Always think before you tweet. New York Rep. Anthony Weiner learned that the hard way (no pun intended) this past week after accidentally tweeting lewd photos of himself, denying it before finally admitting it in a rambling and odd press conference Monday. But Weiner isn't the only public figure, let alone politico, to commit a Twitter faux pas. Behold nine other celeb tweeting gaffes.
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9. Meghan McCain's Twitt-ilating Photo
She was just going to read! In 2009, Sen. John McCain's daughter ...
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13. Best Day of the Week: Hard to believe, but Rebecca Black's ubiquitous "Friday" is a rip-off of another song — or so Conan O'Brien claims. In his Conan video blog, the funnyman reveals that he did a music video a few weeks ago called "Thursday" that is vaguely similar to Black's "Friday" clip, with shout-outs to cereal (Cap'n Crunch) and driving in cars (his beloved 1992 Ford Taurus). Not to be outdone, Coco manages to squeeze in his own ...
Charlie Sheen on on Jimmy Kimmel Live
As Jimmy Kimmel talked to Mark Cuban about going into business with Charlie Sheen, all of a sudden — there he was! Sheen ran on stage, getting raucous cheers and laying a big kiss on Kimmel.
Sheen pulled out T-shirts, some that said "Winning" and others with a cat stating, "I have tiger's blood."
Charlie Sheen and billionaire Mark Cuban in talks to produce show
Two and a Half Men is done with Charlie Sheen.
As the very public meltdown of Sheen continues to unfold, the powers that be behind TV's top-rated sitcom have decided that the actor has done irreparable harm to the show. As a result, CBS, Warner Bros. TV and executive producer Chuck Lorre announced Monday that they were pulling the plug on the actor for good.
The decision gives the network and studio more time to plot out a future without Sheen — if there is a future at all. Firing Sheen rather than canceling Two and a Half Men opens up the possibility of...
Charlie Sheen may have found a new business partner in billionaire Mark Cuban.
According to ESPN, the owner of NBA's Dallas Mavericks is talking with Sheen about developing a program for HDNet, which Cuban owns.
Entourage's season finale featured almost as much star wattage as the MTV VMAs, airing at the same time as Sunday's episode. Eminem, Minka Kelly, Ryan Howard, Drew Brees, Mark Cuban and Christina Aguilera all stopped in to help set up the series for its final season.
Eminem thrives at VMAs ... then leaves
But as Jump the Shark fans well know, guest stars can be a sign of strength or weakness.
The Securities and Exchanges Commission charged Dallas Mavericks owner and former Dancing with the Stars contestant Mark Cuban with insider trading after he allegedly used confidential information to avoid more than $750,000 in losses.
In a civil lawsuit filed in a Dallas federal court, the SEC alleged that ...
Helio Castroneves and Julianne Hough by Carol Kaelson/ABC
I dont know about you, but I got my wish Tuesday night. Boiled down to three words: Anyone. But. Marie. Seriously folks, if Dancing with the Stars trophy had gone to Marie Osmond the underdog or rather, underdoll, as I like to think of her after Mondays bizarre freestyle nondance that would have been better suited for the Island of Misfit Toys I might even have joined the legions of disgruntled fans who tend to declare "Im never watching again" after each cycle when their favorite doesnt win.And then, of course, they return the following season, because once hooked on this deliriously entertaining reality contest, few can resist the spectacle of watching B-list celebs put on their dancing shoes with varying degrees of nerve, style and success. New stars tend to emerge from this process, and few have blazed with such effortless charm than the eventual winner, Helio Castroneves, whom Id bet very few outside of my Indy-500-obsessed fami...
Mario Lopez by Steve Granitz/WireImage.com
According to the New York Post, Mark Cuban wants his fellow former hoofer to put up his dukes. "We're talking to Mario [Lopez]... to put together a celebrity mixed-martial-arts program where celebs beat the heck out of each other," says the moneybags Dancing with the Stars reject. Cuban's even willing to trade a few blows himself, with nemesis Donald Trump. "Donald always picks on people, and a lot of them aren't in a position to stand up to him," Cuban notes. "When I stand up to him, I am standing up for all the people who are afraid to. He's all show and no go." Ben Katner
Will Sabrina keep her momentum going tonight? Sabrina Bryan, Mark Ballas by Carol Kaelson/ABC
All those billions will no doubt help Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban rebound from getting benched last week, but his anticipated exit should finally get this season's schadenfreude out of the way, too. In addition, it's probably no coincidence that the show waits until the less-talented dancers are eliminated to unleash the first group dance, because otherwise it might turn into an exercise of cat herding. Joe Friedrich