February 5th, 2010
03:35 PM ET

Katie Couric gets 'sexy and chic' in Harper's Bazaar

Katie Couric, anchor of CBS's "Evening News," has gone glam for the March issue of fashion magazine Harper's Bazaar.

With her hair swept back and wearing more black eyeliner than a member of an emo band, the 52-year-old sits behind her desk at CBS in frighteningly tall platform sandals and a form-fitting, one-shoulder dress.

Harper's Bazaar interviewed Couric just days before she was to face off against anchor competition Diane Sawyer on ABC, and Couric appeared to be calm.

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Filed under: television
February 5th, 2010
01:06 PM ET

Charlie Sheen's car stolen and left in a ravine

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Charlie Sheen got a rude awakening this morning when he discovered that his Mercedes Sedan had been stolen from his home. Things only got worse when the vehicle was found in a ravine.

LAPD Officer Wendy Reyes confirmed to CNN that "the vehicle found on a hillside below Mulholland Drive belongs to Charlie Sheen." Reyes added, "The vehicle was reported stolen by the actor.... They did not find anyone in or near the vehicle." Mulholland Drive is known for its sharp turns and winding roads. FULL POST

February 5th, 2010
12:17 PM ET

Lindsay Lohan admits hoarding tendencies

If A&E ever did a show about celebrity hoarders, Lindsay Lohan could surely be on the first episode.

"The Insider's" Niecy Nash, who also hosts the Style Network's "Clean House," paid a visit to Lohan's home and it appears that Lohan indeed has a problem.

"I'm here because I heard you've got a whole lot of mayhem and a whole lot of foolishness," Nash said.

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Filed under: Celebrities • Lindsay Lohan
February 5th, 2010
10:01 AM ET

Who made the most in Hollywood last year? Not James Cameron.

The director of the raz-tastic action film "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," Michael Bay, earned more money than both Steven Spielberg and James Cameron in 2009.

Bay netted $125 million in the past year, which put him in the number one spot on Vanity Fair's list of the top 40 Hollywood earners of 2009.

Executive producer of "Transformers" as well as "The Lovely Bones" Steven Spielberg landed in second place with $85 million, followed by "2012's" Roland Emmerich ($70 million,) "Avatar's" James Cameron ($50 million) and "The Hangover's" Todd Phillips ($44 million).

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Filed under: Celebrities • movies
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