Fans who have been saying "Gimme More" since Britney Spears released her last record in 2008 were in for a treat Wednesday. The singer announced that she's got a new CD out next month and revealed its title and cover art on Twitter.
"I've poured my heart and soul into this album over the last 2 years," Spears, 29, tweeted of "Femme Fatale," which drops March 15. "I've put everything I have into it. This album is for you, my fans, who have always supported me and have stuck by me every step of the way! I love you all!"
Spears included a Twitpic of the album cover, which features a close up of the tousled-haired singer staring seductively into the camera.
He wasn't even born when they made their début, but it seems Justin Bieber is a big fan of "Beavis and Butt-Head." In fact, the singer took to Twitter yesterday to break the news that the animated duo would be making a comeback on MTV.
The teen idol found out the good news while attending the MTV upfronts, where the network's programming plans were discussed and the cast of the controversial series "Skins" announced that "Beavis and Butt-Head" will be returning this summer.
"Solid day in NYC," Bieber, 16, tweeted. "Played hoops and just went to the MTV Upfronts...BEAVIS and BUTTHEAD are coming back!!!"
So, I’ve been really rooting for Lindsay Lohan to (finally!) turn her life around after her latest visit to rehab, but has she kicked drugs and picked up another nasty habit… theft?! That’s what the LAPD wants to know today.
"Showbiz Tonight" has all the very latest details on Lindsay’s alleged jewel heist!
And have you heard Nicole Kidman’s (kind of) botox confessions? Also, did Jennifer Aniston nearly turn down the role that made her a superstar?
Plus, who will we name the Most Provocative Celebrity of the Week? Will it be Charlie Sheen for his rehab drama, Halle Berry for her baby battle or Kim Kardashian for her nude photo meltdown? Who do you think it should be? Post your thoughts here.
See you on "Showbiz Tonight" at 5 p.m. ET and again at 11 p.m. ET/PT on HLN today!
Wednesday night's "Live to Dance" finals featured some of the most flawless routines I've seen in one single episode of a reality show (having a lot of experience watching some of the many others out there). Paula, Travis and Kimberly (and the audience) definitely picked some incredibly talented dancers to compete for the $500,000.
As the show neared an end, I was sincerely stumped as to which act deserved to win the big prize (which meant, dear readers, it was time to get nitpicky). At first, I was all for Twitch, for their unique blending of dance styles. My reaction was along the same lines as that of Travis Payne, with an exaggerated facial expression and the word (words?) "AAahhahhahahaitwasawesome!!!!!!"
But then Dance Town Chaos, like a good poker player, "saw" their routine and raised it to another level (did I see some krumping in there?).
Things are heating up in the custody battle between actress Halley Berry and her ex-boyfriend, model Gabriel Aubry.
The pair are currently involved in a custody fight involving their 2 1/2-year-old daughter Nahla. Berry reportedly even pulled out of a film in order to focus on what appears to be an impending court case.
Berry's rep told PEOPLE the actress has "serious concerns for her daughter's well-being while in the care of her father for any extended period of time and is prepared to take all necessary steps to protect her."
After unexpectedly giving us an extra week to recover from Restaurant Wars, “Top Chef: All-Stars” is back, and we seem to be shifting from team to individual challenges.
But first, a Quickfire that truly gives life to the “eat with your eyes” mantra.
Guest judge and fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi stops by the "Top Chef" kitchen for a challenge in which the contestants must make a dish that will be judged entirely on aesthetics and presentation.
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