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Celebrity Recap - January 2005

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston split in January 2005 after four years of marriage.
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January 2005 Celebrity Birthdays

  • January 2nd - Orlando Bloom's ex, Kate Bosworth, turned 22.
  • January 5th - Shock rocker, Marilyn Manson, celebrated his 36th birthday.
  • January 7th - Nicolas Cage hit 41.
  • January 13th - Troy star, Orlando Bloom, turned 28.
  • January 14th - American Idol guest judge, LL Cool J, hit 37.
  • January 17th - Kid Rock turned 34 and Jim Carrey celebrated his 43rd birthday.
  • January 24th - The OC's Mischa Barton turned 19.
  • January 25th - Songstrees, Alicia Keys, hit 24.
  • January 28th - Frodo, AKA Elijah Wood, celebrated his 24th, Nick Carter turned 25 and Joey Fatone hit 28.
  • January 29th - Former 7th Heaven star, Andrew Keegan, turned 26.
  • January 30th - Khleo Thomas of the Disney flick, Holes, hit 16 and the new Batman, Christian Bale turned 31.
  • January 31st - Justin Timberlake celebrated his 24th birthday.
  • January 2005 Celebrity Love Report

  • Word on the street is that Justin Timberlake and Cameron Diaz are engaged! Cameron was sporting a flashy diamond ring at a restaurant in LA where she and Justin went to celebrate the news with close friends. Cameron has said that she wants to steer away from the traditional white wedding dress and wear a Native Indian inspired frock on the big day.
  • Kelis and Nas have gotten married - the couple has been dating for two years now, after meeting at P. Diddy's 2002 MTV Video Music Awards after party.
  • January 2005 Celebrity Break-Ups

  • Several sources are reporting that Orlando Bloom and Kate Bosworth have split. The two started dating in spring of 2002 after they met filming an ad for The Gap.
  • Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have called things off after more than four years of marriage. The couple has said that they are still good friends and that they will continue their business partnership. The two are co-owners of a movie production company called Plan B.
  • Kelly Rowland's March wedding to Dallas Cowboys' Roy Willimas may be off. Reps for the singer say that it's still on, but that the date has been changed. No confirmation of the re-scheduled date, though.
  • January 2005 Celebrity Contract News

  • It has been announced that Sarah Jessica Parker will voice one of the characters in the upcoming Shrek 3 movie, which is scheduled to be in theaters in 2007.
  • P. Diddy is set to appear in a Pepsi ad, slated to debut during the [kwlink]Super Bowl[/kwlink] on February 6, 2005. Fomer supermodel Cindy Crawford and actress Eva Longoria will also be in the commercial.
  • Beyonce is set to release her own line of clothing, jewelry and perfume which will be called House of Dereon after her grandmother, Agnes Dereon. You can expect to see Beyonce's new line in stores this fall.
  • Other Celebrity News

  • Jury selection began in Michael Jackson's trial on January 31st, 2005. Fans gathered outside the courthouse to lend support to Michael who has continued to protest his innocence in this matter.
  • Usher says J-Lo stole a song that he wrote while recording his Confessions album. The song Get Right was originally titled Ride and was written by Usher and producer Rich Harrison.
  • A petition has been launched to stop Ashlee Simpson from ever singing live again. New Yorker Bethany Decker launched the site www.stopashlee.com and already has more than 65,000 signatures. The petition will be sent to Ashlee's record label, Geffen Records and her father's management company JT Entertainment.
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