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Rita Wilson: Tom Hanks and I are stronger than ever

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TRUE CONFESSION

If Madonna’s love life isn’t working out she’ll always have Marilyn Manson. The shock-goth singer has been holding the torch for the pop queen for quite a while. Manson told i-D Magazine that “she looks hotter than ever” and that he would like to roll in the hay with her. Madge’s response on Instagram? “Um… thanks!”

STARTING OVER

One of young Hollywood’s most famous couples has decided to call it quits. E! News reports Gigi Hadid and Cody Simpson ended their relationship yet again. “Cody and Gigi want each other to be in a place right now that allows him to only focus on his music, fans and new message, while she can focus and continue building her career,” Hadid’s rep told the site, adding the split was amicable (of course it is).

WAITING GAME

Jeremy Piven had the trip from hell Saturday after bad weather grounded his flight from London to JFK. The Entourage star was heading to NYC when a storm hit the city and the British Airways plane was rerouted to Philadelphia. After landing, his plane was stuck on the tarmac for about three hours. Piven documented his nightmare on Twitter to his 2.5 million followers: “Holding us for a total of 7 hours on the ground when immigration opens... Sitting next to a nice group of men who are all barefoot and cackling so I have that going for me...” A representative for BA confirmed the mishap to The New York Daily News.

POWER COUPLE

Rita Wilson says her marriage to Tom Hanks is in fine shape. Better than fine. The actress tells The New York Times that the longtime couple has gotten stronger since her breast cancer diagnosis and double mastectomy in April. “Who knew it would make you even closer?” said Wilson of her hubby of 27 years. “You never know how your spouse is going to react in a situation like this. I was so amazed, so blown away by the care my husband gave me. It was such a normal, intimate time.” Wilson did not need chemotherapy or radiation but admitted to the newspaper that she is “exhausted.”

ON THE WAGON

Rob Lowe had a lot to celebrate on Mother’s Day: not only his wife and his late mom, who died in 2003: He marked 25 years of sobriety. The 51-year-old onetime Brat Packer tweeted: “To those struggling with addiction, there is true, real hope... #Grateful.”

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