crowd “Are you feeling good?!” they don’t mean it in a holistic or spiritual way. But that might change at the Soulshine Tour Featuring Michael Franti & Spearhead, which hits Sunset Cove Amphitheater in Boca Raton on Tuesday.

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Javier Mascherano of Argentina looks on during the National Anthem prior to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Semi Final match between the Netherlands and Argentina at Arena de Sao Paulo on July 9, 2014 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

    Scene in the Tropics

    Soccer stars spotted in Miami

    Argentine soccer star Javier Mascherano was seen with friends Friday at the Wynwood shop Toys for Boys, where they enjoyed a bottle of Dom Perignon while talking to the owners and browsing the luxe items. As far as we know they didn’t buy anything.

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