We Won't Get to See the Charlie Sheen Court Room Show
Charlie Sheen still has a lawsuit for $100-million against Warner Brothers and the creator of "Two and a Half Men,", but a judge has ruled the battle will take place behind closed doors. Sheen wanted a public trial, but there is a private arbitration clause in his contract with the studio.
Hef Was Dumped for $500,000?
Hugh Hefner is no longer getting married Saturday, and the "New York Post" is reporting he may have been dumped as a result of his fiance's attempt to make some money. The source says Crystal Harris was shopping a deal for an exclusive interview about her dumping Hef at the altar. Her rep says the reports are not true.
Christina Aguilera Gets $225,000 Per Episode of "The Voice"
If you were making $225,000 an epside, wouldn't you be a little happier? Showbizspy.com has sources who say Aguilera was behaving like a spoiled brat at the last taping of "The Voice." She "didn't wave or say hi to the audience," says a source, "and appeared to be in a horrible mood." "The Hollywood Reporter" says Aguilera makes $225,000 per episode while the other judges earn significantly less at $75,000 per episode. A four judges are expected to be back for another season, but there will be a few changes: more audition shows, more contestant backstory, and a possible tour and album featuring the contestants and the coaches.
John Edwards Not Letting Recent Troubles Get Him Down
This certainly doesn't look like your typical mug shot, but that's what it is. The U.S. Marshal service yesterday released the mug shot of John Edwards, and he's grinning from ear to ear even though he's facing as much as five years in prison for allegedly violating campaign laws.