Selena Gomez reportedly backed into another car in a 7-Eleven parking lot over the weekend, but it was only because the paparazzi were distracting her, she claims.
Sometimes partnerships just don't work out.
Janeane Garofalo, who was slated to star in Bravo's upcomingGirlfriends' Guide to Divorce, will exit the show midway through its first season, TVLine reports.
Natalie Zea has been tapped for the lead role in ABC's upcoming series Members Only, Deadline reports.
James Brady, who served as the White House Press Secretary under President Ronald Reagan and became an advocate for gun control, died Monday at the retirement community in Alexandria, Virginia where he lived with his wife, The Associated Press reports. He was 73.
Contract negotiations among the cast of The Big Bang Theory have reportedly been resolved, with stars Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco set to earn $1 million per episode for the next three seasons, Deadline reports. That matches the previously-unprecedented salaries set by the Friends cast in the show's last season.
Susan Sarandon's Manhattan apartment was burglarized over the weekend, People reports.
HBO executives famously passed on Mad Men when it was initially being shopped around, and apparently they weren't the only ones who were skeptical about the show's chances of success.
In an interview with the UK's Guardian, star Christina Hendricks reveals that her agency dropped her upon learning that she had signed on to the show.
Sia Furler is a married woman.
The Australian "Chandelier" singer wed filmmaker Erik Anders Lang at her home in Palm Springs, Florida on Saturday, Us Weekly reports.
The Wire star Anwan Glover was treated at a hospital after he was allegedly attacked at a D.C. nightclub, The Associated Press reports.
Jon Voight thinks that fellow actors Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz should keep their mouths shut about the situation in the Middle East.
After Bardem and Cruz signed a letter last week condemning Israel's attacks against Gaza, Voight penned a column in The Hollywood Reporter calling the couple "obviously ignorant" and warning that the letter could fan the flames of anti-Semitism.
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