Beyonce Knowles's solo debut Dangerously in Love entered Billboard's album chart at No. 1 with sales of 317,000 copies. Michelle Branch's new CD landed at No. 2 with 157,000 copies sold.
Jack Osbourne is speaking out for the first time about his recent stint in rehab. The 17-year-old tells MTV in a special airing Tuesday at 11 pm/ET that he was addicted to the painkiller OxyContin and other drugs. "I was really loaded and I just sat on my mom's bed and I just said, 'I am going to go pack my bags,'" he recalls. "'I'm ready to go, I want to go, I need to go.'"
Jennifer Lopez has filed a petition against former manager, Benny Medina, accusing him of diverting and misappropriating monies belonging to her. She also accuses him of preventing other representatives from speaking with her. Naturally, Medina is denying the allegations.
Sharon Stone has followed her basic instinct and split from her husband of five years, newspaper editor Phil Bronstein, the New York Post reports. The couple who married on Valentine's Day, 1998, and adopted a baby boy, Roan, two years later allegedly decided to call it quits after Stone returned from filming her latest flick, A Different Loyalty, in London and Moscow.
Legendary jazz flutist Herbie Mann, who is credited with helping popularize world music, died Tuesday in Santa Fe of prostate cancer. He was 73.
Target is getting into business with Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake. The highly-addictive discount chain is offering an exclusive six-track CD featuring songs from the pair, who are currently on tour together. Among the singles on the disc: Remixes of Aguilera's "Beautiful" and "Fighter," as well as Timberlake's "Rock Your Body" and "Cry Me a River."
You might think it laughable that the randy roomies of Fox's
hook-up-or-ship-out shagfest Paradise Hotel wail whenever a hottie's eliminated. However, saucy ringmaster Amanda Byram extends great empathy to passion's playthings. "If I was just watching at home, I'd be saying, 'For God's sake! You've only known each other for a couple of weeks!'" the Irishwoman admits to TV Guide Online. "But I'm in that house every day. I've actually been in the toilet when Toni threw up because she couldn't handle choosing [between two bunkmates].
"The [cohabitants] spend so much time with each other that it's almost like
sensory deprivation," she adds. "I'm even getting so close to the crew that I
haven't phoned my parents in weeks! They're calling me, going, 'Where the hell
are you?' I'm like, 'Sorry. I'm getting along so well with the crew, they're
my new family.'"
Although the onetime host of England's The Big Breakfast morning show
Yes, Neil Patrick Harris was the boy genius on Doogie Howser, M.D for four seasons. But that was more than a decade ago. Since then, Harris, 30, has taken on an array of anti-Doogie roles, including parts in Starship Troopers and Undercover Brother, as well as the lecherous emcee in Broadway's Cabaret. Starting July 11 at 10 pm, he lends his wholesome vocal cords to Peter Parker in MTV's super-stylized animated version of Spider-Man. Here Harris happily spins a web for us.
TV Guide Online: When superheroes fight, it seems like they're always crying out in pain: Ow! Umph! Does that get tedious to record?
Harris: No, I enjoy that. That's when you get to use your imagination, because we don't see the animation. We just hear the director say, "