Here's a 27-year-old version of the British babe at in Los Angeles back in 1997 (left) and 18 year later ... the activist and author -- who celebrated her 45th birthday earlier this week -- at a gala in NYC this month (right).
Perhaps having 'Bad Grandpa' star Johnny Knoxvilletrash your wedding isn't the best starting point -- just ask the movie's producer, whose marriage is now in ruins.
According to the docs, 2 years after Jarrod Brom's wedding was featured in the film -- full of ball slaps and fart pranks -- his wife, Kimberly Peeler has filed divorce papers ... throwing in the towel, which was most likely up someone's butt.
You may recall ... film crews captured Knoxville's character demolishing a champagne tower and destroying the cake during their actual ceremony.
The divorce should be pretty clean though -- they don't have any kids, and in the docs Kimberly says there are no assets to split.
If Knoxville pops up in divorce court ... that would be awesome.
Our photog spotted Farrah sipping cocktails at the Mondrian Hotel in LA and asked about her fellow "Teen Mom" alum's breast implant fundraiser. McKee's asking for contributions toward her $5k boob job on MyFreeImplants.com. Last we looked she raised around $25.
Farrah threw some serious shade on Mackenzie, saying she's a mooch.
The former sex tape stareven clued us in on how much she paid for her boobs, and it’s not as much as you think.
Actress and comedian Anne Meara -- who famously co stared with her husband Jerry Stiller for more than 60 years -- has died at the age of 85.
Anne's family, including her son Ben Stiller released a statement on Sunday regarding her passing. They did not mention a cause of death.
Meara was famous for performing on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in the 1960s with her husband Jerry Stiller, and also had recurring roles on "All My Children" and "The King of Queens." She co stared with Ben in the 2006 film 'Night at the Museum."
As if being down 3 games to zero wasn't hard enough -- Houston Rockets star James Harden now has to contend with the so-called "Based God curse" ... which is now officially on him, according to Lil B.
The rapper tells TMZ Sports he put the hex on Harden when he failed to apologize or give proper credit to Lil B for his "cooking it up" dance. B says, "He's cursed for the rest of the playoffs and further notice until he speaks on what dance celebration he's doing and where it comes from."
The curse has become the talk of the NBA playoffs, and couldn't come at a worst time for Harden ... whose Rockets are on the brink of elimination after getting crushed by the Golden State Warriors yesterday, 115-80.
If, like most reasonable people, you're not buying this curse biz -- Lil B points out he gave Harden a final warning before yesterday's blowout, and ... "he lost by 35 points to match the jersey number of his former teammate [Kevin Durant] who is actively cursed right now."
Lil B famously threw the curse on KD last year. Now he's injured.
B says he didn't want this to happen, and still hopes Harden has a change of heart. He adds ... "The Based God can take off his curse at anytime."
Reality? Harden's chances of coming back from 3-0 are already slim to none -- cursed or not.
Kelly Rutherford has finally won a battle in her 3 year war to get her kids back from her ex-husband, and on U.S. soil -- at least in a California court, but it remains to be seen if Monaco will honor the deal.
On Friday a California judge granted her custody of 8-year-old son Hermes and 6-year-old daughter Helena. The children have been living in France and Monaco with their father Daniel Giersch since 2012.
The Califronia ruling only says Kelly has the right to bring the children back to the U.S. while the custody battle continues. The problem is, it's unclear weather Monaco courts will honor the California ruling.
Earlier this month, Kelly came on TMZ Live and told us Giersch had "habitual residents" status for the children ... meaning they could not be removed from Monoco.
Mama June has given TLC an ultimatum -- either put "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" back on the air, or she'll sue the network for treating her far more harshly than the Duggar family.
Mama June's lawyer tells TMZ, he gave the network the demand Friday, claiming the family's rights were violated when TLC yanked the show hours after TMZ posted a pic of June with convicted child molester Mark McDaniel. They say Josh Duggar's conductwas far worse, with fewer consequences.
The attorney told TLC the family is willing to work for the same terms as before and they are all on board.
The lawyer told TLC he'd be happy to resolve the matter in court ... where he believes he can score a $1 million jury verdict.
The attorney says if he doesn't get any action in the next week, he'll file the lawsuit.
The Nobel Prize-winning mathematician who was the inspiration for Russell Crowe's character in "ABeautiful Mind" is dead, along with his wife, after a fatal taxi crash.
John Forbes Nash, Jr. and his wife Alicia were in the back of a cab on the New Jersey Turnpike when the driver tried to pass another car and lost control. The taxi crashed into the guard rail and both Nash and his wife were ejected. They were not wearing seat belts.
Nash was a brilliant mathematician who battled paranoid schizophrenia ... a character well-played by Crowe in the 2001 movie, which won an Oscar for Best Picture.
Nash won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1994 for his work in game theory. He taught at Princeton and MIT.
Nash was 86. Alicia was 82. They were married for 60 years.