Arnold Schwarzenegger may be moving on.
The former governor was seen having dinner with a hot mystery blonde in Santa Monica over the weekend, according to TMZ.
Schwarzenegger and the much-younger-looking lady seemed to be having a good time, dining at Babalu restaurant on trendy Montana Avenue.
So much for that whole "I want-my-wife-back" deal.
Although Maria Shriver filed for divorce in 2011, Schwarzenegger told a German newspaper last month he was still in love with Shriver and hoping to reconcile.
Maybe the blond was a marriage counselor and they were devising a strategy.
JANET JACKSON GOT MARRIED IN SECRET: Janet Jackson got married. And we didn't get invited.
Pretty much no one did.
The 46-year-old singer-actress confirmed to "Entertainment Tonight" that she and billionaire beau Wissam Al Mana were married in 2012.
"The rumors regarding an extravagant wedding are simply not true," the couple said in a joint statement. "Last year we were married in a quiet, private, and beautiful ceremony."
Jackson tweeted a solo holiday card amid engagement rumors
"Our wedding gifts to one another were contributions to our respective favorite children's charities," they added. "We would appreciate that our privacy is respected and that we are allowed this time for celebration and joy. With love, Wissam and Janet."
Do you think they really mean that, the "love" part?
This is the third marriage for Jackson, who was married to James DeBarge (1984) and René Elizondo Jr. (from 1991 to 2000). That last marriage was also secret for some time before the media found out.
KIM KARDASHIAN HAVING A GIRL: Kim Kardashian is having a girl.
Somewhere, Kris Jenner huddles with doctors, trying to figure out how to get a fetus to sign a contract.
"They're over the moon!" a source close to the first-time parents-to-be told Us Weekly. "Kanye always wanted a girl."
Does anyone under 90 really say "over the moon" anymore? That can't be real.
Kardashian, 32, and West, 35, began dating in April 2012 and announced they were expecting on Dec. 30.
And they're already talking about the child's fashion.
"If anyone knows Kanye, they just know how into fashion he is, and I think he's going to have things specially made," Kardashian said in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel in January. "So I don't think hand-me-downs are going to work."
"He is so excited," she gushed. "It's really cute how excited he is."
What's cute is how all these big, tough rappers cash their first few paychecks and become fashion moguls.
And, because we all care, know that Kardashian is taking good care of her pregnant body.
"I used to always say I can't wait to get pregnant because I will just eat whatever I want, but it's completely different," she told the spring issue of Du Jour magazine. "I'm like, OK, I want to eat as healthy as possible. Though lately I've been watching shows like "I'm Pregnant and Addicted to Meth." It definitely makes me feel better if I'm wanting one sip of Diet Coke or, you know, too much sugar. I'm like, 'This woman is on meth.'"
They really have a show called "I'm Pregnant and on Meth?" Seriously? And I though "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" was bad.
The next Kardashian is due in July.
ANDY SAMBERG ENGAGED: Andy Samberg is engaged.
Oh, sorry -- to be married. It's not like he's talking on the phone or otherwise busy.
The former "Saturday Night Live" comic and Berkeley native proposed to Bay Area singer-songwriter Joanna Newsom, whom he has been dating for five years, Samberg's rep told People.com.
The pair attended the Independent Spirit Awards together on Saturday, which Samberg hosted.
SIMON COWELL AND CARMEN ELECTRA SPLIT: Shockingly, Simon Cowell and Carmen Electra won't spend eternity together.
Cowell confirmed he and Electra have split up.
I had Jan. 20 in the office pool, so they probably did better than many expected.
The couple announced their romance in December, but haven't been photographed together much since then.
"I'm now a single man. We spent time together and she is so much fun," Cowell told Sunday People of Electra, 40, according to the Daily Mail, "But I'd like to find a girlfriend ... I'm happy, but I'd like to find a girlfriend."
Hey -- Britney Spears is single.
According to the Huffington Post, 53-year-old Cowell said he likes British women, but doesn't have any particular target in mind. Then again, he said he's not looking for something serious.
"She's not my girlfriend. We're people who date," the "X Factor" mentor told Ryan Seacrest about his relationship with Electra. "She's adorable, isn't she?"
"Adorable" isn't necessarily an adjective some of us would use for Carmen Electra.
Cowell's last relationship prior to Electra was with makeup artist Mezhgan Hussainy. The pair ended their engagement last year.
FEBRUARY 26 IN HISTORY
Tuesday is Feb. 26, the 57th day of 2013. There are 308 days left in the year.
1815: Napoleon Bonaparte escaped from exile on the Island of Elba.
1870: An experimental air-driven subway, the Beach Pneumatic Transit, opened in New York City for public demonstrations.
1913: "Brillo," described as an "aluminum-cleanser," was registered for trademark by Philip J. Brady of New York (the trademark was issued in Sept. 1913).
1919: President Woodrow Wilson signed a measure establishing Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.
1929: President Calvin Coolidge signed a measure establishing Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
1940: The United States Air Defense Command was created.
1945: Authorities ordered a midnight curfew at night clubs, bars and other places of entertainment across the nation.
1952: Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced that Britain had developed its own atomic bomb.
1962: After becoming the first American to orbit the Earth, astronaut John Glenn told a joint meeting of Congress, "Exploration and the pursuit of knowledge have always paid dividends in the long run."
1970: National Public Radio was incorporated.
1987: The Tower Commission, which had probed the Iran-Contra affair, issued its report, which rebuked President Ronald Reagan for failing to control his national security staff.
1993: A truck bomb built by terrorists exploded in the parking garage of New York's World Trade Center, killing six people and injuring more than 1,000 others.
1998: A jury in Amarillo, Texas, rejected an $11 million lawsuit brought by Texas cattlemen who blamed Oprah Winfrey's talk show for a price fall after a segment on food safety that included a discussion about mad-cow disease.
2003: President George W. Bush, offering new justification for war in Iraq, told a think tank that "ending this direct and growing threat" from Saddam Hussein would pave the way for peace in the Middle East and encourage democracy throughout the Arab world. In a victory for abortion foes, the Supreme Court ruled 8-1 that federal racketeering and extortion laws had been wrongly used to try to stop blockades, harassment and violent protests outside clinics.
2008: A power failure later blamed primarily on human error resulted in sporadic outages across large parts of Florida. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, visiting Beijing, won a verbal assurance from Chinese officials to use their influence to jump-start the stalled process of dismantling North Korea's nuclear programs. The New York Philharmonic, led by Lorin Maazel, performed a historic concert in North Korea before the communist nation's elite.
2012: In a case that drew national attention, Trayon Martin, 17, was shot to death in Sanford, Fla., during an altercation with neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, who said he'd acted in self-defense. (Zimmerman is awaiting trial on a charge of second-degree murder.) The black-and-white silent film "The Artist" won best picture at the Academy Awards, as well as best actor for Jean Dujardin and two other prizes; Meryl Streep won best actress for "The Iron Lady."
Singer Fats Domino (85), singer Mitch Ryder (68), rock musician Jonathan Cain (Journey) (63), singer Michael Bolton (60), rock musician Tim Commerford (Audioslave) (45), singer Erykah Badu (42), Olympic gold medal swimmer Jenny Thompson (40), actress Taylor Dooley (20).