Embattled actor Charlie Sheen is dealing with a lot at the moment, but one place he certainly seems to be winning is on the Web.
Since he began his talk show rounds Monday, his quotable interviews have spawned websites, a personalized dictionary and trending topics on Twitter – not to mention his new verified account.
Sites like Charliesheenforthesoul.com, Livethesheendream.com (which seems to be down at the moment) and Sheenfamilycircus.blogspot.com feature quotes like, “I have a 10,000 year old brain and the boogers of a 7-year-old,” spreading Sheen’s wisdom to those who might not have tuned in to one of his many TV appearances.
The Braverman clan is still cleaning up after Crosby's mess of a one-night stand.
His parents and sisters know about it and try to help, but the biggest issue is Adam, Kristina and Max. They’re now without a therapist just when Max overhears he has Asperger's.
The episode opens with Adam and Kristina sitting down with Max to explain what Asperger's is. They hadn't told him because they weren't ready and didn't think he was. They hadn’t even planned how to tell him, but thanks to Crosby, planning their talk is no longer an option.
It appears that Nelly Furtado isn't the only singer donating money obtained from prior performances for Muammar Gadhafi.
Reps for Beyoncé Knowles released a statement to CNN regarding the singer's 2009 performance for the Libyan leader.
"All monies paid to Beyoncé for her performance at a private party at Nikki Beach St. Barts on New Year's Eve 2009, including the commissions paid to her booking agency, were donated to the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti, over a year ago," the statement read. "Once it became known that the third party promoter was linked to the Qaddafi family, the decision was made to put that payment to a good cause."
With a new season of "Celebrity Apprentice" set to launch this Sunday, what are the chances that Charlie Sheen might end up on a future edition of the show?
"I got to know Charlie because he was at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, which is a club I own," Donald Trump told reporters on Tuesday.
According to Trump, he told Brooke Mueller's parents (and members of Mar-a-Lago) that he didn't see their daughter's relationship with Sheen working out, "so I was right about that," the mogul said.
Justin Bieber should grow his hair out for another round of trimming - surely there's another charity that could use the kind of cash a lock of his hair goes for.
Ellen DeGeneres tweeted that all she wanted for her birthday was world peace and a lock of Bieber's hair, and the now 17-year-old star came through, swinging by DeGeneres' daytime talk show in February to deliver the belated gift.
The duo teamed up to turn the present into a fundraiser for The Gentle Barn, a nonprofit organization that rescues abused farm animals. DeGeneres auctioned the lock of hair on Ebay beginning February 23, and the final bid came in today at $40,668. FULL POST
Stars from Lorne Michaels to Michael Keaton came out to celebrate Alec Baldwin's Museum of the Moving Image honor on February 28, but no one's tribute was more touching than that of his "30 Rock" co-star Tina Fey.
"The part of Jack Donaghy was written for Alec Baldwin," Fey said at the event, according to Vulture.
She added that she auditioned everyone but Baldwin for the role because she didn't have the courage to approach him until more than a year had passed and he was hosting "Saturday Night Live."
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