American Idol ended its night of giving by taking away a contestant. That's right, after a night of A-list performances, bad comedy bits and some moving telethon-worthy packages about the work being done by charities stateside and abroad, one more Idol hopeful's dream ended. So, who turned out to help Idol's cause? And which singer said goodbye?
Andrea Gross, the mother of DJ AM, has filed a wrongful death claim against Learjet and others involved in the late celebrity DJ's September 2008 plane crash, according to court documents obtained by People.
Gross added the new claim to the previous $20 million...
Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein was buried in a private ceremony for family and close friends, with guests including Travis Barker.
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The Blink-182 drummer attended the small service on Wednesday — six days after the celebrity DJ's death — which began shortly after 3 p.m./PT at Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary in L.A., according to Us.
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Is the third time the, uh, charm? Robin Wright Penn has reportedly filed for divorce from Sean Penn, marking the third time in nearly two years the couple has split up. (TVGuide.com's calls to the couple's rep were not immediately returned.) But the Penns aren't the only stars with divided hearts. Check out these other celebrity couples who break up to make up to break up to — you get the picture.
Finding romance on television is hard, but holding onto it on television is even more difficult. Look no further than Kim Kardashian and Kris Humprhies divorcing after 72 days — yes, days — of marriage. Are we shocked? Hardly. After all, he didn't even know she was previously married until, like, five months ago. And they're not the only (soon-to-be) divorced reality-TV couple. Check out our roundup of the small-screen lovebirds who didn't have a happy ending.