Ben Affleck's Drinking and Gambling May Have Caused His Divorce from Jennifer Garner + More Wednesday News

Plus, three of your favorite leading ladies are making a movie together.

The world is still recovering from the news that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are getting a divorce after 10 years of marriage. But now TMZ is reporting a potential reason sure to cause fountains of tears.

According to the website, Jennifer reached a breaking point with Ben's drinking and gambling, and that's why the couple is parting ways for good. However, Ben's sources insist the divorce has nothing to do with this, but it's just a case of two people who want to "live their lives differently." Who do you believe in this game of He Said, She Said? [TMZ]

  • Speaking of devastating news, you already know NeNe Leakes is leaving Real Housewives of Atlanta, but now she is suggesting that the program may not work without her. "I don't know if the show will survive without me," she said. "I hope so. … It will just have a little bit of a different tone without me there, for sure." [People]
  • Caitlyn Jenner is slaying again in another NYC sighting. She wore this beautiful blue dress to catch a Broadway show yesterday.
  • This shirtless Nick Jonas Instagram is all you need to see today. [Instagram]
  • Diddy's son Quincy says his father's recent UCLA arrest was a "hiccup" and that the family is supporting him 100 percent. [Associated Press]
  • Not surprising. Fox News analysts are saying Kendrick Lamar's BET Awards performance from Sunday "incites violence." [Pitchfork]
  • Sorry, guys. As it turns out, Kanye West doesn't totally dictate what Kim Kardashian wears. []
  • *Praise.* Dylan and Cole Sprouse pulled a switcheroo during their college graduation and received each others diplomas. [Teen Vogue]
  • Iggy Azalea insists that there is no beef between Britney Spears and her, despite some suspect tweets. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, and Kate Hudson are making a movie together. Yaaaas queens. [Us Weekly]
  • When is this going to end? A seventh South Carolina black church has gone up in flames. [CNN]