Gossip: Jesse James marries for fourth time to Alexis DeJoria

Jesse James (L) and Alexis DeJoria attend John Paul DeJoria's annual winter wonderland holiday party. Credit: Getty Images
Jesse James (L) and Alexis DeJoria attend John Paul DeJoria’s annual winter wonderland holiday party.
Credit: Getty Images

Fourth time is the charm? Jesse James has tied the knot once again, marrying drag racer Alexis DeJoria in Malibu last weekend after dating for less than two months, according to Star magazine. James’ most recent marriage — to Sandra Bullock — ended in divorce in 2010 after his infidelity came to light. DeJoria is the daughter of billionaire Paul Mitchell co-founder John Paul DeJoria, who also helped launch Patron tequila and the House of Blues nightclub chain. “Jesse’s always had a man-crush on John Paul, and what better way to get close to him than to get hitched to his daughter?” a source says. “But this marriage will be his fourth. If I were John Paul — after what Jesse put Sandra through — I’d be warning him up front that when it comes to Alexis, he’s better watch his butt.”

Lindsay Lohan is apparently looking to make the most of her time on the outside before her 90-day sentence in a lock-in rehab facility begins. The troubled actress, who accepted her sentence as part of a plea deal last week, reportedly spent the weekend hitting up nightclubs around Southern Califorina. On Friday, Lohan was spotted “drinking Ketel One vodka on the rocks and smoking Parliaments” at San Diego club Fluxx dressed in a Yankees baseball hat and a hooded sweatshirt, according to Us Weekly. And Saturday night found her back in L.A. at Santa Monica’s 41 Ocean, where she tried to dodge photographers, according to the Daily Mail. But Lohan has assured her Twitter followers that she’s not partying as much as is being reported. “I’m taking this seriously and focused on the road ahead,” she wrote before the wild weekend. “Don’t believe every thing you hear unless you hear it from me.” There’s still no word on when Lohan will begin her 90 days of treatment.

Maybe it’s time to put those breakup rumors about Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth away, as the pair have been “inseparable” since Hemsworth got back from his trip to Australia and Manila, according to People magazine. “Since Liam returned to L.A., Miley has been in the best mood. They are together and will continue their wedding plans,” a source says. On top of that, Cyrus has been spotted wearing her engagement ring once again.

Spice Girls fans hoping for a reunion will have to be satisfied with the group’s performance at the Olympics last summer, as that’s it as far as Victoria Beckham is concerned, according to Radar Online. “Victoria has made no secret of the fact her singing days are over, with a hugely successful business and a growing family,” her rep says. “She loved her time as a Spice Girl and will always wish the other girls well in whatever they choose to do.” And whatever they choose to do may now include a reality show in which they search for Beckham’s replacement, according to the Daily Mail. “The girls, particularly Geri [Halliwell], think there is so much more that they can achieve, and they know that their fans still want to see them perform,” a source says. “She would give anything for this to all work out. She has spoken to TV production companies about how it would work and is very excited. They are gradually getting further down the line.” A source close to the band, though, insists that the four remaining members would not recruit a replacement.

George Clooney knows how to have a good time at work. While he and Matt Damon are in Berlin to film “The Monuments Men,” a drama based on the true story of people who tried to rescue works of art from Nazi Germany, their on-set antics have proven anything but serious. Case in point: Clooney used a late-season snowfall as ammunition to start a snowball fight with Damon while filming, according to local newspaper B.Z. Damon retaliated, with the production team egging them on, though co-star Cate Blanchett steered clear of the battle.


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