Sammy Hagar makes some out-of-this-world revelations with his new autobiography "Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock."
Besides the usual tales of sex, drugs, and rock and roll, the singer also claims to have been contacted by aliens.
Hagar writes in the book that he once saw two creatures inside a spaceship in the foothills of Fontana, Calif., and now believes they abducted him and tapped into his brain.
Justin Bieber is slightly younger than his reported girlfriend, Selena Gomez, but that doesn't mean she views him as her little brother.
Visiting the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Tuesday, the 18-year-old Disney actress backtracked on prior remarks she'd made about the 17-year-old singer the last time she was on the show.
“He’s little," Gomez previously told DeGeneres about rumors that she was dating the teen sensation. "He’s like my little brother. That’s weird to me.”
I rarely say this, but, OMG!
Having known that A’s identity wouldn’t be revealed this early on in the series, I was expecting to be a little let down by last night’s season finale.
After all, why leave us with some extravagant cliffhanger when the mystery of A is enough to keep us coming back? And besides, what else is there to tell? It turns out, quite a bit.
After we heard the reports about Charlie Sheen possibly returning to “Two and a Half Men,” we had to ask in our "Showbiz Tonight" exclusive poll: Would you want to see him back on the show?
And check out the shocking results… 48 percent of you say, “Yes, I miss him," while 52 percent say, “No, good riddance.”
I’m actually not surprised by the close results. No matter what Charlie does, there are a lot of people who just don’t care. They just like his show.
“If you’re still determined to prove why Chuck is special, all I’m asking is that you find more creative ways to do it.”
Apologies for quoting myself, but given how this week’s episode went, I wanted to acknowledge that “Chuck” exceeded my expectations in delivering on that request.
Apparently, General Beckman is a firm believer in second chances. Jane Bentley’s (Robin Givens) idea of putting the intersect in super-soldiers didn’t go so well last week. But the search is on for new intersect candidates… and the current intersect will decide who should get the upload.
Viewers weren't the only ones who were critical of James Franco's Academy Awards hosting gig. Longtime Oscars writer Bruce Vilanch admits that even he thought Franco was a snooze during the ceremony.
"No, he wasn't high," Vilanch tells Vulture of Franco's lackluster performance. "I was with him, and he wasn't high. And I asked him, 'Are you high, and can I have some?' And he said no to both."
So what was the problem?
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