Keeping up-to-date with all the comings and goings in the celebrity world isn't a simple task. There is just so much gossip and intrigue, so many couples getting together and splitting apart and far too many great red carpet looks to stay on track with it all. 

That is, until we came along. With this weekly article, we are giving you a rundown of the headlines you might have missed and the ones you didn't know you wanted to read about. Without further ado, here are the celeb stories making waves this week. 

Fergie's National Anthem performance 

Black Eyed Peas' star, Fergie, courted controversy after a less than traditional performance at the NBA All-Star Game. The 'London Bridge' singer did come out and apologise for the performance, but that didn't stop many viewing it as the most trite version of the Star Spangled Banner since the Borat movie. 

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux Had ''Intense Issues'' 

Friends' actress, Jennifer Aniston, and her former partner Justin Theroux were struggling for a while before their break-up according to an insider, who told e Online: "They've been separated for two months now, but were having intense issues for about eight months." 

The source went on to say: "She really tried to make it work with him but the distance was a factor as he only wanted to live in N.Y.C. and there was no compromise with her... Their lifestyles were completely incompatible, and ultimately Justin decided to leave."

J-Law not being rude 

Jennifer Lawrence faced some criticism for telling Joanna Lumley that her introduction for her was a little much at the Baftas. However, there was more than meets to eye to the situation. 

The actress told Ronan Keating on his UK show: "Everybody thought that I was being rude. But to be fair, I couldn't have just walked out after she was like, 'biggest movie star in the world!!' I'd just walked out and gone 'thank you Joanna.' It would have been like, 'so you agree? You think you're really pretty!'"

Donations for March for Our Lives by Clooney and Winfrey 

Both George Clooney and Oprah Winfrey are doing their bit to try to end gun violence in the US. Both have pledged $500,000 towards the March for Our Lives protest, which is a movement organised by students from the school in Florida that recently had a large scale shooting. 

Oprah said: "George and Amal, I couldn't agree with you more. I am joining forces with you and will match your $500,000 donation to 'March For Our Lives.' These inspiring young people remind me of the Freedom Riders of the 60s who also said we've had ENOUGH and our voices will be heard."The students will march through Washington DC on March 24th.