Megan Fox & Brian Austin Green join the list of summer splits

It really has been the summer of the splits. After 11 years together, five of them married, Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have separated, the two said in a statement to Us Weekly. Sources remain vague on the cause, but the actors had two kids within a span of two years: sons Noah, 2; and Bodhi, 18 months. Fox’s career has also taken off in recent months; she’s in NYC shooting the next Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.


Dancing With the Stars’ harshest judge, Len Goodman, who has appeared on the ABC series since its premiere in 2005, is exiting stage left. The Londoner, who also serves as a judge on the original British version of the show, Strictly Come Dancing, has been mulling leaving the L.A.-based show for a while as cross-continental travel takes its toll.


Harry Connick Jr.’s 19-year-old daughter has some explaining to do. Georgia Connick was arrested last weekend following a gathering at her family’s home in Connecticut, while her folks (mom is former Victoria’s Secret model Jill Goodacre) were away. New Canaan police told NBC News New York that Georgia was charged with procuring alcohol for minors and permitting minors to possess alcohol, according to WTNH News 8.


Did you know Joseph Gordon-Levitt was a dad? Probably not. The actor managed to keep his wife’s pregnancy a secret until now. People reports Tasha McCauley gave birth to a boy last weekend. The Snowden actor, 34, and the technology entrepreneur, also 34, started dating in 2013 after meeting through friends, and wed quietly at their home in December of the following year.


Shannen Doherty is battling breast cancer, TMZ reports. The actress, 44, filed a lawsuit, alleging that her former business manager allowed her SAG health insurance to lapse so she couldn’t get regular mammograms. After reupping her insurance in March, the Beverly Hills 90210 alum was diagnosed with “invasive breast cancer metastatic to at least one lymph node.” Her treatment plan is unclear, but she confirmed the disease to People.