Friday, March 28, 2014

THE LATEST ON THE PALTROW/MARTIN BREAKUP: While we're all still busy wrapping our heads around whatever "concious uncoupling" means, sources are revealing details of what caused the break up of GWYNETH PALTROW and CHRIS MARTIN. Yesterday it was Paltrow meeting up with an ex at an L.A. Dodgers game last fall; today the culprits are diets and Kabbalah.

According to The Daily Mail, Martin wanted the family to watch DVDs and TV and "eat treats every now and then" but Gwyneth was supposedly a big time food and fun Nazi and that caused a lot of tension.

As for her Kabbalah beliefs, the source told the tab that her obsession with the religion led to many clashes between the two, eventually making Chris feel like "he was starting to lose the woman he fell in love with."


Brit's rockin' the two pieces while on a break from her Vegas residency in Hawaii with her boyfriend and kids ...

DID MILEY CYRUS RUIN A MAKE-A-WISH KID'S DAY?: Did MILEY CYRUS really ruin a 7-year-old cancer patient's Make-A-Wish Foundation day?

Cyrus recently met with Miley Hodge, who's battling stage IV cancer, but one at least source claims that their time together didn't "work out the way it should have," including a quote from a "family friend" who said, "The family went to Los Angeles and were put off for nearly a week before they met [Cyrus]. They finally met at the recording studio and from what I understand, Cyrus was more interested in what she was doing in the studio than paying attention to the little girl."

However, Hodge's father had nothing negative to say about the experience. "My daughter met one of her idols. Period." Other sources reported that the meeting went great, although Cyrus' rep would not comment.

WATCH - ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER DOES 'THE NAE NAE' AND 'THE STANKY LEGG': When you turn on BET, the last person you expect to see on your TV screen is ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER. But when you gotta pimp out your movie you do what you gotta do, so he and JOE MANGANIELLO were on "106 and Park" last night to hype "Sabotage".

And they even got to show off their dancing skills. Or, in Arnold's case, his lack thereof. Yes, his attempts were weak, but you have to give him credit for jumping right in ...

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