Charlie Sheen struck back on Thursday at the makers of the hit TV sitcom "Two And A Half Men," suing them for $100 million and claiming they fired him from the show after he criticized producers.
Let's go back to a happier, simpler time, back when Charlie Sheen was known primarily as an actor.
UK pop singer Adele led the U.S. pop album chart for a second week on Wednesday, days after logging a sixth week at No. 1 in Britain.
Lady Gaga's deal to sell a special edition of her upcoming album at Target is now out of range.
Sienna Miller admits her relationship with Jude Law had "run its course".
Lily Allen is embarrassed by her upcoming documentary TV show - which she claims has been "totally sensationalised".
David Beckham says pregnant wife Victoria is doing "great".
A $35 million lawsuit against Paris Hilton which alleged she failed to promote a range of hair extensions has been dropped.
Julianne Moore will play former Alaska governor Sarah Palin in "Game Change," an HBO movie about John McCain's unsuccessful presidential campaign.
Producers of the $65 million Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" delayed its official opening again on Wednesday, and hired a new team to relieve director Julie Taymor of day-to-day duties.
Lady Gaga has threatened to sue a specialist ice cream parlor in London for naming its breast milk ice cream "Baby Gaga".
Katie Price is to battle Victoria Beckham and Dannii Minogue for the title of Celebrity Mum of the Year.