Kat Von D and Jesse James. (David Livingston/GETTY IMAGES)

A mix of the morning’s entertainment headlines...

Kat Von D and Jesse James have split — again. The “La Ink” star and James, best known as the former husband of Sandra Bullock, announced their engagement in January. Then broke up when Von D’s TLC show premiered. Then got back together again when it was cancelled. But now that neither of them have a show to promote, the pair is firmly not together. (Kat Von D Facebook)

Lady Gaga dedicated a performance of “Hair” to Jamey Rodemeyer, the bullied teen who committed suicide last week, at the iHeartRadio festival Saturday. The 14-year-old was an avowed little monster, the name given to Gaga superfans.

In the wake of Rodemeyer’s death, Gaga vowed to push to make bullying a crime and meet with President Obama. Indeed, Mama Monster attended a fundraiser for the president over the weekend. It’s not clear if she got to speak to the commander in chief about the issue. (E!; The 44)

127 Hours,” the James Franco-led film where (spoiler alert) a hiker gets stuck under a boulder and chops his own arm off, inspired one North Carolina man to hike the same trail. Like the film’s protagonist, Amos Wayne Richards didn’t tell anyone where he was going. The 64-year-old then fell 10 feet, broke his leg and was stranded for four days until he was rescued. (Vulture)

Another day, another set of leaked photos from the “Dark Knight Rises” set. (Just Jared)

Sly Stone is homeless and living in a van in Crenshaw, a Los Angeles neighborhood. (Page 6)

Find out which TV actress is a new mom, after the jump.

“Ugly Betty” actress Ana Ortiz gave birth to a baby boy, Rafael, over the weekend. (Us Weekly)

The jury has been selected in the trial of Conrad Murray, the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson. The trial begins Tuesday. (CNN)

Drive” feels like a much different film when “Life is a Highway” is played during the trailer. (Buzzfeed)

Scarlett Johannsson talked to CNN about her loss of privacy in the wake of her nude photo leak: “Just because you're in the spotlight or just because you're an actor or makes films or whatever doesn't mean you're not entitled to your own personal privacy. I think no matter what the context, if that is sieged in some way, it feels unjust. It feels wrong.” (Zap2It)

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