George Clooney & Stacy Keibler have called it quits. The high-profile celebrity couple have broken up after two years together. Clooney was spotted over the 4th of July holiday at his Italian villa without Keibler, who was at a party in L.A. The two actually split a few weeks ago and are on good terms. Word is she wants to have kids someday and she knows that George just isn't that type of guy. (story)

Mariah Carey ended up in the hospital on Sunday after dislocating her shoulder during a video shoot. Mimi's husband Nick Cannon was directing his wife and rapper Young Jeezy in the shoot for a remix of her new single "#Beautiful." (story)

Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose obtained a marriage license late last week and on Monday they legally tied the knot privately, but they plan on holding a more formal celebration this fall, when Amber, who gave birth to the couple's son in February, can fit in her dress again. (story)

Miley Cyrus fans have started an online petition to have her song "Party In The U.S.A." replace "The Star-Spangled Banner" as America's National Anthem. Fortunately the petition has only one-half percent of the signatures it needs to be taken seriously. (story)

The album artwork for Jay-Z's "Magna Carta... Holy Grail" has been put on display in a British church, right next to one of the four remaining copies of the original Magna Carta. What's the difference between the two? One of them is an 800-year-old legal document that limits the power of the King of England, and the other is a rap album with 800 instances of the word "uh." (story)

CBS reality series "Big Brother" has been at the top of the news for the last week or so because of three contestants who have made several racist and homophobic comments, all of which were caught on tape as the show is filmed 24/7. Aaryn Gries, GinaMarie Zimmerman and Spencer Clawson don't realize it yet, but they'll all be looking for new jobs once they leave the "Big Brother" house, which is isolated from the outside world. This week's show included some of the footage of Gries mocking Asians, African Americans and homosexuals. (story)

A 12-foot statue of Colin Firth has been erected in the middle of a lake in London's Hyde Park. The fiberglass sculpture depicts Firth in character as Mr. Darcy from Jane Austen's classic "Pride And Prejudice." Firth starred in the TV miniseries adaptation of the story in 1995, and the lake scene from the series was named the number-one dramatic moment in film. (story)