Supreme Court Rules Against Anna Nicole Smith Estate

Posted Jun 24th 2011 at 10:01 AM by Marc Schneider

The long, sad, and convoluted saga of Anna Nicole Smith versus the estate of her late husband is over. The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled against Smith's estate, which long-argued that she was promised $300 million dollars from oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall, who married the bombshell model when he was 89 to her 26 years. Marshall's will gave his $1.6 billion fortune to his son, and the high court...

'How To Succeed' Stagehand Found Dead of Possible Overdose

Posted Jun 23rd 2011 at 01:30 PM by Marc Schneider

The Daniel Radcliffe-starring musical 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying' will go on with the show Thursday night, a day after their 100th performance was canceled after a stagehand was found dead backstage at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. A 29-year-old man, whose name has not been released, was found dead right before the curtain was about to rise on the hit show, which features a ...

Hugh Hefner Plots TV Special About Getting Dumped

Posted Jun 23rd 2011 at 10:36 AM by Marc Schneider

It didn't take long for Hugh Hefner to move on after getting dumped by Crystal Harris -- he now calls Anna Sophia Berglund his "best girl" -- and the Playboy publisher has announced he's carrying on with a Lifetime special about the wedding, only now instead of witnessing "I Do's," viewers will watch an 85-year-old man get left by a woman 60 years his junior. "The marriage special planned for...

Clarence Clemons Dies, an 'Immeasurable' Loss Says Bruce Springsteen

Posted Jun 18th 2011 at 09:07 PM by Marc Schneider

He was the "Big Man" that Bruce Springsteen leaned on, both figuratively and literally, to provide the soul and heart of the legendary E Street Band. Now, that light has gone out. Clarence Clemons, the larger-than-life sax man in the world's greatest backing band, died Saturday of complications from a stroke suffered last week, a spokesman said. He was 69....

Oprah's Dream Interview: A Confessing O.J. Simpson

Posted Jun 16th 2011 at 04:14 PM by Marc Schneider

Oprah Winfrey is admitting that her OWN channel has gotten off to a bumpy start, but if she lands her desired interview things may start to look up by next year. Winfrey told a cable industry trade show audience in Chicago on Thursday that her "dream" is to take on O.J. Simpson and get the ultimate scoop on her upcoming chat show, 'Oprah's Next Chapter.' "I have a dream of O.J. Simpson confes...

$2.99 to Watch 'Friday'? Paywall Experiment Backfires

Posted Jun 13th 2011 at 05:03 PM by Marc Schneider

UPDATE 6:10 | Internet Wins! 'Friday' is back to being totally free to enjoy. We'll update if/when we get to the bottom of this experiment gone awry. UPDATE 5:16 | The video that started a thousand memes has been removed entirely. Gotta make your mind up. People have clicked "play" on Rebecca Black's 'Friday' video over 165 million times. That's half the U.S. population joining the Califor...

What About Tracy Morgan's Sexist Rant, Witness Asks

Posted Jun 10th 2011 at 11:25 PM by Marc Schneider

EXCLUSIVE: For all the negative press and condemnation Tracy Morgan's anti-gay rant during a Nashville stand-up concert has received, little to nothing has been said about the '30 Rock' star's also-vicious assault on women and their place in society during the same infamous performance. An audience member at Ryman Auditorium on June 3 tells PopEater that Morgan had the audience in stitches until...

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