Fresh off his "Saturday Night Live" ratings high, Justin Timberlake has scored another victory: The car sponsored by his William Rast clothing line won yesterday's Indy 500.
"What a Memorial Day weekend! The William Rast car just won the Indy 500!!!!" the singer, who founded the fashion label with childhood pal Trace Ayala in 2006, tweeted yesterday.
Racing vet Dan Wheldon was behind the wheel of Timberlake's car at the Indianapolis, Indiana, event and ultimately took home the Borg-Warner Trophy. For his part, JT couldn't be more thrilled.
"Congrats to Dan Wheldon, the WR racing team and everyone else who put in the hard work for this victory!" he tweeted. "Unreal!"
With Bennet in intensive care and officially out of the mix as a suspect, the detectives were left with no choice but to start from scratch in their investigation into the murder of Rosie Larsen. They began by looking into Stan Larsen’s past.
Stan wasn’t hard to find as he’d confessed to attacking Bennet, and spent the duration of the episode in jail. Under questioning he told Linden that he was no longer involved with the Kovarsky mob, but didn’t answer when she asked about his gambling problem.
Later in the episode, Mitch received a call from the bank and was told that the family’s checking and savings accounts had been emptied, all but confirming that Stan’s gambling was still very much a problem.
Actor Christopher Knight and reality TV star Adrianne Curry are taking some time apart.
The couple, who fell in love on the 2005 reality series "The Surreal Life" and went on to star in "My Fair Brady," announced their separation on their fifth wedding anniversary.
“After starting a relationship with what seemed to be irreconcilable differences, the couple has reached a period where those differences are no longer appreciated," their rep told Hollyscoop on May 29. "The decision was mutually reached after it became clear to both that some perspective was needed in order to assess their unique union. Not unlike all marriages, work must be put in."
"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo's" December 21 release date isn't going to come fast enough for fans.
The curiosity surrounding the upcoming U.S. adaptation of Stieg Larsson's best-seller has been sky-high since the project was announced, but a red-band trailer circulating on the Web is keeping that interest rapt.
According to Deadline, the trailer was released in France and Sweden last Wednesday before moving into select U.S. theaters over the weekend, with a green-band trailer expected to arrive this Thursday.
Although Brad Pitt has said he and Angelina Jolie wouldn't get married until gay couples could legally wed, the actor now seems to have changed his outlook on saying "I do."
"The kids ask about marriage. It's meaning more and more to them," he tells USA Weekend. "So it's something we've got to look at."
And Pitt's children—Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne—mean the world to him, he says.
New episodes of "30 Rock" won't air for months, but you can still get your Alec Baldwin fix. The actor has just joined Twitter!
"My first tweet," Baldwin wrote on Friday. "Maybe I needed a glass of wine beforehand. I feel ... so shy."
Since becoming a member of the social networking site, the actor has racked up more than 37,500 followers and has been tweeting up a storm.
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