Shock-rocker Marilyn Manson is probably the last person that comes to mind when you think about Catherine Zeta-Jones. Both are extremely successful in their own lines of work, but it's unlikely that Marilyn will settle down for a quiet evening in front of Chicago. Likewise, there's little chance of Catherine ever popping Antichrist Superstar onto her MP3 player. Digital Spy charts a course from Marilyn to Catherine through Six Degrees Of Separation… with the aid of alcohol!
Marilyn Manson to... Guy Ritchie - Celebs have a tendency to lend their name to any old tat if it'll make them a few quid. Marilyn, though, seems to have put a bit of thought into his own potent product. The 'Beautiful People' singer recently launched his own brand of absinthe, cunningly called 'Mansinthe'. Guy Ritchie is also taking his love for liquor to a new level by developing his own expensive whisky.
Guy Ritchie to... Johnny Vaughan - With England not making the Euro 2008 tournament and the new football season a couple of months away, Guy's probably twiddling his thumbs waiting for his beloved Chelsea to resume hostilities with Manchester United. Another celebrity Chelsea supporter is none other than TV and radio personality Johnny Vaughan.
Johnny Vaughan to... Kelly Brook - Back when he was presenting The Big Breakfast, Johnny found himself co-hosting the show with Kelly Brook. Her tenure on the early morning Channel 4 show may have been short-lived, but that hasn't stopped her from forging a successful TV career or bagging her own high-profile leading man Billy Zane.
Kelly Brook to... Billy Zane - Are they on? Are they off? Does anyone actually know? These are the questions that the tabloids have spent the past few months trying to answer, to little avail. The couple met in 2004 on the set of castaway drama Three, but split earlier this year. Last we heard, the couple would decide on their future after a holiday in August.
Billy Zane to... Catherine Zeta-Jones - In 1996 Billy took the lead role as a purple action hero in the little-seen movie The Phantom. Though the film was a bit of a flop, it didn't sabotage the career of a young Catherine Zeta-Jones, who used it as a springboard to snag a role in the swashbuckler The Mask Of Zorro. And she hasn't looked back since!