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Wednesday, October 10, 2012    

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Guy Ritchie is headed down the aisle again after his pregnant girl friend Jacqui Ainsley accepted his wedding proposal .

The 44-year-old British director, who was famously married to Madonna, is engaged to his 30-year-old partner, who is expecting their second child.

Ainsley flashed her diamond ring during a dinner date on Sunday at Madeo restaurant in Los Angeles, and Us Weekly confirmed the already glaringly obvious news. Ainsley revealed her growing bump, and the baby news, at the July premiere of The Dark Knight Rises. The couple became proud parents to son Rafael on September 5 last year.

Ritchie has been dating down-to-earth Ainsley, who hails from Southend in Essex, since April 2010.

He split from Madonna, 54, after eight years of marriage in 2008; they have two sons, Rocco, and an adopted son, David. Ritchie and Madonna separated in December 2008 and agreed to a divorce settlement with Ritchie, the terms of which granted him between £50 million and £60 million.

They entered into a compromise agreement for Rocco and David, then aged eight and three respectively, which divided the children's time between Ritchie's London home and Madonna's in New York, where the two will be joined by her daughter, Lourdes, 15.

— Daily Mail

Stacey Dash faces backlash after endorsing Romney

Clueless star Stacey Dash is brushing aside the racially charged attacks on Twitter she received for endorsing Republican Mitt Romney in the 2012 Presidential Race.

The actress had tweeted her support for the former Massachusetts governor last Sunday but soon a series of vitriolic messages with racial slurs were sent her way, slamming Dash for her political views.

The ugly virtual exchange has cast a pall over the publicised reunion of the cast of the 1995 film, as the 46-year-old insists Romney is the best choice for women. Dash, who played Dionne 'Dee' Davenport in the high school comedy opposite Alicia Silverstone, took to the micro blogging website last weekend to reveal how she would be voting come November.

'Vote for Romney. The only choice for your future,' she tweeted on Sunday, posting a steamy photo of herself dressed in a sexy red top in front of an American flag. But once she showed her political stripes, Dash was soon slammed on Twitter. “You're an unemployed black woman endorsing Mitt Romney. You're voting against yourself thrice. You poor, beautiful idiot,” one person wrote in an ugly message to the actress. “Still clueless,” another critic tweeted, as numerous tweets filled with racial slurs were posted.

Romney? You get a lil money and you forget that you're black and a woman. Two things Romney hates,” another user tweeted.

— Mail

DeVito and Perlman separate after 30-year marriage

Danny DeVito has separated from his wife of 30 years. The 67-year-old married former Cheers actress Rhea Perlman, 64, in 1982 and they have three children, Daniel, 25, Grace, 27, and Lucy, 29.

The pair worked together on the classic 1970s sitcom Taxi and later appeared in the 1996 comedy film Matilda. Devito and Perlman met when she went to see off-Broadway play, The Shrinking Bride, which he was appearing in.

The couple founded Jersey Films, a production company that produced films including Pulp Fiction and Garden State. A representative for DeVito confirmed the split to MailOnline but had no other comment.

DeVito was most recently seen on stage for a two-month run of The Sunshine Boys at the Savoy Theatre in London's West End this summer. Meanwhile, he may soon be headed back to the big screen alongside former Twins co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger for a sequel to their 80’s hit. He told fans on The Today Show: “We have the desire to do it.

What we need is the screenplay... We want to do something really good, so we're waiting.”

— Daily Mail





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