CNN anchor Don Lemon is fuming at Jonah Hill after they ran into each other in a hotel lobby. According to Lemon, Hill brushed him off as he approached, treating him like "the help." Jonah tweeted at the newsman, "I said hi, what do you want me to do, move in with you? I was in a hurry. Didn't realize you were a 12 year old girl. Peace."
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Are Donald Trump and frenemy Rosie O’Donnell finally burying the hatchet? Trump has been sending Rosie some sweet tweets.
"Extra" has compiled a list of their similarities and mapped out their road to becoming one of "Extra's" top celebrity feuds.
Singer Rihanna was caught on tape, courtesy of TMZ, at the 2012 MTV VMAs moments after Drake, Lil' Wayne and Nicki Minaj accepted their award for Best Hip-Hop video.
As the camera cuts to a close-up of the "We Found Love" singer, she mouths disputable commentary about the group, appearing to say, "I hate these a** h****."
Check out the video.
Singer Elton John doesn’t care much for Madonna. In fact, he thinks “her career is over” and she looks like a “fairground stripper.”
The latest rumor stemming from this week’s intense bar fight between hip-hop stars Chris Brown and Drake is that Drake will be arrested for throwing a bottle – but TMZ reports the rumor is false.
According to a report from the NY Post, a single witness allegedly told cops Drake threw the bottle, which could bring a reckless endangerment charge.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ, however, that the cops have "no suspects, complaints or arrest warrants at this time."
Just days after singer John Mayer slammed ex-GF Taylor Swift for allegedly writing a revenge song about him, the two had an awkward moment in an L.A. bar on Tuesday.
The two were uncomfortably face-to-face at the West Hollywood establishment Tower Bar, reports NY Post. Taylor, 22, walked in and noticed her onetime beau Mayer, 34, was dining with a friend.
What a slippery slope! Actor Stephen Baldwin has taken Kevin Costner to court, claiming the “Hatfield & McCoys” star duped him in a Gulf Coast oil spill cleanup deal.