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Teaming up with Hilton Hater to bring you the latest celebrity news, Hollywood rumors and gossip since 6/6/06.

Readers' comments on the recent Zac Efron gay photo scandal have ranged from disbelief to denial, from outrage to utter shock.

We don't know for certain if the High School Musical star is gay, but a shirtless Zac Efron kissing another male is definitely bi-curious.

Posted in: Zac Efron

The LAPD is finally commenting on the record regarding the investigation first reported earlier this month. The subject? You-know-who.

As TMZ reported in early February, Sam Lutfi is under investigation by the Robbery Homicide division of LAPD for allegedly drugging Britney Spears.

Posted in: Sam Lutfi

Jenna Bush and Henry Hager celebrated their final moments of unattached life with respective girls-only and guys-only getaways this month.

Bush, 26, the daughter of President George W. Bush, and a group of female friends headed to Florida in mid-February for a girls-only getaway.

Posted in: Jenna Bush

WARNING: The Hills spoilers below!

Lauren Conrad and The Hills return with eight all-new season three episodes on March 24, 2008. A two-minute trailer for the new episodes appears below and ... OMG, WTF! Some of the $h!t in there is totally off the chain.

Posted in: Lauren Conrad

Presidential candidate Barack Obama invited Us Weekly to join his campaign for a day. He revealed that his young daughters think Britney and Paris are "yuck" and offered some unique insight into the wonderful world of celebrity news.

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Posted in: Barack Obama

The nation's housing market and mortgage woes continue to swell.

These disturbing trends have left everyone - CEOs, the Federal Reserve, George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and so many more - wondering how to avert an escalating crisis that threatens the very fabric of our economy.

Posted in: Michael Jackson

A federal judge ruled the U.S. Courts have no business in Britney Spears' conservatorship case and kicked it back to California state court.

Federal District Judge Philip Gutierrez ruled that Jon Eardley, the N.Y. lawyer who claimed to represent Britney Spears, but who we think is working with Sam Lutfi, "had no authority to remove the case from state court."

Posted in: Britney Spears