While her co-hosts may have criticized Charlie Sheen over a recent report that he's skipping rehab to go back to work, Whoopi Goldberg says she understands the decision. "The View" host revealed Wednesday that she was once a high-functioning drug addict.
"He is an alcoholic, he is a drug user,” Goldberg said of Sheen. “He knows he has a lot of people he’s responsible for. Having been a drug addict, I feel I can say this… I was a functioning drug addict, I showed up for work because I knew a lot of people would be out of work and I wouldn’t get a check that I needed to buy my drugs."
Things got so bad for Goldberg that she became terrified to leave her bed for days because she thought something was under it. She even went to the bathroom in her bed.
OK, "American Idol," you got us...we think.
Fans waited to see what the big apology would be Wednesday night after host Ryan Seacrest tweeted the producers would be issuing a mea culpa.
The show began with a black screen with the words, "American Idol would like to apologize for last week's outrageous behavior by Steven Tyler. Mr. Tyler has been warned and assures us it will never happen again."
Be glad you don't have Jenna Fischer's "Office" job.
The star of NBC's hit comedy series tells the March issue of Redbook she believes actresses obsess over their weight because they are required to tell their co-workers their clothing size.
"In a normal job, if you gain or lose a few pounds, it's no big deal," Fischer, 36, explains. "But in my business you have to tell someone so that the next time you go to a fitting, the clothes are the right size."
Zac Brown now has four children to match his band’s four Grammy nominations. The country singer and his wife Shelly welcomed daughter Joni Mason Brown on Wednesday.
Joni weighed in at 7 pounds, 14 ounces, according to CMT. She joins her three older sisters at home in Atlanta – 4-year-old Justice, 2-year-old Lucy and 1-year-old Georgia. And this might not be the last kid for the Browns.
"We're just gonna keep on going until we get a boy," Zac, one of 12 kids himself, told The Boot. "If that's 13, then I doubt I'm gonna be able to pull that off, but we'll see."
Just before she became a part of Thursday night's must-see TV lineup, Jennifer Aniston turned down the opportunity to join "Saturday Night Live."
The actress revealed that shocker during an appearance on yesterday's "Oprah Winfrey Show" along with "Just Go With It" co-star Adam Sandler.
Sandler was already part of the "SNL" cast in the early '90s when he urged his new friend Aniston to come on board.
Nicole Kidman might be raising eyebrows with her new Marie Claire U.K. interview, in which she admits to using Botox and talks about her marriage to Tom Cruise.
"I tried it, I didn’t like it, so I’ve gone back to my own forehead," the 43-year-old "Rabbit Hole" star says of Botox in the magazine's March issue. "But I’ve never had plastic surgery on my face. People say I have but I haven’t.”
While the Oscar nominee constantly finds herself in the limelight thanks to her acting performances, she says she wasn't looking to become a celebrity when she married Cruise in 1990.
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