Elisha Cuthbert was a guest on Conan last night and showed off her wacky side. While promoting her show Happy Endings, Elisha did a very convincing Renee Zellweger that consisted of extreme pouting completely void of expression.
She continued to explain she also enjoys imitating Ellen DeGeneres. Unfortunately, there was no dialogue with any of her impressions and she explained she only does “dancing Ellen”. All in all, it was a solid effort that had Conan and his audience thoroughly entertained.
Thanks to TeamCoco for posting the video.
According to a report in Us Magazine, Bradley Cooper and Renee Zellweger have split. Yet another couple to bite the dust!
After almost two years together, multiple sources confirmed to Us that the couple have split. Reps for both Cooper and Zellweger had no comment, though.
Cooper, who stars in “Limitless” this month, first met Oscar-winner Zellweger six years ago on the set of their thriller “Case 39.” Their romance didn’t bloom until summer 2009.
Both stars have had short-lived marriages in the past: Cooper was married to actress Jennifer Esposito, while Zellweger to singer Kenny Chesney. Interesting enough, the couple have always, always remained private about their relationship in the press. When asked about Zellweger in Details magazine in the June/July 2010 issue, Cooper retorted, “I just can’t.” Well then.
I’m never really shocked by celebrity splits, unless it’s like, Brangelina or something. I always found this couple rather odd – Cooper is 36, Zellweger is 41. Thats like a 40 year age difference in Hollywood. Just kidding. But in all honestly, they were a mismatched couple. I see Cooper with someone like Jessica Biel or Jessica Alba, while Zellweger is more suitable with a George Clooney, Richard Gere, distinguished type. Whatever, they are both rich and famous, so I’m sure they will find one suitable. Time to play the field!
Renée Zellweger is set to star in a third ‘Bridget Jones’ film.
The actress has already expressed an interest in reprising the famous role and is prepared to once again pile on the pounds to play the hapless British TV reporter.
A source told Britain’s Daily Express newspaper: “The next film will leap forward 10 years. Mark Darcy and Daniel Cleaver are still on the scene and Bridget is about to give birth to Daniel’s baby.”
Working Title, the company who produced the first two films, have already bought the rights to author Helen Fielding’s third novel.
The pressure is now on Fielding, who gave birth to her second child four months ago, to complete the book as soon as possible.
The source added: “Helen Fielding has started on the book. Obviously her own baby daughter has stalled production a little but now that Working Title has signed on the dotted line, she’ll be trying to finish the book as quickly as possible.”
Renée gained 25 pounds to play Bridget in the first two movies and perfected her English accent by using it on set even when she wasn’t filming.
Renee Zellweger talked to Now Magazine about her divorce from country singer Kenny Chesney. She might as well’ve kept her mouth closed, because she didn’t make much sense.
“I made the biggest mistake of my personal life,” she told Now. “I felt a fool. I wanted to run away and hide. I was going through an intensely private situation. I didn’t want to share it with the world.”
Yes, but why did you divorce?
“I was going through huge life changes at the time. I wanted to stop and be a girl for a while,” she says. “My marriage came during this time and it was desperately important to me. I don’t want anyone to think I didn’t take it seriously.”
K, that’s great. We never though you took it seriously, but anyway. Why did you end your 128 day marriage to Chesney?
“There was no alternative but to let it go. I don’t believe in hanging on to relationships if they aren’t working. And this wasn’t going to work.”
And there you have it, folks. Still nadda on the situation.
Paperwork ending Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney’s short marriage was filed Tuesday in Los Angeles.
According to papers obtained by TV show Extra, “the judgement of nullity is entered … the parties are declared to be single persons.”
The actress and country singer married in May, but Zellweger filed for annulment just four months later, citing the marriage was a fraud. This was “not a reflection of Kenny’s character,” she said in a statement.
Renne Zellweger split from husband Kenny Chesney because he didn’t want children, Britain’s The Sun reports.
“She’s an old-fashioned girl and wanted to start a family as soon as the wedding dress was in the wardrobe,” one source told the paper. “She thought Kenny felt the same way, but it didn’t take her long to realise the dream was over.”
An anonymous friend of Renee’s backed the statement.
“Her biological clock is ticking loudly. She is desperate to have children,” the friend said. “Renee’s understanding was that Kenny wanted a family too. It was Kenny who got cold feet.”
andPOP previously reported the actress had filed for an annulment after just four months of marriage to the country singer. Zellweger cited fraud as the reason for termination.
“The usual fraud in American law is when the wife claims the husband said they were going to have children and now he won’t,” celebrity divorce laywer Raoul Felder tells The Sun.
Zellweger’s spokesman would only say: “The miscommunication of the objective of their marriage at the start is the only reason for this annulment.”
Renee Zellweger has cited fraud as the reason for annulling her four month marriage to country star Kenny Chesney.
The actress filed the court papers in California – where the only grounds for annulment are if one of the spouses was under age, already married, of unsound mind, physically incapacitated or had committed “fraud” to obtain marital consent.
Zellweger released a statement saying the term was “simply legal language and not a reflection of Kenny’s character”.
Zellweger also said she hopes the media will allow her and Chesney “to experience this transition as privately as possible”.
A source among Zellweger’s friends says she and Chesney were unable to reconcile the fact that she wanted him to live with her in Connecticut, but he preferred splitting his time between Nashville and his Caribbean home.
Zellweger’s fraud allegation is “very unusual for a high-profile case,” celebrity divorce attorney John Mayoue told E! Online.
“Fraud is a very high standard,” Mayoue says. “For a court to accept this for fraud, it’s going to have to be a very egregious situation.”
After just five months of marriage, country star Kenny Chesney and actress Renee Zellweger have announced they will annul their marriage.
Chesney’s publicist confirmed the details Thursday afternoon.
Another source close to Chesney said he received news of the annulment Wednesday while in Nashville. Zellweger, meanwhile, initiated the proceedings while in New York, CMT.com reports.
The couple married May 9 on St. John island in the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he owns a house. It was the first marriage for both.
The two met at the Concert of Hope tsunami relief effort on January 15 and had a quiet courtship out of the media spotlight.
The day after the wedding, Chesney told CMT News, “I am incredibly happy. I may well be the luckiest man alive … to be so in love with someone who is so perfect for me. It’s just hard to imagine that I’m not going to wake up.”