Wyclef Jean has been released from the hospital after being treated for a gunshot wound to his hand, his spokesman told The Associated Press.
Jean, 41, was shot in the hand after 11 p.m. Saturday in....
Nelsan Ellis, Tina Fey
Vampires and comedy writers took top honors at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Award in New York Saturday.
HBO's supernatural hit True Blood won for Outstanding Drama Series. The show features numerous gay characters — some are human (Nelsan Ellis' Lafayette) and others are vampires, like Russell Edgington, the vampire king of Mississippi. Denis O'Hare, who plays Russell, was on hand to accept the award.
What has contributed to Robert Pattinson's film success? It's got to be the hair.
In an interview with MTV, the Twilight star gamely discusses the evolution of his scene-stealing locks, ranging from the so-called "Wavy Forest" and "The Cullen Pouf" to the "Windswept What the F---" and "Controlled Chaos." He admits that he's partial to the "forest thing" and even recalls walking the red carpet for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in 2007.
Jennifer Lopez's new song, "Invading My Mind," has invaded the Internet.
The American Idol judge's new track has leaked online The song, from her upcoming Island Def Jam album "Love?," follows "On the Floor," which features Pitbull. "Invading My Mind" is all about Lopez, though, and is a high energy, super-dance-y track.
Rebecca Black doesn't have to worry about any cyberbullying from Simon Cowell.
The X Factor creator counts himself as a fan of the 13-year-old YouTube sensation who's been drawing criticism for the viral hit "Friday," according to EW.
Heather Locklear won't have to dig deep for her next role. She'll be playing a famous actress.
The former Melrose Place star has landed a lead role in CBS' sitcom pilot, The Assistants, according to Deadline. She'll play Ali, a big-name actress whose emotional problems and insecurities may have led to her success.
A producer for Charlie Sheen's Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option tour is revealing details about the upcoming event.
Joey Scoleri says the 21-date tour will feature monologues that will range from "hysterically funny to dark to very thought provoking," E! reports. Sheen won't be using professional writers, however, instead relying on whatever comes to mind (as the actor has done for his Web series Sheen's Korner).
CBS's The Big Bang Theory is getting another visit from a real life scientific genius. Following guest appearances by Nobel Laureate astrophysicist George Smoot and Hayden Planetarium astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Columbia University physics professor Brian Greene will play himself in the sitcom's April 7episode, "The Herb Garden Germination."