Back to Article 2011's celebrity breakups: Who came out on top? Year in review Passings: Some of the bright lights that went out in 2011 Add to ... BRAD WHEELER The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, Dec. 17 2011, 12:01 AM EST Last updated Monday, Dec. 19 2011, 6:32 PM EST Brad Wheeler lists some of the people we loved and lost Next Prev See more galleries Inside the National Arts Centre's planned makeover Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week Mixed-use project in Ottawa meets cultural tourism Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week In Pictures: Toronto's Field Trip Festival Heritage schools repurposed for arts, culture and the public Comments AA More related to this story Pop's crop of new moms The Wattage Meter 2011: Who shone brightest, and who burned out Tiger’s blood, anyone? Pop’s favourite terms in 2011 More related to this story Celebrity scandal roundup: the year in insults, gaffes, and verbal miscues 2011's celebrity breakups: Who came out on top? Kate, Will, Kim, and Kris: A tale of two weddings webamyhoriz.jpg webamywinehouse.jpg web Gil Scott-Heron.jpg webjohnneville.jpg webliztaylor.jpg websidney.jpg Year in Review Read more from The Globe's look back at 2011 In the know Theatre You know Molly Parker from House of Cards. Now catch her in a play Life The strong, skinny type: Today’s male body ideal is more than just being fit Report on Business The one time it makes sense to borrow to invest Life Sick of the cold? 5 ways to beat the winter blues Most popular videos » News 'America's Next Top Model' contestant murdered in triple homicide News Bombardier CS300 takes first flight Arts Geddy Lee recalls attending Cream concert at famed Massey Hall Life The battle over 'monster homes' in Vancouver News What students really think about Ontario's sex-ed curriculum Arts Leonard Nimoy's most memorable Mr. Spock moments Report on Business Little-known RRSP tricks and traps Life Baby gorilla melts hearts at Chicago zoo Report on Business The smart RRSP strategy almost no one uses Report on Business What's next for Bay St. player Michael Wekerle? News Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov gunned down in Moscow Technology NASA video shows how dust from Sahara Desert fuels Amazon rain forest ◀ ● ● ● ▶ Highlights Report on Business How the oil slump could actually benefit B-schools Globe Investor Retirement anxiety: Even the secure have questions More from The Globe and Mail Report on Business Capital markets still showing signs of life despite oil patch woes Arts I lost at the Canadian Screen Awards. And maybe that’s not so bad after all Most popular Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov shot dead in Moscow University of Toronto instructor and speaker boosts ‘alternative vaccines’ The strong, skinny type: Today’s male body ideal is more than just being fit University of Toronto teaching assistants reject deal, go on strike Veterans must verify lost limbs every three years, Ottawa says More Top Stories Horoscopes February 28: Your daily horoscope Alberta Low oil price doesn’t change Canada’s westward shift, France says Hockey Halak stops 26 as Islanders outscore Flames National University of Toronto instructor and speaker boosts ‘alternative vaccines’ Retirement & RRSPs Income fund puts consistent cash in retirees' pockets Technology Cook says Apple Watch will replace car keys Video Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov gunned down in Moscow Leonard Nimoy's most memorable Mr. Spock moments Celebrity cars: What Canadian IndyCar star likes more about his Mini than his race car Meet the CEO who's made hiring employees with autism a priority Photos Giving Back: Disco-themed event raises money to help find a cure for leukemia In pictures: Upmarket bug snacks to creep into Thai store shelves Add to Watchlist Add to Watchlist We've run into a glitch. Please try again later. We've run into a glitch. Please try again later.