The estranged daughter of Billy Bob Thornton has been found guilty of aggravated manslaughter, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Amanda Brumsfield had faced murder charges after an incident in 2008 that lead to the death of a friend's 1-year-old girl.
American Idol winner Scotty McCreery isn't known for just his singing: the 17-year-old says he has a specific method for how to hold the microphone.
"You relax the wrists [with] one finger holding it," he tells TVGuide.com. "Add an eyebrow [and you're] Scottified."
Jessica Simpson and Ashlee Simpson
Jessica Simpson is expanding her fashion empire to include a line for tweens.
Simpson and younger sister Ashlee have signed on to develop the collection, Women's Wear Daily reports, which will feature sportswear, denim jeans, leggings, shorts, hoodies, vests, graphic T-shirts, shrunken knits and drawstring-pants in sizes 7 to 16.
Nadya "Octomom" Suleman's fertility doctor is losing his medical license, People reports.
Dr. Michael Kamrava, who was responsible for implanting the then 33-year-old single, jobless mother of six with a dozen embryos (leading to the birth of eight children and her nickname), will no longer be able to practice medicine.
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Rob Corddry has a bone to pick with President Barack Obama.
After shooting the upcoming third season of Childrens Hospital back in December, the series star, creator and executive producer had to remove a joke delivered by guest star Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) about his having killed Osama bin Laden because, well, it actually happened.
"That ruins the joke completely. Obama killed our joke. Obama killed the No. 1 wanted man in the world, as well as one of our biggest jokes of the season. He couldn't wait until July," Corddry tells TVGuide.com. "I was annoyed. ... I find myself wishing bin Laden had lived for another...
The Glee Project
Trying to describe what makes someone right for Glee might just be impossible. Just ask series casting director Robert Ulrich, who, on Oxygen's The Glee Project (premiering June 12 at 9/8c), is tasked with recruiting a shiny new star for the high school musical from a pool of tens of thousands of rabid Gleeks.
Turns out the 12 finalists aren't necessarily the best singers, dancers or actors — though, certainly, having those skills helped. Rather, Ulrich says they all possess that difficult-to-pinpoint Glee spirit. Or, more to the point, they all have the potential to...
Cy Waits, Paris Hilton, Brooke Mueller
If your perception of Paris Hilton is that she is not a very nice person and you enjoy being on the receiving end of preaching to the choir, then The World According to Paris is the show for you! What should be damage control for a career that was maligned up until the point that people stopped caring about it is instead just reinforcement for the pampered princess, mean girl image that so many have of Paris. In that respect, this reality show, which premiered Wednesday on Oxygen, has the candor of a pig with lipstick on it — Paris Hilton cannot hide her several negative traits. Either her show is honest to its detriment or at the very least, its star is too lazy to lie...
More than her dancing skills, playful banter with fellow judge Nigel Lythgoe and kooky catchphrases, Mary Murphy is known for her high-pitched, high-octane scream -- a trademark of So You Think You Can Dance since Season 1.
Unfortunately, when Murphy returned to the judges table earlier this year, her calling card was nowhere to be heard, the sad result of undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer.
"At certain times during the audition trail, I was unable to even give a shout-out. One time, I tried to reach over to Nigel and say, 'Give that kid a ticket,' and it didn't come out," Murphy, 53, told reporters last week about her health struggles. "It broke my heart that the kids couldn't hear the excitement that I had for them...