Ashton Kutcher has been named by Forbes as TV’s highest paid actor with estimated earnings of $24 million. Despite his TV show Two and a Half Men having a decline in ratings, once his episodes go into syndication Kutcher is expected to earn even more. This is his second year in a row on the list at number one.
After suffering a stroke just over a month ago, comedian Patrice O'Neal passed away yesterday, November 29th.
His agent Matt Frost confirmed the news in a statement, while expressing his gratitude towards Patrice's fans and friends who expressed support as he battled for his life following the stroke on Oct. 19. He states that O'Neal's mother, Gloria, was right by his side until his very last breath. Aside from his later issues with the stroke, Patrice was also 300 pounds and struggled with diabetes for the majority of his adult life.
The hosts of Sirius XM radio show "Opie and Anthony" (and friends of O'Neal) were the first to broadcast the devastating news. Gregg (Opie) tweeted:"Yes, it's true that our pal Patrice O'Neal has passed away. The funniest and best thinker I've ever known PERIOD #devastated." Healso provided a link to a video of his late friend laughing on the radio show and added: "Patrice O'Neal Greatest Laugh EVER."
Why do we even keep this guy around?
Chris Brown, once upon a time, was one of the most popular and kid-friendly music sensations on the planet. The world was his oyster; that is, until that night news spread about the infamous Rihanna beatdown. Now, most ladies (as well as most men) see him as nothing more than an angry, pathetic guy with a lot of issues. And as implied by Rihanna, he also suffers from being not-so-blessed in certain areas down under. Maybe that's why he's always so moody?
Nowadays, Chris Brown seems like a completely different person. He bleached his hair, he cusses more frequently, his once adorable persona has transformed into an angry dude in a class similar to Naomi Campbell and Charlie Sheen...and of course he causes a ruckus almost everywhere he goes. Whether he's yelling at people or throwing objects across the room.
Charlie Sheen's ex-wife, Brooke Meuller, has been spotted carrying a few unconventional items this morning- and she's fresh out of rehab. That's a 'no, no, no' Brooke!
'The World according to Paris' co-star recently completed a 45 day outpatient substance abuse program, crediting best friend Paris for her continued sobriety; these pictures beg to differ. Brooke is sporting the 'walk of shame' chic look, heels and sweats, and what appears to be an aluminum pipe with hand rolled joint-oh my!
It's Charlie Sheen's turn to sit down, shut up for once and listen to other people ramble on about silly stuff. Except sadly, the speakers do not have to dig up much crap to put him on the spot.
The disgraced actor who publicly and officially went, well, nuts this past year is once again getting another chance to expose his special self. Charlie Sheen is getting his very own Comedy Central Roast. Well, the whole world knows he's a maniac, at least now we make Charlie bashing an official hobby.
Former Comedy Central Roast celebrants include Bob Saget, Joan Rivers, Flavor Flav, Jeff Foxworthy, and many others. In general, the show's goal is to showcase the roastees' good sportsmanship despite the incessant jabs at them. Even through nonstop insults, the selected individual must keep calm and collected. Two words that completely describe Mr. Sheen, right?
If you want drama, we've got what you need: The World According to Paris.
Paris Hilton's new show will air on Oxygen and will feature Brooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen's soon-to-be-ex-wife. And according to the socialite, there will be a lot of drama...
"Brooke's an open book," she told People magazine. "She's not afraid to show who she is.""She's not afraid to tell the truth. And as a producer of the show, I love that for TV. I love someone who's not afraid to show everything."
"We've been friends for years. My mom and her are very close, and she's one of my good friends as well." Hilton who is also a good friend of Sheen, said that Brooke was totally ok with them being friends.
The former Two and a Half Men actor came back home empty-handed from the Los Angeles courthouse this morning. The judge refused to award him full custody of his twins Max and Bob and prefers to have the boys stay with soon-to-be-ex-wife Brooke Mueller despite the fact that she just checked herself into rehab - again - for crack problems.
Eyewitnesses told the press that Mueller appeared "unsteady on her feet” and “glassy-eyed” at the court date. Her mom will take care of the kids while she finishes her stint in rehab.
Sheen is already on his way to Washington DC where he'll perform tonight.
Charlie Sheen is not the only one having a tough time these days. His ex-lover adult film actress Kacey Jordan tried to kill herself last night.
Jordan tweeted some suicidal messages last night from her room at the Peninsula Hotel in Chicago. The cops arrived around 6:51 pm and found the actress laying on her hotel room bed with pills, broken glass and bottles of alcohol.
While she was talking to the cops, she grabbed a corkscrew bottle opener and attempted to cut herself while running out of the room.
The police managed to stop her and sent her into custody. She was later taken to the hospital to get a mental evaluation.
People cannot seem to get enough of this warlock!
Charlie Sheen, who has been constantly WINNING this entire month continues to win in record setting times. Tickets to his upcoming April 2nd and 3rd shows,'Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option' in Detroit and Chicago apparently sold out in just 18 minutes, according to TMZ. That is a ticketmaster record! Guess only those with tiger blood can break records!
Sheen has vowed that he will take $1 from each ticket sold and donate the money to the Red Cross in order to help those who suffered from the natural disasters in Japan.
Warner Bros Television announced yesterday that the star has been canned from his leading role on CBS' Two and a Half Men.
"Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen's services on "Two and a Half Men' effective immediately," the company said. "No decision has been made about the future of the show."
Sheen's attorney is planning to sue Warner Bros.
The actor sent a text to People where he wrote, "Put yourself in my shoes for one warlock nanosecond. At some point there is nothing to say. Only war to wage … The winds are howling tonight. The gods are hungry. The beast is alive. And awake. And deadly."
Sheen is due today in family court to battle with ex-wife Brooke Mueller over custody of their twins.