As we all know there's been speculation for weeks that Beyoncé and Jay Z's marriage has been on rocks ever since that video emerged of her sister Solange attacking the rapper after the Met gala. You know the one- Solange kicked and punched, Jay Z tried not to retaliate and Beyoncé, well Beyoncé did nothing.
Well according to a source, Beyoncé has been finding support in her actress pal Gwyneth Paltrow to help her cope with her marriage problems.
And get this- Gwenie, who recently split from Coldplay's Chris Martin, has even arranged a four-day girlie break for them at a retreat in Central California.
Think lots of wine, yoga, crying. Yeah you get the idea.
We never had Gwyneth down as a marriage counsellor, but then again you know what they say about a friend in a need...
And it looks like we may have a new Posh and Becks.
Prince William, who is president of the United for Wildlife coalition, teamed up with football royalty David Beckham this week to help launch a new campaign to protect endangered species.
The duo, suited and booted, appeared together at the event to event held at Google's headquarters in London to unveil the Whose Side Are You On initiative.
Its focus is raising awareness of conservation issues around the world such as the illicit sales of ivory and rhino horns.
Speaking to campaigners, Beckham said he was he was passionate about using his fame to make a difference.
They definitely have our support.
And on a sad note- the world is in mourning following the sudden death of British comedic actor Rik Mayall.
The 56-year-old star, best known for his roles in sitcoms The Young Ones, Blackadder, the New Statesman and Bottom, passed away at his London home on Monday morning.
Britain's got talent judge David Walliams led the tributes describing the late comedy legend as is idol.
"I am heartbroken that my comedy idol growing up Rik Mayall has died. He made me want to be a comedian," Walliams said on Twitter
The circumstances surrounding his death are as yet unknown.