From Kristen Stewart‘s pics-or-it-didn’t-happen rendezvous with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders in 2012 to Jude Law‘s 2005 nanny affair and Tiger Woods‘ flings with literally every woman on the planet (OK, not really), these celebrities are quite infamous for their high-profile indiscretions.
Take a look at our gallery of adulterers, and learn from their mistakes. Cheating ends badly for everyone involved.
♥ James’ first name was chosen to honor his paternal grandfather
♥ When his twin sisters were born, he had a hand in choosing one of their names – Marion. The family, however, calls her by her middle name Loretta
♥ He is often snapped on his way to and from school with one of his famous parents in NYC
“Any note that James Wilke writes me is an incomparable gift. He writes such lovely, sweet, touching notes that are sometimes quite funny and my daughters draw me pictures all the time, and if I’m away, they mail me wonderful, wonderful pictures of themselves, self portraits.”- mama Sarah on her talented tots. “I don’t want him to do it until after he goes to college: But part of me thinks maybe it’s better if he knows the truth now about how hard it is to be a working actor. I don’t know that he grasps what it took to get us here.” – Sarah on her sweet son.
“Having children makes it harder now. When you involve other people who are reliant on you, the stakes are monumentally higher. I don’t mean to be dramatic, it’s also beautiful and filled with meaning.” – Sarah, on how motherhood has changed her life.
How’s this for scary: Judge Len Goodman started the night in a casket!
It was an appropriate opening because the returning judge had to help sound the death knell for Antonio Sabato Jr.
No matter how many times the soap star went shirtless under the mirror ball this season, he and partner Cheryl Burke just couldn’t keep the judges, or viewers, happy.
“I danced with one of the best in the world,” Sabato Jr. said. “It’s all about the fans and that’s why I am here.”
Here’s how the rest of the night played out:
Sabato Jr. and Burke. The actor performed a dramatic Viennese waltz but the judges weren’t moved. “It makes me uncomfortable to watch you,” said judge Carrie Ann Inaba. “It was a bit hectic at times,” added Goodman. Score: 27 out of 40
Tommy Chong and Peta Murgatroyd. There’s so much of the quickstep for the ‘ol boy to remember, but he still charmed to “That Old Black Magic.” “Tommy you did it again!” said judge Julianne Hough. “I’m telling you those kicks, that’s hard.” “Surprisingly, you were quite good and whole,” added judge Bruno Tonioli. Score: 28
Lea Thompson & Artem Chigvintsev. Their Argentine tango showed off her sexy, fishnet-covered gams that tripped the light fantastic after two weeks of ho-hum scores. “You stick it every single time,” said Hough. “Very clean, very precise, a great number,” added Goodman. Score: 34
Bethany Mota and Derek Hough. The YouTube star – or was that Maleficent? – pulled off an extraordinary paso doble amid a fancy stage production with drums and lots of flowing red curtains. “You became flawless,” said Inaba. “The dance got a bit lost in the whole production for me,” added Goodman. Score: 39
Michael Waltrip and Emma Slater. The jive proved too challenging for the racecar driver, who drove his partner to tears during rehearsals over fears she was failing him. “On driving terms, you are running on empty now,” said Goodman. “You’ve broken the record of being off time,” added Tonioli. Score: 20
Janel Parrish and Val Chmerkovskiy. The actress danced a fairly flawless Viennese waltz to the theme song of her hit ABC Family show, Pretty Little Liars, though it didn’t thrill the judges. “The only thing I was truly missing was a proper Viennese waltz,” said Hough. “The Halloween thing got away from you a little bit.” Score: 31
Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson. The actor performed a gorgeous rumba after an injury-laden rehearsal that prompted Carson to humorously offer her partner a “snack.” “Full of content,” said Tonioli. “You were taking care of your woman!” “I am so impressed,” added Inaba. Score: 36
Sadie Robertson and Mark Ballas. There were lots of zombies and skirt fluffing in this dramatic paso doble that came with its own undead dancing troupe. “The theme of the dance got in the way,” harrumphed Goodman. “You all lost the reason for the competition.” Score: 30
Team Itsy Bitsy. Parrish, Thompson and Moto shined despite a few missteps by Waltrip – not that the judges cared. “You killed that number!” said Tonioli. “You didn’t make anyone look bad,” added Inaba, speaking to Waltrip. Score: 36
Team Creepy. Ribeiro, Sabato Jr., Chong and Robertson danced the “Time Warp.” “I like this performance better,” said Inaba. “I thought it was very unique.” “It was full of individual personalities,” added Goodman. Score: 32
While attending Share Our Strength No Kid Hungry‘s fundraising dinner in Beverly Hills on Saturday, the actress told PEOPLE that her youngest daughter with husband Marc Silverstein is following in her very active footsteps.
“Cricket’s full on running. She’s a wild woman!” Philipps, 35, says.
“I never understood, my mom just keeps laughing and says that now I’m getting what I deserve because I was such a crazy baby.”
Although the 15-month-old is Philipps’s second child, she admits Cricket’s big sister Birdie Leigh, 6, was a “totally different” baby.
“Birdie would sit quietly by herself. I never worried about her,” the proud mama says. “We didn’t even really baby proof our house with Birdie because she just wasn’t interested in getting into trouble — [with] Cricket, if it’s not nailed down it’s off the counter.”
Philipps adds, “She throws everything. She’s really going to give us a run for our money. I love her. I’m so in love with her crazy personality.”
Although her children are almost five years years apart, the age difference has allowed for a strong bond between the two sisters. “Birdie reads to her, sometimes helps give her her bottle at night before bed. They take baths together,” Philipps shares.
“She’s just really helpful, sweet. There’s enough separation in age that Birdie is really able to participate in taking care of her. It’s cute.”
And it’s a two-way street: While Birdie “loves her little baby so much,” Cricket can’t get enough of her big sister.
“She has this Elmo board book that she’s obsessed with, that she makes Birdie read to her over and over again,” says Philipps.