*Whitney Houston and ex-husband Bobby Brown were spotted together Sunday night taking their daughter Bobbi Christina to Dan Tana, an Italian restaurant in Beverly Hills. Houston filed for divorce from Brown last October, and last week asked a judge to speed up the process.
*Oprah Winfrey swept into Los Angeles to throw a party for Mary J. Blige on Friday night. According to Fox411, Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett were on hand at the function, as was Tom Cruise.
*Halle Berry’s Oscar-winning performance in “Monster’s Ball” is now available for purchase at iTunes following a new deal between the online music store and Lionsgate. "We're delighted to offer these incredibly popular Lionsgate films on iTunes, and look forward to adding even more films in the future," said Steve Beeks, president of Lionsgate. "iTunes lets users download these wonderful films to watch on their computer, TV or iPod, so movie fans can take their favorite Lionsgate films with them anywhere."
*Rhonda Ross, the daughter of Diana Ross and Berry Gordy, is reportedly ballin’ out of control as a real estate agent in New York. According to The Real Deal real estate magazine, the 35-year-old singer/actress has among her listings at Citi Habitats a five-bedroom duplex rental on the Upper West Side for $16,000 a month and a one-bedroom in Harlem with a monthly price tag of $1,900. When she's not showing properties, Ross continues to sing, reports the New York Post.
*Actor Dennis Haysbert, star of CBS’ “The Unit,” recently spoke about the emotions involved during the filming of his new movie “Goodbye Bafana,” where he plays former South African leader, Nelson Mandela, during the 20-year period he spent in jail. Haysbert said he found the experience "daunting." He says: "Every night I went home, I would have a glass of wine and just cry. The sacrifices he made were profoundly sad to me." The movie premiered Sunday at the Berlin Film Festival.