Today in celebrity gossip: A star of MTV's hit teen pregnancy show has had her baby's daddy propose on Twitter, Lindsay Lohan refuses to kiss Charlie Sheen, and Naomi Campbell takes us on a trip back to the '90s.
Today in celebrity news: Katie Holmes heads to a trial in Queens, Britney Spears is leaving television, and Charlie Sheen sends a strange, sad check.
Even if the powdery devil known as Charlie Sheen has become but a distant memory for the folks at CBS' onetime flagship sitcom, that doesn't mean the show's troubles with its cast are over. Angus T. Jones says he doesn't want to be on the show anymore because it is "filth." Yikes.
Today in celebrity gossip: America's favorite young woman is going further with Britain's favorite young man, Charlie Sheen gave Lindsay Lohan a lot of money, and weight-loss secrets of the stars.
Like any good prestige actor before him, Ryan Gosling is retreating behind the camera. Elsewhere in showbiz news, Terrence Malick makes some brutal cuts to his next movie, Joss Whedon starts an exciting new TV project, and Charlie Sheen continues a terrifying TV project.
Lindsay Lohan will soon have a new half-sibling. Miley Cyrus is thinkin' about having a baby, too. And poor Suri Cruise isn't allowed to get the doggy in the window.
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Today: Jen is not engaged you guys, Chris Brown and Aubrey Graham just put a lot of people out of work, and Charlie Sheen did not destroy that hotel room
Director Robert Rodriguez has tapped Charlie Sheen to play the President of the United States in his new movie Machete Kills in a sickening piece of troll casting.
Alec Baldwin is very sorry for saying something mean about Harvey Weinstein, more details on Bill Clinton's pornstar photo-op, and Charlie Sheen's collection of sports baubles may be expanding by one Super Bowl ring.
We totally understand that Whitney is dying a slow death and Are You There Chelsea? needs to be put out of its misery, but that doesn't make Two and a Half Men's co-creator Lee Aronsohn's sexist jokes about television's current crop of female comedies very funny.
Today: Charlie Sheen is looking for ladies, Victoria Grayson gets a new man, and Anne Heche gets some work.
Today's gossip: Frances Bean Cobain is engaged, Charlie Sheen's show sells to FX, and your weekly dose of Hollywood trade publication brinksmanship.
Plus: Salon is no longer for sale
Plus: A settlement appears close between Warner Bros. and Charlie Sheen
You could feel the karma on Two and a Half Men last night
Plus: Jeffrey Ross makes the case for watching the Charlie Sheen roast
Plus: Alec Baldwin has an odd new way of showing his girlfriend he cares
Plus: Harvey Weinstein's stage version of 'Finding Neverland' hits a squall
The details of exactly how Chuck Lorre will exact his revenge
He'll follow in the footsteps of Donald Trump, Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff
Kutcher has been cast as the new lead in CBS's "Two and a Half Men"
The big revelations for Vanity Fair's new profile of the actor
Dick Wolf is still partial to plots taken from real life; a run down of their news budget
Plus: Johnny Depp returns to his roots
Weighing in: Charlie Sheen, Robert DeNiro, Mike Bloomberg and John McCain
This is a real presidential poll, and the former Tea Party star is sinking
Sheen is "post-Empire." Get it? No? Neither did a bunch of other people
She lost her own imprint for acquiring O.J. Simpson's memoir, so this makes sense
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