Sarah Silverman: “I Will Never Get Married”

She’s worn a bunch of different hats throughout her career, however there’s one role Sarah Silverman isn’t looking to play- wedded wife.

Despite reports that she’s engaged to boyfriend Michael Sheen, the 43-year-old comedienne says there are no wedding bells in her future.

Sarah tweeted, “Just read that I wanna get married which is hilarious b/c I will never get married. Why would I want the govt involved in my love life? Ew. It’s barbaric.”

“That sh*t never bothers me b/c who cares but I feel like this one is bigoted. The Jew girl MUST want a RING! Yich,” added Silverman.

Sarah’s sentiments are similar to what she told Playboy magazine back in 2010- “It’s just not for me. I’m a vegetarian, but I don’t have a problem if you want a hamburger. Marriage, to me, is like eating meat. I think it’s gross and f*cking crazy. It’s this superbarbaric, old-timey tradition that no one remembers we don’t have to do anymore. I really do believe in love. I’ve experienced it, I’ve had it, so I know it’s real.”

Diane Kruger Honored with a French Official of the Order of Arts and Letters Insignia

Receiving a very special honor, Diane Kruger brought her boyfriend Joshua Jackson to the Ministrere of Culture in Paris, France on Monday (September 22).

The “National Treasure” beauty was recognized by the French minister of Culture and Communications Fleur Pellerin with the insignia of Official of the Order of Arts and Letters, while her proud beau watched by her side.

In related news, Diane recently received her star on the German walk of fame, adding yet another accolade to her impressive resume.

Miss Kruger’s star marked the re-opening of the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the actress’ home country and she celebrated with Joshua later that evening.

Alicia Keys Bares Baby Belly for Peace

Over the weekend, Alicia Keys chose to strip down in honor of a special cause.

The pregnant singer posted a nude Instagram photo on Saturday (September 20) showing off a white peace sign on her baby belly in honor of the We Are Here movement.

“It’s you and me on a mission to create a kinder and more peaceful world,” Alicia wrote along with the photo. “The #WeAreHere Movement begins today.”

In addition, the “Girl on Fire” beauty spoke in NYC during the Social Good Summit and announced plans for the new cause, which is dedicated to supporting social justice issues including gun control and equal rights.

“As I prepare to give birth to my new child, I can’t help but think what world I’m bringing the baby into. We see the state of the world today and we can all feel the frustration and the desire to do something to make it better,” Keys explained.

“We all want to do something but oftentimes we don’t feel empowered. That is why I created ‘We Are Here.’ Because it’s not about me. It’s about we.”

After her speech, Alicia donated $1 million to the cause and asked her fans to donate too. “I want all of us to take the ‘We Are Here’ peace pledge to support this great work.”

Jessica Chastain Checks in at “Salome and Wilde Salome” London Premiere

Taking care of some promotional duties, Jessica Chastain showed up at BFI Southbank in London for the premiere of “Salome and Wilde Salome” on Sunday (September 21).

Joined by her handsome boyfriend Gian Luca Passi De Preposulo, the crimson-haired “Help” actress definitely flashed plenty of flesh in a cleavage bearing yellow gown.

And though she’s clearly in love with her man, that doesn’t necessarily mean that Jessica wants to blab all about it to the press.

She explained, “Seeing all these interviews with actors talking about ‘loves of their lives’ and then they break up in a year and you’re thinking, ‘What if something happens and they end up being a total jerk?’ Then you forever have these pictures of you standing on the red carpets together.”

“Friends” Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Premiere Date

Twenty years ago, Ross, Rachel, Phoebe, Joey, Monica and Chandler became one of the most beloved ensembles of all time. Today (September 22), stars and fans are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the “Friends” premiere.

To celebrate the special day, Warner Bros. put together a 236-second video highlighting the show’s 236 episodes, properly titling it, “The One With 236 Seconds.”

Each member of the Central Perk regulars gets their moment in the spotlight in the video, which includes many of the show’s most memorable moments and signature catch-phrases.

The clip begins just as the show did on September 22, 1994: With Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green in her wedding dress. Courteney Cox is seen as Monica Gellar in her famous “seven” scene. Of course, Ross ( David Schwimmer) and Rachel’s on-again, off-again relationship was honored with Ross repeatedly saying, “We were on a break!”

Would it BE a “Friends” anniversary without Chandler Bing ( Matthew Perry) uttering his famous words? Of course, his buddy Joey Tribbiani ( Matt LeBlanc) is also seen using his signature pick-up-line, “How you doin’?” To top off the video is Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay singing her hit song, “Smelly Cat.”

And, Oh. My. God., even the notorious Janice (Maggie Wheeler) makes an appearance. Get ready to clap your hands and watch “The One With 236 Seconds” video! Happy Anniversary, “Friends!”

Leonardo, Eva & Seth: Clinton Global Citizen Awards Fun

Rounding out the weekend with a high-profile event, a host of hot celebrities checked in at the 8th Annual Clinton Global Citizen Awards in New York City last night (September 21).

Former President Bill Clinton, his wife Hillary and their pregnant daughter Chelsea welcomed stars like Eva Longoria and Seth Meyers to the stage at Sheraton Times Square.

Meanwhile, Leonardo DiCaprio stepped up to the podium to deliver a passionate speech about the “real and terrifying crisis” known as climate change.

The “Titanic” stud explained, “Climate change is compromising the very livability of our planet. Less than three percent of all philanthropic giving goes toward protecting and preserving our environment. Together we can find ways to scale up funding and create intelligent partnerships. By protecting our oceans and our wild lands we allow species to recover, local communities to thrive and ultimately maintain a stable climate for all life on Earth.”