An arrest warrant has been issued for Lindsay Lohan in her 2007 DUI case — though her lawyer claims it's all a big "misunderstanding."
"[A] warrant was in fact issued [March 13] for the arrest of Lindsay Lohan," says a statement from the Beverly Hills Police Department, obtained by UsMagazine.com. "The $50,000 warrant issued by the Beverly Hills Superior Court stems from ...
Chris Brown, Rihanna
Chris Brown and Rihanna may not have recorded a song together after all, despite reports the project brought them together after he was accused of attacking her.
A producer told The Los Angeles Times this week that he had been in the studio recently with Rihanna and Brown, recording a love song. But Polow Da Don's publicist, Laura Wright, told Usmagazine.com the duet was recorded long before Brown was arrested last month. "The reports are inaccurate," she said.
Brown was charged last week with two felonies — assault and making criminal threats — in a case involving Rihanna. His arraignment is set for April 6. Rihanna's attorney, David Etra, told TVGuide.com on Friday the singer will testify if required.
Sydney Wheeler and Spencer Duhm
Nineteen-year-old Spencer Duhm, the latest Survivor: Tocantins contestant to be outed, has followed the show since his childhood. He learned plenty of strategy through his years of viewing — including his decision not to tell teammates about his homosexuality — but he was sent home when his tribe, Jalapao, lost an Immunity Challenge. Now that he's done with the show and going back to school to pursue his dream of working in broadcasting, he talked to TVGuide.com about whether he was really "half-assing it" in the challenge and who he thinks should win.
With only two more episodes left of Battlestar Galactica, fans are feeling quite emotional about the show's end. In this video, BSG stars Mary McDonnell and Edward James Olmos take some time to praise the intelligent, well-spoken and respectful fans they've met throughout their journey on the show. Olmos also discusses how BSG became the subject of a book that analyzes how the show evolved in a surprising way. It'll blow your mind! Check out the video after the jump.
Michael Phelps tread carefully around Matt Lauer asking point-blank asking if he smoked marijuana at a South Carolina party where he was photographed holding a bong.
"It was a bad mistake. I mean, we all know what, you know, what you and I are talking about. It's a stupid mistake. You know, bad judgment. And it's something that, you know, I have to, and I want to teach other people not to make that mistake," Phelps said during the Today show Friday.
Lauer was quick to roll tape of a similar apology Phelps made on Today in 2004 after the DUI incident.
"I'll be the first one to admit I've made a lot of mistakes in my life in the pool and out of the pool," Phelps said. "But I have never made the same mistake again. I never made the same mistake twice."
They are, after all, two totally different things.
Watch the video after the jump to see Phelps' first interview since Ganja Gate:
Jamie Kennedy with Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ghost Whisperer
Jennifer Love Hewitt apparently is now Ghost Whispering sweet nothings into her costar's ear.
Jamie Kennedy, during a visit to Ryan Seacrest's KISS-FM radio program, caved to a line of questioning about his rumored involvement with leading lady Love, saying ...
Dancing with the Stars, Steve-O, Steve Wozniak
At this rate, they may have to crown the Season 8 Dancing with the Stars champion by default.
Jackass/gentleman-wannabe Steve-O and Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak are both nursing injuries that could put their Dancing futures in jeopardy. Steve-O is suffering from pinched nerves and spasms in his back, while Wozniak has a two-week-old foot fracture.
"My back is ...
Stephen Colbert will never lose to Barry Manilow again.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has dropped its Primetime Emmy award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program, Variety reports. The category's elimination will prevent ...
South Park, Tina Fey
Things took a turn for the serious this week, even on Comedy Central: South Park accused Disney of using the Jonas Brothers to sell sex to young girls. Jon Stewart blamed CNBC for contributing to the country's financial woes. Good thing 30 Rock unveiled the Funcooker — we've been starving for good times.
Jim Cramer and Jon Stewart
In the most anticipated late-night showdown since Letterman v. McCain, Jon Stewart took "Brawl Street" rival Jim Cramer to task on The Daily Show following the "the weeklong feud of the century."
"I understand that you want to make finance entertaining, but it's ...