The Strokes stars Julian Casablancas and Nick Valensi are on the move after putting their homes on the market in the past week. Guitarist Valensi and his wife Amanda de Cadenet listed their property in Studio City, California for $1.8 million (£1.2 million) last week (ends12Jul13), and now his bandmate has reportedly sold his New York City apartment for $1.25 million (£830,000).
Casablancas has called the Big Apple pad home since 2005, when he bought it for $840,000 (£560,000).
It sits in a swanky Greenwich Village apartment complex, which Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell and leading man Chris Noth have also called home.
The star was first diagnosed with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) when she was in a violent relationship in her teens, but the symptoms, which include extreme exhaustion and headaches, disappeared as she entered her 20s.
However, after shooting long hours on her chat show, which featured in-depth discussions with the likes of Lady Gaga and Gwyneth Paltrow, the autoimmune illness came back with a vengeance.
She tells Britain's You magazine, "I had no symptoms of it for about 15 years and then it came back right after we finished making The Conversation. I suffered from exhaustion, memory loss, dizziness, fever and swollen glands. There's only a small team of us on the show and I think we worked so hard that I was worn down."
It's an age-old story: Girl becomes teenage millionaire. Girl grows up. Girl shows her boobs.
Getting engaged to Hunger Games hunk Liam Hemsworth certainly hasn't slowed Miley Cyrus down. The 19-year-old wild child actress/singer has been out and about in full force, showing off more than that big honking diamond ring.
"For me, what I do [being sexy] is not the point," she recently told Lifetime's The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet. "You're not sitting there trying to be sexy. If people find that [I am], I take it as a compliment. People are so scared of seeing a woman being like, ‘This is who I am and you’re not going to change it.’”
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The two friends were shooting the chat for De Cadenet's The Conversation talk show when the topic turned to parenting - and the British socialite became emotional as she thanked the star for helping her cope with motherhood.
De Cadenet said, "I very much trust your instinct and guidance as a mother. I was thinking about the things that I've learned from you and one of the things is really about family.
"I didn't grow up with that; I didn't have a relationship with my father and, like, learning to be a mother to a son and a daughter when there isn't really an example, and how I watched you with your kids... I really learned so much from you."
De Cadenet halted the interview and apologised for the sudden emotion, prompting her pal to joke, "This is the worst interview of all time... I'll start crying."
The host added, "I'm so grateful for that... I've been able to witness how you juggle everything and how you show up for your son and your daughter and I've often looked at you and thought, 'How do you know how to do this?'"
The Hollywood couple celebrated the milestone anniversary last year (11), when the stars became parents for the third time to son Benjamin, but Preston admits it hasn't always been an easy ride and they have had to work on maintaining a loving relationship through the years.
In an interview with socialite Amanda De Cadenet for her U.S. show The Conversation, Preston says, "Really in life, to stay married (you have) to keep finding out about the person and wanting to be together, because there's so many things that you work through... Going through huge highs and amazing lows, and being able to navigate that... and keep checking in and creating it (a strong relationship), because it doesn't happen on its own."
Preston insists keeping each other laughing has been the key to their relationship: "A marriage, people think, 'Oh, you just let it happen.' No, you need to create it and keep it fun and keep it alive and funny. We laugh, I think that's one of our biggest things together."
And the actress reveals she still finds herself physically attracted to Travolta, whatever shape he's in.
She adds, "He's hot... He looks amazing now, he's lost so much weight and he's been working out, but yet I love him when he was 20 pounds heavier, and thought he was really hot."
Preston's comments, which aired in the U.S. on Thursday (14Jun12), emerge just weeks after the couple found its union under scrutiny following unfounded allegations accusing the Grease actor of sexually assaulting two male masseurs in separate incidents earlier this year (12). Travolta's attorney slammed the claims and the lawsuits were subsequently withdrawn.
The American Horror Story star welcomed nine-month-old Ethiopian boy Yoby in November (11), but she has been so focused on being a good mum, her love life has suffered as a result.
In a candid U.S. TV interview with socialite Amanda De Cadenet, she says, "I have no sex life right now... I can't stop thinking about how I could do it, how I could pull it off. I'm just talking about how I get laid while I have a baby.
"I'm in such great shape right now to meet a man, I just don't have time. When I go home I have my little guy so..."
But Britton admits she never would have imagined bringing up a son on her own because she was surrounded by women growing up and has "no idea" what boys are like to deal with.
She adds, "It is kind of interesting to me, because truthfully, what the hell am I doing raising a boy? Like, literally, I have no idea what I'm doing; did not grow up with boys, except from my father. Everybody in my family had girls; we had matriarchs in our family... And I don't have a man in my life, so it's very interesting to me that here I am now, about to raise this little boy."
The actress decided to take immediate action when doctors diagnosed her with an early form of the disease in 2008 and she regained her figure after having reconstructive surgery.
But Applegate, 40, admits having fake boobs did little for her self-esteem and she feels no emotional connection with her new chest.
In a candid U.S. TV talk with The Conversation host Amanda de Cadenet, she says, "It just is different (having fake breasts). I think at first I was pretty OK with them, as far as just they stood up, they didn't move, I could wear tank tops without a bra, but to be honest, this section of my body (her chest) I'm just very disconnected with. It's just a strange thing."
"If I could say one thing to my 14-year-old self it would be, 'Wait to have sex...' I was 14. That's really young. First of all, that's illegal; second of all, I just wasn't emotionally capable of handling having sex." Former wild child Amanda De Cadenet wishes she had waited to lose her virginity.
The Tron: Legacy star admits she went through "a manic phase" following her break-up with husband Tao Ruspoli, and she turned to food to "self-medicate" after initially losing weight during a battle with insomnia.
In a candid new interview with TV talk show presenter Amanda De Cadenet, Wilde explains, "I lost a bunch of weight and I was really never sleeping... I moved in with a girlfriend and she said, 'You don't sleep; you sleep three hours a night!'
"Then you go through a period where you're self-medicating with something to fill a void because you have created a void by removing someone from you. There's a chunk missing and people fill it with all sorts of things.
"I definitely self-medicate with food, that's my thing; I love to cook. I always convince myself, 'It's better than crack cocaine, so I guess it's OK...' Food is like a hug on the inside.
"I'm a healthy person, but I definitely packed it on because I wanted to feel a buffer between me and the pain, because the world started getting really scary and new relationships (and) dating was a lot more painful than I ever imagined."
But the actress is glad she went through the hell of 2011 - because now she feels she's a better person for all the pain: "Learning to be by myself and be OK with it and not need the validation of another human being, that has been the biggest challenge. But I know coming out of that I'll be a better person, a better partner eventually for someone."