After getting canned following an altercation with Lindsay Lohan at the Betty Ford Center, employee Dawn Holland was reportedly in a $25,000 deal with the star's camp, reports RadarOnline. Full story here
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"The Way We Were" stars Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford reunited on "Oprah" and gave their first interview together, 37 years after they appeared in the film.
Oprah Winfrey surprised Streisand by bringing Redford out, and the singer/actress greeted her former co-star warmly, wondering why they never did an interview. "Because I never thought I'd get a word in," quipped Redford. Laughing, Streisand responded, "True."
Betty White returns to NBC's hit "Community" -- this time playing an anthropologist with a penchant for odd appetizers and who's conversant in Swahili.
"It could be the hardest thing I've ever had to do, and then I'm eating mealy worms while I'm doing the Swahili. I swear, they wiggle!"
"Extra" sat down with longtime environmental activist Robert Redford for an exclusive interview regarding the Gulf oil spill disaster.
"To me, it was inevitable," Redford told "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli. "It breaks my heart for [the victims]. They did not deserve this."
Herzliche glückwünsche -- that's congratulations in German! A representative from a Hamburg church has confirmed that its pastor married Robert Redford and his girlfriend, Sibylle Szaggars.
Renate Massfeller of St. Catherine Church in Hamburg told AP that Pastor Frank Engelbrecht presided over an intimate ceremony between the actor, 72, and the abstract artist, 51, at the Louis C. Jacob Hotel.
Szaggers, an artist whose work has been featured in galleries around the world, moved to Sundance, Utah in the 1990s -- the location of Redford's Sundance Institute.
Redford was previously married to Lola Van Wagenen from 1958 to 1985. The couple had four children. Their eldest child, Scott, died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome shortly after his birth in 1959.
The late Paul Newman's charity work included the opening of Hole in the Wall camps for children with serious illnesses. Celebrities are honoring Paul's legacy by giving back to support the camps.
Joanna Woodward, Robert Redford and Julia Roberts will host "A Celebration of Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Camps," a star-studded benefit evening in New York City. Other celebrity guests and performers include Jerry Seinfeld, James Taylor, Harry Connick, Jr., Yo-Yo Ma, Art Garfunkel, and Joshua Bell.
Rumor has it that Tom Cruise and John Travolta are going to remake the classic "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," but is it true?
Take aim and fire -- this rumor has been shot down! Cruise's reps tell "Extra" that this report is simply a fabricated story from the British tabloids.
The original "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" starred Hollywood legends Robert Redford and Paul Newman.