Friends with benefits
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Hollywood Headlines: a crazy week in review

Friends with benefits
David Schwimmer announced his engagement to British photographer-waitress Zoe Buckman this week. According to the U.K. tabloids, Zoe was waiting on him in an English restaurant when they met. We guess he must be a pretty good tipper. Cue the romantic comedy script! (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Peter Graves dies at 83
A sad Hollywood passing this week as Peter Graves, star of “Mission: Impossible” and the “Airplane!” series, died at age 83. Graves’ brilliant turn as Capt. Clarence Oveur in the “Airplane!” movies almost upended the dramatic work he had been famous for up until that point. This message will self-destruct in 10 seconds... (Vince Bucci / Getty Images)
Babe Bundchen and baby Bundchen
In March, model Giselle Bundchen revealed her newborn baby boy and her post-baby body -- which looked close to perfect. She attributes her figure’s return to form to “muscle memory.” Too bad that for most of us, our muscles are amnesiacs. (Mauricio Lima / AFP, Getty Images)
The price of defame
Oprah’s being accused of defaming the headmistress at the African school she sponsors. The headmistress has already reached a settlement in a similar case she brought against the Huffington Post. Perhaps everything could be smoothed over, if only the headmistress was to look under her seat and keys? (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
RIP Corey Haim
Corey Haim was laid to rest this week in Toronto, as about 200 mourners paid their respects. The cause of his death is still pending. (L. Pief Weyman / Associated Press)
Ellen De-generous
In March, America’s sweetheart Ellen DeGeneres made the country an offer: Adopt an animal shelter dog and not only will it change your life, but her company will also donate a million servings of Spot’s Stew to shelter pets awaiting adoption. (Kevin Winter / IPTC)
Fishing for trouble
“The Deadliest Catch’s” Jake Harris (pictured here on left) was charged in a Seattle court this week with reckless driving, and on a suspended driver’s license. He’s due back in court on March 26 where he’ll face sentencing. Maybe he should stick to the high seas. (Blair Bunting / Getty Images)
Rielle Hunter in GQ
Rielle Hunter, one reason John Edwards left politics, did a photo shoot for GQ in March -- and we got the video. If ever a woman didn’t want to be in front of a camera, this is it; her face is pulled into a perpetual frown. Perhaps she’s thinking about how she picked the wrong Democrat with whom to have a child? (Mark Seliger / Associated Press)
Nevermind the Bullocks
Sandra Bullock has reportedly moved out of the home she shares with husband Jesse James -- and all the marital unbliss forced her to cancel “The Blind Side” movie premiere she was to attend in the U.K. A tabloid alleged that James had an almost year-long affair with Michelle “Bombshell” McGee. He was quick to issue a statement(Peter Kramer / Associated Press)