Last night, Charlie Sheen visited The Tonight Show, in very rare form, to actually come right out and admit how unabashedly nuts he's been over the past year. It's a Sheen we haven't seen in quite some time: he's making coherent sentences, speaking with a degree of humility, talking remorsefully about losing his job...impressive. But, we'll see if it lasts.
Ashton Kutcher appeared on Conan to talk about the intense secrecy surrounding the new season of Two and a Half Men (he says the word "divulge" way too many times), and to inadvertently mention his desire for PCP. I guess that job just does this to people...
Zooey Deschanel joined Jimmy Fallon on Late Night to compete in a game of musical talents (or lack thereof). She may not be able to play the violin very well, but Zooey Deschanel is the most adorable person on the planet.
Finally, Steve Buscemi stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk about how his mother has had to endure watching his death over and over in tons of movies and on The Sopranos.
Last night, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Charlie Day appeared on Conan to talk about the wise philosophy behind fellow Sunny cast member Rob McElhenney's (Mac) choice to gain fifty pounds for the upcoming season. He also mentioned that we would be seeing a Jersey Shore themed episode this year...one showing both the highs and very low lows of the area and its people.
The incredibly likeable Michael J. Fox showed up on The Late Show to offer some rare kind words about Charlie Sheen (seriously, there's no punchline). The video ends with a profound quote about actors in general.
Khloe Kardashian stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to bring up her husband's ill-conceived attempts at prank calls, and her stringent "no whorebags in the house" rule from when her brother was living with her.
Finally, Anna Kendrick visited The Tonight Show to talk about the end of her Twilight career with the upcoming series-ender, Breaking Dawn, and her experience bumping into a couple of people who were not very big fans of the franchise.
Last night, Glee star Chris Colfer showed up on The Tonight Show to FINALLY answer the question, once and for all, about whether he is staying on Glee after Season 3. He also discussed his Emmy nomination and shared his experience in a "downtown" hospital after an exotic dancing-induced injury.
Elijah Wood stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to share a story about meeting a perfectly normal fan in a Quizno's...and then he shared a video of this fan, who turned out to be a lot more passionate than he thought.
Sarah Jessica Parker visited The Late Show to talk about her extremely eventful journey to see the Bolshoi in Russia. It took a lot to get in: she was manhandled, insulted and kissed by a drunken man, may have inadvertently ruined a marriage, and had to really get in touch with her miming skills.
Finally, Marion Cotillard appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to discuss the amazing cast of Academy Award-winning actors in her new film Contagion... and how she didn't get to work with ANY of them.
While you'd normally think that Lady Gaga and Pauly D have absolutely nothing in common, the duo actually share a particularly admirable interest: they are both dedicated to honoring the many lives lost on September 11th, 2001. It seems almost unbelievable that it's almost the tenth anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center and to commemorate the tragedy, celebrities have taken the time to reach out to their many fans and ask that they find ways to give back to their communities. Watch Gaga, Pauly D, and more of your favorite Hollywood stars express their feelings and share what went through their minds on that fateful day in the Public Service Announcement below. And remember, you don't need to be a famous pop singer or reality star to make a difference.
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When the celebrity cast for the upcoming 13th season of Dancing With the Stars was revealed the internet world became abuzz with cries of hate and outrage about the selection of Sonny and Cher's daughter-turned-son, Chaz Bono. The ABC message board became a personal stomping ground for transgender haters, claiming that this was no longer a family show. Chaz, however, seems to be taking the high road and handling it all with grace while trying to ignore all of the negative energy coming his way. The transgender activist stated today in an interview on Good Morning America that, "I really haven't been paying that much attention to it. I think it's a much bigger deal to everybody else than it is to me."
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Bono isn't looking for sympathy or any kind of special treatment during the dance competition. He explains "I'm just a regular guy. All these ideas that children shouldn't watch me, I'm going to be confusing, all this stuff, it's crazy." So much for all those lessons we're supposed to teach our kids about not judging a book by its cover. I guess that's only for when a parent deems it necessary. No matter what, I'm sure he will land on his feet (let's hope literally on this show) since he's used to living in the public eye, having such infamous parents. It's still upsetting though to see how much hate their is in this world. OneMillionMoms.com, an online activism group geared towards mothers, is calling for the boycott of the show and is calling Bono's casting "completely unacceptable and Christians should not watch the show, no excuses!" But Bono challenges these critics stating, "I'd tell them to watch the show and decide after that. It's a dancing show. I'm not there talking about anything other than dancing. People who don't have gender dysphoria aren't going to catch it by watching me dance on television."
Either way, he's got many supporters by his side including his mother who tweeted in defense of her son saying, "lovelies! Chaz is Being Viciously Attacked on Blogs & Message boards about being on DWTS! This is Still America right ? It took guts 2 do it," adding "I support him no matter what he chooses 2do." He's also got the support of his lovely dance partner, Lacey Schwimmer who stated that "I was absolutely thrilled. I've always been a huge supporter of the LGBT community and I couldn't be more excited to have Chaz. Not only is he Sonny & Cher's child but he's also a generally cool person." Even his competitors are showing their support, so he should have a lot of fans throughout the competition and hopefully a lot of votes!
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A lot of things have happened to our Hollywood celebrities this summer: engagements, pregnancies, weddings, births, and break-ups. Of course it's nice to hear happy news has fallen on our favorite stars, but you can't help but find the split stories to be the juiciest and most interesting of them all. Hands down one of the biggest summer surprises came from Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez, who announced they were parting ways after seven years of marriage. It left fans taken aback and confused by this seemingly sudden separation. When did they start having problems? Who made the decision to end it? And more importantly, what was the cause? In an interview with ABC News, Anthony sat down and addressed some of our questions and gave us further details of what happened between him and our favorite diva, J-Lo.
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If you were hoping for a shocking revelation to go with this interview, you were probably disappointed. Anthony claimed the split was simply because their marriage didn't work anymore. He stated, "It was a realization on both our parts. So you know it wasn't shocking. These things happen. It was a decision that we made jointly." And as for the rumors about whether the marriage ended because of infidelity, the singer replied, "absolutely not," adding that "It wasn't something sensationalistic happening." He also went on to say that he will continue to work on the reality show, called Q'Viva! The Chosen, that co-stars his now estranged wife. While it's sad that things didn't work out, Anthony said he's ready to move on and thinks others should do the same: "This is not a funeral. This is not a burial. This is just two people who came together and just realized – and so I'm saying that it wasn't sustainable the way it was, and that's that."
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Remember the Oxygen failed experiment, er, series The World According to Paris? You're not alone, and it looks like there won't be a second season for everyone to forget about, which is a real shocker.
The World According to Paris (not to be confused with The World According to Garp) premiered June 1 to weak ratings that only got weaker. Usually, that means no renewal, and it looks like even Paris Hilton is not immune to the harsh realities of the TV world.
We last heard about The World in July, when Paris left an interview after she was asked about the low ratings. (Scroll down to watch the video.)
The series was touted as an insider's look into the life of one of Hollywood's biggest shouldn't-be stars, but not many people can confirm the details of its premise.
Last night, Anne Hathaway visited The Daily Show to discuss her nerdy pursuits and her two-decade age-range in One Day.
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Louis CK appeared on Conan to discuss his strange version of empathy, to share a dark story about saving his dog's life, and to devalue his success (of course).
Finally, Jimmy Kimmel welcomed Avatar's Zoe Saldana to discuss her successful streak of movies and her poor driving skills.
Last night, Paul Rudd appeared on Conan to discuss his approachability, the ramifications of his all-croissant diet, and the different stages of his Our Idiot Brother beard.
Jeff Bridges visited The Colbert Report to talk about the Lebowski legacy and his new album.
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Finally, Jimmy Kimmel Live! welcomed Joel McHale, who spoke about his traumatizing event from his youth, a close encounter at a Dodgers game, and performing improv for convicted murderers.
Last night, Anne Hathaway visited Conan to discuss filming The Dark Knight Rises her new lifestyle of demanding workouts and samples one of her original raps.
Also on Conan, Jason Momoa showed up to discuss building up sexual frustration and breaking his own nose to properly play Conan the Barbarian.
Finally, Jamie Foxx stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to talk about his suspicions that his African safari was staged, and how it inspired a musical.