Is Scarlett jealous of Ryan’s gal pal Blake?

Getty Images file photoScarlett Johansson is reportedly realizing that her ex-husband Ryan Reynolds was “a great catch.”

Getty Images file photoScarlett Johansson is reportedly realizing that her ex-husband Ryan Reynolds was “a great catch.”

“Scarlett is pissed that he’s not under her spell anymore,” a source dishes. “She realized what a great catch Ryan was.”

But evidently their chances of reconciliation ended long before his romance with Blake — when ScarJo got hot and heavy with Sean Penn shortly after the breakup.

“Ryan would have gotten back with her. He was so totally in love,” recalls the source. “But then she flaunted Sean right after their split, and he was done.”

That relationship fizzled after five months, and now it’s Ryan who looks to have found real love.

“Things are great [for Blake and Ryan],” the insider enthuses. “They haven’t had a fight yet!”

They’re reportedly looking for apartments together in New York City, so let’s see if they keep up that streak!

Brooke busted

Charlie Sheen has been doing a remarkably good job keeping out of trouble lately, but his ex-wife has been arrested on drug and assault charges.

Brooke Mueller was busted in Aspen, Colo., in the wee hours of Saturday morning on charges of felony cocaine possession, along with a misdemeanor assault charge for an alleged altercation with a woman, TMZ reported.

A local station reported that police were doing a routine check of a bar when a woman said she had been assaulted by Brooke, who was soon arrested at another nearby bar. She was released on $11,000 bail.

Brooke is no stranger to drug troubles; she has done multiple stints in rehab. But evidently the struggle continues.

We can’t help but worry about her young twins, Bob and Max. It can’t be a good thing that Charlie Sheen is actually the more stable of their parents at this point.

Rihanna in trouble?

Is Rihanna’s drinking out of control? According to Star magazine, the “We Found Love” singer was hospitalized in Sweden on Halloween and had a backstage freakout in Ireland last week, prompting friends such as Katy Perry and Russell Brand to fear for RiRi’s well-being.

“Katy begged Rihanna to take some time off and get therapy,” a source reportedly confided. “Rihanna’s been running on empty. And rather than resting, she’s drinking and clubbing until the early hours of the morning. She calls Katy in tears, saying how down she is.”

According to the U.K.’s Mirror, label suits have given her a curfew and want her supervised around the clock.

“She’s filming her ‘Loud’ tour DVD in December and her team is determined that she looks, acts and performs at her best,” a source revealed. “They are currently in talks with Mariah Carey’s trainer, Patricia Gay, to fly in and start training.”

But wait — isn’t that exactly the kind of pressure that someone “running on empty” doesn’t need?

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