Morning Links: Jennifer Lopez’s Onstage Breakdown, Madonna’s Homeless Brother

● Jennifer Lopez fled the stage, teary and lovelorn, after an emotional performance of “If You Had My Love,” before which she’d told the audience it was “the first” song she ever wrote about love. “A lot has changed since then,” she added. [Radar] ● Six years after their infamous 2005 Xenu-slaying episode, “Trapped In The Closet,” South Park‘s Trey Parker and Matt Stone (and their friends and family) have begun to feel the heat of an extensive Scientology sting. [VV] ● Christina Milian and The-Dream are now and finally officially divorced. That Alexander McQueen riding-pant tux Terrius wore to say “I do,” though, is forever. [TMZ]

● One of Madonna’s older brothers says that his “multibazillionarie” sister has turner her back on him, leaving him homeless and living under a bridge in Traverse City, Michigan. [Gawker] ● It seems safe to say that Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are very much a thing. [People] ● Paranormal Activity 3 — which cost all of $5 million to make — has chalked up the biggest horror opening ever, drawing $54 million in its first weekend in theaters. [Deadline]

Exclusive Video: ‘Catfish’ Directors Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman on Their Adventures in Filmmaking

It’s been over a year since Catfish took Sundance by storm, setting off a debate about whether the harrowing events portrayed in the film are true. (Zach Galifianakis, for one, doesn’t buy it). Real or not, the film drew enough attention to turn its makers, Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost – together they are Supermarché, Inc. – into something resembling Hollywood players.

While they still live in New York (Schulman is roommates with Greta Gerwig), Hollywood came calling when the boys were offered the reigns to Paranormal Activity 3, the next installment of the horror mega-franchise. From our friends over at the Creators Project, here’s an exclusive video of Joost and Schulman sharing some of their more memorable misadventures in moviemaking.