Stephen Moyer walked away unscathed after flipping his car qualifying for a celebrity driving race Friday.
During his seventh lap in the qualifying rounds of the 35th Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, which will take place today, the True Blood actor's car slid into the tire barrier causing it to do a 360-degree roll before landing back on its tires, the Long Beach, Calif., Press Telegram reports.
Police have arrested and charged a man for stealing $100,000 in jewelry from Jon Bon Jovi's home, according to Hollywood Reporter.
Nicholas Tracy, 21, broke into the rocker's New Jersey home, as well as three of his neighbor's homes over the past month. He was caught on Wednesday hiding in the bathroom of a Middletown Township house after tripping the burglar alarm that alerted the police.
Kate Middleton has booked the room she'll stay in for her last night as a single woman.
The bride-to-be will sleep in the Royal Suite of the Goring Hotel, People reports. The luxurious room includes a four-poster bed, a waterproof television in the bathroom and a framed prototype of the wedding gown Queen Victoria wore.
A.J. Cook, Kirsten Vangsness and Thomas Gibson
J.J. fans rejoice! A.J. Cook has nabbed a two-year deal to return to Criminal Minds.
Cook, who left the CBS series in September after being dropped for "creative reasons," will appear in the Season 6 finale on May 18, Deadline reports. She'll rejoin the show full time in the fall.
The Royal Wedding is one of the most anticipated events of the year, and Entertainment Tonight correspondent Nancy O'Dell has her own ideas why.
"It all starts when we're little," O'Dell told TVGuide.com Thursday at the Blackberry Playbook launch party. "We watch all the Disney movies and become obsessed, like my daughter, with princesses. It's about the fairy tale. There's something very magical about a royal family, especially with us not having that in the U.S"
This just in: Griffin Dunne will be playing a reporter on the upcoming fourth season of Damages, TVLine reports.
The central case this season revolves around a wrongful death lawsuit filed against a military contractor. John Goodman will play the corrupt CEO of the company.