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(Bogie's on-off girlfriend, Joan Blondell, once famously quipped, "The zipper was invented in 1926.Bogie demanded one be sewed into all of his pants – sex was a lot faster that way.") Thompson claimed this in her 1982 memoir, in 2010.Well, apparently the appeal of Paris Hilton was too great for Murray to resist as well, because he allegedly hooked up with her while shooting the movie, at least that was the claim made by former Backstreet Boy, Nick Carter, who was dating Hilton at the time. Anyway, Bush filed to have the marriage annulled just five months after they said their vows, but she and Murray awkwardly worked together on the show for another five years.She later said that they "had no business being in a relationship in the first place," and once referred to Murray as a "f**kboy" on Instagram, so they didn't exactly stay friendly.Well, let's shelf that for a second, because a few aspects of Bogie and Bacall's love affair wasn't so grand.The two acting legends were first paired up in 1944's , where their attraction was apparent on and off the screen.Okay, that's an oversimplification of the plot, but it's true that the movie flopped, and it's also true that the on-set affair accelerated the end of Ryan's already troubled marriage to actor Dennis Quaid, according to .
But that's allegedly what happened when Manson stepped out on Von Teese, his then lingerie model and burlesque performer wife, with Wood, his co-star in the never-released, — whatever that is.
Witherspoon has described their divorce as "humiliating," but never publicly called her ex out for cheating.
Then she rebounded with Jake Gyllenhaal before settling down again with her now-husband, the Hollywood agent Jim Toth.
So, she's doing fine, but did anyone expect America's sweetheart not to come out on top on this one?
Classic Hollywood paved the way for many of the practices of the entertainment industry that continue to this day.
After their divorce, Manson and Von Teese took turns slamming each other in the press.