Splitsville for Slash, Giada de Laurentiis, Jeremy Renner

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More famous couples bite the dust. Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash has reportedly split with his wife of 13 years, Perla Ferrar. About four years ago, the 49-year-old rocker, real name Saul Hudson, filed for divorce, but later called it off and they renewed their vows a year later. It is unclear who did the filing this time around. After the breakup news broke, Ferrar, 39, took a time out in Hawaii with their two sons, London, 12, and Cash, 8. The two first met backstage at a G&R concert in Vegas in 1992 while Slash was still married to his first wife, model Renee Suran.

If you see Giada de Laurentiis at the SoBe Wine and Food Fest in February, don’t ask how her husband is. On Monday, the celebrity chef announced on Facebook that she and clothing designer Todd Thompson decided to end their 11-year marriage after an “amicable separation” since July. Daughter Jade is 6.

Jeremy Renner may not be the marrying sort. His wife of a little under a year, Canadian model/actress Sonni Pacheco (Wingman), filed papers earlier this month claiming irreconcilable differences, according to TMZ. They have a 21-month-old daughter.


Porsha Williams is having a rough holiday season. TMZ reports that on Monday, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star was pulled over for speeding, and then arrested for allegedly driving with a suspended license. After getting booked and hauled off to jail, Williams posted $1,726 bond. The Bravo-lebrity, 33, told Dish Nation she was speeding to visit her grandfather in the hospital who is “very ill with cancer.”


At 56, Madonna doesn’t need no stinking photoshopping. So says pal Donatella Versace, who cast the pop queen as the face of Versace’s new black and white ad campaign. "She did not have her abdomen or arms retouched," Donatella told Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera. The designer also managed to take a swipe at Madge’s (alleged) rival Lady Gaga, who also modeled for the fashion house. D called the Paparazzi singer “more complicated,” and dished that getting final approval of the photo was a “melee.”