Monday gossip roundup: Adam Levine breaks up with girlfriend Anne Vyalitsyna

ALAJUELA, COSTA RICA - MARCH 24: Adam Levinee, from Maroon Five, during the Festival Imperial on March 24, 2012 in Alajuela, Costa Rica. (Photo by Ignacio Gonzalez L-P/Latin Content/Getty Images)

Bruce Willis and Emma Heming welcomed a baby girl, Mabel Ray, over the weekend, according to Entertainment Tonight. The new parents are “overjoyed” about the arrival, according to their reps. Mabel weighed in at 9 pounds, 1 ounce. This is the first child for the couple, who tied the knot in 2009. Willis has three daughters with ex-wife Demi Moore.

Adam Levine and model Anne Vyalitsyna have broken up, according to Hollyscoop. The very high-profile couple was previously seen walking the Victoria’s Secret runway hand-in-hand and posing nude for Vogue Russia together last November, but apparently all wasn’t well at home, as Levine and Vyalitsyna “got into a big fight in January” that nearly ended the relationship, a source says. “Adam and I have decided to separate in an amicable and supportive manner,” Vyalitsyna says in a statement confirming the split. “We still love and respect each other as friends, I wish him all the best.” The pair met in 2010 at a Sport Illustrated swimsuit issue launch event where Maroon 5 was also performing.

“Two and a Half Men” star Ashton Kutcher knows how he’s spending his summer vacation: playing tech guru Steve Jobs in a film about the life of the late Apple mogul, according to Variety. The film, to be directed by Joshua Michael Stern, will follow Jobs’ rise to power. Of course, there’s some competition, as Sony Pictures is developing a rival Jobs biopic, though there’s no word on who will play the computer pioneer in that film.

Despite popular opinion to the contrary, Zac Efron doesn’t consider himself a heartthrob. “I can’t explain to you what it’s like to be a heartthrob, [because] I don’t think I am a heartthrob,” Efron says in an interview with CBS Sunday Morning. “I hate [that word]. I hate it. It follows you around, but you don’t deserve it. It’s like, ‘Why?’ I’m just me. I’m just Zac. Just Zac.”

Molly Sims knows what she likes on TV — real-life crime series — but with a baby on the way she’s worried she might be doing some unintended damage. “I’m addicted to ‘Dateline’ and ’48 hours.’ Lately, when I turn it on, I pull the sheet over my belly to make sure my kid is not, like, a serial killer,” Sims tells Us Weekly. “I love those shows, but I’m like, ‘Can he or she hear what they are saying?’ so I cover my belly.”

Adam Sandler has a new record, but it’s probably not one he wants to brag about. The actor’s gender-bender comedy “Jack and Jill” — in which he played male and female twins — earned 10 of the 12 Razzies for which it was nominated over the weekend. The Razzies — or Golden Raspberries — celebrate the worst in film each year. “It’s not really a clean sweep,” Razzies founder John Wilson tells People magazine. “So it will go into the record books with an asterisk.” The previous record-holder for most wins was Lindsay Lohan‘s 2006 film “I Know Who Killed Me.” Some of the trophies “Jack and Jill” earned include worst picture, both worst actor and actress for Sandler, worst supporting for David Spade (who also donned drag) and worst supporting actor for Al Pacino.


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