- The Washington Times - Wednesday, December 31, 2008

V-Day split for J.Lo?

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony may have renewed their wedding vows a mere three months ago, but their rocky romance likely will bite the dust right after Valentine’s Day, an insider tells the New York Daily News.

“They’re definitely planning a clean break in February,” the anonymous source insists.

The couple, who have been married slightly more than four years and are the parents of 10-month-old twins, Max and Esme, renewed their vows in a surprise Las Vegas ceremony in October. Yet sources close to the pair say it didn’t help. Miss Lopez, 39, also set tongues wagging when she arrived at “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” premiere in early December without her wedding or engagement rings.

Similarly, Mr. Anthony, 40, has been spotted ditching his own wedding band at New York hot spots such as Bungalow 8. He also was caught partying - bandless - with pal Eva Longoria Parker at Lavo in Las Vegas on Dec. 8, the Daily News says.

A representative for Mr. Anthony would only say that “none of the rumors are true.” A rep for Miss Lopez didn’t respond.

‘Phantom’ sequel a go

Andrew Lloyd Webber says the long-awaited sequel to “The Phantom of the Opera” should be ready at the end of 2009, with a possible simultaneous opening on three continents, Associated Press reports.

The Tony-winning composer told the Times of London that he hopes the new musical, to be called “Phantom: Love Never Dies,” will open in New York, London and possibly Shanghai or another Asian city.

Woody weds gal pal

After two decades together, Woody Harrelson and his girlfriend, Laura Louie, made it legal on Sunday.

The 47-year-old actor and Miss Louie, 43, “were officially married yesterday on the island of Maui,” his rep tells People.com.

The couple have three daughters, Makani Ravello, 2, Zoe Giordano, 12, and Denni Montana, 15.

• Compiled by Robyn-Denise Yourse from Web and wire reports

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