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(And by people, we mean us.) But, Aniston is happily engaged to Justin Theroux, while Pitt is set to marry Angelina Jolie. Woody Allen & Mia Farrow Some people might not remember when Woody Allen and Mia Farrow were once a happily married couple, but many people remember when Allen left Farrow to be with their adopted daughter. Yep, that’s a pretty bad breakup story, if we’ve ever heard one. Julianne Hough & Ryan Seacrest Say it ain’t so! When Seacrest and Hough announced their split, shock echoed around the world. The pair, who began dating in 2010, called it quits in spring of 2013 … and it was unexpected. Michelle Williams & Jason Segel Although their romance was short-lived, when Williams and Segel announced their split in Feb. 2013, it was a sad, sad time for a lot of fans. Why, you may ask? Well, just look at them together! Taylor Swift & Harry Styles Although they didn’t date for long, every Swift breakup is a big one — especially when she’s dating a One Direction star. Swift and Styles called it quits in early 2013 … and it shocked Directioners and Swift’s cat Meredith. Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Oof, this one hurt.
Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 2 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Lily Collins is the Internet’s most dangerous celebrity Haley Blum, USA TODAY 4:08 p.m. EDT September 17, 2013 Searching her name comes with the highest chance of running into Internet junk, according to rankings by McAfee. In this Aug. 22, 2013 file photo, English actress Lily Collins attends the premiere of the film ‘Cazadores de Sombras, Ciudad de Huesos’ (‘The Mortal Instruments, City of Bones’) at Callao cinema in Madrid. (Photo: Abraham Caro Marin, AP) SHARE 31 CONNECT 33 TWEET 2 COMMENTEMAILMORE If you forgot who actress Lily Collins’ famous dad is, you might want to think twice before entering her name into a search engine to find out. The daughter of Phil Collins tops McAfee’s list of Most Dangerous Celebrities to search for on the Internet in 2013. That’s a bummer for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones star, whose name apparently has a 14.5% chance of pulling up results that test positive for spam, adware, spyware, viruses or other malware. Uh oh. Canadian punk-pop princess Avril Lavigne, Gravity star Sandra Bullock, comedian Kathy Griffin and Star Trek Into Darkness actress Zoe Saldana rounded out the top five, so keep that in mind the next time you want to Google them. The only male in the top 10 is Don Draper himself, Jon Hamm , landing at No. 8. Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Adriana Lima and Emma Roberts join him in the bottom five of the list. Another Emma Watson of Harry Potter fame topped the list last year, but managed to drop out of the top 10 this year.
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Long known for his abuse of alcohol and drugs, Sheen appeared on interview after interview, spewing a string of bizarre rants about being a “warlock” with “tiger blood” and a “total bitchin’ rock star from Mars.” After years of lawsuits, battles with exes, claims of domestic violence, overdoses and arrests for assault and property damage, Sheen admitted in 2012 that he may not have been “winning” after all, saying that (another) stint in rehab helped him gain some perspective. It set the scene for his return to TV, with the new FX show, “Anger Management,” in which he plays a therapist opposite Selma Blair. Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images Robert Downey Jr. The actor who made his film debut at the age of 5, rose to fame in the ’80s as one of the so-called “Brat Pack,” starring in “Less Than Zero” and “Weird Science,” among other movies, and as a cast member of “Saturday Night Live.” But Downey’s life-long battle with drugs became especially hard in the ’90s, and his habit eventually landing him in a California rehabilitation facility. After emerging in 2000, a likely comeback as Callista Flockhart’s love interest on the popular TV series “Ally McBeal” was thwarted when he was arrested two more times and fired from the show. But the Academy-award nominated actor has managed to finally kick his drug habit and has been welcomed back warmly by Hollywood and movie fans alike. He’s since proven his talent and his worth with appearances in the critically acclaimed “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang,” and in the high-grossing blockbuster movies of the “Sherlock Holmes,” “Iron Man” and “Avengers” franchises. Rommel Demano/Getty Images Martha Stewart The queen of craft and multibillion-dollar business tycoon Martha Stewart’s incredible reversal of fortune since her fall from grace is owed to more than just good luck. The lifestyle entrepreneur revealed in 2012 that she carefully planned the resuscitation of her career from the moment she was convicted and imprisoned for insider trading in 2004. Since then, there seems to be no end to her successes and ever-growing empire, which includes the launch of her magazine, “Martha Stewart Living,” her ascension onto New York Times’ bestseller list for her book “The Martha Rules,” and a starring role on a daytime television show. Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images Britney Spears After the head shaving, paparazzi assaults, dates with paparazzi, public custody battles and hospitalizations, Spears seems to have once again magically transformed herself from “hot mess” to simply “hot.” But so enthralled is America by the “Princess of Pop,” the erratic behavior was all but forgiven when her supposed comeback album “Circus” was released in 2008 — deemed by critics to be a real return to form for the Grammy Award-winner. The singer-cum-actress began her career as a cast member of The Mickey Mouse Club and quickly rose to fame with such hits as “Baby One More Time,” “Lucky” and “Stronger.” Her newest single, “Work Bitch,” was leaked to fans over the weekend ahead of the release of her latest album, which the 31-year-old has promised as her “most personal” album ever. She’s even launched a comeback countdown on her website titled “all eyes on me,” leading down to an announcement on Sept. 17.