Charlie Sheen is entering rehab, his publicist announced Tuesday, and production on his series, Two and a Half Men, will be suspended temporarily.
"As a preventative measure, Charlie Sheen has entered a rehabilitation facility. He will take some...
The Bachelor, Chris Harrison, Rozlyn
Rule No. 1 for reality show contestants: Don't mess with the host. The Bachelor's Chris Harrison took aim at what he called the "classless, tactless" tactics of booted contestant Rozlyn Papa after she claimed during Monday's "Women Tell All" episode that Harrison once hit on a producer's wife. Other contestants don't put much stock in anything she says: Papa was kicked off the show after the other women accused her of having a physical relationship with a Bachelor staffer during filming — something the single mother swore on her son's life never happened. (As some in the studio audience gasped.) Harrison said he wouldn't dignify Papa's claims with a response, but he's more than happy to talk about the Bachelor's final pick: "Jake is very much in love with who he's chosen," Harrison said.
Ric Flair and wife
The wife of 16-time world heavyweight champion wrestler Ric Flair was arrested following a domestic violence incident at their North Carolina home, police told TVGuide.com.
Jacqueline Bains Beems was arrested Sunday and charged with misdemeanor assault, Taylor Frazier of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said.
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No actual weapons were used in the attack, but Flair, who turns 61 on Thursday, suffered minor injuries, the police report said. He refused treatment at the scene, according to the report.
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Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir
Three decades of European dominance ended in ice dancing as Canadian pair Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir claimed Olympic gold, becoming the first North American team to win the event.
At 20 and 22, respectively, Virtue and Moir are the youngest champions ever in the event, and their victory after a mesmerizing free dance Monday marked only the third time since ice dancing became an Olympic sport in 1976 that a Russian team did not win gold.
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The two join Great Britain's Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean (1984) and French duo Marina Anissina and Gwendal Peizerat (2002) as the only non-Russian ice-dancing victors.
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After nabbing silver for two straight years at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, Rachael Flatt ascended to the top of the podium in January. A solid free skate with seven triple jumps secured her her first national title — and a spot on the Olympic team. "It's so exciting that I broke 200 points at nationals," Flatt, 17, tells TVGuide.com of her event record. "Of course, there is always room for improvement, and I have discussed those areas with Tom [Zakrajsek, her coach] and Lori [Nichol, her choreographer] and continue to push myself... I am incredibly proud to be on the U.S. team and to have the opportunity to compete on the world stage." A straight-A student, the Colorado Springs, Colo., native divides her time between the ice and the books, and has applied to nine colleges. See what she has to say about her last-minute training for the Olympics, whether she's an underdog and more.