At the start of a press session for ABC Entertainment president Stephen McPherson, the first question came from a 'reporter' with a face that was all too familiar, even if the false name wasn't -- it was Jimmy Kimmel.
Anna Kournikova has been out of the spotlight since leaving professional tennis but she wants her fans to know not much has changed: "I'm not married, not pregnant, didn't have a boob job, and no Botox."
In an interview with FOX News' 'Geraldo at Large', Christie Brinkley's ex-husband said he regretted the affair that ended his marriage and if he had to do it over again, he wouldn't have cheated on the former supermodel.
Josh Brolin, known for his roles in movies such as 'In the Valley of Elah' and 'No Country for Old Men' has been arrested in Louisiana for interfering with police officers responding to a call about a brawl at a downtown bar.
Miss Washington, Elyse Umemoto, has apologized for pictures that show her flipping off the camera, playing beer bong, posing next to a poster for a naked men's night, and suggestively sticking out her tongue for the camera -- most of them while wearing a crown.
Apparently Alex Rodriguez wasn't Madonna's first 'friend' in the major leagues. In an interview with 'Us Weekly' magazine, Jose Canseco says that the 'Material Girl' tried to seduce him and even wanted to have his baby.
Remember when we reported back in December that Jamie Lynn Spears received a $1 million dollar payday for giving 'OK!' magazine the exclusive story on her pregnancy, which included rights to first photos of the baby, and her good 'ol mom tried to deny the report?
Tickets for Bon Jovi's concert in Central Park must be in high demand because even though the event is supposed to be free, that isn't stopping some scalpers from selling the tickets for as much as $1,500 a pair.
The house just passed President Bush's bill to redefine the treatment of detainees. Deep inside the legislation is a provision that gives Bush and others in his administration retroactive immunity against possible warcrimes.
Taking off from his hometown of Bend, Oregon, in a garden chair suspended from more than 150 helium-filled balloons, Kent Couch sailed across the state's high desert and into Idaho where he landed in a field in Cambridge.