Police want Lindsay Lohan charged with battery after determining that she violated her probation in her altercation with a Betty Ford Center staffer last month.
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department said in a news release that Lohan "violated several aspects of her probation, including the battery" during the Dec. 12 incident and will submit its investigation to the District Attorney's office later this week.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elden Fox told Lohan in October that she will face a mandatory 180-day jail sentence if she violates probation.
OK folks, Brad Womack is back and from what we saw in last night's Bachelor season premiere, the muscled do-over dude seems to have gotten himself some much-needed head shrinkage. From the multiple "what I have learned" voice-overs about his botched season — as well as his mea culpa to shunned exes Deanna and Jenni — the Georgia-born Texas resident made a good early impression of a man healed by time and therapy...
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Embrace your inner lizard. V is back for a second season tonight on ABC (9/8c), with a red tint in the air and an ominous shower of red rain (the episode's title) falling on the embattled earthlings, although on my screener, everything looked orange. The color of cheese.
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If this alien-adventure melodrama were any more cartoonish, you might expect the Road Runner to "Beep Beep!" behind the evil Anna the next time she's foiled...
Legendary actress Cloris Leachman has us in stitches every week as Raising Hope's loveably crazy Maw-Maw, and the hilarity continued when she recently stopped by TV Guide Magazine's Cubicle Confessions. Leachman reveals the worst job she's ever had, her favorite TV shows, her experience on Dancing With the Stars and the one reality show she would love to compete on. Check it out in our exclusive video after the jump
They say that God works in mysterious ways. As proof, look no further than a recent story in the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano, which praised Homer Simpson for being a "true" Catholic. The publication cites The Simpsons for using "Christian faith, religion and questions about God" as recurring themes.
At first glance, it seems odd that a child-choking, beer-swilling glutton who has embodied all seven deadly sins could be considered a shining example of a man of faith. Then again, as the Vatican paper explained, the Simpson family "recites prayers before meals and, in their own way, believes in the life thereafter." Even Melissa Henson, director of communications for the Parents Television Council, says, "The Simpsons is one of the more balanced treatments of faith-based characters that you'll see...
The Bachelor's Brad Womack may not act like he's shy about being shirtless, but the 38-year-old Texan blushed as soon as we brought up him being in the buff throughout the season.
"Thanks for bringing that up. I'm probably beet-red," he said. "I'm probably the cheesiest guy out there."