The Duchess of York recently opened up to "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli and said, "I would love to find a younger man," when Penacoli recalled he heard Sarah Ferguson was a bit jealous of Demi Moore.
Ferguson added, "I don't want some crusty old bore, it would drive me nuts."
Sarah revealed the description of her perfect man is actually her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, with whom she has not reconciled with. The Duchess said she is not dating and does not see herself remarrying in the future.
Ted Williams -- the homeless man who became a radio-announcing hot commodity for his rich, booming voice -- has just seen his rags-to-riches journey hit a speed bump. He may be headed to rehab.
Williams, 53, made an appearance on Dr. Phil's show Wednesday and admitted he is still drinking. A rep for McGraw told People magazine that the doctor may have convinced Williams to go into rehab.
"If Ted is ever going to get better, he's got to be honest with himself and admit he's addicted to drugs and alcohol," said McGraw. "I've told him it's not going to be easy and it's going to take a lot of hard work. It might be a long journey for him, but this is a big step in the right direction."
The troubled voiceover actor also has a rap sheet that includes theft, robbery, forgery and drug possession. Police were called Monday when Williams was involved in a confrontation with a daughter with whom he recently reunited.
Michael Lohan is defending Dr. Phil McGraw's controversial decision to visit Britney Spears and discuss her troubles with the public.
"I've been in the same position," Michael told "Extra." "He's out trying to reach out to Britney. When someone tries to do something good, there's a negative spin put on it...Some people say he wants the spotlight. He's got all the spotlight he needs on his show...I don't believe it's fair."
Lohan tells "Extra" that he can relate to Dr. Phil's situation, saying, "People slammed me and said it was for press when it's not. You're just trying to do the right thing...We're [Dr. Phil and him] just trying to help people."
As for Britney, "I think she's in a blank space right now," he says. "I think she really needs her family there for her, first and foremost. I believe she needs God in her life...I don't think she's anywhere right now. I think she's lost. Lost in the world."
Lohan's advice to the young star is "to really look within herself and realize she has a great calling and a great blessing....She has the ability to turn this around 100%. And she has to make a commitment to do that. It all begins with her."
Dr. Phil McGraw is being ripped apart for visiting Britney Spears at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center following her standoff with police.
There are reports that Britney didn't know the TV doc would be dropping in, and when he made his visit, she stormed out. In addition, rumors are swirling that Dr. Phil's visit with the troubled star lasted only 15 minutes, and not the hour he is claiming.
Star Jones blasted Dr. Phil's move on NBC's "Today" show this morning, saying Britney doesn't need help from a TV therapist. Instead, she should be seen by "somebody who'll
take care of her," said Star.
Dr. Phil is promising to reveal more about his sit-down with Britney this week on his show. He says his "exclusive visit" with Britney has left him "convinced more than ever" that she is in dire need of medical and psychological intervention.