Charlie Sheen isn't like most working class people. The Two and A Half Men star gets to binge for 36 hours in Las Vegas, blow off the office and still have a job.
Wow, JWoww! Jenni Farley is not only taking her hit ensemble show Jersey Shore global -- the housemates will travel to Italy for Season 4 -- but is now a published author.
Javier Bardem's A-list cheering section -- Sean Penn, Julia Roberts, Ryan Gosling and writer-director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu -- must have been thrilled by his Best Actor nomination for his ...
FLAVOR FLAV: The rapper/reality star opened up Flav's Fried Chicken, in Iowa. I'd rather watch him reunite with Brigitte Nielsen than eat there.
The network that built its reputation on recycling vintage sitcoms is now recycling vintage TV and film stars. Such veteran actors as Betty White, George Segal and Jessica Walter are starri...
Charlie Sheen has voluntarily entered a rehabilitation center, a decision that is putting his top-rated CBS sitcom on production hiatus.
Anyone who encounters Pablo Francisco knows immediately that he's one of those comedians who absolutely was born to do what he does. The man -- who's in town this weekend at Miami Improv -- is a...
Rapper/actor Nas was seen deep in conversation with publisher/promoter/proprietor Alan Roth Thursday night, first at Philippe then at Wall at the W South Beach. Rumor is Roth is putting together...
Padma Lakshmi is reportedly upset that her custody battle with her daughter's father, Adam Dell, is public knowledge.
John Walsh wants to go global. The longtime host of America's Most Wanted, 65, was at the National Association of Television Programming Executives this week to talk up the idea for a new show...
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