This is not an April Fool's Joke. We are not playing. Chris Brown and Rihanna are back together.
People.com is confirming it and even adding they are staying at one of P. Diddy's homes to work it out.
Forget about that March 5th court date next week being craziness. Does this send the message that it is ok to beat your lovers ass and in the end, she will take you back? I am disappointed beyond words. This is not love, this is the whole I can't live without you thing so let's make each other miserable.
I don't know what I am more disgusted with now; that TMZ photo after Rihanna got beat, or this news right now.-Dr.FB
Looks like someone fell asleep in the tanning bed n got goggletan.
Annalynne McCord was out n about last night regardless of goggletan and was still doing her thing. Girls in Beverly Hills, 90210 have it hard, don't they?-Dr.FB
Fitty 50 Cent says in the video above that his CD is now being pushed back because Dr. Dre is mixing Eminem's CD. Hmm. We would say maybe it is getting pushed back because the 1st 2 single's did nothing at radio but we would not want 50 to open up a bottle of Vitamin Water cap on us.-Dr.FB
Actor Jeremy Piven was driven to tears during a New York Times interview where he discussed the mercury poisoning caused by "20 years" of eating fish that forced him to drop out of the Broadway play, Speed-the-Plow. Here is an excerpt:
At a closed-door hearing of the Actors’ Equity Association and the Broadway League on Thursday, Jeremy Piven convinced a group of fellow actors that he did not violate his contractual obligations when he dropped out of the Broadway play “Speed-the-Plow” in December, thereby avoiding potential penalties for a high-profile departure that he attributed to mercury poisoning.
In an interview at The Times’s offices after the hearing, Mr. Piven, the Emmy-winning star of HBO’s “Entourage,” twice broke down in tears as he described a health scare that he said made him exhausted and disoriented during some performances of the play and ultimately left him fearing for his life.
With a publicist seated next to him, Mr. Piven at one point cited the Obama administration’s warning about mercury pollution as a grave threat, and at another point quoted the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – “no lie can last forever” — in expressing confidence that his reputation would survive the attack from the producers.
According to several reports, including this from Elizabeth Snead and the LA Times, Drew Barrymore is in talks to direct Eclipse, the third installment of the Twilight franchise:
What two words should never be used in the same sentence?
Drew Barrymore and “Twilight”
With "Push" star Dakota Fanning and Canadian cutie Bronson Pelletier joining the cast and that pesky rumor still swirling about Vanessa Hudgens' possible role in "New Moon," now comes more “Twilight" news.
EW is reporting that Drew Barrymore may be involved in the third film, “Eclipse.” "Involved" meaning she may direct the whole darn movie.
Read the rest of the article here.
To date, Drew Barrymore has directed one other film, the forthcoming Whip It! starring Ellen Page, and a get-out-the-vote documentary for MTV, Choose or Lose Presents: The Best Place To Start.
I say we give her a shot. I've seen the first Twilight movie. She couldn't do worse.
Megan Fox was seen outside of Brian Austin Green's son's school yesterday. We think the reports of the engagement being off are true, but maybe not the break-up.
Regardless, let's just enjoy looking at Megan after being at the school, shall we?-Dr.FB
Dave Matthews band announced the title of their new CD dropping later this year and it is an alcoholic's dream.
The CD will be entitled Big Whiskey and the Groogrux King. Um, DMB, WTH?
They are not saying anything more about it and no word on how they came up with the title. Something tells me it sure wasn't done when they were sober.-Dr.FB