Get ready to start singing "Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky and Mike..."
Singer Bobby Brown announced on "The View" Monday that New Edition has reunited and is planning a new album and tour. The group - made up of Brown, Ralph Tresvant, Michael Bivins, Ricky Bell, Ronnie DeVoe and Johnny Gill - have gotten together periodically over the years, both with and without Brown.
But according to Brown, the group is set to give it one more shot.
In an emotional new video message to her fans, Demi Lovato opens up about the personal issues that drove her to seek treatment.
"I wanted to send you guys a message 'cause I know that you've seen me out and about and I wanted to let you know that I am back and [at] home. Welcome to my home," a happy Lovato says in a video posted on Cambio.com. "But I wouldn't be here today if it wasn't for the support that you've given me along the way."
In November, Lovato canceled her concert tour and entered a treatment facility for help with "emotional and physical issues"; she returned to her Los Angeles home in January.
Imitation is the greatest form of flattery, but not when it comes to Kathy Griffin. The comedian is set to play a Sarah Palin-type character on an upcoming episode of "Glee" and Palin says she is hardly amused.
"You know, Kathy Griffin can do anything to me or say anything about me, because you know, she's kind of this — she's a 50-year-old adult bully, really, is what she is. Kind of a has-been comedian, and she can do those things to me," Palin told Fox News when asked about Griffin's "Glee" guest spot.
But while Palin may be able to take the potshots, she is warning the "My Life on the D List" star to lay off her family, including daughters Bristol and Willow, who have been targeted in the flame-haired comedian's act.
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