Tara Reid's quickie wedding to Zack Kehayov made headlines over the summer, but now she's raising questions as to whether she's actually wed.
The "American Pie" actress, 35, tweeted about her surprise ceremony in August, writing that she and her hubby - can we still call him that? – had gotten engaged and then married within the span of a day while in Greece.
However, in a video on TMZ, Reid says she and Zack couldn't even win "The Newlywed Game."
"We would lose," Reid says. "We were never really married...It was never legal." CNN has not yet heard back from Reid's rep about her remarks.
Hmm...so does that mean she doesn't keep the ring?
According to Variety, a presidential comedy series may be coming to NBC.
The network has ordered a pilot for “1600 Penn,” a single camera comedy revolving around a dysfunctional family… who live at the White House.
The project comes from a Hollywood power trio: “Modern Family” director Jason Winer, Tony-nominated “Book of Mormon” star Josh Gad and former President Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett. All three men will serve as executive producers.
One of the singles from Kelly Clarkson's latest album, "Stronger" - already pulling in praise - carries the theme that what doesn't kill you makes you ... well, we think you know the rest.
The prime example of this, the 29-year-old original "Idol" told USA Today, is how she's survived her own career.
"There have been times when I've literally been like, 'Not worth the sacrifice, time away from family, time away from friends,'" she said. And her hectic schedule hasn't been any kinder to her love life.
Billy Joel’s daughter, singer/songwriter Alexa Ray Joel, has always been open about her personal life: A bad breakup led to her 2009 homeopathic overdose and struggles with depression.
And her recent interview with xoJane.com is no exception.
Joel told the website she contracted human papillomavirus, or HPV, from her ex-boyfriend.
Tweets often find stars and the anonymous alike saying, "let me explain...." and actor Orlando Jones is the latest to offer more exposition about a statement he posted Saturday following the death of Moammar Gadhafi.
"Libyan Rebels kill Gaddafi, if American liberals want respect they better stop listening to Aretha & kill Sarah Palin(:," he wrote.
Jones then responded to a number of Twitter users, including one that asked why the actor "thinks it's funny to call for Sarah Palin to be murdered." Jones replied to the query, "I don't. I think it's funny that you are so upset about my inane tweet."
Singer Janelle Monae was a young playwright moving home to Kansas from New York City when she made a fateful decision.
"I decided that I had more to say as an artist," she tells CNN at the Renaissance Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. Monae performed there as part of their RLife Live series, which brings artists to the Renaissance.
As her fans know, Monae's desire to share has resulted in a music career that has landed her on lots of best new artist lists.
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