Morning Buzz: Madonna and Guy Ritchie Divorcing?

The Mirror is reporting that Madonna and Guy Ritchie have prepared a statement announcing that their marriage is over and they are divorcing. According to the report, Madonna wanted to wait to announce their split until after her “Sticky & Sweet” tour had ended. But now sources say that they want their divorce finalized before Christmas, which would have been their eighth wedding anniversary. Guy Ritchie is reportedly moving his things out of their London home this week into their residence in Wiltshire.

People and E! report that Janet Jackson’s reps claim that the singer was suffering from vestibular migraines (or migraines that cause vertigo) which forced her to cancel and postpone shows on her Rock Witchu tour. “[Janet is] a world-class entertainer and needs to be at the top of her game to give her fans the show they expect,” her manager said in a statement. “She’s feeling much better and is ready to hit the road again.” Jackson is expected to resume her tour in Washington, DC tonight. Page Six has a conflicting report that states Jackson is considering cancelling the DC show, as well as upcoming shows in Atlanta and New Jersey.

TMZ reports that Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Khloe Kardashian will reportedly have to visit a Los Angeles morgue this morning to view bodies, in keeping with her parole agreement stemming from her DUI conviction. Kardashian reportedly flew from NYC to LA on the red-eye to keep today’s appointment.

E! reports that celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito was eliminated from Dancing with the Stars last night. DiSpirito failed to wow the judges with a samba-influenced dance. DiSpirito’s mother Nicolina was on hand and about her Rocco said “You should miss [my mother] more than me. Frankly she’s far more interesting. She’s probably a better dancer, too.”

Variety reports that a sequel to Oliver Stone’s 1987 film Wall Street is in the works. Michael Douglas, who won an Oscar for his famous portrayal of corporate raider Gordon Gekko, is reportedly unattached so far though the story would revolve around his character getting out of jail.