Entertainment: 2010's top stories
If 2009 was the year of celebrity deaths - Michael Jackson, Farrah Fawcett and Patrick Swayze - then 2010 was marked by Hollywood bust-ups.
Some of the industry's more solid couples were among the long list that parted ways during 2010, including Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes, Tiger woods and Elin Nordegren, Courtney Cox and David Arquette, Sandra Bullock and Jesse James and Eva Longoria and Tony Parker.
But for Stuff readers the biggest story of the year was the scandal surrounding broadcaster Paul Henry.
The controversial broadcaster, who famously called Susan Boyle a retard, was initially suspended by TVNZ after saying Governor-General Sir Anand Satyanand didn't look or sound like a real New Zealander.
The remark followed closely on the heels of the Breakfast star's comments about Indian minister Sheila Dikshit's last name, which sparked a diplomatic incident. The controversy ended with his resignation from TVNZ in October.
The third most viewed Stuff Entertainment story surrounded his occasional Breakfast co-presenter, Alison Mau.
Mau, who split from her husband, news reader Simon Dallow, earlier last year, hit out at a gossip magazine who she says hired a "creepy" paparazzi photographer to stalk her as rumours flew she was in a relationship with another woman. Mau later confirmed that she was in a same-sex relationship with Karleen Edmonds.
Stuff's second-biggest entertainment read was the scandal surrounding the release of a nude photo of Australian model Lara Bingle by AFL footballer Brendan Fevola to Australia's Woman's Day in March.
Bingle went on to sue Fevola for leaking the image, which had reportedly been circulating in football circles for years. But it later emerged that Bingle and her agent Max Markson had sold her story relating the nude photo to the same magazine for nearly A$200,000.
Canadian comic actor Leslie Nielsen, star of The Naked Gun, died age 84.