Justin Dweeber

Lady Gaga's got gall! In an official video deposition from last August that was uncovered by the New York Post, Lady Gaga went off about her former assistant.

The assistant, named Jennifer O'Neill, is suing Gaga over supposed unpaid overtime. How much overtime? 7,168, to the tune of $393,000 plus damages! Yikes!

Posted in: Lady Gaga

Ever think Alex Russo would be robbing restaurants, doing drugs, getting into jail, and befriending arms dealers? If you looked hard enough, there were clues left all over Wizards of Waverly Place. I mean, she was scamming people left and right in that show.

Well, now Wizards actress Selena Gomez stars in Harmony Korine's scandalous new Spring Break movie, Spring Breakers.

Posted in: Selena Gomez

For those of you who loved Super Troopers: the Broken Lizard guys are back again in a new film called Freeloaders. For those of you who didn't love Super Troopers: you may not be human, you should see a doctor.

Freeloaders is a comedy about six friends who have been crashing at Counting Crows lead singer Adam Duritz's Beverly Hills mansion for years. When the singer sells his house, the freeloaders are forced to figure out how to get by.

Posted in: Movie News

Actor Michael Clarke Duncan was hospitalized today following a cardiac arrest, as sources confirm The Green Mile star is in stable condition.

Duncan suffered a myocardial infarction early this morning, and his girlfriend Omarosa Manigault performed CPR on him around 2 a.m. The two-time Apprentice contestant was apparently able to successfully resuscitate the baritone actor upon finding him.

Posted in: Celebrity Scandals

50 years ago today, The Rolling Stones hit the stage at The Marquee Club in London, England. It was their very first show, and they were billed as "The Rollin' Stones." 50 years, a ton of drugs, and one 'G' later, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Charlie Watts are still making music.

Jagger closed out the last season of SNL with an amazing tribute to Kristen Wiig, Richards recently wrote an award-winning autobiography, and the band is rehearsing in preparation for a possible world tour.

Posted in: Keith Richards

The Fifty Shades of Grey movie is coming along nicely. Only problem is you won't really be able to watch it discreetly on your kindle. You'll have to buy a ticket.

The big-screen adaptation of the only thing anyone's been talking about for the last year now has a writer. This comes just a day after the erotic novel trilogy's author E.L. James hired The Social Network producers.