DeGeneres, de Rossi divorce?
Another one of Hollywood's most beloved marriages is coming to an end, according to "In Touch" magazine. Just last week, Ellen DeGeneres was spotted without her wedding ring -- signaling to her fans that her marriage to actress Portia de Rossi is over once and for all.
For those close to the pair, who have been married for nine years, the split didn't exactly come as a surprise.
"It's happening. She and Portia are breaking up," an insider tells "In Touch." "Portia's ring has been off for a while now, and though she would occasionally slip it on to show Ellen she was trying, that's over now. ... There's no turning back. It's just a matter of time before the whole world knows."
Rodman gives Trump's 'Art of the Deal' to Kim
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) -- Dennis Rodman has delivered a message from President Donald Trump to North Korea -- sort of.
On Thursday, the former NBA player gave the country's sports minister a copy of Trump's book "The Art of the Deal," a present intended for North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
It wasn't signed by Trump, who was Rodman's boss for two seasons of the "Celebrity Apprentice" reality-TV show. Rodman has said his visit has nothing to do with the White House.
Wallenda hangs by teeth from helicopter over Niagara Falls
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (AP) -- Erendira Wallenda, the aerialist wife of daredevil Nik Wallenda, successfully hung by her teeth from a helicopter over Niagara Falls on Thursday, pulling off the stunt five years to the day her husband walked a tight rope over the falls.
The 36-year-old mother of three was tethered to a hoop suspended from a helicopter 300 feet above the water. After performing a few acrobatic maneuvers, she briefly hung twice by her teeth with the use of a mouth guard in between hanging upside-down by her toes for a few seconds.
The Wallendas said the stunt broke a height record Nik Wallenda set in 2011 when he hung by his teeth 250 feet above Silver Dollar City in Branson, Mo.
Erendira Wallenda said she was caught off guard by the windy conditions above the cataracts, something her husband had to deal with during his 2012 stunt. But she said in the post-stunt news conference that the experience was "beautiful and amazing."
The aerialist spent about eight minutes of the 10-minute stunt hovering over the falls after the helicopter took off from the parking-lot roof of the nearby Seneca Niagara casino.
Only a few dozen people viewed the stunt from the ground on the American side of the falls, compared to the tens of thousands who gathered on the U.S. and Canadian sides for Nik Wallenda's televised high-wire walk over Niagara Falls.