Justin Bieber opted out of performing on German variety show “Wetten, Dass..?” Saturday after a contestant was seriously injured during the live program.
The contestant, 23-year-old Samuel Koch, suffered back and spinal injuries after jumping over a moving car while wearing stilts, People.com reports.
“Just want to let my people in Germany know I won't be on ‘Wetten Dass’ tonight as an accident has taken place and … we all don't think it is right to continue,” Bieber tweeted. “Please pray for Samuel Koch & his family as we wait and hope for his health and safety.”
Hey, it’s A.J! Kim Kardashian is raking in 6 million bucks a year – apparently being famous of nothing pays really, really well! I can tell you that she’s not the only reality TV star rolling in the dough from reality TV fame. We’re revealing the top reality TV money earners today!
There is brand new buzz today over Sarah Palin’s wild camping trip with Kate Gosselin. It’s a caught on tape Alaskan adventure!
And we’ve got your first look at the trailer for Mel Gibson’s new movie, “The Beaver” today.
Steve Martin is getting the last word on his recent 92nd Street Y interview that resulted in disappointed ticketholders receiving a full refund.
As Marquee reported last week, fans expected Martin to talk about his life and career during the event – which was also broadcast on closed-circuit TV – but the funnyman spoke only about his appreciation of art and his new book, "An Object of Beauty." Those watching on TV sent angry emails to the Y, and Martin's interviewer, Deborah Solomon, was handed a note to switch the topic to Martin's career. The next day, the Y told the 900 ticketholders they would receive a refund.
Now, in a New York Times piece penned by Martin, he is having his say about the incident.
Is there any hope left for humanity? That was the central question of Sunday night's exemplary season finale of "The Walking Dead."
Rick and his fellow survivors found their way inside the CDC building, where they met Jenner, the last doctor left there. (Noah Emmerich, best known for "The Truman Show," had an incredible performance.)
After a night of enjoying the simple pleasures of hot water and a hot meal, they soon find out just how bleak the situation is, as many of his colleagues either left or committed suicide. He also showed them what happens to a person's brain when it's infected - everything that makes someone who they are is gone forever. (It's later revealed that the test subject, TS-19, was his wife, who ran the CDC. That explains why he stayed behind as a promise to her.)
An attorney for Charlie Sheen’s estranged wife has confirmed to CNN that she has entered a sober living facility.
TMZ first reported that Brooke Mueller checked into a sober living facility in Los Angeles on Friday. Her attorney, Yale Galanter, told the site that his client – who has struggled with substance abuse in the past – did not have a relapse and is free to come and go from the facility as she so chooses.
Sheen recently filed for divorce from Mueller. The couple are the parents of twin sons.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be one of the most controversial men in America but he helped "Saturday Night Live" score its best ratings this season, reports Deadline.com.
This weekend's opening sketch featured cast member Bill Hader as Australian Assange, introducing his latest scandal-sleuthing project, "WikiLeaks: TMZ."
"Hello, America, I'm Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, and I've taken over your airwaves," announces Assange as he interrupts a speech by President Obama (Fred Armisen). "This week, my organization released thousands of classified cables, revealing embarrassing details about the international diplomatic community. The leaks did not inspire revolution as I had hoped so tonight I present a new WikiLeaks, where the leaks are even more embarrassing and the details are even more sordid."
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