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  • Jesse James Can't Stop Talking About 'Pretend' Life With Sandra Bullock

    Posted May 15th 2011 at 01:23 PM by Christine Fenno

    Jesse James claims he learned a lot by entering rehab a year ago, when his five-year marriage abruptly ended in a cheating scandal. What he sure didn't learn is discretion -- Sandra Bullock's ex can't seem to stop oversharing in the press, and putting his own motorcycle boot in his mouth. Days ago, James revealed to PopEater that he apologized to Bullock, and she accepted. But did she also give...

  • Five Years Later, Oprah and James Frey to Meet Again

    Posted May 10th 2011 at 05:22 PM by PopEater Staff

    Because one day isn't enough time to confront a guy after you shattered his career into a million little pieces, Oprah Winfrey is setting aside two episodes in her final weeks to interview infamous author James Frey. Frey will sit down with Winfrey on May 16 and 17 and will probably talk about that one time in early 2006 when she called him out for deceiving her and readers with wild tales of...

  • Kelsey and Camille Grammer Reach Deal in Divorce

    Posted Feb 7th 2011 at 02:25 PM by Sarah Crow

    Kelsey Grammer and his soon-to-be ex-wife, Camille, have put their differences aside long enough to begin proceedings on their divorce. A Los Angeles judge has approved the 'Frasier' star's motion to have his divorce from Camille, his wife of 13 years, finalized. The 55-year-old actor, who had attempted to speed up the proceedings so he could marry his new love, 29-year-old Kayte Walsh, by the...

  • Paris v. Lindsay: Similar Crimes, Different Sentences

    Posted Jul 8th 2010 at 08:00 AM by John Mitchell

    Lindsay Lohan isn't a popular person to defend. In fact, her sometimes bizarre behavior and seeming disregard for the law make it downright impossible. And while many were happy to see the long arm of the law finally come down hard on the actress, Lohan's sentence seems particularly harsh -- well, part of it anyway. On Tuesday, Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in jail and a 90-day inpatient...

  • Surveying Cinema's Biggest Franchises

    Posted Jun 19th 2010 at 03:00 PM by Jason Newman

    We're the first to say that Grand Canyon-sized chasms can exist between a film's commercial success and its artistic quality. Still, sometimes the two are not mutually exclusive. With Friday's release of 'Toy Story 3,' Pixar looks to continue their domination with their eleventh consecutive blockbuster, a smart, funny film aimed at both adults and children. We thought it would be a good time...

  • Our 10 Favorite Alec Baldwin 'Saturday Night Live' Bits

    Posted May 14th 2010 at 11:00 AM by Zach Dionne

    Tomorrow night, Alec Baldwin becomes the second person to host 'Saturday Night Live' 15 times, tying his recent Oscar host pal Steve Martin. With a knack for raunchy skits ('Schweddy Balls' or 'Wii Guys,' anyone?), Baldwin has carved an 'SNL' niche so memorable, he nabbed his own 'Best Of' DVD, a rare privilege for non-cast members. In Playboy's profile of the 52-year-old star, the magazine...

  • PopEater Easter Basket: The 10 Best Bunny Rabbits

    Posted Apr 4th 2010 at 08:00 AM by PopEater Staff

    Happy Easter, friends! We'll cut to the chase and give you the cutest, cuddliest, and sometimes weirdest bunny rabbits from across the sands of pop culture. Enjoy with prodigious quantities of Easter candy. After the jump, the 10 best, complete with delightful YouTube clips....

  • 12 Sloshed Celebs Wish You a Happy St. Paddy's Day

    Posted Mar 17th 2010 at 10:32 AM by PopEater Staff

    Celebrities get tipsy just like the rest of us. But it's the rare glimpses into the unfiltered minds of inebriated stars that make us go gaga every time Mariah Carey gets sloshed or David Hasselhoff eats the saddest burger in history. After the jump, the 12 best sauced celebrity moments. Happy St. Patrick's Day. Drink green beer (if you're over 21!), but stay safe and don't end up on YouTube...

  • The Old Spice Man Through The Ages

    Posted Feb 24th 2010 at 02:59 PM by Steven Avalos

    Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably seen Old Spice's new 'The Man Your Man Could Smell Like' commercial -- part of a hilarious campaign that puts the manliness back in body wash, where it rightfully belongs. PEOPLE recently interviewed the devastatingly-charming pitchman, Isaiah Mustafa, who is now enjoying a rise in job opportunities since the commercial's debut earlier...

  • CBS Fighting Super Bowl Nip Slip Fine After Six Years

    Posted Feb 24th 2010 at 10:30 AM by Brooke Tarnoff

    Six years after Janet Jackson's breast made a cameo appearance in a Super Bowl halftime show, a federal appeals court is again debating the merits of an FCC fine once dismissed in 2008. The court convened yesterday to discuss whether fining CBS $550,000 for Jackson's seconds-long exposure was legally permissible, reports the Associated Press. The U.S. Supreme Court asked the lower court to...

  • Actors Who (Sort Of) Secretly Rock

    Posted Feb 18th 2010 at 06:00 PM by Kipp Tribble

    The rocking new persona of Frankie 'Malcolm in the Middle' Muniz should come as a shock to no one - as long as actors have earned a paycheck in Hollywood, there have been some looking for extra work in the musical side of showbiz. Muniz, 24, is now drumming for the unsigned act You Hang Up, and he's in good company. Veteran actors like William Shatner, Hugh Laurie, Russell Crowe and Steve...

  • Will 'X Factor' Crush 'American Idol?' Here's a Brief History of Replacement Programming

    Posted Feb 13th 2010 at 05:20 PM by Oliver Miller

    Television shows have been "jumping the shark" since Fonzi from 'Happy Days' put on a pair of water skis, and... well, jumped over a shark. The phrase has come to signify the precise moment when a TV show reaches the point of no return, and begins its inevitable sad decline. There are many ways to jump the shark, from a famous star leaving the show, to the desperate adding of new characters...

  • And the Award Goes to... Oops?

    Posted Jan 25th 2010 at 02:25 PM by Oliver Miller

    This past Saturday, the Black Eyed Peas showed up at the NRJ Awards (the top music awards show in France), and won the award for best international group. Just one more step in the unending world-wide dominance of the Black Eyed Peas, right? Wrong! The group was actually given the award by mistake. The new winner was announced, to the sound of boos. As the host of the show said, "It happens!"...

  • Gerard Butler in the Clear Over Dustup With Photog

    Posted Jan 6th 2010 at 08:27 AM by PopEater / Wire Services

    A judge has dropped a misdemeanor battery charge against Gerard Butler over a run-in with a photographer after a movie premiere. Superior Court spokeswoman Mary Hearn says the charge was dismissed at a hearing Tuesday after the actor completed community service. Butler could have faced up to six months in jail if convicted. His attorney, Blair Berk, declined to comment. City prosecutors say...

  • Best One-Hit Wonders of the Decade

    Posted Dec 25th 2009 at 06:00 AM by Amy Wilkinson

    With Daniel Powter's 'American Idol' farewell song 'Bad Day,' earning the dubious distinction of Billboard's top one-hit wonder of the decade, we got to thinking of the other blink-and-you-missed-it stars of the aughts-from actors and musicians to authors and reality-show hosts. Their popularity may have fizzled as quickly as William Hung's, but here at PopEater, we'll always remember them for...


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