Donald J. Trump, Bill Maher
Donald Trump said Monday that he plans to sue Bill Maher to the tune of $5 million for a joke the comedian made at Trump's expense during a January appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Angus T. Jones
Executives at Warner Bros. TV and CBS didn't see this one coming. Nor did Two and a Half Men boss Chuck Lorre. As a matter of fact, no one did.
Angus T. Jones, who has played Men's Jake Harper since 2003, had always been a mild-mannered young star who mostly avoided press and shunned the limelight. So when a video emerged on YouTube of the 19-year-old actor saying, "If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop. I'm on Two and a Half Men and I don't want to be on it. Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth," it stunned everyone — and became a major news story.
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Election season may have wound down with Tuesday night's re-election of Barack Obama, but the influx of political tweets is far from over. (At its surge there were more than 327,000 tweets per minute!) From commenting on Diane Sawyer's coverage to Ohio determining the outcome and, of course, an angry Donald Trump, here are the top election tweets of the night.
Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama
Last week's binders are this week's horses and bayonets.
President Barack Obama's sarcastic knock of Governor Mitt Romney's views on the military budget — saying the military has fewer "horses and bayonets" and Navy ships than it previously did because of changing needs — was the most tweeted-about topic of last night's third and final presidential debate.
The debate overall generated 6.5 million tweets, according to official Twitter statistics — the lowest number of all three debates. The "horses and bayonets" comment alone sparked more than 105,000 tweets and also immediately spawned a parody account, @horsesbayonette.
Here's a breakdown of the 20 best celebrity tweets on the debate:
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama
In this election cycle, the Monday morning quarterbacking that takes place after major political events consists less of determining a winner than it does exploring what new Internet memes were birthed.
Nowhere has that been more evident than after Tuesday's debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney — the second of three verbal contests between the two presidential candidates before the election on Nov. 6. (The final debate will be held next Monday, Oct. 22).
When Romney opted to use the unfortunate wording "binders full of women" to illustrate his efforts to create a diversified Cabinet when he was governor of Massachusetts, the Internet latched onto the phrase faster than Felix Baumgartner plummeted to earth earlier this week. By the time the debate was even over, Romney's description had spawned a Facebook page (which had more than 275,000 "Likes" by mid-morning on Wednesday), a Twitter handle and, perhaps best of all, the website bindersfullofwomen.tumblr.com, which features parody photos of everything from Paula Deen riding on a binder to Romney and Paul Ryan holding Carly Rae Jepsen hostage in a file folder.
Bret Michaels, Gary Busey
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NeNe Leakes has no interest in returning to Donald Trump's boardroom for NBC's planned all-stars edition of The Celebrity Apprentice.
"It was hard as hell — a grueling-ass schedule," says Leakes, who will now juggle her Real Housewives of Atlanta duties with roles on Glee and NBC's new comedy The New Normal. "You work every single day except for Sunday from sunup to sundown. You're locked into a war room and you have to give up your cell phone, your iPad, your laptop, everything. It's a tough show. I can't do it again!"
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