Charlie Sheen (45) is temporary custody of his youngest sons lost, would have after he threatened his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, to kill him. The actor must take at least 100 feet away from his ex, so certain a judge in Los Angeles Tuesday, after a ban of access was requested.
According to TMZ came later that day a number of agents along at the home of Charlie in Beverly Hills to twins Max and Bob away as a result of the decision of the Court to the guardianship of the tv star temporarily to take off. Brooke Mueller made the step to the right after that, the Two and a Half...
Rihanna (22) is sued by the famous photographer David LaChapelle says Entertainment Weekly. LaChapelle has a case against the pop star instituted because of the unlawful use of his images in her new video for the song S & M.
In the indictment reads that ' the video clip is directly derived from and is virtually identical with the work of David LaChapelle. ' It is further argued that there is a total of eight images from the work of LaChapelle's are met, each of which ' the composition, feeling, mood, tone, theme, color, props, décor, clothing, exposure, and the...
Billy Ray Cyrus (49) gives the Disney original series, Hannah Montana blame his daughters problems. The father of Miley Cyrus (18) even goes so far as to say that ' those damn show their family has been destroyed. '
The country singer gives a pithy interview in the March issue of GQ magazine in which he the press agents and supervisors of Miley blame and says that he would like Hannah Montana never happened. "I find it annoying to have to say, but yes. I would undo it so if it could, "says Billy Ray, who is currently in separation lies with Miley's mother, Tisch.
Natalie Portman (29) has spoken out against John Galliano (50), after in the last few days, a video has surfaced of him which he can see while he shocking anti-Semitic statements does. The Oscar winner, who is the face of a Dior Miss Dior Cherie perfume, has issued a statement in which they completely away from the designer. "I am deeply shocked and disgusted of this video. In the context of this movie and as an individual who is proud to be Jewish, I in no way more have something to do with Mr. Galliano. "
Christina Aguilera (30) looks increasingly unhinged. The singer would in the night from Monday to Tuesday along with her boyfriend Matthew Rutler (25) are arrested by the police in West Hollywood, so reports TMZ Tuesday.
The pop star has been arrested for public drunkenness and her boyfriend was arrested for driving under the influence. According to the police had to identify the agents that Christina was ' extremely intoxicated "and because they no longer could care for themselves, they decided to charge her in.
Record for last Hannah Montana
The last broadcast of the tv series Hannah Montana pulled into the United States a record number of viewers. 6.2 million Americans saw how Miley Cyrus last played pop idol Hannah Montana
Four seasons played Miley Cyrus the role of teen idol Hannah Montana. By day she is a regular girl, but at night transforms them into a pop star. In the last episode they must choose between further study or play in a film. This last episode attracted nine times as many viewers as normal and is even the best viewed episode of a series on the Disney Channel...
Missing the hotness that is Matt Dallas? He may be coming up in "Eastwick," a new ABC pilot.
Based on "The Witches of Eastwick," the hit movie and the book by literary lion John Updike, "Eastwick" is about "three women drawn together by a mysterious man who evokes unique and magical superpowers."
Cool! But Matt Dallas is the one who's got us under his spell.
Matt plays Chad, a totally hot guy who's having an affair with an older woman named Roxie. He wants a bigger role in Roxie's life, but he faces some serious competition from a suave gentleman...
DAVIE, Florida (CNN) -- It's 7 p.m. Homework is done, and cheerleading practice is over.
Miley Cyrus plays the popular Hannah Montana on a hit Disney Channel show.
Sisters Cara and Casey Von Minden, and their cousin, Amanda Flaherty, are more than comfortable on their couch in Davie, Florida. They're doing what millions of tweens across America are doing -- they're watching, "Hannah Montana."
"We didn't miss, like, any episodes of her, unless something really big was happening," said Cara, 12.
The complaint from many audiences and critics about the Farrelly brothers is that they've gotten soft since their raunchy, R-rated 1998 hit "There's Something About Mary," making the PG-13 comedies "Stuck on You" (2003) and "Fever Pitch" (2005), which were soft and cuddly by Farrelly standards.
But their latest film, "The Heartbreak Kid," not only reunites them with "Mary" star Ben Stiller, it also restores — and arguably ups — the raunchiness.
So much so, in fact, that it becomes exceedingly uncomfortable and grotesque.